MODE.MULT is a function in Google Sheets that calculates the mode of a set of numbers. The mode is the number that appears most often in the set of numbers. To use the MODE.MULT function, type "MODE.MULT(number1, number2,...) in the cell where you want the result to appear. The function takes a set of numbers as input and returns the mode of the numbers.
The syntax of MODE.MULT in Google Sheets is as follows: MODE.MULT(array, mult) The MODE.MULT function takes two arguments: (1) an array of numbers, and (2) the desired multiplier. The function calculates the mode of the numbers in the array, and then multiplies that mode by the multiplier.
The MODE.MULT function returns the most common value in a data set. The function takes an input range of cells and a number of columns, and then returns the most common value in the input range across the given number of columns.
For example, if we wanted to find the most common color in a list of six colors, we could use the MODE.MULT function as follows: =MODE.MULT(A1:A6,2)
This would return the value "red" as the most common color in the list.
The MODE.MULT function in Google Sheets should not be used when there are more than two possible outcomes, as the function will only return the most common outcome. When there are more than two possible outcomes, the MODE.MULT function will return the median.
There are a few similar formulae to MODE.MULT in Google Sheets. One is MODE.SUM, which calculates the mode of a given range of numbers and returns the result as a sum. Another is MODE.AVG, which calculates the mode of a given range of numbers and returns the result as an average. Finally, there is MODE.VAR, which calculates the mode of a given range of numbers and returns the result as a variance.