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Rolinda’s First five Spanish test scores are 85, 85, 60, 62, and, 59. A. Find the mean the median in the mode of Rolinda’s Spanish test scores. Round your answers to-the nearest tenth if necessary. B. Which of these measures Best supports Rolinda’s claim that she is doing well in her Spanish class. C. Why is Rolinda’s claim misleading?

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  1. https://www.calculatorsoup.com/calculators/statistics/mean-median-mode.php

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  2. the median is what number is in the middle and the numbers have to be in order from smallest to largest.

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  3. the mode is the number that occurs the most

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  4. the mean is all the numbers added together and divided by homany numbers there is

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  5. for the average add them all and divide by the number of them (5)
    for median there are two above 62 and two below 62

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  6. a. mean: 7.2 median: 62 mode: 85
    b. her mode
    c. because only 2 out of 5 of her test scores are passing grades

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