### Definition of Averages

1. Noun. (plural of average) ¹

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### Literary usage of Averages

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1. Elements of Statistics by Arthur Lyon Bowley (1901)
"CHAPTER V. averages. IT is natural, in a book with the present title, to allot a considerable space to averages. By the use of averages complex groups and ..."

2. The Essentials of Logic by Roy Wood Sellars (1917)
"CHAPTER XXII averages AND GRAPHS The Uses of averages. ... Thus, two forests can only be compared by means of totals or averages of some sort. " 3. ..."

3. The Parliamentary Debatesby Thomas Curson Hansard, Great Britain Parliament by Thomas Curson Hansard, Great Britain Parliament (1821)
"With respect to the averages, as taken heretofore, it was known that a great deal of intricacy and confusion prevailed upon the ..."

4. Journal of the Statistical Society of London by Statistical Society (Great Britain) (1850)
"On the Relative Value of averages derived from different numbers of Observations. By WILLIAM A. GUY, MB, Cantab, Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians; ..."

5. The Elements of Statistical Method by Willford Isbell King (1912)
"TYPES AND averages. Sec. 66. Uses of Types or averages. averages are used 1. To give a concise picture of a large group. We could not grasp the idea well if ..."

6. The Journal of Educational Research by American Educational Research Association (1921)
"averages Not long ago after we had addressed a splendid audience ... All measures of central tendency are properly called "averages. ..."

7. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1843)
"If we take the averages of the kingdom for six weeks in l840—.if we take those for the ... If we exclude the London market altogether from the averages, ..."