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Hi my name is sally today I will be showing and explaining you examples of Central Tendency
Hi my name is sally, today i will be explaining and showing you examples of Central Tendency
Before we get started you always want to put your number set in order from least to greatest
Ok so first let's start with mean, so you would want to add all the numbers together and then take that answer and divide it by how many numbers are in the number set. Here's an example
7,12,12,14,20,22= 87 divided by 6 = 14.5
Next is median, it's where you would find the middle number. But, if you have an even number set you would add the two middle numbers and then divide by two. Here are two examples
3,4,6,6,7,9,13,13,19 2,2,3,7,14,14 7+3=10 10 divided by 2=5
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