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Despite the _____ of medical information available through e-mail, the Internet, and mobile devices, not many patients are taking advantage of the potential of electronic communications for health-related needs.
In order to cultivate new repertoire, the music industry is providing a hearing for previously _____ composers.
If n is a positive odd integer and $$k=n^{3}+2n$$, what is the value of $$ (-1)^{k}-(-1)^{k+1}$$?
The author of the passage mentions Crown and Wills primarily in order to
It can be inferred that the author mentions Ellison`s apprenticeship with Richmond Barthe primarily in order to
Which of the following is an assumption on which the argument relies?
According to the passage, critics approach Jane Austen`s work in biographical or historical ways for which of the following reasons?
In the context in which it appears, "appreciation of" most nearly means
Hyana Kusiemko and her colleagues speculate that the (i)_____ support among low-income works for increases in the minimum wage is a form of last-place aversion: people who are in a marginally better position than the worst off seek to (ii)_____ to distinguish themselves from those in last place.
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.
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 _____.
When it comes to arriving at brilliant ideas, filtering out distractions might well be _____: if a person`s mind is wandering, that person tends to outperform peers in a range of tasks in which flashes of insight are important.
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.
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.
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?

Give your answer as a fraction.
Which of the following is most nearly equal to$$\frac{2.5*10^{6}}{2.5*10^{6}-3.5*10^{-6}}$$
How many values of x are there such that x is an integer and |3x- 2| < 8?

If 20 red cubes and 7 white cubes, all of equal size, are fitted together to form one large cube, as shown above, what is the greatest fractional of the surface area of the large cube that could be red?
How many different three-digit positive integers are there that are greater than 300 and contain three of the four digits 1, 2, 3, and 4?

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