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x is an integer greater than 7. What is the median of the set of integers from 1 to x inclusive?

(1) The average of the set of integers from 1 to x inclusive is 11.

(2) The range of the set of integers from 1 to x inclusive is 20.

Answer is D, but how do we know that this is a set of consecutive #s?
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24 Jun 2006, 14:24
I think answer should be E.
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24 Jun 2006, 14:30
shehreenquayyum wrote:
x is an integer greater than 7. What is the median of the set of integers from 1 to x inclusive?

(1) The average of the set of integers from 1 to x inclusive is 11.

(2) The range of the set of integers from 1 to x inclusive is 20.

Answer is D, but how do we know that this is a set of consecutive #s?

It says "set of integers from 1 to x inclusive" which means consecutive #s
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