The median would not change, but the mean would increase.
Well, there is no telling if the mean and median are the same. It can be, but most of the time it's not. You can't tell, but I am only in 5th grade, so I might be wrong.
That would provide some evidence that the distribution is symmetric about the mean (or median).
The mean deviation from the median is equal to the mean minus the median.
mean= is when you add the things together and divide them by the amount median= the middle number mode=the most often mo = most often
An outlier will pull the mean and median towards itself. The extent to which the mean is affected will depend on the number of observations as well as the magnitude of the outlier. The median will change by a half-step.
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
who discovered mean median and mode
Mean, Median and Mode. They are three kinds of averages.
I use it in class when looking at my student's scores... Often I look at mean, median, and mode to decide to reteach a concept or not.
mean = 19.833... median = 19.5 mode = 19
The mean is better than the median when there are outliers.