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Ayan Memon (18-IN-41)

Ali Bux(18-IN-27)

Araiz (18-IN-19)

•Instatistics, a central tendency is a

central value or a typical value for a

probability distribution.

•The most common measures of

central tendency are the arithmetic

mean, the median and the mode.

•To find representative value

•To make more concise data

•To make comparisons

•Helpful in further statistical analysis

Statisticians have developed four

different methods for measuring central

tendency;

1. The Mean

2. The Median

3. The mode and

4. Midrange

The mean is the sum of all the data values divided by

number of values.

Example:

To find the mean of 3,5,7.

Step 1 Find the sum of the numbers.

3+5+7=15

Step 2: Calculate the total number.

there are 3 numbers.

Step 3: Find mean

15/3=5

Find the mean of the array.

4, 3, 8, 9, 1, 7, 12

x 4 3 8 9 1 7 12 44

x 6.29 6.3

n 7 7

•Mean can be calculated for any set of

numerical data, so it always exists.

•A set of numerical data has one and only

one mean.

•It is used only if the data are interval or

ratio.

•The median is the second measure of central

tendencies.

•The Median is middle number when the data

are arranged in order.

•There are no specific symbols or notions to

identify the median.

•The median is simply identified by the word

median.

Odd# in set: falls exactly on the

middle number.

two middle values in the set; find

the average of the two middle

values.

A. 2, 3, 4, 7, 8 - the median is 4.

•This example demonstrates the calculation of

the median when n is an odd number.

B. 6, 7, 8, 9, 9, 10

median = (8+9)/2 = 8.5.

•This example demonstrates the calculation of

the median when n is an even number.

•It is not based on all the values.

•It is not capable of further mathematical

treatment.

•It is affected fluctuation of sampling.

•Mode is the most frequent value or score

in the distribution.

•It is defined as that value of the item in a

series.

•It is denoted by the capital letter Z.

1, 2, 1, 2, 2, 2, 1, 3, 3

1=3

2=4

3=2

Find the mode.

A. 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 - no mode

B. 4, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 6, 9 - 4 ,6, and 9

•Mode is readily comprehensible and

easily calculated

•It is the best representative of data.

•It is not at all affected by extreme value

•The value of mode can also be

determined graphically.

•It is not based on all observations.

•It is not capable of further mathematical

manipulation.

•Mode is affected to a great extent by

sampling fluctuations.

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