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2006年GRE北美模拟试题(3)
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Questions 1-6

    A five-member commission is being set up to settle labor disputes.

    It must be composed of two representatives of management, two representatives of labor, and one independent specialist in labor relations.

    The management representatives must be chosen from among M, N, and O.

    The labor representatives must be chosen from among P, R, and S.

    Either J or K must be chosen as the independent specialist.

    P cannot serve together with S.

    O cannot serve together with P.

    N cannot serve unless K serves at the same time.

    1. Which of the following is a list of people who can serve together on the commission?

    (A) J, M, N, R, S

    (B) J, N, O, R, S

    (C) K, M, N, P, R

    (D) K, M, N, P, S

    (E) K, N, O, P, R

    2. Which of the following persons must be chosen to serve on the commission?

    (A) J

    (B) M

    (C) N

    (D) P

    (E) R

    3. If P and R are chosen to be the labor representatives, which of the following statements must be true?

    Ⅰ K is chosen to serve on the commission.

    Ⅱ Both M and N are chosen to represent management.

    Ⅲ J is chosen to serve on the commission.

    (A) Ⅰ only

    (B) Ⅱ only

    (C) Ⅲ only

    (D) Ⅰand Ⅱ only

    (E) Ⅱ and Ⅲ only

    4. Which of the following is a list of four persons who can be chosen to serve together on the commission if J has been chosen?

    (A) M, N, P, R

    (B) M, N, R, S

    (C) M, O, P, R.

    (D) M, O, R, S

    (E) N, O, R, S

    5. If N, R, and S have been chosen as three members of the commission, which of the following statements about the remaining two members of the commission is accurate?

    (A) M and O are the only pair who can be chosen to complete the group.

    (B) K and O are the only pair who can be chosen to complete the group.

    (C) K and M are the only pair who can be chosen to complete the group.

    (D) Both the pair M and O and the pair k and O are possible choices for completing the group.

    (E) Both the pair K and M and the pair K and O are possible choices for completing the group.

    6. If J must be chose to serve on the commission, which of the following persons CANNOT be chosen to serve on the commission?

    (A) M

    (B) O

    (C) P

    (D) R

    (E) S

    7. If the laws of biology are ultimately based on the laws of physics and chemistry, then the laws of biology hold for living organisms wherever they may be found in the galaxy and the universe.

    The conclusion above logically depends on which of the following assumptions?

    (A) The science of biology is not as precise as the sciences of physics and chemistry.

    (B) The sciences of biology, physics, and chemistry are ultimately a single science.

    (C) The laws of physics and chemistry explain a narrower range of phenomena than do the laws of biology.

    (D) The laws of physics and chemistry hold throughout the universe.

    (E) A scientific law is necessarily universal.

    8. Hittite tablets corroborate many of the descriptions of ancient life that appear in the Iliad and even list GREek cities that reportedly sent ships to Troy. What this means is that the Iliad is not creative literature, as is commonly believed, and hence not a matter for literary discussion. It is history and should be examined by historical science.

    The author of the passage above makes which of the following assumptions?

    Ⅰ. A work cannot be classified as creative literature if that work records historical fact.

    Ⅱ. The Hittite tablets record actual events rather than legends.

    Ⅲ. Cities and events mentioned in the Iliad but not in the tablets are fictitious.

    (A) Ⅰ only

    (B) Ⅱ only

    (C) Ⅲ only

    (D) Ⅰand Ⅱ only

    (E) Ⅱand Ⅲ only

    9. It has been argued that the consumer has benefited from agricultural technology in the United States. Consumers are spending, on the average, a decreasing proportion of their income on food. But the demand for food, especially in prosperous countries, is virtually insensitive to income, so that as real incomes rise, the amount spent of food BEComes a smaller proportion of expenditure. Therefore, in order to judge whether consumers have really benefited from agricultural technology, it is necessary to know whether ____________.

    Which of the following is the most logical completion of the passage above?

    (A) incomes will continue to rise

    (B) the proportion of income spent on food has declined more sharply than rises in real income warrant

    (C) technological costs constitute a substantial portion of the cost of food production

    (D) the quantity of food produced by American farmers has increased

    (E) consumers will increase the proportion of their income spent on foot as food prices rise

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