posted by Anonymous on .
i don't really rememver what do do when u have a problem with two medains.=(
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Add the two medians together then divide by 2.
If your question relates to statistics, any distribution of scores can only have one median — the point at which 50% of the scores have a lower value and 50% of the scores have a higher value.
If the median lies between two scores, then the value of the median can be found by dividing the sum of the two scores by two, as Emily indicated. Essentially, this is finding the mean of the two scores. However, the two scores themselves are not "medians."
I hope this helps. If not, repost your question in more specific terms. Thanks for asking.