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How To Use MODE.MULT() Function in Google Sheets

Description

Returns the most commonly occurring values in a dataset.

Common Questions about the MODE.MULT Formula
• What is the MODE.MULT formula?
• How can it be used to find the most frequent values in a dataset?
• How is it different from the built-in MODE function?
• Is there a way to automate the calculation of the MODE.MULT formula?

How Can the MODE.MULT Formula Be Used Appropriately?
• To find the most frequently occurring values in a dataset.
• To quickly calculate the mode when dealing with large datasets.
• To estimate the most likely outcome of a random event.

How Can the MODE.MULT Formula Be Commonly Mistyped?
• MODEMULT
• MOD.MULT
• MOD_MULT
• MODMULT
• MODE.MLT
• MOD.MLT

What Are Some Common Ways the MODE.MULT Formula Is Used Inappropriately?
• To find the average of a set of numbers. The MODE.MULT formula will only return the most frequently occurring value.
• To calculate the probability of an event happening. The MODE.MULT formula does not provide a measure of probability.

What Are Some Common Pitfalls When Using the MODE.MULT Formula?
• Not accounting for empty cells in the dataset.
• Not properly formatting the data beforehand.
• Not including all values in the dataset when calculating the mode.

What Are Common Mistakes When Using the MODE.MULT Formula?
• Using the wrong parentheses in the formula.
• Not using absolute references when necessary.
• Trying to use the MODE.MULT formula with non-numeric data.

What Are Common Misconceptions People Might Have with the MODE.MULT Formula?
• That it outputs the average of the dataset. The MODE.MULT formula returns the mode, not the average.
• That it will always output a single value. The MODE.MULT formula can sometimes output multiple values.
• That it will always output the most frequent value. The MODE.MULT formula may not output the most frequent value if there are multiple values of equal frequency.

How To Actually Use MODE.MULT() in Sheets

MODE.MULT(value1, value2)

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Google Sheets MODE.MULT Function | How to Use MODE.MULT | Get Multiple Common Values

With the Google Sheets MODE.MULT function, you can get the most common values, which are equal in number, in a range or array. Consider this array: {70,70,70,25,25,50,50,50}. If this array is the attribute for the MODE.MULT function, then it returns 70 and 50, as these two are the equal number of most common values. Say you replace one 50 by 25 in the above array, then the MODE.MULT function returns 70 and 25. You do not have to sort the range or array before you use MODE.MULT. It, however, returns the values sorted in an ascending order. Note that the MODE function returns only the single, most common value in a range or array. In contrast, MODE.MULT returns multiple, most common values.

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