# How do you write down 5 test results that have their mean median and mode all equallying 6?

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Let's start with definitions and exemplify them using the test results from

*Mean* is an arithmetic average of test results, that is their sum divided by their quantity:

*Median* is a particular result such that the number of results with values less than or equal to it equals to the number of results greater or equal to it. In our case of

*Mode* is a particular test result that occurs more often than others. Obviously, there is no formula for it, you just have to look at the results, find repetitive value and chose the one with most repetitions. If there is no value that repeats the most (for instance, two values repeat more than others, but the same as each other), the results have no *mode*.

A trivial example of a set of five values with *mean*, *median* and *mode* being the same and equal to

Their *mean* is *median* and *mode*.

Less trivial example is three identical results that are equal to

Their *mean*, *median* and *mode* are all equal to