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# Range mean median mode

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. Study guides

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Range means finding the difference between the highest number in a set of numbers and the lowest.

Mean means dividing the total of a set of numbers by the number of numbers there are

Mode means the most frequent number.

Median is the number in the middle. To find the median you have to first order the numbers from lowest to highest. Range = greatest number of set - smallest number of set

Median= arrange data in number order and find the middle number of set, if there are an even number of values find the middle of the 2 middle numbers

Mode= most often occurring value

Mean= average of data set Yes, they are statistical terms.

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