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how do you find mean median mode and range

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  1. anonymous
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    do u knw hw to fnd the average?

  2. anonymous
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    not really

  3. anonymous
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    lets say u a given 3,4,6 then the average is (3+4+6)/3 which is also the mean

  4. anonymous
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    sum/n

  5. anonymous
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    You can R a free stat programing language Mode is the most frequent value Range is biggest- smallest Mean is average Median is the value that puts 1/2 of the values bellow it and 1/2 of the values above it. If you have odd numbers of observation then then median is the value of that decides the sample right in the middle. If you have even number of observations then sum the middle two values and decide by 2 to get the median

  6. anonymous
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    Mean= the average Median=is the middle number when the numbers are in order from smallest to largest Mode= The number listed the most Range= Biggest number-smallest number

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    r u ther?

  8. anonymous
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    tnx

  9. anonymous
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    u guys helped a lot

  10. anonymous
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    Yor Welcome

  11. anonymous
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    hey

  12. anonymous
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    supppp

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