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Richard N Goss wrote:

> By "average", I meant the 1st of the three definitions in the <<Concise
> Oxford Dictionary>>.
>
> "Average, n. Generally prevailing rate, degree, or <<AMMOUNT>>; ordinary
> standard, medial estimate...."

Sorry. I should have indicated that I was curious about the mathematical
average number of bars in all dances. A rather usless bit of trivia, I admit.
Still, I am surprised to see average meaning medial estimate, That would not
fit the definitions in the statistics courses I took years ago.

Harry

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