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GMAT Practice Question for June 1st

A recent study demonstrated that adults living with children consume nearly five more grams of fat per day, on average, than do adults living without children. The higher fat intake among these adults is likely attributable to purchasing more low-nutrition food, such as potato chips and cookies, for the children but succumbing to temptation themselves.

Which of the following, if true, would most seriously weaken the claim regarding the higher fat intake of adults living with children?

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Question ID: 1897