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Untuk SMA Kelas XII IPS 3 dan XII IPS 4


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    How should you sit in a interview?

    • A.

      Upright and staring at people

    • B.

      Slouch and no eye contact

    • C.

      Upright and looking at people but not staring

    Correct Answer
    C. Upright and looking at people but not staring
    Explanation
    Sitting upright and looking at people but not staring is the correct answer because it demonstrates professionalism and engagement without making the interviewer uncomfortable. Maintaining good posture shows confidence and interest in the conversation, while avoiding excessive staring prevents the interviewer from feeling scrutinized or uncomfortable. This approach helps create a positive impression and fosters effective communication during the interview.

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  • 2. 

    How should you meet the interviewer?

    • A.

      Realy laid back yo dude and high five them

    • B.

      Give them a firm hand shake say your name clearly

    • C.

      Go up to them and give them a hug

    Correct Answer
    B. Give them a firm hand shake say your name clearly
    Explanation
    The correct answer is to give them a firm handshake and say your name clearly. This is the most professional and appropriate way to greet an interviewer. It shows confidence, respect, and a professional demeanor.

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  • 3. 

    If they ask "have you got a criminal record"? how do you anwser?

    • A.

      Lie to them

    • B.

      Be honest but say that was a long time ago i have changed since

    • C.

      Just say yes

    Correct Answer
    B. Be honest but say that was a long time ago i have changed since
    Explanation
    The suggested answer is to be honest but say that the criminal record was a long time ago and that the person has changed since then. This response shows honesty and acknowledges past mistakes while also emphasizing personal growth and transformation. It demonstrates a willingness to take responsibility for one's actions and assures the person asking the question that the individual has moved on from their past.

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  • 4. 

    How should you prepare for the interview?

    • A.

      Blind luck

    • B.

      Ask a mate

    • C.

      Go on the internet to find the info

    Correct Answer
    C. Go on the internet to find the info
    Explanation
    The correct answer suggests that the best way to prepare for an interview is by using the internet to find relevant information. This implies that conducting research online can provide valuable insights into the company, its culture, and the specific role being interviewed for. By utilizing the internet, one can gather information about the company's history, recent news, and any industry trends that may be relevant to the interview. This preparation can help the candidate demonstrate their knowledge and interest in the company during the interview, increasing their chances of success.

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  • 5. 

    Why is it  good to ask questions at the end of the interview?

    • A.

      To get a better understanding of the job/college

    • B.

      To get an impression of the staff team and environment

    • C.

      To show an intrest in the job/college

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. To get a better understanding of the job/college
    B. To get an impression of the staff team and environment
    C. To show an intrest in the job/college
    Explanation
    theses are all good reasons

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  • 6. 

    Why should you be respectful towards your interviewer?

    • A.

      So you get a job

    • B.

      For them to respect you

    • C.

      To show you can work with other people

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. So you get a job
    B. For them to respect you
    C. To show you can work with other people
    Explanation
    Being respectful towards your interviewer is important for several reasons. Firstly, it increases your chances of getting a job as it demonstrates your professionalism and positive attitude. Secondly, showing respect towards your interviewer can earn their respect in return, which can lead to better rapport and potential career opportunities. Lastly, being respectful showcases your ability to work well with others, which is a crucial skill in any job.

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  • 7. 

    What should you do if you are late for a interview for college/job ?

    • A.

      Just try to get there

    • B.

      Phone up and apologise but say how long roughly you will be

    • C.

      Just go home and dont phone them

    Correct Answer
    B. Phone up and apologise but say how long roughly you will be
    Explanation
    If you are late for a college/job interview, the best course of action is to phone up and apologize for your tardiness. By doing so, you show professionalism and consideration for the interviewer's time. Additionally, it is important to provide an estimated time of arrival to give them an idea of when you will be able to make it. This demonstrates responsibility and the willingness to make amends for your lateness.

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  • 8. 

    What acheivments should you be talking about at a interview?

    • A.

      Your criminal record

    • B.

      Cadets

    • C.

      Sailing qualifcations

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. Cadets
    C. Sailing qualifcations
    Explanation
    b and c are both very good acheivments

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  • 9. 

    Should you keep looking at your watch when in an interview?

    • A.

      Yes

    • B.

      No

    Correct Answer
    B. No
    Explanation
    In an interview, constantly looking at your watch can give the impression that you are bored or disinterested in the conversation. It may also suggest that you are anxious or in a hurry to finish the interview. This can create a negative impression on the interviewer and affect your chances of getting the job. It is important to show attentiveness and respect by maintaining eye contact and focusing on the conversation rather than constantly checking the time.

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  • 10. 

    What do you you do if the dates are wrong?

    • A.

      Try to rearrange the interview

    • B.

      Just go home and and do nothing

    • C.

      Get in a argument with the staff

    Correct Answer
    A. Try to rearrange the interview
    Explanation
    If the dates for the interview are wrong, the best course of action would be to try to rearrange the interview. This means contacting the relevant parties, such as the interviewer or the hiring manager, and explaining the situation. By showing proactive behavior and attempting to reschedule, it demonstrates responsibility and commitment to the opportunity. Going home and doing nothing or getting into an argument with the staff would not be productive or professional responses to the situation.

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  • 11. 

    PARAGRApH 2The eight chipmunk species of the Sierra Nevada represent but a few of the 15 species found in western North America, yet the whole of eastern North America makes do with but one species: the Eastern chipmunk. Why are there so many very similar chipmunks in the West? The presence of tall mountains interspersed with vast areas of arid desert and grassland makes the West ecologically far different from the East. The West affords much more opportunity for chipmunks populations to become geographically isolated from one another, a condition of species formation. Also, there are more extremes in western habitats. In the Sierra Nevada, high elevations are close to low elevations, at least in terms of mileage, but ecologically they are very different.The phrase “interspersed with” in the passage is closest in meaning to

    • A.

      Distributed among

    • B.

      Covered by

    • C.

      Positioned above

    • D.

      Evolved from

    Correct Answer
    A. Distributed among
    Explanation
    The phrase "interspersed with" in the passage means that tall mountains are distributed among vast areas of arid desert and grassland in the West. This implies that the mountains are scattered throughout the region, rather than being concentrated in one area.

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  • 12. 

    In paragraph 2, the author indicates that a large variety of chipmunk species exist in western North America because of

    • A.

      A large migration of chipmunks from eastern North America in an earlier period.

    • B.

      The inability of chipmunks to adapt to the high mountainous regions of eastern North America.

    • C.

      The ecological variety and extremes of the West that caused chipmunks to become geographically isolated.

    • D.

      The absence of large human populations that discouraged species formation among chipmunk species.

    Correct Answer
    C. The ecological variety and extremes of the West that caused chipmunks to become geographically isolated.
    Explanation
    The author suggests that a large variety of chipmunk species exist in western North America because of the ecological variety and extremes of the West that caused chipmunks to become geographically isolated. This implies that the different environments and conditions in the West led to the chipmunks being separated from each other, leading to the development of distinct species.

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  • 13. 

    PARAGRApH 3 Most ecologists believe that ancient populations of chipmunks diverged genetically when isolated from one another by mountains and unfavorable ecological habitat. These scattered populations first evolved into races - adapted to the local ecological conditions - and then into species, reproductively isolated from one another. This period of evolution was relatively recent, as evidenced by the similar appearance of all the western chipmunk species. The word “diverged” in the passage is closest in meaning to

    • A.

      Declined

    • B.

      Competed

    • C.

      Progressed

    • D.

      Separated

    Correct Answer
    D. Separated
    Explanation
    The word "diverged" in the passage is closest in meaning to "separated". This is because the passage states that ancient populations of chipmunks diverged genetically when isolated from one another by mountains and unfavorable ecological habitat. This suggests that they became separated from each other and developed different genetic characteristics.

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  • 14. 

    The phrase “one another” in the passage refers to

    • A.

      Populations

    • B.

      Races

    • C.

      Ecological conditions

    • D.

      Species

    Correct Answer
    D. Species
    Explanation
    The phrase "one another" in the passage refers to species. This means that the passage is discussing interactions or relationships between different species. It could be referring to how species interact with and affect each other in an ecosystem, or how they compete for resources or cooperate in some way. The phrase "one another" implies a mutual relationship or interaction, which is most commonly observed between different species in an ecological context.

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  • 15. 

    PARAGRApH 4 Ecologists have studied the four chipmunk species that occur on the eastern slope of the Sierra and have learned just how these species interact while remaining separate, each occupying its own elevational zone. The sagebrush chipmunk is found at the lowest elevation, among the sagebrush. The yellow pine chipmunk is common in low to mid-elevations and open to conifer forests, including piñon and ponderosa and Jeffrey pine forests. The lodgepole chipmunk is found at higher elevations, among the lodgepoles, firs, and high-elevation pines. The alpine chipmunk is higher still, venturing the talus slopes, alpine meadows, and high-elevation pines and junipers. Obviously, the ranges of each species overlap. Why don’t sagebrush chipmunks move into the pine zones? Why don’t alpine chipmunks move to lower elevations and share the conifer forests with lodgepole chipmunks?6) Which of the sentences below best expresses the essential information in the highlighted sentence in paragraph 4? Incorrect choices change the meaning in important ways or leave out essential information.

    • A.

      Ecologists studied how the geographic characteristics of the eastern slope of the Sierra influenced the social development of chipmunks.

    • B.

      Ecologists learned exactly how chipmunk species separated from each other on the eastern slope of the Sierra relate to one another.

    • C.

      Ecologists discovered that chipmunks of the eastern slope of the Sierra invade and occupy higher elevational zones when threatened by another species.

    • D.

      Ecologists studied how individual chipmunks of the eastern slope of the Sierra avoid interacting with others of their species.

    Correct Answer
    B. Ecologists learned exactly how chipmunk species separated from each other on the eastern slope of the Sierra relate to one another.
    Explanation
    The correct answer explains that ecologists learned how chipmunk species on the eastern slope of the Sierra separate from each other and how they relate to one another. This suggests that the ecologists studied the interactions and relationships between the chipmunk species, rather than their geographic characteristics or individual behaviors.

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  • 16. 

    Where does paragraph 4 indicate that the yellow pine chipmunk can be found in relationship to the other species of the eastern slope of the Sierra?

    • A.

      Below the sagebrush chipmunk

    • B.

      Above the alpine chipmunk

    • C.

      At the same elevation as the sagebrush chipmunk

    • D.

      Below the lodgepole chipmunk

    Correct Answer
    D. Below the lodgepole chipmunk
    Explanation
    Paragraph 4 indicates that the yellow pine chipmunk can be found below the lodgepole chipmunk.

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  • 17. 

    PARAGRApH 5The answer, in one word, is aggression.  Chipmunk species actively defend their ecological zones from encroachment by neighboring species. The yellow pine chipmunk is more aggressive than the sagebrush chipmunk, possibly because it is a bit larger. It successfully bullies its smaller evolutionary cousin, excluding it from the pine forests. Experiments have shown that the sagebrush chipmunk is physiologically able to live anywhere in the Sierra Nevada, from high alpine zones to the desert. The little creature is apparently restricted to the desert not because it is specialized to live only there but because that is the only habitat where none of the other chipmunk species can live. The fact that sagebrush chipmunks tolerate very warm temperatures makes them, and only them, able to live where they do. The sagebrush chipmunk essentially occupies its habitat by default. In one study, ecologists established that the yellow pine chipmunks actively exclude sagebrush chipmunks from pine forests; the ecologists simply trapped all the yellow pine chipmunks in a section of forest and moved them out. Sagebrush chipmunks immediately moved in, but yellow pine chipmunks did not enter the sagebrush desert when sagebrush chipmunks were removed.  8) The word “encroachment” in the passage is closest in meaning to 

    • A.

      Complete destruction

    • B.

      Gradual invasion

    • C.

      Excessive development

    • D.

      Substitution

    Correct Answer
    B. Gradual invasion
    Explanation
    The word "encroachment" in the passage refers to the act of gradually invading or intruding upon someone else's territory or space. This is supported by the statement that chipmunk species actively defend their ecological zones from encroachment by neighboring species. Therefore, the closest meaning to "encroachment" in this context is "gradual invasion" because it implies a slow and steady intrusion into another's territory.

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  • 18. 

    Paragraph 5 mentions all of the following as true of the relationship of sagebrush chipmunks to their habitats EXCEPT:

    • A.

      Sagebrush chipmunks are able to survive in any habitat of the Sierra Nevada.

    • B.

      Sagebrush chipmunks occupy their habitat because of the absence of competition from other chipmunks.

    • C.

      Sagebrush chipmunks are better to survive in hot temperatures than other species of chipmunks.

    • D.

      Sagebrush chipmunks spend the warm season at the higher elevations of the alpine zone.

    Correct Answer
    D. Sagebrush chipmunks spend the warm season at the higher elevations of the alpine zone.
    Explanation
    The passage mentions that sagebrush chipmunks occupy their habitat because of the absence of competition from other chipmunks, that they are better able to survive in hot temperatures than other species of chipmunks, and that they are able to survive in any habitat of the Sierra Nevada. However, it does not mention that sagebrush chipmunks spend the warm season at the higher elevations of the alpine zone.

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  • 19. 

    Which of the following statements is supported by the results of the experiment described at the end of paragraph 5?

    • A.

      The habitat of the yellow pine chipmunk is a desirable one to other species, but the habitat of the sagebrush chipmunk is not.

    • B.

      It was more difficult to remove sagebrush chipmunks from their habitat than it was to remove yellow pine chipmunks from theirs.

    • C.

      Yellow pine chipmunks and sagebrush chipmunks require the same environmental conditions in their habitats.

    • D.

      The temperature of the habitat is not an important factor to either yellow pine chipmunk or the sagebrush chipmunk.

    Correct Answer
    A. The habitat of the yellow pine chipmunk is a desirable one to other species, but the habitat of the sagebrush chipmunk is not.
    Explanation
    The experiment described at the end of paragraph 5 supports the statement that the habitat of the yellow pine chipmunk is desirable to other species, but the habitat of the sagebrush chipmunk is not. This can be inferred from the fact that it was more difficult to remove sagebrush chipmunks from their habitat compared to yellow pine chipmunks, indicating that other species are not as attracted to the sagebrush chipmunk's habitat.

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  • 20. 

    PARAGRApH 6The most aggressive of the four eastern-slope species is the lodgepole chipmunk, a feisty rodent indeed. It actively prevents alpine chipmunks from moving downslope, and yellow pine chipmunks from moving upslope. There is logic behind the lodgepole’s aggressive demeanor. It lives in the cool, shaded conifer forests, and of the four species, it is the least able to tolerate heat stress. It is, in other words, the species of the strictest habitat needs: it simply must be in those shaded forests. However, if it shared its habitat with alpine and yellow pine chipmunks, either or both of these species might outcompete it, taking most of the available food. Such a competition could effectively eliminate lodgepole chipmunks from the habitat. Lodgepoles survive only by virtue of their aggression. 
    1. According to paragraph 6, why is the lodgepole chipmunk so protective of its habitat from competing chipmunks?

    • A.

      It has specialized food requirements.

    • B.

      It cannot tolerate cold temperatures well.

    • C.

      It requires the shade provided by forests trees.

    • D.

      It prefers to be able to move between areas that are downslope and upslope.

    Correct Answer
    C. It requires the shade provided by forests trees.
    Explanation
    The paragraph states that the lodgepole chipmunk lives in cool, shaded conifer forests and is the least able to tolerate heat stress. It cannot survive in areas without shade. Therefore, it is protective of its habitat from competing chipmunks because if it shared its habitat with them, they might outcompete it for food and effectively eliminate the lodgepole chipmunks from the habitat. This suggests that the lodgepole chipmunk requires the shade provided by forest trees to survive.

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  • 21. 

    The phrase “by virtue of” in the passage is closest in meaning to

    • A.

      In spite of

    • B.

      Because of

    • C.

      Unconcerned about

    • D.

      With attention

    Correct Answer
    B. Because of
    Explanation
    The phrase "by virtue of" in the passage indicates a cause or reason for something. It suggests that something is happening or is true because of a particular quality or characteristic. Therefore, the closest meaning to "by virtue of" is "because of".

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  • 22. 

    Directions: An introductory sentence for a brief summary of the passage is provided here. Complete the summary by selecting the THREE answer choices that express the most important ideas in the passage. Some sentences do not belong in the summary because they express ideas that are not presented in the passage or are minor ideas in the passage.    Write your answer choice in the spaces where they belong. You can either write the letter of your answer choice or you can copy the sentence.  A variety of chipmunk species inhabit western North America.

    • A.

      Ecological variation of the Sierra Nevada resulted in the differentiation of chipmunk species.

    • B.

      Only one species of chipmunk inhabits eastern North America.

    • C.

      Although chipmunk species of the Sierra Nevada have the ability to live at various elevations, each species inhabits a specifically restricted zone.

    • D.

      Chipmunks aggressively defend their habitats from invasion by other species of chipmunks.

    • E.

      Experimental studies indicate that sagebrush chipmunks live in the desert because of their physiological requirements.

    • F.

      The most aggressive of the chipmunk species is the lodgepole chipmunk.

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Ecological variation of the Sierra Nevada resulted in the differentiation of chipmunk species.
    C. Although chipmunk species of the Sierra Nevada have the ability to live at various elevations, each species inhabits a specifically restricted zone.
    D. Chipmunks aggressively defend their habitats from invasion by other species of chipmunks.
    Explanation
    The passage discusses the ecological variation in the Sierra Nevada that led to the differentiation of chipmunk species. It also states that although chipmunk species in the Sierra Nevada can live at different elevations, each species has a specifically restricted zone. Additionally, it mentions that chipmunks aggressively defend their habitats from invasion by other chipmunk species.

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  • 23. 

    Directions: Read the passage. Then answer the questions. Give yourself 20 minutes to complete this practice set. CETACEAN INTELLIGENCE We often hear that whales, dolphins, and porpoises are as intelligent as humans, maybe even more so. Are they really smart? There is no question that cetaceans are among the most intelligent of animals. Dolphins, killer whales, and pilot whales in captivity quickly learn tricks. The military has trained bottlenose dolphins to find bombs and missile heads and to work as underwater spies. This type of learning, however, is called conditioning. The animal simply learns that when it performs a particular behavior, it gets a reward, usually a fish. Many animals, including rats, birds, and even invertebrates, can be conditioned to perform tricks. We certainly don’t think of these animals as our mental rivals. Unlike most other animals, however, dolphins quickly learn by observations and may spontaneously imitate human activities. One tame dolphin watched a diver cleaning an underwater viewing window, seized a feather in its beak, and began imitating the diver –complete with sound effects! Dolphins have also been seen imitating seals, turtles, and even water-skiers. Given the seeming intelligence of cetaceans, people are always tempted to compare them with humans and other animals. Studies on discrimination and problem-solving skills in the bottlenose dolphin, for instance, have concluded that its intelligence lies “somewhere between that of a dog and a chimpanzee.” Such comparisons are unfair. It is important to realize that intelligence is a very human concept and that we evaluate it in human terms. After all, not many people would consider themselves stupid because they couldn’t locate and identify a fish by its echo. Why should we judge cetaceans by their ability to solve human problems? Both humans and cetaceans have large brains with an expanded and distinctively folded surface, the cortex. The cortex is the dominant association center of the brain, where abilities such as memory and sensory perception are centered. Cetaceans have larger brains than ours, but the ratio of brain to body weight is higher in humans. Again, direct comparisons are misleading. In cetaceans it is mainly the portions of the brain associated with hearing and the processing of sound information that are expanded. The enlarged portions of our brain deal largely with vision and hand-eye coordination. Cetaceans and humans almost certainly perceive the world in very different ways. Their world is largely one of sounds, ours one of sights. Contrary to what is depicted in movies and on television, the notion of “talking” to dolphins is also misleading. Although they produce a rich repertoire of complex sounds, they lack vocal cords and their brains probably process sound differently from ours. Bottlenose dolphins have been trained to make sounds through the blow-hole that sound something like human sounds, but this is a far cry from human speech. By the same token, humans cannot make whale sounds. We will probably never be able to carry on an unaided conversation with cetaceans. As in chimpanzees, captive bottlenose dolphins have been taught American Sign Language. These dolphins have learned to communicate with trainers who use sign language to ask simple questions. Dolphins answered back by pushing a “yes” or “no” paddle. They have been known to give spontaneous responses not taught by trainers. Evidence also indicates that these dolphin can distinguish between commands that differ from each other only by their word order, a truly remarkable achievement. Nevertheless, dolphins do not seem to have a real language like ours. Unlike humans, dolphins probably cannot convey very complex messages. Observations of cetaceans in the wild have provided some insights on their learning abilities. Several bottlenose dolphins off western Australia, for instance, have been observed carrying large cone-shaped sponges over their beaks. They supposedly use the sponges for protection against stingrays and other hazards on the bottom as they search for fish to eat. This is the first record use of tools among wild cetaceans. Instead of “intelligence,” some people prefer to speak of “awareness.” In any case, cetaceans probably have a very different awareness and perception of their environment than do humans. Maybe one day we will come to understand cetaceans on their terms instead of ours, and perhaps we will discover a mental sophistication rivaling our own. Directions: Now answer the questions.  Paragraph 1 We often hear that whales, dolphins, and porpoises are as intelligent as humans, maybe even more so. Are they really that smart?  There is no question that cetaceans are among the most intelligent of animals. Dolphins, killer whales, and pilot whales in captivity quickly learn tricks. The military has trained bottlenose dolphins to find bombs and missile heads and to work as underwater spies.The author asks the question “Are they really that smart?“ for which of the following reasons? 

    • A.

      To question the notion that humans are the most intelligent of animals

    • B.

      To introduce the discussion of intelligence that follows

    • C.

      To explain why dolphins, killer whales, and pilot whales can learn tricks

    • D.

      To emphasize the ways that dolphins can help the military

    Correct Answer
    B. To introduce the discussion of intelligence that follows
    Explanation
    The author asks the question "Are they really that smart?" to introduce the discussion of intelligence that follows. The question sets the stage for exploring the intelligence of cetaceans and leads into the explanation of their abilities to learn tricks and assist the military.

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  • 24. 

    (Paragraph 3) Given the seeming intelligence of cetaceans, people are always tempted to compare them with humans and other animals. Studies on discrimination and problem-solving skills in the bottlenose dolphins, for instance, have concluded that its intelligence lies “somewhere between that of a dog and a chimpanzee.” Such comparisons are unfair. It is important to realize that intelligence is a very human concept and that we evaluate it on human terms. After all, not many people would consider themselves stupid because they couldn’t locate and identify a fish by its echo. Why should we judge cetaceans by their ability to solve our problems?The word “tempted” in the passage is closest in meaning to:

    • A.

      Conditioned

    • B.

      Reluctant

    • C.

      Inclined

    • D.

      Invited

    Correct Answer
    C. Inclined
    Explanation
    The word "tempted" in the passage suggests that people are inclined or have a natural inclination to compare cetaceans with humans and other animals. The word implies that there is a strong desire or urge to make these comparisons, indicating a natural tendency or inclination towards this behavior.

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  • 25. 

    According to the passage, why are the studies that conclude that dolphin intelligence is “somewhere between that of a dog and a chimpanzee” not correct?

    • A.

      The human method of drawing comparisons is not relevant to animal intelligence.

    • B.

      Dolphins have actually shown to be much more intelligent than chimpanzees.

    • C.

      The studies were not conducted according to standard research methods.

    • D.

      Dolphins do not typically demonstrate conditioned responses for humans to observe.

    Correct Answer
    A. The human method of drawing comparisons is not relevant to animal intelligence.
    Explanation
    The passage suggests that the studies concluding that dolphin intelligence is "somewhere between that of a dog and a chimpanzee" are not correct because the human method of drawing comparisons is not relevant to animal intelligence. This implies that humans cannot accurately measure or understand the intelligence of animals using their own standards and methods of comparison.

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