Find the modes of this data set. If there is more than one mode, write them separated by commas. If there is no mode, click on "No mode."

Find the modes of this data set. If there is more than one mode, write them separated by commas. If there is no mode, click on "No mode."

is there even enough information to answer this question

The mean salary of 5 employees is $34200. The median is $35500. The mode is $36200. If the median paid employee gets a #3800 raise then what is the new mean, median, and mode

21, 34, 29, 48, 35, 44, 41, 28, 19, 43, 35, 38, 41, 47, 20 Give an example of a change in the data where the mode of the data would turn out to be different than the actual mode for the current...

Mean : 21 Median : 13 Mode : 8 Range : 30 Mean Absolute Deviation : 11.9 Please don't make the answer too confusing. Thank you!

I know that the mode is the number that occurs the most, however, in our textbook it says that if each score in the distribution occurs with equal frequency the set has no mode. Confused as...

marks frequency 20to30 5 30to40 9 40to50 13 50to60 ...

i have 34 types of accounting violations, and i want to know which violations can be considered as a fraud, i asked this question to experts by using likert scale questioner, the answers are strongly...

set of data with 1200 numbers is normally distributedwith a mean of 27 and a standard deviation of 4. how many numbers in the data would you expect to be between 23 and 31?

1. Use the data set {5, 21, 21, 25, 30, 40} to find the requested values: a. Mean b. Median c. Mode d. Range e. Standard deviation

1) 64.5 63.5 63.5 65 66 65.5 61 66 64 65 The data above represents the heights, in inches, of a random sample of adult American...

There are 5 participants in a study. All I have are some statistics to find out the individual numbers for the 5 people. The mean is 8, the standard deviation is 4, the mode is 5 and the range is...

Your solution to this problem doesn't make sense according to the definition of modal class. On your resources page http://www.wyzant.com/resources/lessons/math/statistics_and_probability/averages;...

how do i find the mode of 17 17 60 33 14 60 33 42 40

Thequestion is in a 6th grade text book and says use the central tendency

Our math teacher asked us this.

the question is 'work out the mode and median for £170,000 and £18,000' i understand normal mode and median but i dont get how you do it with money