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# If the average (arithmetic mean) of 5 positive temperatures is x degre

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If the average (arithmetic mean) of 5 positive temperatures is x degrees Fahrenheit, then the sum of the 3 greatest of these temperatures, in degrees Fahrenheit, could be

(A) 6x
(B) 4x
(C) 5X/3
(D) 3X/2
(E) 3X/5
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18 Apr 2011, 02:48
Acer86 wrote:
If the average (arithmetic mean) of 5 positive temperatures is x degrees Fahrenheit, then the sum of the 3 greatest of these temperatures, in degrees Fahrenheit, could be
(A) 6x
(B) 4x
(C) 5X/3
(D) 3X/2
(E) 3X/5

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