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Question No: 151

Based on the information,

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Which practice would best protect a human being from the damaging effects of windchill on a severe day?

  1. Dress the same at any other time of the year.

  2. When outdoors, stay close to other people.

  3. Stay outdoors as much as possible to get used to the windchill.

  4. Go indoors occasionally to warm up and wear a coat and gloves when outside.

  5. Cover all the parts of your body with warm, waterproof, insulated clothing.

Answer: E

Question No: 152

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Using the chart and the information provided, what is the windchill at a wind speed of 25 mph and a temperature of 15掳 F?

A. -29掳 F

B. -25掳 F

C. -22掳 F

D. -17掳 F

E. -15掳 F

Answer: C

Question No: 153

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When an object is being raised against gravity, work is being done. Gravity is the force that must be overcome to lift an object. The amount of work done is determined by how high the object is lifted and the mass of the object. The higher an object is lifted, the more work is done.

If each book in the diagrams has the same mass, which diagram shows the most work done?

  1. A

  2. B

  3. C

  4. D

  5. E

Answer: E

Question No: 154

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Which item would be most likely to contain calcium carbonate as a major ingredient?

  1. a wooden table

  2. a concrete block

  3. an automobile tire

  4. an apple

  5. a cotton shirt

Answer: B

Question No: 155

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Iceland spar, a form of calcite, is transparent and colorless. It is used in some optical equipment such as special microscopes. Which characteristic describes Iceland spar?

  1. very pure

  2. a liquid at 70掳 F

  3. highly water-soluble

  4. a chalky powder

  5. extremely toxic

Answer: A

Question No: 156

The diagram of the upper arm shows the human biceps and triceps muscles, with the biceps labeled “A” and the triceps “B”.

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Based on the diagram, which movement would cause muscle A (biceps) to contract fully?

  1. lifting a book from a desk to one’s shoulder

  2. touching one’s toes

  3. dialing the telephone

  4. writing a note

  5. turning a doorknob

Answer: A

Question No: 157

Based on the graph,

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Which conclusion best describes the level of pollution during this period of time?

  1. increased significantly

  2. remained about the same

  3. was highest in the springtime

  4. increased only from year 8 to 9

  5. decreased in the last 20 years

Answer: A

Question No: 158

Air is a mixture of gases, mostly nitrogen and oxygen, but it also contains a small amount of water vapor. Depending on its temperature, water can exist in any of the three states of matter.

In the diagram at the left, water droplets have formed on the outside of the can, and the can contains pieces of ice.

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Based on the information and diagram, which statement regarding the droplets on the outside of the can is the most accurate?

  1. The can leaked water from the ice cubes as they melted.

  2. The ice in the can cooled the air around the can, causing the water droplet formation.

  3. Liquid on the can is CO2 from the exhaled air of the observers of the demonstration.

  4. Many more droplets would have appeared if a styrofoam cup had been substituted for the tin can.

  5. Many more droplets will form on the outside of the can on a windy day, when the air is less humid.

Answer: B

Question No: 159

When single cells reproduce, 1 cell produces 2 cells. These 2 cells produce 4 cells. These 4 cells produce 8 cells, and so on. This growth results in an increase in the number of cells.

Which assumption must be made to understand why the cell number increases in this way?

  1. The number of cells is no more than 8.

  2. Cells must be observed under the microscope.

  3. The cells are too small to see with the naked eye.

  4. All the cells formed can divide.

  5. Mutations are occurring as the cells reproduce.

Answer: D

Question No: 160

Pressure is explained as the force (a push or a pull) applied on a surface, divided by the total area over which the force is applied. For example, more pressure is exerted under Abby’s heel wearing spiked heel shoes than under Abby’s heel wearing flat heeled shoes.

In figure A, the man is walking in snow with snowshoes and does not sink into the deep snow. In figure B, the man has no snowshoes on and immediately sinks into the deep snow.

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What would cause the man in figure A to sink less deeply into the snow than the man in figure B?

  1. The man in figure B is much heavier than the man in figure A.

  2. The man in figure A is much heavier than the man in figure B.

  3. The man in figure A has his weight spread out over the area covered by the snowshoe, which lessens the pressure.

  4. The man in figure B has his weight spread out over the small area covered by his running shoes, which lessens the pressure.

  5. The man in figure A has his weight spread out over the area covered by the snowshoe, which increases the pressure.

Answer: C

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