# =AVERAGE(B2:B6, 5) returns the average of the numbers and 5 : AVERAGE « Statistical functions « Microsoft Office Excel 2007 Tutorial

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21.1.3.=AVERAGE(B2:B6, 5) returns the average of the numbers and 5
 `Input the formula: =AVERAGE(B2:B6, 5). Press Enter to get the result.`
 21.1.AVERAGE 21.1.1. AVEDEV(number1,number2,...) returns the average of the absolute deviations of data points from their mean 21.1.2. AVERAGE(number1,number2,...) returns the average (arithmetic mean) 21.1.3. =AVERAGE(B2:B6, 5) returns the average of the numbers and 5 21.1.4. Use AVERAGE with more than one range: =AVERAGE(A1:A12, B1:B12)