Test: GMAT Integrated Reasoning

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Type of Art

Pointillism is a type of art that is created by drawing numerous dots on paper. Watercolor paintings are created by combining paint and water to create different shades. Pottery is made by molding clay.  

Time to Create a Piece

A pointillism piece that has dimensions of 12x18 takes on average 15 hours to create. A watercolor painting that is 17 x 23 takes on average 20 hours to create. A piece of pottery that has dimensions 6 x 2 x 4 takes 12 hours to create.

Exposition

An art school is holding an exposition to highlight their student artists. The school will commission their students to create new works of art specifically for the exposition. The exposition requires one-third of the artwork displayed to be watercolor paintings and one-fifth to be pottery pieces. 

Based on the given information, determine whether each of the statements is justified.

I. There are 20 watercolor paintings, 12 pottery pieces, and 28 pointillism pieces in the art exposition.

II. Students that will be featured in the school's exposition require no more than one day's notice.

II. Timothy is known for his watercolor pieces and is expected to paint 4 for the school's exposition. Timothy can create all the pieces over the weekend (Saturday and Sunday).

I. Not justified

II. Justified

III. Justified

I. Not Justified

II. Justified

III. Not justified

I. Justified

II. Not justified

III. Not justified

I. Justified

II. Justified

III. Not Justified

I. Justified

II. Not justified

III. Justified

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