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Mean, Median & Mode## Hi Brent,

One of my friends had his GMAT today and we were discussing some of the questions he remembered and Interestingly, I found one of the PS Question he told me about in GMATCLUB forum.

Is there a limit to the number of questions? or Is there any source we can refer to?

## That would be a problem if

That would be a problem if there were live GMAT questions floating around the GMAT Club forum. Several years ago, a test prep company called ScoreTop was selling live GMAT questions. They were promptly shut down AND their students had their test scores revoked.

More here: http://www.scoretop.com/

## omg!

That is so unfair then. The person who posted that question would have unknown it to be a GMAT question.I just checked, the posted date is of 2011.

## can you please explain the

What is the average of x, y, and z?

(1) 2x + y + 4z = 23

(2) 3x + 4y + z = 22

## Done! :-)

Done! :-)

see: https://gmatclub.com/forum/what-is-the-average-of-x-y-and-z-218923.html#...

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