Beyond Averages: Median, Mode and Range

TEK 6.10B C  Objective 5

1.      Which of these means the same as average?

a.      Range

b.      Median

c.      Mode

d.      Mean

2.      How do you determine the mean in a range of numbers

a.      Look for the number in the middle

b.      Add up all the numbers and then divide the sum by how many numbers are in the set

c.      Look for the number that appears most often

d.      Subtract the smallest number fromthe largest number

3.      What is the mde of these numbers 3, 5, 7, 9, 11

a.      3

b.      7

c.      11

d.      There is no mode in these numbers

4.      To determine the range in a set of numbers

a.      Add up all the numbers and then divide the sum by how many numbers

b.      Look for the number in the middle

c.      Subtract the smallest number from the largest number

d.      Look for the number that appears most often

5.      In this set of numbers, which is the median 1,2, 11, 15, 34

a.      1

b.      11

c.      15

d.      There is no mdian in these numbers

6.      This set of numbers has no middle number 3, 5, 7, 9. How will you determine the median?

a.      Take the avarage of the two middle numbers

b.      Use either of the two middle numbers

c.      There is no median

d.      There is no average

7.      The mode and the median can be the same number

a.      True

b.      False

8.      Consider this string of numbers 10, 15, 10, 11, 9. What is the average?

a.      9

b.      10

c.      11

d.      12

9.      In the same set of numbers above, what is the median?

a.      9

b.      10

c. 11

d. 12

10.  П In the same set of numbers above, what is the mode?

a.      9

b.      10

c.    11

d.   12