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It is really hard to type a trigonometry question without the picture.
So I'll just say 3D modeling is the most important topic in my major and trigonometry is a crucial part. I've been solving trigonometry problems since 5 years old so please trust me with that. Don't push me to hard with Master-level trigonometries though. Thanks guys!
Richard M. Russell said 52 percent of the nation’s growth since the Second World War had (i)_________ invention. He said, (ii)_________ research, the government’s greatest role in assuring continuing innovation is promoting a strong, modern patent office. “Unless we can (iii)_________ original ideas, we will not have invention,” Mr. Russell said. Speculating on the state of innovation over the next century, several inventors agreed that the future lay in giving children the tools to think creatively and the motivation to invent. i.︎ A been at the expense of ︎ B no bearing on C come through ii. D in addition to restricting E aside from supporting F far from exaggerating iii.︎ G evaluate H protect ︎ I disseminate
This is a verbal question I encountered while I was practicing the GRE test. The correct answer is C.E.H. My way to solve verbal questions is to read through it first, and try to put my own words into the blanks without reading the given ones. The idea is that 'you will need no extra knowledge other than the given question itself, in order to solve it'. So everything you need to know is already included in the question. As we go through the first sentence, there's no definite answer about whether the growth is positively or negatively related with invention, so we leave blank (i) here. Second sentence, although we still do not know what blank (i) and blank (iI) are, we do know the government want a 'strong patent office'. As we go through, it is obvious to think that the 'patent office' is used to 'protect' original ideas. And answer H matches exactly our thoughts. So now we know the government has a positive attitude towards 'inventions' and 'original ideas' and we go back to blank (i) and (ii). Answers A and B are definitely incorrect because they are saying the inventions are doing harm or nothing, so answer C is the right one for blank (i). For blank (ii), same story, answer D or F doesn't even sound correct base on what we got for blank (i) and (iii). Although answer E doesn't seem to be too related with the topic of invention, it is the best answer because the other two choices are definitely not. That's how we get C.E.H. as the final answer.