Finding the Mode 1
Set 1 (10 Questions)
Students organize, represent, and interpret numerical and categorical data and clearly communicate their findings. Know the concepts of mean, median, and mode; compute and compare simple examples to show that they may differ.
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Finding the Mode Help Slide 1
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Finding the Mode Help Slide 3
Finding the Mode Help Slide 4
Finding the Mode Help Slide 5
1. Which choice below is the mode for the set of values shown?
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1 point
Remember, the mode is the value that occurs the most times.
7
4
1
5
2. Which choice below is the mode for the set of values shown?
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1 point
14
12
16
18
3. Which choice below is the mode for the set of values shown?
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1 point
74
39
14
10
4. Which choice below is the mode for the set of values shown?
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1 point
39 is the mode
37 and 39 are the mode
37 is the mode
there is no mode
5. On the line below, enter the mode for the set of values shown.
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1 point
Your answer
6. On the line below, enter the mode for the set of values shown.
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1 point
Your answer
7. On the line below, enter the mode for the set of values shown.
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1 point
Your answer
8. On the line below, enter the mode for the set of values shown.
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1 point
Your answer
9. On the line below, enter the mode for the set of values shown.
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1 point
Your answer
10. On the line below, enter the mode for the set of values shown.
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1 point
Your answer
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