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Find the median of the following data: 25, 46, 53, 21, 40, 6, 20, 15, 23, 33, 17, 25

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  1. kymber
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    The median is the middle number, Put them in order & then find the middle one. If there's two them find the average of them.

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  2. daijagattison
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    A. 27 B. 25 C. 24 D. 46 A. 27 B. 25 C. 24 D. 46

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  3. kymber
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    Okaay..

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  4. daijagattison
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    what is it

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  5. kymber
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    You tell me!

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  6. daijagattison
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    idkk

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  7. kymber
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    Step one: Put numbers in order from least to greatest Can you do this?

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  8. math456
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    put those #'s in order.. ascending order..

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  9. daijagattison
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    nope

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  10. math456
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    6, 15, 17, 21, 23, 25, 25, 33, 40, 46, 53..

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  11. kymber
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    Yes you can. Do it now. Then find the middle number. This is a help site, not an answers site.

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  12. daijagattison
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    i got two numbers

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  13. math456
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    add those middle #'s and divide it by 2.

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  14. kymber
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    Okay, you add those numbers up & then divide them by two. This is called finding the average.

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