VERBAL.2-1 - Verbal Section-Q1 Neither First Lady Eleanor...

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Verbal Section ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q1: Neither First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt nor Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins sought recognition by the press, and both cautiously allowed others of the Roosevelt brain trust to take credit for the genesis of historic programs in public employment, relief, and social security that were in large measure what they had been responsible for . A. to take credit for the genesis of historic programs in public employment, relief, and social security that were in large measure what they had been responsible for B. to take credit for the genesis of historic programs in public employment, relief, and social security for which the two women were in large measure responsible C. taking credit for the genesis of historic programs in public employment, relief, and social security for which the two women were in large measure responsible D. taking credit for the genesis of historic programs in public employment, relief, and social security that were in large measure what they were responsible for E. taking credit for the genesis of historic programs in public employment, relief, and social security which were largely their responsibility Answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q2: Sunflowers growing in pots were placed, with their roots submerged, in the pond contaminated with radioactive elements. The sunflowers kept growing; in the process, they absorbed radioactive elements. Within twelve days, 85 percent of the radioactive elements were removed from the water, which is no less than can be accomplished with the much more expensive conventional filtration techniques. Scientists therefore propose using sunflowers for decontamination wherever there are radioactively contaminated ponds. Which of the following, if true, points to a limitation on the applicability of the proposed method of decontamination? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1
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Q3: Not one of the potential investors is expected to make an offer to buy First Interstate Bank until a merger agreement is signed that includes a provision for penalties if the deal were not to be concluded. A. is expected to make an offer to buy First Interstate Bank until a merger agreement is signed that includes a provision for penalties if the deal were B. is expected to make an offer for buying First Interstate Bank until they sign a merger agreement including a provision for penalties if the deal was C. is expected to make an offer to buy First Interstate Bank until a merger agreement
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