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mode in maths means most common number (usually in a sequence) kofie2468

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In any given set, the mode is the number that appears most often. If no number appears more frequently than any other, there is no mode. Ex. (10, 17, 20, 45, 68) This set has no mode.

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mode in maths means most common number (usually in a sequence) kofie2468

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The mode is the most frequently appearing number in a set of data.

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In maths it is the highest number in a sequence :)

The number that is most used.

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As they all have a frequency of 1, there is no mode [average].

The mode is the number that appears most often in a sequence. Example: 2222222222434389382222948749387 In that sequence, 2 would be the mode.

the modal/mode in maths is like the average, getting it by adding all pieces of data and dividing on how many there are

The definition of mode regarding to maths is basically a number that appears most in a series of numbers for example 2,3,6,3,2,3 the mode number would be 3 because there is three 3 two 2 and one 6.

a mode is the number that occurs the most. EXAMPLE: 23,24,67,88,90,89,24,25,24 You see that there is three numbers of 24. then 24 is your answer.

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