Q17 fossils of a whale that beached on an african

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Q17: Fossils of a whale that beached on an African shore more than a million years ago and was subsequently butchered by hominids have been recovered by paleontologists. A. that beached on an African shore more than a million years ago and was subsequently butchered by hominids have B. that beached on an African shore more than a million years ago and then was subsequently butchered by hominids has C. that beached on an African shore more than a million years ago, which was subsequently butchered by hominids, has D. having been beached on an African shore more than a million years ago and subsequently butchered by hominids, have E. having beached on an African shore more than a million years ago and then subsequently were butchered by hominids have Answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q18: According to a recent study of consumer spending on prescription medications, increases in the sales of the 50 drugs that were advertised most heavily accounts for almost half of the $20.8 billion increase in drug spending last year, the remainder of which came from sales of the 9,850 prescription medicines that companies did not advertise or advertised very little. 9
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spending last year, with the remainder of it coming ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q19: Certain politicians in the country of Birangi argue that a 50 percent tax on new automobiles would halt the rapid increase of automobiles on Birangi’s roads and thereby slow the deterioration of Birangi’s air quality. Although most experts agree that such a tax would result in fewer Birangians buying new vehicles and gradually reduce the number of automobiles on Birangi’s roads, they contend that it would have little impact on Birangi’s air-quality problem. Which of the following, if true in Birangi, would most strongly support the experts’ contention about the effect of the proposed automobile tax on Birangi’s air-quality problem? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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