GMAT Practice Question Set #5 (Question 13-15)

GMAT Integrated Reasoning  >  Table Analysis Question # 15: Airport Passengers and Movements  
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Below is a table displaying the movement of passengers between major airports in 2008. Total movements is measured by the landing and takeoff of an aircraft. 21 of the busiest 30 airports from around the world are listed. The table also shows the percentage change of numbers over the 2007 numbers and ranks of the airport for total passengers and total movements. 

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Airport Passengers Movements
City Country Code Number %Change Rank Number %Change Rank
Amsterdam
NLD
AMS
47,430,019
-0.8
14
446,592
-1.7
17
Atlanta
USA
ATL
90,039,280
.7
1
978,824
-1.6
1
Beijing
CHN
PEK
55,987,289
4.4
8
431,670
8.0
21
Chicago
USA
CLT
34,739,020
4.7
26
536,253
2.6
9
Charlotte
USA
ORD
69,353,222
-9.0
2
881,566
-4.9
2
Dallas
USA
DFW
57,093,187
-4.5
7
656,310
-4.3
3
Denver
USA
DEN
51,245,334
2.8
10
619,503
.9
5
Detroit
USA
DTW
35,135,828
-2.4
24
462,520
-1.0
15
Frankfurt
DEV
FRA
53,467,450
-1.3
9
485,783
1.4
12
Houston
USA
IAH
41,709,389
-3.0
16
576,062
-4.6
7
Las Vegas
USA
LAS
43,208,724
-8.0
15
578,949
-5.0
6
London
GBR
LHR
67,056,379
-1.5
3
478,518
-.6
13
Los Angeles
USA
LAX
59,497,539
-4.7
6
622,506
-8.6
4
Madrid
ESP
MAD
50,824,435
-2.4
11
469,740
-2.6
14
Miami
USA
MIA
34,063,531
1.0
29
371,519
-3.8
29
Minneapolis
USA
MSP
34,056,443
-3.0
30
450,044
-.7
16
Munich
DEV
MUC
34,530,593
1.7
27
432,296
.1
20
Newark
USA
EWR
35,360,848
-2.8
23
434,428
-.4
19
Paris
FRA
CDG
60,874,681
1.6
5
559,816
1.3
8
Phoneix
USA
PHX
39,891,193
-5.4
17
502,499
-6.8
10
San Fransico
USA
SFO
37,234,592
4.7
21
387,710
2.2
24
 
Each column of the table can be sorted in ascending order by clicking on the word “Select” above the table and choosing, from the drop-down menu, the heading of the column on which you want the table to be sorted.
 
Consider each of the following statements about these airports. For each statement indicate whether the statement is true or false, based on the information provided in the table.
 

True

False

 

The airport that lost the greatest percentage of passengers from 2007 to 2008 also lost the greatest percentage of movements.

The top ranked airport in movements had more total passengers than did the 2 lowest ranked airports

More than 1 airport experienced a decline in passengers but an increase in movements during the year. 

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