Measures of central tendency, Mathematics

Measures of Central Tendency

Measures of Central Tendency are statistical values which tend to happen at the centre of any well ordered set of data. When these measures happen they do not show the centre of that data. These measures are as given below:

i.  The harmonic mean

ii. The mode

iii. The geometric mean

iv. The median

v. The arithmetic mean

 

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