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The mode of a set is the value that appears most often. The mode can have more than one value if two or more values appear the same number of times and more times than any other values in the set.
Usually the first step of finding the mode of a set is to put the values in order, but these values are already in order.
In this case the mode has more than one value because all appear times, more often than any other values.

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mode(1,1,2,2,3,3)
The mode of a set is the value that appears most often. The mode can have more than one value if two or more values appear the same number of times and more times than any other values in the set.
1,1,2,2,3,3
Usually the first step of finding the mode of a set is to put the values in order, but these values are already in order.
mode(1,1,2,2,3,3)=1,2,3
In this case the mode has more than one value because 1,2,3 all appear 2 times, more often than any other values.
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