Gabarito FUVEST - Provas Anteriores

Questão 62
2014História

(FUVEST 2014) Entre os fatores que permitem associar o contexto histórico de Portugal, na década de 1970, às independências de suas colônias na África, encontram-se

Questão 63
2014História

(FUVEST 2014) A fotografia acima, tirada em Beijing, China, em 1989, pode ser identificada, corretamente, como

Questão 64
2014História

(FUVEST 2014) No h trabalho, nem gnero de vida no mundo mais parecido cruz e paixo de Cristo, que o vosso em um destes engenhos [...]. A paixo de Cristo parte foi de noite sem dormir, parte foi de dia sem descansar, e tais so as vossas noites e os vossos dias. Cristo despido, e vs despidos; Cristo sem comer, e vs famintos; Cristo em tudo maltratado, e vs maltratados em tudo. Os ferros, as prises, os aoites, as chagas, os nomes afrontosos, de tudo isto se compe a vossa imitao, que, se for acompanhada de pacincia, tambm ter merecimento e martrio[...]. De todos os mistrios da vida, morte e ressurreio de Cristo, os que pertencem por condio aos pretos, e como por herana, so os mais dolorosos. P. Antnio Vieira, Sermo dcimo quarto. In: I. Incio T. Lucca (orgs.). Documentos do Brasil colonial. So Paulo: tica, 1993, p.73-75. A partir da leitura do texto acima, escrito pelo padre jesuta Antnio Vieira em 1633, pode-se afirmar, corretamente, que, nas terras portuguesas da Amrica,

Questão 65
2014História

(FUVEST 2014) O tráfico de escravos africanos para o Brasil

Questão 66
2014HistóriaPortuguês

(FUVEST 2014) Em seu contexto de origem, o quadro acima corresponde a uma

Questão 67
2014Português

(FUVEST 2014) Com base na leitura da obra A cidade e as serras, de Eça de Queirós, publicada originalmente em 1901, é correto concluir que, nela, encontra-se

Questão 68
2014História

(Fuvest 2014) A charge satiriza uma prática eleitoral presente no Brasil da chamada Primeira República. Tal prática revelava a

Questão 69
2014Inglês

(FUVEST 2014) A wave of anger is sweeping the cities of the world. The protests have many different origins. In Brazil people rose up against bus fares, in Turkey against a building project. Indonesians have rejected higher fuel prices. In the euro zone they march against austerity, and the Arab spring has become a perma-protest against pretty much everything. Yet just as in 1848, 1968 and 1989, when people also found a collective voice, the demonstrators have much in common. In one country after another, protesters have risen up with bewildering speed. They tend to be ordinary, middle class people, not lobbies with lists of demands. Their mix of revelry and rage condemns the corruption, inefficiency and arrogance of the folk in charge. Nobody can know how 2013 will change the world if at all. In 1989 the Soviet empire teetered and fell. But Marxs belief that 1848 was the first wave of a proletarian revolution was confounded by decades of flourishing capitalism and 1968 did more to change sex than politics. Even now, though, the inchoate significance of 2013 is discernible. And for politicians who want to peddle the same old stuff, news is not good. The Economist, June 29, 2013. Adaptado. (FUVEST 2014) Segundo o texto, os protestos de 2013, em diversos lugares do mundo,

Questão 70
2014Inglês

(FUVEST 2014) A wave of anger is sweeping the cities of the world. The protests have many different origins. In Brazil people rose up against bus fares, in Turkey against a building project. Indonesians have rejected higher fuel prices. In the euro zone they march against austerity, and the Arab spring has become a perma-protest against pretty much everything. Yet just as in 1848, 1968 and 1989, when people also found a collective voice, the demonstrators have much in common. In one country after another, protesters have risen up with bewildering speed. They tend to be ordinary, middle class people, not lobbies with lists of demands. Their mix of revelry and rage condemns the corruption, inefficiency and arrogance of the folk in charge. Nobody can know how 2013 will change the world if at all. In 1989 the Soviet empire teetered and fell. But Marxs belief that 1848 was the first wave of a proletarian revolution was confounded by decades of flourishing capitalism and 1968 did more to change sex than politics. Even now, though, the inchoate significance of 2013 is discernible. And for politicians who want to peddle the same old stuff, news is not good. The Economist, June 29, 2013. Adaptado. (FUVEST 2014) Ao comparar os protestos de 2013 com movimentos polticos passados, afirma-se, no texto, que

Questão 71
2014Inglês

(FUVEST 2014) To live the longest and healthiest life possible, get smarter. Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) data show that past a certain threshold, health and wealth are just weakly correlated. However, overall health is closely tied to how many years people spend in school. Mexico, for instance, has a fifth the per capita gross domestic product (GDP) of the United States, but, for women, more than 50 percent of the latters schooling. In line with the trend, Mexicos female adult mortality rate is only narrowly higher. Vietnam and Yemen have roughly equivalent per capita GDP. Yet Vietnamese women average 6.3 more years in school and are half as likely to die between the ages of 15 and 60. Economic growth is also significantly associated with child mortality reductions, but the magnitude of the association is much smaller than that of increased education, comments Emmanuela Gakidou, IHMEs director of education and training. One year of schooling gives you about 10 percent lower mortality rates, whereas with a 10 percent increase in GDP, your mortality rate would go down only by 1 to 2 percent. Discover, May 31, 2013. Adaptado. (FUVEST 2014) O argumento central do texto é o de que níveis mais altos de escolaridade estão diretamente relacionados a

Questão 72
2014Inglês

(FUVEST 2014) To live the longest and healthiest life possible, get smarter. Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) data show that past a certain threshold, health and wealth are just weakly correlated. However, overall health is closely tied to how many years people spend in school. Mexico, for instance, has a fifth the per capita gross domestic product (GDP) of the United States, but, for women, more than 50 percent of the latters schooling. In line with the trend, Mexicos female adult mortality rate is only narrowly higher. Vietnam and Yemen have roughly equivalent per capita GDP. Yet Vietnamese women average 6.3 more years in school and are half as likely to die between the ages of 15 and 60. Economic growth is also significantly associated with child mortality reductions, but the magnitude of the association is much smaller than that of increased education, comments Emmanuela Gakidou, IHMEs director of education and training. One year of schooling gives you about 10 percent lower mortality rates, whereas with a 10 percent increase in GDP, your mortality rate would go down only by 1 to 2 percent. Discover, May 31, 2013. Adaptado. (FUVEST 2014) No texto, ao se comparar o México aos Estados Unidos, afirma-se que, no México,

Questão 73
2014Inglês

(FUVEST 2014) To live the longest and healthiest life possible, get smarter. Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) data show that past a certain threshold, health and wealth are just weakly correlated. However, overall health is closely tied to how many years people spend in school. Mexico, for instance, has a fifth the per capita gross domestic product (GDP) of the United States, but, for women, more than 50 percent of the latters schooling. In line with the trend, Mexicos female adult mortality rate is only narrowly higher. Vietnam and Yemen have roughly equivalent per capita GDP. Yet Vietnamese women average 6.3 more years in school and are half as likely to die between the ages of 15 and 60. Economic growth is also significantly associated with child mortality reductions, but the magnitude of the association is much smaller than that of increased education, comments Emmanuela Gakidou, IHMEs director of education and training. One year of schooling gives you about 10 percent lower mortality rates, whereas with a 10 percent increase in GDP, your mortality rate would go down only by 1 to 2 percent. Discover, May 31, 2013. Adaptado. (FUVEST 2014) De acordo com o texto, about 10 percent lower mortality rates é resultado de

Questão 74
2014Português

(FUVEST 2014) No texto, empregam-se, de modo mais evidente, dois recursos de intertextualidade: um, o próprio autor o torna explícito; o outro encontra-se em um dos trechos citados abaixo. Indique-o

Questão 75
2014Português

(FUVEST-2014) A tirinha tematiza questões de gênero (masculino e feminino), com base na oposição entre

Questão 76
2014Português

(FUVEST 2014) Leia o seguinte texto, que faz parte de um anúncio de um produto alimentício: EM RESPEITO A SUA NATUREZA, SÓ TRABALHAMOS COM O MELHOR DA NATUREZA Selecionamos só o que a natureza tem de melhor para levar até a sua casa. Porque faz parte da natureza dos nossos consumidores querer produtos saborosos, nutritivos e, acima de tudo, confiáveis. www.destakjornal.com.br, 13/05/2013. Adaptado. Procurando dar maior expressividade ao texto, seu autor