# How do you find the median of 28 numbers?

## How do you find the median of 28 numbers?

Note: If you have an even set of numbers, average the middle two to find the median. For example, the median of this set of numbers is 28.5 (28 + 29 / 2).

**Which measure of central tendency is most stable?**

mean

**Can the mean and the median be the same?**

In a perfectly symmetrical distribution, the mean and the median are the same.

### Why use the mean instead of median?

When you have a normally distributed sample you can legitimately use both the mean or the median as your measure of central tendency. The more skewed the distribution, the greater the difference between the median and mean, and the greater emphasis should be placed on using the median as opposed to the mean.

**What does it mean when the median is higher than the mean?**

skewed

**Is a higher or lower mean better?**

It shows how much variation there is from the average (mean). A low SD indicates that the data points tend to be close to the mean, whereas a high SD indicates that the data are spread out over a large range of values. On the other hand, you would expect the SD of scores from a mixed-ability class to be higher.

## What does positively skewed mean?

Understanding Skewness These taperings are known as “tails.” Negative skew refers to a longer or fatter tail on the left side of the distribution, while positive skew refers to a longer or fatter tail on the right. The mean of positively skewed data will be greater than the median.

**What is the difference between median income and average income?**

Median income is the exact middle income earned by someone in a job or career field. Average income is the mathematical mean of all incomes for that position. In most cases, these income levels are very close, though especially high or low salaries can cause the average to be higher or lower than the median income.

**What yearly income is middle class?**

Pew Research defines middle-income Americans as those whose annual household income is two-thirds to double the national median (adjusted for local cost of living and household size). For a family of three, that ranges from $40,100 to $120,400 for 2018 incomes in a recent Pew study.

### What is the average income in US 2020?

Summary of key findings. The average U.S. household income is $87,864, and the median is $61,937. Asian households have the highest median income — $87,243 — among all other races. Women earn a median income of $42,238 while men earn $52,004.

**What is considered upper class 2020?**

Pew defines the upper class as adults whose annual household income is more than double the national median. That’s after incomes have been adjusted for household size, since smaller households require less money to support the same lifestyle as larger ones. For lower-income households, it was $25,624.

**Is 100k good salary in USA?**

So basically, an individual earning $100,000/year has almost twice as much money to spend as the average household. You would be extremely comfortable by nearly any standard of living, in nearly any part of the country. Put it this way: the median household income in the US was $51,000 in late 2013*.