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

the mean is where you add all the numbers then divide by the number of numbers the median is when u write all the numbers in order then find the one in the middle and the mode is the most common one. the range is the smallest number subtracted from the largest number.

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.

Mean is another word for average. you can find the mean by adding all the numbers and dividing them by how many numbers there are. median is the number in the middle of a line of numbers. you line up all the numbers in ascending (going higher) order and cross off one number on the end each time. mode is the number most often repeated in the numbers. range is the difference between the highest and lowest number. to find the range you subtract the lowest number from the highest number.

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What Five Numbers have a range of 5 a median of 16 and a mean of 15

Mean: 11 Median: 11 Mode: 4 Range: 18

Mathematically, the average is the sum of all values, divided by the number of values there are. This is known as the arithmetic mean. The Mode is the most common value in a list. This is good when there is a lot of repetition and you want to find the most common value. So you count the amounts of each individual number and the one that most commonly occurs is the mode. If more than one number occurs most often, then there is no mode. The Median is the middle value when all are arranged in numerical order, or the number halfway between the two middle values. This is useful when there is a value that is very different to all the others in your set. See the related question below. The range is the difference between the highest and lowest value. This shows how much of a spread there is in the values in your set.

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 is where you add all the numbers then divide by the number of numbers the median is when u write all the numbers in order then find the one in the middle and the mode is the most common one. the range is the smallest number subtracted from the largest number.

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.

in solving numbers

No!(example) 1336578688(in order) 1335667888The range is when you find the difference between the lowest and highest numberThe range of these numbers:- 7The mean is when you add up all the numbers and divide the total by the amount of numbers there isThe mean of these numbers:- 55The mode is the highest occurring numberThe mode of these numbers:- 8The median is the middle number (if two different numbers the number in the middle)The median of these numbers:- 6

mean: 104.4 median: 104 mode: 104 range: 5

3,6,7,9,13,16

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