The atomic numbers of an element is the average mass of all that element's isotopes. Some elements have A LOT of isotopes. Sometimes, that average isn't always a whole number.
If the only thing you're told is the average, there's no way to figure out what the individual numbers are. There are an infinite supply of groups of numbers that all have the same average. If you need to find the individual numbers, you need a lot more information besides just their average.
It means the average of numbers
The average of the remaining numbers is 38.
A mean is an average. It's when you add up all of the numbers in a group and divide the sum of the numbers by the number of numbers in the group. We used to joke how it was mean because it involved a lot of work.
The average of n numbers = (sum of n numbers) / (count of n numbers).
There are many sets of numbers with an average of 50.Two numbers with an average of 50 is 49 and 51.
If you want to calculate the average of a list of numbers, add the numbers together and divide it by the number of numbers.
The average of two numbers.