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math questions [#permalink] New post 26 Sep 2006, 14:45
Hi everyone,
I would like to ask you the following questions:

1. When we have 3, k, 2, 8, m, 3. what is the median?
Note: The answer is 3, but I don't why!

2. Does anyone know a formula for finding the sum of the integers in any given table?

3. At the rate of M meters per second, how many meter does a cyclist travel in X minute? (The answer is 60MX/S)

4. I am weak on the probility section, and I couldn't find a good review note in GMAT club. Does anyone can give me a link for probility.

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 [#permalink] New post 27 Sep 2006, 14:57
1. When we have 3, k, 2, 8, m, 3. what is the median?

given information is not enough to know where exactly do k,m exist in the series of numbers

are they intigers ( cant be placed betwen the two threes )

not enough information to say the median is three

3. At the rate of M meters per second, how many meter does a cyclist travel in X minute? (The answer is 60MX/S

m...............sec
60m ............60 sec ie one minute
y..................x minutes

y = 60mx
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