The mean in math is the average number for a set of data/numbers. You find the mean by adding up all of the numbers, and then dividing how many numbers are in that set by the answer.

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To find mean in math, you add up all of the numbers that you are given and then divide that sum by how many numbers there are. For instance, add 3+6+5+7+4. The sum is 25. If you divide 25 by 5 (how many numbers you added), the answer is 5. The mean of these numbers is 5. You can find more information here: http://mathforum.org/library/drmath/view/58326.html

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