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2022-01-19
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What is the average of 75 and 105?

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Orlando Paz

Answered 2022-01-19
Author has **42** answers

Average (mean) = 90

Explanation:

There are 3 different types of ''average'' - but I assume this refers to the ''mean''.

To find an average (or the mean) of two numbers, add them together and divide by 2.

In general, Mean

Average

From this we can see that:

One value is above and one is below the average.

They differ from the mean by the same amount so that the mean is exactly between them.

John Koga

Answered 2022-01-20
Author has **33** answers

Solution:

Step 1

Address the formula and input values.

Input values:

The given numbers are 75 and 105

Step 2

Find the sum of the given two numbers.

sum = 75 + 105 = 180

Step 3

Divide the sum by 2 to get the average.

average = 180/2

= 90

90 is an average of positive integers 75 and 105.

Step 1

Address the formula and input values.

Input values:

The given numbers are 75 and 105

Step 2

Find the sum of the given two numbers.

sum = 75 + 105 = 180

Step 3

Divide the sum by 2 to get the average.

average = 180/2

= 90

90 is an average of positive integers 75 and 105.

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