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29 Jan 2004, 05:48
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The answer is e. If S is a set consists of {1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9}, and T is
{1,2,3,4,5,6,7,10}. Then, the range of S is less than T. So why answer e cannot be true?

S is a set containing 9 different numbers. T is a set containing 8 different number, all of which are members of S. Which of the following statements CANNOT be true?

a. The mean of S is equal to the mean of T.
b. The median of S is equal to the median of T.
c. The range of S is equal to the range of T.
d. The mean of S is greater than the mean of T.
e. The range of S is less than the range of T.
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29 Jan 2004, 06:21
Hmmmmmmmm any typos
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This is a PP1 and OG question and I got it wrong too.. [#permalink]

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29 Jan 2004, 08:05
T is a set containing 8 different numbers, (((all of which are members of S)))

Your choice of 10 as a member of T does not comply with above condition.
This is a PP1 and OG question and I got it wrong too..   [#permalink] 29 Jan 2004, 08:05
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