# Mean, Mode, Median, and Range

- Author:
- Auston B Cron

- Topic:
- Means, Mode, Statistical Characteristics, Statistics

**is being able to find the following measures of central tendency:**

__Data Analysis__**mean**,

**mode**,

**median**, and

**range**. The mode must be written as a list of elements separated by a comma. When there is

**, the program will automatically state it. Many call the**

__no mode__**mean**, the

*. But there is more than just one value used to persuade people to their side; these are the*

__average__**mode**,

**median**, and

**range**.

**mean:**add all values is set and divide by the number of values

**mode:**the most common value in the set; sometimes there is no value or multiple different common values {

**M**ost

**O**ften

**D**ata

**E**ntered}; Mode answers must be inside of { } for None, {#} for a single mode, {#,#,...} for multiple mode answers.

**median:**the number in the middle of the sort list of values; when there is an even number the median is the average of the two middle numbers

**range:**the difference of the largest and smallest values