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A certain list, \(L,\) contains a total of \(n\) numbers, not necessarily distinct, that are arranged in increasing order. If \(L_1\) is the list consisting of the first \(n_1\) numbers in \(L\) and \(L_2\) is the list consisting of the last \(n_2\) numbers in \(L,\) is \(17\) a mode for \(L?\)

(1) \(17\) is a mode for \(L_1\) and \(17\) is a mode for \(L_2.\)

(2) \(n_1+n_2=n\)

Answer: A

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