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1.42, 3.45, 7.01, 5.8, 6.22, 2.15
(Part A)
What is the median of this set?
(Part B)
Explain how you found your answer.

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Ms. Sue
Arrange the numbers in order.
1.42
2.15
3.45
5.8
6.22
7.01
The median is the middle number. Since there are six numbers, we take the average of the middle two numbers.
(3.46 + 5.8) / 2 = ?
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