Q: What does two more than a numbers value mean?

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yes the farther away from the mean, the less likely it is......the numbers on the very ends are outliers, meaning that it happened by chance. the numbers closer to the mean are the ones that happen the most.

Numbers that have more than two factors are composite numbers

If by "has more than two whole numbers" you mean more than two factors, the answer is all composite integers.

It all depends on the value of the mean.

It means that you are talking about numbers that have more than one digit.

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No. But there can be more than one data point which has the same value as the mean for the set of numbers. Or there can be none that take the mean value.

There is one arithmetic mean and one geometric mean to a set of numbers.

yes the farther away from the mean, the less likely it is......the numbers on the very ends are outliers, meaning that it happened by chance. the numbers closer to the mean are the ones that happen the most.

Numbers that have more than two factors are composite numbers

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If by "has more than two whole numbers" you mean more than two factors, the answer is all composite integers.

No it is not true. The absolute value of a number is simply the value of the number with a positive sign.

It all depends on the value of the mean.

It means that you are talking about numbers that have more than one digit.

When you have a line of numbers such as 1,2,3,3,4,6,7 that go in a relative order rather than numbers such as 1,2,6,6,7,12,14,20 that jump around more.

its means the numbers that you multiply with to get a product has more than numbers to multiply THAT with than just that number and 1.

Prime numbers have two factors; composite numbers have more than two.