In the following exercises, solve.
The ages, in months, of 10 children in a preschool class are: 55 , 55 , 50 , 51 , 52 , 50 , 53 , 51 , 55 , 49
Find the a mean b median c mode
So, to find the mean So the ages and months of the students, you must add up all the numbers. So we have 55 because 55 was 50 plus the one plus 50 to close 50 plus 53 plus 51 plus 55 plus 49 all divided by the number of students, which is 10. And if you do that, what you can is 52.1 as the meat. Not to find the median, we need to order the numbers from smallest to largest. So if you do that, you're 49. 50 15 51 if you want 52 53 35 35 55 making find the middle number. So we have 123 and we'll find that our middle numbers are 51 52. So our median is after we average. Those two don't mean those two numbers. Yeah, 51 plus 52 divided by two. What does he go to? 51.5 guys. Our median