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If set A is a subset of set B, is the range of set A less than the ran

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If set A is a subset of set B, is the range of set A less than the range of set B?

(1) Set A consists of 4 numbers.
(2) Set B consists of 5 numbers.



set A is a subset of B

1 and 2 are not individually sufficient to solve the question

combining

a has 4 numbers
b has 5 numbers

a= (1,2,3,4) / (1,3,4,5) range = 3/4
b= ( 1,2,3,4,5) range = 4

range can be less or equal

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Number of terms does not helpful In calculating range

Because main thing matters is what numbers constitute set not number of terms.

So answer E

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