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four consecutive multiples of 13 add up to 286. what is the largest number?

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    divide 286 by 13 and get 22

    so, you want 4 numbers which add to 22.
    2 consecutive numbers which ad to 11 are 5,6

    so, the 4 consecutive numbers are 4,5,6,7

    Multiply by 13 and add them up to get 286.

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