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The mean of the numbers a1, a2, ..., an is equal to (a1 + a2 + ..., + an)/n. This number is used mostly as the average. It is called the arithmetic mean.

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In ordinary arithmetic, the resulting value will be from an infinite set of values but in case modular arithmetic, resulting value will be from a finite set of values.Open in …Google Docs ViewerOpen link in new tabOpen link in new windowOpen link in new incognito windowDownload fileCopy link addressEdit PDF File on PDFescape.com e.g. in ordinary arithmetic, the sum of two integers, the result will be an integer in the range {..., -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, ...} for modular arithmetic, the sum of two integers like (a+b)mod n will be in the range {0, 1, 2, ... n-1} (MORE)

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'Arithmetic' is a 'mass noun', ie, it is the collective word for something which cannot be presented as a discrete, definitive article. By that, I mean you can't say "An arith…metic" as in, trying to present it as a single entity, without any further qualifiers (such as 'an arithmetic problem'). Therefore there is no plural or singular form. 'Arithmetics' is another mass noun with the same meaning. (MORE)

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If you add the same constant to each element of a sample then the mean of this collection of values will be the mean of the original sample plus the constant. If… you multiply each element of a sample by a constant then the mean of this collection of values will be the mean of the original sample multiplied by the constant. (MORE)

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#include void mean(int[],int); void main() { int n,a[24]; printf("Enter the number of terms to find mean\\n"); scanf("%d",&n); printf("Enter the numbers\\n"); for(i=0;i… (MORE)

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There is. Arithmetic mean is simple average of numbers not weighted by anything. However in EV, the numbers are weighted by their probability

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It is easy to use in further analysis calculation can be done easily using arithmetic mean is unique value for each data set

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Mathematics (math) is a broad field of endeavour, which includes arithmetic. Arithmetic is the part which deals with numbers (and their interactions) only. Other math fiel…ds are Number Theory, complex numbers, graph theory, differential calculus, many others. (MORE)

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To write out a sequence from an equation, you work out what the equation says with n being the number of the term you are calculating. So for the 1st term we take n=1, and so …2n-3 = 2(1)-3 = -1. For the second term, you'd do n=2, and so 2n-3 = 2(2)-3 = 1. For the third term you'd do 2(3)-3 = 3, and so on. Using this method, the sequence derived from 2n-3 is -1, 1, 3, 5, 7, 9.... (MORE)