Reading Quizzes & Trivia
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Sample QuestionWhich event led to steps to strengthen IAEA safeguards and the development of the Additional Protocol?
Prentice Hall: BiologySections 5-1, 5-2
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Sample QuestionPopulation is determined by geographic distribution, biomass, and number of predators vs. number of plants.
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Sample QuestionFinding a job advert in the local newspaper
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Sample QuestionHow often do you read for enjoyment?
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Sample QuestionSignificant features of the Paleolithic Age include each of the following EXCEPT
Please choose one of the options as the correct answer.
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Sample QuestionThe tiger and the Lion are friendship since they are chilhood
Quiz over the problems of flooding. Measures to reduce wasting of water and going green with water.
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Sample QuestionFloodplains do all of the follwoing except...
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Sample QuestionWhat is a Librocubicularist?
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Sample QuestionBelow 160 Read the story.Mother was getting ready for Sandy’s surprise tomorrow. She had baked a cake and invited all of Sandy’s friends. Now all she needed was seven candles for the cake.Tomorrow would be…
1. Complete the 36 questions from the readings.
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Let’s talk about science! In this quiz, we’ll take a look at a host of scientific subjects like the nitrogen cycle, gases in the atmosphere, the carbon cycle, the phosphorous cycle and more. How many can you get right?
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Sample QuestionAll of the following are sources of phosphorous except
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Sample Question1. The word “pose” in the passage is closest in meaning to
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Sample QuestionThe following label has a major flaw: SERVING SIZE: 1 slice Total carb grams: 10 grams Dietary fiber: 11 grams carb Sugar: 2 grams carb
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Sample QuestionWhich of the following is a biography?
Directions: Read the passages below and answer the corresponding questions. You have 10 minutes to read and answer the questions. Passage 1 is about the Alaskan Pipeline and Passage 2 is about hurricans and passage 3...
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Sample QuestionThe Alaska pipeline starts at the frozen edge of the Arctic Ocean. It stretches southward across the largest and northernmost state in the United States, ending at a remote ice-free seaport village nearly Line 800 miles from where it begins. It is massive in size and extremely (5) complicated to operate. The steel pipe crosses windswept plains and endless miles of delicate tundra that tops the frozen ground. It weaves through crooked canyons, climbs sheer mountains, plunges over rocky crags, makes its way through thick forests, and passes over or (10) under hundreds of rivers and streams. The pipe is 4 feet in diameter, and up to 2 million barrels (or 84 million gallons) of crude oil can be pumped through it daily. Resting on H-shaped steel racks called "bents," long sections of the pipeline follow a zigzag course high above the frozen earth. (15) Other long sections drop out of sight beneath spongy or rocky ground and return to the surface later on. The pattern of the pipeline's up-and-down route is determined by the often harsh demands of the arctic and subarctic climate, the tortuous lay of the land, and the varied compositions of soil, rock, or permafrost (20) (permanently frozen ground). A little more than half of the pipeline is elevated above the ground. The remainder is buried anywhere from 3 to 12 feet, depending largely upon the type of terrain and the properties of the soil. One of the largest in the world, the pipeline cost approximately (25) $8 billion and is by far the biggest and most expensive construction project ever undertaken by private industry. In fact, no single business could raise that much money, so 8 major oil companies formed a consortium in order to share the costs. Each company controlled oil rights to particular shares of land in the oil fields and (30) paid into the pipeline-construction fund according to the size of its holdings. Today, despite enormous problems of climate, supply shortages, equipment breakdowns, labor disagreements, treacherous terrain, a certain amount of mismanagement, and even theft, the (Question1) The passage primarily discusses the pipeline's... Alaska pipeline has been completed and is operating.
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Sample QuestionWater covers about ____________ of the earth's surface.
Read the text and answer thye question bellow
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Sample QuestionMost icebergs are formed in the waters of the world's polara and subpolar regions. These are the regions in and around the North and South Poles. Icebergs melt as they encounter warmer ocean breezes closer to the equator. This happens with most, but not all, icebergs. One record- setting iceberg managed to travel further from the frigid wayers near the poles than any other iceberg has been known to travel. In 1894, an iceberg broke off from Antartica in the south and began moving slowly northward. It eventually left the very cold water near the pole and entered warmers waters. This unsual iceberg managed to get amazingly close to the equator. It was observed at a latitude of about 26 degrees south of the equator. This is on the same latitude as Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, which is famous for its comfortably warm waters and weather throughout the year. The subject of the passage is
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Sample QuestionIdentify the prepositional phrase in the sentence.1. The tired swimmers competed for gold medals.
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Sample Question1. A cockroach _________.
This is a DEMO CENNI test in order to practice and prepare yourselves for the exam
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Sample QuestionEconomics is the social science that deals with the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. Business may refer to any gainful economic activity or, more narrowly, to organizations that produce and distribute commodities. Basically, economics is a branch of investigation and study, while business connotes activity. Yet, the two terms increasingly overlap. Once thought of as a knack or skill that could never be taught in school, business has developed claims to scientific status in the twentieth century. Today, there are schools of business administration that, much like departments of economics, engage in study and research.Both economic theory and the growing emphasis on the study of business have spilled over from the universities into the public forum. The budget deficit, foreign trade deficit, and stock market boom of the 1980s and early 1990s have combined with the recent recession and decline of interest rates to pique popular interest in economic issues. Less obvious but no less important, the deregulation of financial institutions by the federal government, the vast growth of pension funds within the last twenty years, and recent changes in the federal tax code have raised the threshold of financial knowledge for Americans. As late as the 1950s, banks rarely advertised, savings and loan associations did not offer checking accounts, and insurance companies concentrated on selling insurance. Now, all of these institutions advertise and compete with one another by offering similar services. For example, all of them offer pension and retirement plans, and individual investors must be able to sort out and assess their rival claims.To do so, ordinary Americans need not become professors of economics; but they must understand the difference between stocks and bonds, and they should understand why the stock market tends to decline when the interest rates rise What is the topic of the passage?
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Sample QuestionWhat is Newton's first law of motion?
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Sample QuestionPetroleum is a gooey liquid consisting primarily of
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Sample QuestionWhich of the following do we know the least about?
Use the passages and charts provided to help you answer the following questions.
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Sample QuestionWhat is the main idea of the 2nd paragraph?