Mean Worksheets

Polish to perfection your skill at calculating the average or the central value of data distribution with this ensemble of free mean worksheets. Our pdf worksheets work well as a tried and trusted guide for students to practice the fundamental concept of statistics. The exercises include finding the average of up to six and eight integer data points, calculating the mean of decimal data values, and determining the missing data points using the mean.

These printable mean worksheets are highly recommended for grade 5, grade 6, and grade 7.

CCSS: 6.SP

Find the Mean – Up to 6 Data Values | Worksheet #1

With this free worksheet, calculating the mean is no head-scratcher for students in 5th grade and 6th grade. Let them implement the mean formula: sum of the data points / number of data points, and calculate the mean of up to 6 data values in the range 0 to 20.

Find the Mean – Up to 6 Data Values | Worksheet #1

Find the Mean – Up to 6 Data Values | Worksheet #2

Seeing in their mind’s eye the steps involved in the mean calculation is how young learners best whip through this pdf worksheet, offering the foundational practice. Solve the problems so you know finding the average like the back of your hand!

Find the Mean – Up to 6 Data Values | Worksheet #2

Find the Mean – Up to 8 Data Values

Let your mean calculation skills snowball into an expert’s show with this free printable handout! Zero in on the indicated 5 to 8 integer data values. Add them up and divide by the number of points in each set to figure out the average!

Find the Mean – Up to 8 Data Values

Find the Mean – Decimal Data Points

Incorporating decimal data values and a few integers – both up to 20 – this exercise substantially complements your average-finding practice. Plug the values in the mean formula and determine the average of ten discrete data sets.

Find the Mean – Decimal Data Points

Find the Missing Data Points

Beat your brains out finding the missing data value using a given mean with this 7th grade practice worksheet! Isolate the missing value upon rearranging the formula, substitute the known values, and solve for the missing ones.

Find the Missing Data Points