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Tendency

Grade 9

(Process)

Mode

These are Abby’s science test scores.

86 97 84

73 63 88

97 100 95

What can you tell us about these

numbers?

86 97 84

73 63 88

97

100 95

What is the MEAN?

How do we find it?

of the data set.

The mean is found by adding all the

values in the set, then dividing the

sum by the number of values.

97

84

Lets find Abby’s 88

MEAN science test 100

score? 95

63

73

783 9 86

÷ + 97

The mean is 87 783

What is the MEDIAN?

How do we find it?

The MEDIAN is the number that is in the

middle of a set of data

1. Arrange the numbers in the set in

order from least to greatest.

middle.

63 73 84 86 88 95 97 97 100

Median

Sounds like

MEDIUM

Think middle when you hear median.

How do we find

the MEDIAN

when two numbers are in the middle?

2. Then divide by 2.

63 73 84 88 95 97 97 100

88 + 95 = 183

91.5

What is the MODE?

How do we find it?

The MODE is the piece of data that

occurs most frequently in the data set.

A set of data can have:

One mode

More than one mode

No mode

63 73 84 86 88 95 97 97 100

All other numbers appear just once.

97 is the MODE

A Hint for remembering the MODE…

Most Often

Which set of data has ONE MODE?

A

B 18, 7, 10, 7, 18

C 9, 11, 16, 8, 16

Which set of data has NO MODE?

A

B 18, 7, 10, 7, 18

Which set of data has

MORE THAN ONE MODE?

A 9, 11, 16, 8, 16

C

18, 7, 10, 7, 18

What is the RANGE?

How do we find it?

The RANGE is the difference between the

lowest and highest values.

63 73 84 86 88 95 97 97

97 34 is the RANGE

-63 or spread

34 of this set of data

What is the RANGE of this set of data?

99 48 86 84

97 71 88

What is the RANGE of this set of data?

48 71 84 86 88 97 99

99

-48

51

What is the RANGE of this set of data?

17 48 46 33

15 67 85

What is the RANGE of this set of data?

15 17 33 46 48 67 85

85

-15

70

What is the RANGE of this set of data?

267

119

357 329

401

227 483

What is the RANGE of this set of data?

483

-119

364

This one is the requires more

work than the others.

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MIDDLE.

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