New SAT Reading Practice Test 99: Leading Causes of Traumatic Brain Injuries

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Leading Causes of Traumatic Brain Injuries

Source: Centers for Disease Control

1. Based on the evidence in the graph, which of the following is true?

  • A. People are four times as likely to be involved in a fall than assaulted.
  • B. Increased seat belt use would decrease the number of traumatic brain injuries from motor vehicle accidents.
  • C. 21% of the causes of traumatic brain injury are unknown.
  • D. Other and "Assault" account for approximately one-third of traumatic brain injuries.

2. According to the graph, 15 out of 100 traumatic brain injuries are caused by

  • A. motor vehicle accidents.
  • B. unintentional blunt trauma.
  • C. assault.
  • D. falls.