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Q: When the median and mean are substantially different what does that tell you about the data?

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If a data set consists of 1000 different values can the mean and the median be the same

No, not all data sets have a mode but all data sets have a mean and median.

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

well because in the mean you have to add them and its different from the median and the mode

You can estimate the median and the mean.

The median is used when reporting ordinal data.

The mean will increase substantially. The median may increase slightly or substantially - depending on how many observations are in the central values of the distribution. The mode should not change at all.

the median and mode are but the mean is not

Yes.

what do you mean by data handling define mean mode median

The population data may be skewed and thus the mean is not a valid statistic. If mean > median, the data will be skewed to the right. If median > mean, the data is skewed to the left.

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