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# Mode - Problem 3

###### Alissa Fong

###### Alissa Fong

**MA, Stanford University**

Teaching in the San Francisco Bay Area

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We need to find the mode of this data set remember mode means what shows up most often. It’s not too hard it’s as easy as you think is. We need to look for what number shows up most often in this list.

This list is already in increasing size order that doesn’t matter don’t worry about that, all we are looking for is what shows up most often. Three 3s, four 6’s that’s it. That’s the mode because we have four of these. Don’t write the number 4 there the answer for the mode is the value 6. Definition of mode is what value shows up most often in your data set.

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###### Alissa Fong

M.A. in Secondary Mathematics, Stanford University

B.S., Stanford University

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