# TSI Math: Understanding Mean, Median, Mode, and Range

All of the following statistical measures of the data above have the same value EXCEPT for

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mmr booster shot ever had one of those yet you're

bruised for a week Alright to analyze the data from

the bar graph Well first write it in ascending order

So we got our slacker shane here which were start

but it's like fifty sixty eighty ninety nine one hundred

one hundred ten twenty and forty that's it's everyone Well

the median of the data is the middle number while

we have ten data points so there isn't a single

middle number there too and the median is the average

of these two middle number's Luckily both middle number's air

ninety So the median is ninety Yeah that was anti

climactic Well the mean of the data is the average

which we calculate by adding everything up and then dividing

by the number of data points So we add all

these Numbers up then divide by 10 and we get

an average of ninety for right nine forty over ten

Well the media doesn't mean i don't have the same

value So one of these two is the exception will

calculate the mode and see if it's ninety or ninety

For whichever one it's not while that's the winner or

loser the mode of the data is the value that

repeats most frequently well ninety appears three times more than

any other value so the mode is ninety The media

in the mod have the same value so the exception

is the mean We also see that the range of

difference between largest and smalls values is also magically ninety

which seals the deal So the answer is b mean 00:01:36.74 --> [endTime] we are shmoop