Does a data set always have a mode?

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Sep 22, 2015

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Data set need not always have a mode.

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Mode is an item that occurs more number of times in a distribution.
Here the distribution, I mean Individual Observation.

In an Individual Observation, if each item occurs only once, you will not get mode.

In a Discrete Distribution and Continuous Distribution, there is mode always.

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