Statistics  Short Revision  CBSE Class 10 Mathematics  Infinity Learn Class 9&10  Summary and Q&A
TL;DR
This content provides multiplechoice questions related to statistics, covering topics such as mean, median, mode, and cumulative frequency.
Key Insights
 π³ The formula mode = 3 median  2 mean is used to find the median when the mode and mean are given.
 βΊοΈ To find the mean in a nongrouped frequency distribution table, use the formula mean = Sigma f i x i / Sigma f i.
 ποΈ The modal class is the class interval with the maximum frequency, and its upper limit corresponds to the upper limit of the modal class.
 π³ The difference between the mode and median is twice the difference between the median and mean.
 π³ Understanding the relationship between mode, median, and mean is crucial in solving statistical problems.
 π± Nongrouped frequency distribution tables require direct calculations for finding the mean.
 ποΈ Cumulative frequencies play a role in determining the median class.
Transcript
let's do some mcqs in the chapter statistics so let's start with it the mode and mean is given by 7 and 8 respectively then you have to find the median now basically this question is based on the empirical relationship between mean median and mode so what is the formula guys the formula is mode is equal to 3 median minus 2 mean 3 median minus 2 mea... Read More
Questions & Answers
Q: How do you find the median in a data set when the mode and mean are given?
The formula for finding the median is mode = 3 median  2 mean. By substituting the given values for mode and mean, you can solve for the median.
Q: How do you find the mean in a nongrouped frequency distribution table?
The formula for finding the mean in a nongrouped frequency distribution table is mean = Sigma f i x i / Sigma f i. Calculate the sum of each frequency multiplied by its corresponding value, and divide it by the sum of the frequencies.
Q: How do you determine the upper limit of the modal class?
The modal class is the class interval with the maximum frequency. The upper limit of that class interval is considered the upper limit of the modal class.
Q: How can you find the difference between the median and mean when the difference between the mode and median is given?
By using the formula mode  median = 2 median  2 mean, you can rearrange it to median  mean = mode  median / 2. Thus, the difference between the median and mean is equal to half the given difference between the mode and median.
Summary & Key Takeaways

The formula for finding the median when the mode and mean are given is mode = 3 median  2 mean.

To find the value of y in a given distribution, the formula for finding the mean is mean = Sigma f i x i / Sigma f i.

The upper limit of the modal class is the upper limit of the class interval with the maximum frequency.

The difference between the mode and median is equal to twice the difference between the median and mean.