Categories Uncategorized Quiz (3) CR Post author By Ahmed Badr Post date May 4, 2020 No Comments on Quiz (3) CR 0 Quiz (3) CR Questions 1-10 are based on the following passage. 1 / 10 1- Passage 1 most strongly suggests that which of the following is true of the author? A) She believes more research is needed to convince those who are anti-vaccine that vaccines are indeed safe. B) She thinks that the worldwide use of vaccines would eliminate all instances of childhood death. C) She herself is likely to vaccinate her own children. D) She was vaccinated as a child. 2 / 10 2- Which choice provides the best evidence for the answer to the previous question? A) Lines 4-7 (“But the . . . efficacy”) B) Lines 17-21 (“It is . . . prevented”) C) Lines 28-31 (“The American . . . vaccinations”) D) Lines 39-42 (“Speaking as . . . vaccination”) 3 / 10 3- What claim about vaccination is best supported by the third paragraph (lines 22-33) in Passage 1? A) Vaccines should be used despite the fact that they do harm some individuals. B) Scientists give a wide range of numbers of those harmed from vaccines in order to avoid accountability for the harmful effects of vaccines. C) Physicians are very strict regarding the vaccination schedule parents should adhere to for their children. D) The goal of administering any vaccine is to eliminate a specific type of disease once and for all. 4 / 10 4- As used in line 66, “adverse” most nearly means A) other. B) contradictory. C) confrontational. D) undesirable. 5 / 10 5- The author of Passage 2 refers to Socrates in order to A) use a prominent scholar the reader is familiar with to validate her argument. B) illustrate a point that is discussed throughout the remainder of the passage. C) explain how one man has greatly influenced our approach to scientific and medical research. D) dismiss the notion that it is safe to use drugs before they are approved by the FDA. 6 / 10 6- As used in line 50, “salient” most nearly means A) relevant. B) smart. C) related. D) welcome. 7 / 10 7- The author of Passage 2 refers to formaldyhyde in order to A) demonstrate the ways in which doctors manipulate patients and parents into accepting vaccines with harmful chemicals. B) assert that a vaccine without formaldyhyde may be safe to use, but those that contain it should be avoided. C) provide an example of an ingredient found in vaccines that has known and possibly unknown harmful side-affects. D) offer proof that vaccines can kill the patients who receive them. 8 / 10 8- In the final paragraph of Passage 2, the author A) undermines her argument. B) offers a concession. C) quotes scientific evidence. D) compares doctors who vaccinate to those who do not. 9 / 10 9- The central ideas of the passages differ in that Passage 1 A) reviews the positive aspects of vaccinations while Passage 2 examines specific instances of vaccinations having been harmful after being administered. B) is against the uninformed use of vaccinations while Passage 2 states the benefits of vaccinations far outweigh the risks. C) offers an argument in favor of vaccines, while Passage 2 contests that our understanding of vaccines is deficient. D) is ambivalent regarding the use of vaccinations on the recommended schedule, while Passage 2 states not enough is known of the long-term effects of vaccines. 10 / 10 10- Both passages contain which of the following? A) A definition B) A similie C) A question D) A quotation Your score is ← Quiz (3) WR → Quiz (2) CR Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.