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Re: Set S is a set of distinct positive integers. The standard deviation [#permalink]
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BrentGMATPrepNow

The questions says Set S is a set of distinct positive integers, your solution contains S having negative integers too.

Although the solution is correct, thought i would point that out :)

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Good catch, Karaan!
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