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Find the median. 12, 8, 5, 6, 1, 10, 13, 11

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is median average?
put them in order 1 to 13 and find the middle number no the median the middle number
nooo mean is the average ok.

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Median is 6&1 right?
ohh ok
arrange in chronologically ascending order.... in case of odd no. of terms there is one term at mid which is median, and otherwise, in even no. of terms it is the middle 2 terms.. 1, 5 ,6 ,8 ,10, 11, 12, 13 here 8 terms, so mdeians are 8 and 10!!
sooo do u multiply?
nah.. u just have two median values... it just means middle most values from a series of ascending terms in a pile of data.
you add the two middle numbers 8 and 10 divide by 2
ok so is it 9?
18 \[\div\] 2

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