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All sets of 3 consecutive numbers will have the same mean and median

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When you have a consecutive numbers will the mean and median always be the same?

If there are an odd # of consecutive numbers, they will. If there are an even # of numbers, the mean will be halfway between the two medians.


Can mean and median ever have the same value?

Yes because if the numbers are all the same they can be both mean and median but they do not have to be the same.


What is the median of 25343123222628 and 35?

The median of 2 numbers is the same as their mean.So, median = (25343123222628 + 35)/2 = 12,671,561,611,331.5The median of 2 numbers is the same as their mean.So, median = (25343123222628 + 35)/2 = 12,671,561,611,331.5The median of 2 numbers is the same as their mean.So, median = (25343123222628 + 35)/2 = 12,671,561,611,331.5The median of 2 numbers is the same as their mean.So, median = (25343123222628 + 35)/2 = 12,671,561,611,331.5


What is the median between 21 and 24?

The median of two numbers is the same as their mean. In this case, 22.5


What is the median of 69 and 78?

The median of 2 numbers is the same as their mean, which is (69 + 78)/2 = 73.5


There are 5 single digit number there mean median and mode are the same what are the numbers?

They could all be the same number, e.g. 55555 (mean=median=mode=5) or they could be three numbers the same, with an equal space between the first two and the last two, e.g. 24446 (mean=median=mode=4). For the mode to be well-defined, some of the numbers have to be the same.


Find 5 numbers that have the same Mean Median and Mode?

1,2,2,2,3


Multiple values for the same set of numbers mean median or mode?

Any set of numbers can have only one mean and only one median but it can have as many modes as it has values.


How do you find the median of 3 numbers with 2 of those numbers being the same?

The median of that would be any of the two numbers that are the same.


What happens when you are left with two numbers of the same value how do you work out the median?

If the two numbers are the same value, then that is the median.


What if the data set was even and the numbers were the same for the median?

You then add the two middle ones and divide by two to get the median. If the numbers are the same then that is your median.


What are median of 9?

The mean, median, and mode of a single number is that same number. Note that terms such as "mean" and "median" are usually only interesting for a larger set of numbers.


imagine that you have a bag filled with 9 numbers. the mean and the median of the numbers in the bag are both 6. you draw a number out of the bag. it is 4. you replace it with a 1. does the mean of the numbers in the bag get bigger, about same, or smaller?

About the same


Do the mean median and mode of a collection of numbers always have to be different?

No, in a normal distribution they are the same.


What is the median of 65 and 90?

The median of 65 and 90 is the same as their mean: 77.5The median of 65 and 90 is the same as their mean: 77.5The median of 65 and 90 is the same as their mean: 77.5The median of 65 and 90 is the same as their mean: 77.5


What is the median of 21 and 39?

As there are only two numbers, the median is the same as the mean. So by adding the numbers and dividing by 2 or finding the number halfway between the two, we get 30, which is the answer.


What if you have two of the same numbers as the median?

It does not matter. Both are [or either is] the median.


How can two data sets with different numbers have the same mean median and mode?

(10,10,30,30,30,50,50) (20,20,30,30,30,40,40) These two sets have the same mean, median and mode.


What set of seven numbers have the same mean median and mode?

seven (7,7,7,7,7,7,7)


Can the median and mean be different?

Yes they can. That is why we have them. We would not need both if they always gave the same value. A mean is the total of numbers divided by the amount of numbers. A median is the middle value in the list when it is in numerical order. Usually they are similar, but not always the same. If there is an extreme number, much different than all the others, then the mean and median will be very different. Take 1, 3, 4, 7, 900. 4 is the Median. 183 is the mean. 183 is not very representative of the set, which is why a median actually works better here.


How do find the median of four numbers that are not the same?

You would add the two numbers in the middle and divide them by two and the answer would be the median.


What is the median of 80 and 81?

It is 80.5, the number halfway between them. Median means "half of the numbers are above and half are below". With only two numbers we just split the difference. In this case the Median and the Mean are the same number - but this is not always the case. If our numbers were 80, 80, 81, 83, the Median would still be 80.5 but the Mean would be 81.


What is the median of 43 and 38?

It is 40.5, the number halfway between them. Median means "half of the numbers are above and half are below". With only two numbers we just split the difference. In this case the Median and the Mean are the same number - but this is not always the case. If our numbers were 43, 38, 33, 46 the Median would still be 40.5 but the Mean would be 40


When you calculate mean is the answer same when the same data is calculated by median?

No. The mean and median are not necessarily the same. They will be the same if the distribution is symmetric but the converse is not necessarily true. That is to say, a distribution does not have to be symmetric for the mean and median to be the same. For example, the mean and median of {1, 1, 5, 6, 12} are both 5 but the distribution is NOT symmetric.


What if the median is 2 numbers and they are the same?

then you put that number

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