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# Both the ranges of 2 lists are from 1 to 100, whose

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Both the ranges of 2 lists are from 1 to 100, whose [#permalink]  06 Mar 2005, 12:26
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Both the ranges of 2 lists are from 1 to 100, whose deviation is greater?
1) List 1 has three 100 and two 50; List 2 has two 100 and three 50.
2) The averages are the same.
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[#permalink]  06 Mar 2005, 14:25
Yep E it is

Stmt 1 gives u info on only two data points in the set but nothing about the rest. So insuff

Stmt 2 gives u info only abt the avg again info on distribution in the set is missing. So insuff

Using 1 and 2 together also provides no meaningful data as to the distribution in the set. So both tog insuff
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[#permalink]  06 Mar 2005, 15:29
we do not know about N. therefore E.
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