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### Definition of Averages

**1.** average [v] - See also: average

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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**, ..."