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Barras, Agna & Cussaia - any increase 5% or more... [#permalink] New post 13 Jul 2013, 21:45
Can someone please help me with this question that appears in the GMAT Prep:
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Re: Barras, Agna & Cussaia - any increase 5% or more... [#permalink] New post 14 Jul 2013, 06:32
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Hi,

Please use table 2. The question is demanding us to assume 5% or more of a given food item. From AD 600 to AD 700, the proportion of grains increased from 10% to 15%. Here the overall consumption of a given food should be considered and not the overall food consumption increase.

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Re: Barras, Agna & Cussaia - any increase 5% or more... [#permalink] New post 15 Jul 2013, 01:49
arichinna wrote:
Hi,

Please use table 2. The question is demanding us to assume 5% or more of a given food item. From AD 600 to AD 700, the proportion of grains increased from 10% to 15%. Here the overall consumption of a given food should be considered and not the overall food consumption increase.

Hope this helps.

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Thanks! I think I kept reading the paragraph and looking at table 3. Was stuck on this quiet a while - thanks heaps :-D
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Re: Barras, Agna & Cussaia - any increase 5% or more... [#permalink] New post 20 Jul 2013, 19:47
Obviously, Anyone can provide them the grain, the point is Barras imported as the consumtion was up the target 5% to trigger that assumption
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Re: Barras, Agna & Cussaia - any increase 5% or more... - new qu [#permalink] New post 15 Sep 2013, 10:10
An additional question that I am inserting here due to the fact that the tables are already here:

and the correct is in a square, mine are in the circle
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Re: Barras, Agna & Cussaia - any increase 5% or more... - new qu [#permalink] New post 15 Sep 2013, 23:25
ronr34 wrote:
An additional question that I am inserting here due to the fact that the tables are already here:

and the correct is in a square, mine are in the circle


I think it asks that the facts be distinctly shown by both the passage and tables, therefore the questions have been answered as no in each case.

Had the question been, Was seafood a major chunk of the diet plan for Barras? then the answer would have been yes.
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Barras, Agna & Cussaia - any increase 5% or more... [#permalink] New post 28 Jul 2014, 00:08
Not able to figure out how the first one was solved. Does no over here mean - Can not be determined ?
Barras, Agna & Cussaia - any increase 5% or more...   [#permalink] 28 Jul 2014, 00:08
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