mean(3,4)

$mean(3,4)$

Evaluate

\frac{7}{2}=3.5

$27 =3.5$

Solution Steps

mean(3,4)

$mean(3,4)$

To find the mean of the set 3,4 first add the members together.

To find the mean of the set $3,4$ first add the members together.

3+4=7

$3+4=7$

The mean (average) of the set 3,4 is found by dividing the sum of its members by the number of the members, in this case 2.

The mean (average) of the set $3,4$ is found by dividing the sum of its members by the number of the members, in this case $2$.

\frac{7}{2}

$27 $

Factor

\frac{7}{2} = 3\frac{1}{2} = 3.5

$27 =321 =3.5$

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3+4=7

To find the mean of the set 3,4 first add the members together.

\frac{7}{2}

The mean (average) of the set 3,4 is found by dividing the sum of its members by the number of the members, in this case 2.