Q 19 in archaeology there must be a balance between

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Q 19: In archaeology, there must be a balance between explanation of the value and workings of archaeology, revealing the mys- teries of past and present cultures, and to promote respect for archaeological sites. A. between explanation of the value and workings of archae- ology, revealing the mysteries of past and present cultures, and to promote B. among explaining the value and workings of archaeology, revealing the mysteries of past and present cultures, and promoting C. between explaining the value and workings of archaeology, revealing the mysteries of past and present cultures, and when promoting D. among explaining the value and workings of archaeology, the revelation of the mysteries of past and present cultures, and to promote E. between explaining archaeology’s value and workings, in the revealing the mysteries of past and present cultures, and in promoting answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q 20: According to a 1996 survey by the National Association of College and
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University Business Officers, more than three times as many independent institutions of higher education charge tuition and fees of under $8,000 a year than those that charge over $16,000. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q 21: Nobody knows exactly how many languages there are in the world, partly because of the difficulty of distinguishing between a language and the sub-languages or dialects within it, but those who have tried to count typically have found about five thousand. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q 22: Often patients with ankle fractures that are stable, and thus do not require surgery, are given follow-up x-rays because their orthopedists are concerned about possibly having misjudged the stability of the frac- ture. When a number of follow-up x-rays were reviewed, however, all the fractures that had initially been judged stable were found to have healed correctly. Therefore, it is a waste of money to order follow-up x-rays of ankle fracture initially judged stable. Which of the following, if true, most strengthens the argument?
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