Q: What is the median between 500 and 1 million?

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20 nickels = 1 dollar so 500 million nickels = 500 million / 20 = 25 million dollars.

1.5 million is one million 500 thousand, which is 1 500 000.

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2/3 of the median is between the centroid and the vertex, 1/3 between the centroid and the side.

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1 million = 1,000,000 → 5 hundred million = 500 × 1 million = 500 × 1,000,000 = 500,000,000

1 million = 1,000,000 → 5 hundred million = 500 × 1 million = 500 × 1,000,000 = 500,000,000

20 nickels = 1 dollar so 500 million nickels = 500 million / 20 = 25 million dollars.

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1.5 million is one million 500 thousand, which is 1 500 000.

Giga = 1 billion Mega = 1 million 5 Gb = 500 Mb * 10

You find the number right in between two numbers. Example: If you land in between 1 and 2, the median would be 1.5, or 1 and a half.

There is no median. Infinity is named so because there is no final number; numbers keep going on and on and on, so there can be no median between 1 and infinity. Or alternatively, half infinity

1 billion = 1,000 million 1/2 billion = 500 million

500 million