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24 January, 10:44

John has captured bears in traps made from 55-gallon drums. He

some from the air.

Darting a bear from the open door of a helicopter--held in by just a seat belt or climbing harness--

sounds challenging.

Which is the best inference that can be made about this passage?

John is afraid of bears.

John is afraid of bears.

John is darting bears so that he may study them.

Bears move too quickly to be darted.

John is hunting bears.

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  1. 24 January, 11:01
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    The last option is the correct answer.

    Explanation:

    To infer means to get to a logical conclusion based on some information. In this case, we know who haunts the bears (John) and how he does it (the traps) as well as some risks involved in hunting bear from the open door of a helicopter. With this information, it is not possible to talk about John's feelings, so A is incorrect; B is also incorrect because it doesn't mention anything about studying the bears. On the other hand, we know that John is hunting bears even though we don't know why or his feelings about them or about the fact of hunting.
  2. 24 January, 12:12
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    John is darting bears so that he may study them.

    Explanation:

    I read the passage.
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