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11 Dec 2005, 11:41
E. need actual number or ratio of students in classses A and B.

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11 Dec 2005, 11:46
Since Average of class A is given, we can consider this as ONE entity

Statement 1: Average of class B is given. Thus we can consider this as ONE entity.
We need to find the average of these TWO entities.
[Ave(A) + Ave(B)]/2 should do it.

Statement 2: Insuff, since we dont know number of students for class A

Answer = A

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12 Dec 2005, 06:34
blshah wrote:
[Ave(A) + Ave(B)]/2 should do it.

that is flawed. you cannot average as above.

when you donot have ratio of A and B or their numbers, you cannot simply average the averages of A and B. you could do if A and B are equal.

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12 Dec 2005, 06:41
We need to know the total numbers of students to get the overall average.

Both statements together insuff.

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