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Data Intepreptation: Practice Question of the Week #8 Answer!

The answer to yesterday’s data interpretation practice question:

What was the approximate population of Town X in 1945?

  1. 150
  2. 750
  3. 1500
  4. 3000
  5. 6000

The answer is B. 750


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2 Responses to Data Intepreptation: Practice Question of the Week #8 Answer!

  1. James Brown April 3, 2012 at 1:31 pm #

    So far the trickiest data interpretation questions I’ve seen were the one concerned with a zoo, and there are percentages displayed next to animals (bobcats, tigers, lions, and i can’t remember the others). if you know which question I’m talking about, do you think you could do a more in depth analysis of something similar? I found it to be particularly challenging (which I enjoyed). By the way, yall are still the best ever!

    • Chris Lele
      Chris April 3, 2012 at 5:41 pm #

      Hi James,

      I can write a blog post that has similar questions. The concept this question tests isn’t unique to Data Interpretation but could come up in Problem Solving. I’ll try to have the post up in a few days.


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