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Sixteen times same number is equal to 96. find the number?

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16*X=96
x=96/16
x=6

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You've got five (5) numbers to average.
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Then you divide that by the number of numbers you started with:
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Why does this work?
Imagine you had a stick 382" long and you wanted to divide it into 5 equal parts. Easy enough, you just divide the length by 5. But what if you didn't know the stick was 382" long? And what if you only had an 8' tape measure (96")?
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