arithmetic average


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arithmetic average

[¦a·rith¦med·ik ′av·rij]
(mathematics)
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Athletes control group showed a difference arithmetic average value between initial and final testing 0.
According to our statistical analysis, those features for which the arithmetic averages were in the middle level and below the middle level formed the features that did not meet the criteria of a healthy school.
Things are more complicated in the case of exotic path-dependent option such as Asian power options developed in this paper whose payoff depends on the geometric or arithmetic average of the underlying asset raised to power.
The statistical significances of the fitted quadratic model for the arithmetic average roughness (Ra) and with maximum peak-to-valley height ([R.
However, here they split into two groups--supporters of the arithmetic average historical premium and those of the geometric average historical premium.
9 shows that the difference were in the benefit of the category of 10-15 years of experience, in planning to plan and strategic analysis domains, people with 5-10 years of experience reached an arithmetic average (2.
Activation energies at combustion of blends are less than theoretical values calculated on the basis of arithmetic averages determined for individual fuels.
2) The average growth as a simple arithmetic average of the growths with base chain:
2) Calculate the upper control limit, UCL and the lower control limit, LCL of the arithmetic average surface roughness [R.
On the foundation of the above calculation rules, the weighted arithmetic average operator of the triangular intuitionistic fuzzy numbers is given.
For example, the arithmetic average P/E, derived from a global database for 156 sectors, was 32.
Most of those assumptions were derived from a simple arithmetic average of observations recorded in the two-week period ending 13 May.