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# The table above shows the noon temperature for seven cities designated

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11 Oct 2018, 02:44
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 city noon temp(degree fahrenheit) A 50 B 33 C 27 D t E 68 F 44 G 40

The table above shows the noon temperature for seven cities designated A through G. If the median noon temperature of these cities is 40 F, then the noon temperature for city D could be any of the following except?

A 29F
B 35F
C 39F
D 40F
E 42F

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11 Oct 2018, 03:53
Bunuel wrote:
 city noon temp(degree fahrenheit) A 50 B 33 C 27 D t E 68 F 44 G 40

The table above shows the noon temperature for seven cities designated A through G. If the median noon temperature of these cities is 40 F, then the noon temperature for city D could be any of the following except?

A 29F
B 35F
C 39F
D 40F
E 42F

7 Cities (A, B, C, D, E, F and G(=) with Median 40

i.e. 3 temperatures should be smaller than 40 and 3 should be greater than 40

The set after arranging the temperatures in increasing order looks like this {27, 33, t, 40, 44, 50, 68}

i.e. t ≤ 40

i.e. t can NOT be 42 out of options given

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