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  • one year ago

Help please?? Find the three arithmetic means between 10 and 18.

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  1. anonymous
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    @YoungTrilogyFT3 can you help with this one too please?

  2. anonymous
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    look at the example i gave you last time and see if you can try to figure out one

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    Is it supposed to be 10+18/2? If so what do I do next?

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    what is 10 + 18?

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    28

  6. anonymous
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    then whatever that answer is you divide by 2

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    okay so that's 14. Now what do I do?

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    10 + 14 = then divide by 2 again

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    okay so 24/2 so 12 and then do I do 10+12/2?

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    no you add 14 and 18 and then divide by 2

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    okay so the answers are 12,14,16?

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    correct

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    ok so for the future i think all you have to do is add the two numbers they give you and divide by 2 and then do the same things we just did so if it was 8 and 12 then you would add 8 and 12 which is 20 then divide it by 2 which would be 10 then you put 8 and 10 together which is 18 and divide it by 2 which is 9 and then i am pretty sure you add 10 and 12 which is 22 then divide by 2 which is 11 so the 3 answers would be 10,9 and 11 but that is what i just learned and figured out (if i am correct)

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