PSY223 3-2.docx - Kirsten Woolley PSY 223 3-2 After taking the data to find the mean you add up all the times collected once added up then you divide

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Kirsten Woolley PSY 223 3-2 1/17/2020 After taking the data to find the mean you add up all the times collected, once added up then you divide that number by eight because that is how many students participated in the study. Since there is an even number of participants to find the median after putting the numbers in order from lowest to highest, add the two middle numbers together and divide by two which gives you the middle value. The mode is the number seen more then once or the most out of any number used in the data collection. To find the range again the numbers need to be in sequence lowest to highest then you
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