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mean(40,45,56)
To find the mean of the set 40,45,56 first add the members together.
40+45+56=141
The mean (average) of the set 40,45,56 is found by dividing the sum of its members by the number of the members, in this case 3.
\frac{141}{3}=47
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40+45+56=141
To find the mean of the set 40,45,56 first add the members together.
\frac{141}{3}=47
The mean (average) of the set 40,45,56 is found by dividing the sum of its members by the number of the members, in this case 3.
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