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Unformatted text preview: A. Analyzing campaign expenditures, the media has had as a focus B. Analyses of campaign expenditures by the media has been focus on C. In analyzing campaign expenditures, the media have focused on D. Media analyses of campaign expenditures have had as a focus E. In their analysis of campaign expenditures, the media has been focusing on Answer: 21------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q19: In Rubaria, excellent health care is available to virtually the entire population, whereas very few people in Terland receive adequate medical care. Yet, although the death rate for most diseases is higher in Terland than in Rubaria, the percentage of the male population that dies from prostate cancer is significantly higher in Rubaria than in Terland. Which of the following, if true, most helps to explain the disparity between the prostate cancer death rate in Rubaria and Terland? A. Effective treatment of prostate cancer in its early stages generally requires medical techniques available in Rubaria but not in Terland. B. Most men who have prostate cancer are older than the average life expectancy for male inhabitants of Terland. C. Being in poor general health does not increase one’s risk of developing prostate cancer. D. It is possible to decrease one’s risk of getting prostate cancer by eating certain kinds of foods, and such foods are more readily available in Rubaria than in Terland. E. Among men in Rubaria, the death rate from prostate cancer is significantly higher for those who do not take full advantage of Rubaria’s health care system than for those who do. Answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q20 to 23: Recently biologists have been interested in a tide-associated periodic behavior displayed by Line the diatom Hantzschia virgata , a (5) microscopic golden-brown alga that inhabits that portion of a shoreline washed by tides (the intertidal zone). Diatoms of this species, sometimes called “commuter” diatoms, remain (10) burrowed in the sand during high tide, and emerge on the sand sur- face during the daytime low tide. Just before the sand is inundated by the rising tide, the diatoms burrow (15) again. Some scientists hypothesize that commuter diatoms know that it is low tide because they sense an environmental change, such as an 22 alteration in temperature or a change (20) in pressure caused by tidal move- ment. However, when diatoms are observed under constant conditions in a laboratory, they still display periodic behavior, continuing to bur- (25) row on schedule for several weeks. This indicates that commuter diatoms, rather than relying on environmental cues to keep time, possess an inter- nal pacemaker or biological clock (30) that enables them to anticipate peri- odic changes in the environment....
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