the middle number in a set of numbers, taken as the average of the two middle numbers when the set has an even amount of numbers: 4 is the median of 1, 3, 4, 8, 9.
Median is the middle number.
No. One number cannot have a median.
The median of a single number, such as 21618, is the number itself.
There is not a median for 1 number.
The median is the middle number. If there is an odd number of numbers in the set, the median is the middle number, and the only way to find the missing number is if the median is the missing number. If there is an even number of numbers in the set, the median is the average of the two middle numbers, and the only way to find the missing number is if the median is one of those two numbers. If it is, you can take the median and the one of the two numbers you know. Use the formula (# +#)/2=median and solve.
Any number can be a median, so for the correct set of values, 40 could be a median.
12131415161718192021. The median of any single number is just that number.
The median of a single number is the number itself. In this case, 164.375
Then that is the median. A median does not have to be a whole number. It can be a decimal number, even when the set of the numbers you are getting the median for are all whole numbers.
Yes, a median can be a negative number.
The median of a single number is itself!