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Asked Oct 21, 2019

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Step 1

The average is the sum of all data points and divided by total number of data points. the formula to calcuate the mean is shown below.

Step 2

Given a 10 point test to class of 10 students.

It is possible that 9 out of 10 children to score above average on test.

For example let 9 students scor...

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