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The sum of four consecutive multiples of 5 is 230. What is the greatest of these numbers ?

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    230 / 4 = 57.5

    Does that give you a clue?

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    n +(n+5) + (n+10) + (n+15) = 230 (we want n + 15)

    4 n + 30 = 230
    4 n = 200
    n = 50
    n+15 = 65

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    thank you

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