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for both the earth and the sun can be considered plausible.Long before radioactive dating was implemented, mythology and oral naratives alluded to a conjecturethat the earth was nearly 6000 years old. The methods of computation based on the analysis of genealogicaltrees in scant archeological findings provide evidence that can be difficult to date accurately. Today,radioactive dating of particles and whole objects has rejected this figure of erath’s age as unreliable.43.What does the passage mainly discuss?The author of the passage implies that(A)Dating technique in research(B)Modern theories and radioactive dating(C)Research an narratives about the earth’sformation(D)Establishing the earth’s age44. It can be inferred from the passage thatradioactive dating is important for estimatingthe age ofWhich of the following statements would theauthor be most likely to agree?45. In line 4, the word “eventual” is closest inmeaning to46.According to the passage, the moon isWhat conclusion does the author of the passagemake(A)older than the earth and the sun(B)newer than the earth and the sun(C)approximately the same age as the earth and thesun(D)approximately the same density as the earth andthe sunRadioactive dating is refused by researchers.(B)Radioactive dating is more accurate than theother methods(C)the earth is a part ofgalaxy that includes manymoons(D)The sun’s radioactivity is scant and can benegligible.47.The author of the passage implies that48.Which of the following statements would theauthor be most likely to agree?49.In line 8, the word “plausible” is closest inmeaning to50.What conclusion does the author of the passagemake(A)Radioactive dating is refused by researchers.(B)Radioactive dating is more accurate than theother methods(C)the earth is a part ofgalaxy that includes manymoons(D)The sun’s radioactivity is scant and can benegligible.Line510
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