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Reading Comprehension: Structure Questions

The function of the fourth paragraph is to

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The fourth paragraph does not neutrally describe the problem of hospital readmissions but suggests several possible solutions to that problem.

Incorrect.

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The fourth paragraph suggests several solutions for the problem of hospital readmissions rather than expand on the issues raised in the third paragraph.

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The second and third paragraphs discuss different aspects of the problem of hospital readmissions and the fourth paragraph suggests possible solutions to this problem.

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The first paragraph does not describe any problems, only the statistics of hospital readmissions. We do not learn of the problematic aspects of these statistics until the second paragraph.

Incorrect.

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The fourth paragraph offers possible solutions to the problem of hospital admissions and does not provide support for the hospitals' point of view on this issue, which is presented in the third paragraph.

describe the solution to the problem discussed in the second paragraph
expand further on the problem discussed in the third paragraph
suggest solutions for the problem discussed in the second and third paragraphs
discuss possible solutions for the problem described in the first paragraph
provide support for the point of view put forth in the third paragraph