A median of a triangle is a line that joins a vertex of the triangle
to the midpoint of the opposite edge. It divides the triangle into
two regions of equal area.
In statistics, the median of a set of data is the numeric value
separating the higher half of a collection of numbers from the
lower half. It divides the data into two parts of equal size.
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