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Christian Lawson-Perfect 2 years, 2 months ago
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A good simple question.
Here's a simpler way of making sure you've got a unique mode: generate a random set of 19 values. Find a modal value of that set (there might be more than one), and add another instance of that value to get a list of 20 items with a unique mode.
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