π Hey guys! Today, we’re talking about how to calculate the median when there are an even number of values in a distribution. This is an important statistical tool used to describe a set of data. Let’s dive in!

First, let’s talk about what the median is. The** median** is the middle value in a dataset when the values are listed in order. It’s a measure of central tendency that gives us an idea of what a “typical” value in the data set is. π

Now, what happens when there’s an even number of values in the dataset? π€ In that case, you can’t just pick the middle value – there are two values in the middle! So, to find the median, you take the average of the two middle values.

- For example, let’s say you have a dataset of 6 numbers: 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, and 11. To find the median, you would list the values in order: 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11. Since there are 6 values, you can’t just pick the middle one. Instead, you take the average of the two middle values, which are 5 and 7. The median would be (5+7)/2 = 6.

So there you have it! π To find the median when there is an even number of values in a distribution, just take the average of the two middle values. This gives us a better idea of what a “typical” value in the data set is. Keep practicing, guys! π¨βππ©βπ