The average viewing figures in recent series (in the last 2 years) is around 7 milllion. Back in series 15 (2001) the show got on average 10 million, not to mention a huge 17 million in 1992! Most recently, a few weeks ago the show only got 5.8 million for an episode which was the lowest ever recieved, even though in my opinion the show has been fantastic - more gritty and realistic than the last few years soapy approach. Lets hop the rise again! Here's me rambling on and all you wanted was the figures. Well as things stand 6 or 7 million.
Four and a fourth The mean is the average of a set of figures. In this scenario - Step 1 Add these figures 6+2+4+5=17 Step 2 divide the total by the amount of numerals 17/4 So the answer is the average is 4.25 or 4 and a 1/4
All congruent figures are similar figures, and have identical sizes.
3dimentional figures are solid figures.
Congruent figures are figures that have the same size and shape.
For example, figures like C and N are open figures, and figures like O and D are closed.
The average viewing figures for ER ranged over its fifteen seasons. At its lowest points it averaged nine million viewers and at its highest averaged twenty-five million viewers
An average of 6.9 million viewers, the lowest of all series.
around ten million per showSee the related link.
Antietam had the highest single-day casualty figures. Gettysburg had the highest total battle casualty figures.
The season 6 and season 7 viewing figures are nearly 20 million in US.
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For the current series (4) on BBC1 they average viewing figures have been just under 7 million. I'm one of them!
Yeah, viewing figures good great reviews!!
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Whenever the viewing figures drop too low and it's no longer popular.