ACT Science 1.8 Research Summary Passage
ACT Science: Research Summary Passage Drill 1, Problem 8. What can the chemicals produced during the waggle dance be equated to?
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Sounds like we’re being asked to describe what the waggle dance chemicals do,
and liken it to something WE do.
Option A, people swing dancing. Hey, isn’t it supposed to be something we actually do?
Sorry, test, but swing is dead.
Option B, people talking.
This one sounds about right—
the chemicals produced by the waggle dance are used to communicate information.
Options C and D are “people bowling” and “people eating.”
While those activities can produce smells in some individuals, that’s
not at all what the waggle dance is for.
There we have it: option B’s our answer.
Isn’t it nice how we were able to communicate that without having to smell each other?