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Unformatted text preview: D. It attempts to address the controversy over the date of human arrival in North America. E. It admits the possibility that factors other than the arrival of humans played a role in the Pleistocene extinctions. Answer: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q6: Which of the following, if true, would most weaken Krech’s objections to Martin’s theory? 15 A. Further studies showing that the climatic change that occurred at the end of the Pleistocene era was even more severe and widespread than was previously believed B. New discoveries indicating that Paleoindians made use of the small animals, plants, and insects that became extinct C. Additional evidence indicating that widespread climatic change occurred not only at the end of the Pleistocene era but also in previous and subsequent eras D. Researchers’ discoveries that many more species became extinct in North America at the end of the Pleistocene era than was previously believed E. New discoveries establishing that both the arrival of humans in North America and the wave of Pleistocene extinctions took place much earlier than 11,000 years ago Answer: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q7: In the last sentence of the passage, the author refers to “recent archaeological discoveries” (lines 36-37) most probably in order to A. refute White’s suggestion that neither Maritn nor Krech adequately account for Paleoindians’ contributions to the Pleistocene extinctions B. cast doubt on the possibility that a more definitive theory regarding the causes of the Pleistocene extinctions may be forthcoming C. suggest that Martin’s, Krech’s, and White’s theories regarding the Pleistocene extinctions are all open to question D. call attention to the most controversial aspect of all the current theories regarding the Pleistocene extinctions E. provide support for White’s questioning of both Martin’s and Krech’s positions regarding the role of Paleoindians in the Pleistocene extinctions Answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q8: Many financial experts believe that policy makers at the Federal Reserve, now viewing the economy as balanced between moderate growth and low inflation, are almost certain to leave interest rates unchanged for the foreseeable future. A. Reserve, now viewing the economy as balanced between moderate growth and low inflation, are B. Reserve, now viewing the economy to be balanced between that of moderate growth and low inflation and are C. Reserve who, now viewing the economy as balanced between moderate growth and low inflation, are D. Reserve, who now view the economy to be balanced between that of moderate growth and low inflation, will be E. Reserve, which now views the economy to be balanced between moderate growth and low inflation, is 16 Answer: -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------...
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