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[GMAT逻辑集训营] GMAT逻辑10天三星强化练习day1【650-690提升至700+】

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Yvonne 发表于 2015-10-12 16:35:10 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
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GMAT逻辑10天三星强化练习day1(total:10天)
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学习安排
学习内容:
  OG
PREP
GWD
备考时间:第1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

26.
When apolygraph test is judged inconclusive, this is no reflection on the examinee.Rather, such a judgment means that the test has failed to show whether theexaminee was truthful or untruthful. Nevertheless, employers will sometimesrefuse to hire a job applicant because of an inconclusive polygraph testresult.
Which ofthe following conclusions can most properly be drawn from the informationabove?
A  Most examinees with inconclusivepolygraph test results are in fact untruthful.
B  Polygraph tests should not be usedby employers in the consideration of job applicants.
C  An inconclusive polygraph testresult is sometimes unfairly held against the examinee.
D  A polygraph test indicating thatan examinee is untruthful can sometimes be mistaken.
E  Someemployers have refused to consider the results of polygraph tests whenevaluating job applicants.

36.
The growing popularity ofcomputer-based activities was widely expected to result in a decline intelevision viewing, since it had been assumed that people lack sufficient freetime to maintain current television viewing levels while spending increasing amountsof free time on the computer. That assumption, however, is evidently false: Ina recent mail survey concerning media use, a very large majority of respondentswho report increasing time spent per week using computers report no change intime spent watching television.
Which of the followingwould it be most useful to determine in order to evaluate the argument?
A Whethera large majority of the survey respondents reported watching televisionregularly
B Whetherthe amount of time spent watching television is declining among people whoreport that they rarely or never use computers
C Whetherthe type of television programs a person watches tends to change as the amountof time spent per week using computers increases
D Whethera large majority of the computer owners in the survey reported spendingincreasing amounts of time per week using computers
E Whetherthe survey respondents' reports of time spent using computers included timespent using computers at work

第二部分是prep07题

12.
Finding of a survey of Systems magazine subscribers:  Thirty percent of all merchandise ordersplaced by subscribers in response to advertisements in the magazine last yearwere placed by subscribers under age thirty-five.
Finding of a survey of advertisers in Systemsmagazine:  Most of the merchandise ordersplaced in response to advertisements in Systems last year were placed by peopleunder age thirty-five.
For both of the findings to be accurate, which of thefollowing must be true?
(A) More subscribers to Systems who have never orderedmerchandise in response to advertisements in the magazine are age thirty-fiveor over than are under age thirty-five.
(B) Among subscribers to Systems, the proportion who areunder age thirty-five was considerably lower last year than it is now.
(C) Most merchandise orders placed in response toadvertisements in Systems last year were placed by Systems subscribers over agethirty-five.
(D) Last year, the average dollar amount of merchandiseorders placed was less for subscribers under age thirty-five than for those agethirty-five or over.
(E) Last year many people who placed orders formerchandise in response to advertisements in Systems were not subscribers tothe magazine.

13.

Which of the following most logically completes theargument?

United States manufacturers currently produce most of theworld's solar-power generators--most of which are exported to Europe.  However, European manufacturers are emergingand probably will ultimately capture much of the European market.  The United States government is fundinginitiatives intended to encourage use of solar power within the UnitedStates.  If these initiatives succeed inincreasing the demand for solar-power generators in the United States, UnitedStates manufacturers will probably maintain significant production levels,since __________.

(A) some United States manufacturers have beensubstantially increasing their output over the last several years
(B) the efficiency of solar-power generators inconverting energy from the Sun into electric power is not improving as fast asit once did
(C) just as European manufacturers enjoy certaincompetitive advantages in Europe, so do United States manufacturers in theUnited States
(D) European governments are currently undertakinginitiatives to stimulate the use of solar power within Europe
(E) the current market for solar-power generators in theUnited States is very limited

第三部分是GWD题

GWD1-Q17:CR
Thespacing of the four holes on a fragment of a bone flute excavated at aNeanderthal campsite is just what is required to play the third through sixthnotes of the diatonic scale—the seven-note musical scale used in much ofWestern music since the Renaissance. Musicologists therefore hypothesize that the diatonic musical scale wasdeveloped and used thousands of years before it was adopted by Westernmusicians.
Which ofthe following, if true, most strongly supports the hypothesis?
A.   Bone flutes were probably the only musicalinstrument made by Neanderthals.
B.   No musical instrument that is known to haveused a diatomic scale is of an earlier date than the flute found at theNeanderthal campsite.
C.   The flute was made from a cave-bear bone andthe campsite at which the flute fragment was excavated was in a cave that alsocontained skeletal remains of cave bears.
D.   Flutes are the simplest wind instrument thatcan 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.

GWD1-Q31:CR
Which ofthe following most logically completes the argument below?
Davison River farmers arecurrently deciding between planting winter wheat this fall or spring wheat nextspring.  Winter wheat and spring wheatare usually about equally profitable. Because of new government restrictions on the use of Davison Riverwater for irrigation, per acre yields for winter wheat, though not for springwheat, would be much lower than average. Therefore, planting spring wheat will be more profitable than plantingwinter wheat, since‗‗‗‗‗‗.
A.   the smaller-than-average size of a winterwheat harvest this year would not be compensated for by higher winter wheatprices
B.   new crops of spring wheat must be plantedearlier than the time at which standing crops of winter wheat are ready to beharvested
C.   the spring wheat that farmers in the Davison River region plant is well adapted tothe soil of the region
D.   spring wheat has uses that are differentfrom those of winter wheat
E.    planting spring wheat is more profitablethan planting certain other crops, such as rye

GWD3-Q17:CR
Brochure:  Help conserve our city’s water supply.  By converting the landscaping in your yard toa water-conserving landscape, you can greatly reduce your outdoor water use.  A water-conserving landscape is natural andattractive, and it also saves you money.
Criticism:  For most people with yards, the savings fromconverting to a water-conserving landscape cannot justify the expense of newlandscaping, since typically the conversion would save less than twenty dollarson a homeowner’s yearly water bills.
Which of thefollowing, if true, provides the best basis for a rebuttal of the criticism?
A.   Even homeowners whose yards do not havewater-conserving landscapes can conserve water by installing water-savingdevices in their homes.
B.   A conventional landscape generally requiresa much greater expenditure on fertilizer and herbicide than does awater-conserving landscape.
C.   A significant proportion of the residents ofthe city live in buildings that do not have yards.
D.   It costs no more to put in water-conservinglandscaping than it does to put in conventional landscaping.
E.    Some homeowners use more water to maintaintheir yards than they use for all other purposes combined.

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