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Cracking the Test: Determine the Fifth Student's Score in a Group with Varying Averages

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Question: In a group of five students who took the same test, four of the scores were 85 , 92 , 81 , and 95 . If the average of the five students was 89 , what was the score of the fifth student?

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The sum of the scores for the five students can be found by multiplying the average score by the number of students. So, 89 * 5 = 445 To find the score of the fifth student, subtract the known scores from the total. 445 (total of all scores) - 85 - 92 - 81 - 95 = 92 So, the fifth student's score was 92.

Answered by gpt-4

March 27, 2024, 5:36 a.m.

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Published: Wednesday, March 27, 2024

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