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# Set S and T have 100 numbers, respectively. Is standard deviation of S

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Set S and T have 100 numbers, respectively. Is standard deviation of S greater than or less than that of T?

1). Range of S is greater that of T
2). Average of S is greater than that of T

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Re: Set S and T have 100 numbers, respectively. Is standard deviation of S  [#permalink]

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19 Mar 2019, 12:15
PriyankaPalit7 wrote:
Set S and T have 100 numbers, respectively. Is standard deviation of S greater than or less than that of T?

1). Range of S is greater that of T
2). Average of S is greater than that of T

#1
no infor about mean / median of set
are all no same, consective etc insufficient
#2
again no info; in sufficient
from1 & 2
we canno deduce any relevant info to determine SD
IMO E
Re: Set S and T have 100 numbers, respectively. Is standard deviation of S   [#permalink] 19 Mar 2019, 12:15
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