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there are seven consecutive even numbers .if the largest no is x write an algebraic expression for the middle no . if the middle no is 48 find the value of smallest no

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from smallest to largest of the 7 consecutive EVENS

x, x+2, x+4, x+6, x+8, x+10, x+12

middle is x+6

x+6 = 48
x= 42

smallest is 42

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