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Subject: LSAT

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The print circulation of The World Tribune has shown a 40 percent decline in the past two years. However, the traffic on the newspaper's website has increased by 30 percent during the same period. The website contains many news sections and blogs that are not featured in the print newspaper but are the most read pages of the website. Therefore, to maintain its profits, the newspaper has decided to discontinue its still-profitable print edition and to introduce more content on the website that is similar to the exclusive content on the most read pages of the website.

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Which one of the following is an assumption on which the decision of The World Tribune depends? A The print circulation of the newspaper would not have declined further in the near future. B To access the content on the newspaper's website, the readers of the website will be willing to pay a monthly subscription fees that is equal to the revenue that the print edition of the newspaper earned per reader each month. C The print circulation of the newspaper declined in the past two years because the newspaper's website offered more interesting content. D The revenue earned from increased website traffic will not be less than the revenue lost by discontinuing the print edition. E Introducing more content similar to the exclusive content on the most read pages of the website will increase the newspaper's website traffic further.

Subject: Pre-law

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What is IRAC, and please explain it's break down

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The IRAC method is a commonly used method for writing law school exam answers. The letters in IRAC stands for the following words: I = issue R = rule A = analysis C = conclusion The IRAC method is formulaic. To use IRAC one essentially fills in the blanks of the following formula for each issue that one spots: “The issue is ___________. The rule is ___________. A court would analyze it as follows: [apply the law to the facts]. In conclusion, ___________ will likely win.” The IRAC method, in its most basic form, is not the best way to answer exam questions. It is a bit too simplistic and formulaic. However, it is a great start for learning how to answer law school exam questions. Further, as you practice it, (and as we show you below) you will find yourself improving the analysis section significantly in order to write a sophisticated exam answer.

Subject: Education

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How does eminent domain work according to the Bill Of Right, and please briefly explain your answer?

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Eminent domain is the ability of a government to declare a private property to be in the public interest, usually for a public project of some sort. In these cases, the government has the constitutional right to purchase the property from the owner through just compensation. In most cases, owners have little recourse as to whether they can approve or deny the sale. In the American context, this right of government is enshrined in the U.S. Constitution.

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