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<p>College Scholastic Aptitude Test ( ) For Class of 2010 -KOREANOriginal: 50 questions, 80 minutes This version: 6 questions, 10 minutes</p> <p>Ask a Korean!</p> <p>Reading Comprehension</p> <p>-MATH BOriginal: 30 questions, 80 minutes This version: 4 questions, 10 minutes</p> <p>-ENGLISHOriginal: 50 questions, 80 minutes This version: 6 questions, 10 minutesListening Comprehension 1. Listen to the conversation and select the bicycle that the man will purchase. : : : : : : : : : : ? , 7 . ? . . . . . ? ? , ? , ? . .</p> <p>16. Listen to the conversion, and select the most appropriate response by the man to the womans last sentence. : : : : , ? . ! ? , , .</p> <p>: : : : : : : (1) (2) (3) (4) (5)</p> <p>. ? , . , . . . . . ? ___________________________________________________ . . . . .</p> <p>Reading Comprehension 22. In the paragraph below, which sentence is NOT relevant to the overall context? . , . (1) , . (2) . (3) , . (4) , , . (5) .</p> <p>33. What are the most appropriate words for the blanks (A) and (B) below?</p> <p> , . ____(A)____, 4 Erie . . . ____(B)____, . ? ? . , , . (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (A) (B) </p> <p>46.47. Read the passage below and answer the following questions. . , . . . , . * . . , . . . . ___ _________ , . . . . . (*: rapport) 46. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) 47. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) What is the appropriate title for the passage above? What is the most appropriate word for the blank above? </p> <p>-ECONOMICSOriginal: 20 questions, 30 minutes This version: 3 questions, 5 minutes</p> <p>3. The chart shows data of a certain corporations production of Product X. Which is the correct analysis? (Assume the entire production will be sold.) Amount of raw material used in 1 2 3 4 5 6 production (unit) Cost of raw material per unit 3 3 3 3 3 3 (KRW 10,000 won) Amount of Product X produced 5 12 18 23 27 29 (unit) Market price of Product X 1 1 1 1 1 1 (KRW 10,000 won) (1) Productivity is continuing to increase. (2) The maximum possible profit is KRW 290,000 won. (3) The profit is the greatest when 5 units of raw material is used in production. (4) The marginal cost of production as the raw material used in production is increased by 1 unit increases. (5) When the amount of the raw material used in production increases from 2 units to 3 units, the additional sales revenue is KRW 30,000 won.</p> <p>12.</p> <p>What is the correct statement about the subsidy policy presented in the material below?</p> <p>In order to stimulate the consumption of Product X, the government decided to make subsidy payments; it is now considering the following two proposals: Proposal 1: Provide the purchasers with a subsidy in the amount of KRW a won per unit of Product X. Proposal 2: Provide the sellers with a subsidy in the amount of KRW a won per unit of Product X.</p> <p>In the graph, D and S respectively are the demand and supply curves before the subsidy. D is the demand curve after Proposal 1 is implemented. (Assume all demand and supply curves are straight lines.) [In the graph, the y-axis is labeled price, and x-axis is labeled amount.] (1) If Proposal 2 is implemented, the supply curve will shift upward by KRW a won. (2) The amount of transactions involving Product X will be greater under Proposal 1 than Proposal 2. (3) The equilibrium price after the subsidy payment is higher under Proposal 1 than under Proposal 2 by KRW a won. (4) For purchasers, Proposal 1 is more advantageous than Proposal 2. (5) The total amount of subsidy payment is greater under Proposal 2 than under Proposal 1.</p> <p>18.</p> <p>What are the right inferences from the choices regarding the data presented below?</p> <p>The Lorenz curve of Country X passes through Point A. The Lorenz curve of Country Y passes through Points B and C. The Lorenz curve of Country Z passes through Points B and D. [The y-axis of the graph is labeled, cumulative share of income. The x-axis of the graph is labeled, cumulative ratio of the population.] (a) Country Bs Lorenz curve cannot pass through Point E. (b) 80% of Country Cs population has the same income. (c) The Lorenz curves of Countries B and C cannot intersect in the area of the cumulative ratio of the population of 60% or above. (d) Based only on the data presented above, it is not possible to calculate the Gini coefficient for any of the countries. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (a), (b) (a), (c) (b), (c) (b), (d) (c), (d)</p> <p>-WORLD HISTORYOriginal: 20 questions, 30 minutes This version: 3 questions, 5 minutes</p> <p>4.</p> <p>Pick an appropriate answer among the choices in response to the teachers question.</p> <p>Teacher: What belongs in (a)? 1. Beginning: Late 18th century England 2. Expansion: 19th century Europe 3. Phenomenon: Invention of machinery and technological innovation 4. Impact: [ (a) ] (A) (B) (C) (D) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) - CHOICES Means of transportation and communications developed. It was an impetus for the emergence of gentries. There was a growth of the labor class, and socialist ideology appeared. New navigation routes were explored, leading to more international trade and commercial revolution. (A), (B) (A), (C) (B), (C) (B), (D) (C), (D)</p> <p>13. You are trying to make a documentary about Japanese history. What are the appropriate video images for slots (A) through (E)? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Heian Era Kamakura Shogunate Muromachi Shogunate The Warring States Edo Shogunate (A) Japanese samurai battles Yuans army (B) Jounin watches kabuki (C) Palace site at Heijoko (D) Shogun Minamoto Yoritomo (E) Dutch trading post at Nagasaki</p> <p>19.</p> <p>What are the right choices that describe the background within which the following edict was issued?</p> <p> In the early days of the Ottoman Empire, the shining laws of the Koran or the laws of the empire were gloriously followed But because of many events and various disputes over 150 years the empires prosperity has disappeared, becoming powerless and poor. To provide the grace of an excellent rule, we believe it wise to rule the many provinces that comprise the Ottoman Empire to be ruled under a different system. (A) (B) (C) (D) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Opening of the Suez Canal Formation of the Young Turks Party Pressure from Western powers such as England and Russia Independence movement by many ethnicities within the empire (A), (B) (A), (C) (B), (C) (B), (D) (C), (D)</p> <p>-PHYSICS 1Original: 20 questions, 30 minutes This version: 3 questions, 5 minutes</p> <p>4. The graph is showing the location of objects A and B over time. The objects are moving on the same line, and the graph shows the locations of A and B before and after a collision. What is the set of choices that correctly describe the situation? (a) At the collision, the amount of force that A received from B is identical to the amount of force that B received from A. (b) The velocity of B, relative to A, is greater before the collision than after the collision. (c) The mass of A is twice as much as the mass (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (b) (c) (a), (b) (a), (c) (a), (b), (c)</p> <p>10. Below diagram shows a moment in which four square metal rings (a), (b), (c) and (d) are moving on top of the plane xy, which has two magnetic fields I and II. All four rings are moving at a constant speed, with (a) and (b) moving toward +x, (c) moving toward x, and (d) moving toward y. In each of areas I and II, the strength of the magnetic fields are constant at B and 2B respectively, and the direction of magnetic fields enters perpendicular into plane xy. At this moment, which among the metal rings (b), (c), and (d) has the same direction of induced current as the current flowing through metal ring (a)? (Assume that the rings do not rotate.) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (c) (d) (b), (c) (b), (d) (b), (c), (d)</p> <p>17. Diagram () shows objects A and B floating on liquid, on an x axis separated by distance d. Surface wave with a pitch of f0, amplitude of y0, and wavelength of 0, is moving in the direction of +x. Diagram () shows yA yB over time t, after the wave reaches B. yA and yB are the displacements of A and B at t. What is the set of choices that correctly describe the situation? (Assume that A and B only move vertically, and ignore the sizes of A and B.) a. At (), t0 is 1 over f0. b. d is an integer-multiple of 0. c. When A is at the peak of the wave, B is at the valley of the wave. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) a b a, b a, c b, c</p> <p>-BIOLOGY 1Original: 20 questions, 30 minutes This version: 3 questions, 5 minutes</p> <p>5. The graph shows a certain materials electrical resistance by temperature. What is the set of all the correct explanation about this material from the choices? [The x-axis of the graph is labeled Temperature. The y-axis of the graph is labeled Resistance.] (a) The material is a superconductor. (b) The material displays the properties of a superconductor at room temperature. (c) At a temperature beyond 100K, the materials electrical conductivity decreases as temperature increases. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (a) (b) (c) (a), (b) (a), (c)</p> <p>13. Below are the structural formulae for compounds (), () and (), which are used as surfactant. What is the set of all correct statements from the choices? (a) The pH of aqueous solution of () is lower than 7. (b) As aqueous solution, () has a greater electrical conductivity than (). (c) () is more difficult to biodegrade with microbes than () (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (a) (b) (a), (b) (a), (c) (b), (c)</p> <p>17. Below diagram shows various reactions regarding a carbon compound A, which is created from Calcium Carbide (CaC2). [In the diagram, means oxidized] What is not a correct explanation for compounds A through E? (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) A is C2H2. B is a monomer of polyvynil chloride (PVC). C has a bleaching reaction to bromide solution. D has a saponification reaction. E has a silver mirror reaction.</p> <p>-ANSWER KEYKorean 2. 9. 10. 44. 45. 46. (b) (c) (a) (c) (d) (c) Economics 3. 12. 18. (3) (3) (1)</p> <p>Math B 1. 10. 17. 30. (b) (b) (d) 21</p> <p>World History 4. 13. 19. (2) (5) (5)</p> <p>English Physics I 1. 16. 22. 33. 46. 47. (5) (3) (4) (3) (4) (1) 4. 10. 17. (3) (3) (4)</p> <p>Chemistry I 5. 13. 17. (5) (2) (4)</p>