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According to the passage, biologists have suggested which of the following about snowshoe hare population fluctuations?
The passage suggests that which of the following is true of fluctuations in snowshoe hare populations?
Many of the most critically successful filmmakers attract __________ who strive to emulate their style of filmmaking.
Although the behavior of individuals is often simple, the collective patterns to which it leads can be __________, making common sense a faulty guide to what might happen.
The author of this study valiantly searches for commonalities among the leaders of social movements but fails; the leaders remain __________ group.
Which of the following most logically completes the argument?
The author suggests that readers of the earliest books printed in Europe
Which of the following statements best describes the function of the highlighted portion of the passage?
The highlighted sentence serves primarily to
For the following question, consider each of the choices separately and select all that apply. The author of the passage would most likely agree with which of the following statements about mature standing herbage?
Because economists have yet to identify a pattern of economic indicators that consistently __________ a rise or fall in employment, they have not been able to furnish governments with a method for predicting unemployment rates.
The geologist suggested that as the most productive oil reservoirs begin to dry up, the high costs and potential risks of drilling in more marginal locations will come to seem less __________ and more acceptable.
The question of whether or not a novel species is accepted by local ecological scientists as a natural component of a given ecosystem is not (i)_____: if a species believed to be exotic is also categorized as potentially harmful, then expensive, laborious, and even ecologically destructive eradication initiatives may (ii)_____.
Modern attempts to find a dark, brooding layer in Mozart`s psychology have been (i)_____. True, in his correspondence he once or twice displays depressive symptoms-alluding to his "black thoughts" and describing sensations of coldness and emptiness-but the context is (ii)_____: in the first instance he is begging for money, and in the second he is telling his wife how much he misses her.
In his study of the physical feeling of disgust, Kelly makes claims that are both (i)_____ and (ii)_____: he advances arguments about how disgust evolved over time and what triggers it.
People love to talk about their commutes to and from work: those with an easy commute tend to (i)_____, while those who hate their commute think and speak of it as a core affliction, like a chronic illness. Once you raise the subject, the testimonies pour out, and, if your ears are tuned to it, you begin overhearing commute talk everywhere. People who are normally (ii)_____ may, when describing their commutes, be unexpectedly (iii)_____ divulging the intimate details of their lives.
It can be inferred that proponents of the sister-culture interpretation would be LEAST likely to agree with proponents of the mother-culture interpretation on which of the following issues?
Which of the following discoveries would provide evidence favoring either one or the other of the two interpretations?
The primary purpose of the passage is to
It can be inferred from the passage that the "existing research" found which of the following about animals` play behavior?

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