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Q: What is the quotient found by dividing the sum of a set of data by number of items of data?

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The average or mean. NOT the median.

When dividing numbers, after getting a whole number if there is a remainder don't keep dividing. Just write it down. The example of that is when you want to put a certain number of items in boxes but you have too many. 150 bottles and you want to put 12 in each box, You'll have 12 boxes with a remainder of 6.

Average can be solved by adding all of the numbers and dividing by the total number of items being added. So:14 + 15 + 16 = 45 / 3 numbers = 15

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Any 6 from 12 = 924 permutations

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The mean

The mean or average is the quotient found by dividing the sum of a set of data by the number of items of data.

The mean average, often known simply as average.

The average or mean. NOT the median.

What is described here is the MEAN or AVERAGE, not the quotient.

That's the mean.

In math, the average can be found by dividing the sum of the data by the number of items.

the mean or the average

When dividing numbers, after getting a whole number if there is a remainder don't keep dividing. Just write it down. The example of that is when you want to put a certain number of items in boxes but you have too many. 150 bottles and you want to put 12 in each box, You'll have 12 boxes with a remainder of 6.

The average of a set of numbers is defined as the sum of those numbers divided by the number of numbers. If the average is given, multiply that by number of items in the set including the missing number. Subtract the sum of given numbers from this quotient and the missing number is revealed.

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The median is one of the averages (Mean, median and mode). which is such that exactly half the data items are greater than it and half are less than it; it is is found by listing all the data items in numerical (number line) order and then: * if there is an odd number of data items it is the one in the middle; * otherwise there are an even number of data items and it is the mean average of the middle two. The mean average is calculated by adding all the data items together and dividing by the number of items. The mean average is the average most people will think of if the unqualified word "average" is used. There are occasions when the mean and median averages can differ significantly - the mean is susceptible to extremes in the data set; if someone wants to make a point, they will often use one as an unqualified "average" (without specifying which), where the other may be very revealing.

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