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# The temperatures in degree celcius recorded were 10, 5, -2,

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28 Apr 2006, 00:08
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The temperatures in degree celcius recorded were 10, 5, -2, -1, -5 and 15. What is the median?

-2
-1
2
3
5
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28 Apr 2006, 00:39
getzgetzu wrote:
The temperatures in degree celcius recorded were 10, 5, -2, -1, -5 and 15. What is the median?

-2
-1
2
3
5

is 3

since the median values are -1 and 5 and then mean of that is 3
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28 Apr 2006, 02:18
The Median shud be 2

U correctly identified 5 and -1

Adding the two values and dividing by 2

(5-1)/2 = 4/2!

Hence 2!

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28 Apr 2006, 02:27
sm176811 wrote:
The Median shud be 2

U correctly identified 5 and -1

Adding the two values and dividing by 2

(5-1)/2 = 4/2!

Hence 2!

whats the OA?

ur right, i made a silly mistake
28 Apr 2006, 02:27
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