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If the median of set A is twice the value of the median of set B, what can you say about the largest number in set A?

The largest number in set A is twice as big as the largest number in set B.

The largest number in set A is the same as the largest number in set B.

The largest number in set A is twice as big as the smallest number in set A.

The largest number in set A is twice as big as the smallest number in set B.

None of the above.