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how do you find the median and mode using the Casio fx-82AU?

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See Page 15 of this PDF: http://www.casio.edu.shriro.com.au/products/fx82ausplus/pdf/fx82AU_PLUS%20Manual.pdf
im lost i don't know how to do it lol
I've got the table but theres no option for frequency?

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Try searching online for a video about your calculator. The manual has very specific keystroke instructions for how to perform statistics operations on page 15.
If you cannot enter the frequency independently, you may have to enter each one separately in your list of values.
actuallyy i got it lol :) thanks
The answer to your question is on page 17, and there is an example on page E-17.

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