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Q10 in an attempt to attract more tourists the swiss

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------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q10: In an attempt to attract more tourists, the Swiss government commissioned several life- size fiberglass cow statues, having them decorated by local artists, and set them up on the streets of Zurich. A. the Swiss government commissioned several life-size fiberglass cow statues, having them decorated by local artists, and B. the Swiss government commissioned several life-size fiberglass cow statues, they were decorated by local artists, and then C. the Swiss government commissioned several life-size fiberglass cow statues, had them decorated by local artists, and D. several life-size fiberglass cow statues were commissioned by the Swiss government, decorated by local artists, and then E. several life-size fiberglass cow statues, commissioned by the Swiss government, were decorated by local artists, and they Answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q11: Trancorp currently transports all its goods to Burland Island by truck. The only bridge over the channel separating Burland from the mainland is congested, and trucks typically spend hours in traffic. Trains can reach the channel more quickly than trucks, and freight cars can be transported to Burland by barges that typically cross the channel in an hour. Therefore, to reduce shipping time, Trancorp plans to switch to trains and barges to transport goods to Burland. Which of the following would be most important to know in determining whether Trancorp’s plan, if implemented, is likely to achieve its goal? A .Whether transportation by train and barge would be substantially less expensive than transportation by truck. B. Whether there are boats that can make the trip between the mainland and Burland faster than barges can C. Whether loading the freight cars onto barges is very time consuming D. Whether the average number of vehicles traveling over the bridge into Burland has been relatively constant in recent years
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E. Whether most trucks transporting goods into Burland return to the mainland empty Answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q12: Over the next few years, increasing demands on the Chattahoochee River, which flows into the Apalachicola River, could alter the saline content of Apalachicola Bay, which would rob the oysters there of their flavor, and to make them decrease in size , less distinctive, and less in demand. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q13 to Q15: Carotenoids, a family of natural pigments, form an important art of the colorful signals used by many animals. Animals acquire Line carotenoids either directly (from the plants (5) and algae that produce them) or indirectly (by eating insects) and store them in a variety of tissues. Studies of several animal species have shown that when choosing mates, females prefer males with brighter carotenoid-based (10) coloration.
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