Jonathan's measures of Tendency

Monday, September 29, 2008


First you put the data in ascending order then you take a number off the left side and the right side. Keep doing this until there is two or one number left.If there is only one number left that is your mean. If there is two numbers left then you add them up and divide by two to find the median.


To find the mean you have to add up all the numbers and divide by how many numbers there are.


Finding the mode is simple.All you have to do is find the most common number in the set of data.


To find the range you have to put the data in asceding order and then subtract the lowest number from the highst number


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