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1 Companies that advertise on television complain that digital television recording (DTR) services make it possible for consumers to watch television programs without viewing the commercials that these advertisers have paid the television networks to broadcast The DTR service providers respond that their services may actually help the advertisers, because without their service, many consumers would not have been able to watch the programs or the commercials in them in the first place Which of the following, if true, offers the most support to the advertisers claims that the DTR services are currently hurting their businesses A Even the best commercials are usually less entertaining than the programs that consumers choose to watch for themselves B DTR services charge such high rates that only a small percentage of consumers subscribe to them C The average per-second cost of advertising on television has risen every year for the past two decades D More than 90 percent of subscribers to DTR services opt to use a setting that automatically edits out commercials E DTR services alter the television viewing experience by allowing customers to view the program of their choice at the time of their choosing
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2 When airlines were deregulated in the 1970s, the average price of a ticket was $135 Three decades later, the average price is $275, there are twice as many in-air collisions, fliers in small markets are at the mercy of predatory carriers, and air rage is at an all-time high It is time to re-regulate the air travel industry All of the following statements, if true, weaken the above argument except for which statement A Because of inflation, a $275 ticket today is actually 10 to 20 percent less expensive than a $135 ticket was in 1975 B Deregulation has increased the choices available to fliers in terms of both time of flight and carrier C Airlines are currently flying more than five times as many passenger miles per year as they did in 1975 D Compared with passengers in large urban areas, passengers in small markets pay, on average, twice as much per mile flown on domestic flights because their airports are generally served by fewer airlines E Psychologists have been able to determine no connection between the deregulation of the airline industry and the onset of increased levels of air rage
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3 Skilled blacksmiths who could forge useful items out of iron used to play a central role in American life The onset of industrialization and the mass production of iron products, however, have made the blacksmith s traditional role mostly obsolete Still, there will always be a job available for a good blacksmith Which of the following, if true, provides the most support for the conclusion that a job will always be available for a good blacksmith A Many people are willing to pay considerably more for tools hand-crafted by a blacksmith than for tools created by a machine B Blacksmiths cannot produce iron products with the speed or consistency of machines C Blacksmiths traditionally apprenticed to a master blacksmith for seven or more years before entering business independently D The cowboy never would have conquered the West without the horseshoes crafted by blacksmiths E As skilled craftsmen, blacksmiths traditionally served as community leaders throughout North America and Europe 4 When unscrupulous people shoplift, a vicious cycle results Retailers must raise their prices in order to make up for the lost sales, and the higher prices encourage more people to shoplift This vicious cycle hurts honest consumers worst of all, because they have to pay higher prices The vicious cycle described above could not happen unless which of the following is true A Shoplifters usually steal only items that they need but cannot afford B Retailers do not take shoplifting losses into account when they initially set their prices C The best way for retailers to address shoplifting is by punishing shoplifters to the fullest extent of the law D Some people would shoplift no matter how low retailers set their prices E It costs retailers more to pay security guards to prevent shoplifting than just to absorb the cost of occasional losses due to theft
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5 When Brad offered his old wooden desk at a garage sale, no one bought it, even though he offered it for only $10 When he offered it at the local auction house, however, someone bought it for $850 Which of the following, if true, best explains why Brad was able to sell the desk for a high price at the auction while he could not sell it for a much lower price at the garage sale A Brad advertised that the proceeds of the garage sale would benefit a local charity, while he made no such claims for the proceeds from the auction B One of the legs of the desk was shorter than the other three, producing an unbalanced writing surface C The auction house specializes in selling antique furniture, which is generally valued more highly than the discarded furniture sold at garage sales D Brad insisted that anyone who bought the desk had to use it as an actual workspace E Prospective buyers at auctions are often more interested in the auction process than in the items up for bid
The following questions present a sentence, part of which or all of which is underlined Beneath the sentence, you will find five ways of phrasing the underlined part The first of these repeats the original; the other four are different If you think the original is best, choose the first answer; otherwise choose one of the others These questions test correctness and effectiveness of expression In choosing your answer, follow the requirements of standard written English; that is, pay attention to grammar, choice of words, and sentence construction Choose the answer that produces the most effective sentence; this answer should be clear and exact, without awkwardness, ambiguity, redundancy, or grammatical error
6 Four Dynacorp Optimall Omniprocessors were shipped in the fourth quarter, and it brought to 13 the number of these ultra-highcapacity processors shipped during the year A B C D E and it brought by bringing and brings having brought bringing
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