median value

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Noun1.median value - the value below which 50% of the cases fall
statistics - a branch of applied mathematics concerned with the collection and interpretation of quantitative data and the use of probability theory to estimate population parameters
average, norm - a statistic describing the location of a distribution; "it set the norm for American homes"
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The rest are near the median value or below and a quarter are among the least valuable homes.
24 cents per 1,000 of assessed value for the existing bond, or about $117 per year for a house assessed at the median value in 2017, district documents show.
During that time frame, the median value of combined 401(k) and IRA assets fell almost 17% to $40,000 for households headed by someone age 35 to 44 and declined 3% to $97,000 where the head of household was between 45 and 54.
They then applied that rate to a house worth $178,600, the median value for a U.
The median value of new homes in central Arkansas fell in 2014 to $170,912, a recent Metroplan report says.
The median home price is $75,000 the median dwelling age is 14 years, the median value of home equity is $147,733.
But since the median value of a home in Denver is $313,800, a 20% down payment equaled $62,760, a 10% down payment was $31,380 and even a 3% down payment for a loan with Federal Housing Administration insurance equaled $9,414.
2], and CO inside different classroom in preschools with the prevalence of respiratory symptoms was established using median value.
The maximum value for a full power outlet in the auction for Sioux Falls is $8M, with an anticipated median value of $2M.
In a data set with an odd number of data, the median value is the true middle value.
The national home value growth continued to level off in January and its home value index rose to a median value of USD178,500, an increase of 0.