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22 is two times an odd number. Today's number is the mean of all the answers on days (including today) that are two times an odd number.

Clarification: You are taking the mean for answers on days that are two times an odd numbers; ie. the days are two times odd, not the answers.

## 21 December

Today's number is a multiple of three. The average (mean) of all the answers that are multiples of three is a multiple of 193.

## 16 December

Today's number is four thirds of the average (mean) of the answers for 13th, 14th, 15th and 16th December.

## Mean, median, mode, range

**A**Find five one-digit positive integers which have a mean of 4, mode of 6, median of 4 and a range of 5.

**B**Find five one-digit positive integers which have a mean of 3, mode of 1, median of 1 and a range of 8.

**C**Find five one-digit positive integers which have a mean of 3, mode of 2, median of 2 and a range of 5.