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Consider each of the choices separately and select all that apply.

According to the passage, astronomers` belief that comets are pristine relics was
According to the passage, which of the following is true of an Eurasia-Africa land bridge during ice ages?
Among geophysicists there was considerably less (i)_________ the proposed environment measure than the (ii)_______ media accounts of the conference would suggest: the debate was often animated but never uncivil.
If the information provided is true, which of the following is most strongly supported on the basis of it?
Which of the following statements about the development of the piano can be inferred from the passage?
In the context in which it appears, [/b]"tone"[/b] most exactly means
The author mentions "studies of lake and shallow ocean sediments" primarily in order to
For decades, Pluto seemed to be the mysteriously _____ planet: it was first thought to be about as large as Earth, but, subsequently, measurements had it smaller and smaller.
Analysis for the structural feature that were thought to _____ kinship between the two species prompted an investigation that dispelled that presumption and revealed that the two share a family history.
Church, Nussbaum, Waldman, and Wills have written very different books-Nassbaum and Wills range both farther and deeper-but each one of the four strives for _____, wanting to save us from the errors of partisans and zealots.

Saul`s particular combination of intellectuality and vitality was not paradoxical; it was category-shattering. (i)_____ was, in a way, his very theme. Was ever a bookish soul so cracklingly unmediated, so (ii)_____ raw life? He was as vivid physically as he was mentally, almost perversely alert, completely at home in the world of matter, repulsed by (iii)_____.
While in their consideration of the unique way athletics and academics are combined in United States universities, Markovits and Rensmann do not (i)_____ Gumbrecht`s idealizing vision of the compatibility of college athletics with the intellectual missions of institutions of higher learning, neither do they regard college athletics as (ii)_____: they believe that big-time sports have a rightful place in university life.
_____ is valuable in science, even when a scientific idea is true, it can be misused through grandiosity.
There is no sense trying to rehabilitate the reputation of the mosquito; nobody loves such a creature. But it`s (i)______ to (ii)______ all 2,600 described species of mosquito when it`s just 80 or so-3 percent that drink human blood. Among those 2,520 relatively (iii)______ kinds of mosquitoes, there`s even one we`d like to see in greater numbers: Taxorhynchites, the mosquito that eats other mosquitoes.
The employees tasked with modeling scenarios for their company`s bankruptcy assumed that their work was merely ______: none of them expected the firm to file for bankruptcy immediately.

Quantity A

The remainder when $$7^{13}$$ is divided by 10

Quantity B

7


The operation @ is defined for all numbers x and y by the equation x@y=$$x^{2}$$+y

Quantity A

($$\frac{2}{3}$$@$$\frac{2}{3}$$)@$$\frac{2}{3}$$

Quantity B

$$\frac{2}{3}$$@($$\frac{2}{3}$$@$$\frac{2}{3}$$)



In the figure, the square ENFM is inscribed in the rectangle ABCD, E and F are the midpoints of side AB and DC. If the area of ENFM is 64, G and H are the midpoints of AD and BC, and GM=NH=5, then what is the area of ABCD?
A stone was dropped into a still pond and produced concentric circular ripples on the surface of the water. The radius of the outermost ripple increased at a constant rate of x feet per second. If the area of the circular region enclosed by the outermost ripple was 400π square feet 10 seconds after the stone hit the water, what is the value of x?

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