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Question No: 1

George’s duties include serving meals, giving medication, scheduling tests, changing linens, and taking people’s blood pressures.

What is George’s profession?

  1. housekeeper

  2. medical technician

  3. admissions clerk

  4. education aid

  5. nurse

Answer: E

Question No: 2

For which activity is an environmental scientist likely to be qualified?

  1. advising on diet planning

  2. prescribing medication

  3. analysing air pollution data

  4. running audiovisual equipment

  5. repairing computer equipment

Answer: C

Question No: 3

Absorption is a process by which substances take in matter. During absorption, the matter becomes dispersed throughout the absorbing material.

Which is an example of absorption?

  1. ice freezing in a tray

  2. a candle burning

  3. margarine melting in a frying pan

  4. writing on paper with a lead pencil

  5. water held in a sponge

Answer: E

Question No: 4

Burning paper requires the chemical combination of oxygen in the air with the material composing the paper. Which would cause the paper to burn faster?

  1. wetting the paper before burning

  2. using a thicker piece of paper

  3. using only pastel shades of paper

  4. putting the burning paper in a closed container

  5. increasing the oxygen around the paper

Answer: E

Question No: 5

Adults generally breathe in and out 12 to 20 times per minute. People sitting down breathe more slowly than those standing up. The older adults become, the more slowly they breathe. Children breathe twice as fast as adults. Women generally breathe faster than men.

Which of the following persons would most likely breathe the slowest?

  1. a 10-year-old girl standing up

  2. a 15-year-old boy sitting down

  3. a 15-year-old girl sitting down

  4. a 50-year-old man sitting down

  5. a 50-year-old woman standing up

Answer: D

Question No: 6

Examine the following graph.

One wavelength is the distance from one crest of a wave to the next crest or from a trough (low point of a wave) to the next trough. The frequency of a wave is the number of crests that pass any given point each second.

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Which section represents one complete wavelength?

  1. A to B

  2. A to D

  3. C to E

  4. C to F

  5. D to E

Answer: C

Question No: 7

One wavelength is the distance from one crest of a wave to the next crest or from a trough (low point of a wave) to the next trough. The frequency of a wave is the number of crests that pass any given point each second.

Which of the following waves demonstrates the LOWEST frequency?

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  1. Option A

  2. Option B

  3. Option C

  4. Option D

Answer: A

Question No: 8

Mai Ling’s lunch consists of a tuna fish sandwich on whole wheat bread with lettuce, a glass of milk, and carrot sticks.

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According to the table at the left, which nutrient is missing?

  1. protein

  2. carbohydrates

  3. vitamin A

  4. B vitamins

  5. vitamin C

Answer: E

Question No: 9

Different enzymes in the human digestive system can digest food material only at specific levels of acidity (pH).

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Based on the information, what can be concluded about enzymes in the digestive system?

  1. Enzymes become active in the large intestine.

  2. The digestive system contains few enzymes.

  3. Much of the food we eat cannot be digested.

  4. Food is digested only in the stomach.

  5. Different enzymes are active in different parts of the digestive system.

Answer: E

Question No: 10

The death rate from heart disease fell more than 8 percent in just one year during the 1980s. Advances in public awareness of heart disease and in treatments for it are thought to be partially responsible for the decline. New heart drugs, a technique called angioplasty

for clearing the arteries, and surgical advances have also assisted in reducing heart disease fatalities, as has increased interest in a healthy lifestyle and diet.

Which of the following was a contributing factor for the more than 8-percent decrease in heart disease mortality between 1988 and 1989?

  1. New kinds of heart medicine became available for public use.

  2. Sunscreen products were used more frequently.

  3. More people used the “buddy system” while engaging in strenuous activities.

  4. Exercise fads became less popular.

  5. More people regularly slept 8 hours per night.

Answer: A

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