1. Mean - Online Etymology Dictionary


    mean (n.) "that which is halfway between extremes," early 14c., from Old French meien "middle, means, intermediary," noun use of adjective from Latin medianus "of or ...

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  5. Origins of some arithmetic terms - pballew.net


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  7. Exponential Functions: Introduction - Purplemath


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