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The arithmetic mean of a set of 50 numbers is 38.If the two numbers,45 and 55,are discarded,the mean of the remaining set of numbers is__.

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Steve
The mean is the total divided by how many there are. So, the new mean is
(50*384555)/48 = 37.5
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