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# What is the sum of 5 evenly spaced integers in a set? 1. The

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What is the sum of 5 evenly spaced integers in a set?

1. The median of the set of numbers is 0.
2. The range of the numbers in the set is 4.

can someone explian with an example
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22 Aug 2003, 11:12
I think it is A as median is the midpoint of series arranged in increasing order and as the spacing is equal there are equal no. of -ve and +ve integers to the left and right of 0 and the net sum of these integers is 0 e.g. -2,-1,0,1,2,
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16 Aug 2004, 11:30
AGREED. The answer should be A.
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16 Aug 2004, 19:27
Agree with A as well. Whats the source of the question? lets examine the credibility.
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01 Nov 2004, 07:05
Agree it's A.

If the median is 0 and the integers are evenly spaced, statement 1 will suffice.

What is the OA pl?
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01 Nov 2004, 09:17
hey it cant be A

u r assuming that if 0 is the median the set shld be -2 -1 0 1 2

it could be -10 -5 0 5 10 or -8 -4 0 4 8 .... its not mentioned consecutive numbers

but from the statement B we know tat the range is 4 so -2-1 0 1 2

I hope that helps
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01 Nov 2004, 09:24
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it could be -10 -5 0 5 10 or -8 -4 0 4 8 .... its not mentioned consecutive numbers

And the sum of this would be? It will always be 0 if median of 5 evenly spaced number is 0
A is sufficient
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