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**1.** * Average*: [noun] a single value (such as a mean, mode, or median) that summarizes or represents the general significance of a set of unequal values

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**2.** Synonyms for * Average*: intermediate, mean, median, medium, middle, middling, midsize, moderate; Antonyms for

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**3.** * Average* definition, a quantity, rating, or the like that represents or approximates an arithmetic mean: Her golf

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**4.** * Average* synonyms,

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**5.** For example, given the 5 numbers, 2, 7, 19, 24, and 25, the * Average* can be calculated as such:

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**6.** Find 71 ways to say * Average*, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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**7.** * Average*, which is the arithmetic mean, and is calculated by adding a group of numbers and then dividing by the count of those numbers.For example, the

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**8.** Find the * Average* or mean by adding up all the numbers and dividing by how many numbers are in the set

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**9.** If you do a Google ngram search you'll realize starting in the '60s more people had the tendency to use the preposition on before * Average* although a search in Corpus Contemporary American English would suggest that the expression in

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**10.** * Average* of a set of numbers = Sum of the terms / Number of the terms

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**11.** Remember that our simple * Average* calculator online also uses the same formula while finding

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**12.** Let’s put the value into the above formula to find the * Average* of the given terms:

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**13.** If something is * Average*, it's ordinary and not very special

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**14.** You might say a movie was * Average* if you thought it was just okay.

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**15.** Example: what is the * Average* of 2, 7 and 9? Add the numbers: 2 + 7 + 9 = 18

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**16.** The * Average* GPA for students at four-year colleges in the US is around 3.15, or a B

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**17.** For example, a C used to be the standard * Average* grade, but now a B is considered

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**18.** The * Average* of a set of numbers is simply the sum of the numbers divided by the total number of values in the set

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**19.** For example, suppose we want the * Average* of 24,55, 17, 87 and 100.Simply find the sum of the numbers: 24 + 55 + 17 + 87 + 100 = 283 and divide by 5to get 56.6.A simple problem such as this one can be done by hand without too much trouble, but, …

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**20.** Definition of * Average* in the Definitions.

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**21.** What does * Average* mean? Information and translations of

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**22.** So, so far my * Average* after the first four exams is an 84.

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**23.** How to abbreviate * Average*? 18 short forms of

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**24.** 116 synonyms for * Average*: standard, normal, usual, par, mode, mean, rule, medium, norm, run of the mill

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**25.** Census Bureau’s American Community Survey , Hawaii, Massachusetts, and South Dakota residents retire at the * Average* age of 66

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**26.** Finding the * Average* Finding the

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**27.** If you have a set of numbers, the * Average* is found by adding all numbers in the set and dividing their sum by the total number of numbers added in the set.

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**28.** A 2019 research article notes that most males believe the * Average* length for an erect penis is around 15.2 centimeters (cm) or 6 inches (in)

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**29.** * Average* (a, axis = None, weights = None, returned = False) [source] ¶ Compute the weighted

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**30.** Axis or axes along which to * Average* a.The default, …

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**31.** The term ‘* Average*’ occurs frequently in all sorts of everyday contexts

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**32.** For example, you might say ‘I’m having an * Average* day today’, meaning your day is neither particularly good nor bad, it is about normal.We may also refer to people, objects and other things as ‘

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**33.** The term '* Average*' refers to the ‘middle’ or ‘central’ point.

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**34.** If both spouses collect the * Average* monthly income, $36,072

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**35.** The * Average* function automatically ignores blank cells

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**36.** In the screen below, notice cell C4 is empty, and * Average* simply ignores it and computes an

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**37.** What does * Average* mean?

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**38.** The * Average* amount is the amount you get when you add together several quantities and divide this by the total number of quantities The age of the candidates ranged from 29 to 49 with an

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**39.** The * Average* cost of making a movie has risen by 15%

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**40.** Amount to or come to an * Average*, without loss or gain; "The number of hours I work per work

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**41.** An intermediate scale value regarded as normal or usual; "he is about * Average* in height"; "the snowfall this month is below

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**42.** Lacking special distinction, rank, or status; commonly encountered; "**Average**

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**43.** We've got 15 shorthands for * Average* » What is the abbreviation for

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**44.** * Average* is the value that is used to represent the set of values of data as is the

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**45.** **Average****(n**.) late 15c., "any small charge over freight cost, payable by owners of goods to the master of a ship for his care of the goods," also "financial loss incurred through damage to goods in transit," from French avarie "damage to ship," and Italian avaria.A word from 12c.

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**46.** At some point, you may have wondered: What is the * Average* penis size? Research says the

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**47.** * Average* of a group consisting of two different groups whose

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**48.** The * Average* age of the first 10 students is 12.5 years.

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**49.** An * Average* is just one measure of central tendency for any set of data

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**50.** The table below shows that the median wage is substantially less than the * Average* wage.

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**51.** Amid growing public concerns over inflation and immigration, President Biden’s * Average* job approval rating has slumped to a new low.

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**52.** As of late October, 43.4 percent of Americans approve of Biden’s job performance while 50.7 percent disapprove, according to FiveThirtyEight’s polling **Average**

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**53.** * Average* returns the mean of the combined value arguments; that is, the sum of the values in the value arguments divided by the number of such values

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**54.** -- * Average* is the short version of

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**AVERAGE** [ˈav(ə)rij]

NOUN

**average** (noun) · **averages** (plural noun)

ADJECTIVE

**average** (adjective)

VERB

**average** (verb) · **averages** (third person present) · **averaged** (past tense) · **averaged** (past participle) · **averaging** (present participle)