Here is a fun rhyme to help you remember the three M’s and the R:
Hey diddle diddle, the median’s the middle,
You add then divide for the mean.
The mode is the one that you see the most,
And the range is the difference between.
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To the tune of the french nursery rhyme Frere Jacques:
Mean is average, Mean is average,
Mode is most, Mode is most,
Median in the middle, Median in the middle,
Range High Low, Range High Low
Well done MacMaths your Rhyme was so fab we decided to put a post on our blog! Well done once again.
I’m doing mode, median, mean and range in maths at the moment and i’ve come on here to help myself with my homework!!!
In a rap type manner – ‘The mean’s gotta share!’
‘Mode most common!’
From here to there the mountain range – here – one hand out, to there – the other hand out and then jump as in an empty number line
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this is how i remember it :-
Add then devide the mean,
The median’s the one in in-between,
The mode is the one you see the most,
The range is the differen beetween.
for homework i have to come up with a rap song can you help
hears a good rap to help you guys out
mean is the averige meaian is the middle mode is the most its just a math riddle (*2)
“mean the average, mode most offten, range the difference from the highest & the least, median is the number in the middle when you order from least to greatest”
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