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Q.  Vijay says that his weight is between 75kg and 85 kg. But his younger sister disagrees with Vijay and says that his weight is greater than 70kg but less than 80 kg. Vijay’s mother says that his weight cannot be greater than 78 kg. If all the three predictions are correct, what is the average of different probable weights of Vijay?

a. 75
b. 80
c. 78.5
d. 76.5


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