In the sign test on a population median, what is done with values equal to the hypothesized median?

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Every other one is given a positive sign.

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They are excluded from the analysis.

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They are all averaged, and if the average is greater than the median a positive sign is assigned to them.

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In a continuous distribution, the probability of a value being exactly equal to the median is zero, so this will never occur.