What if there is no mode in a set of numbers?
Mode means a value or a number that appears most frequently in a data set.
Answer: It is possible for a data set to have no mode. In that case, we cannot use mode as a measure of central tendency.
The mode is one of the values of the measure of central tendency. Let us explore what happens if there is no mode in a set of numbers.
Yes, it is possible to have no mode for a set of data.
If this is the case, we cannot use mode as a measure of central tendency. For example, the data set: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, does not have any repeating number, and hence it does not have any mode.
Thus, If data has no mode then we can't use mode as a measure of central tendency instead we can use mean, median, etc.