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On any given saturday, flights arrive at XYZ airport every hour for 24 hours. The average number of flights arriving at XYZ on any given saturday is a multiple of 12. Is the total number of flights that arrived on a saturday > 180 ?

1) On the same saturday, the median number of flight arrivals every hour is 17.
2) On the same saturday, highest number of flight arrivals in an hour was 30.

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On any given saturday, flights arrive at XYZ airport every hour for 24 hours. The average number of flights arriving at XYZ on any given saturday is a multiple of 12. Is the total number of flights that arrived on a saturday > 180 ?

1) On the same saturday, the median number of flight arrivals every hour is 17.
2) On the same saturday, highest number of flight arrivals in an hour was 30.



A . as there are atleast 12 hours where the number of flights were >= 17 so min. flights = 17*12 = 204
2nd doesn't tell much.
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I would go for A as well.

(1) tells us that for at least 12 out of 24 hours, there was at min 17 flights. 17*12 = 204.

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Gosh, I must have been in my sleep, I didn't interpret it right.

The answer is A, thanks a lot guys :-D
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New post 28 Oct 2006, 09:43
I also got A by the same reasoning, but now I wonder how important is the fact that the avg is a multiple of 12. You will still get A as an aswer, but why is that statment there... mmm :btw
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