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In a set of consecutive ODD integers, the mean ALWAYS equals

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In a set of consecutive ODD integers, the mean ALWAYS equals [#permalink] New post 05 Nov 2007, 06:16
In a set of consecutive ODD integers, the mean ALWAYS equals the median.
In a set of consecutive EVEN integers, the mean ALWAYS equals the median.

True?
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Nov 2007, 06:22
Yes, I think this is true.

Also
In a set of consecutive integers, the mean ALWAYS equals the median.
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Nov 2007, 13:17
FALSE

The Correct Statements:
In a set of an odd number of consecutive ODD integers, the mean ALWAYS equals the median.

In a set of an odd number of consecutive EVEN integers, the mean ALWAYS equals the median.
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Re: Concept: Consecutive Integers [#permalink] New post 05 Nov 2007, 21:01
bmwhype2 wrote:
In a set of consecutive ODD integers, the mean ALWAYS equals the median.
In a set of consecutive EVEN integers, the mean ALWAYS equals the median.

True?



true for all (even, odd or both) consecutive integers.




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FALSE

The Correct Statements:
In a set of an odd number of consecutive ODD integers, the mean ALWAYS equals the median.

In a set of an odd number of consecutive EVEN integers, the mean ALWAYS equals the median.


any example?
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Nov 2007, 22:59
Both the stats

Quote:
In a set of consecutive ODD integers, the mean ALWAYS equals the median.
In a set of consecutive EVEN integers, the mean ALWAYS equals the median.


and

Quote:
In a set of an odd number of consecutive ODD integers, the mean ALWAYS equals the median.
In a set of an odd number of consecutive EVEN integers, the mean ALWAYS equals the median.


both stats hold good.....
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