what is the median, mode and mean?

the mean is the average value when you add together all of the numbers in your sample and then divide the result by the amount of numbers in the sample.the mode is the most common number in the sample, the one that shows up the most frequently.the median found by lining up the sample in increasing order and choosing the number in the middle of the sample.

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