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  • 3 years ago

If x is the average of k and 10,and y is the average of k and 4,what is the average of x and y,in terms of k ?

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  1. hba
    • 3 years ago
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    @hartnn I do not even know how to translate this

  2. hartnn
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    that made my head spin....

  3. hba
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    x=k+10/2

  4. hartnn
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    k+10 = 2x k+4=2y (x+y)/2 = ?

  5. hartnn
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    add first 2 equations and divide by 4

  6. hba
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    first teach me how to translate it ?

  7. hartnn
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    x is the average of k and 10 x= (k+10)/2

  8. hba
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    Oh i got it :D

  9. hartnn
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    good :)

  10. hba
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    k+7/2 @hartnn >Right or wrong ?

  11. hartnn
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    (2k+14) /4 = k/2+7/2

  12. hba
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    haha it is the same lol Thanks :)

  13. hba
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    6.7times10^-2=0.067 right or wrong ? @hartnn

  14. hartnn
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    right.

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