# Mean+average

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**Average Daily Trading Volume - ADTV**— The average amount of individual securities traded in a day or over a specified amount of time. Trading activity relates to the liquidity of a security; therefore, when average daily trading volume is high, the stock can be easily traded and has… …142

**mean**— Synonyms and related words: Herculean, Lenten, Mickey Mouse, OK, Spartan, abject, abominable, absolutely, abstemious, abstruse, abysmal, ace high, add up to, affect, agency, agent, ailing, aim, aim at, allegorize, allude to, amidships, apparatus …143

**average**— The mean between extremes or between two or more quantities, measurements, distances, weights, etc. Feudal service performed by tenants consisting of hauling and carrying with wagons and work animals. Sometimes used as the equivalent of general… …144

**Mean down time**— In organizational management, mean down time (MDT) is the average time that a system is non operational. This includes all time associated with repair, corrective and preventive maintenance, self imposed downtime, and any logistics or… …145

**Average Annual Growth Rate - AAGR**— The average increase in the value of an individual investment or portfolio over the period of a year. It is calculated by taking the arithmetic mean of the growth rate over two annual periods. The average annual growth rate can be calculated for… …146

**mean**— See average. See average, median, mean …147

**mean value**— vidutinė vertė statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. average; average value; mean value vok. Durchschnitt, m; Mittelwert, m rus. среднее значение, n pranc. moyenne, f; valeur moyenne, f …148

**Mean Shortest Distance**— In statistical analysis of the PGP/GnuPG/OpenPGP Web of trust the mean shortest distance (MSD) is one measurement of how trusted a given PGP key is within the strongly connected set of PGP keys that make up the Web of trust.Drew Streib wrote the… …149

**Mean annual increment**— The mean annual increment (MAI) or mean annual growth refers to the average growth per year a tree or stand of trees has exhibited/experienced to a specified age. For example, a 20 year old tree that has a diameter at breast height (dbh) of 10.0… …150

**mean**— , median Each of these terms has a very specific meaning. The American Heritage Dictionary defines mean as a number that typifies a set of numbers, such as a geometric mean or an arithmetic mean, or the average value of a set of numbers. Median …151

**average collection period**— Fin the mean time required for a firm to liquidate its accounts receivable, measured from the date each receivable is posted until the last payment is received. EXAMPLE Its formula is: Accounts receivable /Average daily sales = Average collection …152

**Mean piston speed**— The mean piston speed is the average speed of the piston in a reciprocating engine. It is a function of stroke and RPM. There is a factor of 2 in the equation to account for one stroke to occur in 1/2 of a crank revolution (or alternatively: two… …153

**mean deviation**— Statistics. a measure of dispersion, computed by taking the arithmetic mean of the absolute values of the deviations of the functional values from some central value, usually the mean or median. Also called average deviation. [1890 95] * * * …154

**Mean cell volume**— A standard part of the complete blood count, the mean cell volume (MCV) is the average volume of a red blood cell. This is a calculated value derived from the hematocrit and the red cell count (The hematocrit is the ratio of the volume of red… …155

**mean**— English has three distinct words mean. The oldest, ‘intend’ [OE], goes back via a prehistoric West Germanic *mainjan to the Indo European base *men ‘think’ (source also of English memory, mention, mind, etc). The adjective ‘petty, stingy’ [12]… …156

**mean, median**— Two points to note here. First, each of these terms has a very specific definition, but those definitions dont necessarily translate abroad. My faithful first edition of the American Heritage Dictionary, for instance, defines mean as the… …157

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**mean time**— /ˈmin taɪm / (say meen tuym) noun the time at a given place on earth based on a day of 24 hours; the interval between successive local noons on which local time is based varies and so an average day of 24 hours is used, giving mean time. Also,… …159

**mean**— English has three distinct words mean. The oldest, ‘intend’ [OE], goes back via a prehistoric West Germanic *mainjan to the Indo European base *men ‘think’ (source also of English memory, mention, mind, etc). The adjective ‘petty, stingy’ [12]… …160

**Average Industrial Wage**— The mean hourly rate of pay for workforce members of a given geographical area, such as a country or province, excluding farm employees. This measurement serves as a reasonable proxy for the wage rate of the average worker in a given country, and …