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You've got five (5) numbers to average.

First you add them together:

37+76+92+96+81=382

Then you divide that by the number of numbers you started with:

382 divided by 5 is 76.4.

Why does this work?

Imagine you had a stick 382" long and you wanted to divide it into 5 equal parts. Easy enough, you just divide the length by 5. But what if you didn't know the stick was 382" long? And what if you only had an 8' tape measure (96")?

One way is to measure off several lengths that are within the range of your tape measure and put a pencil mark at each length, then add up all the lengths.

So, if you put a pencil mark at 81" from one end of the stick, and then another pencil mark 76" from the first mark, then another pencil mark 92" from that mark, then another mark 96" from that mark, you'd find out that the last mark was only 37" from the other end of the really long stick.

So, you'd add all those measured lengths up to get the total length which is 382". But you don't want different lengths, you want equal (or average) lengths. So you divide the total length by 5.

First you add them together:

37+76+92+96+81=382

Then you divide that by the number of numbers you started with:

382 divided by 5 is 76.4.

Why does this work?

Imagine you had a stick 382" long and you wanted to divide it into 5 equal parts. Easy enough, you just divide the length by 5. But what if you didn't know the stick was 382" long? And what if you only had an 8' tape measure (96")?

One way is to measure off several lengths that are within the range of your tape measure and put a pencil mark at each length, then add up all the lengths.

So, if you put a pencil mark at 81" from one end of the stick, and then another pencil mark 76" from the first mark, then another pencil mark 92" from that mark, then another mark 96" from that mark, you'd find out that the last mark was only 37" from the other end of the really long stick.

So, you'd add all those measured lengths up to get the total length which is 382". But you don't want different lengths, you want equal (or average) lengths. So you divide the total length by 5.

Mar 16, 2015 | math.com Computers & Internet

A US gallon is sixteen (16) eight-ounce cups.

Sep 23, 2014 | Wine & Spirits

One gallon is sixteen (16) cups.

Jun 22, 2014 | Computers & Internet

That depends on what you mean by "ounce" and "pound." There are twelve (twelve) troy ounces in a troy pound. There are sixteen (16) avoirdupois ounces in an avoirdupois pound.

Jun 22, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

One troy pound is twelve (12) troy ounces. One avoirdupois pound is sixteen (16) avoirdupois ounces.

Jan 23, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

One troy pound is twelve (12) troy ounces. One avoirdupois pound is sixteen (16) avoirdupois ounces.

Jan 03, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

One avoirdupois pound is sixteen (16) avoirdupois ounces. One troy pound is twelve (12) troy ounces.

Jan 03, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

You enter the problem into the calculator and when you are finished you press the equals sign to make it give you the answer to your problem.

Here is an example;

If I wanted to know what the sum (or total) was for 2 + 10+ 16 - I would enter the number 2 and then the plus sign + and then the number ten and the plus sign + and then the number sixteen and the plus sign again + and then press the equals sign which looks like this =. when I press the equals sign = the calculator gives me the answer to my question of what the total of those numbers are.

I hope this helps?

Here is an example;

If I wanted to know what the sum (or total) was for 2 + 10+ 16 - I would enter the number 2 and then the plus sign + and then the number ten and the plus sign + and then the number sixteen and the plus sign again + and then press the equals sign which looks like this =. when I press the equals sign = the calculator gives me the answer to my question of what the total of those numbers are.

I hope this helps?

Jul 16, 2011 | Casio fx-300ES Calculator

Do you need help doing your homework?

If so, here's a first attempt. It may be correct, and it may not be.

It's up to you to understand the process, and to make any needed corrections.

X minus 11 equals Y.

So, X is larger than Y.

So, 3 times X minus 33 equals 3 times Y.

Thus 3 times X equals 3 times Y plus 33.

Also, 3 times X minus 4 equals 4 times Y.

So, (3 times Y plus 33) minus 4 equals 4 times Y.

Thus 0 times Y plus 29 equals 1 times Y.

So, Y equals -27.

If so, here's a first attempt. It may be correct, and it may not be.

It's up to you to understand the process, and to make any needed corrections.

X minus 11 equals Y.

So, X is larger than Y.

So, 3 times X minus 33 equals 3 times Y.

Thus 3 times X equals 3 times Y plus 33.

Also, 3 times X minus 4 equals 4 times Y.

So, (3 times Y plus 33) minus 4 equals 4 times Y.

Thus 0 times Y plus 29 equals 1 times Y.

So, Y equals -27.

Dec 10, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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