5th math
posted by pat .
what is the average number of hot dogs sold? 12,12,13,17,21,22,22,22,22,30,32,37.
please! show me this how to solve this problem? my last question for today.thank you very much without your help . it;s impossible to understand this problem.

add all and divide it by the number of numbers in the roll
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