Q: What is the average of 65 41 14?

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When you find the median you are trying to find the middle of a set of numbers. If you line the numbers up in numerical order and count one off on each side multiple times, you will get to the middle. However, if you have only two numbers or two numbers in the middle, you would add those two numbers together and then divide by two. For example: 2, 4, 14, 27, 65, 83 First, you would count off 2 and 83 then 4 and 65. You would be left with 14 and 27 in the middle. You would add 14 and 27 to get 41. Then, you would divide 41 by two to get 20.5 which would be your median.

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It is -41.

Add 3n-1. For example 1 + 30 = 2 2 + 31 = 5 5 + 32 = 14 14 + 33 = 41

Time = Distance/Speed = 619/65 = 9.52 hours - assuming that an average speed of 65 mph can be maintained for that length of time, allowing for refuelling stops, comfort stops etc.

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65+29+14+24 / 4 = 33 33 is your answer.

24 + 41 = 65

65

41 * 14/100 = 5.74

65

65 * 14 = 910

-41

14 multiplied by 65 is 910.

I would say between 50 and 65 mph

27 41 - 13 = 28 Half is 28/2 = 14 13 + 14 = 27 = 41 - 14

The GCF is 1.

41 - 27 = 14