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Second Part: Mean and Average Tutorial
In this second part of Mean and Average tutorial , I demonstrate the relationship timeaverage, delayedaverage, movingaverage and delayedmovingaverage using of average composition diagram and fundamental theorem.
Suppose we have a sequence of measurement that we give notation . The index of sequence is regarded as the position of the element . We assume the index of the sequence always start at 1 and increase by natural number up to the last measurement . In this case, the sequence have a fixed length . Alternatively, the sequence can also dynamically grow over time. When the sequence grows over time, the length is not specified.
The topics are the following:
Fundamental Relationship between Averages
Resources on Mean and AverageRelationship of TimeAverage and Movingaverage
Relationship of DelayedAverage and DelayedMovingaverage
Relationship of DelayedAverage and Movingaverage and TimeAverage
Relationship of DelayedAverage and DelayedMovingAverage and TimeAverage
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