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    MANISH MULCHANDANI
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    (21) In North America in the 1800s, arguments were often settled by gunfights, in which two people

    stood face to face a distance apart and tried to shoot one another. Recent experiments on

    human response times have shown that people act more quickly when responding to an action

    than when they are the first to move. This supports the view that our brain uses different routes

    in our nervous system to send messages for intentional and reactive movements.

    Which one of the following can be drawn as a conclusion from the above passage?

    A Scientific experiments produce interesting findings.

    B Gunfighters are best advised to wait for their opponents to move to fire.

    C Gunfighters who wait for their opponent to move first would always win.

    D Brains cannot control our reactive movements.

    E Humans can be trained to react more quickly.

    ANSWER= B