B in many countries that are farther from the equator

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B. In many countries that are farther from the equator than is the continental United States poor daylight visibility is the single most important factor in automobile collisions. C. The proportion of automobile collisions that occur in the daytime is greater in the continental United States than in the countries that have daytime headlight laws. D. Fewer automobile collisions probably occur each year in countries that have daytime headlight laws than occur within the continental United States. E. Daytime headlight laws would probably do less to prevent automobile collisions in the continental United States than they do in the countries that have the laws.
© Sandeep Gupta – Ivy-GMAT, Koramangala Bangalore. [email protected] , 9739561394 8. High levels of fertilizer and pesticides, needed when farmers try to produce high yield of the same crop year after year, pollute water supplies. Experts therefore urge farmers to diversify their crops and to rotate their plantings yearly. To receive governmental price-support benefits for a crop, farmers must have produced that same crop for the past several years. The statements above, if true, best support which of the following conclusions? A. The rules for governmental support of farm prices work against efforts to reduce water pollution. B. The only solution to the problem of water pollution from fertilizers and pesticides is to take farmland out of production. C. Farmers can continue to make a profit by rotating diverse crops, thus reducing costs for chemicals, but not by planting the same crop each year. D. New farming techniques will be developed to make it possible for farmers to reduce the application of fertilizers and pesticides. E. Governmental price supports for farm products are set at levels that are not high enough to allow farmers to get out of debt.
© Sandeep Gupta – Ivy-GMAT, Koramangala Bangalore. [email protected] , 9739561394 9. United States hospitals have traditionally relied primarily on revenues from paying patients to offset losses from unreimbursed care. Almost all paying patients now rely on governmental or private health insurance to pay hospital bills. Recently, insurers have been strictly limiting what they pay hospitals for the care of insured patients to amounts at or below actual costs. Which of the following conclusions is best supported by the information above? A. Although the advance of technology has made expensive medical procedures available to the wealthy, such procedures are out of the reach of low-income patients. B. If hospitals do not find ways to raising additional income for unreimbursed care, they must either deny some of that care of suffer losses if they give it. C. Some patients have incomes too high for eligibility for governmental health insurance but are unable to afford private insurance for hospital care.

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