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Reading Comprehension: Application Questions

Which of the following is most similar to the relationship between local traditions and the target population?

Incorrect.

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Insect repellant (true to its name) repels, rather than attracts, insects, so it cannot be likened to something which attracts the local population.

Incorrect.

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Because vegetarians do not eat meat, it is not attractive to vegetarians, so it cannot be likened to something which attracts the local population.

Incorrect.

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Although cats and dogs are often associated with each other, cats do not attract dogs.

Incorrect.

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A king wears a crown as a sign of his authority. A crown is not used to attract a king.

Great!

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Cheese is used to lure mice into a mousetrap; similarly, businesses use local traditions to attract target populations to their products.

insect repellant and mosquitoes
cheese in a mousetrap and mice
meat and vegetarians
cats and dogs
crowns and king