arithmetic mean

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Related to arithmetic mean: geometric mean, Arithmetic sequence, Weighted arithmetic mean
  • noun

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

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1]: We suppose that arithmetic mean of social network utilization frequency by finding new business contacts and job opportunities from the point of view of male is not equal to arithmetic mean of social network utilization frequency by mentioned purpose from the point of view of female and at the same time we assume that the difference between them, if it exists, is not caused only by coincident variation of selection results.
2) The medium benefit determined as a simple arithmetic mean of the benefits with chain basis:
wheter the approximations are significantly better that the ones given by the geometric and arithmetic means.
Arithmetic mean of students' final rubric scores for the "effective business practices" learning objectives three program cycles (Figure 5),
Arithmetic mean of diameter I at differences process conditions and frozen layers thicknesses of 0.
Then, the arithmetic mean (x) and the standard deviation (SD) of the scores of the teachers related with the CT styles were calculated.
The arithmetic mean returns for the year is the sum of the daily returns.
coli in a one-year term, it was found that the arithmetic mean value was under the risk limits in winter, spring, and autumn, whereas the summer samples were over the limits.
In these standards, accuracy is taken to mean a combination of trueness and precision, where trueness is defined as "the closeness of agreement between the arithmetic mean of a large number of test results and the true or accepted reference value.
The expected value is the arithmetic mean, or average.
The statistical value of the arithmetic mean for the entire process can be obtained by summing all 10 results and dividing the sum by the "degrees of freedom" (DOF) of the measurement.
The arithmetic mean of a set of values is the quantity commonly called mean or the average.
In contexts such as these traditionally the arithmetic mean has been used to represent the expected value.
A], where E denotes the arithmetic mean with respect to all examined planes or directions (the relation [[S.