Average is the sum of numbers divided by n. It is also called the mean average.
Here is an example to find the average of numbers:
Let's say you want to find the average of four numbers, 26, 14, 11, and 9.
First you need to add up those 4 numbers. 26 + 14 + 11 + 9 = 60.
Then you need to divide the result (60), by the numbers of numbers there are, in this case 4, because there are four numbers you want to find the average.
60 divided by 4 = 15, so the average of the numbers 26, 14, 11, and 9 is 15.
Divide the distance travelled by the time taken....
Distance = time * average speed (velocity) Average speed = Distance/time
It is 6*(average of 1 to 18) = 6*9.5 = 57
Find the distance of the race. Find the cyclist's start time. Find the cyclist's finish time. Elapsed time = Finish time - Start time. Average speed = Distance/Elapsed time.
Find the average of 140
Average distance ______________ = Average Speed Average time
Why would you want to "find" the average if you are already told the average? Normally if you are told to "find" some information, that refers to information that isn't known from the beginning.
To find average speed, you take the total distance and divide it by total time.
average velocity= displacement/ time
where can you find data for average income based on age for a specific city?
yes. "To find the average of a set of numbers" is the definition.
The average of any one number is itself!
To find the average of integers, add them all together then divide the total by the number of integers.
Average speed = Total distance/Total time
average speed = distance / time .
The average deviation is always 0.