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The assumption that children learn about science primarily in the classroom is so _____ that few scientists, educators or policymakers question it, despite an ever-growing body of evidence demonstrating that most science is learnt outside of school.
Evidence has been accumulating since the 1930s that reducing an animals energy intake below its energy expenditure extends the life span and delays the (i)_____ of age-related diseases in rats, dogs, fish, and monkeys. Such results have inspired thousands of people to (ii)_____ in the hope of living longer, healthier lives. They have also led to a search for drugs that (iii)_____ the effects of calorie restriction without the pain of actually going on a diet.
Our mass media are much more fascinated by bad ideas or the failure of good ones than by successes: we drown in bad news-tales of how things went wrong--but we have only the most_____ discussion on how they might go right.
A few decades ago the idea of animal morality would have been met with __________; however, recent research suggests that animals not only act altruistically but also have the capacity for empathy, forgiveness, trust, and reciprocity.
A sunset, the poet asserted, is beautiful in part because it is _____: fleeting and never to be exactly repeated.
Since Venus and Earth are so similar in their mass and density, Mueller suggested that the two planets have similar compositions and, therefore there must be surface features on Venus that have terrestrial _____.
Some people (i)_____ translations of great literary works-especially those insistent on a literal translation for whom no rendering is ever (ii)_____ enough.
When it comes to arriving at brilliant ideas, filtering out distractions might well be _____: if a persons mind is wandering, that person tends to outperform peers in a range of tasks in which flashes of insight are important.
As a longtime fan of the fashion photography Web site, I wasnt sure if I wanted to see its images presented in a book, with all of the (i)______ that implies. What Ive always enjoyed about the photos is their (ii)______: they are disposable snapshots of whats going on in the world of style right now.
Given that the department director was such a feeble contributor, sitting silently at important policy meetings and usually deferring to low-level aides, it was surprising that he had such a reputation for ______.
For wily political press officers, the art of spin is not quite supplanting truth with lies, but instead it aspires to replace awkward complexity with catchy ______; successful spin creates the impression of unavoidable common sense.
The patients given a placebo in the course of clinical trials receive much more than a pharmacologically inert substance. Like the patients receiving the experimental drug, they ______ a thorough medical evaluation, a chance to discuss their condition with competent professionals, a diagnosis, and a treatment plan. Although viewed by many as (ii)______ the healing process, these factors may actually provide an important clue as to why placebo often work: they are part of an experience that can itself be a (iii)______ illness.
Psychologists have discovered that some of the most ______ advice on study habits is flat wrong, leading them to revise the guidelines they offer to students.
The employees tasked with modeling scenarios for their companys bankruptcy assumed that their work was merely ______: none of them expected the firm to file for bankruptcy immediately.
Some have challenged scientists who attribute the surge in amphibian deaths to habitat loss, since numerous populations have (i)_____ in protected parks and nature reserved-even in remote wilderness areas: places that are removed from humans modern effluvium and that are presumably (ii)_____ such effects.
Though nations no longer (i)_____ nuclear physicists-the men and women who once delivered the destructive power of the atom bomb-physics still has the same power to (ii)_____ but in another way, by revealing the basic truths that underpin reality.
The fall of the monarchical order produced a score of fragile successor states in Europe that _____ ethnic discontent and revanchism. This (ii)_____, when fused with those states` inherent feebleness, make for power voids and political (iii)_____.
In the xy-plane, the point (t, t-1) lies on the line with equation y = $- \frac{1}{2}$ x +$\frac{1}{3}$ . What is the value of t?

x > 0

#### Quantity A

The area of a square region with diagonal of length $\sqrt{2}x$

#### Quantity B

The area of a circular region with diameter of length x

Which of the following is most nearly equal to$\frac{2.5*10^{6}}{2.5*10^{6}-3.5*10^{-6}}$

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