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  1. A computer program can provide information in ways that force students to ________ learning instead of being merely_________ of knowledge.

  (A) shore up .. reservoirs

  (B) accede to .. consumers

  (C) participate in .. recipients

  (D) compensate for.. custodians

  (E) profit from .. beneficiaries

  2. The form and physiology of leaves vary according to the_________ in which they develop: for example, leaves display a wide range of adaptations to different degrees of light and moisture.

  (A) relationship

  (B) species

  (C) sequence

  (D) patterns

  (E) environment

  3. One theory about intelligence sees_________ as the logical structure underlying thinking and insists that since animals are mute, they must be_________ as well.

  (A) behavior.. inactive

  (B) instinct.. cooperative

  (C) heredity.. thoughtful

  (D) adaptation.. brutal

  (E) language.. mindless

  4. Though_________in her personal life, Edna St. Vincent Millay was nonetheless _____about her work, usually producing several pages of complicated rhyme in a day.

  (A) jaded.. feckless

  (B) verbose.. ascetic

  (C) vain.. humble

  (D) impulsive.. disciplined

  (E) self-assured.. sanguine

  5. The children's_________ natures were in sharp contrast to the even-tempered

  dispositions of their parents.

  (A) mercurial

  (B) blithe

  (C) phlegmatic

  (D) introverted

  (E) artless

  6. By_________ scientific rigor with a quantitative approach, researchers in the social sciences may often have their scope to those narrowly circumscribed topics that are well suited to quantitative methods.

  (A) undermining.. diminished

  (B) equating.. enlarged

  (C) vitiating.. expanded

  (D) identifying.. limited

  (E) imbuing.. broadened

  7. As early as the seventeenth century, philosophers called attention to the _______ character of the issue, and their twentieth-century counterparts still approach it with ________.

  (A) absorbing.. indifference

  (B) unusual.. composure

  (C) complex.. antipathy

  (D) auspicious.. caution

  (E) problematic.. uneasiness

  8. Since most if not all learning occurs through_________ , relating one observation to another, it would be strange indeed if the study of other cultures did not also illuminate the study of our own.

  (A) assumptions

  (B) experiments

  (C) comparisons

  (D) repetitions

  (E) impressions

  9. The new_________ of knowledge has created_________ people: everyone believes that his or her subject cannot and possibly should not be understood by others.

  (A) specialization.. barriers between

  (B) decline.. associations among

  (C) redundancy.. complacency in

  (D) disrepute.. concern for

  (E) promulgation.. ignorance among

  10. If a species of parasite is to survive, the host organisms must live long enough for the parasite to_________ ; if the host species becomes_________ , so do its parasites.

  (A) atrophy.. healthy

  (B) reproduce.. extinct

  (C) disappear.. widespread

  (D) succumb.. nonviable

  (E) mate.. infertile

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