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General Science

Reproductive haploids are also known as:

gametes

Reproductive (haploid) cells known as gametes have half as many (23) pairs of chromosomes as normal (diploid) cells. When the male gamete (sperm) combines with the female gamete (ovum) through meiosis to form a zygote, each gamete supplies half the chromosomes needed to form the normal diploid cells.

General Science

Examples of tertiary consumers include:

sharks

Tertiary consumers eat primary consumers and secondary consumers and are typically carnivorous predators. Tertiary consumers may also be omnivores. Examples include wolves, sharks, and human beings.

Automotive Information

Piston rings are responsible for which of the following?

regulating oil distribution inside the cylinder

Cylinders act as a guide for the pistons that translate the heat energy of combustion into the mechanical energy necessary to move a vehicle. Piston rings seal the piston to the cylinder to contain combustion gases and also regulate the oil distribution between the piston and cylinder wall. A cylinder head closes in the top of the cylinder forming the combustion chamber which is sealed by a head gasket (head). The head provides space for air and fuel intake valves, exhaust valves, and mounts for spark plugs and fuel injectors.

General Science

Menstruation occurs when:

the ovum fails to become fertilized

If the ovum fails to become fertilized, the lining of the uterus sloughs off during menstruation. From puberty to menopause, this cycle of menstruation repeats monthly (except during pregnancy).

Math Knowledge

Which types of triangles will always have at least two sides of equal length?

equilateral and isosceles

An isosceles triangle has two sides of equal length. An equilateral triangle has three sides of equal length. In a right triangle, two sides meet at a right angle.

Automotive Information

What's the name of the high-voltage winding in the ignition coil?

secondary coil winding

The ignition coil is a high-voltage transformer made up of two coils of wire. The primary coil winding is the low-voltage winding and has relatively few turns of heavy wire. The secondary coil winding is the high-voltage winding that surrounds the primary and is made up of thousands of turns of fine wire. Current flows from the battery through the primary coil winding which creates a changing magnetic field inside the secondary coil. This induces a very high-voltage current in the secondary coil which it feeds to the distributor.

Arithmetic Reasoning

The total water usage for a city is 50,000 gallons each day. Of that total, 32% is for personal use and 59% is for industrial use. How many more gallons of water each day is consumed for industrial use over personal use?

13,500

59% of the water consumption is industrial use and 32% is personal use so (59% - 32%) = 27% more water is used for industrial purposes. 50,000 gallons are consumed daily so industry consumes \( \frac{27}{100} \) x 50,000 gallons = 13,500 gallons.

Automotive Information

For inline cylinder arrangements in an engine, how are the cylinders numbered?

sequentially from the front of the engine to the back

Inline cylinder arrangements number cylinders sequentially (1, 2, 3, ...) front to rear.

Electronics Information

A transistor to an electronic circuit is like a _______________ to a house?

gate

A transistor works by allowing a small amount of current applied at the base to control general current flow from collector to emitter through the transistor. A transistor acts as a gate or switch for electronic signals.

General Science

Which of the following members of the food chain are most alike?

scavengers and decomposers

Like decomposers, scavengers also break down the dead bodies of plants and animals into simple nutrients. The difference is that scavengers operate on much larger refuse and dead animals (carrion). Decomposers then consume the much smaller particles left over by the scavengers.