Instruction

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First, it follows from these two numbers determine the minimum and maximum comparison. Then from the larger value to take less. Example. You need to determine

**the average**value between the numbers 14 and 76. Seventy-six more than fourteen. The difference between these numbers: 76-14=62, is sixty two.2

If is

**the average**value between numbers with different modules (positive and negative), then the difference should be found by the rule of subtracting numbers with different signs: from the larger number to take less and put the answer the sign of the larger number. Example: the difference between the numbers -3 and 6 to find how |6-3|=3 and assign the answer to a plus sign.3

Then, the obtained difference is divided by the number of integers among which the need to find

**the average**value. Defined in the above example**, the average**value is between two numbers, then finding the average value should be found to split the difference, equal to sixty-two by two. It turns out, 62/2=31. Answer:**the average**between the numbers fourteen and sixty-two is the number thirty-one. It is located on the**numeric**axis exactly between these values.