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the average grade of students in Group A is 4. the average

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07 Nov 2007, 13:55
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the average grade of students in Group A is 4.
the average grade of students in Group B is 3.
If the groups were merged into one group, what is the average of the group?

1. there are twice as many students in group1 as in group 2
2. There are 4 more students in group 2 than group 1.
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07 Nov 2007, 15:37
bmwhype2 wrote:
the average grade of students in Group A is 4.
the average grade of students in Group B is 3.
If the groups were merged into one group, what is the average of the group?

1. there are twice as many students in group1 as in group 2
2. There are 4 more students in group 2 than group 1.

Useing 1 Assume group 2 has 1 student then group 1 has 2 students
new avg = (4*2+3*1)/3 Suff

Using 2 B-A=4 insuff we need to some how know the ratio of people in A and B

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18 Dec 2007, 12:09
fairly easy.

merged avg = s1+s2 / n1+n2

OA is A
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