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# Multi-Source Reasoning GMATPrep

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25 Aug 2012, 12:28
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Can someone help with the below question in the red box ?
I could not understand the question itself .
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25 Aug 2012, 13:58
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ahmed2502 wrote:
Can someone help with the below question in the red box ?
I could not understand the question itself .

Please find my understanding on the IR.
Questions/Statements in the red box, lets consider them Stmt1, Stmt2, Stmt3.

Statement is SEPERATELY supported by the passage -

Statement is SEPERATELY supported by each of the 2 tables -
Stmt1 - No (Becasue no data available)
Stmt2 -No (Becasue no data available)
Stmt3 -No (Becasue no data available)

Clubbing them together for final answer -
Stmt1 -No
Stmt2 -No
Stmt3 -No

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11 Dec 2012, 23:31
Hi,
can u pleaseexplai n y u clubbed both ?
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11 Dec 2012, 23:35
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SreeViji wrote:
Hi,
can u pleaseexplai n y u clubbed both ?

The question asks whther it is supported by each of the two tables. i.e. The statment should be supported by Table 1 AND Table 2. Even if one of the tables does not support the statement, the answer is No. This is analogous to the Logical AND function.
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04 Apr 2013, 04:28
wow thats a tricky one
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30 Jun 2013, 02:55
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ahmed2502 wrote:
Can someone help with the below question in the red box ?
I could not understand the question itself .

Please find my understanding on the IR.
Questions/Statements in the red box, lets consider them Stmt1, Stmt2, Stmt3.

Statement is SEPERATELY supported by the passage -

Statement is SEPERATELY supported by each of the 2 tables -
Stmt1 - No (Becasue no data available)
Stmt2 -No (Becasue no data available)
Stmt3 -No (Becasue no data available)

Clubbing them together for final answer -
Stmt1 -No
Stmt2 -No
Stmt3 -No

Questions, Let me know. Cheers!

thanks. i got burned by the question as well
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08 Sep 2017, 09:55
I faced this question in Gmat prep and got it wrong.
Now i understand the problem
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