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Is the range of the set of numbers {j, k, m, n, p} greater
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Is the range of the set of numbers {j, k, m, n, p} greater than 5? (1) k – n > 5 (2) k is the greatest number in the set. OPEN DISCUSSION OF THIS QUESTION IS HERE: istherangeofthesetofnumbersjklmnpgreaterthan232237.html== Message from the GMAT Club Team == THERE IS LIKELY A BETTER DISCUSSION OF THIS EXACT QUESTION. This discussion does not meet community quality standards. It has been retired. If you would like to discuss this question please repost it in the respective forum. Thank you! To review the GMAT Club's Forums Posting Guidelines, please follow these links: Quantitative  Verbal Please note  we may remove posts that do not follow our posting guidelines. Thank you.
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Re: Is the range of the set of numbers {j, k, m, n, p} greater
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The answer is A, because range of the set has to be equal or greater than difference between any two numbers in the set. As per (1), since difference between two numbers is > 5, so the range is also > 5. (2) does not give information about the value of k and the other numbers apart from k, So insufficient.
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Re: Is the range of the set of numbers {j, k, m, n, p} greater
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23 Jun 2011, 02:37
a 1,2,8,8,8 or so. since difference between 2 elements is >5. means range will be >5.Sufficient.
b no clue about the values. Not sufficient.
A it is.



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Re: Is the range of the set of numbers {j, k, m, n, p} greater
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24 Jun 2011, 14:43
subhashghosh wrote: The answer is A, because range of the set has to be equal or greater than difference between any two numbers in the set. As per (1), since difference between two numbers is > 5, so the range is also > 5.
(2) does not give information about the value of k and the other numbers apart from k, So insufficient. hi, is this " because range of the set has to be equal or greater than difference between any two numbers in the set." a rule?



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Re: Is the range of the set of numbers {j, k, m, n, p} greater
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24 Jun 2011, 16:46
1. Sufficient
as we distance between two numbers in the set >5, Range will always be >5
2. Not sufficient
we know dont know anything about the values of these numbers . so not enough to comment about range.
Answer is A.



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Re: Is the range of the set of numbers {j, k, m, n, p} greater
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Is the range of the set of numbers {j, k, l, m,n, p} greater than 5?The range is the difference between the largest and the smallest numbers in the set. (1) k  n > 5. Since the difference between two of the numbers is greater than 5, then the range must also be greater than 5. Sufficient. (2) k is the greatest number in the set. Not sufficient. Answer: A. OPEN DISCUSSION OF THIS QUESTION IS HERE: istherangeofthesetofnumbersjklmnpgreaterthan232237.html== Message from the GMAT Club Team == THERE IS LIKELY A BETTER DISCUSSION OF THIS EXACT QUESTION. This discussion does not meet community quality standards. It has been retired. If you would like to discuss this question please repost it in the respective forum. Thank you! To review the GMAT Club's Forums Posting Guidelines, please follow these links: Quantitative  Verbal Please note  we may remove posts that do not follow our posting guidelines. Thank you.
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