There is no direct relationship between the range and the median. So knowing that your median is 20 does not automatically give you the range. The median is just the middle value. That does not tell you what the first and last values are, which is what you need to know to find the range. The median of 19, 20 and 21 is 20, and the range is 2. The median of 4, 20 and 79 is also 20, but the range is 75. The median of 8, 16, 17, 23, 50 and 320 is also 20, but the range is 312. So, as you can see, the Median in no way can tell you what the range will be. You need to know what all of the numbers are, or at least the lowest and highest to know the range.
The range is 20, the median is 80, and the mode is 80.
Mean = 12 Median = 9 Range = 12
Mean: 15.5 Median: 16.5 Mode: 20 Range: 15
What is the answer
Mean: 27.83 Median: 16.5 Mode: 14, 19, 20, 9, 101, 4 Range: 97
You add the two numbers in the middle of your range and then you divide them by two, or just find the number that is halfway between the two numbers, and you then have your median.
The median is 8.5. The mode is 8. The range is 14.
what is a range for median annual earnings
A single number, such has, 7152484654452062 can have only one mean, median, mode. And the range is 0.
The median is the middle number of a set when they are in order, least to greatest. If there is an even number of values, the median is the average of the middle two. Ex. 10, 17, 20, 45, 68 The median is 20.
No because the range , median, and mode are all diffrent things to find the range subtract the largest and smallest number in the list , to find the median list the numbers in order then cross them out with pairs at the end and beginning of the list, and to find the MODE you just look at the number that appears there MOST times. O.K.