When the median has two numbers, you add the two together and divide by 2 . The median doesn't really have 'two numbers'; you are talking about finding the median of a set of numbers that contains an even number of numbers. The median is half-way between the two.
if you are trying to find the median and there is two middle numbers, you add the two Numbers together and divide is by two.
You then add the two middle ones and divide by two to get the median. If the numbers are the same then that is your median.
0.39 is the median of the two numbers.
Arrange the numbers from smallest to greatest. The mean of the middle two numbers is the median.
Add the two numbers together. Divide the sum by 2. That is the median.
If the two numbers are the same value, then that is the median.
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.
If the two numbers are that same in the middle than the median is that number.However if the two numbers are different then you just find the average of those two numbers.
You would add the two numbers in the middle and divide them by two and the answer would be the median.
you find the two numbers in the middle and add them. divide the sum by two. that's the median.
It does not matter. Both are [or either is] the median.