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if 5 is added to each observation of data what will be the difference in the median

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  1. it will also increase by 5.

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  2. Doubt

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  3. If 5 are added to each observation of the data, what will be the difference in the
    Median?

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  4. 5

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  5. It's answer is 5

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  6. 5n/n=5

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  7. If 5 is added to each observation of the data what will be the difference in the median

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  8. what will be answer

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  9. The answer will be 5.

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  10. REAL ANSWER :- IF 5 ARE ADDED TO EACH OBSERVATIONS OF THE DATA, THEN EACH VALUE WILL BE INCREASED BY 5.

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