take the two middle numbers and find the sum. then take half and that's your median.
You take those numbers and find the median number of those say you got 6 and 8, The median would be 7. If the two numbers were 6 and 6, The median would be 6. If the two numbers are 6 and 7, the median would be 6.5
6 is the median of 10 numbers
yes, there can be. Just find the median like you normally would, except when you get to the middle 2 numbers, add them together, and divide by 2. This is the median.
To find the median of a group of numbers, you would need to find the middle number of the whole group. 1 6 8 9 7 2 1 Here is the (example) group of numbers that you will find the Median in. Simply cross out numbers on each side of the set of numbers until you are left with a reamaining number. This is your Median. 1 6 8 9 7 2 1
It is then the [arithmetic] mean of the two number. The sam applies if you have 6 numbers. The median is the mean of the 3rd and 4th numbers (in order).
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There would be no median.
when you have an even amount of numbers while trying to find the median, you first find the two numbers that are at the median and then take all the numbers between them and find the median of that. if that amount of digits is also even, then you must have a decimal median.
to find the median in a set of numbers you have to order them from the smallest to the largest and find the middle value e.g. 2,4,3,7,1 1,2,3,4,7 the median is 3
To find the median, you add up the set of numbers and divide that answer by the total number of numbers that are in the set. For this question, the answer is 318/6 = 53
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.