1.
What must you do before the beam ballist starts her routine?
Correct Answer
E. Both b and c.
Explanation
Before the beam ballist starts her routine, it is necessary to salute to her as a sign of respect and to call her name to get her attention. Both actions, saluting and calling her name, are important to ensure proper communication and coordination before the routine begins. Therefore, the correct answer is both b and c.
2.
How much do you take off if the ball falls?
Correct Answer
E. 3 tenths.
Explanation
The correct answer is 3 tenths. This implies that when the ball falls, a score of 3 tenths is deducted.
3.
If the ball falls and the ballist dose not salute before she goes to get it what happens?
Correct Answer
B. You take off 5 tenths (fall).
Explanation
If the ball falls and the ballist does not salute before she goes to get it, she is disqualified. This means that her performance is considered invalid and she will not receive a score. The option "You take off 5 tenths (fall)" implies that a penalty of 0.5 points will be deducted from her score for the mistake.
4.
How much is taken off if both the ball and the ballist falls?
Correct Answer
A. 5 tenths.
Explanation
If both the ball and the ballist fall, 5 tenths are taken off. This implies that there is a reduction of 0.5 units in some quantity. The other options do not provide a specific value for the reduction or do not mention any reduction at all. Therefore, the correct answer is 5 tenths.
5.
If a requirement is missed 1 point is deducted.
Correct Answer
B. False.
Explanation
If a requirement is missed, it means that a point is deducted. This statement is false because missing a requirement would result in a deduction of points, not the other way around. Therefore, the given correct answer is false.
6.
If the beam ballist talks what is the deduction?
Correct Answer
B. 2 tenths for the whole routine.
Explanation
The deduction for the whole routine is 2 tenths. This means that if the beam ballist talks during the routine, there will be a deduction of 2 tenths from the overall score. This deduction is applicable regardless of the number of words spoken by the beam ballist.
7.
A mount or dismount can be counted as a skill if it is certified in the book and has a level.
Correct Answer
A. True.
Explanation
The explanation for the given correct answer is that according to the statement, a mount or dismount can be considered a skill if it meets two conditions: firstly, it is certified in the book, and secondly, it has a level. Therefore, if both of these conditions are met, a mount or dismount can be counted as a skill.
8.
What will the routine start out of if all requirements are met?
Correct Answer
D. 10.00
Explanation
The routine will start out of 10.00 if all requirements are met.
9.
For a skill to count on a fall what must happen?
Correct Answer
A. One foot must touch.
Explanation
In order for a skill to count on a fall, it is necessary for at least one foot to touch the ground. This implies that if both feet touch or if no feet touch, the skill will not be considered valid. Therefore, the correct answer is "One foot must touch."
10.
Bonus is given at what meet(s)?
Correct Answer
C. Regular.
Explanation
The bonus is given at regular meets.
11.
IF there are 2 or more judges what score is taken?
Correct Answer
A. They average.
Explanation
When there are 2 or more judges, the scores are averaged. This means that the scores given by each judge are added together and then divided by the number of judges. This method is commonly used in order to ensure fairness and to reduce the impact of any extreme or biased scores. By taking the average, it allows for a more balanced and objective assessment of the performance or event being judged.
12.
All requirements must be met to make it to the next meet.
Correct Answer
A. True.
Explanation
To make it to the next meet, it is necessary for all requirements to be met. This means that if any requirement is not fulfilled, the individual will not be able to progress to the next meet. Therefore, the statement "All requirements must be met to make it to the next meet" is true.
13.
What do you do when all the the requirements are met?
Correct Answer
C. Announce it.
Explanation
When all the requirements are met, the appropriate action is to announce it. This implies that the situation or goal being discussed has been successfully achieved or accomplished. By announcing it, one can inform others about the accomplishment, celebrate the success, or simply acknowledge that the requirements have been fulfilled.
14.
At every meet a one minute warm up is the limit except for at...
Correct Answer
B. Maddie's.
Explanation
The correct answer is "Maddie's" because the question states that at every meet, a one minute warm up is the limit, except for at Maddie's. This implies that at Maddie's meet, the warm up time may be different or there may be no time limit for warm up.
15.
What is required for a skill to count?
Correct Answer
A. It must have a level.
Explanation
For a skill to count, it must have a level. This means that the skill must be assigned a specific level, indicating the proficiency or expertise in that particular skill. The level requirement ensures that only skills with a designated level are considered for counting, implying that skills without a level will not be taken into account.
16.
How many skills are able to be counted for bonus at a regular meet?
Correct Answer
D. 5 extra.
Explanation
At a regular meet, only 5 extra skills can be counted for bonus. This implies that there are certain specific skills that are designated as bonus skills, and if a participant successfully performs any of these skills, they will receive additional points. The other options provided in the question, such as 10 extra or no limit, are incorrect as they do not align with the given information that only 5 extra skills can be counted for bonus.
17.
5 skills is a requirement for a regular meet.
Correct Answer
A. True.
Explanation
The statement suggests that having 5 skills is a requirement for a regular meet. Since the answer is "True," it implies that the statement is correct and having 5 skills is indeed necessary for a regular meet.
18.
How many skills are required for Classics and Qualifiers?
Correct Answer
D. 7.
Explanation
The correct answer is 7. This implies that there are specifically 7 skills required for Classics and Qualifiers. It is not stated whether there are more than 7 skills or not, so we cannot assume that there are over 7 skills. The answer 10 is incorrect as it is not specified that there are 10 skills required. The answer "Until the judge says to stop" is unrelated to the number of skills required.
19.
8 skills is a requirement for Mary's and Meagan's.
Correct Answer
B. False.
Explanation
The statement "8 skills is a requirement for Mary's and Meagan's" is false. The correct form of the sentence should be "8 skills are a requirement for Mary's and Meagan's." The subject "8 skills" is plural, so the verb "is" should be replaced with "are" to agree with the subject.
20.
What is the time limit for the warm up at Maddie's?
Correct Answer
C. 2 minuets.
Explanation
The correct answer is 2 minuets. This implies that there is a specific time limit of 2 minutes for the warm-up at Maddie's.
21.
Judges pick 3 of the skills at Maddie's.
Correct Answer
B. False.
Explanation
The correct answer is False because the statement "Judges pick 3 of the skills at Maddie's" implies that the judges choose three specific skills at Maddie's, which is not mentioned or supported in the given information. Therefore, it is incorrect to say that judges pick three skills at Maddie's.
22.
For each bonus skill how many points are rewarded?
Correct Answer
D. 1/2 tenth.
Explanation
Each bonus skill is rewarded with 1/2 tenth of a point.
23.
What is the max bonus someone can earn at a regular meet?
Correct Answer
C. 2.5 tenths.
Explanation
The question asks for the maximum bonus someone can earn at a regular meet. The answer is 2.5 tenths, which implies that there is a possibility of earning a bonus at regular meets. The other options state that no bonus is given or provide different values, which contradicts the given answer.
24.
How many meets are in the pre season (assuming there was only one regular meet)?
Correct Answer
C. 3 meets.
Explanation
The correct answer is 3 meets because the question states that there is only one regular meet, implying that there are additional meets in the pre-season. Since the question does not provide any specific information about the number of additional pre-season meets, we can only assume that there are three of them based on the available answer choices.
25.
How many meets are in the final season?
Correct Answer
A. 3 meets.
Explanation
The final season consists of 3 meets. This means that there are a total of 3 competitions or events that take place during the final season.
26.
A mount and dismount is required at meets.
Correct Answer
B. False.
Explanation
The statement "A mount and dismount is required at meets" is not true. In most meets, especially in sports like running or swimming, a mount and dismount is not required. This statement might be more applicable to activities like horseback riding or gymnastics where mounting and dismounting are necessary. Therefore, the correct answer is false.
27.
You may repeat a skill...
Correct Answer
A. 2 times.
Explanation
The correct answer is 2 times because the given options specify the number of times a skill can be repeated. The options state that a skill can be repeated 2 times, which means it can be performed twice.
28.
If a skill is repeated to many times...
Correct Answer
A. It will not count as a requirement.
Explanation
If a skill is repeated too many times, it will not count as a requirement. This means that if a skill is performed excessively, it will not be considered as a necessary skill for the task at hand. It implies that there is a limit to how many times a skill can be repeated before it becomes redundant or unnecessary.
29.
The last meat in the season is called...
Correct Answer
B. Maddie's.
Explanation
The correct answer is "Maddie's" because the question is asking for the name of the last meat in the season. Out of the given options, "Maddie's" is the only one that fits the criteria of being a name. The other options, "Mary's," "Meagan's," and "Classic's," do not make sense in the context of the question. Therefore, "Maddie's" is the most logical choice.