What does mode mean in math form?
a mathmatical term
I think you mean "mode." The mode in math is simple. When there's a group of numbers, the mode appears most often. How I remember is the "M" and the "O" in "mode" stand for "Most Often." :) Example : 42, 45, 45, 48, 49, 65, 92 The mode is 45. Note: There can be more than one mode or there can be no mode at all. Good luck! :)
Math problem with the numbers 35 23 15 23 If an outlier of 100 is added to the this math problem how will it affect the mean medium and mode?
if you mean mode, instead of mod. Mode, mean and medium are types of averages. Mean is generally what people call average, when you add up all of the numbers and divide by the amount. Mode is the most common number from a range of numbers, eg. 356342653757902890578733 There are 5 3s here, so that is the mode.
I think you might be asking about the mode. In any given set, the mode is the number that appears most often. If no number appears more frequently than any other, there is no mode. It is also possible to have more than one mode. Ex. (10, 17, 20, 45, 68) This set has no mode. The mood is how you feel about math.
Average - the central tendency of a data set is a measure of the "middle" or "expected" value of the data set (mean, median, mode) Layman's terms - the average of a math problem is the middle number, usually found by taking the highest number and subtracting the lowest number, or taking the highest and lowest numbers and finding the middle number.