Your made up terminology is amusing. Therefore, I'm not taking your response seriously.
Faulty premise: You have an intelligence quotient below the range of human, and based your measurement system off it >> part of set cannot be outside set
False: Barking Turtle referenced to a population and said I was the median, it's within the set. The part of me being "sub-human" is irrelevant to the said set. It's nothing more than a measurement. Try again.
Shaky inference: Average determines range of value groups >> disconnected, which is why useful statistics have other tools to show degree of variance
I wasn't doing an "average" Try again.
Troubled operators: more data points on one end of a spectrum swings a range such that median != midpoint, undefined group sets,
You're reaching hard.. the range was defined with no gaps. Try again.
Faulty conclusions: All conclusions generated.
Which were? Either you don't know what the conclusion is and/or you're really dense.