4th math
posted by sue .
can you help me with this problem,? here is the number of lunches served last week at a school.
234,234,245,250,255.
I already got the median is 245 set and Mode is 234 set.
what do you think will be the next number of lunches serves? why?

4th math 
sue
whats the answer?
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