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# If n is odd, what is the median?

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If n is odd, then the median is equal to the (n+1)/2 th observation within the dataset once ordered. This is as opposed to when the dataset contains an even number of observations, where the median is equal to the mean of the n/2 th and (n+2)/2 th observation in the dataset once ordered.

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