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If you have two tables and in Table 1, is using the indirect method and you have the measurements, 11.37 and 12.57 cm. In Table 2, is using the direct method which has the measurement of one item out of 100 with the measurements of 0.642, 0.741, and 0.683 cm.

What is the average of both tables?

*They are the same value

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