Take the average of the medians -- Add together, then divide by two.
If the two medians you have are the same then that will be your answer but in the case of two different medians you will need to find the middle of them. e.g. if u have 13 and 15 your answer will be 14 because it is exactly in the middle but for two medians such as 7 and 10 your median will be 7.5
Then all you do is add those two medians and then divide them by 2.
you add the two medians together and divide them by 2
If you have 2 medians, add them together, and divide by 2.
Go halfway between the two. If your two medians are, say, 27 and 29, the median is 28 :)
you go to the middle of those two numbers so if the 2 medians are 75 and 77 then the median is 76.
Add the two and divide by two.
Average the two.
you take both of the medians and find the average at the end add them together
you find the average of them
If they are the same, just use it
Then write them both down.... That is what I would do although I'm not sure if you have to find a number that is inbetween the 2 medians?!?
If there are to medians in a math problem you have to add them both and divide by 2
you need to add together
If you have 2 medians you have to add them both together and then divide by 2 then you have your median!!
You take the arithmetic mean of the two middle values.
it is the intersection of the medians of two cords!
You have to add them together, then you divide them by two.
You take the average of the two medians. This average is then you median
Any triangle has 3 medians Another answer (depending on what you are looking for) is that a triangle has concurrent medians (which means all three medians intersect at a single point).
The angle between any two medians, in the same context is 120 degrees. The angle in the opposite context is 60 degrees.
Find the average of both medians to find 'the median'.
Intersection of Medians-Centroid Intersection of Altitudes-Orthocentre