A data constitutes of heights (in cm) of 50 children. What do you understand by mode for the data?
Given, a data constitutes the heights (in cm) of 50 children.
We have to describe the mode of the data.
Mode is the observation that occurs most frequently in the data.
A mode is defined as the value that has a higher frequency in a given set of data.
Mode is the value that appears the most number of times.
From the given data, the children with the most frequent height is the mode.
In other words, mode will represent the height that most children have.
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A data constitutes of heights (in cm) of 50 children. What do you understand by mode for the data
A data constitutes of heights (in cm) of 50 children. Mode is the height that occurs most frequently in the set of 50 children.
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