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In terms of y, what is the average (arithmetic mean) of 4y and 22 ?

A. 4y + 22
B. 4y + 11
C. 4y − 22
D. 2y + 11
E. 2y + 22

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Re: In terms of y, what is the average (arithmetic mean) of 4y and 22 ?  [#permalink]

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Average Arth. Mean of 4y & 22 = (4y+22)/2 = 2y + 11
So Answer is D
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Solution

To find:
• The average of 4y and 22, in terms of y

Approach and Working:
• Average = $$\frac{(4y + 22)}{2} = 2y + 11$$

Hence, the correct answer is Option D

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