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What is the median of data if its mode is 15 and the mean is 30?

  1. 30
  2. 25
  3. 22.5
  4. 27.5
asked in Probability by Junior (681 points)   | 1k views

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3median=mode+2mean

=>3x=15+60

=>3x=75

=>x=75/3=25
answered by Boss (10k points)  
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@Asu boss. What if the data is like 15 15 15 75? Mean is 30 and mode is 15. Median is something else. From where did you get this formula?
@Asu. Works for limited skewness. For this question, its ok :) as there is no alternative
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= 15 +2/3(30-15) =25

answer is B) 25

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