# How do you find the mean, median and mode of -500, 350, 475, -300, -500, 450, 425, -400?

Mean

Mean is equal to the total number of terms divided by the total number of terms.

The term that appears the most frequently is called the mode, and in this instance, it is -500.

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To find the mean, median, and mode of the data set {-500, 350, 475, -300, -500, 450, 425, -400}, you can follow these steps:

- Mean: Add all the numbers together and divide by the total number of values.
- Median: Arrange the numbers in ascending order and find the middle value. If there are two middle values, find their average.
- Mode: Determine the number that appears most frequently in the data set.

For this data set:

- Mean: (-500 + 350 + 475 - 300 - 500 + 450 + 425 - 400) / 8 = 200
- Median: Arrange the data in ascending order: -500, -500, -400, -300, 350, 425, 450, 475. The median is the average of the two middle values, which are -400 and -300: (-400 - 300) / 2 = -350.
- Mode: -500 appears twice, which is more frequent than any other number in the data set. Therefore, the mode is -500.

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