Lesson Worksheet: The Median of a Data Set Mathematics • 6th Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice finding and interpreting the median of a data set.

Q1:

Find the median of the values 6816619,,,,and.

Q2:

Find the median of the values 135910215,,,,,and.

Q3:

What is the median of the following numbers: 11, 11, 8, 8, 9, 9?

Q4:

Calculate the median of the values 2.9,5.4,5.1,3.7,3.4,1.9,6.1,8.1,12.4,2.6,8.85.5,and.

Q5:

Mason’s game scores were 6, 2, 2, 4, 9, 5, and 8. Determine the median.

Q6:

Find the median number of laps that Charlotte ran this week.

Q7:

Elizabeth has the following data: 10, 8, 7, 9, 𝑚.

If the median is 8, which number could 𝑚 be?

  • A8.5
  • B7
  • C9
  • D10
  • E9.5

Q8:

Given that the median of the values 𝑥+9, 𝑥+3, and 𝑥+15 is 13, determine the value of 𝑥.

Q9:

Given that the median of the values 𝑎4, 𝑎+6, 𝑎3, 𝑎+7, and 𝑎+9 is 30, determine the value of 𝑎.

Q10:

Find the median for the set of data in this table.

AmountTallyFrequency
157
358
501
754
905

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