2014.06.21【英译中】GMAT REVIEW - 批判性思维 [02]

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GMAT REVIEW - Critical Reasoning
基麦特备考……批判性思维
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基麦特~是啥呢~其实是啥不重要,重要的是他是【基】麦特(被pia飞);(来自遥远星空的声音)他还有个好基友【基】二一~~~
以下皆出自基麦特official guide,由于排版的原因不包括句子作用题,一次两题发布。
虽然有所谓正确答案,但是本着批判性思维植根于反对意见的原则,欢迎各种吐槽~

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3. Suncrop, a new corporation with limited founds, has been cleaning large sections of tropical Amazon forest for cattle ranching. This practice continues even though greater profits can be made from rubber tapping, which does not distroy the forest, than from cattle ranching, which does destroy the forest.

3. 一个资金有限的新公司Suncrop,正在将大片亚马逊热带雨林清理以用作牧场。虽然割橡胶这种不破坏雨林的业务比畜牧这种破坏雨林的业务更有利可图,他们还是继续畜牧砍伐雨林

Which of the following, if true, most helps to explain why Suncrop has been pursuing the less profitable of the two economic activities mentioned above?
以下哪一项(若为真)最好地解释了最能解释Suncrop选择以上两种业务中利润较少者的原因?

(A) The soil of the Amazon forest is very rich in nutrients that are important in the development of grazing lands.
(A) 亚马逊雨林的土壤富含对牧场开发来说很重要的营养物质。

(B) Cattle-ranching operations that are located in tropical climates are more profitable than cattle-ranching operations that are located in cold-weather climates.
(B) 热带气候下的畜牧业务比寒冷气候下的畜牧业更有利可图。

(C) In certain districts, profits made from cattle ranching are more heavily taxed than profits made from any other industry.
(C) 在某些地区,畜牧所得收益的赋税比其他行业收益的赋税更多。

(D) Some of the cattle that are raised on land cleared in the Amazon are killed by wildcats.
(D) 有些在亚马逊的开发地饲养的牲畜被野猫捕食了。

(E) The amount of money required to begin a rubber-tapping operation is twice as high as the amount needed to begin a cattle ranch.
(E) 割橡胶业务所需的启动资金是畜牧业务所需启动资金的一倍。

4. According to a prediction of a not-so-distant future published in 1940, electricity would revolutionize agriculture. Electrodes would be inserted into the soil, and the current between them would kill bugs and weeds and make crop plants stronger.
根据一个发布于1940年的关于不远未来的预言,电会使农业发生革命。电极会被插入土壤,电极间的电流能够杀虫除草使得作物更强壮。

Which of the following, if true, most strongly indicates that the logic of the prediction above is flawed?
以下哪一项(若为真)最明确地指出以上预言的逻辑谬误?

(A) In order for farmers to avoid electric shock while working in the fields, the current would be turned off at such times without diminishing the intended effects.
(A) 为了使农民们能够在田间工作时免受电击,电流能够在此期间被切断且不折损预期效果。

(B) If the proposed plan for using electricity were put into practice, farmers would save on chemicals now being added to the soil.
(B) 如果使用电的提案被实施,农民们可以避免使用目前添入土壤中的化学物质。

(C) It can not be taken for granted that the use of electricity is always beneficial.
(C) 不应理所当然地认为使用电总是有益

(D) Since weeds are plants, electricity would effect plants in the same way as it would affect crops.
(D) 由于杂草是植物,电流会以同样方式影响所有植物,包括作物。

(E) Because a planting machine would need to avoid coming into contact with the electrodes, new parts for planting machines would need to be designed.
(E) 因栽植机要避免与电极接触,需要开发新栽植机零件。

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