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1. Suppose you have made 3 block towers: one 3 blocks tall, one 6 blocks tall, and one
2 blocks tall. Describe some ways to make 2 more towers so that there is an average of
4 blocks in all 5 towers. Explain your reasoning
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1. Suppose you have made 3 block towers: one 3 blocks tall, one 6 blocks tall, and one 2 blocks tall. Describe some ways to make 2 more towers so that there is an average of 4 blocks in all 5 towers. Explain your reasoning

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3 block towers

 3 blocks tall

 6 blocks tall

2 block tall

Let the two blocks...

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3 6 2ab = 4 Average 5 a b 5 x 4 - 11 = 9

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