For a Certain Frequency Distribution, the Value of Mean is 101 and Median is 100. Find the Value of Mode. - Algebra

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For a certain frequency distribution, the value of Mean is 101 and Median is 100. Find the value of Mode.

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Solution

The interrelation between the measures of central tendency is given by
Mean – Mode = 3(Mean - Median)
Given that Mean = 101 and Median = 100
Thus from the above relation, we have,
101 – Mode = 3 (101 - 100)

 101 - Mode = 3
 101 - 3 = Mode
 Mode = 98

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2014-2015 (March)

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