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How do you find the median of a histogram?
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How do you find the median of a histogram?
Area on a histogram is proportional to the frequency so since the median is the middle value, you can find the total area of the histogram and divide it by 2. Then you need to find where on the x-axis is the halfway point of the area, and this will be your median. I recommend you watch some videos on this if this doesn't make sense.

This is tricky so have a go at a question and let us know if you get stuck. But make sure you show us what you've done e.g. attach a picture of your histogram/working.
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