Which algebraic expression shows the average melting points of helium, hydrogen...
h = melting point of helium
j = melting point of hydrogen
k = melting point of neon
Number of values = 3
Therefore, the average is
(Sum of values)/(Number of values) = (h+j+k)/3
The average melting point of helium, hydrogen, and neon is
c. h+j+k over 3
We know that,
Here, h, j and k represents the melting point of helium, hydrogen and Neon respectively,
Since, the sum of melting points = h + j + k,
Also, the total number of gases = 3,
Or (h+j+k) over 3
⇒ Option c is correct.
greater than one
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