ASVAB Paragraph Comprehension 3.1 Inference

ASVAB Paragraph Comprehension 3.1 Inference. A person who ingests caffeine directly before going to sleep will most likely...what?

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most likely what And here's a pendulum All right well

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a morning cup of joe can help get the day

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started It may also slightly reduced traffic accidents but what

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about the late night couple what's that do well according

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to the passage sweet caffeine takes about an hour to

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take effect so it doesn't make sense that it would

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keep you up for an hour and hasn't even kicked

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in yet Just like one is brewing Coffee takes its

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time and there's no mention in the text of caffeine

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causing disorientation Caffeine's described as having a sharpening effect increasing

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people's capacity for physical and mental labor I wouldn't exactly

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increase your work capacity if you also disoriented Well similarly

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the passage makes no mention of dreams maybe your dreaming

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about delicious coffee goodness but there's no support for the

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assumption that late night caffeine causes crazy dreams instead what

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the pastor does state is that caffeine has a masking

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effect making you feel less tired So if we chug

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a lugged a cappuccino we'd probably feel more awake for

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a while So bees the correct answer on boy we're

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glad we stayed alert throughout problem but we were lagging

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there's probably a starbucks nearby start