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[GMAT逻辑集训营] GMAT逻辑10天三星强化练习day10【650-690提升至700+】

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Yvonne 发表于 2015-10-12 17:07:19 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
GMAT逻辑10天三星强化练习day10(total:10天)
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学习安排
学习内容:
  OG
PREP
GWD
备考时间:第10天
做好准备,我们一起加加油

学习目标
                                                    吃掉逻辑
                                                       强化提升,大胆阔步迈向我们的冲刺模考

今日练习

做GMAT逻辑的时候一定要自己做好笔记,对错的题目进行整理和分类,一些固定搭配也要整理下来,虽然不是考点,但有时候也可据此推断答案,这种方法对短期提高GMAT逻辑水平很重要。做GMAT逻辑题的时候要仔细分析选项,不轻易的予以排除,有很多时候正确答案往往就是你忽略掉的那个。

接下来~~~就开始我们学习吧~~~
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记得整理笔记哦!!
第一部分是OG习题

121.
The spacing of the four holes on a fragmentof a bone flute excavated at a Neanderthal campsite is just what is required toplay the third through sixth notes of the diatonic scale—the seven-note musicalscale used in much of Western music since the Renaissance. Musicologiststherefore hypothesize that the diatonic musical scale was developed and usedthousands of years before it was adopted by Western musicians.

Which of the following, if true, most strongly supports the hypothesis?
A Bone flutes were probably the onlymusical instrument made by Neanderthals.
B No musical instrument that is known tohave used a diatomic scale is of an earlier date than the   flute found at the Neanderthal campsite.
C The flute was made from a cave-bearbone and the campsite at which the flute fragment was excavated was in a cavethat also contained skeletal remains of cave bears.
D Flutes are the simplest wind instrumentthat can be constructed to allow playing a diatonic scale.
E The cave-bear leg bone used to make theNeanderthal flute would have been long enough to make a flute capable ofplaying a complete diatonic scale

123.
Museums that house Renaissance oilpaintings typically store them in environments that are carefully kept withinnarrow margins of temperature and humidity to inhibit any deterioration.Laboratory tests have shown that the kind of oil paint used in these paintingsactually adjusts to climatic changes quite well. If, as some museum directorsbelieve, paint is the mostsensitive substance in these works, then by relaxing thestandards for temperature and humidity control, museums can reduce energycosts without risking damage to thesepaintings. Museums would be rash to relax those standards, however,since results of preliminary tests indicate that gesso, a compound routinelyused by Renaissance artists to help paint adhere to the canvas, is unable to withstandsignificant variations in humidity.

In the argument above, the two portions inboldface play which of the following roles?
A  Thefirst is an objection that has been raised against the position taken by theargument; the second is the position taken by the argument.
B  Thefirst is the position taken by the argument; the second is the position thatthe argument
calls into question.
C  Thefirst is a judgment that has been offered in support of the position that theargument calls into question; the second is a circumstance on which thatjudgment is, in part, based.
D  Thefirst is a judgment that has been offered in support of the position that theargument calls into question; the second is that position.
E  Thefirst is a claim that the argument calls into question; the second is theposition taken by
theargument.

第二部分是prep07题

47.  
Traditionally, decision-making bymanagers that is reasoned step-by-step has been considered preferable tointuitive decision-making.  However, arecent study found that top managers used intuition significantly more than didmost middle- or lower-level managers.  Thisconfirms the alternative view that intuition is actually more effective thancareful, methodical reasoning.
The conclusion above is based onwhich of the following assumptions?

(A) Methodical, step-by-stepreasoning is inappropriate for making many real-life management decisions.
(B) Top managers have the abilityto use either intuitive reasoning or methodical, step-by-step reasoning inmaking decisions.
(C) The decisions made by middle-and lower-level managers can be made as easily by using methodical reasoning asby using intuitive reasoning.
(D) Top managers use intuitivereasoning in making the majority of their decisions.
(E) Top managers are more effectiveat decision-making than middle- or lower-level managers.

50.  
When people evade income taxes bynot declaring taxable income, a vicious cycle results.  Tax evasion forces lawmakers to raise incometax rates, which causes the tax burden on nonevading taxpayers to becomeheavier.  This, in turn, encourages evenmore taxpayers to evade income taxes by hiding taxable income.
The vicious cycle described abovecould not result unless which of the following were true?
(A) An increase in tax rates tendsto function as an incentive for taxpayers to try to increase their pretaxincomes.
(B) Some methods for detecting taxevaders, and thus recovering some tax revenue lost through evasion, bring inmore than they cost, but their success rate varies from year to year.
(C) When lawmakers establish incometax rates in order to generate a certain level of revenue, they do not allowadequately for revenue that will be lost through evasion.
(D) No one who routinely hides sometaxable income can be induced by a lowering of tax rates to stop hiding suchincome unless fines for evaders are raised at the same time.
(E) Taxpayers do not differ from eachother with respect to the rate of taxation that will cause them to evade taxes.

第三部分是GWD题

T-4-Q32.CR
Delta products, Inc., has recently switched at leastpartly from older technologies using fossil fuels to new technologies poweredby electricity. The question has been raised whether it can be concludedthat for a given level of output, Delta’s operation now causes less fossil fuelto be consumed than it did formerly. The answer, clearly, is yes, since theamount of fossil fuel used to generate the electricity needed to power the newtechnologies is less than the amount needed to power the older technologies,provided that the level of output is held constant.
In the argument given, the two boldface portionsplay which of the following roles?
A.   The first identifies the context of theconclusion of the argument; the second provides support for that conclusion.
B.   The first provides support for theconclusion of the argument; the second identifies the content of thatconclusion.
C.   The first states the position that theargument opposes; the second states the conclusion of the argument.
D.   Each provides evidence that calls theconclusion of the argument into question.
E.    Each provides support for conclusion of theargument.

T-4-Q38.CR
In one state, all cities and most towns have antismokingordinances, a petition entitled “Petition for Statewide Smoking Restriction” isbeing circulated to voters by campaign workers who ask only, “Do you want tosign a petition for statewide smoking restriction?” The petition advocates astate law banning smoking in most retail establishments and in governmentoffices that are open to the public.
Which of the following circumstances would make thepetition as circulated misleading to voters who understand the proposal asextending the local ordinances statewide?
A.   Health costs associated with smoking causehealth insurance premiums to rise for everyone and so affect nonsmokers.
B.   In rural areas of the state, there arerelatively few retail establishments and government offices that are open tothe public.
C.   The state law would supersede the localantismoking ordinances, which contain stronger bans than the state law does.
D.   There is considerable sentiment among votersin most areas of the state for restriction of smoking.
E.    The state law would not affect existinglocal ordinances banning smoking in places where the fire authorities havedetermined that smoking would constitute a fire hazard.

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