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# Statistics: Median

In the following set of numbers, what is the median? >$$\{21, \ 55, \ 72, \ 68, \ 10, \ 45\}$$
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Correct. [[snippet]] Arrange the numbers in increasing order: >$$\{10, \ 21, \ 45, \ 55, \ 68, \ 72\}$$. Since 45 and 55 are the middle values, the median is >$$\text{Median} = \frac{45 + 55}{2} = \frac{100}{2} = 50$$.
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