Median Worksheets

These free Median Worksheets allow students to focus on mastering one skill at a time.  If you feel that your students are ready to tackle the other measures of central tendency (and range), then check out my Mean/Median/Mode/Range worksheets.

This set of Median worksheets is designed to allow students to progress from simple single-digit data sets with definite medians to more challenging decimal data sets.  They also work well if you use differentiated instruction in your class.

Median Worksheet #1  – This is a 10 problem worksheet where students will find the median of a simple set of data.  All of the data sets feature whole numbers and are odd-numbered.  Students should have no trouble putting the data in order and selecting the definite median.

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Median Worksheet #2  – This is a 10 problem worksheet where students will find the median of a simple set of data.  There is a mixture of even and odd-numbered data sets, so students will identify both whole number medians and medians like “3.5”.

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Median Worksheet #3  – This is a 10 problem worksheet where students will order data sets featuring both integers and decimals. Students with a fair knowledge of decimals should have no trouble ordering sets like (0.10, 0.2, 0.9, 0.6, 0.8, 0.4).

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Median Worksheet #4  – This is a 10 problem worksheet where students will order data sets featuring both integers and decimals. Students will likely need to add zeroes as decimal place holders in some of the sets.  Here’s and example of a typical problem : (0.5, 0.05, 0.005. 5, 0.05).

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