# How do you find the mean, median and mode of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10?

##### 1 Answer

No mode.

#### Explanation:

Recall that the **mean** (

Recall that the **median** of a data set is the value at the middle (the median) of the data set. In order to find the median, the data set must be arranged from **lowest to highest**. Once it is, we cross out one at the end, one at the beginning, one at the end, one at the beginning, and so on until we find the middle value.

Since there are an even number of terms, the median will be between the two middle values. Take the average of the two:

The **mode** of a data set is the element that appears most frequently. Since each element in this data set is unique and only appears one time, there is no mode.