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# S is a set containing 9 different numbers. T is a set

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S is a set containing 9 different numbers. T is a set [#permalink]

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23 Feb 2008, 19:45
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S is a set containing 9 different numbers. T is a set containing 8 different numbers, 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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23 Feb 2008, 20:41
E.

The range can only be more than or equal to the range of the smaller set.
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23 Feb 2008, 21:38
I go for E too, all other options can be made to agree except E. whats the official answer.
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23 Feb 2008, 21:48
Range of a sub set can't be greater than that of a super set.
Re: 208. Sets   [#permalink] 23 Feb 2008, 21:48
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