# formula of average value

**vidurkio***formulė**statusas*__T__*sritis*__radioelektronika__*atitikmenys*:*angl.*formula of average value; formula of mean value*vok.*Mittelwertformel, f*rus.*формула среднего значения, f*pranc.*formule de valeur moyenne, f

*Radioelektronikos terminų žodynas. – Vilnius : BĮ UAB „Litimo“.
Kazimieras Gaivenis, Gytis Juška, Vidas Kalesinskas.
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