Welcome to Catalytic, a blog to discuss the discussion of subject matter from Higher Education, High School, Middle School and Elementary Schools. This time Katalistiwa will discuss a question that is often asked in school exams. The questions are: **The median of the data is**

### Detailed discussion of the Median

- Me =data to ½ (n + 1)

To find the median from the question table above, we create another column with the title frequency cumulative (fk)

**f fk value**

5 3 **3**

6 5 3 + 5 = **8**

7 2 8 + 2 = **10**

8 4 10 + 4 = **14**

9 6 14 + 6 = **20**

**So lots of data **is **n=20**

From the table above, the meaning of fk is

- Value 5 is data 1 to 3
- Value 6 is data 4 to 8
- Value 7 is data 9th to 10th
- Value 8 is the 11th to 14th data
- Value 9 is the 15th to 20th data

**the median** is

=data to ½ (n + 1)

=to ½ (20 + 1)

= data to ½ (21)

= to 10.5

it means

**The median lies between the 10th and 11th**

= ½ (10th data + 11th data)

=½ (7 + 8)

= ½ (15)

=**7,5**

**Question Details**

**Class** : 9

**Course** : Mathematics

**Category** : Statistics

**Keywords** : The median of the data

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