4 REVIEW 814. hypoglycemia1. k 4. i 7. b 10. e 13. n15. apogee2. m 5. o 8. l 11. f 14. j16. abiogenesis3. a 6. c 9. h 12. g 15. d17. endogenousREVIEW 918. aphelion1. d 3. c 5. a 7. d 9. b19. homomorphic2. a 4. b 6. c 8. c 10. d20. endogamyREVIEW 10REVIEW 111. homogeneous1. apathy2. heterodox2. perimeter3. hypertrophy3. meteorology4. antipathy4. oligarchy5. homophonic5. technology6. exoteric6. hypersensitive7. heterology7. anarchy8. endoparasite8. esoteric9. hypertension9. antipodes10. hyperopia10. amphibious11. hypoacidity12. endosmosis13. exocrine
5 REVIEW 123. A living frog would excite interest in the1. Shock may cause hypothermia.class. All eyes would turn to the frog.2. Some wastes are nonbiodegradable.4. A hypersensitive person is easily hurt by3. Galileo had heterodox ideas.ordinary criticism. He or she would be4. Biology is fascinating.even more severely hurt by criticism from5. Some chiefs forbid exogamy.a hypercritical source.6. Is your hypothesis logical?5. A good deal of the drudgery of office work7. Her appendectomy was successful.has been eliminated by the invention of8. These microbes are microscopic.the photocopier. This wonderful machine9. We are studying geology.speedily makes excellent copies of10. He visits a podiatrist.documents, or parts of documents, with aREVIEW 13minimum of effort.Typical acceptable answers:1. Our population is now moreREVIEW 14heterogeneous. Immigrants have been1. b 2. d 3. c 4. a 5. eattracted from many more countries thanever before.2. Most Americans remember that we gainedour freedom by overthrowing a monarchy.They would not tolerate a king or queenas their ruler.