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Author:  TargetMBA007 [ 27 Dec 2019, 18:46 ] 
Post subject:  The graph shows the numbers of medals won by 7 selected countries in 
Project IR Butler 201920  Get one IR Question Everyday Question # 89, Date : 28Dec2019 This post is a part of Project IR Butler 201920. Click here for Details The graph shows the numbers of medals won by 7 selected countries in the Summer Olympics that were held in the years 1996, 2000, 2004, and 2008. The following statements apply only to the Summer Olympics and the countries represented in the graph. Attachment: download.png [ 57.37 KiB  Viewed 4268 times ] Using the dropdown menus, create the most accurate statements based on the information provided. 1. The variance in the numbers of medals won is the least for_________ A. France B. Russia C. United Kingdom D. United States 2. If, for each country, the point representing the medals won in 2004 had been on the line determined by the points representing the medals won in 1996 and 2000, then the country that would have won the greatest number of medals in 2004 is_________ A. Australia B. China C. Russia D. United States 1. France, 2. Russia 
Author:  TargetMBA007 [ 27 Dec 2019, 18:50 ] 
Post subject:  Re: The graph shows the numbers of medals won by 7 selected countries in 
I had difficulty deciphering the second question here gradually figured that it means that if the trends in 1996 and 2000 had continued in 2004, who would have been the winner in 2004. As Russia is trending upwards and US is trending downwards based on the trend line formed between 1996 and 2000, Russia would have the highest point on the line in 2004. 
Author:  Apt0810 [ 28 Dec 2019, 21:42 ] 
Post subject:  Re: The graph shows the numbers of medals won by 7 selected countries in 
1) France  Since it is having least variation in its values 2) Russia  Since if we consider the values of 1996 & 2000 and then draw the graph further accordingly then it will have the highest values in 2004, we can check the same for other countries but logic here is to check the values for the countries which are already at top points in the graph Posted from my mobile device 
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