YÖKDİL Fen Bilimleri Testleri – Okuma Parçası 5

YÖKDİL Fen Bilimleri Testleri - Okuma Parçası 5

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Soru 1

It is safe to bet that a flying motorcycle will never be a practical transportation option. Yet, this process has not stopped an engineering firm in California from playing the long odds. The company is building a prototype called the Switchblade, and it hopes to sell a do-it-yourself kit as early as 2015. Attractive design and the promise of having air and ground transport in one package have kept alive dreams of a flying vehicle. A three-wheel design was chosen because it meets the definition of a motorcycle, which is not as highly regulated as cars are. For example, motorcycles do not need bumpers, which would make a flying vehicle heavier and more expensive. As the company envisions it, occupants would sit in the aerodynamic Switchblade, in climate-controlled luxury with an instrument display that switches from air to ground readings on landing. The Switchblade will succeed, the company believes, because it will transform easily between transportation in the air and on the ground. If pilots encountered bad weather while flying, they could put down at an airstrip, fold in the wings and finish the trip by travelling on the ground with no manual disassembly. The reality, however, is more complicated, given that aircraft are prohibited from operating on roads and tightly regulated as to how close they can fly to homes, military installations and environmentally sensitive areas.

The Switchblade will not have traditional bumpers as these would ----.

A
make the do-it-yourself kit more complex
B
make the vehicle look unattractive
C
add to the cost of the product
D
require more detailed regulation
E
be impossible to use on a three-wheel design
Soru 2

It is safe to bet that a flying motorcycle will never be a practical transportation option. Yet, this process has not stopped an engineering firm in California from playing the long odds. The company is building a prototype called the Switchblade, and it hopes to sell a do-it-yourself kit as early as 2015. Attractive design and the promise of having air and ground transport in one package have kept alive dreams of a flying vehicle. A three-wheel design was chosen because it meets the definition of a motorcycle, which is not as highly regulated as cars are. For example, motorcycles do not need bumpers, which would make a flying vehicle heavier and more expensive. As the company envisions it, occupants would sit in the aerodynamic Switchblade, in climate-controlled luxury with an instrument display that switches from air to ground readings on landing. The Switchblade will succeed, the company believes, because it will transform easily between transportation in the air and on the ground. If pilots encountered bad weather while flying, they could put down at an airstrip, fold in the wings and finish the trip by travelling on the ground with no manual disassembly. The reality, however, is more complicated, given that aircraft are prohibited from operating on roads and tightly regulated as to how close they can fly to homes, military installations and environmentally sensitive areas.

It can be inferred from the passage that ----.

A
the government is quite supportive of the company’s efforts to produce a flying motorcycle
B
a flying motorcycle will never be really popularly used
C
there is a lot of demand for such an innovative product as a flying motorcycle
D
the company will spend a lot of money as it develops this new product
E
the development of a flying motorcycle will not be based on scientific principles
Soru 3

It is safe to bet that a flying motorcycle will never be a practical transportation option. Yet, this process has not stopped an engineering firm in California from playing the long odds. The company is building a prototype called the Switchblade, and it hopes to sell a do-it-yourself kit as early as 2015. Attractive design and the promise of having air and ground transport in one package have kept alive dreams of a flying vehicle. A three-wheel design was chosen because it meets the definition of a motorcycle, which is not as highly regulated as cars are. For example, motorcycles do not need bumpers, which would make a flying vehicle heavier and more expensive. As the company envisions it, occupants would sit in the aerodynamic Switchblade, in climate-controlled luxury with an instrument display that switches from air to ground readings on landing. The Switchblade will succeed, the company believes, because it will transform easily between transportation in the air and on the ground. If pilots encountered bad weather while flying, they could put down at an airstrip, fold in the wings and finish the trip by travelling on the ground with no manual disassembly. The reality, however, is more complicated, given that aircraft are prohibited from operating on roads and tightly regulated as to how close they can fly to homes, military installations and environmentally sensitive areas.

According to the passage, one of the biggest advantages of the Switchblade is that it will ----.

A
be easy to switch from flying to driving mode
B
take fewer resources to build
C
have the capacity to fly in all weather conditions
D
look luxurious but be quite inexpensive
E
be able to land on all types of roads
Soru 4

It is safe to bet that a flying motorcycle will never be a practical transportation option. Yet, this process has not stopped an engineering firm in California from playing the long odds. The company is building a prototype called the Switchblade, and it hopes to sell a do-it-yourself kit as early as 2015. Attractive design and the promise of having air and ground transport in one package have kept alive dreams of a flying vehicle. A three-wheel design was chosen because it meets the definition of a motorcycle, which is not as highly regulated as cars are. For example, motorcycles do not need bumpers, which would make a flying vehicle heavier and more expensive. As the company envisions it, occupants would sit in the aerodynamic Switchblade, in climate-controlled luxury with an instrument display that switches from air to ground readings on landing. The Switchblade will succeed, the company believes, because it will transform easily between transportation in the air and on the ground. If pilots encountered bad weather while flying, they could put down at an airstrip, fold in the wings and finish the trip by travelling on the ground with no manual disassembly. The reality, however, is more complicated, given that aircraft are prohibited from operating on roads and tightly regulated as to how close they can fly to homes, military installations and environmentally sensitive areas.

The author of the passage believes that ----.

A
building the Switchblade is more difficult than people realize
B
there could be problems that the company has not taken into consideration
C
it is unrealistic to say there will be no manual disassembly
D
the military authorities will never approve of the production of the Switchblade
E
a flying motorcycle could be damaging to the environment
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