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What is the median of 54 and 72?


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Answered 2009-10-23 21:37:35

Median is: (54+72)/2 = 63.

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i am pretty show the median means the average and to work that out you do 53 + 54 and divide the result by 2 (the amount of number there)


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If you mean 75% of 72 then it is 54


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