## Quant Question Of The Day: 261

**There are 10 consecutive natural numbers. Average of this numbers is k. If 4 more numbers consecutive numbers to the smallest of the 10 numbers are added to set, then what will be new average.**

**k+1****k-4****k-2****can’t be deteremined**

**Solution for Quant Question of the day: 260**

**By Allegation**

**32 53**

** 35**

**18 : 3**

**hence quantities should be mixes in 6:1**

**so 49 litres should have 42 litres of 32% and 7 litres of 53%.**

**hence 7 litres quantity should be replaced.**

**See our previous quant question of the day:**

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k-2, since adding the numbers on the smaller side pulls down the avg, can be solved by taking example of numbers 5-14(add 1to 4 on left)……….