Q4 even though more money was removed out of stock

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------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q4: Even though more money was removed out of stock funds in July as in any month since October 1987, sales of fund shares in July were not as low as an industry trade group had previously estimated. A. as in any month since October 1987, sales of fund shares in July were not as low as B. as had been in any other month since October 1987, sales of fund shares in July were not as low as what C. than there was in any other month since October 1987, sales of fund shares in July were not as low as that which D. than in any month since October 1987, sales of fund shares in July were not as low as E. than in any other month since October 1987, sales of fund shares in July were not as low as what Answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q5 to Q7: According to a theory advanced by researcher Paul Martin, the wave of species extinctions that occurred Line in North America about 11,000 years (5) ago, at the end of the Pleistocene era, can be directly attributed to the arrival of humans, i.e., the Paleoindians, who were ancestors of modern Native Americans. However, anthropologist (10) Shepard Krech points out that large animal species vanished even in areas where there is no evidence to demon- 15
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strate that Paleoindians hunted them. Nor were extinctions confined to large (15) animals: small animals, plants, and insects disappeared, presumably not all through human consumption. Krech also contradicts Martin’s exclusion of climatic change as an explanation by (20) asserting that widespread climatic change did indeed occur at the end of the Pleistocene. Still, Krech attributes secondary if not primary responsibility for the extinctions to the Paleoindians, (25) arguing that humans have produced local extinctions elsewhere. But, according to historian Richard White, even the attribution of secondary responsibility may not be supported (30) by the evidence. White observes that Martin’s thesis depends on coinciding dates for the arrival of humans and the decline of large animal species, and Krech, though aware that the dates (35) are controversial, does not challenge them; yet recent archaeological discoveries are providing evidence that the date of human arrival was much earlier than 11,000 years ago. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q5: Which of the following is true about Martin’s theory, as that theory is described in the passage? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q6: In the last sentence of the passage, the author refers to “recent archaeological discoveries” (lines 36-37) most probably in order to 16
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A. refute White’s suggestion that neither Maritn nor Krech adequately account for Paleoindians’ contributions to the Pleistocene extinctions B. cast doubt on the possibility that a more definitive theory regarding the causes of
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