Many exams are organized as power tests which are designed from easiest questions to difficult ones, therefor we have two halves which are not equable.
Yes. One sixth is one half of one third to be exact. Two-sixths are equal to one-third, three-sixths is a half, four-sixths is two-thirds, five-sixths is exactly what it is, and six-sixths is a whole.
When the median has two numbers, you add the two together and divide by 2 . The median doesn't really have 'two numbers'; you are talking about finding the median of a set of numbers that contains an even number of numbers. The median is half-way between the two.
The middle value so half the data is above it and half the data is below it. It is often used because extreme values tend to affect it less than other measures of central tendency. If you have an even number of data points, the median is the mean of those two points. ( So you add the two values and divided by two)
The answer depends on what is meant by "two in a half". To most English-speaking people it has no meaning.
200 meters=20,000 centimeters
Two and a half centimeters.
Two thousand centimeters
Two meters = 200 centimeters
In the metric system "centi" means 100 and "milli" means 1000. Therefore there are 100 "centi"meters in a meter. So if you multiply the number of meters by a "centi" and you will get the number of centimeters.
36.2 centimeters equals 0.362 meters
2 meters = 200 centimeters
6.35 centimeters = 2.5 inches