Being average is still considered normal. And being ordinary should never determine your self-worth since you are exceptionally gifted in **other areas**. It's acceptable to not be good at everything because it's just impossible to be good at everything. Being average means that you're neither the best nor the worst, you're just okay.

You will most likely be average in **many parts** of life, but you may be exceptional in others. It's okay not to have everything. Mediocrity is not anything to be embarrassed of. It's completely acceptable if you know you're okay with being average at something.

A excellent average is one that contains all or most of the following traits (characteristics): It should be straightforward to compute and understand. (2) A mathematical formula should explicitly explain it. (3) Extreme values should have **no effect** on it. (4) It should not depend on very few cases. (5) It should be consistent with other measures of central tendency.

The ideal average should not affect any particular case more than any other average. For example, an average that takes into account the number of letters in a word would favor short words over long ones if there were no limit to how many characters could appear in a sentence. Such an average would be inconsistent because it would never give equal weight to all words of equal length. An ideal average would also be inconsistent with another measure of central tendency-the mode-because it would never choose the value that appears most often as its behavior would be dependent on chance.

In mathematics, the term "ideal average" refers to **any number** that satisfies **two conditions**: It should be independent of the data set used to calculate the average and It should represent the average of the data set fairly, i.e., according to the rules of **arithmetic mean**.

In statistics, the term "ideal average" refers to the fact that the statistical mean is always defined as a value that is expected to be close to the arithmetic mean of the data.

Noun. An average, mean, median, or norm, or something that reflects a midpoint. The quotient derived by dividing **the sum total** of a collection of figures by the number of figures is the average. On tests, he had an average score of 85. It might be the basic average, or it could signify a figure in the middle of two extremes. There are many ways to find the average of numbers.

Average can also refer to a quantity that represents the central tendency of a group of numbers. This type of average is usually indicated with a cent symbol, such as the centile measure. The twentieth percentile is called the average percentile. The mode is the most common value, and it is considered the default measure for averages. When there are three or more values, they may be expressed in terms of other measures such as the median or some quantile. Average can also refer to a single instance of this quantity. For example, you can say that Joe has an average height of 1.44 m (4 ft 11 in).

In mathematics, statistics, and economics, the term average refers to **any quantity** that represents the center of gravity or average level of a series of numbers. In this sense, the word "average" can be used as a noun, pronoun, or adjective. Averages are often used in **statistical sampling procedures** where they provide a way of estimating the true value of a parameter being studied.

Mike Rose demonstrates in his article "I Just Wanna Be Average" how society frequently overlooks and undervalues kids' true potential and points out that the influence a teacher has on **his or her pupils** is highly powerful through metaphor and imagery, emotional appeal, and logical appeal. Mike Rose argues that this song is about giving everyone the chance to realize **their own averageity** by not letting **social differences** such as wealth, gender, or race prevent anyone from achieving success.

Average is used here as a noun, but it can also be used as an adjective. Average people are those who are neither very good nor very bad; they represent **the common man**. This doesn't mean that they are useless or insignificant, but rather that they can't be singled out as heroes or villains. They can only be admired or despised as a group.

Averageness exists on a scale where one person is more average than another person. The more average you are, the better off you will be. The less average you are, the worse off you will be. This isn't necessarily bad or good - it's just the way things are. Sometimes people call someone "average" when they really mean "mediocre." If this is the case, then try to avoid taking it personally - it's not you, it's them.

In conclusion, average is used here as a noun to describe people as well as a verb to describe what someone does or is.