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heres another problem can someone correct it for me...

find the median of:

8,10,26,23,31,34

This is what i did i place them in order from smallest to larger number then i made both sides equal so then i am left with two numbers in the middle wihich would be 23 and 26 so i added them up and divided them by 2 :

23+26/2 = 49/2 = 24.5 this would be my median.

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