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Python Classwork: Number Stats, Part 2
Copy your "NumberStatsPart1.py" program into a new file named
"NumberStatsPart2.py".  Then, in addition to displaying the sum and
mean of the numbers, you will also need to display both the range
and the median of the list of integers.  This means that you will
need to store the numbers in a list, and then numerically sort the
numbers after the user has finished entering them.

The range of a list of numbers is the difference between the
largest number and smallest number in the list.  The median is the
middle number when the list is arranged in numerical order.  If
the list contains an even number of integers, then the median is
the average of the two middle numbers when the list is in order.

As was the case with part #1, your program does not need to
perform any error trapping.  That is, you may once again assume
that the user will enter only integers.

Your program's output should be formatted in a manner similar to
what is shown below.  You may put all of your code into the main
area of the program.  Your program should not import or use any
external functions.

Example Program Run #1
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You did not enter any numbers.  Goodbye!

Example Program Run #2
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The sum of your numbers is:  36
The average of your numbers is:  5.14
The range of your numbers is:  4
The median of your numbers is:  5

Example Program Run #3
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The sum of your numbers is:  14
The average of your numbers is:  7
The range of your numbers is:  20
The median of your numbers is:  7

Example Program Run #4
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The sum of your numbers is:  22
The average of your numbers is:  5.5
The range of your numbers is:  13
The median of your numbers is:  4.5

Example Program Run #5
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