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B. does not scream in pain while having a heart attack C. shows no evidence of heart muscle damage D. always dies of a myocardial infarction Answer: A QUESTION: 266 A woman who is 53 years old has a heart attack. Compared with a man, she is more likely to A. die of coronary artery disease before age 65 B. have a "silent coronary" C. die within an hour of the attack D. die as the result of a heart attack after age 65 A nswer: B QUESTION: 267 Which conclusion is consistent with the results of the study? A. Chances of death within one hour of a heart attack are greater for women than men. B. Chances of death from coronary artery disease are less for men than women. C. Evidence of coronary artery disease is equal among men and women. D. Sudden death is more likely for both men and women if they are under age 55 at the time of the attack. Answer: D QUESTION: 268 Based on the results of this experiment, of the people who died of coronary artery disease before age 65 A. 18 percent were women B. 20 percent were women C. 85 percent were men D. 102 percent were men 103
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Answer: C QUESTION: 269 A group of 1000 men and 1200 women between the ages of 50 and 65 are to be studied for coronary artery disease. Based on the original study, which of the following results could be predicted most reliably? A. Eight (8) women will die of coronary heart disease after they reach age 65. B. Sixteen (16) women will show significant evidence of coronary artery disease. C. Forty-four (44) men will die of coronary artery disease after they reach age 65. D. Sixty-five (65) men will show no significant evidence of coronary artery disease. Answer: B QUESTION: 270 A chemistry student placed a strip of blue litmus paper and a strip of pink litmus paper in a glass dish. Then she added a drop of dilute sulfuric acid to each strip of litmus paper. She observed
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