Q: Maximum18 mode 7 median 12 range 13 data set of 12 numbers what is it?

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

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Yes. They must have a range and median. They may or may not have a mode.

The mode, median, and range of a single data point such as 65 are all the data point itself, 65 in this instance.

Arrange the data in increasing order and count the number of data points = N. Find the integer K = N/2 or (N+1)/2. The Kth number in the ordered set is the median. Now consider only the numbers from the smallest to the median and find the median of this subset. This is the lower quartile = Q1. Then consider only the numbers from the original median to the largest. Find the median of this subset. It is the upper quartile = Q3. Then IQR = Q3 - Q1

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

The range of a data set is the difference between the largest and smallest number in your set of data. Median is the number that comes in the middle. 54, 55, 56 has a range of 54-56 and a median of 55. The set 53, 55, 57 has a median of 55 also!

4 4 6 6 10

Yes. They must have a range and median. They may or may not have a mode.

The mode, median, and range of a single data point such as 65 are all the data point itself, 65 in this instance.

Mean: Add all of the numbers in the data set, then divide by the amount of numbers in the set of data. Median: Order the numbers from least to greatest and find the middle number. If there is more than one number in the middle, add the 2 numbers together, then divide by two. Mode: To find the mode, look for the number that appears most in the data set. If there is a tie, write them both down. Range: To determine the range, subtract the smallest number to the biggest number.

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.

If 10122418142622 are all single digits, then the median is the lowest and the highest of the range of data. Which is 0 and 8

Arrange the data in increasing order and count the number of data points = N. Find the integer K = N/2 or (N+1)/2. The Kth number in the ordered set is the median. Now consider only the numbers from the smallest to the median and find the median of this subset. This is the lower quartile = Q1. Then consider only the numbers from the original median to the largest. Find the median of this subset. It is the upper quartile = Q3. Then IQR = Q3 - Q1

the median and mode are but the mean is not

The Inter-quartile range is the range of the middle half of the data. It is the difference between the upper and lower quartile.Example: 35,80,100 110,120,120,170,180.The Inter-quartile range would be 145-90 or 55To find the interquartile range, you:1) Arrange the data in numerical order.2) Then find the median of the data sets.3) Find the median of the top half and bottom half. (of the set of numbers)4) The groups you now have are "quartiles"5) Find the interquartile range. (subtract the smaller range from the range)