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## Summary of Mean, median, and mode

Mean, median, and mode

The mean of a data set is the result of adding the values together then dividing them by the number of values. The median value is the center of data after sorting the values numerically. The mode is the most repeated value in the data set. Trimmed mean, weighted mean, geometric mean, and approximate mean are all modified ways for calculating the mean and are used for more accurate calculation of the mean or for its calculation in special situations. In skewed curves, the mode lies at the highest point of the curve while the mean lies at the outermost point relative to the median and the mode.

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### Mean, median, and mode

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The mean is calculated by summing up all the values in the data set then (dividing/multiplying) by the number of these values.

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