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2. Any given data set consists of a set of numerical values. Please indicate by stating yes or no for each of the following statements whether or not it could be correct for any data set. (This question is not referring to the data that is given above.)
a. There is no mode.
b. There are two modes.
c. There are three modes.

They all could be correct, depending on the data set, but none apply to "any data set."
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