## If the average (arithmetic mean) of $$5$$ positive temperatures is $$x$$ degrees Fahrenheit, then the sum of the $$3$$

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### If the average (arithmetic mean) of $$5$$ positive temperatures is $$x$$ degrees Fahrenheit, then the sum of the $$3$$

by M7MBA » Thu Sep 17, 2020 1:21 am

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If the average (arithmetic mean) of $$5$$ positive temperatures is $$x$$ degrees Fahrenheit, then the sum of the $$3$$ greatest of these temperatures, in degrees Fahrenheit, could be:

A. $$6x$$
B. $$4x$$
C. $$\dfrac{5x}3$$
D. $$\dfrac{3x}2$$
E. $$\dfrac{3x}5$$

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### Re: If the average (arithmetic mean) of $$5$$ positive temperatures is $$x$$ degrees Fahrenheit, then the sum of the $$3 by Scott@TargetTestPrep » Mon Sep 21, 2020 6:27 am M7MBA wrote: Thu Sep 17, 2020 1:21 am If the average (arithmetic mean) of \(5$$ positive temperatures is $$x$$ degrees Fahrenheit, then the sum of the $$3$$ greatest of these temperatures, in degrees Fahrenheit, could be:

A. $$6x$$
B. $$4x$$
C. $$\dfrac{5x}3$$
D. $$\dfrac{3x}2$$
E. $$\dfrac{3x}5$$