# math

The median number of magazine appearances made by 7 models is 5. The range of magazine appearances by those models is 5.
Determine if the following statement is true, is false, or does not contain enough information.
The fewest magazine appearances could be 1.

true false or not enough information

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1. Median is the middle

range is largest- smallest

5 is the range so 1/2 is below and 1/2 is above

4 1/2 ----7------9 1/2
so. it cannot b 1

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2. 1 2 3 5 6 6 6

so, it can be 1.

or even

1 5 5 5 5 5 6

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3. False

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4. Not enough information!

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5. True

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