# You keep track of the time you spend doing homework each evening. You spend 58 minutes, 36 minutes, 44 minutes, and 37 minutes. How do you find the mean of these times?

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You must add the data and divide the resultant sum by the total number of data in order to determine the mean of the set.

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To find the mean of the given times, you add them together and then divide the sum by the total number of times.

Mean = (58 + 36 + 44 + 37) / 4

Mean = (175) / 4

Mean = 43.75 minutes

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