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Analytical Ability

103. In the 1966 Supreme Court decision Miranda v. Arizona, the court held that before the police can obtain statements from a person subjected to an interrogation, the person must be given a Miranda warning. This warning means that a person must be told that he or she has the right to remain silent during the police interrogation. Violation of this right means that any statement that the person makes is not admissible in a court hearing.

This paragraph best supports the statement that

(a) police who do not warn persons of their Miranda rights are guilty of a crime
(b) a Miranda warning must be given before a police interrogation can begin
(c) the police may no longer interrogate persons suspected of a crime unless a lawyer is present
(d) the 1966 Supreme Court decision in Miranda should be reversed

104. Walk into any supermarket or pharmacy and you will find several shelves of products designed to protect adults and children from the sun. Additionally, a host of public health campaigns have been created, including National Skin Cancer Awareness Month, that warn us about the sunís damaging UV rays and provide guidelines about protecting ourselves. While warnings about the sunís dangers are frequent, a recent survey found that fewer than half of all adults adequately protect themselves from the sun.

This paragraph best supports the statement that

(a) children are better protected from the sunís dangerous rays than adults
(b) sales of sun protection products are at an all-time high
(c) adults are not heeding the warnings about the dangers of sun exposure seriously enough
(d) more adults have skin cancer now than ever before

105. Yoga has become a very popular type of exercise, but it may not be for everyone. Before you sign yourself up for a yoga class, you need to examine what it is you want from your fitness routine. If youíre looking for a high-energy, fast-paced aerobic workout, a yoga class might not be your best choice.

This paragraph best supports the statement that

(a) yoga is more popular than high-impact aerobics
(b) before embarking on a new exercise regimen, you should think about your needs and desires
(c) yoga is changing the world of fitness in major ways
(d) yoga benefits your body and mind

106. For too long, school cafeterias, in an effort to provide food they thought would be appetizing to young people, mimicked fast-food restaurants, serving items such as burgers and fries, pizza, hot dogs, and fried chicken. School districts nationwide are now addressing this trend by incorporating some simple and inexpensive options that will make cafeteria lunches healthier while still appealing to students.

This paragraph best supports the statement that

(a) school cafeterias have always emphasized nutritional guidelines over any other considerations
(b) young people would rather eat in a school cafeteria than a local fast-food restaurant
(c) school lunch menus are becoming healthier due to major new initiatives on the part of school districts
(d) it is possible to make school lunches both healthier and appealing without spending a great deal of money and undertaking a radical transformation

107. During the last six years, the number of practicing physicians has increased by about 20%. During the same time period, the number of healthcare managers has increased by more than 600%. These percentages mean that many doctors have lost the authority to make their own schedules, determine the fees that they charge, and decide on prescribed treatments.

This paragraph best supports the statement that doctors

(a) resent the interference of healthcare managers
(b) no longer have adequate training
(c) care a great deal about their patients
(d) are less independent than they used to be


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