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**MTH301 MIDTERM SOLVED PAPERS GET PDF PAPERS FILES FROM THE BELOW LINK: ** An important point to note here is the criterion for assigning weights. Weights can be assigned in a number of ways depending on the situation and problem domain. Another measure of central tendency we will discuss is the median. Let’s understand this concept with an example.

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**MTH301 MIDTERM PAST PAPERS BY MOAAZ:** So we note that in this example the weighted average gives exactly the same answer as we acquired earlier. Obviously, the weighing process leads us to the correct answer in the situation we are in have data that cannot be considered such that each value should be given equal weight.

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The median is defined as the value that divides a data set into two halves, one half containing observations greater than and the other half less than it. More precisely, the median is the value at or below which 50% of the data lies. **MTH301 MIDTERM SOLVED PAPERS BY MOAAZ:** Let’s return to the problem of the “average” number of floors in downtown buildings. We saw that the arithmetic mean was skewed towards several extremely high values in this series and became unrepresentative.