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Why is it necessary to have more than one method for measuring central tendency?

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To Explain: The necessity to have more than one method for measuring central tendency.

Explanation

It is essential that central tendency should be determined by an objective and a well-defined procedure but practically its hard to rely on just one such measure. That’s why various techniques are used to measure central tendency.

No single procedure produces a good, representative value. So, there exists various reasons not to be dependent on one measure of central tendency and instead have three different techniques are used.

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