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Problem 3 Easy Difficulty

Find the median of each set of numbers.
$$11,12,16,14,14,14,8,12,10,18$$

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13

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begin by putting all your numbers in order from least two greatest. Now begin canceling out. Make sure that you're keeping track of how many you cross out on either end as you don't want to get confused. We now have two numbers in the center. We have 12 and 14. What we need to do here is average, hm to take 12 plus 14 which is 26 divided by two. When you do this, you get 13. So thus the median is 13.

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