dynamical list problem

01022019, 06:08 PM
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RE: dynamical list problem
Your process is not clear.
(01022019 04:36 PM)peacecalc Wrote: 4 {1 2 1 3} Now the first time for building an averge value: m = 4/3 + (32)/(1/3) = 13/3 I make the average \( \frac {1+2+1+3} 4 = \frac 7 4 \) (01022019 04:36 PM)peacecalc Wrote: 5 {1 2 1 3 2} m = 3/1 + 2/1 = 5. Again, your process is not clear. How are you going from a list of 5 numbers to \( m=\frac 3 1 + \frac 2 1 = 5 \) ? If you can explain in clearer terms exactly what you're trying to achieve, we might be able to help. 

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