all 49% of it.
Seen via math-fail.com
I was curious about the source and google pointed me here.
To restore our sanity, here’s a neat problem from the 2012 AMC 8:
Let R be a set of 9 distinct integers. Six of the elements are 2, 3, 4, 6, 9 and 14. What is the number of possible values of the median of R.