- What to do if there is 2 modes?
- Can there be two mode?
- How do you calculate the mode if two classes have the same and highest frequency bimodal?
- How do you find the mode if two classes have the same frequency?
- How do I fix ungrouped mode?
- What is a distribution with two modes?

## What to do if there is 2 modes?

0:141:22How to Find the Mode if More Than One Number Appears TwiceYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipSo even if a number appears twice. If it appears the most it’s going to be the mode if more than oneMoreSo even if a number appears twice. If it appears the most it’s going to be the mode if more than one number appears twice you’re going to have multiple modes.

## Can there be two mode?

There is no mode when all observed values appear the same number of times in a data set. There is more than one mode when the highest frequency was observed for more than one value in a data set.

## How do you calculate the mode if two classes have the same and highest frequency bimodal?

If there are more than one class intervals which have the same frequency (equally qualifying to be the mode class) then both of the classes will be the mode class. However to calculate the mode of grouped data use the following formula.Mode = L + [ (F – F1) / { (F – F1) + (F – F2) } ] * h.where.

## How do you find the mode if two classes have the same frequency?

If there are more than one class intervals which have the same frequency (equally qualifying to be the mode class) then both of the classes will be the mode class. However to calculate the mode of grouped data use the following formula.Mode = L + [ (F – F1) / { (F – F1) + (F – F2) } ] * h.where.

## How do I fix ungrouped mode?

0:437:18Mode of grouped and Ungrouped Data – YouTubeYouTube

## What is a distribution with two modes?

In statistics, a bimodal distribution is a probability distribution with two different modes, which may also be referred to as a bimodal distribution.