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Which of the following, if true, would provide the strongest justification for the managers’ judgment? A. A significant proportion of Hill and Dale’s sales are made to customers who enter the store in order to buy one particular item but, once there, find other items to buy as well. B. In Boravia when the economy is strong, those who might otherwise go camping tend to take vacations overseas. C. The economic upturn is likely to allow Boravia’s nati- onal parks, where most of the camping and hiking is done, to receive extra funding to improve their visitor facilities. D. Advances in materials technology have led to the development of hiking and camping equipment that is more comfortable and lightweight than before. E. Many people in Boravia not only are committed to preserving the country’s wilderness areas but also are interested in spending some time in them. Answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5 The particular design of muscles and bones in the neck and limbs of the turtle allow that it can draw in its exposed parts such that an attacker can find nothing but hard shell to bite. A. allow that it can draw in its exposed parts such that B. allow it to draw in its exposed parts, and so C. allows for it to draw in its exposed parts and that D. allows that it can draw in its exposed parts, and so E. allows it to draw in its exposed parts, so that
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answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6 The relative prosperity of the first years of the twentieth century came to a halt in 1907 when drains on the money supply, revealing a weak national financial infrastructure of banking and credit, it precipitated an economic crisis that lasted nearly a year. A. supply, revealing a weak national financial infrastructure of banking and credit, it precipitated. B. Supply, revealing a weak national financial infrastruc- ture of banking and credit, they precipitated. C. Supply both revealed a weak national financial infrastructure of banking and credit and precipitating. D. Supply revealed both a weak national financial infra- structure of banking and credit and precipitating. E. Supply revealed a weak national infrastructure of ba- nking and credit and precipitated. Answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q7 to Q9 There is no consensus among researchers regarding what qualifies a substance as a pheromone. While most Line agree on a basic definition of pheromones (5) as chemicals released by one individual of a species which, when detected by another individual of the same species, elicit a specific behavioral or physiological response, some researchers also specify (10) that the response to pheromones must be unconscious. In addition, the distinction between pheromones and odorants— chemicals that are consciously detected as odors---can be blurry, and some (15) researchers classify pheromones as a type of odorant. Evidence that pheromone responses may not involve conscious odor perception comes from the finding that in many species, pheromones are processed (20) by the vomeronasal (or accessory olfactory) system, which uses a special structure in the nose, the vomeronasal organ (VNO), to receive chemical signals. The neural
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