Q10 according to the passage which of the following

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Q10: According to the passage, which of the following statements about sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide outputs is true? A. Older production technologies cannot be adapted so as to reduce production of 6
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these outputs as waste products. B. Under the most recent environmental regulations, industrial plants are no longer permitted to produce these outputs. C. Although these outputs are environmentally hazardous, some plants still generate them as waste products despite the high compliance costs they impose. D. Many older plants have developed innovative technological processes that reduce the amounts of these outputs generated as waste products. E. Since the production processes that generate these outputs are less costly than alternative processes, these less expensive processes are sometimes adopted despite their acknowledged environmental hazards. Answer: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q11: The passage suggests which of the following concerning the relationship between the location of a plant and the compliance costs it faces? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q12: A mosquito bite can transmit to a person the parasite that causes malaria, and the use of mosquito nets over children’s beds can significantly reduce the incidence of malarial infection for children in areas where malaria is common. Yet public health officials are reluctant to recommend the use of mosquito nets over children’s beds in such areas. Which of the following, if true, would provide the strongest grounds for the public health officials’ reluctance? 7
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