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Unformatted text preview: Q1. p2-sc 1. (24163-!-item-!-188;#058&001054) Since the start of the space age, more and more littering has occurred in orbits near Earth, often because the intentional discarding of lens caps, packing material, fuel tanks, and payload covers. (A) more and more littering has occurred in orbits near Earth, often because (B) orbits near Earth have become more and more littered, often from (C) orbits near Earth became littered more and more, often resulting from (D) there have been more and more littering of orbits near Earth, often because of (E) there had been littering more and more of orbits near Earth, often with Q2. p2-sc 2. (24209-!-item-!-188;#058&001071) In the Louisiana Purchase of 1803, the United States acquired 828,000 square miles for about four cents an acre, which more than doubled the country's size and that brought its western border within reach of the Pacific Ocean. (A) In the Louisiana Purchase of 1803, the United States acquired 828,000 square miles for about four cents an acre, which more than doubled the country's size and that brought (B) For about four cents an acre the United States acquired, in the Louisiana Purchase of 1803, 828,000 square miles, more than doubling the country's size and it brought (C) With the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, the United States acquired 828,000 square miles for about four cents an acre, more than doubling its size and bringing (D) The United States, in the Louisiana Purchase of 1803, for about four cents an acre, acquired 828,000 square miles, more than doubling the country's size, bringing (E) Acquiring 828,000 square miles in the Louisiana Purchase of 1803, the United States bought it for about four cents an acre, more than doubling the country's size and bringing Q3. p2-cr 1. (24021-!-item-!-188;#058&000691) On Pacific islands, a newly arrived gecko species, the house gecko, is displacing the previously established mourning gecko in urban areas, but populations of the two species are more stable in rural areas far from human settlement. The house gecko does not attack the mourning gecko, but in areas where insects congregate it prevents the mourning gecko from feeding on them. Which of the following contributes most to an explanation of the difference between gecko populations in urban and rural areas? (A) In urban areas, geckos are valued because they eat so many insects....
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