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I need to find the measures of spread and center for each data set in a problem I am doing. How do I do that?

Also, is the center the mean(average)? Or the median?

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    In a normal distribution, the mean, median and mode have essentially the same value. All are measures of central tendency.

    Range and standard deviation are measures of variability or spread.

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