8, It can be inferred from paragraph 6 that textile workers in England could be more creative with their woolens than textile workers on the Continent because textile worker in England
A, had less opportunity to be influenced by the work of others than textile workers on the Continent did
B, had better relationships with the guilds than textile workers on the Continent did
C, had great eraccess to high-quality wool and dyes than textile workers on the Continent did
D, were less interested in international fashion trends than textile workers on the Continent were
10,Directions: An introductory sentence for a brief summary of the passage is provided below. Complete the summary by selecting the 3 answer choices that express the most important ideas in the passage. Some sentences do not belonging the summary because they express ideas that are not presented in the passage or are minor ideas in the passage. This question is worth 2 points.
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Waterfalls and rapids have important effects on life in rivers.
A, Waterfalls often act to isolate parts of a stream, preventing species from migratingupstream and destroying organisms passing through them downstream.
B, Fish can often easily descend waterfalls, especially small waterfalls, and some species of fish have developed ways of moving up waterfalls.
C, Slimy masses of algae that grow in waterfall environments generally ad to the development of layers of nutrient- and carbon dioxide-depleted water.
D, The modification and destruction of streams and waterfalls has led to the destruction of many species of aquatic life and reduced Atlantic salmon populations.
E, If sunlight is present, the waterfall environment provides good conditions for photosynthesis and is thus favorable for species that can live in turbulent water.
F, The animals that are able to live in the fast-moving, turbulent waters of rapids and waterfalls are generally large animals, while small animals tend to stay inquiet pools outside the main flow 1, In paragraph1, why does the author mention a Roman god?
1, In paragraph 1, why does the author mention a Roman god?
A, To show that early Romans had little scientific knowledge of crop diseases
B, To explain why gods had a significant role in ancient Roman society
C, To emphasize that wheat, barley, and rye were particularly important crops in ancient Rome
D, To illustratethe length of time plant diseases have seriously affected humans
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It is difficult to determine the exact origins of the eye.
A, The ability of some unicellular organisms to detect light and change their behavior accordingly suggests that eyes did not originate with multicellular animals.
B, Too few fossils from the Precambrian have been found to determine which if any Precambrian organisms had eyes.
C, Fossilevidence suggests that organisms in the Burgess Shale with faceted eyes developed later than organisms in the Burgess Shale with nonfaceted eyes
D, The earliest eyes apparently contained molecules that were capable of forming and focusingimages.
E, Evidence from the Burgess Shale suggests that eyes of some early animals were similar to the eyes of living crustaceans.
F, The large size and possible complexity of the eyes of some organisms in the Burgess Shalesuggest that their eyes were not the first eyes.