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Q23 the author of the passage mentions business

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Q23: The author of the passage mentions business journals (line 39) primarily in order to A. demonstrate how a particular kind of evidence can be used to support two different conclusions B. cast doubt on a particular view about the average amount paid to German workers C. suggest that business journalists may have a vested interest in perpetuating a particular view D. identify one source of support for a view common among business managers E. indicate a way in which a particular myth could be dispelled Answer: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q24: It can be inferred from the passage that the author would be most likely to agree with which of the following statements about compensation? 26
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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q25: According to the passage, which of the following is true about changes to a company’s compensation system? ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - Q26: Which of following most logically completes the argument? The last members of a now-extinct species of a European wild deer called the giant dear lived in Ireland about 16,000 years ago. Prehistoric cave paintings in France depict this animal as having a large hump on its back. Fossils of this animal, however, do not show any hump. Nevertheless, there is no reason to conclude that the cave paintings are therefore inaccurate in this regard, since ______. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - 27
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