GMAT Practice Question Set #11 (Question 31-33)

GMAT Integrated Reasoning  >  Two-Part Analysis Question # 33: Pottery Characteristics  
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Archaeologist: Although thin-walled pottery is better able to resist the damaging effects of thermal stress resulting from being placed over a fire, such pottery is more prone to breaking during transport. We can therefore make predictions about pottery use by a group of people on the basis of a certain lifestyle characteristic of the group.

The archaeologist suggests that a certain type of prediction about a group can be made on the basis of the group having a certain type of characteristic. Indicate in the table, the possible characteristic and prediction that most strongly conform to the archaeologist's suggestion. Make only two selections, one in each column.



The group is sedentary rather than nomadic.

The group has not discovered pottery.

The group uses thin-walled pots.

The group uses fire for warmth and protection.

The group uses thick-walled pots.

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