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If there are 12 values in a data set, in order from smallest to largest, what is the median of the data set? A. The mean of the 6th and 7th values B. The 6th value C. The mean of the 5th and 6th values D. The 7th value

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    if n the number of terms in a data arranged in ascending order,then medium=(n+1)/2th term. if n is even then median is mean of n/2 th and{ (n/2)th+1} term.

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