Method of calculation of mode - measure of central tendency , Operation Research

Method of calculation of Mode

Calculation  of Mode  Individual  series: For determining  mode count the  number of times the  various  values  repeat  themselves and the  value occurring maximum  number of times  is the  modal  value. The more  often  the model value  appears  relatively  the more valuable  the measure is an  average to represent data.

Note : Thus the  process of determining  mode in case individual  observation essentially  involves  grouping  of data.

 

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