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Mean, Median & Mode

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Mean, Median & Mode
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  • We’ll learn that the mean is the average value in a data set.
  • That the median is the middle number in an ordered data set.
  • And that the mode is the value that occurs most often.
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Level 1

Kanji worked the following hours last week:

Monday: 4 hours Tuesday: 7 hours Wednesday: 4 hours Thursday: 3 hours Friday: 2 hours

What was the mean number of hours he worked?

Level 2

Ana keeps track of the scores she gets on math tests. These are the scores for the tests she has taken so far this year: 89, 85, 93, 89, 92, 89, 100

What is the mean, median, and mode of her math test scores?

Level 3

Jaffar bought 5 books. The prices of 4 of the books are $15, $16, $17, and $19. The average he paid for the 5 books is $17. How much did he pay for the fifth book?

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