Basic GMAT Commentary For This Integrated Reasoning GMAT Question
This graphical interpretation quesiton has two parts. The first part asks us to find which continent has the lowest rate of breast surgeries - as a proportion to the total number of procedures in that country. So this question gets you to use very basic levels of geography. For example, you should know that Venezuela, Colombia, and Argentina are part of South America. Italy, Greece, Netherlands, and Germany are part of Europe. And then South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan are part of Asia. Of course, Canada and US are part of North America.
Of the 4 dropdown continent options in the 1st question, your job is to pick the one that has the lowest proportion of breast surgeries - in general. It's very possible that there is no clear answer. But the wording of this question suggests that one of these 4 continents has decidedly fewer surgeries than the other continents, generally speaking. So your job is to pick that one out.
source: GMAT Pill, Economist
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