To find the average of n numbers, take the sum of the numbers and divide by n.
It is impossible to find an average. Finding an average requires 2 or more numbers but there is only 1 in your question.
To get the simple average of a series of numbers, you add the numbers up and divide by however many numbers there were. For example, the average of 2, 3 and 4 is the sum of the numbers (which adds up to 9) divided by 3 (because there are three numbers). So the average is 9/3 = 3.
Yes. For example, the average of the numbers 1, 2, and 3 is 2. 1+2+3=6 6/3=2
The mean means the average. To get the average, you have to add all of the numbers up and divide the sum by how many numbers are in the group that you are finding the mean of.
The average of several numbers is the sum of the numbers divided by the quantity of the numbers. (3 + 3.5 + 6) Ã· 3 = 4 1/6
The rate, or rate of change is like an average all except it has to do with the slope of a line instead of a group of numbers. Finding the rate of change is like finding an average except you use the points on the graph instead of numbers in a group.
It average of 2 numbers is 9 then take 9 away from 12, so average of 3 numbers is now 9, with 3 'left over.' The 3 which is 'left over' divides among the three numbers by adding 1 to each of them, raising the new average to 10.
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By finding their prime factors