I'm trying to do a calculation at work to figure out what the average # of pages a visitor is viewing.
I am given:
12% of visits do not bounce (that is, 12% navigate the site at least one link after stumbling upon it)
1.23 pages/visit is the average amount of pages a visitor sees.
My current attempt:
( 47,000 visits ) * (.12) = (1.23 pages)/(1 visit )
Solving for: the number of pages the average non-bouncing visitor is viewing, in order to bump the average to 1.23
Notice the glaring lack of variable... I have been out of hard math for maybe 4-5 years now, and I'm sure this is far below the average question you guys get, but I don't necessarily need you to tell me the solution so much as remind me of the problem-solving logic I should apply to solve this on my own... thank you very much for your time!