This is a problem in the pattern recognition technique - basic - set 1

"Calvin is looking at the ages of 4 of the Brilliant students. Being extremely bored, he decided to add them up 3 at a time, and obtained the values 44, 51, 53, 56. What is the sum of the ages of all 4 of these students?"

What does "add them up 3 at a time" mean ?? Please don't write answers.

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TopNewestWow, i am so late.....

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It means he will add them up three numbers at one time.

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Give an example

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Example : 1,2,3,4 ages adding three numbers at one time : 1+2+3 =6 , 2+3+4=9 etc ...

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