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ID: SAT-PSDA-10
Section: Math - Problem Solving & Data Analysis
Topic: Statistics (Mean/Median)
Difficulty level: Challenging

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If a group of 12 boys with different heights: $5'; 5'2''; 5'4''; 5'6''; 5'8''; 5'10''; 6'; 6'2''; 6'4''; 6'6''; 6'8''; 6'10''$, which of the following is correct? (Calculator is allowed)

ANo boy in the group represents the median height of the group.
BThere is a boy in the group who represents the arithmetic mean (average) height of the group.
CThe sum of the number of boys with less than the median height and the number of boys with greater than the median height is equal to 11.
DThe arithmetic mean (average) height is greater than the median height of the group.