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The average of the first 4 numbers is 14. The average of the next 6 numbers is 25. What is the average of all 10 numbers. Can you explain how to calculate this please.

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    4 * 14 = 56

    6 * 25 = 150

    150 + 56 = 206

    206 / 10 = 20.6

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