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Reading Comprehension: Structure Questions

The function of the second paragraph is to

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In the second paragraph, the author suggests that the newspaper industry should stop printing the news and manage its online product better in order to save the industry.

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The reasons for the newspaper industry's financial trouble are explained in the first, not the second, paragraph.

Incorrect.

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The solution proposed in the second paragraph suggests that the industry get rid of printed news.

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The second paragraph describes actions the newspaper industry could take to improve its financial situation, not actions it is currently taking.

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The second paragraph suggests that the newspaper industry should become the producer of quality online news, rather than interact with existing producers of online news.

explain the origins of the newspaper industry's financial troubles
propose a solution which will save printed news
describe the actions the newspaper industry is taking to improve its financial situation
show how the newspaper industry could interact with producers of online news in order to improve its financial situation
present the author's proposed solution to the issue of the newspaper industry's financial trouble