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Reading Comprehension: Detail Function Questions

The author most likely uses the word unreasonable to show that

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The author uses the word unreasonable to tell us that, when a search is considered reasonable, an individual's privacy may be invaded.

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We can infer that the government is allowed to make searches when it is reasonable to do so.

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The passage tells us that searching an individual's property or person is not always unacceptable. An individual may be searched when it is considered reasonable to do so.

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The word unreasonable refers to searches, not the Fourth Amendment (which protects against unreasonable searches).

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The word unreasonable refers to searches, not the people who perform them.

there are certain instances in which an individual's privacy may be violated
the government is not allowed to search an individual's property or person
searching an individual's property or person is an unacceptable invasion of privacy
only unreasonable people would search an individual's property or person
the Fourth Amendment makes unreasonable restrictions on privacy