The table below gives the total spectator attendance for various U.S. sports in 1997.
Sport Attendance (millions)
Pro Baseball 64.9
College Basketball (Menâ??s) 27.7
College Basketball (Womenâ??s) 6.7
Pro Basketball (Menâ??s) 21.7
College Football 36.9
Pro Football 14.8
Pro Hockey 17.1
Determine to the nearest tenth the median of these attendance numbers.
If the observations of an ungrouped data are arranged in increasing or decreasing order of their magnitude, a value which divides these ordered observations into two equal parts is called the median of the data. It is denoted by M.
If the number of observations (n) is an odd ...
Steps to determine to the nearest tenth the median of these attendance numbers are clearly indicated.