Q: How do you reduce the fraction 128 over 144 to its lowest term?

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A whole number, one that doesn't have a fraction in it For example: five and one-sixth is not a integer number five by itself is

85 91 48 98 99 91 90 84 91 To find the median, first rearrange the numbers in rank order. That is from lowest to highest. Hence 48,84,85,90,91,91,91,98,99. Next we notice that there are nine terms. To find the median we than take the absolute middle term. In this case it is '91'. There are four terms to the left and right of the median term. NB If you had left the numbers in the original order, the median would have been '99', which is incorrect. NNB As an aside the MODE is also '91'. However, in this case it is found by looking for the term that occurs most frequently. In this case there are three lots of '91' , but only one of each other term. Hope that helps !!!!

The correct answer is Monomial , but you can say Term

first quartile (Q1) : Total number of term(N)/4 = Nth term third quartile (Q3): 3 x (N)/4th term

The term probability is related to genetics because they both give guesses about how something that might be the outcome of something

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