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In summary, to calculate the average of n numbers, you can use the formula N/n, where N is the sum of all the numbers and n is the total number of numbers. This can be achieved by a loop that adds each number in an array and then divides the sum by the total number of numbers.

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You need "avg_sales= (numsales1+ numsales2+ numsales3)/3"

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N= 0

for (i= 0; i< n; i++)

N= N+ num

Average= N/n;

In the case that n= 3, N would start at 0, after the i= 0 loop, N= 0+ num[0]= num[0], after the i= 1 loop, N= num[0]+ num[1], and after the i= 2 loop, N= (num[0]+ num[1])= num[2]= num[0]+ num[1]+ num[2]. The loop stops there because i= 3 does not satify "i< 3", and then Average= (num[0]+ num[1]+ num[2])/3.

An average computing problem is a mathematical problem that involves finding the average or mean value of a set of numbers. This is typically done by adding all the numbers together and then dividing by the total number of numbers in the set.

Computing an average is important in various fields such as statistics, economics, and science. It allows us to summarize and make sense of a large set of data by providing a single representative value.

The formula for computing an average is: average = sum of numbers / total number of numbers.

Some common mistakes when solving an average computing problem include forgetting to include all the numbers in the set, using the wrong formula, and rounding incorrectly.

Yes, an average computing problem can be solved with any set of numbers, as long as they are all numerical values. However, the result may not be meaningful if the numbers in the set are not related or if there are extreme outliers.

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