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Set A, B, and C consist of the following elements: B {20, 12, -7, -9, -5, -7, 11, -5, 68} C {-1.5, 0, 1.5}.

A {0, 3, 4, 2, 0, 4, 7, 8, 4, 17}

If Z is defined as the sum of modes of sets A, B, and C, what is the value of Z? 2. The mode of a set of integers is x. What is the difference between the median of this set of integers and x?

(1) The difference between any two integers in the set is less than 3. (2) The average of the set of integers is x. Range 1. If set X contains numbers {-21, 6, 19, 126, 1000} and set Y contains numbers {-21, 990, 993, 996.19, 997.05, 999, 1000}, what is the difference between the ranges of set X and set Y? 2. Set X consists of prime numbers {3, 11, 7, K, 17, 19}. If integer Y represents the product of all elements in set X and if 11Y is an even number, what is the range of set X? (A) 14 3. (B) 16 (C) 17 (D) 20 (E) 26

What could be the range of a set consisting of odd multiples of 7? (A) 21 (B) 24 (C) 35 (D) 62 (E) 70

4.

What is the range of a set consisting of the first 100 multiples of 7 that are greater than 70? (A) 693 (B) 700 (C) 707 (D) 777 (E) 847

5. Set X consists of all two-digit primes and set Y consists of all positive odd multiples of 5 less than 100. If the two sets are combined into one, what will be the range of the new set? (A) 84 5. (B) 89 (C) 90 (D) 92 (E) 95

At a business school conference with 100 attendees, are there any students of the same age (rounded to the nearest year) who attend the same school?

(1) The range of ages of the participants is 22 to 30, inclusive (2) Participants represent 10 business schools 7. Set A consists of integers {3, -8, Y, 19, -6} and Set B consists of integers {K, -3, 0, 16, -5, 9}. Number L represents the median of Set A, number M represents the mode of set B, and number Z = LM. If Y is an integer greater than 21, for what value of K will Z be a divisor of 26? (A) -2 (B) -1 (C) 0 (D) 1 (E) 2

8. If two elements are dropped from set X {-10, -8, 0, 6, 7}, what will be the percentage change in its mean? (1) The median of the set will remain the same (2) (2) The range of the set will decrease by 3 9. If a randomly selected non-negative single digit integer is added to set X {2, 3, 7, 8}, what is the probability that the median of the set will increase while its range will remain the same?

(A) 20%

(B) 30%

(C) 40%

(D) 50%

(E) 60%

10. Set A consists of all positive integers less than 100; Set B consists of 10 integers, the first four of which are 2, 3, 5, and 7. What is the difference between the median of Set A and the range of Set B? (1) All numbers in Set B are prime numbers; (2) Each element in Set B is divisible by exactly two factors. 11. Set A consists of 8 distinct prime numbers. If x is equal to the range of set A and y is equal to the median of set A, is the product xy even? (1) The smallest integer in the set is 5. (2) The largest integer in the set is 101. 12. If set S = {7, y, 12, 8, x, 9}, is x + y less than 18? (1) The range of set S is less than 9. (2) The average of x and y is less than the average of set S. 13 The GMAT is scored on a scale of 200 to 800 in 10 point increments. (Thus 410 and 760 are real GMAT scores but 412 and 765 are not). A first-year class at a certain business school consists of 478 students. Did any students of the same gender in the first-year class who were born in the same-named month have the same GMAT score? (1) The range of GMAT scores in the first-year class is 600 to 780. (2) 60% of the students in the first-year class are male. 14. S is a set of positive integers. The average of the terms in S is equal to the range of the terms in S. What is the sum of all the integers in S? (1) The range of S is a prime number that is less than 11 and is not a factor of 10. (2) S is composed of 5 different integers. 15. If S is a finite set of consecutive even numbers, is the median of S an odd number? (1) The mean of set S is an even number. (2) The range of set S is divisible by 6. 16. 10 students took a chemistry exam that was graded on a scale of 0 to 100. Five of the students were in Dr. Adams class and the other five students were in Dr. Browns class. Is the median score for Dr. Adams students greater than the median score for Dr. Browns students? (1) The range of scores for students in Dr. Adams class was 40 to 80, while the range of scores for students in Dr. Browns class was 50 to 90. (2) If the students are paired in study teams such that each student from Dr. Adams class has a partner from Dr. Browns class, there is a way to pair the 10 students such that the higher scorer in each pair is one of Dr. Browns students. 17. x is an integer greater than 7. What is the median of the set of integers from 1 to x inclusive? (1) The average of the set of integers from 1 to x inclusive is 11. (2) The range of the set of integers from 1 to x inclusive is 20.

18.

Stock v w x y z

The table shows the number of shares of each of the 5 stocks owned by Mr. Sami. If Mr Sami was to sell 20 shares of Stock X and buy 24 shares of stock y, what would be the increase in range of the number of shares of the 5 stocks owned by Mr Sami? 4 6 9 15 20

19. The numbers of books read by 7 students last year were 10, 5, p, q, r, 29 and 20. What was the range of the numbers of books read by the 7 students last year? (1) 5<p<q (2) p<r<15

20. A set of 15 different integers have a range of 25 and a median of 25. What is greatest possible integer that could be in this set? 32 37 40 43 50

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