VERBAL.16 - Verbal Section-Q1 A mixture of poems and short...

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Verbal Section ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q1: A mixture of poems and short fiction, Jean Toomer’s Cane has been called one of the three best novels ever written by Black Americans—the others being Richard Wright, author of Native Son , and Ralph Ellison, author of Invisible Man . A. Black Americans—the others being Richard Wright, author of Native Son , and Ralph Ellison, author of Invisible Man B. Black Americans—including Native Son by Richard Wright and Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison C. a Black American—including Richard Wright, author of Native Son , and Ralph Ellison, author of Invisible Man D. a Black American—the others being Richard Wright, author of Native Son , and Ralph Ellison, author of Invisible Man E. a Black American—the others being Richard Wright’s Native Son and Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man Answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q2: Scientists are discussing ways to remove excess carbon dioxide from the atmosphere by increasing the amount that is absorbed by plant life. One plan to accomplish this is to establish giant floating seaweed farms in the oceans. When the seaweed plants die, they will be disposed of by being burned for fuel. Which of the following, if true, would indicate the most serious weakness in the plan above? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q3: Were it not for the fusion-powered heat and radiation that rush from its core, instead its own weight would cause a star to collapse . 1
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------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q4 to Q7: The term “episodic memory” was introduced by Tulving to refer to what he considered a uniquely human capacity— Line the ability to recollect specific past events, (5) to travel back into the past in one’s own mind—as distinct from the capacity simply to use information acquired through past experiences. Subsequently, Clayton et al. developed criteria to test for episodic (10) memory in animals. According to these criteria, episodic memories are not of individual bits of information; they involve multiple components of a single event “bound” together. Clayton sought to (15) examine evidence of scrub jays’ accurate memory of “what,” “where,” and “when” information and their binding of this infor- mation.
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