Q: Which of the following is not an average mean median mode or range?

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median= 4&3 range=3 mode= no mode

Range = 47 Median = 70 Mode = 72 Mean = 68

mean= 2, mode= 1 and 3, median= 3, and range= 2

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.

mean: 60 median: 56.5 mode: 56 range: [48,75]

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In statistical analysis, the range is the lowest to highest score. The median is the exact middle, and the mean is the numerical average.

median is the middle number mean is average mode is most median is middle range is high - low

The mean is the average, the median is the middle, and the range is the difference between largest and smallest number. These terms are generally used in math.

The outlier is capable of affecting mean median mode and range it affects mean because the average has changed if affects median because you have to cross out 1 more letter it doesn't affect mode it does affect range because an outlier is a number that i far away from the other numbers * * * * * It does not affect the median.

mean: 104.4 median: 104 mode: 104 range: 5

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.

mean = 270 divided by 5 = 54 median = 45 mode = 45

Mean = 12 Median = 9 Range = 12

Mean: 71 Median: 67.5 Mode: None Range: 28

The median is less effected by outliers or numbers far outside of the normal range than the mean. See related link.

Mean: 4.2 Median: 2 Mode: 1 Range: 8