# arithmetic mean

Quizzes and games : statistics

The average function allows to calculate the arithmetic mean of a series of values.
average([1;9;7]) returns 17/3

Quizzes and games : statistics

### Average, online calculus

#### Summary :

The average function allows to calculate the arithmetic mean of a series of values.

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#### Description :

The calculator with its average function is a mean calculator. It allows to make the arithmetic mean of a set value. The arithmetic mean is equal to the sum of the series values divided by the number of the elements of the series. The online calculator allows to calculate the arithmetic mean of a series of values indicating the steps of the calculations. The average calculator supports numeric but also literal expressions. It is also possible to involve frequencies for the average calculation.

# Arithmetic mean online calculation

The average computer is able to calculate the average of a set value, the result is returned in exact form, and in approximate form, the details of the calculations are specified.

It is possible to calculate the average of the following numbers 12;32;45;34, enter average([12;32;45;34])

It is possible to calculate the average of the following numbers 12;32;45;34 It is possible to calculate the average of the following numbers 3;5;3;2 enter average([[12;32;45;34];[3;5;3;2]])

# Arithmetic mean online symbolic calculation

The average calculator is able to calculate the average of a series of literal expressions, the result is returned in exact form, and details of the calculations are specified.

It is possible to calculate the average of the following terms 3a;6a;7a, after calculating the result is returned with the steps of calculations, for this, just enter average([3a;6a;7a]),

It is possible to calculate the average of the following numbers 3a;6a;7a whose frequency 3;5;3;2 after calculating the result is returned with the steps of calculations, for this, enter average([[3a;6a;7a];[3;5;3;2]]).

#### Syntax :

• average([s1;s2;...;sn]), s1, s2, ..., sn are a series of numbers
• average([[s1;s2;...;sn];[f1;f2;...;fn]]), s1, s2, ..., sn are a series of numbers, f1; f2, ..., fn represent the frequencies of these numbers.

#### Examples :

average([1;9;7]) returns 17/3

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