The calculation of a set of ratios from two sets of paired experimental data is a common practice. The ratio of the averages of two sets is in general not equal to the average of the ratios of individual pairs, and there is no predictable relation if both sets of data are unspecified real numbers. However, we prove here that the ratio of averages is the… (More)
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