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数学部分
1. a>1
Quantity A: a/(a-1)
Quantity B: (a+1)/a
A. Quantity A is greater.
B. Quantity B is greater.
C. The two quantities are equal.
D. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.
2. X(x-4)(x+1)=0 and x2+x≠0
Quantity A: x
Quantity B: 4
A. Quantity A is greater.
B. Quantity B is greater.
C. The two quantities are equal.
D. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.
3.
The three squares share a common vertex,as shown.
Quantity A: a+b
Quantity B: 90
A. Quantity A is greater.
B. Quantity B is greater.
C. The two quantities are equal.
D. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.
4. The average (arithmetic mean) of m and n is 1 more than k.
Quantity A: m + n
Quantity B: 2*k + 1
A. Quantity A is greater.B. Quantity B is greater.
C. The two quantities are equal.
D. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.
5. x − y = 5.
Quantity A: x^2 − y^ 2 .
Quantity B: 5.
A. Quantity A is greater.
B. Quantity B is greater.
C. The two quantities are equal.
D. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.
6. Quantity A: The least integer x that satisfies the inequality x ^3 > −30
Quantity B: −3
A. Quantity A is greater.
B. Quantity B is greater.
C. The two quantities are equal.
D. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.
7. n is a positive integer.
Quantity A:1/(3^n)
Quantity B: 3*(1/4^n)
A. Quantity A is greater.
B. Quantity B is greater.
C. The two quantities are equal.
D. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.
http://8.In the xy-plane, linel is parallel to the line y = 3x+2. If line l passes through the point
(1,−1), then line l passes through which of the following points?
Indicate all such points.
A. (2, 2)
B. (0, -2)
C. (-2, -10)
9. A bookcase has s shelves with n books on each shelf, where n is a multiple of both
s and s-1. If all of the books on the highest shelf were removed and redistributed
equally among the other shelves, which of the following represents the number of
books that would be on each of the other shelves?
A.ns/(s-1)
B.n(s + 1)/s
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填空部分
1. Though humanitarian emergencies are frequent features of television news, such
exposure seldom _____ the public, which rather seems resigned to a sense of
impotency.
A.Paralyzes
B.Demoralizes
C.Assuages
D.Galvanizes
E.Exasperates
2.The watchword in astronomy is ____________: all claims must be examined
critically in the light of current knowledge, and one`s mind should never be closed to
the possibility that a theory could be wrong.
A.implausibility
B.imagination
C.wariness
D.determination
E.incoherenc
3.Though many professional book reviewers would agree that criticism should be
(i)_____ enterprise, a tendency to write (ii)_____ reviews has risen, partly out of the
mistaken belief that sharing personal details will help reviewers stand out of the pack
A. an anonymous
D. scathing
B. an evenhanded
E. confessional
C. a spirited
F. superficial
4.It remains a mystery how Theobroma cacao, which scholars believe originated in
lowland Amazonia, was introduced to tropical Mesoamerica. It must have been a
(i)_____ process: cacao trees do not easily sprout from seed, need years to mature,
and grow only in humid lowland forest.Moreover, in a tropical climate, cacao podsspoil quickly, rendering their transport from lowland Amazonia tropical Mesoamerica
in a single journey by foot or canoe (ii)_____.
A. clandestine
D. unlikely
B. protracted
E. redundant
C. spontaneous
F. expeditious
5.There is (i)______ evidence that the giant African land snail a. fulica is a serious
threat to the spread of human disease. Giant snails do carry rat lungworm—infection
by which is a common cause of meningitis—but so do many other snail species.
Moreover, if the threat posed by a. fulica were (ii)______, one would expect to see
an increase in disease rates (iii)______ a rise in the spread of snails. However, in
places like New Caledonia, explosions in giant snail populations have coincided with a
fall in the number of meningitis cases.
A. abundant
D. contained
G. corresponding to
B. ambiguous
E. recognized
H. predating
C. little
F. major
I. giving way to
6.Anthony Kenny states that although his A New History of Western Philosophy is
intended for undergraduates, he aimed to write it in a lighthearted manner that will
give (i)_____ to those who read the history “not for curricular purposes but for their
own enjoyment”. His book is certainly enlightening, and although the bibliography
includes technical works liable to (ii)_____ the newcomer, the work is written at a
level that generally (iii)_____ between elementary and advanced.
A. solace
D. baffle
G. strikes a good balance
B. pleasure
E. initiate
H. makes fine distinctions
C. offense
F. suit
I. rejects the difference
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Passage 1
In Stanton the average number of people injured per automobile accident is
consistently higher for accidents involving a taxicab than for those not involving a
taxicab. Although all Stanton taxicabs are equipped with passenger seat belts, taxicab
drivers report that passengers tend not to use them. It is likely, therefore, that if
taxicab passengers were required to use seat belts, the number of people injured per
accident would soon be no higher for taxicabs than for other automobiles.
Which of the following, if true about Stanton, most seriously weakens the argument?
A. The number of automobile accidents has been declining in recent years.
B. Since taxicabs are driven more miles annually than most other vehicles, they are
more likely to be in an accident during any given year than is the average vehicle.
C. There are more taxicabs in operation, relative to the overall number of motor
vehicles, than there are in most cities of Stanton’s size.
D. The number of people, including the driver, who occupy a vehicle is generally
greater for taxicabs than for other vehicles.
E. Not all passengers in automobiles other than taxicabs use seat belts.
Passage 2
Animals live longer when their calorie intake is restricted to two-thirds of what is
considered normal for their species. Animals so restricted are also generally healthier:
most disease,including cancer, diabetes, and neurodegenerative illness, are
forestalled. This phenomenon was long attributed to a simple slowing of
metabolism (cells ’ production of energy from fuel molecules) and consequent
reproduction of its toxic by-products in response to less http://food.In fact, however, calorie
restriction does not slow mammalian metabolism, and in yeast and worms,
metabolism is both sped up and altered. Some scientists now theorize that calorie
restriction is a biological stressor that, like natural food scarcity, induces a more
complex defensive response, which in mammals includes changes in cellular defenses
and repair.
1. In the passage, the function of the highlighted portion (in yeast… and altered) is
to
A. provide specific examples of organisms whose longevity does not increase in
response to calorie restriction.
B. illustrate the probable means by which organisms placed on a calorie-restriction
diet compensate for the reduction in available food-based level.
C. suggest the mechanism that is responsible for prolonging the life of organism
whose calorie intake is significantly reduced.
D. give an example that explain why scientists ’ thinking about the physiologicaleffects of calorie restriction changed.
E. distinguish the different ways that mammalian and non-mammalian metabolisms
respond to significant reductions in calorie intake
Consider each of the choices separately and select all that apply.
2. The passage implies which of the following about the explanation mentioned in
the highlighted text (This phenomenon… of metabolism)?
A. There are empirical findings that conflict with a presumption of the explanation.
B. The explanation predicts that the effect of calorie restriction on longevity will be
the greatest for the species with the highest rate of metabolism.
C. The explanation predicts that the effects of calorie restriction will be uniformly
positive.
Passage 3
Unlike the static, classically composed portraits produced by her mentor Walker
Evans, twentieth-century New York photographer Helen Levitt’s photographs seem
candid and spontaneous.Whereas Evans’ subjects look directly into the camera, so
that photographer and subject conspire in the making of a portrait, Levitt’s subjects
seem caught unawares. As a “street” photographer,before the term’s invention,
Levitt has claimed to have attempted to capture life as she found it. But there is a
paradox to her technique. Her off-the-cuff aesthetic seemingly guarantees
objectivity,since she was recording street scenes she happened upon, yet her
photographs could be said to be highly subjective, to be reflections of Levitt’s own
distinctive preoccupations and ways of seeing.Unlike Evans’ images, Levitt’s are solely
the products of the photographer without the conscious participation of their
subjects. The repetitions evident in Levitt’s choices of subjects, for example,her many
photographs of children in masks and disguises, reveal more about Levitt herself than
about those subjects.
1. According to the passage, which of the following appears to ensure the objectivity
of Levitt’s photographs?
A. She took photographs in public places rather than in a studio.
B. She was not personally acquainted with the subjects of her photographs.
C. She did not arrange the scenes or pose the subjects she photographed.
D. She avoided using classical principles of composition.
E. She was guided by her subjects’ preoccupations rather than by her own.
2. The passage asserts which of the following about Evans’ portrait photographs?
A. Evans’ photographs indicate a conscious rejection of the approaches associated
with street photography.
B.The subjects in an Evans’ photograph become collaborators in the portrait’s
creation.
C. Evans’ photographic portraits usually reveal more about Evans than they do abouthis subjects.
D. Evans’ static, classically composed portraits reveal Evans’ preoccupation with
maintaining an appearance of objectivity.
E. Evan’s static, classically composed portraits reveal little about his distinctive way of
seeing.
3. The passage suggests which of the following about street photography?
A. It characteristically depicts groups of people rather than individual subjects.
B. It tends to depict a narrow and repetitious range of subject matter.
C. It creates the impression of spontaneity but often actually involves scenes
contrived by the photographer.
D. Its early practitioners were not accorded much recognition for their aesthetic
achievements.
E. It had not been.........
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