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Median of price of the car is 52,000. which could be the median of the other two.

35000, 44000, x, y, 57000.

A. 38000
B. 47000
C. 48000
D. 51,000
E. 56,000
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Re: Median price is 52000, what is the value of either X or Y? [#permalink] New post 01 Sep 2012, 08:46
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Median of price of the car is 52,000. which could be the median of the other two.

35000,44000,x,y,57000.

a)38000
b)47000
c)48000
d)51,000
e)56,000


Median of the car is 52,000 therefore 52,000 is the middle number. Assuming Y >= X, X will have to be the median value i.e. 52,000. Therefore the remaining value would have to be between 52,000 and 57,000 inclusive. The only answer choice that fits is 56,000.
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Re: Median price is 52000, what is the value of either X or Y? [#permalink] New post 01 Sep 2012, 08:54
"which could be the median of the other two."
Which other two cars? Median of x and y?
Median of x and y is greater or equal to 52,000. Therefore, 56,000 is the correct answer.
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