# 50 and 101 Average 50 and 101 average provides the comprehensive information about what is the average of 50 and 101, and how it is being calculated mathematically. To calculate the average, the given quantities 50 and 101 can be of any physical quantity but both should have been expressed in the same measurement units.

50 and 101 average:
= (50 + 101)/2,
= 151/2,
= 75.5

Hence,
the average of 50 and 101 is equal to 75.5

where,
50 and 101 physical quantities in same measurement units,
151 is the sum of quantities,
2 is the total number of quantities,
75.5 is the average of 50 and 101

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## How-to: Average of 50 and 101

The step-by-step work shows how to find what is the average of 50 and 101. The solution for 50 and 101 average is same for all the following queries but have to append the measurement units based on the measurement units of physical quantities being measured.

Unitless Measurement:
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Average Score or Marks:
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Solved Example:
what is the average of 50 and 101?

step 1 Address the input parameters and observe what to be found:
Input values:
Quantity A = 50
Quantity B = 101

What to be found:
Find the average of 50 and 101

step 2 Find the sum of quantities 50 and 101.
50 + 101 = 151

step 3 Find how many number of inputs:
The calculation involves two quantities 50 and 101, so the number of quantities is 2.

step 4 To find the average of 50 and 101, divide the sum of quantities 151 by the total number of quantities 2:
= 151/2
= 75.5
(50 + 101)/2 = 75.5

Hence,
75.5 is the average of 50 and 101. 