Q: The average of 60 results is 40 and the average of another 40 results is 60 what is the average of all the results?

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Average = (65 + 41 + 14)/3 = 120/3 = 40

40 and 2. 40-38=2 and 40+2 = 42.

1x40, 2x20, 4x10, 5x8 are all the factor pairs of 40.

In all he will cover 40 km. To do so at an average speed of 10 kph means his total journey will take 4 hours. He has taken 3hr 20 min for the first part (30km @ 9kph), so he has 40 min to cover the final 10km. Required speed is therefore 10 x 60/40 ie 15 kph.

50 mph, 40+60=100/2=50, assuming you use the same route.

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Based on combine results from 2000-2017, the average speed of a Strong Safety in the 40 yard dash is 4.55 seconds.

The average of 31,52and 40 is 41 because you add all the numbers and then didvde it by 3 because there are 3 numbers there and you get 41.

The factors of 40 are 1,2,4,5,8,10,20 and 40. For them to be common, they need to be compared to another set of factors.

add all the numbers together. 10,12,15,13=40 then divide by the number of digits you added together. 40 divided by 4 is 10 the average is 10

The average of 40 and 70 is equal to (40 + 70)/2 = 55.

You should probably wait for 2-3 weeks or so just to have the results transferd in.

Increasing 40 by 6% results in 42.4

40 40 other wise known as duece or 40 all is a score, like in tennis you score like 15, 15 all (if it is a point each) then 30 , then 40 , then game. or if its 40 all (duece) and one person gets the point then its advantage to them, if they then win the next point its their game b ut if the other person wins the point its back to 40 all

To find average, you add all the numbers together, then divide the answer by how many numbers you have, (in this case, you have 5 numbers). 40 + 12+ (-15) + (-23) + 44 = 58; 58 / 5 = 11.6. The average is 11.6.

average speed = S1+S2/2 here s1 = 40kmph s2 = 60kmph Average speed = 40+60/2 100/2 = 50 kmph

35 to 40 secs or look at this and decide how good you want to be. http://www.ymcaswimminganddiving.org/2011SC/results/2012%20QT.pdf

62 is the average.