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Set D is a new set created by combining all the terms of... [#permalink]  18 Aug 2013, 12:36
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Set D is a new set created by combining all the terms of Sets A, B, and C. No other terms are added to Set D other than those in Sets A, B, and C. What is the median of Set D?

(1) Sets A, B, and C each have a median of 125.
(2) Sets A, B, and C each have the same number of terms.

I don't know the answer to this, but I think it's E.

Does anyone either know the answer or can explain to me if I am wrong?

Thank you very much.

Note: I haven't a clue as to how to tag this question but it is from the Veritas Prep: X Statistics and Problem Solving book.
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Re: Set D is a new set created by combining all the terms of... [#permalink]  18 Aug 2013, 13:13
sophietrophy wrote:
Set D is a new set created by combining all the terms of Sets A, B, and C. No other terms are added to Set D other than those in Sets A, B, and C. What is the median of Set D?

(1) Sets A, B, and C each have a median of 125.
(2) Sets A, B, and C each have the same number of terms.

I don't know the answer to this, but I think it's E.

Does anyone either know the answer or can explain to me if I am wrong?

Thank you very much.

Note: I haven't a clue as to how to tag this question but it is from the Veritas Prep: X Statistics and Problem Solving book.

I think answer is A. Try with different pairs and you will always end up with 125.
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Re: Set D is a new set created by combining all the terms of... [#permalink]  18 Aug 2013, 13:47
BangOn wrote:
sophietrophy wrote:
Set D is a new set created by combining all the terms of Sets A, B, and C. No other terms are added to Set D other than those in Sets A, B, and C. What is the median of Set D?

(1) Sets A, B, and C each have a median of 125.
(2) Sets A, B, and C each have the same number of terms.

I don't know the answer to this, but I think it's E.

Does anyone either know the answer or can explain to me if I am wrong?

Thank you very much.

Note: I haven't a clue as to how to tag this question but it is from the Veritas Prep: X Statistics and Problem Solving book.

I think answer is A. Try with different pairs and you will always end up with 125.

I don't want to presume that it will hold true in every possible scenario. Is there a rule, by any chance, that will make it true?
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