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Q12 the passage suggests that with regard to the

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Q12: The passage suggests that, with regard to the history of women’s education in the United States, Kerber’s work differs from Woody’s primarily concerning which of the following? A. The extent to which women were interested in pursuing educational opportunities in the eighteenth century B. The extent of the support for educational opportunities for girls prior to the American Revolution C. The extent of public resistance to educational opportunities for women after the American Revolution D. Whether attitudes toward women’s educational opportunities changed during the eighteenth century E. Whether women needed to be educated in order to contribute to the success of a republican form of government Answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q13: Like the grassy fields and old pastures that the upland sandpiper needs for feeding and nesting when it returns in May after wintering in the Argentine Pampas, the sandpipers vanishing in the northeastern United States is a result of residential and industrial development and of changes in farming practices. 6
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A. the sandpipers vanishing in the northeastern United States is a result of residential and industrial development and of changes in B. the bird itself is vanishing in the northeastern United States as a result of residential and industrial development and of changes in C. that the birds themselves are vanishing in the northeastern United States is due to residential and industrial development and changes to D. in the northeastern United States, sandpipers’ vanishing is due to residential and industrial development and to changes in E. in the northeastern United States, the sandpipers’ vanishing, a result of residential and industrial development and changing Answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q14: 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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