The average of the remaining numbers is 38.
arrange the numbers from least to greatest or greatest to least, then cross out the Numbers back and forth on both sides one you get one number that is your median. if two numbers are remaining simply find the mean (the average) by adding the two numbers and then dividing by two
-- Add the two numbers. -- Divide that total by two.
To find the midpoint add the two numbers and divide the sum by two. This is the same as the mean or the average of the two numbers.
To find the median with two numbers, do as you would to find the "average" or the "mean" by finding the sum between the two numbers and dividing the sum (or total) by two.
If the two numbers are that same in the middle than the median is that number.However if the two numbers are different then you just find the average of those two numbers.
Add both numbers, then divide by two.
What's the question ? Is it to find what the two numbers are ? Since you know their average, you know what the sum of the two numbers is. It's double their average. Now you know their sum, and you know their product. Take the product, and list all of its factors. Find two of the factors that add up to the sum of the two numbers. Those are probably the two numbers you're looking for.
find the average
Find the arithmetic average of the two rational numbers. It will be a rational number and will be between the two numbers.
Take the average of the two middle numbers.
You find it by lying the numbers in order and see which number has the same two numbers and that's your answer..