Write a function that takes three numbers as parameters, and returns the median value of those parameters as its result. Include a main program that reads three values from the user and displays their median.

Hint: The median value is the middle of the three values when they are sorted into ascending order. It can be found using if statements, or with a little bit of mathematical creativity

Refer sample input and output for formatting specification.

def median(a,b,c): d=[a,b,c] d.sort() print(d[1]) a=int(input()) b=int(input()) c=int(input()) median(a,b,c)

Input_1:

5

2

10

Output:

5

Input_2:

50

10

100

Output:

50

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