**Python Programs**

Python Flow Control

➤ Even Number in Python

➤ Odd Number in Python

➤ Even Odd Program

➤ Largest of 3 Numbers

➤ Leap Year Program

➤ Multiplication Table

➤ Factors of a Number

➤ Prime Factors in Python

➤ Factorial of a Number

➤ Factorial using Function

➤ Math.factorial() in Python

➤ Factorial using Recursion

➤ LCM of Two Numbers

➤ HCF/GCD of 2 Numbers

➤ Solve Quadratic Equation

➤ Sum of Digits of a Number

➤ Sum of N Natural Numbers

➤ Fibonacci Series in Python

➤ Fibonacci Series – Recursion

➤ Simple Calculator in Python

➤ Perfect Square in Python

➤ Absolute Value in Python

Conversion Programs

➤ Celsius to Fahrenheit

➤ Fahrenheit to Celsius

➤ Decimal to Binary

➤ Binary to Decimal

➤ Decimal to Octal

➤ Octal to Decimal

➤ Decimal to Hexadecimal

➤ Hexadecimal to Decimal

Array Programs

➤ Linear Search in Python

➤ Binary Search in Python

We will develop a Python program to calculate the average of numbers in a given list. The average is defined as the mean value which is equal to the ratio of the sum of the number of a given set of values to the total number of values present in the set. Here, we will calculate the average of n numbers using various methods.

**How to find the average of numbers:**

**Average Formula** = Total sum of all numbers / Number of item in the set

Average = (x_{1}+x_{2}+x_{3}+…+x_{n})/n

**Mathematically,**

list = [5, 10, 15, 20, 25]

Average = (5+10+15+20+25)/5 = 75/5 = 15

## Python Program for Average of Numbers in a List

In this program, we are using the **For Loop** to calculate the sum of numbers in a list. we can also take the help of a function to find the average of numbers in a list. A function is a block of code that performs a specific task. **len() function** is used to get the length or the number of elements in a list.

```
# Python program to calculate the average of numbers in a given list
def find_Average(n):
sum_num = 0
for i in n:
# calculate sum of numbers in list
sum_num = sum_num + i
# calculate average of numbers in list
avg = sum_num / len(n)
return avg
# take list
l = [5, 3, 8, 20, 15]
# calling function and display result
print('The average of list = %0.2f' %find_Average(l))
```

Output:-

The average of list = 10.20

**In the previous program, inputs are hardcoded in the program but in this program, inputs will be provided by the user.**

```
def find_Average(n):
sum_num = 0
for i in n:
sum_num = sum_num + i
avg = sum_num / len(n)
return avg
# total number you want to enter
n = int(input('How many numbers: '))
#take list
l = []
for i in range(n):
l.append(float(input('Enter number: ')))
print('The average of list = %0.2f' %find_Average(l))
```

Output:-

How many numbers: 3

Enter number: 10

Enter number: 20

Enter number: 25

The average of list = 18.33

## Python Average Function

We can calculate the average of numbers in the list by simply using the **sum()** and **len()** function. *sum()* will return the sum of all the numbers in the list, which can be divided by the number of elements returned by the* len()* function.

```
# Python program to calculate the average of numbers in a given list
def find_Average(n):
# calculate average of numbers in list
return sum(n) / len(n)
# take list
l = [4, 3, 15.5, 20, 17]
# calling function and display result
print('The average of list = %0.2f' %find_Average(l))
```

Output:-

The average of list = 11.90

## Python Mean of List

The **mean()** function in the python **statistics** library can be used to directly compute the average of a list.

```
# Python program to calculate the average of numbers in a given list
#importing mean() function
from statistics import mean
def find_Average(n):
# calculate average or mean
return mean(n)
# take list
l = [25, 50, 14, 63, 48, 53]
# calling function and display result
print('The average of list = %0.2f' %find_Average(l))
```

Output:-

The average of list = 42.17

## Python Average of List using reduce() and lambda

The **reduce()** to reduce the loop and by using the **lambda** function can compute summation of the list. The *reduce()* function is basically used to apply a particular(input) function to the set of elements passed to the function.

```
# Python program to calculate the average of numbers in a given list
#importing reduce() function
from functools import reduce
def find_Average(n):
# calculate average of numbers in list
return reduce(lambda x, y: x + y, n) / len(n)
# take list
l = [15, 13, 17, 2, 17]
# calling function and display result
print('The average of list = %0.2f' %find_Average(l))
```

Output:-

The average of list = 12.80

## Python Average of Numbers in a List using numpy.average() methods

The** numpy.average()** method is used to calculate the average of numbers in the list.

```
# Python program to calculate the average of numbers in a given list
#importing numpy() module
import numpy
def find_Average(n):
# calculate average of numbers in list
return numpy.average(n)
# take list
l = [2, 5, 10, 21, 4, 25]
# calling function and display result
print('The average of list = %0.2f' %find_Average(l))
```

Output:-

The average of list = 11.17

Also See:- How to find the average of 3 numbers in Python

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