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    I have this set of numbers, and the mode is where the number occurs more than once right? the numbers are 13,354, 12,450, 8,300, 9,705, 5,115, 5,106, 9,300, 11,245, 19,652. There is no same number that occurs more than once so there would be no mode right? thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by fulloflove35 View Post
    I have this set of numbers, and the mode is where the number occurs more than once right? the numbers are 13,354, 12,450, 8,300, 9,705, 5,115, 5,106, 9,300, 11,245, 19,652. There is no same number that occurs more than once so there would be no mode right? thanks
    The mode is the number that occurs most often. So there's no mode.

    However, if you divided the data into classes, there may be a modal class ....
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