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Q: What happens to the median when you come up with two answer?

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You take the arithmetic mean of the middle two numbers.

you add them both up and divide by two. that will be the exact median.

Average them. Add them up and divide by two.

put them in order and the middle one is the median

Average the middle two, that is, add them up and divide by two.

For a median, one will only be dealing with one or two numbers at the middle of a set of values.Where there is one middle number in a set of data (an odd number of values), that middle number is used as the median.For example, the median of the set {1, 3, 5, 7, 9} is 5.Where there are two middle numbers in a set of data (an even number of values, the average of the two numbers in the middle represents the median.For example, the median of the set {2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7} is the average of 4 and 5, or 4.5.

It's what happens when two tectonic plates come together and push against each other. Like what happens when you take two pieces of paper, push them together, and see them come up like mountains

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it messes up the mean and sometimes the median. * * * * * An outlier cannot mess up the median.

it goes up by two.

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To find the mean, you all them all up and divide by how many ever there are. To find the median, you put them in order and the middle one is the median. If there are an even number of data, you take the two in the middle, add them together, then divide by 2.

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