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# The range of the monthly salary in 1999 is 240, the range of

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The range of the monthly salary in 1999 is 240, the range of the
monthly salary in 2000 is 320, what is the minimal range of the
monthly salary in both 1999 and 2000?

A : 80
B : 240
C :320
D: 400
E: 480
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19 Sep 2003, 05:39
What is the minimal range? I think that there can be the only range: the maximum-the minimum.

salaries in 1999 can be 1 and 241; the range is 240
salaries in 2000 can be 2 and 322; the range is 320
so, what is the minimal range? 2-1? 322-241? 322-1?

I think there is not enough info to answer the question.

Here is my guessing:
Ranges can overlap, one can include the other, one may noy not intersect the other. I think that the minimal range here is the one embracing the other. In this case it is 320.
19 Sep 2003, 05:39
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