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Q27 scientists have identified an asteroid 2000 bf19

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Q27: Scientists have identified an asteroid, 2000 BF19, that is about half a mile wide and, if it strikes Earth, it can do tremendous damage to part of the planet but probably not cause planetwide destruction. A. and, if it strikes Earth, it can do tremendous damage to part of the planet but B. and, if it would strike Earth, part of the planet could experience a tremendous amount of damage but it would C. and that, if it were to strike Earth, could do tremendous damage to part of the planet but would D. and that, if Earth is struck by it, can do part of the planet tremendous damage, but it would E. and that, if it strikes Earth, it could experience a tremendous amount of damage but Answer: 14
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------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q28: Editorial in Krenlandian Newspaper: Krenland’s steelmakers are losing domestic sales because of lower-priced imports, in many cases because foreign governments subsidize their steel industries in ways that are banned by international treaties. But whatever the cause, the cost is ultimately going to be jobs in Krenland’s steel industry. Therefore, it would protect not only steel companies but also industrial employment in Krenland if our government took measures to reduce cheap steel imports. Which of the following, if true, most seriously weakens the editorial’s argument? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q29: Twenty-two feet long and 10 feet in diameter, the AM-1 is one of the many new satellites that is a part of 15 years effort of subjecting the interactions of Earth’s atmosphere, oceans, and land surfaces to detailed scrutiny from space. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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