 D
Noise spoils our ears only in two ways. Instantly, as by the blast of
a rifle or by longterm noise induced hearing loss.
 C
Sound is measured in decibels. All other answer choises describe devices
that produce sound. But in general, a decible count is the measure of
sound from any source. "C" is the best answer because it is
more general.
 E
The decibel count of a video arcade is 110 dB. In comparison to other
soundemitting places, it holds the first position.
A. Incorrect. Its decibel count is 100 dB.
B. Incorrect. Its decibel count is 100 dB.
C. Incorrect. Its decibel count 90 dB.
D. Incorrect. Its decibel count is less than 85 dB.
 A
The word 'aural' means pertaining to the ears.
 D
How noise can affect the ears is what is discussed in this paragraph.
The ways in which ears get damaged by noise are also stated.
B & C. Incorrect. "Filler" choices that the student can
easily eliminate.
A. Incorrect. Decimal counter are addressed in the next paragraph
E. Incorrect.
 C
About 25 % of hearing loss occurs due to the aging process.
 C
The passage informs us of the ways in which noise damages ears.
 E
It is advisable not to venture into a din after coming out of a noisy
baseball stadium. This answer is inferential. The passage discusses
the dangers of exposure time. The longer one is exposed to noise above
85 db., the more likely hearing loss will occur.
 D
Very obviously, after reading the passage, we realize that noise affects
the ears adversely
A & E. Incorrect. "Fillers" that can be easily eliminated.
B & C Incorrect. Close to being right but "D" is clearly
the best choise..

Index
Test 2 Section 1 : Verbal Reasoning Section 2 : Mathematical Reasoning Section 3 : Verbal Reasoning Section 4 : Mathematical Reasoning Section 5 : Reading Comprehension Section 6 : Mathematical Reasoning Section 7 : Mathematical Reasoning
Answer Key To Test 2 Answer Explanation To Test 2 Section 1 : Verbal Reasoning Section 2 : Mathematical Reasoning Section 3 : Verbal Reasoning Section 4 : Mathematical Reasoning Section 5 : Reading Comprehension Section 6 : Mathematical Reasoning Section 7 : Mathematical Reasoning
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