22, but I am getting it for my dad using my first signing bonus. He got me through college and he has always joked that I could pay him back by getting him a sports car.

Side survey: Anyone care to venture a guess as to what Brian does for a living that enables him to be so handy in keeping track of the average age (and median! But wait, what's the mode?! ...?

However, not to be nitpicky, but, well, I guess I am being nitpicky.....

Your "50" median is more of a "midpoint" between max (77) and min (23). The median is typically defined as half of the total participants is above that point and half is below that point. There could be a case where there are many more people above the midpoint - this would give a median higher than the midpoint. There could also be a case where a few outliers could skew the midpoint one way or the other. Now, it COULD be that the midpoint is exactly the median though. My appologies if this is the case.

I had to go through this with my kids not too long ago - but I don't recall "mode" for some reason.

(Hope this works)<br>
<h2> Current Analysis</h2>
45 Median <i>(The Middle)</i>
42 Mode <i>(Most Common)</i>
46.87 Average
12.74 Standard Deviation in Years

mrcool;
Fail. And I don't believe your disclaimer! >:\

daytye;
Roit UR. Been a while since I had to remember all that. The mode is just the "peak" point -- most frequent individual value. May be more than one. E.g., a bust is bimodal!

I may get busy enuf to actually spreadsheet the numbers instead of just adding and counting. Or not!

Yes, and I'm also literally over the "hill". But driving this car I will make me feel at least 10 years younger and it would put me in the sweet spot! Thanks Lobo for crunching the #s.

## Comments

What a great gesture! Does he know yet?

Will be 57 in late Sept.

What a nice BDay present

Love the Tech and the Electric Acceleration

Has anyone calculated the average age yet???

Side survey: Anyone care to venture a guess as to what Brian does for a living that enables him to be so handy in keeping track of the average age (and median! But wait, what's the mode?! ...?

50 is the new 30

I hope that doesn't make anyone feel old

Sig #85EU / P #270EU

However, not to be nitpicky, but, well, I guess I am being nitpicky.....

Your "50" median is more of a "midpoint" between max (77) and min (23). The median is typically defined as half of the total participants is above that point and half is below that point. There could be a case where there are many more people above the midpoint - this would give a median higher than the midpoint. There could also be a case where a few outliers could skew the midpoint one way or the other. Now, it COULD be that the midpoint is exactly the median though. My appologies if this is the case.

I had to go through this with my kids not too long ago - but I don't recall "mode" for some reason.

Right there with ya, mrcool.

<h2> Current Analysis</h2>

45 Median <i>(The Middle)</i>

42 Mode <i>(Most Common)</i>

46.87 Average

12.74 Standard Deviation in Years

<b>Age Brackets:</b>

<u>Qty Age</u>

10 20 to 29

36 30 to 39

55 40 to 49

29 50 to 59

16 60 to 69

11 70 to 79

<br>

<img> http://69.113.130.80:10080/images/tesla/tesla ages chart_img_0.jpg </img>

Fail. And I don't believe your disclaimer! >:\

daytye;

Roit UR. Been a while since I had to remember all that. The mode is just the "peak" point -- most frequent individual value. May be more than one. E.g., a bust is bimodal!

I may get busy enuf to actually spreadsheet the numbers instead of just adding and counting. Or not!