Video: Finding the Modal Values for Two Data in a Line Graph

The graph shows the number of football matches that two teams played in five months. The blue line represents the Crookers, and the black line represents the Strokes. For each team, find the mode of the number of matches they played each month.

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The graph shows the number of football matches that two teams played in five months. The blue line represents the Crookers and the black line represents the Strokes. For each team, find the mode of the number of matches they played each month.

The mode is the most common or most frequent value. In this case, we need to find the most common number of matches they played in a month. Let’s first consider the Crookers, the blue line. In March, they played five matches. In April, they played six matches, in May, nine matches, in June, seven matches, and in July, nine matches. The most popular or most common number of matches was nine as this appeared in May and July. Therefore, the mode for the Crookers was nine matches.

Now let’s consider the Strokes. In March, they played nine matches. In April, they played eight matches, in May, six matches, in June, five matches, and in July, eight matches. Which number of matches appears most often here? Well as they played eight matches in July and April, the mode for the Strokes is equal to eight.

We can therefore say that, using the graph, the mode number of matches the Crookers played was nine and the mode number of matches the Strokes played was eight. In order to increase the accuracy of our results, we could look at the data over a longer period of time.

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