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Q: What is the mean range median and mode for 1 9 7 8 8 4?

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

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

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

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

Mean: 3.857 Median: 3 Mode: 1, 3, 6 Range: 6

Median: 3 Mode: 1 Range: 6

Mean= 5,9,6,6,1,1,8,4 = (1,1,4,5,6,6,8,9)/8 = 5 Median= (5+6)/2 =5.5 Mode= 1 ans 6. Range= (9-1) = 8

The outlier is capable of affecting mean median mode and range it affects mean because the average has changed if affects median because you have to cross out 1 more letter it doesn't affect mode it does affect range because an outlier is a number that i far away from the other numbers * * * * * It does not affect the median.

Mean = 2.125 Median = 1.5 Mode = 1 and 2.

The mean, median, mode and range to this data set are:Mean = 4Median = 3Mode = 1, 2Range = 8

The range is the difference between the largest number and smallest number; 1,4,7,12 - range is 12-1=11 Range is 11. The mode is the most frequent occurring number; 1,1,1,4,6,7, - mode is 1. Median is the halfway point between the numbers; 1,2,4,5,8,9,10 - median is 5. Mean is the 'average' of the set of numbers - 1+2+3+4=10/4=2.5

They quick answer is YES!Here is an example.Before we begin let quickly recap what the we mean by "mean", "median", "mode" and "range":[MEAN] - The sum of all the values, divided by the total number of values.[MEDIAN] - The middle value when the data is arranged in numerical order.[MODE] - The most common value in a data set.[RANGE] - The difference between the highest and lowest values in the set.If we had the following numbers 1, 2, 2, 2, 3,The [MEAN] would be: TWO= 1+2+2+2+3/5 = 10/5 = (2)The [MEDIAN] would be: TWO= 1 2 (2) 2 3 = (2)The [MODE] would be: TWOThe most common value is (2)The [RANGE] would be: TWOrange = (highest - lowest) = (3-1) = (2)Therefore; Mean, Median, Mode and Range = (2)So the Mean, Median, Mode and Range can all be the same number![Answered by F:A:W:B:Y] - (As always, glad to help)

Mean: 19 and 1/6 Median: 20 There is no mode.

First put them in ascending order. 1, 5, 7, 9, 9, 12, 14, 15, 18 Mean is 10 Median is 9 Mode is 9 Range is 17

The mean is 21 and 1/3 The median is 22 The mode is 24

The mode and the median are 365. The mean is 365.2425.

The range is the spread of data - the largest number minus the smallest. The mean, mode and median are types of average. The mean is the sum of the numbers divided by the number of numbers (e.g. the mean of 1, 1, 3, 5 and 8) is 3.6). The mode is the number that appears most often (1 for the previous example). The median is the 'middle number'. To work it out, place the numbers in order from lowest to highest. If the number of numbers is odd, the median is the number in the middle (3 for the given example). If the number of numbers is even, the median is the mean of the two middle numbers (e.g. for 1, 1, 3 and 5, the middle numbers are 1 and 3 so the median is 2). The mean and median often are similar but the mode is often greatly different to the two other averages.

mode- 5 median- 5 mean- 4.8

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.

For 4 1 2 8 2 3 1 7 1 9 8:Mean = 4.18Median = 3Mode = 1Range = 8

From the number set 1, 2, 3, 4, I can tell that the range is 3, The mean is 2.5, the median is 2.5, yet there is absolutely no mode.

Mean = 28626Median = 11.5 There is no mode.

The mean is 4.25, the median is 3.5 and the modes are 1 and 2.

Mean = 21.6 Median = 19.5 Mode = 20 and 21 ------------------------------------------------------------------------ If the "2 1" (between 18 and 20 at the end) is supposed to be "21" then Mean = 26 Median = 20 Mode = 20

(1, 5, 97, 99, 100, 100) The mode is 100. The median is 98. The mean is 67.