RD Sharma Chapter 24 Class 9 Maths Exercise 24.3 Solutions can be obtained from here. All these solutions for Class 9 Exercise 24.3 have been made in accordance with the present CBSE syllabus. In short, the solutions have been prepared, keeping the preparation aspects of the students in mind. As one can expect very similar questions in the examination as per these, it can be claimed to be effective for scoring well. Moreover, the solutions can be helpful in terms of solving the questions in the quickest time. At the same time, solving the questions, these solutions can also be useful for the students in terms of having a greater understanding of the concepts. Specifically, the section helps students understand the concept of the median of the ungrouped data.

These RD Sharma Solutions for Class 9 Maths Chapter 24 Exercise 24.3 has been prepared primarily based on the Median topic. It has also been prepared following the Median of an ungrouped data topic.

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Solutions for Class 9 Maths Chapter 24 Measure of Central Tendency Exercise 24.3

## Important Definitions RD Sharma Chapter 24 Class 9 Maths Exercise 24.3 Solutions

This exercise is based on the topics-

- Median
- Median of an ungrouped data

### Median

Median is considered the middle figure in a set of numbers, be it in sorted, increasing, or decreasing order. These numbers can be a way lot elaborative of the set of data compared to average. When the amount of numbers present is odd, the median value is the number that remains there in the middle, having an equivalent amount of numbers remaining under and above.

### Median of an ungrouped data

The Median of ungrouped data can be defined both for even and odd numbers. In fact, the formula differs for even and odd.

**When n is odd, the Median of ungrouped data becomes-**

Median = [(n+1)/2]th observation

**When n is even, the Median of ungrouped data becomes**

Median = mean of (n/2)th observation and [(n/2)+1]th observation, if n is even.

### Examples of RD Sharma Chapter 24 Class 9 Maths Exercise 24.3 Solutions

**Ques- Find the median of the below data:**

**83, 37, 70, 29, 45, 63, 41, 70, 34, 54**

**Solution-**

Arranging the below numbers in ascending order:

29 , 34 , 37 , 41 , 45 , 54 , 63 , 70 , 70 , 83

Here, Total number of terms = n = 10 (even)

**Ques- Find the median of the below data:**

**133 , 73 , 89 , 108 , 94 , 104 , 94 , 85 , 100 , 120**

**Solution-**

Arranging the numbers in ascending order:

73 , 85 , 89 ,94 , 94 , 100 , 104 , 108 , 120 , 133

Here, total number of terms = n = 10 (even)

**Ques- Find the median of the below data:**

**31 , 38 , 27 , 28 , 36 , 25 , 35 , 40**

**Solution-**

Arranging the numbers in ascending order

25 , 27 , 28 , 31 , 35 , 36 , 38 , 40

Here, total number of terms = n = (even) 8