ak84 wrote:

Hello all,

WE have ,

Quantity A

The average of three numbers

(x1+x2+20)

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3

Quantity B

The average of three numbers

(x1+x2+2)

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3

If I take x1=-20 and x2=0 then Qty A= 0 and Qty B is -6. Then Qty A is big.

If x1+x2= -30 then Qty A= -10/3 , Qty B= -28/3 . Here also Qty A is big.

If x1+x2=0 then Qty A= 20/3 , Qty b= 2/3. Here also Qty A is big.

So what ever values I choose for X1 and X2 , qty A is big.

My question is what ever values we are considering for x1 and x2 we need to test the same values for both the columns A and B right. We cannot consider one set of values for column A and another set of values for Column B. In the above posts, I see that different set of values are considered for each of columns A and B.

Can you please correct me if I am wrong..

It can be anything not necessary that the numbers should be same

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