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1. The measures in this chapter are known as measures of central tendency because they tend to
a. fall toward the center of a distribution, where most of the scores are located.
b. be central to our understanding of statistics.
c. be located at the midpoint of a class interval.
d. All of the above
2. Which measure of central tendency represents the point of maximum frequency in a distribution?
a. Mode
b. Median
c. Mean
3. Which measure of central tendency is considered the point of balance in a distribution?
a. Mode
b. Median
c. Mean
4. Which measure of central tendency cuts a distribution in half when the scores are arranged from high to low?
a. Mode
b. Median
c. Mean


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