median point


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median point

[′med·ē·ən ‚pȯint]
(mathematics)
The point at which all three medians of a triangle intersect.
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(9) Length of the cranium from the most aboral point on the vertex of the cranium in the median plane to the median point of the parietofrontal suture A-Br (Akrokranion Bregma).
The median point (n) = 0.65, the lower boundary (1) = 0.25 and the upper boundary (k) = 0.98 as shown in equation 1,2 and 3 as represented in equation 4, 5 and 6.
The minimum distance at the median point is then the sum of the absolute values of the magnitudes of the points (houses) to the left and right of the median point.
Take a median point, with half the stones laid, which is reached at the 48th tier.
The consumer index in December 2000 stood at 64.6 (100 being the median point), the lowest point since November 1998.
median point on their march from Babylon toward the hills of Armenia,
MYR is invariant to labor force participation levels beyond the median point (i.e., in the tail of the distribution).
At the 50 percent point in Exhibit 4, the median point, one-half of the agencies fall below the $176 value and one-half above it.
One is called distribution shift, which is a significant move in the median point above or below a long-term midpoint without a change in range values.
where: is taken to be lower boundary; n is median point and k is upper boundary, n [not equal to] 1, k [not equal to] n;