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If `sumf_ix_i=75 and sumfi=15` , then find the mean x .
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Solution
Mean = `barx=(sumf_ix_i)/(sumf_i)`
`barx=(sumf_ix_i)/(sumf_i)=75/15=5`
Mean= `bar x=5`
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