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The mean, on the other hand, is commonly regarded as the best measure of central tendency in this case since it is the measure that is calculated using all of the values in the data set, and any change in any of the scores will alter the value of the mean. The median and mode, on the other hand, are not in this category.

The mode is a measure of central tendency that identifies the most often occurring category or score within a data distribution. In other terms, it is the most common score in a distribution, or the score that appears the most frequently.

A data set's mode is the number that appears the most frequently in the data. Put the numbers in order from least to greatest and count how many times each number appears to find the mode quickly. The mode is the number that appears the most.

The observation with the highest frequency is the mode. The term "unimodal" refers to a data set that only has one value that occurs frequently. A data set is called bimodal if it contains two values that occur with the greatest frequency.

For grouped data, use the following formula: Mode = L + (fmf1)h /2fmf1f2. Where L denotes the modal class's lower limit mode. fm denotes the frequency of the modal class.

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