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# SC: prominent invertebrate expert (avg difficulty) V01 #10

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Which of the following best completes the passage below?

A new children’s book by a prominent invertebrate expert features detailed profiles and photographs of the thousands of bee species common to North America, most of which, children are often surprised to learn, are comprised of solitary insects. The author hopes not only to expand recognition of diversity in the invertebrate world, but also to _________________________.

a. teach children about different kinds of bees.
b. surprise other invertebrate experts with previously undiscovered information.
c. convince the public that bee species should be studied in greater detail.
d. counter the common misconception that all bees are social insects.
e. detail what makes bees unique among other insects.
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25 Dec 2008, 21:43
A is the only obvious choice. All others are outside the scope of argument.
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26 Dec 2008, 13:44
i went with A on this one as well, however it is not the correct ans.
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31 Dec 2008, 05:55
then i think its D ..... solitary
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31 Dec 2008, 06:29
snaps wrote:
i went with A on this one as well, however it is not the correct ans.

For me also A is most logically belongd with passage.
Than what the right choice & pls explain it also ?
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31 Dec 2008, 17:26
Only (D) logically fits to the question stem.
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31 Dec 2008, 18:48
snaps wrote:
Which of the following best completes the passage below?

A new children’s book by a prominent invertebrate expert features detailed profiles and photographs of the thousands of bee species common to North America, most of which, children are often surprised to learn, are comprised of solitary insects. The author hopes not only to expand recognition of diversity in the invertebrate world, but also to _________________________.

a. teach children about different kinds of bees.
b. surprise other invertebrate experts with previously undiscovered information.
c. convince the public that bee species should be studied in greater detail.
d. counter the common misconception that all bees are social insects.
e. detail what makes bees unique among other insects.

Agree with D

solitary insects ....social insects
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