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18. Define three measures of central tendency. Use complete sentences.
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Define three measures of central tendency. Use complete sentences.
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i didnt need you to write it again i dont understand how to do this problem, i have to solve and graph each inequality
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The following may be applied to individual dimensions of multidimensional data, after transformation, although some of these involve their own implicit transformation of the data. Arithmetic mean – the sum of all measurements divided by the number of observations in the data set Median – the middle value that separates the higher half from the lower half of the data set Mode – the most frequent value in the data set Geometric mean – the nth root of the product of the data values Harmonic mean – the reciprocal of the arithmetic mean of the reciprocals of the data values Weighted mean – an arithmetic mean that incorporates weighting to certain data elements Distanceweighted estimator – the measure uses weighting coefficients for xi that are computed as the inverse mean distance between xi and the other data points. Truncated mean – the arithmetic mean of data values after a certain number or proportion of the highest and lowest data values have been discarded. Midrange – the arithmetic mean of the maximum and minimum values of a data set. Midhinge – the arithmetic mean of the two quartiles. Trimean – the weighted arithmetic mean of the median and two quartiles. Winsorized mean – an arithmetic mean in which extreme values are replaced by values closer to the median.:)
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that the answer
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http://stattrek.com/descriptivestatistics/centraltendency.aspx?Tutorial=Stat
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