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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
Anna eats ice cream or she eats yogurt. If Anna eats yogurt, then she is healthy. If Anna is healthy, then she can run the marathon. Anna does not eat yogurt. What would be the most appropriate conclusion?
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Please note that in the example, Disjunctive Syllogism is used: p or q, not p; therefore, q.
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Please note that in the example, Disjunctive Syllogism is used: p or q, not p; therefore, q.

Question 2 of 10
2. Question
Given the analogy that no athletes are weak and all football players are athletes. What conclusion could be logically deduced?
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Please note that in the example, the Law of Syllogism is used: If p, then q. If q, then r.
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Please note that in the example, the Law of Syllogism is used: If p, then q. If q, then r.

Question 3 of 10
3. Question
A calorie, also known as kilocalorie or nutritional calorie, is the estimated amount of energy needed to increase one gram of water’s temperature to one degree Celsius. The excerpt would LEAST likely appear in which of the following?
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Please note that the definition of a calorie would be out of place in a brief editorial discussing the causes and effects of obesity in the United States. An editorial is less likely to include a scientific definition.
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Please note that the definition of a calorie would be out of place in a brief editorial discussing the causes and effects of obesity in the United States. An editorial is less likely to include a scientific definition.

Question 4 of 10
4. Question
The major networks aim to offer only five hours of digital programming per week next year, and only in the topten major markets. Based on the given sentence, how would you describe the word “major”?
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Please note that the author uses the word “major” which means having a high rank.
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Please note that the author uses the word “major” which means having a high rank.

Question 5 of 10
5. Question
What would be the probability of drawing two black socks in two draws in a dark room given a drawer with 5 black socks, 3 blue socks, and 2 red socks?
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Please note that in this example of conditional probability, the probability of drawing a black sock on the first draw is 5/10. The problem implies that there is no replacement; therefore, the probability of obtaining a black sock on the second draw is 4/9. Lastly, multiply the two probabilities and reduce them to their lowest terms.
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Please note that in this example of conditional probability, the probability of drawing a black sock on the first draw is 5/10. The problem implies that there is no replacement; therefore, the probability of obtaining a black sock on the second draw is 4/9. Lastly, multiply the two probabilities and reduce them to their lowest terms.

Question 6 of 10
6. Question
In ancient times, Romans defeated enemies who were killed as criminals for offending the Roman emperor. On the other hand, kidnapping for ransom for economic purposes became common in the Middle Ages. What could be assumed about a medieval soldier as used in the passage?
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Please note that the word “however” clearly states the difference between soldiers in the Roman era and those in the Middle Ages.
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Please note that the word “however” clearly states the difference between soldiers in the Roman era and those in the Middle Ages.

Question 7 of 10
7. Question
What is the result of the given equation: (5.6) × ( −0.11) = ____?
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In this example, a simple multiplication should be performed. The answer will be negative because a positive number times a negative is a negative number. 5.6×− 0.11= − 0.616.
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In this example, a simple multiplication should be performed. The answer will be negative because a positive number times a negative is a negative number. 5.6×− 0.11= − 0.616.

Question 8 of 10
8. Question
What would be the result of the equation: 4 2/9 x 7/10?
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You must follow the following solution in order to arrive at the answer: (1) First, convert the mixed fraction to an improper fraction. The result would be 38/9 x 7/10. (2) Next, divide the numerator and denominator by 2 to get 19/9 x 7/5 = 133/45. (3) Lastly, convert to a mixed
fraction and reduce 2 86/90 = 2 43/45.Incorrect
You must follow the following solution in order to arrive at the answer: (1) First, convert the mixed fraction to an improper fraction. The result would be 38/9 x 7/10. (2) Next, divide the numerator and denominator by 2 to get 19/9 x 7/5 = 133/45. (3) Lastly, convert to a mixed
fraction and reduce 2 86/90 = 2 43/45. 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
Music therapy is not part of mainstream health care, but recent studies show that it can have a wide array of benefits. How would you define the author’s use of the word “mainstream” in the paragraph?
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Please note that the author uses the word “mainstream” to point out how music therapy does not belong to normal practices in medicine.
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Please note that the author uses the word “mainstream” to point out how music therapy does not belong to normal practices in medicine.

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
Sometimes, the breakdown into sugars occurs so rapidly that the sugars may trigger a strong insulin response. How would you define the word “trigger” as used in the sentence?
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In this passage, the most appropriate word that shows how sugar levels start or create an insulin release is “stimulate”.
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In this passage, the most appropriate word that shows how sugar levels start or create an insulin release is “stimulate”.