## Math Problem Statement

A cricketer has completed 10 innings and his average is 21.5 runs. How many runs must he take in next innings so as to raise his average by 24?

## Solution

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## Math Problem Analysis

### Mathematical Concepts

Averages

Algebra

### Formulas

Average = Total Runs / Number of Innings

New Average = (Current Total Runs + Runs in Next Inning) / (Number of Innings + 1)

### Theorems

Basic arithmetic operations and algebraic manipulation

### Suitable Grade Level

Grades 6-8

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