# What is the mode if all the numbers are different?

**Solution:**

For a set of numbers, 'mode' refers to the most frequently occurring number.

Let's take the following data sets to calculate the mode.

Example 1: 2, 3, 5, 6, 5, 7, 5

In the given data set, 5 has the highest frequency and hence the mode is 5.

Example 2: 5, 9, 1, 3, 7, 6, 8

In the given data set, every value is occurring once, and hence, there is no repetition. Therefore, the data set doesn't have a mode.

Thus, if all the numbers are different, then there is no mode for the given set of numbers.

Thus, no mode exists, if all the numbers in the set are different.

## What is the mode if all the numbers are different?

**Summary:**

There is no mode if all the numbers in the set are different.

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