Q: Can some mean two

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Assuming you mean sum and not some, the answer is No.

They are used to test hypothesis such as the mean is some value where you do not know if otherwise the mean is less or more.

No, the geometric mean is not the same as the mean of two numbers.

Some triangles can be classified by only term, and some triangles fall into two overlapping, non-mutually-exclusive categories.

The mean is another word for their average. Total them and divide by two.

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Janice is a Greek God who happened to have two faces.

well..there are two different types of ''meanings'' the mean. First is mean like for ex. ''Mom! some girls at school where being mean to me!'' and the second one ''What do you mean?'' /i hoped this helped :)/

A scale factor is a number which scales, or multiplies, some quantity. A scale factor of two would mean to multiply whatever it is by two.

Bicephalous means having two heads (i.e. some aliens or monsters have two heads).

It depends on which aircraft you mean: some are single seaters, some are two seaters.

I think you mean a two vessel cord. The cord usually has three vessels, two arteries and a vein, occasionally there is only one artery which may mean there is some problem with the baby, possibly with the kidneys.

It can mean two things. It can mean "master" in some cases, but more commonly you use it meaning "husband".

Biantibrachial means having two forearms on each arm (i.e. some aliens or monsters have two forearms on each arm).

Biantipedal means having two forelegs on each leg (i.e. some aliens or monsters have two forelegs on each leg).

Diprosopus means having two faces (i.e. some aliens or monsters have two faces). It is also a type of head disorder.

No, the geometric mean is not the same as the mean of two numbers.

Some triangles can be classified by only term, and some triangles fall into two overlapping, non-mutually-exclusive categories.