hi, i need to know what the mean, median, mode and range would be for this table. could you explain how you got your answers so i understand! Attachment 15975

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- Mar 19th 2010, 07:12 AMandyboy179mean, median, mode and range
hi, i need to know what the mean, median, mode and range would be for this table. could you explain how you got your answers so i understand! Attachment 15975

- Mar 19th 2010, 09:00 AMRogueDemon
**Mode**

The x value of 10 has the highest frequency (11). Therefore, the mode is 10.

**Mean**

To find the mean, a new set of values must be added to the frequency table. This set of values will be called "x * Frequency". In this set of values, the values equal to x multiplied by the frequency. So the values are: 30, 42, 16, 63, 110.

The mean can then be calculated using the formula:

(Rounded 1 decimal place)

Therefore the mean is 8.4.

To find the mean, first add up all the frequency values.__Median__

Because the number (31) is odd, the median is at the 16th position.

To find out the 16th position, add up the frequencies as follows:

x: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

F: 5, 6, 2, 7, 11

P: 5, (5 + 6)= 11, (11 + 2) = 13, (13 + 7) = 20, (20 + 11) = 31

The 16th position is after the 13th position and before the 20th position.

Therefore the median is 9. - Mar 19th 2010, 09:07 AMandyboy179
- Mar 19th 2010, 09:16 AMRogueDemon
The range of x can be calculated as follows:**Range**

Therefore the range of x is 4. - Mar 20th 2010, 07:51 AMfunnyname7
Range is MAX - MIN, like already stated.