Eleven speed bumps are placed on a road.

The speed bumps are placed so that the distance between consecutive speed bumps decreases according to an arithmetic sequence.

The distance between the first and last speed bumps is exactly 100 m.

The smallest distance between consecutive speed bumps is 2 m.

The largest distance, in m, between two consecutive speed bumps is

**A. **`16`

**B. **`18`

**C. **`20`

**D.** `22`

**E. **`24`