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General Education Part 16
1. Which of the following procedures is used to check the presence of starch?
a. glucose solution
b. iodine solution
c. Benedict’s solution
d. Bromthymul blue
2. Which distinguishing characteristics does a mammal posses?
a. feathers & wings
b. hair & scales
c. hair & mammary glands
3. A humid day is a condition in which the air is?
a. warm & dry
b. cold & dry
c. warm & moist
d. cold & moist
4. One major problem involved in organ transplants
a. age of the recipient
b. antigen-antibody reaction
c. race of recipient
5. Josef wants to know the mass of a piece of metal. What instrument should he use?
a. spring balance
b. equal-arm balance
c. graduated cylinder
d. platform balance
6. To what biome do the Philippines belong to?
a. tropical rainforest
c. dipterocarp forest
7. Tides, cause by gravity, is gradually showing down earth’s rotation speed. A million years from now, scientist predict that earth’s _____.
a. day is longer
b. year is shorter
c. day is shorter
d. year is longer
8. On what earth’s geographical location will a town be to have most nearly twelve hours of light and twelve hours of darkness during winter?
a. halfway between the equator and South Pole
b. close to North Pole
c. close to equator
d. close to South Pole
9. Which one explains why oxygen, a gas, is the largest component of the earth’s crust?
a. oxygen gives earth crust its lightness
b. oxygen is capable of combining with most of the earth’s elements
c. oxygen is the most abundant element
d. oxygen is needed to sustain all life on earth
10. To earth scientist, the most important features on the map are the landforms that shape the earth’s surface and are shown in?
a. hydrographic maps
b. geographic maps
c. political maps
d. topographic maps
11. What causes high and low tides?
a. earth’s rotation on its’ axis
b. sun’s solar energy
c. moon’s gravitational pull
d. earth’s gravitational pull
12. How is coral atoll formed?
a. volcanic eruption
b. corals growing around a volcanic island
c. underwater bedrock formations
13.What is a longshore drift?
a. movement of sand and shingles along the coast
b. sand bars
c. accumulation of sand
d. islands formed by volcanic eruptions
14. How does an occlusion form?
a. cold air moving up from the ground
b. cold front pushing warm air up off the ground
c. unbalanced electrical reaction in air
d. cold and warm air mixing
15. What is a heat haze?
a. A reflection caused by pollutants in the air
b. A distorted image resulting from the bending of sun’s light rays by changes in air temperature
c. movement of warm air over a vast expanse of land
d. caused by extremely high temperature common in desert areas
16. What sort of rock formation do the world’s greatest mountain ranges consist of?
b. chalk deposits
c. fold eruptions
d. slip formation
17. What is the force that wears down mountains?
c. volcanic eruptions
18. How are volcanic islands formed?
a. collision of two oceanic plates
b. volcanic eruptions
c. cooling of lava by seawater
d. Accumulation of corals
19. When you pass orange juice from a tetra pack into a glass, the juice changes its?
d. all of the above
20. The amount of water vapour air can hold at a certain temperature without any change in state.
a. relative humidity
b. water capacity
c. water holding capacity
d. water pressure