### Chie Measures Of Central Tendency

9:26 PM

Mean
The sum of a set of values divided by the number of values in the set.

Median
The middle number in a set of data after they have been arranged in order.

Mode
The most frequently occurring in a set of data.

Range
The positive difference between the largest and smallest values in a data set.

Here is a great video explaining MMM

### Anylance's Measure of Central Tendency

8:43 AM

Mean

the sum of a set of values divided by the number of values by the number of values sin the set.

Median

the middle number in a set of data after they have been arranged in order.

Mode

the most frequently occurring number in a set of data.

Range
the positive difference between the largest and the smallest values in a data set.

Here is the video about mmm.

### Lance's Measure of Central Tendency

8:31 AM

mean
• put raw data into ascending order
• sum of all data,devided by the number of data
• if you have an outlier it changes the mean

median

• put raw data into ascending order
• find the middle number

• its the best way to find the average of the data if there is an outlier
• if you havetwo middle number you have to add the two middle number and devide it by 2

• put raw data into ascending order
• find the most occuring number
• you can have more than one mode
• you can have no mode
• put raw data into ascending order
• lagrest data minus the smallest data

• if there is a large range check if mean is the best way to find the average

This is the video explaining mmm.

### Leo's Measures of Central Tendency

10:52 PM

Mean

• put raw data into ascending order
• add all numbers to get sum
• divide sum by how much numbers there are
• if you have an outlier it changes the mean
• put raw data into ascending order
• find the middle number
• if there is 2 numbers left add and divide by 2
• if there is an outlier, median is the best way to find the average

• put raw data into ascending order
• most common data
• you can have more than 1 mode
• you can have no mode

Range

• put raw data into ascending numerical order
• largest data minus the smallest data

Here is a great video explaining MMM

### kareel's measures of central tendency

10:23 PM

mean

Put raw data into ascending order
Divide all the sum by how many the data is

Median

Put raw data into ascending order
Median is the middle number
If there is two middle numbers add them up and divide them by 2

Mode

Put raw data into ascending order
The mode is the most common number
you can have more than 1 mode
And no mode at all

Range
Put raw data into ascending order
Large data minus the smallest data

Here Is a video explaining mean, median, and mode

### Elmane's measure of central tendancy

10:14 PM

mean

• add all the numbers together and divide by the amount of numbers you added

median

• middle value

mode

• is the most common # in the data

range

• the least and the most # and subtract it and you'll get the range

here is a video of the MMM!

### MYLES' measure of central tendency

9:42 PM

Mean

- put raw data into an ascending order
- divide by how many data
Median

- put raw data into an ascending order
- find the middle number/data

- there can be 2 datas.

Mode

- the most frequent value of a random variable
- put raw data into an ascending order
- the most common data

- u can have more than one mode, just like the median

Range

- put raw data into an ascending order
- find the largest and smallest number
- subtract the smallest to the largest number

### Frank's Measure of Central Tendency

9:42 PM

Mean

• put raw data in ascending order

• divide the sum by how many datas there are

Median

• put raw data in ascending order
• median found as the middle number

• if two numbers are in the middle

• add those two numbers up

• and then divide by 2

• put raw data in ascending order

• most common data(data that appears more often)

• you can have more than 1 mode

• you can have no mode at all

Range

• put raw data in ascending order

• largest data minus the smallest data

Video about mean, median and mode

### Simran's Measure of Centeral Tendency

9:39 PM

Mean
• the average of a set of data
• add all the data, then divide by how many numbers there are
Median
• the middle number in a set of data
• the data has to be in ascending order
Mode
• the most common number
• you can have more than 1 mode
• you can have no mode

Range
• largest number minus the smallest
• put the raw data into ascending numerical order
This is a video explaining mean, median and mode

### Vikram's Measure of Central Tendency

7:39 PM

Mean -

• Add the set of data
• Divide by how many numbers are in the set of data

Median - The numbers arranged in ascending order and cut off from each side till only one number from the set of data remains.
If there are 2 median you just add them up and divide them by 2.

Mode - The most Common number
• There can be more then 1 mode
• There can be no mode

Range
- The greatest number subtracted from the lowest number

### Shaneille's Measures Of Central Tendancy

7:34 PM

Mean

• Put raw data into ascending order

• The sum of all the data divided by the number of data
Median

• Put raw data into ascending order

• the middle number
Mode

• Put raw data in ascending order

• The most common data

• You can have more than 1 mode

• you can have no mode

Range

• put raw data into ascending order

• the largest data minus the smallest data

Here Is a video explaining mean median and mode

### Kristin's Measure of Central Tendancy

7:24 PM

Mean

• put raw data into ascending order

• sum of all data divided by the number of data

3.8 is the mean

Median
• put raw data into ascending order
• the middle number

Mode

• put raw data into ascending order
• the most common number
• there can be more than one mode
• there can be no mode

Range
• put raw data into ascending order
• positive difference between the lagest and smallest number

Here is a video explaining Mean, Median, and Mode

### Carlos' Measure of Central Tendency

7:11 PM

put raw data into an ascending order , add all data and divide the sum of all data by the
number of data

Median

put r
aw data into an ascending order , find the middle number.

Mode

the
most common number, you can have more than 1 mode and you can have no modes.

put raw data into ascending order , find the lowest and the largest number , then minus then minus the smallest data to the largest data

Heres a great video explaining MMM