Test: GMAT Integrated Reasoning

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Over a seven-year period, from 2002 to 2009, the number of babies born to married couples increased despite a decrease in marriages from 17,000 marriages in 2002.

In the given expression,  and  represent the percent change in the babies and marriages, respectively.  represents the number of babies per married couple in 2002. The percent change in a quantity is calculated by the formula:

Identify the following with the given information,

I. The expression that represents the number of babies born in 2002.

II. The expression of the number of babies born per family in 2009.

I. The expression that represents the number of babies born in 2002.

II. The expression of the number of babies born per married couple in 2009.

I. The expression that represents the number of babies born in 2002.

II. The expression of the number of babies born per married couple in 2009.

I. The expression that represents the number of babies born in 2002.

II. The expression of the number of babies born per married couple in 2009.

I. The expression that represents the number of babies born in 2002.

II. The expression of the number of babies born per married couple in 2009.

I. The expression that represents the number of babies born in 2002.

II. The expression of the number of babies born per married couple in 2009.

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