Consider numbers from 1 to 2023. We delete 3 consecutive numbers so, that the avarage of the left numbers is a whole number



Answer to a math question Consider numbers from 1 to 2023. We delete 3 consecutive numbers so, that the avarage of the left numbers is a whole number

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If we delete (1011,1012,1013), the mean of the rest numbers is exactly 1012

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