Q: What are some numbers that the mean is bigger than the median and the median is greater than the mode?

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Arrange the numbers from smallest to greatest. The mean of the middle two numbers is the median.

All sets of 3 consecutive numbers will have the same mean and median

the median and mode are but the mean is not

It is then the [arithmetic] mean of the two number. The sam applies if you have 6 numbers. The median is the mean of the 3rd and 4th numbers (in order).

The median is the middle number when the numbers are listed in order; if there is an even number of numbers, the median is the mean of the middle two. 35,380 - two numbers - two is even, therefore median is the mean of the middle two, ie the mean of 35 and 380: median = (35 + 380) ÷ 2 = 207.5

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The median is the middle number. To find the median, you need to put all of the numbers in order. The one in the middle is the median. If there are two middle numbers, you divide the bigger number by the smaller number.

No because the mean is the highest numeral and the median is the middle numeral of the set of numbers so it is tecnictly impossible, but if you are using decimals, the median could get pretty close to the mean, but never higher.

The mean and the median are both involved with a set of numbers. The mean refers to the average of the numbers. The median refers to the middle number of the numbers

When a distribution is skewed to the right, the mean is greater than median.

mean is the average of a bunch of numbers. the median is the middle number of the bunch. if the bunch has an even amount of numbers, you average the middle 2 numbers to get the median.

Arrange the numbers from smallest to greatest. The mean of the middle two numbers is the median.

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mean * * * * * Either can be bigger.

I am guessing you are asking for an example of a set of numbers with these properties. Let's start with 5 numbers, so the median will be the middle number; say 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. The median is 3, but so is the mean. Now let's replace the 5 with 10. The median is still 3, but the mean is 4. To make the mode less than 3, let us change the 2 into a 1. Now the median is still 3, the mode is 1, and the mean is 3.8. So 1, 1, 3, 4, 10 will work.

Yes.

All sets of 3 consecutive numbers will have the same mean and median

the median and mode are but the mean is not