Were not widely prevalent among insect populations

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Unformatted text preview: were not widely prevalent among insect populations generally B. affected only the caterpillar life stage of lepidoptera C. were the driving force behind lepidoptera population cycles D. attacked already declining caterpillar populations E. infected birds and parasites that prey on various species of lepidoptera Answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q38: Frobisher, a sixteenth-century English explorer, had soil samples from Canada’s Kodlunarn Island examined for gold content. Because high gold content was reported, Elizabeth I funded two mining expeditions. Neither expedition found any gold there. Modern analysis of the island’s soil indicates a very low gold content. Thus the methods used to determine the gold content of Frobisher’s samples must have been inaccurate. Which of the following is an assumption on which the argument depends? A. The gold content of the soil on Kodlunarn Island is much lower today than it was in the sixteenth century. B. The two mining expeditions funded by Elizabeth I did not mine the same part of Kodlunarn Island. C. The methods used to assess gold content of the soil samples provided by Frobisher were different from those generally used in the sixteenth century. D. Frobisher did not have soil samples from any other Canadian island examined for gold content. E. Gold was not added to the soil samples collected by Frobisher before the samples were examined. Answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q39: Which of the following most logically completes the argument below? According to promotional material published by the city of Springfield, more tourists stay in hotels in Springfield than stay in the neighboring city of Harristown. A brochure from the largest hotel in Harristown claims that more tourists stay in that hotel than stay in the Royal Arms Hotel in Springfield. If both of these sources are accurate, however, the “Report on Tourism” for the region must be in error in stating that ______. 31 A. the average length of stay is longer at the largest hotel in Harristown than it is at the Royal Arms Hotel B. there is only one hotel in Harristown that is larger than the Royal Arms Hotel C. more tourists stay in hotels in Harristown than stay in the Royal Arms Hotel D. the Royal Arms Hotel is the largest hotel in Springfield E. the Royal Arms Hotel is the only hotel in Springfield Answer: QX: Which of the following most logically completes the argument below? According to promotional material published by the city of Springfield, more tourists stay in hotels in Springfield than stay in the neighboring city of Harristown. A brochure from the largest hotel in Harristown claims that more tourists stay in that hotel than stay in the Royal Arms Hotel in Springfield. If both of these sources are accurate, however, the county’s “Report on Tourism” must be in error in indicating that _______....
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