Not Your Average Problem

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Dawsen Husdon, Staff reporter

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The first student to solve this math equation will win FREE food or drinks at The Cove in the form of 10 Cove Bucks.

Bring in your answer to room 303 and show us how you got the answer to win!

 

Ten kids are huddled together in a circle. They have a total of 300 Legos in their hands. If each number of Legos in both hands was the average of the two numbers nearest it, what is the largest number of Legos in their hands?

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