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Set A consists of all positive integers less than 100; Set B

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Set A consists of all positive integers less than 100; Set B consists of 10 integers, the first four of which are 2, 3, 5, and 7. What is the difference between the median of Set A and the range of Set B?

(1) All numbers in Set B are prime numbers;
(2) Each element in Set B is divisible by exactly two factors;
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Set A consists of all positive integers less than 100; Set B consists of 10 integers, the first four of which are 2, 3, 5, and 7. What is the difference between the median of Set A and the range of Set B?

(1) All numbers in Set B are prime numbers;
(2) Each element in Set B is divisible by exactly two factors;


Both statements say the exact same thing: Set B consists of only prime numbers. But since we don't know what is the largest prime in B, then we cannot get the rage of B.

Answer: E.
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