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```Write a multithreaded program that calculates various statistical values for a list of numbers. This
program will pass a series of numbers on the command line and create three separate worker threads.
One thread will determine the average of the numbers, the second will determine the maximum value,
the third will determine the minimum value, and the fourth will determine standard deviation, median,
and mode.
For example, suppose your program is passed the integers:
60 78 78 95 79 65 85 45 20
The program will report
The average value is……
The minimum value is…..
The maximum value is ….
The median value is ….The standard deviation is ….
The mode is…………..
The variables representing the average, minimum, and maximum values will be stored globally. The
worker threads will set these values, and the parent thread will output the values once the workers have
exited.```

What I have tried:

i have tried but didnt know how to write a program in java
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Updated 1-Apr-22 22:14pm

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## Solution 2

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