Question: Greater than 25

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Sorry, but I don't get the meaning: "2 of the numbers add to 30". Could you say it in different words?
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GIVEN: There are 4 numbers, which we'll call w, x, y and z.
GIVEN: The average of w, x, y and z is 25.

Statement 1) Two of the four values (from w, x, y and z) are such that they add to 30.

So, for example, it could be the case that w = 5 and x = 25 (since the sum of those two values is 30)
Or it could be the case that x = 20 and z = 10 (since the sum of those two values is 30)
Or it could be the case that y = 14 and z = 16 (since the sum of those two values is 30)
etc...

Does that help?

Cheers,
Brent

yes, thank you for immediate reply

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