# Solutions

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### Question

The integers q,r,s,t and u are positive. If t >q , u > r, s >t, and r > s, what is the median of the five integers?

Option A:

q

Option B:

r

Option C:

s

Option D:

t

Option E:

u

### Difficulty Level

Easy### Solution

Option C is the correct answer.

### Option Analysis

Median is the middle-most term of the ordered list

So here u > r > s > t > q

So the median here is “s”

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