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# Set Q contains p numbers, where p > 1. What is the ratio of the averag

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Set Q contains p numbers, where p > 1. What is the ratio of the average of set Q to the median of set Q.

(1) Set Q is a set of consecutive even integers.
(2) p = 6

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09 Feb 2017, 15:41
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Statement 1

For an evenly spaced set, Median = Mean.

Therefore ratio will be 1. Statement 1 is sufficient.

Statement 2

Since we do not have any information on the numbers, this statement is not sufficient.

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10 Feb 2017, 00:27
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Bunuel wrote:
Set Q contains p numbers, where p > 1. What is the ratio of the average of set Q to the median of set Q.

(1) Set Q is a set of consecutive even integers.
(2) p = 6

(1) - Set Q is a set of consecutive even integers.

Though for other sets the median=mean, I choose this set for condition A. {-2,0,2}. For this set mean=0 and median=0 hence mean/median= undefined. So I choose C.

Am I overthinking here?

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