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Q: Can the range and the mode be the same number?

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Have only one number in your data set. Because the range would take the highest and lowest numbers, the only way for the range to be all the same number is if you have only number in the set. With only one number, the mean, median, and mode will all be the same number as well.

Range: maximum number minus the minimum number Mode: The number that occurs the most Median: the middle number

The mean, median and mode of a single number is the number itself. The range is 0.

the median is number in the middle and range is the difference between the greatest and least number and the mode is the number that repeats the most

the mode of the three numbers is the highest number isn't seven and the range is 4

then there is no mode

The range of a single number is 0.The mode, median, maximum and minimum of a single number is the number.

In any given set, the mode is the number that appears most often. If no number appears more frequently than any other, there is no mode. The range is obtained by subtracting the smallest number from the largest.

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Mean = average of a set of numbers Median = the middle number in a set, when the numbers are arranged from least to greatest Mode = the most frequently occurring number in a set Range = the difference of the greatest number in a set minus the least number in the same set.

The modes is the number which occurs most often. The range is the biggest number - the smallest number. The only way to have a mode of 10 and a range of 8, is to have the two numbers be 10 and 2. The numbers are different so each is a mode and the range is 10-2-8. Note, 2 is also a mode in the set {2,10}.

because the range is Just the biggest - the smallest the mode is the most often number that comes out at least twice and median is the middle number

Range is finding the difference in the highest number and the lowest number in a set of numbers

Yea

What four numbers have a range of 8, and has the same mean and mediun

the mode is the most common number. the median is the middle number in a squence (make sure you put the sequence in size order). the range is where you take the smallest number and subtract it from the largest number in the sequence.

Mode: 2 Range: 7

Maximum is the highest number in a set of data. Mode is the number that occurs the most So they're not the same thing.

median is the middle number

Its range, median, and mode.Range is the distance between the two farthest numbers out.Median is the middle number.And mode is the number that appears the most.

Each number is a mode. You have a multimodal distribution and the mode is a useless measure is such cases.

While the median is the middle number in a data set, and the mode is the number that appears most in that set. The range is the difference between the smallest and biggest number in your set. For example, in the set 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 5, 8, the median is 4, the mode is 5, and the range is 8 minus 1 or 7.