a) What is the significance for underlying distribution of the data when the mean, mean, and mode are equal to each other?
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a) What is the significance for underlying distribution of the data when the mean, mean, and mode are

equal to each other?

b) what is the significance for underlying distribution of the data when the mean is greater than the median which in turn is greater than the mode? 

c) What is the significance when the mean is less than the median which in turn is less than the mode?

d) Can all measures of central tendency be used with all types of data (categorical/nominal, ordinal, ratio, interval)?

e) Which of the three measures of central tendency is most sensitive and which is least sensitive to extreme values?

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