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The average of 9 numbers is 45 2014-09-12
From rizza:
The average of 9 numbers is 45. If 90 and 88 are added to the set of numbers. What will be the resulting average?
Answered by Penny Nom.
What is the average of first 100 even numbers? 2014-08-02
From Faizan:
What is the average of first 100 even numbers?
Answered by Chris Fisher.
A word problem concerning averages 2014-07-26
From Bernie:
The average weight of a team of children is 50kg, Todd who weighs 56 kg then joins the team. The average weight of the new team is 51. How many children in the original team?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Find his income on the fourth week of August. 2011-03-22
From Abeth:
The average weekly income of MJ for the first three weeks of August was 3,600 and his average weekly income for four weeks is 3950. Find his income on the fourth week of August.
Answered by Penny Nom.
The average over two semesters 2010-01-20
From edy:
6 courses have an average of 100 in the first semester 5courses have an average of 90 in the second semester what is the average of the two semester , method of calculation , how come to have 95.4545
Answered by Penny Nom.
Power walking 2006-07-30
From Wendy:
I have an exercise routine of 'power walking', approx. 5-6 days per week. I carry a pedometer with me during these walks so that I can keep track of the distance of each walk. I've created a weekly walking chart on my computer, so each time I get back from a walk, I enter my stats, such as kilometers and miles walked that day, as well as my start and finish time. At the end of each week, before I printed out my completed chart, I would calculate out what my average walking distance was, for that particular week.

At the end of each month, I would calculate:
[1] I'd add up my total kilometers and miles walked for that month. (a no brainer ~ I could do that one!)
**But also, I would work out the percentages of the following:
[A] What my average daily distance p/walk was, for that month
[B] What my average time spent, per walk was, for that month

Answered by Penny Nom.
The average of monthly averages 2006-04-06
From Ray:
I have the averages of some data in percentages. the data is rather large, how can i find the average of these averages without going back to the original data? Is there a Factor or Constant that i could multiply or devide or add and get the average of these averages without resorting to the raw data.
Answered by Steve La Rocque and Harley Weston.
Means 2003-10-28
From Abdu:

Question:
80,80,84,85,88,92,97,98

The average of the 8 numbers listed above is 88. Of the following which pair of numbers could be removed from the list without changing the average.

A. 80 and 97
B. 80 and 98
C. 84 and 92
D. 84 and 97
E. 85 and 92

Answered by Andrei Volodin and Penny Nom.
Averages of Averages 2002-12-21
From Amy:
If in the month of October the % of Payments Received was 80.74% and in November it decreased to 69.36%. Can you take the 80.74-69.36/69.36 to get the % of difference. In otherwords can you take the % of difference when the numbers you are comparing are %'s????

Can you also take an average of an average? For example, average number of payments received in October was 25.00%, average number of payments received November was 50.00%, and the average number of payments received in December was 15.00%. Do you average (25.00%, 50.00% and 15.00%) or do you have to go back to the numbers that calculated the averages. For example, October 25.00% was based on 25 payments being received out of a possible 100. So instead of taking the average of the averages, do you take the average payments and the average customers over the 3 months and calculate the average???


Answered by Harley Weston.
The average of two averages 2002-05-22
From RJ:
in a class with 22 students, the average garde on an exam was 68%, in another class with 32 students, the average grade on the same exam was 78%, what was the overall for the two classes? round your answers to the nearest whole number.
Answered by Leeanne Boehm.
Number conversions and averages 2002-02-03
From A student:
A table has the measurements of 1.6m by 2m, how much material is needed to cover table? I converted to cm then multiplied but got an answer of 32000cm ,so I divide by 100 to get to metres - the answer was 320 which I know is wrong - please explain!!

Also I need to explain in my own words what an 'average' is and I am struggling.


Answered by Penny Nom.
What did the girls score on average? 2001-07-20
From Rajesh:
The students of two schools were sitting the same test. The students attending the first school scored 74 on average; within this the average scores of the boys and the girls were 71 and 76, respectively. The corresponding scores in the other school were 84, 81 and 90, respectively. If the average score of all boys was 79, what did the girls score on average?
Answered by Penny Nom.
 
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