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Reading Comprehension: Application Questions

According to the first hypothesis mentioned in the passage, the Moon and the Earth are most similar to which of the following?

Incorrect.

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Bread is a product of wheat. However, according to the first hypothesis, the Moon is not a product of the Earth.

Incorrect.

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A parent creates a child, but according to the hypothesis, neither the Earth nor the Moon created the other.

Correct!

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A pair of twins is created simultaneously, just like the Earth and the Moon according to the first hypothesis of the passage.

Incorrect.

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Two cars next to each other on an assembly line are created at different times (one before the other), whereas the Earth and the Moon were created simultaneously, according to the first hypothesis presented in the passage.

Incorrect.

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Don't be misled by what you know about the content of the passage. Although we know that the Moon orbits the Earth just as satellites orbit Earth, this is not the relationship described by the first hypothesis of the passage.

wheat and bread
a parent and a child
a pair of twins conceived at the same time
Earth and the satellites which orbit around it
two cars next to each other on an assembly line