arithmetic mean

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Synonyms for arithmetic mean

the sum of the values of a random variable divided by the number of values

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As a result there is a significant difference between empirical mean and theoretical mean and research hypothesis, reviewed articles rate regarding critical thinking factors is below average, would be rejected.
P] the new hypothetical empirical mean in order to differentiate it from [[mu].
According to Scribner, the emphasis on "materialization" and the possibility of mesmerism led Fichte to hold that the truths of transcendental idealism must be determined ultimately by empirical means.
The formulae developed by both groups (1-3) were developed by empirical means with no attempt to apply an appropriate mathematical model.
Although there are ways to mathematically predict this, our own experience shows that including this analysis in a computer simulation is usually unnecessary, as the transition point can be estimated by empirical means.
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