Q: Why is the average of anything is misleading?

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The most misleading is the mean because the 4 is an outlier.

The world is littered with statistics, and the average person is bombarded with five statistics a day1. Statistics can be misleading and sometimes deliberately distorting. There are three kinds of commonly recognised untruths: "Lies, damn lies and statistics." - Mark Twain

The term misleading is the number that does not seem in pattern of the others.

"Misleading" means that it can easily make you draw wrong conclusions.

The average number can be anything but the only thing that can be the answer depends on the number of seeds.

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There need not be anything misleading about it. If the number of trials are stated clearly there is nothing misleading about it. The results will not be as reliable as they would have been with a larger number of trials but that will always be the case.

The most misleading is the mean because the 4 is an outlier.

they are graphs that are misleading

This is a misleading answer: 2 + 2 = 17 & threequarters....Misleading means information that is knowingly incorrect.

Misleading is an adjective.

Yes.

They can be misleading if information is missing or it is inaccurate.

A misleading clue is know as a red herring.

The world is littered with statistics, and the average person is bombarded with five statistics a day1. Statistics can be misleading and sometimes deliberately distorting. There are three kinds of commonly recognised untruths: "Lies, damn lies and statistics." - Mark Twain

There are many ads out there that are misleading but others are not. If you think that an ad is misleading you can do some research about it on the internet to find out.

effects of misleading advertisments on youth

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