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Q: How is the range different from the mean median and mode?

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median= 4&3 range=3 mode= no mode

The mean is 1226.75. The median is 508. There is no mode, as each number is different.

Mean: 71 Median: 67.5 Mode: None Range: 28

Mean: 4.2 Median: 2 Mode: 1 Range: 8

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Prior to the introduction of 170, the mean, median, mode and range did not exist since there were no numbers at all. Once 170 is introduced, it becomes the mean, median and mode. The range is zero.

The mean and the median of the two numbers, 12107 and 1115 are 6611.There is no mode. The range is 10992.

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

Mean: 4.2 Median: 2 Mode: 1 Range: 8

Mean: 16 Median: 17 Mode: 13 Range: 6

No, it does not

mean,median,mode and range.

median is the middle number

Mean 5 Median 7.5 Mode 5 Range 4

Range = 47 Median = 70 Mode = 72 Mean = 68

mean= 2, mode= 1 and 3, median= 3, and range= 2

Range: 25 Mean: 10 Median: 11 Mode: 11, 1

median=6 mode=4 range=14

Range: 7 Mean: 5.2 Median: 5 Mode: 2

Range: 8 Median: 7.5 Mode: 8

Mean = 61.857142... Median = 57 Mode = 56 Range = 27

Mean = 11 Median = 11 Mode = 4 Range = 18

Range: 34 Mean: 21.71 Median: 15 Mode: 10