My math  ways are to add them together and then divide by six but thats not giving me the exact answer that i need.
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You would only divide by 6 if you were finding the average of 6 numbers.

So this is (34+33)/2=67/2=33.5 or 33½.

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To find average first get the sum of all numbers. Then devide the answer by the numbers count.

(34+33)/2 = 67/2 = 33.5
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