﻿ If the coordinates of An are (n, n2) and the ordinate of the center of mean position of the points A1, A2, … An is 46, then n is equal to : Kaysons Education

# If The Coordinates Of An are (n, N2) And The Ordinate Of The Center Of Mean Position Of The Points A1, A2, … An is 46, Then n is Equal To

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Correct option is

11

⇒ n = 11

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