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realsiege
 one year ago
how do i find a median class for grouped frequency? is (total freq+1)/2 correct,
or do i have to count manually?
(like 15 freq is 20 and 610 is 35, so i count each and find a middle point)
realsiege
 one year ago
how do i find a median class for grouped frequency? is (total freq+1)/2 correct, or do i have to count manually? (like 15 freq is 20 and 610 is 35, so i count each and find a middle point)

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kropot72
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1There is an animated explanation here: http://library.leeds.ac.uk/tutorials/mathssolutions/video_clips/stat_prob/averages/median_of_grouped_frequency_table.html
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