They quick answer is YES!
Here is an example.
Before we begin let quickly recap what the we mean by "mean", "median", "mode" and "range":
[MEAN] - The sum of all the values, divided by the total number of values.
[MEDIAN] - The middle value when the data is arranged in numerical order.
[MODE] - The most common value in a data set.
[RANGE] - The difference between the highest and lowest values in the set.
If we had the following numbers 1, 2, 2, 2, 3,
The [MEAN] would be: TWO
= 1+2+2+2+3/5 = 10/5 = (2)
The [MEDIAN] would be: TWO
= 1 2 (2) 2 3 = (2)
The [MODE] would be: TWO
The most common value is (2)
The [RANGE] would be: TWO
range = (highest - lowest) = (3-1) = (2)
Therefore; Mean, Median, Mode and Range = (2)
So the Mean, Median, Mode and Range can all be the same number!
[Answered by F:A:W:B:Y] - (As always, glad to help)
The mean, median and mode of a single number is the number itself. The range is 0.
median is the middle number
median= 4&3 range=3 mode= no mode
The mean is 1226.75. The median is 508. There is no mode, as each number is different.
median is the middle number mean is average mode is most median is middle range is high - low
because the range is Just the biggest - the smallest the mode is the most often number that comes out at least twice and median is the middle number
Range: maximum number minus the minimum number Mode: The number that occurs the most Median: the middle number
Range is finding the difference in the highest number and the lowest number in a set of numbers
Mean: 71 Median: 67.5 Mode: None Range: 28
Mean is the average of a set of numbers. Median is the number in the middle when arranged in numeric oder. The mode is the most frequently used number in a set.
the median is number in the middle and range is the difference between the greatest and least number and the mode is the number that repeats the most
the mode is the number that appears the most the mean is when you add up all of the numbers and divide the sum by how many numbers there are the median is the central number