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Homework Help: Algebra--to Bob (Please)

Posted by M on Tuesday, March 13, 2007 at 11:58am.

How do you find the mean?

add all the data, divide by the number of data.

For instance, the mean of 56 adn 34

56+34= 90 divide by 2, mean is 45

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