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Find the average of the first 14 positive odd integers.

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I think

1+3+5+7+9+11+13+15+17+19+21+23+25+27=196

but I am not sure

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you are correct. Why would you not be sure, unless you don't trust tour addition?

Just FYI, the sum of the 1st n odd numbers is n^2, so in this case the sum is indeed 14^2.

So, the average of the 1st n odd numbers is always n^2/n = n.

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thank you

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