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Solution: Determine the smallest of the three numbers whose ratio is 2:5:7

Determine the smallest of the three numbers whose ratio is 2:5:7

Problem Statement:

The ratio of three numbers is 2:5:7. If 7 is subtracted from the second, the resulting numbers form an arithmetic progression. Determine the smallest of the three numbers.

Problem Answer:

The smallest of the three numbers whose ratio is 2:5:7 is 28.

Solution:

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