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# first and third syllables in a sentence

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In mathematics and statistics, the arithmetic mean ( /ˌærɪθˈmɛtɪk ˈmiːn/, stress on **first and third syllables** of "arithmetic"), or simply the mean or the average (when the context is clear), is the sum of a collection of numbers divided by the count of numbers in the collection.

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in a five-syllable word, the **first and third syllables** have secondary stress, and so on. Long polysyllables are not often used in conversation.

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For example, the word amazing has primary stress on the second syllable, while the **first and third syllables** are unstressed, whereas the word organization has primary stress on the fourth syllable, secondary stress on the first, and the second, third and fifth unstressed.

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An alternative view is that the name evolved directly from the name Constantinople, with the **first and third syllables** dropped.

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For example, nerciqsugnarquq "(s)he probably will eat" is has the stress pattern [('nəχ)(tʃiq.'sux)naχ.qoq], with stress on the **first and third syllables**.

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Because the **first and third syllables** are weak, they are deleted in this word in Ottawa: nmakzin.

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The **first and third syllables** are metrically weak and are deleted in Ottawa: nmakzinan.

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The primary pattern stresses the **first and third syllables**, while the main focus of the stress falls on the last syllable that is stressed.

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In an amphibrachic pair, each word is an amphibrach and has the second syllable stressed and the **first and third syllables** unstressed.

# Some Words

- the sum
- an observational study
- frequently a set
- other means
- the geometric mean
- the arithmetic mean
- many diverse fields
- almost every academic field
- some extent
- the arithmetic average income
- a nation's population
- central tendencies
- a robust statistic
- skewed distributions
- a few people's incomes
- one's notion
- "middle", and robust statistics
- the median
- better description
- central tendency
- (AFC
- the two conferences
- (NFL
- the highest professional level
- American football
- This conference
- its counterpart
- (NFC
- 16 teams
- 4 divisions
- Both conferences
- the 1970 merger
- the rival American Football League
- the former AFL teams
- three NFL teams
- the AFC
- the remaining thirteen NFL clubs
- the NFC
- league expansions
- division realignments