# 新gre逻辑阅读资料（二）

2011-11-17 04:54

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2011新gre考试实施以来，参加了新版gre考试的考生都觉得阅读部分的题难度增加了，这主要是由于新gre考试逻辑阅读需要考生的逻辑反应一定要比以前更快，可能考生还是有点不习惯，或是没有准备充足。那么，接下来的几天，小编将给大家搜索整理一些新gre考试逻辑阅读的练习题，希望考生能从平日的练习中总结规律，找到解题技巧。

Since science tries to deal with reality, even the most

precise sciences normally work with more or less

imperfectly understood approximations toward which

scientists must maintain an appropriate skepticism. Thus,

5 for instance, it may come as a shock to mathematicians

to learn that the Schrodinger equation for the hydrogen

atom is not a literally correct description of this atom,

but only an approximation to a somewhat more correct

equation taking account of spin, magnetic dipole, and relativistic

10 effects; and that this corrected equation is itself only an

imperfect approximation to an infinite set of quantum

field-theoretical equations. Physicists, looking at the original

Schrodinger equation, learn to sense in it the

presence of many invisible terms in addition to the

15 differential terms visible, and this sense inspires an entirely

appropriate disregard for the purely technical features of the

equation. This very healthy skepticism is foreign to the

mathematical approach. Mathematics must deal with

well-defined situations. Thus, mathematicians

20 depend on an intellectual effort outside of mathematics for

the crucial specification of the approximation that mathematics is to take literally.

(177 words)

11. According to the passage, scientists are skeptical toward their equations because scientists

(A) work to explain real, rather than theoretical or simplified, situations

(B) know that well-defined problems are often the most difficult to solve

(C) are unable to express their data in terms of multiple variables

(D) are unwilling to relax the axioms they have developed

(E) are unable to accept mathematical explanations of natural phenomena

12. The author implies that scientists develop a healthy skepticism because they are aware that

(A) mathematicians are better able to solve problems than are scientists

(B) changes in axiomatic propositions will inevitably undermine scientific arguments

(C) well-defined situations are necessary for the design of reliable experiments

(D) mathematical solutions can rarely be applied to real problems

(E) some factors in most situations must remain unknown

答案：A/E

以上即是阅读练习题，对于新gre考试逻辑阅读，考生除了采取题海战术，其实更应该做的就是总结。如果能从平日的练习中找到解新gre考试逻辑阅读题的思路，那么，要比采取题海战术更好。

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