Limitations of arithmetic mean, Applied Statistics

The calculations of arithmetic mean may be simple and foolproof, but the application of the result may not be so foolproof. An arithmetic mean may not merely lack significance; it may well be positively misleading. Mean should never be accepted as significant without supporting credentials 

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