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Statistics: ** Median**, Mode and Frequency Distribution
Given a list of numbers,
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Mean, ** Median**, Mode, and Range
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Stephan Jay Gould's "The ** Median** Isn't the Message"
Stephen Jay Gould was a paleontologist, evolutionary biologist, and a historian of science. He spent many years teaching at Harvard as well as at New York University in his later life. Gould, along with Niles Eldredge in 1972, published the theory of punctuated equilibrium. Their theory stated that creatures had long periods of evolutionary stability occasionally marked with rapid periods of advancement, unlike the previously accepted idea of...

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distribution. The central tendency of a distribution is an estimate of the "center" of a distribution of values. There are three major types of estimates of central tendency: Mean, ** Median**, and Mode. The mean or average is the most common used method of describing central tendency and can be used for all data. The

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measurement.
Descriptive statistics are used because in most cases, it isn't possible to present all of your data in any form that your reader will be able to quickly interpret. The mean, the mode, the ** median**, the range, and the standard deviation are all examples of descriptive statistics. The mean,

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Charismatic Condition
Mean 4.204081633
Standard Error 0.097501055
** Median** 4.2
Mode 4.8
Standard Deviation 0.682507382
Sample Variance 0.465816327
Kurtosis 5.335286065
Skewness -1.916441174
Range 3.5
Minimum 1.5
Maximum 5
Sum 206
Count 49
Confidence Level(95.0%) 0.196039006
In both the Charismatic and the punitive condition data sets there were 49 people surveyed. We know this because we were able to use descriptive statistics to show the count and that shows the number of people...

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Mean =
Exercise 6
Sample standard deviatons = sx =
Exercise 7
Sample size = n =
Calculations
Use the table in section 2.11.13 to calculate the following values:
Exercise 8
** Median** =
Exercise 9
Mode =
Exercise 10
First quartile =
Exercise 11
Second quartile =

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µlow ≠ µmedium ≠ µhigh
Analysis
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All Sales | Inside | | Outside | |
| | | | | |
Mean | 64925 | Mean | 59289 | Mean | 70562 |
Standard Error | 989 | Standard Error | 1115 | Standard Error | 1276 |
** Median** | 61490 |

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consistency coefficients ranging from low of .85 to a high of .91 with a ** median** split half coeeficient of .90 for the standardization group. A

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see that Dick’s salary is an outlier compared to the mean.
b) The ** median** of these seven salaries is $23,500. I got the

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