Tricky!

Target question: Is the median of Set B greater than the median of Set A?

Once we have a hunch that the statements might not be sufficient, we can start looking for conflicting cases.

Let's jump right to . . .

Statements 1 + 2 combined:

Given the information, many different cases are possible. Here are two:

case a:

Set A: 1, 2, 5, 100 (mean = 27, median = 3.5)

Set B: (median = 5)

Set C: 1, 2, 100 (median = 2)

In this case, the median of Set BISgreater than the median of Set A?

case b:

Set A: 1, 3, 7, 7, 100 (mean = 24, median = 7)

Set B: 7, 7 (median = 7)

Set C: 1, 3, 100 (median = 3)

In this case, the median of Set BIS NOTgreater than the median of Set A?

Since we can't answer the target question with certainty, the combined statements are NOT SUFFICIENT, so the answer is E

Cheers,

Brent