At a certain food stand, the price of each apple is ¢ 40 and the price of each orange is ¢ 60. Mary
selects a total of 10 apples and oranges from the food stand, and the average (arithmetic mean)
price of the 10 pieces of fruit is ¢ 56. How many oranges must Mary put back so that the average
price of the pieces of fruit that she keeps is ¢ 52?
Answer:E. I solved the question and got ans as 2
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