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# "greater than" means > or = ????? right?

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01 Nov 2011, 07:06
In english, "greater than" means > or = ????? right?
so, although mean= median,statement A is sufficent???? I'm not really clear.

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01 Nov 2011, 14:58
What does this refer to?

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01 Nov 2011, 22:38
which section are you referring to?

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