Jan 30, 2021 Thread starter #1 M mjcruzz New member Jan 30, 2021 1 I can't seem to understand how to solve this problem. Please help Attachments Screen Shot 2021-01-30 at 8.20.30 PM.png 871.9 KB Views: 7
Feb 3, 2021 #2 C Country Boy Well-known member MHB Math Helper Jan 30, 2018 619 The average of 3 numbers, a, b, and c, is \(\displaystyle \frac{a+ b+ c}{3}\). With the given example (3+ 4+ 8)/3= 15/3= 5. You need "avg_sales= (numsales1+ numsales2+ numsales3)/3"
The average of 3 numbers, a, b, and c, is \(\displaystyle \frac{a+ b+ c}{3}\). With the given example (3+ 4+ 8)/3= 15/3= 5. You need "avg_sales= (numsales1+ numsales2+ numsales3)/3"