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Excel MODE Function


MODE Function

The MODE function is a premade function in Excel, which is used to find the number seen most times.

This function always returns a single number.

It is typed =MODE.SNGL

It returns the most occurring number in a range or array.

Note: The mode is a type of average value, which describes where most of the data is located. You can read more about mode in our: Statistics Mode Tutorial.

Let's have a look at an example where we help the Pokemon trainers to calculate the mode of numbers of Pokeballs.

How to use the =MODE function, step by step:

  1. Select a cell (B10)
  2. Type =MODE
  3. Double click the MODE.SNGL command
  4. Select a range (B2:E7)
  5. Hit enter
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It returns the number 1 which is seen 7x times. The closest number to it is 3 and 4 which are seen 3x times each.