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Cumulative Test

Cumulative Test

This activity contains 50 questions.

Question 1
1 Auditory learners learn by listening.
   
 
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Question 2
2 Most people use only one learning style.
   
 
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Question 3
3 It is often better to work with a study group than to study alone.
   
 
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Question 4
4 As long as you can get in a couple of long study sessions each week, you should do fine in anatomy.
   
 
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Question 5
5 If your teacher provides lecture notes, you don't need to take anything to class.
   
 
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Question 6
6 Good lecture notes are finished after class.
   
 
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Question 7
7 Memorizing is the most effective way to tackle the mountain of material covered in anatomy and physiology.
   
 
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Question 8
8 Drawing a concept map is a very good way to see relationships between information.
   
 
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Question 9
9 If you have good lecture notes, a quick reading of the chapter in the book will be sufficient.
   
 
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Question 10
10 It is always important to go back over your exam before turning it in so you can change any answers of which you were initially uncertain.
   
 
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Question 11
11 Match each item on the left with the correct item on the right.

Using the pull-down menus, match each item in the left column to the corresponding item in the right column.
A 7/9
B 1 inch
C Temperature
D Ratio
E 1/4
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Question 12
12 The mean of 9, 12, and 21 is
 
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Question 13
13 What is your course grade, in percent, if you have received the following grades: 18 out of 20 on a quiz, 72 out of 100 on a test, 20 out of 30 on a take-home assignment, and 44 out of 50 on a lab exam?
 
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Question 14
14 [4/2] + 6 - 8 =
 
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Question 15
15 If a man's pulse is 70 beats per minute, how many times does his heart beat in an hour?
 
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Question 17
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Question 18
18 Match the term on the left with its meaning on the right.

Using the pull-down menus, match each item in the left column to the corresponding item in the right column.
A Study of the skin
B Disease of the heart
C Fat tissue cell
D Surgical opening of the windpipe
E Inflammation of the gums
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Question 20
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Question 21
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Question 22
22 Which of the following is an acronym?
 
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Question 23
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Question 24
24 Match the items on the left with the related phrases on the right.

Using the pull-down menus, match each item in the left column to the corresponding item in the right column.
A Provides nutrients
B Ovaries, uterus
C Moves things
D Transports materials throughout the body
E Keeps you healthy
F Rids the body of waste
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Question 26
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Question 27
27 Cartilage is a form of epithelial tissue.
   
 
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Question 28
28 The fact that skin is thicker where there is more wear and tear is an example of the idea that "form fits function."
   
 
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Question 29
29 Match the term on the left with the related phrase on the right.

Using the pull-down menus, match each item in the left column to the corresponding item in the right column.
A C6H12O6
B Outside the nucleus
C Two or more atoms bonded.
D Positive charge
E Hydrolysis
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Question 30
30 In the equation:

A + B --> AB

The substances on the left side of the arrow are called ________.
 
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Question 31
31 A property of water that is a result of its polarity is
 
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Question 32
32 The electrons involved in chemical interactions are in
 
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Question 33
33 All organic compounds contain carbon and nitrogen.
   
 
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Question 34
34 Which of the following are the monomers from which proteins are made?
 
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Question 35
35 What kind of compounds release hydrogen ions in water?
 
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Question 36
36 What happens during dehydration synthesis?
 
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Question 37
37 Which of the following pH values is acidic?
 
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Question 38
38 Which of the following is a monomer?
 
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Question 39
39 What units measure the amount of energy in food?
 
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Question 41
41 Match the structure on the left with its function on the right.

Using the pull-down menus, match each item in the left column to the corresponding item in the right column.
A Propels a cell forward
B Material that contains genes
C Protein synthesis
D Directs movements of chromosomes during cell reproduction
E Lipid synthesis
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Question 42
42 Eukaryotic cells
 
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Question 43
43 Cell theory says that
 
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Question 44
44 When molecules move against their concentration gradient, it is called ______.
 
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Question 47
47 The cytoskeleton is made of very tiny bones inside each cell that help maintain the cell's shape.
   
 
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Question 48
48 Solution A contains more solute than solution B. Which solution is hypertonic?
 
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Question 49
49 During what part of the cell cycle does DNA replication occur?
 
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Question 50
50 What happens during meiosis?
 
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