I have been given the mean of 94 and the standard deviation of 7.25.  How do I find the median?
asked Jan 26, 2013 in Statistics Answers by anonymous

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"meen" is krat werd for averaej=sum/(number av numbers)

the "median" is the middel number...yu gotta SORT the numbers & find the

1 in the middel.  But if hav even number av numbers, gotta get 2 in middel

& get averaej av em 2.

yu hav averaej=94 & std deviashun=7.25

Me thank yu DONT hav nuf info... dont hav number av numbers

prosess...step 1...get varians=sum av the square av (number -averaej)

step 2: varians=abuv sum/(number av numbers)

step3: std deviashun=root(varians)

even if yu had (number av numbers) me thank yu stil hav a problem

the "median" gotta bi 1 av the input numbers or

averaej av 2 av the input numbers

how yu gonna get that wen yu dont hav NE input numbers?
answered Jan 27, 2013 by anonymous
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