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Homework Help: maths

Posted by joi on Monday, September 26, 2011 at 10:34am.

1)There are 7 groups of Scouts attending a campfire with an average of 28 scouts per group. Each group has a different number of scouts. If the largest group has 33 scouts in it, what is the smallest possible number of scouts in each group?



2)The average amount of money that 5 boys had was $1 more than the average amount of money 4 girls had. After Miss Chan had given $10 to the girls, the boys now had the same total amount as the girls. How much money did the girls have altogether at first?

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