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10-05-2003
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10-05-2003
03:00 AM

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I am creating a spreadsheet to find the mean, maximum and median of a set of numbers. I have no idea what this means. Could someone give me direction. Thank you.

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10-05-2003
03:00 AM

10-05-2003
03:00 AM

HELP --

On 10/5/2003 1:31:17 PM, GwenMyles wrote:

>I am creating a spreadsheet to

>find the mean, maximum and

>median of a set of numbers. I

>have no idea what this means.

>Could someone give me

>direction. Thank you.

The definition of these terms should be in your textbook.

Maximum is the largest value

Minimum is the smallest value

Mean is sometimes referred to as the "average", which is the sum of all the numbers divided by how many numbers you summed.

TTFN,

Eden

>I am creating a spreadsheet to

>find the mean, maximum and

>median of a set of numbers. I

>have no idea what this means.

>Could someone give me

>direction. Thank you.

The definition of these terms should be in your textbook.

Maximum is the largest value

Minimum is the smallest value

Mean is sometimes referred to as the "average", which is the sum of all the numbers divided by how many numbers you summed.

TTFN,

Eden