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noun The sum of the values of all observations or data points divided by the number of observations; an arithmetical average; the central tendency of a collection of numbers, which is a sum of the numbers divided by the amount of numbers the collection.
• Population mean (µ).
• Sample mean (x-bar).
adjective Stingy; miserly; unwilling to share.
adjective Unkind, spiteful.
meanStatistics The sum of values divided by number of values. See Arithmetric mean, Geometric mean, Weighted mean.
meansee ARITHMETIC MEAN.
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