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Sample Practice Test Questions

General Science

In the metric system, what prefix represents 103?

kilo

Kilo is the metric system prefix for 103.

General Science

Atoms of an element whose atoms can vary in the number of neutrons in their nucleus are called which of the following?

isotopes

The atomic mass of an element listed in the Periodic Table represents the average mass of a single atom of that element and is measured in atomic mass units (amu). This number is an average as some elements have isotopes with atoms that vary in their number of neturons and, therefore, differ in weight.

Math Knowledge
12

The dimensions of this trapezoid are a = 4, b = 8, c = 7, d = 4, and h = 2. What is the area?

12

The area of a trapezoid is one-half the sum of the lengths of the parallel sides multiplied by the height:

a = ½(b + d)(h)
a = ½(8 + 4)(2)
a = ½(12)(2)
a = ½(24) = \( \frac{24}{2} \)
a = 12

Arithmetic Reasoning

4! = ?

4 x 3 x 2 x 1

A factorial has the form n! and is the product of the integer (n) and all the positive integers below it. For example, 5! = 5 x 4 x 3 x 2 x 1 = 120.

Arithmetic Reasoning

A sports card collection contains football, baseball, and basketball cards. If the ratio of football to baseball cards is 5 to 2 and the ratio of baseball to basketball cards is 5 to 1, what is the ratio of football to basketball cards?

25:2

The ratio of football cards to baseball cards is 5:2 and the ratio of baseball cards to basketball cards is 5:1. To solve this problem, we need the baseball card side of each ratio to be equal so we need to rewrite the ratios in terms of a common number of baseball cards. (Think of this like finding the common denominator when adding fractions.) The ratio of football to baseball cards can also be written as 25:10 and the ratio of baseball cards to basketball cards as 10:2. So, the ratio of football cards to basketball cards is football:baseball, baseball:basketball or 25:10, 10:2 which reduces to 25:2.

Word Knowledge
The statesman extolled the ambassador who single–handedly negotiated the peace treaty.
glorify
To praise highly.
Word Knowledge
The drab winter scene made Keisha long for the vibrant colors of spring.
dreary
Dull, monotonous.
General Science

Which part of the respiratory system helps protect against infection?

pharynx

After air enters through the nose, it passes through the nasal cavity which filters, moistens, and warms it. Further filtering takes place in the pharynx, which also helps protect against infection, and then in the trachea which is just past the epiglottis, responsible for preventing food from entering the airway.

General Science

The biosphere consists of which of the following?

all of these

The biosphere is the global ecological system integrating all living beings and their relationships. This includes their interactions with the lithosphere (the rigid outer part of the earth, consisting of the crust and upper mantle), hydrosphere (all surface water), and atmosphere (the envelope of gases surrounding the planet).

General Science

Generally, an atom has __________ negative electrons orbiting the nucleus as it does positive protons inside.

equal numbers of

An electron is a subatomic particle that orbits the nucleus of an atom. It carries a negative electric charge. Generally, an atom has the same number of negative electrons orbiting the nucleus as it does positive protons inside.