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The average is also called the 'mean' which is the sum of the values divided by the number of values used. It represents the number that all the values in the group would …add up to if they were all the same number. Say you want the average score for 17 students who took your art history exam. You add the 17 individual scores together. Then you divide this sum by 17, the number of scores being averaged. The answer you get is the average, or mean score on the exam. An average may be an integer, a fraction, a mixed number, or a decimal number, and it could be positive, negative, or zero too, if some or all of the items in the group are zero or negative. To calculate the average of a group of numerical items: Add up all the items in the group. Divide the sum by the number of items in the group. The quotient is the average of the group. Another Example: Four students pick apples: one has 3, one has 4, one has 5, and one has 8. To evenly divide the apples, you would find the average (sum/number of values). 3 + 4 + 5 + 8 = 20, divided by 4 students is 20/4 = 5 apples.
Calculating an average is easy. Take the numbers that you need averaged add together and divide by how many you numbers you added together.
That's because averages give us some idea about general tendencies.
Divide the net displacement by the time of travel.
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You calculate average change in inventory by dividing the turnover by how many times it has turned over. The number you get is the average.
It is calculated by averaging the balance after each day. This is then averaged with the closing balance after each month.
how can you calculate average cost You add up all the numbers that you're averaging and then divide that number by the amount of numbers you're averaging. Here's an ex…ample..... 100, 99, 67, 81 add them all up... 347 now divide that number by four because there are four numbers (110, 99, 67, 81) the average of the numbers is... 86.75
sharon sprinter changes her speed from 4.5m/s to 7.5m/s in the middle 1.5 seconds of a 100m race. what is her average velocity for this time period?
Dim average as double Dim numberA as integer = 23 Dim numberB as integer =2 Dim numberC as integer = 27 'continue until you have enough numbers average = numberA + numberB… + numberC '... average = average / 3 ' replace 3 with the amount of numbers used.
P/1-P where 1-P is the prevalence odds. This is true for prevalence values that are bigger. Prevalence=Incidence rate x Duration (true for small prevalences)
hoe do u calculate average daily collection?
Divide the total runs he's scored so far with the number of innings he's got out in those innings.
1 week Total sales/7
You don't need to. Average deviation (about the mean) is always zero!