pls clarify my doubt on when we get same mean for two different data set, then SD and median are equal?
I've checked with some sample data and got same numbers. pls explain the logic behind it.
forgive me, since i can't attach the excel file here
I'm just have a MCQ question on stat, in that the question is ,
if the mean is same for two group of data then/..
both median same / both sd is same / none of the above...
for this i'm asked with sample data.
You can calculate the median in your head and the mean is same if you did calculation correct. However as @Karabiner stated they differ on other metrics. So fictitiously - sample 1 (50, 50) Sample 2 (0, 100), both have same median and mean, but vary on other metrics. Other mental paradoxes can exist where parameters are equal while others are not.