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

GMAT Integrated Reasoning  >  Table Analysis Question # 9: Percentage of Population Visiting Selected Cultural Institutions, Single Year  
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Percentage of Population Visiting Selected Cultural Institutions, Single Year

Sort By:
Country/Political Union Public Library Zoo/Auarium Natural History Museum Science/Technology Museum
Russia
15
8
5
2
Brazil
25
28
7
4
European Union
35
37
20
10
South Korea
35
37
30
18
China
41
51
13
19
Japan
48
41
20
12
US
65
48
27
26
 

For each of the following statements select Would help explain if it would, if true, help explain some of the information in the table. Otherwise select Would not help explain .

Would help explain

Would not help explain

 

The proportion of the population of Brazil that lives within close proximity to at least one museum is larger than that of Russia.

Of the countries/political unions in the table, Russia has the fewest natural history museums per capita.

Of the countries/political unions in the table, the three that spend the most money to promote their natural history museums are also those in which science is most highly valued.

 

 

 

 

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