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Political advertising may well be the most (i) _____ kind of advertising: political candidates are usually quite (ii) _____, yet their campaign advertisements often hide important differences behind smoke screens of smiles and empty slogans.
Political ads have remained strikingly similar since the 1950s, whereas consumer ads have evolved dramatically. The difference seems to be that consumer advertisers prize (i)____________, whereas political advertisers prize (ii)____________. In that regard, political ads function as microcosms of politics generally-characterized by frequent and dramatic hyperbole but resistant to all but the most (iii)____________ change.
Which of the following, if true, most strengthens the argument?
Select the sentence that describes some of the factors that hamper archaeological investigation of past agricultural practices.
It can be inferred from the passage that the written records about the Apalachee that describe farming
It is common to quote David Hume arguing against the possibility of reasoned ethics--for example, his observation that "the rules of morality ... are not conclusions of our reason." Hume's remarks on the relation between reason and ethics are so myriad that it would be presumptuous to seek a definitive clarification of his position. But it is worth noting that immediately preceding the remark just quoted, Hume declares: "Morals excite passions, and produce or prevent actions. Reason of itself is utterly impotent in this particular." The qualification "of itself" is important to note. This is, in fact, not an argument that reason is unimportant for morality or for motivating action. It argues only that reason cannot accomplish this entirely on its own.
The primary purpose of the passage is to
The author quotes Hume in the first sentence of the passage primarily to
Stannard may be hoping to resurrect Spark's literary reputation with this book, given its ____________ praise for her creative talents.
When called before Congress to testify about the revocation of his passport, Paul Robeson defiantly ____________ his inquisitors for violating his rights.
The young conservative's college years were probably a lonely time, during which she made a few political contacts but was repeatedly the recipient of ____________ from the progressive young women at her college.
b is the tens digit and c is the ones digit of the two-digit positive integer n, where 1 ≤ b ≤ c ≤ 6.

Quantity A

The number of possible values of n

Quantity B

18




Quantity A

The length of chord PQ

Quantity B

r




a and b are negative, and $$a^{2}-b^{2}<0$$

Quantity A

a-b

Quantity B

0




In a certain electric circuit, the current I, in amperes, and the resistance R, in ohms, are related by the equation $$R=\sqrt{3}*I^{2}$$. When the current in the electric circuit is 3 amperes, the resistance is x ohms.

Quantity A

x

Quantity B

12




x and y are positive integers and xy=10.

Quantity A

$$8xy^{3}$$

Quantity B

|9xy-3|




$$(x^{3})(y^{2})=27$$

x > 0 and y > 0

Quantity A

x

Quantity B

y




Quantity A

$$(2^{8})(3^{15})+(2^{8})(3^{15})$$

Quantity B

$$(6^{9})(3^{6})$$




Square S is inscribed in circle C and circle R is inscribed in square S. What is the ratio of the area of the circular region C to the area of the circular region R?
From all the $10 games downloaded, 2 games are to be selected at random without replacement. Which of the following is closest to the probability that neither of the 2 games selected will be sports games?
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