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Problem 4 Easy Difficulty

Find the median of each set of numbers.
$$26,30,38,67,59,21,17,85,22,22$$

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to begin, make sure that your numbers are in order from least two greatest. Then begin crossing out one on either side. Make sure that you're keeping track of which side you're on as you cross out, as you don't want to get confused, we now get to two numbers in the center. Because we have two numbers in the center, we have to average them. That is, add 26 30 together and then divide by two. When you do this, you will get 28 because you will get 56 56. Divided by two is 28. Thus, your median is 28.

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