Mean, Median, Mode and Range Worksheets
Mean, median, and mode are the three most common “averages” in statistics that represent an entire set of data or information, and are together referred to as the measure of central tendency. Our collection of central tendency worksheets provide ample practice on calculating the mean, median, mode, and range of a numerical data set.
These free worksheets are ideal for students of grade 5, grade 6 and grade 7.
Learn to calculate the mean, i.e., the measure of center for a set of a numerical data, with this free printable worksheet of finding the mean. Calculate the sum of the data, and divide the sum by the number of quantities in the set to find the average of a given data.
Gain free access to our pdf worksheet on finding the median of each set of numbers. Arrange the data in ascending order, check if the set has an odd or even number of data points and calculate median by applying appropriate formula.
Acquire practice in finding the mode with this printable exercise, by learning to determine the value that is repeated or occurs most often in the set of data. Be mindful of the fact that if no number is repeated, then the list does not have a mode.
Make the most of this free worksheet for your students to master the method of finding the range for a set of numerical data. The difference between the largest and smallest value of a list of numbers, is the range.
Practice finding the mean, median, mode, and range of a list of numbers with this comprehensive central tendency worksheet. Gain access to this all-encompassing printable absolutely free of cost.