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Q13 plants are more efficient at acquiring carbon

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Q13: Plants are more efficient at acquiring carbon than are fungi , in the form of carbon dioxide, and converting it to energy-rich sugars. A. Plants are more efficient at acquiring carbon than are fungi B. Plants are more efficient at acquiring carbon than fungi C. Plants are more efficient than fungi at acquiring carbon D. Plants, more efficient than fungi at acquiring carbon E. Plants acquire carbon more efficiently than fungi Answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q14: The average hourly wage of television assemblers in Vernland has long been significantly lower than that in neighboring Borodia. Since Borodia dropped all tariffs on Vernlandian televisions three years ago, the number of televisions sold annually in Borodia has not changed. However, recent statistics show a droip in the number of television assemblers in Borodia. Therefore, updated trade statistics will probably indicate that the number of televisions Borodia imports annually from Vernland has increased. Which of the following is an assumption on which the argument depends? 8
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------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q15: The city of Workney, in raising bus fares from $1.00 to $1.25, proposed that 18 fare tokens be sold for $20.00 to alleviate the extra burden of the fare increase on the city’s low-income residents. Critics suggested alternatively that 9 fare tokens be sold for $10.00, because a $20.00 outlay would be prohibitive for low-income riders. The alternative proposal depends on which of the following assumptions? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q16: Prospecting for gold during the California gold rush was a relatively easy task, because of erosion, prehistoric glacier movement, and ancient, gold-bearing riverbeds thrust to the surface by volcanic activity put gold literally within reach for anybody with a pan or shovel.
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