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## GMAT Practice Question Set #3 (Question 7-9)

GMAT Integrated Reasoning  >  Graphics Interpretation Question # 7: Ballroom Height & Tiles (Custom Scatterplot)
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 In Country X, a ballroom is classified as Category C if it has a ceiling of at least 10 meters. In the graph, each of the 22 Category C ballrooms is represented by two points arranged vertically: one representing the comparison of the height of the ballroom's ceiling to the number of tiles in the ballroom area (black circles), the other representing the comparison of the height of the ballroom's ceiling to the mean length per tile in the ballroom area (red squares).   Based on the given information, use the drop-down menus to most accurately complete the following statements about Category C ballrooms in Country X.   A) The ballroom with the greatest mean length per ballroom tile has a ceiling height --Select--between 10-12 between 12-14 between 14-16 of 16+ meters.   B) There is a --Select--strong positive negligiblestrong negative correlation between the number of ballroom tiles and the mean length per ballroom tile.
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