Averages is a topic asked in Quantitative Aptitude Tests. This topic is based on the mathematical concept of Average.

#### What is Average

An Average of numbers is the sum of numbers divided by the count of numbers.

For example, the average age of four numbers 12, 14, 16, and 18 respectively is (12+14+16+18)/4 = 60/4 = 15.

#### The Golden Formula of Average

In Averages, there is just one formula that you need to remember.

**Average = Total Sum of Numbers / Count of Numbers**

#### Example Questions

Let us have a look at a few example questions from our free Aptitude Practice Tool.

#### How to Solve Questions of Averages in an Aptitude Test

In question, you will usually be either given the average or sum total and asked to find certain values or vice versa. All sums related to averages can be solved by using the golden formula of average. The challenging part could be in understanding the question itself. One simple trick is that if you see the word average in the question, you can apply the average formula to find information like Sum total or count of numbers. Once you have more information in hand, you can further solve the question.

Read more: How to solve any question of Averages in Aptitude Test

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