You will need to put the ungrouped data in ascending or descending order. If you have an odd number of data values the formula for the median value is (n+1)/2. Example my data in
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Order the data in increasing order. Assume there are n values. If n is odd, the median is x[n/2+1] For example, if n=9, the median is x[9/2+1] = x[5] If n is even, the median is (
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For ungrouped data, you just have to arrange them in ascending order. Then, select the middle element in the arrangement. If there are two items as the middle, find their average.
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