Finding the Median 2
Set 2 (10 Questions)
Students organize, represent, and interpret numerical and categorical data and clearly communicate their findings. Know the concepts of mean, median, and mode; compute and compare simple examples to show that they may differ.
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Finding the Median Help Slide 1
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Finding the Median Help Slide 3
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Finding the Median Help Slide 5
Finding the Median Help Slide 6
1. Which choice below is the median for the set of values shown?
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Remember, to find the median here, add the middle two values, then divide by two.
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2. Which choice below is the median for the set of values shown?
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1 point
Remember, to find the median here, add the middle two values, then divide by two.
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3. Which choice below is the median for the set of values shown?
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4. Which choice below is the median for the set of values shown?
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5. On the line below, enter the median for the set of values shown.
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1 point
Your answer
6. On the line below, enter the median for the set of values shown.
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1 point
Your answer
7. On the line below, enter the median for the set of values shown.
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1 point
Your answer
8. On the line below, enter the median for the set of values shown.
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1 point
Your answer
9. On the line below, enter the median for the set of values shown.
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1 point
Your answer
10. On the line below, enter the median for the set of values shown.
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1 point
Your answer
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