# Math Averages

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### #1 mathnewbie

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Posted 19 April 2012 - 10:38 PM

Hi, how would you make a system that would calculate an average. Example, lets say I have 3 number (10-5-20) now how would I make an object that you could click on that would give you the average of the 3 numbers? trying to make a simple math program to calculate averages. Any ideas? thanks!
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### #2 ookami125

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Posted 19 April 2012 - 10:59 PM

would you like to add any amount of numbers or just 3 every time?

if you'd like to use any amount of numbers this would most likely work best:
```//argument0=Number of values you are using
//put all values into array "value[x]"
var i, result;
while(i<argument0)
{
result=value[i];
i+=1;
}
return result/argument0;
```

Edited by ookami125, 19 April 2012 - 11:03 PM.

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### #3 mathnewbie

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Posted 19 April 2012 - 11:49 PM

Hi, how would you make a system that would calculate an average. Example, lets say I have 3 number (10-5-20) now how would I make an object that you could click on that would give you the average of the 3 numbers? trying to make a simple math program to calculate averages. Any ideas? thanks!

Hi, only three numbers. Also how would you design this? Do you chaege a fee to help desing a demo? Thank you.
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### #4 thegame

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Posted 20 April 2012 - 12:35 AM

I do believe that GM has a 'mean' function which calculates the mean (average) of whatever numbers you give it (up to 16 values). I'm not sure if they put it in HTML5 yet, but they probably did...
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### #5 mathnewbie

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Posted 28 April 2012 - 11:19 PM

would you like to add any amount of numbers or just 3 every time?

if you'd like to use any amount of numbers this would most likely work best:

```//argument0=Number of values you are using
//put all values into array "value[x]"
var i, result;
while(i<argument0)
{
result=value[i];
i+=1;
}
return result/argument0;
```

Can I hire anyone to help me make this?
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