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Q13: Today’s technology allows manufacturers to make small cars more fuel-efficient now than at any time in their production history. A. small cars more fuel-efficient now than at any time in their B. small cars that are more fuel-efficient than they were at any time in their C. small cars that are more fuel-efficient than those at any other time in D. more fuel-efficient small cars than those at any other time in their E. more fuel-efficient small cars now than at any time in Answer: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - Q14: The themes that Rita Dove explores in her poetry is universal, encompassing much of the human condition while occasionally she deals with racial issues. 19
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A. is universal, encompassing much of the human condition while occasionally she deals B. is universal, encompassing much of the human condition, also occasionally it deals C. are universal, they encompass much of the human condition and occasionally deals D. are universal, encompassing much of the human condition while occasionally dealing E. are universal, they encompass much of the human condition, also occasionally are dealing Answer: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - Q15: The commission’s office of compliance, inspections, and investigations plans to intensify its scrutiny of stock analysts to investigate not only whether research is an independent function at brokerage firms, but also whether conflicts result when analysts own the stocks they write about or when they are paid for their work by a firm’s investment banking division. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - Q16: 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.
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