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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The mean average rating of the item was found to be 4.
Our study revealed significantly thinner mean average peripapillary RNFL thickness (77.
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Teachers get paid e1/43,267 on average, while civil servants receive a mean average of e1/42,398.
For many independent hotels in the Middle East, achieving higher numbers of direct web bookings could mean average savings in the range of $60,000 a year on commissions (based on the assumtion of a 150-key property), which represents a direct improvement of a hotel's bottom line.
The mean average board size for all companies involved in the research was 11.
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The country's mean average property price is now PS188,903.
Appropriate velocity formulas (root mean square velocity, interval velocity, average velocity and mean average velocity) are used in seismic data processing.
Energy companies' price hikes could mean average annual bills soon hit the PS1,500 "tipping point" at which 59% of homes will go without adequate heating and 40% turn it off entirely.
The mean average temperature from June to August was 15.
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For those who prefer to use the mean, the mean average contraction is 3.