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Re: The table above gives information for 2010 on total visitors and total [#permalink]
 
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1)False, since the greatest % change was of Acadia while the one with least acerage was Bryce
2)True , since Acadia(Median by rank of visitors) is having acerage only greater than Bryce
3)True, since the value for 2009 is 1014405/1.018 =996468

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­A hint to do (3) quickly without calculator:
1014405 < 1.015e6 < 1.018e6
Therefore, the number that we need to multiply by 1.018 to give us 1014405 must be lower than 1000000, since 1000000*1.018=1018000 > 1014405
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Re: The table above gives information for 2010 on total visitors and total [#permalink]
For me St 2 is FALSE. To be True it should say "... larger than only one other OF THE LISTED PARKS by acreage.

This because the rank of the park in question is 47 and the one with the lower rank is ranked 50. So it is larger than at least 3 parks....

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Re: The table above gives information for 2010 on total visitors and total [#permalink]
For me St 2 is FALSE. To be True it should say "... larger than only one other OF THE LISTED PARKS by acreage.

This because the rank of the park in question is 47 and the one with the lower rank is ranked 50. So it is larger than at least 3 parks....

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Re: The table above gives information for 2010 on total visitors and total [#permalink]
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<b>Name</b><b>State</b><b>Number</b><b>% change</b><b>Rank</b><b>Acres</b><b>Rank</b>
Grand CanyonAZ43883860.92121740311
YosemiteCA39014084.4379126616
YellowstoneWY364018510.5422197918
Rocky Mtn.CO29558214.7526582826
ZionUT2665972-2.5814559835
AcadiaME250420812.494739047
BryceUT12854925.7153583550
ArchesUT10144051.8197651942
BadlandsSD9777784.72224275628
Mesa VerdeCO5597171.7305212246
CanyonlandsUT435908-0.13633759823
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The table above gives information for 2010 on total visitors and total acreage for 11 U.S. National Parks. In addition to the numbers of total visitors and total acreage for each National Park, the table also provides the percent increase or decrease over the total visitors for 2009 and the rank of the National Park for total visitors and total acreage in 2010.<br />
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<b>Consider each of the following statements about these National Parks. For each statement indicate whether the statement is true or false, based on the information provided in the table.</b><br />
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For me St 2 is FALSE. To be True it should say "... larger than only one other OF THE LISTED PARKS by acreage.<br />
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This because the rank of the park in question is 47 and the one with the lower rank is ranked 50. So it is larger than at least 3 parks....<br />
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Correct me if wrong
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