46 thoughts on “Mean, Median, Mode, and Range – How To Find It!”

  1. I always wonder why you can't just have two medians. Let me show what I mean with an example like:
    1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
    Obviously 3 and 4 are the middle numbers but instead of adding them together and then dividing by 2, why don't we just say 3 and 4 are the medians?

  2. Statistics and Probability is easy because you just have to find the mean, median, mode, and also range in the data set and Its easy It can be found in data analysis and all the other data stuff you could learn it in 5th grade which is intermediate which means between elementary and middle school or all the other grades (not elementary) and its easy and fun to do or learn it.

  3. Median

    For an data set R the median m is defined as follows :
    Prob(x<=m) =1/2
    Where x is a data point in R
    When R is a continuous distribution m is unique
    Now consider the data set

    1, 2, 3, 4
    The median m satisfies

    2<= m<3
    e. g. 2.4 is a median.

    The median only needs to have one half of the data set less than or equal to its value. It is common practice to use the mean of two central data points when the number of discrete data points in a discrete set is even without loss of generality

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