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Of the 72 fish in a certain aquarium, $$\frac{1}{3}$$ are brown and the remaining $$\frac{2}{3}$$ are white. Among the 72 fish, $$\frac{1}{2}$$ have orange fins and $$\frac{1}{2}$$ have black fins. If $$\frac{2}{3}$$ of the white fish have orange fins, how many of the brown fish have black fins?
If a rectangular room has length 20 meters, width 10 meters, and height 4 meters, then the volume of the room is how many cubic centimeters?
He listened patiently, encouragingly, and with quiet amusement to my enthusiasm. Indeed, this turned out to be our pattern: I, more ignorant but more (i)____________, would babble on, while he would offer (ii)________________ objection or refinement.
Animals whose behavioral traits are (i)____________ thereby have a level of (ii)____________ when environmental conditions vary. However, studies of animal personality also suggest that the behavior of individual animals can be constrained to certain behavioral types, leading to consistent differences between individuals.
In the twentieth century, many corporations succeeded by ____________ innovation: they found that the surest way to grow was to perfect the manufacturing of the same products, year after year.
In many branches of science, our knowledge and technology have advanced so rapidly that new studies carried out with improved instruments and techniques may well ____________ research done just twenty years earlier.
Last week a painter started a job on Tuesday, completing 44 percent of the job that day, and on Wednesday completed 25 percent of the job that remained.

Quantity A

The percent of the job that was not completed by the end of the day last Wednesday

Quantity B

42%






What is the area of the shaded region shown in the xy-plane?
If 1 < r < s < t < 2, then, of the following, which is closest to $$r+(s*10^{6})+(t*10^{12})$$?
On each side of a parade route, spectators occupy a sidewalk that is 10 feet wide and 1.5 miles long. The parade organizers estimate that the average amount of sidewalk space occupied per spectator is 6 square feet. Based on this estimate, which of the following is closest to the total number of spectators occupying the two sidewalks? (1 mile = 5,280 feet)
r is a positive integer, k = 2r + 1, and h = 5k - 3.

Quantity A

The units digit of h

Quantity B

2


One example of a (i)____________ occurs in a vacuum state in quantum field theory. There, "something" and "nothing" are (ii)____________: it is entirely consistent for there to be nothing, and nonetheless for stuff to show up when we try to detect it.
Since it omits no discovery and no medical scientist of any importance, this book about the history of Western medicine has been justly described by reviewers as not only carefully researched and well organized but also ____________.
Neither Giles, whose every initiative floundered, nor Haldeman, whose only successes were trifling, can be considered ____________ personal triumph.
The readiness with which media outlets gave the actor opportunities to air her ingenuous views on public health reflected the extent to which, in our culture, celebrity (i)____________ authority and negates (ii)____________.
(i)____________ analyses are (ii)____________ subtle data selection biases. This effect is illustrated by the enduring myth that animals can sense impending earthquakes. It is possible that animals respond to weak initial shaking that humans miss, but any pet owner knows that unusual behavior in animals is very frequent. People ascribe significance only in hindsight.
Which of the following best characterizes the relationship of the last paragraph of the passage to the first two paragraphs?
The author uses each of the following points to support the claim that bebop was "an isolated music" EXCEPT:
Which of the following can be inferred from the passage about bebop musicians?
It can be inferred that, compared to earlier jazz historians, "historians today" are more likely to

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