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What is the mode or modes of the data set? stem-and-leaf plot A. 30 B. 25 and 30 C. 25 D. 15 and 30

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    the mode is the number that appears the most times

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    i think it is fifteen and thirty because the both can be divided by 5 but 25 does 2 so I dont know

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    *does too

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    The answer is A because 30 is shown up 3 times in the chart and it's the most times which makes it the mode.

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