** Average Short Tricks Practice Questions:-**

**Average Short Tricks Practice Questions:-**

Today we shear **Average Short Tricks Practice Questions PDF Quantitative Aptitude.** we have prepared practice exercises categorized into many Type, like Easy Level, Moderate Level and Hard Level keeping in view various exam pattern.

**average?**

In simple terms, averages usually refer to the sum of given numbers divided by the total number of terms listed. Averages = (sum of all terms)/ number of terms Average is the estimation of the middle number of any series of numbers. **we provide here Average Short Tricks Practice Questions PDF Quantitative Aptitude **

** Rule : In the Arithmetic Progression there are two cases when the number of terms is odd and second one is when number of terms is even**.

**Rule : The average of the series which is in A.P. can be calculated by ½(first + last term)**

**Rule : If the average of n numbers is A and if we add x to each term then the new average will be = (A+ x).**

**Rule : If the average of n numbers is A and if we multiply p with each term then the new average will be = (A x p).****hich can also be applied on the same principle as the above, i.e. subtraction and division.**

**Rule : In some cases, if a number is included in the series of numbers then the average will change and the value of the newly added term will be = Given average + (number of new terms x increase in average).This value will also same as the New average + (number of previous terms x increase in average ) .**

**Rule : In some cases a number is excluded and one more number is added in the series of the number then the average will change by q and the value of the newly added term will be = Replaced Term + (increased in average x number of terms ).**

**Rule : There are two more cases when the series is divided into two parts.**

**C 1 : When the term is excluded.**

Average(total ) + number of terms in first part x {average (total) – average (first part)} + number of terms in second part x {average (total) – average (second part)}

**C 2: When the term is included.**

Average (total) + number of terms in first part x {average (first part) – average(total) }+ x number of terms in second part x {average (second part) – average (total)}

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