The median is the midpoint of the data points. In this case there are 13 data points and the midpoint is the 7th term.
The formula for determining quantiles is: Ly = (n + 1)(y) / (100). Here, we are looking for the third quintile (60% of the observations lie below) and the formula is: (14)(60) / (100) = 8.4. The third quintile falls between 13.6% and 13.9%, the 8th and 9th numbers from the left. Since L is not a whole number, we interpolate as: 0.136 + (0.40)(0.139 – 0.136) = 0.1372, or 13.7%.