GMAT Practice Question Set #1 (Question 1-3)

GMAT Integrated Reasoning  >  Table Analysis Question # 2: Summer Fitness Challenge  
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During the Summer Fitness Challenge, 27 individuals entered the contest to lose weight. Each contestant was categorized by weight group into 3 groups. Each fitness trainer, 9 in total, was assigned to one contestant from each weight group. The number of kilograms lost by the end of the 8-week session is recorded in the table below.

The final score for the contest was computed as a weighted mean of the kilograms lost for client 1, client 2, and client 3, using the same weights for each fitness trainer.

 

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Years of Experience Fitness Trainer Client 1 (100-125kg) Client 2 (125-150kg) Client 3 (150-250kg) Final Score
1
Susan
10
20
35
20.5
3
Megan
14
22
45
25.7
4
Tom
25
35
70
41.5
4
Brad
20
25
66
35.3
2
Peter
22
28
49
31.9
1
Melissa
25
33
62
38.5
3
Nick
16
18
52
27.4
2
Russel
14
15
39
21.8
2
Patty
8
12
22
13.4
 

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

Yes

No

 

In calculating the final score for the contest, the weight loss for a fitness trainer's third client (Client 3) had equal weighting as the weight loss on Client 2.

The median final score for all fitness trainers was 27.40

In the data set for "Client 1" clients who worked with a fitness trainer having four years of experience, the range was 8.

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