Find the missing number if the mean, median and mode are all the same.
Find 4 numbers which have a mean of 7, a median of 8 and a mode of 9.
The pie chart shows the different types of ice creams on sale. How many chocolate ice creams were sold?
Can you find the mode and median from bar and pie charts?
When Kate ate a giant date, the average weight of the dates decreased. What was the weight of the date that Kate ate?
Given information about the mean, can you work out the missing numbers?
What is the average weight of five ballet dancers and ten rugby players?
How many visitors does a tourist attraction need next week in order to break even?
What is the largest number Sophie can use to have seven positive integers with a mean of 7?
The ladybird squad members have an average of 12 spots each. How many spots does the pine ladybird have?
Find these 4 numbers, given their mode, median and range.
Two students collected some data on the wingspan of bats, but each lost a measurement. Can you find the missing information?
The mean number of students has changed, so how many students applied to a school?
In which town should five friends meet, in order to keep the total travelling distance as small as possible?
The average temperature of six cities is 5$^\circ$C. What is the average temperature when two cities are added?
Can you work out the median weight of these children from the given means?
How does Snow White need to change her result after the mix-up?
What happens to the average if you subtract 8 from all of the numbers?
Can you find a way to break one of these rods so that one of the pieces is equal to the mean of the other two?
What was the average score in this French test?
Can you fill this square so that the number in the middle of each line is the mean of the two numbers on either side of it?
What is the probability that the next person you meet has an above average number of arms?
Grandpa made a super-heavy rock cake. Five people have guessed the weight of the cake. Can you work out the weight of his cake?
What is the mean of this set of numbers?
Can you work out the four unknown numbers from the clues about their means?
Every member of the club is a member of two committees. How many members are there in the club?
What value of x makes the mean of the first three numbers in this list equal to the mean of the other four?