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Q: What is the median of 65 and 90?

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Median of the set = arithmetic mean of 75 and 85 = 80

It is: (76+83)/2 = 79.5

Median = middle number = mean of 65 & 66 which is 65.5.

The median of a single observation is the value of that observation. So the median of 90 is 90. Not much point in going to all that trouble, but there you go.

The median of the numbers 93 90 90 75 70 68 is 82.5.

65

The median of those numbers is 90.

65 is the median,

The mode, median, and range of a single data point such as 65 are all the data point itself, 65 in this instance.

It is 90, the value halfway between the two middle values.

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