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# Amount Earned/Day $96$84 $80$70 $48  post reply Question banks Downloads My Bookmarks Reviews Important topics Author Message Intern Joined: 12 Dec 2005 Posts: 9 Location: Singapore Followers: 0 Kudos [?]: 0 [0], given: 0 Amount Earned/Day$96 $84$80 $70$48  [#permalink]

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Amount Earned/Day $96$84 $80$70 $48 No of days 4 7 4 3 2 A Student worked for 20 days. For each of the amounts shown in the first two rows of the table, the second row gives the no of days that the student earned that amount. What is the median amount of money that the student earned per day for the 20 days. a.$96
b. $84 c.$80
d. $70 e.$48

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13 Apr 2006, 16:25
The median is the "middle" number in a set. If the set of numbers is even, then it is the average of the two middle numbers.

Easiest surest way to solve this is honestly to just quickly write out the set:

96,96,96,96,84,84,84,84,84,84,84,80,80,80,80,70,70,70,48,48

The two middle numbers are 84 and 84. Therefore, the answer is B.

There may be an easier way, but this took less than a minute as long as you understand the concept.
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