Q10 the passage suggests that vanek and cowan would

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Q10: The passage suggests that Vanek and Cowan would agree that modernizing household technology did not A. reduce the workload of servants and other household helpers B. raise the standard of housework that women who were full-time home workers set for themselves C. decrease the effort required to perform household tasks D. reduce the time spent on housework by women who were full-time home workers E. result in a savings of money used for household maintenance Answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q11: 16
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Because ethylene dibromide, a chemical used to fumigate grain, was blamed for the high rate of nerve damage suffered by people who work in grain-processing plants, many such plants switched to other chemical fumigants two years ago. Since then, however, the percentage of workers at these plants who were newly diagnosed with nerve damage has not dropped significantly. Therefore, either ethylene dibromide was wrongly blamed or else the new chemicals also cause nerve damage. Which of the following is an assumption on which the argument depends? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q12: The globalization of financial-services companies has been a boon to money launders, because of allowing money placed in a bank in a less regulated jurisdiction to be transferred to a branch in a more regulated one. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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