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## Mean, Median, Mode

Summary

The content focuses on the fundamental aspects of statistics relevant to the SAT exam, emphasizing measures of center such as mean, median, and mode, and their applications in solving test questions.

- Statistics for the SAT involves understanding tools for making sense of data, with a focus on measures of center.
- The mean is described as an ordinary average, with practical advice on using sums to solve related test questions.
- The median is the middle number of an ordered list, with strategies for handling lists with an even number of terms.
- The mode, though less important for the SAT, is defined as the most frequently appearing number in a list.
- Examples and practice questions illustrate how to apply these concepts to typical SAT problems.

Chapters

00:00

Introduction to Statistics for the SAT

00:53

Understanding and Applying the Mean

07:22

The Role of the Mode