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Sunday Afternoon Maths XIII

 Posted on 2014-05-18 

Times roamin'

What is the product of this series?
$$(x-a)(x-b)(x-c)...(x-z)$$

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Mean, median, mode, range

A Find five one-digit positive integers which have a mean of 4, mode of 6, median of 4 and a range of 5.
B Find five one-digit positive integers which have a mean of 3, mode of 1, median of 1 and a range of 8.
C Find five one-digit positive integers which have a mean of 3, mode of 2, median of 2 and a range of 5.

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