GMAT Practice Question Set #4 (Question 10-12)

GMAT Integrated Reasoning  >  Table Analysis Question # 10: Fast Food Nutrition Stats  
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The table displays nutrition data for selected menu items for O'Donalds: calories, fat in grams, cholesterol and sodium in milligrams, carbohydrates, dietary fiber, and protein in grams (g). Item figures are per serving.

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Menu item Calories Fat (g) Cholesterol (mg) Sodium (mg) Carbohydrates (g) Dietary Fiber (g) Protein (g)
Hamburger
250
9
25
520
31
2
12
Grilled Chicken Sandwich
350
9
65
820
42
3
28
Cheeseburger
300
12
40
750
33
2
15
O'Chicken
360
16
35
830
40
2
14
Filet-O-Fish
380
18
40
640
38
2
15
O'Double
390
19
65
920
33
2
22
Double Cheeseburger
440
23
80
1150
34
2
25
Big N'Tasty
460
24
70
720
37
3
24
Quarter Pounder
510
26
90
1190
40
3
29
O'Rib
500
26
70
980
44
3
22
Big O
740
29
75
1040
45
3
25
Angus Bacon & Cheese
790
39
145
2070
63
4
45
Angus Deluxe
750
39
135
1700
61
4
40
Angus Mushroom & Swiss
770
40
135
1170
59
4
44
Double Quarter ounder
740
42
155
1380
40
3
48
 

For each of the following statements, select Yes if the statement is true based on the information provided; otherwise select No.

Yes

No

 

If menu items over 20g of fat per serving are considered "fatty" for Joshua, the median amount of protein for non-"fatty" menu items is approximately 1/2 the median amount of protein for "fatty" menu items.

The amount of carbohydrates per serving of a Big O is exactly 5 more than the median amount of carbohydrates per serving for the other 14 menu items listed.

Each serving listed for which dietary fiber is less than 3g also has at most 40g of carbohydrates.

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