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Consider 11 distinct integers whose median is 90 and range is 60.

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Consider 11 distinct integers whose median is 90 and range is 60. The median for the five smallest integers is 65. What is the maximum range for the five largest integers?

A.12
B.24
C.32
D.40
E.45
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Consider 11 distinct integers whose median is 90 and range is 60. The median for the five smallest integers is 65. What is the maximum range for the five largest integers?

A.12
B.24
C.32
D.40
E.45


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a b c d e f g h i j k - Represent 11 distinct integers

Given 11+1 /2 = 6th term= 90, f = 90 & Range => k - a = 60
c = 65

What is the maximum range for the five largest integers, we will minimize g
g = 91 and k = 123

a = 63 and k = 123, this satisfies 123 - 63 = 60

Range = 123 - 91 = 32

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