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# For a certain set of z numbers, where z > 1, is the average (arithmeti

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For a certain set of z numbers, where z > 1, is the average (arithmetic mean) equal to the median?

(1) If the z numbers in the set are listed in increasing order, then the difference between any pair of successive numbers in the set is 2.
(2) The range of the z numbers in the set is 2(z − 1).

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08 Jan 2018, 09:38
Bunuel wrote:
For a certain set of z numbers, where z > 1, is the average (arithmetic mean) equal to the median?

(1) If the z numbers in the set are listed in increasing order, then the difference between any pair of successive numbers in the set is 2.
(2) The range of the z numbers in the set is 2(z − 1).

Statement 1: implies z numbers are in AP series and in an AP series, Mean=Median. Sufficient

Statement 2: from the range we cannot determine the elements of the set. Insufficient

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