# Measure Of Center 'Mean, Measure Of Center 'Median,

Question # 00847337 Posted By: wildcraft Updated on: 11/02/2023 11:21 PM Due on: 11/03/2023
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Measure Of Center 'Mean,'" "Measure Of Center 'Median,'" And "Measure Of Center 'Mode'"

Watch three videos ("Measure of Center 'Mean,'" "Measure of Center 'Median,'" and "Measure of Center 'Mode'") in the Calculations section of "The Visual Learner: Statistics," located in the Topic 2 Resources.

Go to the Random.org website, provided in the Topic 2 Resources, to generate a set of random numbers. Click on the "Get Sets' link at the bottom left of the page to generate some data. (Note: If you are not able to access the link, you can randomly generate 10 numbers yourself for this calculation.)

Imagine these numbers are the care satisfaction scores from a recent sample of discharged patients. Randomly select one row of numbers to use for the following calculations:

• What was the mean?
• What was the median?
• What was/were the mode/s?
• Given that the range of data was between 1 and 20, what do these numbers tell you about the overall satisfaction of the patients?
• If you were reporting these scores back to your supervisor, how would you explain or interpret these satisfaction scores?

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