Given a sorted matrix of size n*n. Calculate the mean and median of the matrix .
Input : 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Output :Mean: 5 Median: 5 Input : 1 1 1 2 2 2 4 4 4 Output :Mean: 2 Median: 2
Mean of matrix is = (sum of all elements of matrix)/ (total elements of matrix) Note that this definition doesn't require matrix to be sorted and works for all matrices. Median of a sorted matrix is calculated as: 1. When n is odd median is mat[n/2][n/2] 2. When n is even, median is average of middle two elements. Middle two elements can be found at indexes a[(n-2)/2][n-1] and a[n/2]
If given matrix is unsorted, we can find its median by first sorting the matrix.
Mean : 8.5 Median : 8.5
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