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C) I used the fact that 0 , x and x , 1 and manipulated those inequalities in I, II, and III. (D) I guessed. (E) None of these. 15. The sum of the cubes of any two consecutive positive integers is always (A) an odd integer (B) an even integer (C) the cube of an integer (D) the square of an integer (E) the product of an integer and 3 16. How did you get your answer? (A) I translated the statement into the form x3 1 (x 1 1)3 5 and tried to see what I would get. (B) I tried numbers like 1 and 2 for the consecutive integers.
D) I knew from a part of the capitalized word that the word had a negative or positive association. Thus, I selected a choice that was opposite in flavor (positive or negative). (E) None of these. DETRIMENT: (A) recurrence (B) disclosure (C) resemblance (D) enhancement (E) postponement 32. How did you get your answer? (A) I knew what the capitalized word meant. (B) I knew a word or part of a word that sounded the same as detriment or had a close association with the word detriment. (C) I knew a prefix or root of the capitalized word, which gave me a clue to the meaning of the word.
He believed that because there is serious unem- ployment in our auto industry, we should not ———— foreign cars. (A) build (B) repair (C) review (D) import (E) consolidate 2. How did you get your answer? (A) I tried the word from each choice in the blank and came up with the best answer. (B) I chose a word from the choices that “sounded good” but that I am really not sure is correct. (C) I tried to figure out, before looking at the choices, what word would fit into the blank. Then I matched that word with the choices.