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Among the classes at City High School, Mrs. Baxter’s class h

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Among the classes at City High School, Mrs. Baxter’s class has the greatest percent of students who are taller than six feet. Mr. Pendelton’s class, however, has the greatest percent of students who are 6’4 and taller.

If the statements above are true, then which of the following must also be true?

A. Mr. Pendelton’s class has more students who are between 6’0 and 6’4 than any class, except for Mrs. Baxter’s.
B. Mrs. Baxter’s class has some students who are between 6’0 and 6’4.
C. At City High School, Mrs. Baxter’s class has the second greatest number of students who are taller than 6’4.
D. Mr. Pendelton’s class has the greater percent of students who are between 6’0 and 6’4.
E. The range of heights in Mr. Pendelton’s class is greater than that of Mrs. Baxter’s class.
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Re: Among the classes at City High School, Mrs. Baxter’s class h [#permalink] New post 26 Jan 2020, 06:03
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This is an inference question so the correct choice MUST be true. All we are told is Mrs. Baxter’s class has the greatest percent of students who are taller than 6 ft and Mr. Pendelton’s class has the greatest percent of students who are 6’4 and taller.

A- We are not given any info about heights b/w 6 and 6'4 so can't say this for sure.
B- Some can be translated to "at least one" and since Mrs.Baxter has greatest percent of students taller than 6ft she has at least one student taller than 6ft. Correct choice.
C- 2nd greatest isn't the scope of the argument. For all we know there could be other classes with better/worse stats.
D- Incorrect. Mr.P's class has greatest percent of students who are 6’4 and taller
E- Range requires max–min values and since we are only given percentages we can't say this for sure.
Re: Among the classes at City High School, Mrs. Baxter’s class h   [#permalink] 26 Jan 2020, 06:03
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