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4. While brokers, as a rule, are not permitted to know executive access codes, in many instances they are widely known. A. they are widely known B. they are widely known to be C. they are widely known by many D. the codes are able to be widely known E. the codes are widely known
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7. The commercial airliner flew too close to the military base, an act that the army saw asa violation of its air space. A.as
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The questions in this group are based on the content of a passage. After reading the passage, choose the best answer to each question. Answer all questions following the passage on the basis of what is stated or implied in the passage. 8. For the past five years, US consumption of eggs has decreased. The National Egg Council plans to reverse this trend by launching an advertising campaign extolling the healthful benefits of eggs. Which one of the following, if true, will provide the strongest support for the National Egg Council’s plan? A. Eggs are a good source of protein. B. Many former egg eaters now make omelets using egg substitutes. C. Most people stopped eating eggs because they thought eggs were unhealthy. D. Eggs contain unhealthy levels of cholesterol. E. Eggs substitute makers launched an extensive marketing campaign six years ago.
9. In an effort to reduce the amount of fat and the number of calories that they consume, many citizens of the United States are making significant changes in their diets. For them staying in shape and looking fit now take precedence over eating foods that are filling and that taste good. It is likely that if they maintain these new priorities with consistent regard for other health issues, the length and quality of their lives will increase significantly. Which one of the following is an assumption upon which the argument is based?

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