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

GMAT Integrated Reasoning  >  Table Analysis Question # 11: Student Fitness Comparison  
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The table shows eight students in a fitness class, by name and by ethnicity. Each student is challenged to do as many pushups as he can do in one cycle, as many situps as he can do in 30 seconds, and as many pullups as he can do in one attempt. Each student gets a total fitness score based on his performance in the three tests.

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Rank Name Ethnicity Push Ups Sit Ups Pull Ups Fitness Score
1
Patrick
Minority
40
50
13
34.9
2
Peter
Minority
35
48
8
30.8
3
Cooper
Caucasian
25
20
17
21.1
4
Bradley
Minority
28
12
12
18.4
5
Thomas
Caucasian
25
20
14
20.2
6
Michael
Minority
22
20
8
17.2
7
Jason
Caucasian
25
15
5
16.0
8
Jonathan
Caucasian
20
15
6
14.3
 

For each of the following statements, select Yes if the statement is true based solely on the information provided about the fitness class. Otherwise, select No.

Yes

No

 

For each of the Caucasians listed, the situp score is less than the total fitness score.

For only one student listed, the number of pushups is more than the number of situps and pullups combined.

Bradley is the student for which the magnitude of the difference between total fitness score and pushup score is greatest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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