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Median

In a data set, the value that half the data points fall below and half the data points fall above. It is used along with the mean; it is not as influenced by extreme values as the mean.

median

The middle number of a series. See also mean, which includes examples.

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There, 44 condos were sold at a median price of $3,280,897.
BRR attributes the slight drop in Ada median home price to increases in existing homes on the market each month since March with a spike from 765 in June to 917 in July.
Homes in Elmira had been on the market for a median of 97.5 days in March, just over a month longer than the national median.
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Women's median hourly rate is 6.1% higher than men's.
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