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A student received grades of 65, 74, & 2 on the last three exams. What is the lowest possible score he can receive on the fourth test so that his aveage is at east 79

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whats 79 times 4?
it is 316
add all the scores he got, subtract it from 316 and you got it

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oh kool ok. the taught me a diferent way. lol
it equals 85 but it s not answering the problem.
what do you mean?
what was his 3 test scores?
never mind u are CORRECT!! :) SORRY. thank you the way you tought me is super easy
can you help me with one more problem
A driver cannot exceed 62 mph when driving on the state highway. If she needs to travel 527 miles what is the range of values for her time spent driving.
i don't get it? what is the range of values? meaning how long she will drive?

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