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Q: Finding the mean of a number?

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You incorporate the fractional remainder into the mean. The mean does not have to be a whole number.

It means you are finding what number multiplied by itself will give you the number you are finding the square root of.

The mean of a number is the number itself. Finding the mean of one number serves no purpose whatsoever. So, for example, the mean of 5 is 5.

No, it does not. It is finding a number that they all go into evenly.

Range is finding the difference in the highest number and the lowest number in a set of numbers

Yes, you MUST.

You will need to explain the question in more detail. What do you mean by finding the mean of a number? The mean of a number is just that number. Did you intend the mean of a set of numbers? And if so, how many?

A quadratic has nothing to do with finding the factors of a number.

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Finding 250 percent of a number is the same as finding 2.5 times the number. Therefore, to find 250 percent of a number, multiply the number by 2.5. For example, 250 percent of 10 is equal to 2.5 x 10 = 25.

Median is finding the middle number among a series. Whilst Mode is finding the middle among a catagorised series.

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