If there is no mean it is very rare that you will be able to find a missing number. Potentially if you have other numbers and you have a mode you can deduce the missing number by using the mode (if there needs to be one more of a certain number or a certain number cannot be increased in its count of numbers i.e. you can't have more 6's to maintain the current mode).
To find the mean of a set of numbers you have to find the total sum of the data divided by the number of addends in the data. Why can't you find the mean of numerical data? One reason I can think of why you might not be able to find the mean of numerical data would be if there were missing data points.
One reason I can think of why you might not be able to find the mean of numerical data would be if there were missing data points.
The mean of a set of data is the sum of that data divided by the number of items of data.
to find the mean of a set of numbers you have to find the total sum of the data divided by the number of addends in the data.
Add all the numbers and divide it by however many numbers you added, then that's how you get the missing number to help you complete the mean.
The mean of a number is the average of a group of numbers. To find the mean you must add up all of the numbers in a data set. Then you take that number and divide it by the number of numbers you have in the data set. This will give you the mean.
The ''mean'' is just another term for average. To find the mean, you must add all of the data together and divide that number by the number of pieces of data. Hope this helped! ~Maci~
Th find the mean of a data set, you add up all the values in the data set and divide this sum by the number of data values. For example, the mean for the data set 2, 5, 6, and 7 is given as 2 plus 5 plus 6 plus 7, which is 20. You divide this sum by number of values in the data set, which is 4 to get 5 as the mean.
find assumed mean data is 46,55,52,59,63,47,56,50,51,55 ,
a missing number
geometric means like find the missing number and algebraic means negatives and positves
no. Some mean is a number from the data but some mean is completely different from its data.
There is not a mean of a single number. To calculate a mean, you need a data set. The mean is given by the sum of all the data, divided by the number of pieces of data.
If you mean: 60, 48 .... 24 then the missing number is 36
Mean, median and mode are ways to find averages. The mode is the most common answer in a set of data. The median the number that is in the middle when the numbers are put in order. The mean is the statical average.
It is the mean average of number of collected data values.
Analyzing the mean, median, and range of your experimental data helps establish patters present in the data set. Analyzing the mean will define the quantitative average, analyzing the median will find the number that is center most, and analyzing the range will find the difference between the largest and smallest number in the data set. Good luck!
You cannot. You can only work with the remaining observations. Estimating the missing value will not add to the information. You will only APPEAR to have an additional piece of information.