An average is found by adding all the relevant numbers together, and then dividing by the number of numbers added. This is a concept learned in elementary school.
The mean or average of the numbers -410 and 400 is -5. It is found by adding the two numbers together and dividing the sum by two.
A mean is an average of a set of numbers found by adding them all up and then dividing it by the amount of numbers there are. Hope this helped!
It is the arithmetic average or mean.
The "mean" is the average of a set of numbers. Example: The mean of the number set 3,6,4,7,8,12,9 is found by... 1. adding all the numbers together 2. dividing the sum or the numbers by the amount of numbers (in this case 6) The mean/average is 7
The mean or average of THIS set of numbers is found by adding the 6 numbers and dividing by 6. 90/6 = 15.
That is an average or the mean.
It is found by adding up all the numbers in a set of data. Then dividing that sum by the amount of numbers in the set of data.
The mean is the average. It is found by adding the numbers in a set and dividing that total by the number of numbers. (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) = 15 divided by 5 = 3 The mean is 3.
An average is found by adding all the terms and then dividing the sum by the number of terms. Here's an example: You take (2+4+5+8+3+8)/6 and you get the average of those numbers. (The answer is 5)
This is called the average, or the arithmetic mean, of the numbers.
the mean or the average