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## A certain list, $$L,$$ contains a total of $$n$$ numbers, not necessarily distinct, that are arranged in increasing orde

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### A certain list, $$L,$$ contains a total of $$n$$ numbers, not necessarily distinct, that are arranged in increasing orde

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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) $$n_1+n_2=n$$