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# What was the greatest difference between the high and low

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29 Jul 2003, 11:21
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What was the greatest difference between the high and low test scores of any particular student in the third grade at PS11?

(1) The highest test score earned by any student in the third grade at PS11 was 98.
(2) The lowest test score earned by any student in the third grade at PS11 was 44.

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29 Jul 2003, 12:49
using a - no conclusion

using b - no conclusion

using a and b range = high score - low score

hence ans is c

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29 Jul 2003, 13:24
Actually, the book is saying that "E" is the correct choice because the question is about a particular student not any student in the class. My choice was "C" too.

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