GMAT Practice Question Set #7 (Question 19-21)

GMAT Integrated Reasoning  >  Graphics Interpretation Question # 20: Street Smart Employees 2  
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The venn diagram at the left shows the number mix of employees in the 500 member investment firm.

Employees who did not go to college and have a track record of 5 years of positive returns are considered "Street-Smart" employees.

Employees who did go to college and achieved 5 years of positive returns are considered "Book-Smart" employees.

Fill each blank using the drop-down menu to create the most accurate statement on the basis of the information provided.

A) The number of college graduates who failed to achieve 5 years of positive returns is more than the number of Street-Smart employees.

B) True or False: There is a lower probability that a randomly chosen employee is considered a Book Smart employee than is one who does not have a college degree who is also not considered a Street Smart employee.


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