From each drop-down menu, select the option that creates the most accurate statement based on the information provided. 31 A . The percent increase in the total number of Internet users from 2002 to 2007 was 31 B. The number of Internet users per 100 people increased by approximately from 2000 to 2010. 32, On Days 1 through 4 of a recent week, Product X was out of stock at Retailer R. Day 1 shoppers are those shoppers who came to Retailer R on Day 1 of that week seeking Product X. For each of the first 3 days of that week, the graph shows the subsequent behavior of all Day 1 shoppers who came to Retailer R seeking Product X on that day.
Shoppers at Retailer R who purchased a different item in lieu of Product X paid an average of 30% more for the item. From each drop-down menu, select the option that creates the most accurate statement based on information provided. AAA. % of Day 1 shoppers returned to the store on Day 3. BIB. Shoppers at Retailer R who purchased substitute items from other manufacturers on Day of the total all Day 1 shoppers would have paid had each of them been able to purchase Product X on Day 24 33, The graph depicts the per-person dietary intake of foods in 4 categories for the people of Nation X for the years 1909 through 2000.
A decline in consumption in all 4 categories strongly suggests an overall food shortage rather than a simple change in dietary pattern. From each drop-down menu, select the option that creates the most accurate statement about food consumption in Nation X based on the information provided. AAA. The graph suggests that Nation X most likely experienced a food shortage shortly before the year BIB. For the year that the total dietary intake of carbohydrates was lowest, the per- errors intake of carbohydrates was approximately times the per-person intake of dietary fiber. 5 The graph shows the estimated year-end population for the 3 most populous territories in Nation X in 5 selected years. The estimated year-end population of Nation X was in 1990 and 2010. AAA . The increase in the estimated year-end population of Territory C from 1990 to for approximately of Nation X over the same period. % of the increase in the estimated year-end population BIB. In 2010, the estimated total year-end population of the 3 territories was of the estimated year-end population of Nation X. 5.
Rock varnish is typically rich in iron and manganese, with the presence of manganese due to bacteria on the surface of the rock. Because the bacteria would not survive on the surface of rocks in the colder, continuously frozen, reaches of Antarctica, scientists were not surprised to discover that rock varnish in the Thiele Mountains area of Antarctica consists only of limonite, a form of oxidized iron. This had penetrated from the surfaces of the rocks into the cracks. However, although moisture is essential to the movement of limonite, snow has not melted in 6 the Thiele Mountains in recent times.
Indicate which statement in the table the given information most strongly suggests is true, and the statement that the given information most strongly suggests is false. Make only two selections, one in each column. AAA BIB True False o Moisture is required for the presence of significant amounts of manganese in the environment. Moisture is not required for the presence of significant amounts of manganese in the c When temperatures in a continuously frozen location increase to above freezing, racks in rocks there begin to take in rock varnish containing significant amounts of manganese.
Rock varnish that is especially rich in iron is mostly found in extreme cold. Manganese is unable to penetrate into cracks in significant amounts. Temperatures on rocks in the Thiele Mountains were above freezing at some point in the past. 28 39, 29 41, 42, 31 43 . Professor A: The aid industry should begin to limit its efforts to spending on primary schools in the poorest areas, providing medicines and other basic supplies for health care such as mosquito nets, and to a few key agricultural initiatives.
Professor B: Much education work has been ineffective. A village or town with poor schooling may be better off getting a road than a teacher. Once local farmers can transport produce to market they will be willing to pay for schools-and to make sure the schools succeed. Suppose that the professors’ statements express their genuine opinions. Select statements (1) and (2) as follows: Professor A would likely disagree with (1) and Professor B would take (2) to present logical support for (1). Select only two statements, one per column. 43