How do you determine the median of a data set

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You determine the median by listing the numbers(data) in order from least to greasiest and if it’s a odd number amount of numbers, it’s the middle number of the data set. If it’s a even number it’s the two middle numbers added together and divided by 2

E.g (data with odd number amount)

1,3,4,1,2,4,3

Step 1: List the numbers in order. ——-> 1,1,2,3,3,4

Now you look at the data and tell which is the middle number. If you have trouble trying to find the middle number, spilt the data into two equal pieces. Such as this 1,1,2 3 3,3,4. This way you can clearly tell that 3 is the middle number.
So the median is 3.

E.g (data with even number amount)

3,1,3.2,5,4,

Step 1: List the numbers in order.——->1,2,3,3,4,5

Step 2: Spilt the data into two equal groups. Since it’s even, it has to have TWO middle numbers. 1,2 3,3 4,5. Now you can see the TWO middle numbers. 3 and 3. Last step is to add both together which is 6 and divided by 2 which gives you 3 as the median.

Hope this helped.
If you have two medians from the data, then you get the 2 and add them together and then divide them by 2 to get your one median. Good luck!
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Set them from least to greatest and remove one from each side until you find the middle number! If you're left with 2, add them both and divide by 2.

Step-by-step explanation:

If there is an even number of numbers, the median is the average of the two numbers in the middle.

Step-by-step explanation:

To find the median of any set of numbers, put them in order from smallest to greatest. If a number occurs more than once, list it more than once. The number in the middle is the median. If there is an even number of numbers, the median is the average of the two numbers in the middle. For your first example, we line them up: 3, 6, 6.

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The meadian of a data set is the number in between all of the numbers.

Step-by-step explanation: For example, you havent put any numbers so ill just use 1-10. so you first list all the numbers in order, grom smallest to biggest. then find the muddle number

The meadian of a data set is the number in between all of the numbers.

Step-by-step explanation: For example, you havent put any numbers so ill just use 1-10. so you first list all the numbers in order, grom smallest to biggest. then find the muddle number



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