**The evaluation will be solved based on the information found next.**

The value of the middle points of the intervals is respectively: | |

The mean of the data is: | |

The mode of the data is located in the class: | |

**Fill in the blanks in the following statements:**

- The mode of a is the value whose is the greatest.

- To find the in a distribution given in intervals, the point of each interval must be located.

**Indicate if the following statement is false or true.**

In a data distribution set, if two or more classes have the same frequency, and this is the greatest frequency of the set, then the distribution will have equal number of modes. | |

The middle points are found by adding the extremes of the interval and dividing the result by two, for example: 148.5 153.5=15.

The mean in interval distributions is found by multiplying the middle points of an interval, by the frequency of each interval.

To determine the mode, you must locate the interval or class with the greatest frequency. This class contains the mode of the distribution.

The mode of distribution is the value whose frequency is the greatest.

The mode of distribution is the value whose frequency is the greatest.

To find the mean in a distribution given in intervals, the middle point of each interval must be located.

To find the mean in a distribution given in intervals, the middle point of each interval must be located.

To find the mean in a distribution given in intervals, the middle point of each interval must be located.

Because the data obtained in a study is random, it is possible that two or more values have the same absolute frequency; the greatest one. Consequently, these classes are the mode.