This week’s practice problem is a Numeric Entry question, so instead of choosing an answer from a set of given possibilities, you’ll type in your answer before you submit.

Set A: {x, x, x, y, y, y, 3x+y, x–y }

If the median of set A is 10 and 0 < x < y, what is the range of set A?

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Hello mam! I too got the correct answer for this question in first shot. To my curiosity, will you please let me know the difficulty level of this question??

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answer is 40

Hello mam! I too got the correct answer for this question in first shot. To my curiosity, will you please let me know the difficulty level of this question??

Congrats! Its difficulty level is “Very Hard” :).

Thanks for such a prompt reply. Keep posting!!

40 will be the answer

Correct! If you want to check out the explanation, it was just posted here: http://magoosh.com/gre/2011/statistics-practice-question-of-the-week-17-answer/