How do we find median of given numbers ?

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First we need to arrange numbers in increasing order. The value of middle term will be the MEDIAN. In case no. Of terms is odd then the middle term will be (n+1)/2, n being number of terms. But in case no of terms or n is even then there are two middle terms 1) n/2 and 2) n/2 +1. The mean of the value... read more

First we need to arrange numbers in increasing order. The value of middle term will be the MEDIAN. In case no. Of terms is odd then the middle term will be (n+1)/2, n being number of terms. But in case no of terms or n is even then there are two middle terms 1) n/2 and 2) n/2 +1. The mean of the value of these two middle terms will be the MEDIAN.

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It's simple... Use the formula of (n+1)÷2 N- no of terms
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U got to arrange the numbers in ascending order and then : - If number of numbers(n) is even then n/2th and (n/2 +1) term are the median. - If n is odd then simply( (n+1)/2)th term comes out to be the median. Hope it helps
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It is simple Use n+1/2
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First yu hav to put those no in order. After that if total no is in odd then yu hav to use (n+1÷2). Or if no is in even then use n/2 & n/2 +1 is yur medain .hope it will hlp u
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Use formula n+1/2....if total terms are odd....n is position of the term..
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For odd number of terms use (n+1)/2 For even number of terms use n/2
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Just arrange no. In ascending order and middle no is answer 0r (N+1)/2 ..formula use.
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Arrange the nos in increasing order then if 'N' is the total number of terms then, (N+1)/2.......... If N is Odd, N/2 and (N/2+1)........... If N is Even
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First we need to arrange numbers in increasing order. The value of middle term will be the median In case no. Of terms is odd then the middle term will be (n+1)/2, n being number of terms. But in case no of terms or n is even then there are two middle terms 1) n/2 and 2) n/2 +1. The mean of the value... read more

First we need to arrange numbers in increasing order. The value of middle term will be the median

In case no. Of terms is odd then the middle term will be (n+1)/2, n being number of terms.

But in case no of terms or n is even then there are two middle terms 1) n/2 and 2) n/2 +1. The mean of the value of these two middle terms will be the Median

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