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ANSWER IPN SIMULATOR EXAM AREA 1

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Area 1 IPN Simulation Exam

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Category: IPN - General Knowledge │Mathematics - Mathematical Reasoning

1. A patient must take a treatment that consists of 3ml of a medication every 8 hours. If the treatment is for 8 days, how many bottles will you need to finish the treatment if each bottle has 27 ml?

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2. A flat screen has a 30% discount because it is for display; an additional 50% for the Christmas season and in the night sale an additional 10% discount is added. Calculate the final percentage that will be paid for the screen compared to its original price.

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3. Calculate the sum of the interior triangles that corresponds to the sixth and seventh figures of the sequence:

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5. What are the two terms that continue the sequence?

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6. What is the eighth term of the sequence?

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Category: IPN - General Knowledge │Mathematics - Mathematical Reasoning

7. Indicate the sequence of angles in radians that includes two more terms:

0,45°,90°,135°,180°,225°,...

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Category: IPN - General Knowledge │Mathematics - Algebra

8. A civil engineer constructs a first floor that has an area equal to half the surface area of ​​the ground floor of . If the first level is 8m longer than the front, how long are the front and length of the first level?

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Category: IPN - General Knowledge │Mathematics - Algebra

9. With the help of the graph, identify the pair of solutions of the system of equations:

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Category: IPN - General Knowledge │Mathematics - Algebra

10. The water level in a 2-meter-deep pool decreases by 6 centimeters every 5 days due to the sun. Choose the function that determines this behavior.

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Category: IPN - General Knowledge │Mathematics - Algebra

11. Solve the following system of equations:

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Category: IPN - General Knowledge │Mathematics - Algebra

12. Calculate the result of the following operation:

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Category: IPN - General Knowledge │Mathematics - Algebra

13. Calculate the result of the following operation using hierarchy of operations:

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Category: IPN - General Knowledge │Mathematics - Differential Calculus

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Category: IPN - General Knowledge │Mathematics - Differential Calculus

17. Relate the derivative criterion to the point of the curve at X0

 

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Category: IPN - General Knowledge │Mathematics - Differential Calculus

18. Determine:

 

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Category: IPN - General Knowledge │Mathematics - Differential Calculus

19. Indicate the interval that satisfies the inequality:

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Category: IPN - General Knowledge │Mathematics - Geometry and Trigonometry

20. From a point located on the ground and 30 meters from a hot air balloon that rises vertically, the elevation angles are measured at two different moments 30 minutes apart, resulting in 23° and 33°. With what average speed in km? /h did the balloon ascend in that period?

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Category: IPN - General Knowledge │Mathematics - Geometry and Trigonometry

21.

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22. Relate each concept to its meaning.

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Category: IPN - General Knowledge │Mathematics - Analytical Geometry

23. Determine the polar coordinates of the point P(-4, -3) in the plane.

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Category: IPN - General Knowledge │Mathematics - Analytical Geometry

24. Relate the conic to its equation 

 

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Category: IPN - General Knowledge │Mathematics - Analytical Geometry

25. Identify the equations that characterize the straight line and the parabola represented in the following figure:

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Category: IPN - General Knowledge │Mathematics - Integral Calculus

26. Express the integrand in partial fractions to solve the integral 

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28. Calculate

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29. Calculate

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30. Calculate 

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31. Indicate F(x) in the integral when F(1)=0 

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Category: IPN - General Knowledge │Mathematics - Probability and Statistics

32. In a drawer there are 3 red shirts, three blue shirts, four black shirts, two gray shirts and 5 blue shirts. If an item of clothing is drawn at random, what is the probability that it is a shirt or the color is blue?

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Category: IPN - General Knowledge │Mathematics - Probability and Statistics

33. It is known that 13% of Edis-on brand cars have some type of defect in the automatic transmission. 12% present it in the braking system; 15% in the cooling system; 7% in the transmission and braking system; 9% in the transmission and cooling system; 5% in the braking and cooling system and 3% have failure in all systems. Calculate the probability that when purchasing an Edis*on brand car no fault occurs.

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34. Identify the modal value for the weight in kg of high school students from the histogram:

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35. Find how many different ways 5 people can sit inside an airplane.

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36. How many two-digit quantities can be formed with the digits 2,3,4,5 and 6 if repetition is not allowed?

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Category: IPN - General Knowledge │Mathematics - Probability and Statistics

37. Data from the following sets: 

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Category: IPN General Knowledge │ History of Mexico and its socioeconomic environment

38. In the Treaties of Solitude, the interventionist governments (France, Spain and England) committed to

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Category: IPN General Knowledge │ History of Mexico and its socioeconomic environment

39. Relates the internal and external causes of the Second French Intervention with the events that correspond to it.

I. Internal causes.
II. External causes.

Events
to. Bankruptcy caused by constant wars.
b. Resentment and social division.
c. The creation of the Tripartite Alliance.
d. The desire to establish a Spanish protectorate.
and. The decree of the moratorium on debt payment.
F. The expansionist interest of Napoleon III.

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40. The cultural and educational project of the Porfiriato had as its objective

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41. Around 1917, anticlericalism, liberalism and radicalism were the ideological currents present in the

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42. In 1920, with the signature of ________, Álvaro Obregón reached an agreement with the United States of America to obtain its recognition, resolve the economic and political pressures from foreign companies and resolve the agrarian problem.

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43. The Confederation of Mexican Workers (CTM) and the National Peasant Confederation (CNC) were two organizations that Cárdenas relied on to continue the revolutionary demands, this is known as politics.

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Category: IPN General Knowledge │ History of Mexico and its socioeconomic environment

44. What was the reason why the government of Manuel Ávila Camacho declared war on Germany in 1942?

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45. One of the obstacles that slowed down the political and economic recovery of the country during the government of José López Portillo was

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46. In Mexico, neoliberalism is distinguished because the government

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47.

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Category: IPN - Sciences │Engineering and Sciences Physics Mathematics - Biology

48. Order the flow of energy from the sunlight that bombards the earth.

1. Heat is radiated into space.
2. Photosynthesis organisms capture solar energy.
3. Energy is converted into heat.
4. Energy is transformed by chemical reactions that give energy to life.

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49. The ______ and ______ cycles are closely related to the photosynthesis of producers and the respiration of consumers within the ecosystem.

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50. Which of the following characteristics DO NOT Does it correspond to a terrestrial ecosystem?

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51. To what factors do the trophic relationships between organisms within an ecosystem belong?

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52. The shark and the remora fish were related in a very particular way: the fish accompanies the shark and feeds on the remains of food that the shark wastes, which at the same time neither benefits nor is harmed. What type of relationship does the example correspond to?

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53. Living beings ______ take CO2 to form the skeleton of the biomolecules that constitute them.

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54. Relate each anatomical behavior to its characteristic.

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55. The genetic constitution of an organism is called ______, and the visible manifestation of genes is called ______.

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56. Select the option that corresponds to the following definition:

It carries out all the processes necessary for its existence, is independent of other similar units and has different shapes and sizes, according to the function it fulfills.

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Category: IPN - Sciences │Engineering and Sciences Physics Mathematics - Chemistry

57. Chemical compounds called ______ are the result of the binary combination of a metallic element with oxygen.

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Category: IPN - Sciences │Engineering and Sciences Physics Mathematics - Chemistry

58. Determine the oxidation numbers of copper in the following chemical equation:

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59. Identify the compounds whose chemical name ends in -ico.

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60. Calculate the volume spent in mL of a 0.12 N solution of to neutralize 50 mL of 0.4 N NaOH solution.

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Category: IPN - Sciences │Engineering and Sciences Physics Mathematics - Chemistry

61. Relate the process to its thermodynamic condition.

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62. Relate the elements of the compound with its oxidation number.

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63. Relate the type of solution to its mathematical expression.

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64. Select the compound where nitrogen has the oxidation number of 4+

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65. Identify the number of free electrons in the following Lewis structure of hydrogen sulfide.

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Category: IPN - Sciences │Engineering and Sciences Physics Mathematics - Chemistry

66. Select the type of reaction that includes a two-way arrow in a chemical equation.

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67. Relate the element to its percentage composition in the compound

Atomic mass for each element is:

K=39 g/mol, Cr=52 g/mol, O=16 g/mol

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68. Choose the option that orders from left to right the oxidation number of each element in the

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69. Identify the coefficients of the following chemical equation when balancing by trial and error:

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70. Identify the coefficients for the reactants of the following chemical equation when balancing by the trial method.

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71. ______ studies the interrelationships of various properties in the ______ of a system and changes in processes.

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72.

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73. ______ is a gas produced by the respiration of living beings and the combustion of fossil products; which generates considerable climate change.

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Category: IPN - Sciences │Engineering and Sciences Physics Mathematics - Physics

74. If waves with a frequency of 240 Hz are produced in a taut rope at a propagation speed of 150 m/s, what is the wavelength?

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Category: IPN - Sciences │Engineering and Sciences Physics Mathematics - Physics

75. Arrange the value of the following resistors in ascending order according to Ohm's law.

 

 

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Category: IPN - Sciences │Engineering and Sciences Physics Mathematics - Physics

76. Calculate the intensity of the current that feeds a washing machine with a resistance of 10 and operates with a potential difference of 100 V.

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Category: IPN - Sciences │Engineering and Sciences Physics Mathematics - Physics

77. If four capacitors are connected as shown in the figure, find the equivalent capacitance between points a and b.

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Category: IPN - Sciences │Engineering and Sciences Physics Mathematics - Physics

78. Determine the amount of heat that must be supplied to 400 g of aluminum to raise its temperature from 20 °C to 160 °C. The specific heat of aluminum is 0.212 cal/g°C

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Category: IPN - Sciences │Engineering and Sciences Physics Mathematics - Physics

79. If an alloy of gold and copper in unknown proportions is made to form an ingot with dimensions of 20 cm x 10 cm x 5 cm and mass of 12 kg, calculate the density of the alloy

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Category: IPN - Sciences │Engineering and Sciences Physics Mathematics - Physics

80. Relate the type of energy to its representation.

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81. Calculate the energy in joules that a 40 W light bulb consumes if it is kept on for one hour.

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82. Calculate the gravitational force between two metallic spheres whose masses are 20 tons (20,000 kg) when their centers are at a distance of 2 meters. The universal gravitation constant G in the International System of Units (SI) is

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Category: IPN - Sciences │Engineering and Sciences Physics Mathematics - Physics

83. Two people, one weighing 50 kg and the other weighing 75 kg, are sitting on a bench at a distance of 50 cm. Calculate the magnitude of gravitational force that each one exerts on the other.

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84. The ______ indicates that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.

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85. Determine the magnitude of the force applied to a body whose mass is 1.0 kg and has an acceleration of a= 0.12 m/s2

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86. Relate the magnitude to the unit that corresponds to it.

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87. Determine the height that a bullet reaches if it is fired upwards at a speed of 45 m/s and the acceleration of gravity is 98.81 m/s2

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88. Determine the total travel time of a car that travels a distance of 150 km and that in the first 120 km develops an average speed of 80 km/h, while in the last 30 km/h, it has an average speed of 60 km/h.

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89. Calculate the traction force on the car if a driver ties it to a tree using a cable and a force of F=120 N is exerted in the center of it, as shown in the figure:

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Category: IPN - Sciences │Engineering and Sciences Physics Mathematics - Physics

90. According to the force vector shown, associate its components with the trigonometric functions that correspond to them.

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Category: IPN - General Knowledge │Communication - Written Production

91. Of the following options, which represents an objective of the critical apparatus in an academic text?

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92. What element of a research work does the following definition correspond to?

Impersonal, objective and expository development of a panoramic vision of the work and the topic to be addressed, in addition to placing the topic in a broader field of knowledge.

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93. Relate the name of the registration form to its content.

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94. What stage of the investigation does what is described in the fragment correspond to?

"According to a Mexican Consensus on irritable bowel syndrome, published in the Journal of Gastroenterology of Mexico, in September 2016, this condition is one of the most common functional disorders, which can affect the quality of life of patients in different degrees. It is estimated that between 16 and 30 percent of the population suffers from it, although it mainly affects women under 45 years of age, it also occurs in male patients, which is why it is a cause of absenteeism from work because it can occur. to be highly incapacitated.

Avedano, A. (January 31, 2019). "Agave fructans fight colitis." Selection from Polytechnic Gazette, 10 (116), p. 19.

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95. ​​Choose the criteria to consider when formulating the problem statement in a research design.

1. Express the relationship between two or more variables
2. Include moral or ethical judgments that result from the analysis carried out
3. Show congruence between the question and the research objectives
4. Integrate a synthesis of the research that is no longer than 150 words
5. Develop the idea of ​​the research based on its theoretical value and methodological usefulness

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96. The owner of the cybercafé was approved for a ______ microenterprise loan; ______, they waived the payment for the first two months.

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97. Order the sentences to form a coherent paragraph.

1. the beginning of enizmatic manipulation of genetic material.
2. for example, a bacteria, and insert it into the DNA (genome) of a plant.
3. The year 1970 marks an important stage in the history of biotechnology:
4. This is known as rDNA technology (from 2 or more different sources).
5. The procedures used, then, are called molecular cloning of DNA.
6. With molecular biology tools it is possible to take a DNA fragment from an organism,

Community (2020). What is biotechnology? Biotechnology.

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98. Identify the idea that breaks coherence within the following text:

(1) People with great purchasing power take better care of their money than we could imagine, since they try to use it intelligently and, rather than making expenses, they constantly look for investment opportunities. (2) An example of these are designer bags, since some of them increase in value over time, but it is important to be well informed and have a good eye because not every designer bag will increase its selling price over time. time; On the contrary, they will be devalued. (3) People who consider buying it, however, buy it once they have analyzed its potential and (4) almost always with the help of their sales advisors, who are like financial advisors on the stock market, with the idea to later recover the investment made and more than.

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99. Identify the sentences where the gerund is used incorrectly.

1. He left doubting the agreement he reached.
2. He walked remembering his last words.
3. You lost the file containing the information.
4. Issued the rule prohibiting access without a badge.

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100. Select the option that contains a solecism.

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101. Indicate the language defect observed in the text:

I stayed up all night studying, but I think it was a bad idea because I don't remember much of what I read.

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102. Select the option that has a solecism.

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103. Select the option that is written correctly.

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104. Identify the sentence where capital letters are used correctly.

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105. In which option is the punctuation mark decisive to avoid ambiguity in the message?

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106. Which of the following statements is correct regarding the following sentence?

Gel pens of many colors almost all dry out over time.

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107. Identify the statement that has punctuation errors.

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108. What is the well-punctuated statement?

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109. Select the superscripts of the words that require accentuation.

-Yes(1), but that(2) was Nekrasov, and you are you... -a sigh-. I(3) would have loved to marry a writer! If (4) I would have spent (5) time making (6) verses for myself!

Adapted from Chekhov, A. (2021) Bad luck. Recovered from https//revistaacentos.wordpress.com/2017/03/20/mala-suerte/#more-1817

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110. What word retains the tripthong despite the spelling accentuation?

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111. What textual typology does the reading correspond to?

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112. What is the theme of the text?

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113. According to the text, what common characteristic do the places of residence with the highest probability of dying from a traffic accident share?

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114. What is the purpose of the text?

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115. In relation to the infographic, which of the following statements is correct?

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116. What is the synonym of the word age found in segment (1)?

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117. According to the previous text, what is possible to affirm?

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118. What is the purpose of this text?

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119. The purpose of the text is ______ since it ______ throughout everything written.

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120. What is the textual typology of paragraph (1)?

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121. Reading for Medical Biological Sciences

Based on the following reading, answer questions 21 to 30.

THE SCIENCE OF CHOCOLATE CAKE

(1)

Whether to celebrate your birthday, to accompany a cup of coffee or to give to someone special, chocolate cake is an incredibly popular dessert around the world. If you have ever wondered why it is such a beloved and delicious food (1), here we are going to break down the recipe to tell you what are the chemical processes that are carried out when making this cake, and you will surely understand why. Each of its characteristics is so pleasant to the palate.

(2)

One of the elemental ingredients in the entire cake is flour. The real reason it is vital is because of the protein (gluten) that is formed once water and wheat come into contact. Gluten is made up of two proteins; glutenin and gliadin, which, when mixed with water, create strong and elastic filaments of gluten in the dough, which become stronger and stronger the more the dough is mixed, therefore they directly affect the final texture.

(3)

Sugar, beyond adding a sweet touch to the chocolate cake, when the sugar reaches 148 C°, a chemical process known as the Maillard reaction begins, which is generated between amino acids and proteins, and which results in the darkening of the forms the crust of any bakery product. Likewise, sugar enhances the activity of the yeast in the dough. When in contact with gluten, sugar breaks down this protein and, by absorbing liquid, maintains a soft and moist texture in the cake. Another thing you should know is that when sugar is mixed directly with solid butter, the sugar crystals help draw air into the mixture, and when the cake is cooked in the oven, these air pockets expand causing it to puff up. (2).

Hullabaloo. (September 23, 2021). Hullabaloo. Retrieved on November 7, 2021, from Algarabía: https://algarabia.com/la-ciencia-del-pastel-de-chocolate/

According to the text above, what is necessary to achieve brownies with dark, moist interiors and a crispy crust?

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122. Which of the following ideas can be inferred from the text?

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123. The title of the text is "Combing heads with mathematics" because:

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124. According to the text and the image it includes, what does the phrase indicated with the superscript (2) refer to?

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125. Indicate the textual typology that predominates in the phrase indicated with the superscript (1).

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126. What is the theme of the text?

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127. Choose the option that appropriately paraphrases the conclusion of the text

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128. According to the text, what is a synonym for the word indicated with the superscript (2)?

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129. What can be inferred from the previous text?

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130. What is the author's intention?

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What number is missing in the empty space in the following figures?

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Identify the image that corresponds to the front view of the following figure:

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Identify the figure that adequately completes the following sequence.

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Identify the figure that corresponds to the empty box.

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Relate the expressions to the area that corresponds to them, based on the following figure.

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Indicate the answer that corresponds to the plan view of the three-dimensional figure.

 

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A construction company needs to hire bricklayers to build a fence in 10 days. If it is known that two bricklayers would finish the fence in 15 days and that each one is paid $150 per day, how much money does the construction company need?

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Complete the following sequence based on the figure shown.