For consecutive terms , Sum = median * number of terms. So if m1 and m2 are two medians..
a= m1*x and b = 2*y
as per given condition. a=b => m1*x = m2*y if you put x=10 and y =4
10m1 = 4m2 => 5m1 = 2m2.....
When number of terms are even, the median is always a fraction. I.e 3.5 or 4.5 but when number of terms is odd then median is always an integer.
Now in above case. m1 and m2 both are fractions but m2's fraction can be nullified by 2 which is multiplied by m2. But for m1 it is not the case.
So all combinations are possible but if number of terms are multiple of 4, then the other can not be of the form 4n+1 or 4n+2 or 4n+3.
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