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posted by pat .
i need help with this problem .please! show me how to do it. What is the median for the following number? 11,30,24,20,15,31,32,20,18,29.
thank you!

Arrange those numbers in order. The middle number is the median.
Since you have an even number of numbers, the median is halfway between the 5th and 6th numbers. 
can you check my answer it's 20 is the median. my next question how do you solve this problem . what is the median of the following number? 24,99,101,93,14,29?
here my answer i add 29+93=122
than i divid it by 2=6.29 please correct me if i;m wrong thanks!! 
The fifth number is 20; the sixth is 24. What is half way between 20 and 24? That's the median.
For the second problem, how can 6.29 be half way between 29 and 93??
93  29 = 64
64/2 = 32
29 + 32 = 61 
thank you ms.sue now i'm kind of get better understanding than last time since , you told me more about this problem. thank you again!!

You're welcome, Pat.
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