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The Marketplace to Buy and Sell your Study Material On Stuvia you will find the most extensive lecture summaries written by your fellow students. Avoid resits and get better grades with material written specifically for your studies. ⦁ Grammar: 40 ⦁ Math: 50 ⦁ Reading: 8 Passages 4. Biology: 25 ⦁ Vocabulary: 50 ⦁ Chemistry: 25 7. A&P 25 Some questions were cancelled since were not cleare HESI A2 2020 LATEST VERSION VOCABULARY ⦁ A paroxysm is a sudden spasm. Another word for this might be Symptom Convulsion Efficacy Embolism ⦁ The meteorologist had forecast rain, Sheila brought her umbrella to work. Nor Yet Because So ⦁ Which of the following is spelled correctly? Embarassing Embarrassing Embarassing Embarrasing ⦁ Select the correct word for the blank in the following sentence. Nurse Junko and will review the patient’s chart. She Them Me Him ⦁ Which of the following is the plural form of the noun "stimulus"? Stimulus Stimuli Stimulis Stimula ⦁ Identify the euphemism in the following passage: "Today we gather to remember Thomas the Cat. He was the cutest kitten around. Now that he's gone to the giant catnip patch in the sky, he'll be missed by everyone." Giant catnip patch in the sky The cutest kitten around He’ll be missed by everyone Today we gather to remember ⦁ The plastic surgery improved the of her face. Choose the option that best completes the above sentence. Bearing Serenity Contour Cataract ⦁ Most wildlife biologists disapprove of crossbreeding wolves and dogs. Adjective Noun Verb Conjunction ⦁ To be convoluted is to be . Complex Clever Candid Asinine ⦁ Choose the option that correctly completes the sentence below. having trouble with new dog. There, their Their, there They’re, their Their, they’re ⦁ Select the meaning of the "quoted" word in the sentence. Something that remains is referred to as . Resident Residual Resistance Resin ⦁ Select the meaning of the quoted word in the sentence. That is an 'ominous' sign. A good omen Without deceit Threatening Full of thought ⦁ Which word is descriptive of a small child just learning to walk? Obese Toddler Geriatric Hale ⦁ Choose the word or phrase that best indicates the meaning of the "quoted" word. "Rational" means: Angry Reason Rodent Proportion ⦁ Choose the word or phrase that best indicates the meaning of the "quoted" word. The "insidious" disease was well established before becoming apparent. Sudden Suffer Gradual Graduate ⦁ Choose the word that best completes the sentence. The came to settle in the United States. Immigrate Migrate Immigrant Emigrant ⦁ Select the meaning of the quoted word in the sentence. The hospital accepts a certain quota of 'indigent' patients. Uninjured Apathetic Resentful Impoverished ⦁ A nit is a kind of . Abscess Bandage Parasite Infection ⦁ What is the meaning of augment? Add to Sell off Make difficult Hash out ⦁ Select the meaning of the quoted word in the sentence. The patients are under 'quarantine' Confinement away from the general population A specialist’s care Experimental drug therapy Imprisonment in a rehabilitation unit ⦁ Which word refers to the surgical removal of an organ's contents? Amputation Augmentation Evisceration Vivisection ⦁ What is another word for 'flux'? Quantity Inflation Strength Discharge ⦁ What is the meaning of regulations? Government officials Supervisors Rules and laws Movements ⦁ A patient who is querulous might be guilty of . Stealing Questioning Overeating Complaining ⦁ Select the meaning of the quoted word in the sentence. The night nursing staff is 'accountable' for those records. Receptive Notorious Responsible Preoccupied with ⦁ What is the meaning of 'pernicious'? Valued Destructive Finicky Perpetual ⦁ Select the meaning of the quoted word in the sentence. The nurse was asked to record the 'residual' urine in the patient's bladder. Measurement What is left Total volume Color and clarity ⦁ Select the word that best fits the sentence. There was no for the way she treated her boyfriend. Alibi Rational Reasonable Justification ⦁ Select the meaning of the quoted word in the sentence. The development of the disease was 'insidious'. Gradual Momentous Sudden Innocuous ⦁ Select the correct word(s) that best fits the sentence. The number of people from other counties to the United States has caused a shift in unemployment in the textile market. Emigrating Immigrating Migrating Emigrated ⦁ Select the meaning of the quoted word in the sentence. He complained of the 'adverse' side effects of his new medication. Undesirable Frequent Noticeable Constant ⦁ Which word refers to a team captain's exaggerated claim about the number of goals he or she scored during the game? Hyperbole Validity Eulogy Simile ⦁ Choose the correct word(s) that best fits the sentence. In the United States, drivers drive cars on the side of the road. Rite Left Off-side Right ⦁ Select the meaning of the quoted word in the sentence. The 'impending' operation was the subject of the conversation. Very serious Required Elective Soon to occur ⦁ As the leader of a group, the charge nurse is open to new ideas and though of the group. The charge nurse encourages the group to participate in making decision. This type of leadership is called: Laissez- fair Autocratic Democratic Direct ⦁ Select the meaning of the quoted word in the sentence. The nurse reported that the patient's circulation to that foot was 'occluded'. Normal Impaired Inadequate Obstructed ⦁ Select the correct definition for the quoted word. The topic of discussion prompted a 'cornucopia' of stimulating questions and conversation. Plethora Ostracism Laborious Pensive ⦁ What sentence should replace the following incorrect sentence? "This door to remain unlocked during business hours." This business must have the door unlocked at all times. This door to remain unclosed while open This sentence is corrected as written. This door will remain unlocked when the business is open. ⦁ Select the word or phrase in the sentence that is not used correctly. Her teacher asked her what would she do after she graduated from nursing school. She From Would Her ⦁ Select the meaning of the quoted word in the sentence. The nurse assisted the physician in removing the 'cast' from the patient's arm. Protective device Medicated sleeve Sling Bandage ⦁ Select the meaning of the quoted word in the sentence. The doctor instructed the patient to keep his head 'elevated'. Raised Turned Still Thrown back ⦁ Select the meaning of the following phrase. "A system of procedures to follow." Regimen Regime Testament Treatment ⦁ Select the word that best fits the sentence. The student was not well liked by his peers. Geniality Affably Gregarious Detestable ⦁ An apartment is advertised as being furnished. What does the sentence mean? It is equipped with articles It has just been repainted The first month’s rent must be paid in advance The utility bills are included in the rental cost ⦁ Select the meaning of the quoted word in the sentence. The client appeared to be 'impervious' to pain. Coping well Enjoying Not affected Very sensitive ⦁ Which word means to suggest, to hint, to express indirectly? Imply Infer Opinion Latter ⦁ Choose the meaning that best fits the quoted word. The doctor tried to explain the 'fundamental' difference of the two medications. Appropriate Underlying Dosage Basic ⦁ Select the meaning of the quoted word in the sentence. The client lost his 'equilibrium' when he woke up. Ability to speak Sense of taste Sense of balance Ability to swallow ⦁ Select the meaning that best fits the following word: injurious. Toxic Palatable Amenable Harmless ⦁ Description of events in the order of their occurrence. Chronology Notation Documentation Helicon READING COMPREHENSION A nanometer is a billionth of a meter. A DNA molecule is 2 nanometers in diameter. Protein molecules are about 10 nanometers in diameter. A human hair is 100,000 nanometers in diameter. But what is a nanometer and how does it relate to technology? Nanotechnology is defined as the understanding and control of matter at dimensions of roughly 1 to 100 nanometers, a scale at which unique properties of materials emerge that can be used to develop novel technologies and products. At the nanoscale, the physical, chemical, and biological properties of materials differ from the properties of matter either at smaller scales, such as atoms, or at larger scales that we use in everyday life such as millimeters or inches. Nanotechnology involves imaging, measuring, modeling, and manipulating matter only a few nanometers in size. Gold nanoparticles are made of the same material as in jewelry. But when light interacts with particles of gold, different colors are reflected. The different colors can be used in simple medical tests to indicate infection or disease. Metals such as copper become extremely rigid at the nanoscale, rather than bendable as in copper wires seen in everyday use. What is the major difference between matter at the nanoscale and matter at larger scales such as millimeters or inches? ⦁ At the nanoscale, metals are bendable, and at larger scales they are rigid. ⦁ Matter has different and special characteristics at the nanoscale. ⦁ At the nanoscale, matter has the same properties as matter at the atomic level. ⦁ There is no difference. Which claim from the passage best describes the benefits of nanotechnology? ⦁ Scientists can develop novel technologies and products. ⦁ Nanotechnology is defined as the understanding and control of matter at dimensions of roughly 1 to 100 nanometers. ⦁ The different colors can be used in simple medical tests to indicate infection or disease. ⦁ Unique properties of materials emerge. What is the author’s primary purpose in writing this essay? ⦁ To explain how to utilize the nanoscale ⦁ To review the conversion between the nanoscale and nanotechnology ⦁ To advocate for the usage of more nanotechnology ⦁ To describe nanotechnology and what it is Neurologists and biological psychologists have witnessed a sharp increase in the knowledge and understanding of particular structures of the brain over the past two decades. As technology becomes ever more advanced, scientists are able to isolate the functions of even small regions of the human brain. One noteworthy discovery is the role of the amygdala in human fear and aggression. The amygdala, a small, almond-shaped conglomerate, is just one part of the limbic system. Located at the very center of the brain, the limbic system is the core of our 'emotional brain;' each individual structure in the limbic system is somehow connected to an aspect of human emotion. Scientists have found that electrode stimulation of the amygdala can elicit extreme and aggressive acts. Patients or experimental subjects who experience this utter rage and fearlessness have no rational foundation for their reaction. In other words, this aggression is wholly attributable to electrode stimulation. On the other hand, patients with trauma or damage to this structure exhibit a complete absence of aggression. Researchers find that no amount of poking, prodding or harassment will evoke even remotely aggressive responses from these subjects. The author suggests that persistent passivity and imperturbability may be a direct result of which of the following? ⦁ Drug-induced stimulation of the amygdala. ⦁ A stroke that resulted in severe tissue damage in the limbic system ⦁ Encephalitis as a result of head trauma ⦁ Activation of a strategically implanted electrode in a patient’s amygdala. Which statement is not listed as a detail within the passage? ⦁ Electrode stimulation of the amygdala can elicit extreme aggressive acts. ⦁ Scientists are able to isolate the functions of even small regions of the human brain. ⦁ Typically, temperamental rhesus monkeys with amygdala damage are completely imperturbable. ⦁ Subjects who experience this utter rage and fearlessness have no rational foundation for their reaction. What is the main idea of the passage? ⦁ The human brain is as complex as it is mysterious. ⦁ Patients with damaged amygdalas are less aggressive than individuals with healthy ones. ⦁ Electrode stimulation is a valuable tool for researchers who study the human brain. D. Scientists have learned a lot about how the amygdala affects human emotion. The ability to see at a distance, in good light, does not diminish as a result of aging to the extent that other visual acuities do. Myopia, or nearsightedness, is more common to younger eyes, while presbyopia, or farsightedness, more commonly afflicts people as they age. The word presbyopia comes from Greek presbys, "old man," and opia, "eye," and names a condition in which, because the lens of the eye hardens slightly and loses elasticity as a person ages, one cannot as easily focus sharply on nearby objects. This condition leads to the familiar habit of lifting up one's glasses and bringing an object or reading material close to the face so that the eyes can more easily focus on it. The function of the lens is to accommodate different focal points so that sensory data can be correctly directed to the retina for interpretation into images by the brain. Corrective lenses, particularly bifocals or progressive lenses, adjust for the focal point aberration. In essence, they do the work that the eye can no longer do for itself. In the context of the passage, “accommodate” means to ⦁ Arrange lodging for ⦁ Contain ⦁ Make allowances for ⦁ Excuse The author of the passage would probably agree with which of the following statements relating corrective lenses and aging eyes? ⦁ A dancer with a broken bone needs a cast to protect it. ⦁ A hiker reinforces a fraying backpack strap with duct tape. ⦁ A traveler gets a passport before going abroad. ⦁ An athlete stretches before a game to avoid a potential injury. What was the author’s primary purpose for writing this essay? ⦁ To define what presbyopia is ⦁ To describe how eyes age and the function of corrective lens ⦁ To compare and contrast nearsightedness with farsightedness ⦁ To review the anatomy of the human eye The Bicycle V2 Today, bicycles are so common that it’s hard to believe they haven’t always been around. But two hundred years ago, bicycles didn’t even exist, and the first bicycle, invented in Germany in 1818, was nothing like our bicycles today. It was made of wood and didn’t even have pedals. Since then, however, numerous innovations and improvements in design have made the bicycle one of the most popular means of recreation and transportation around the world. In 1839, Kirkpatrick Macmillan, a Scottish blacksmith, dramatically improved upon the original bicycle design. Macmillan’s machine had tires with iron rims to keep them from getting worn down. He also used foot – operated cranks like pedals, so his bicycle could be ridden at a quick pace. It didn’t look much like a modern bicycle, though, because its back wheel was substantially larger than its front wheel. In 1861, the French Michaux brothers took Highlight the passage. Which word and idea should be underlined? The main idea of this passage is best explained in which sentence? ⦁ Sentence (1): Today, bicycles are so common that it’s hard to believe they haven’t always been around. ⦁ Sentence (13): It wasn’t until 1874 that the first truly modern bicycle appeared on the scene. ⦁ Sentence (4): Since then, however, numerous innovations and improvements in design have made the bicycle one of the most popular means of recreation and transportation around the world. ⦁ Sentence (18): Today they are built, used, and enjoyed all over the world. Which of the following would be the best title for this passage? ⦁ Bicycles are better ⦁ A ride through the history of bicycles ⦁ Cycle your way to fitness ⦁ The popularity of bicycles Sentence (8); It didn’t look much like a modern bicycle, through because its back wheel was substantially larger than its front wheel, “follows which pattern? ⦁ Fact, fact ⦁ Fact, opinion ⦁ Opinion, fact ⦁ Opinion, opinion Macmillan added iron rims to the tires of his bicycle to…. ⦁ Add wight to the bicycle ⦁ Makes the tires last longer ⦁ Makes the ride less bumpy ⦁ Makes the ride less tiring Cystic fibrosis is a disease that is passed down through families. It is caused by a defective gene that makes the body produce abnormally thick and sticky fluid, called mucus. This mucus builds up in the breathing passages of the lungs and in the pancreas. The buildup of mucus results in life-threatening lung infections and serious digestion problems. The disease may also affect the sweat glands and a man's reproductive system. Millions of Americans carry a CF gene, but do not have symptoms. This is because a person with CF must inherit two defective genes, one from each parent. About 1 in 29 Caucasian Americans have the CF gene. It is more common among those of northern or central European descent. Most children with CF are diagnosed by age 2. For a small number, the disease is not detected until age 18 or older. These children often have a milder form of the disease. Which of the following describes the purpose of the passage? ⦁ To describe the causes of cystic fibrosis ⦁ To explain how cystic fibrosis is passed down through families ⦁ To overview the causes of CF and how it is carried ⦁ To review why some Americans have CF, but others do not In context, the word “defective” in the first sentence of the passage means which of the following? ⦁ Unusual ⦁ Remarkable ⦁ Postponed D. Faulty Which statement is not a detail from the passage? ⦁ Most children with CF are diagnosed by age 2. ⦁ About 1 in 39 Caucasian Americans have the CF gene. ⦁ Millions of Americans carry a CF gene, but do not have symptoms. ⦁ Mucus is a thick, sticky fluid that cystic fibrosis sufferers produce internally. The Golden Gate Bridge Passage The Golden Gate Bridge is one of the most famous straits on the west coast of America. The narrow passage crosses the Pacific Ocean. Before the bridge, people traveled by boat. The Golden Garden Bridge is a suspension strain with to great of a risk for some residents. Joseph Strauss, chief engineer, overcame many technical problems. Risks were taken to complete the bridge, but the best and brightest worked on the challenge to build a bridge which connects the Pacific Ocean to San Francisco Bay. Strauss set a net installed beneath the gate that saved numerous lives because he was concerned for the safety of his workers. The workers started building at each end with big concrete blocks sunk deep into the ground which over 200 thick steel cables which the bridge would be suspended were to be anchored. The workers after completed the roadway which was the most dangerous task. Today, the famous west coast strait is a staple to San Francisco. Golden Gate Bridge Linking San Francisco to Marin County in California, the Golden Gate Bridge is one of the most famous bridges in the world. The bridge crosses over a narrow strait which connects the Pacific Ocean to San Francisco Bay. Prior to the bridge, people traveled by ferry boat across the strait. Although most people thought a bridge was necessary to expedite travel, some residents of the Bay area felt the risk of building the bridge was too great. Joseph Strauss believed that nothing was impossible, and dreams would never come to fruition if risks weren’t taken. So, he decided to gather the best and brightest builders, architects, and workers to embark on the challenge of building a bridge across the Golden Gate Strait. With safety nets in place, the construction began in 1937. Building the anchorages first, the builders then move on to the towers on each end, and then to the three-foot thick cables to support the suspension bridge. Lastly, workers labored to complete the roadway which become the most dangerous and treacherous part of the entire task. The builders had to keep the bridge balance, so it wouldn’t fall into the bay. Today, over sixty- five years later, the bridge remains a lifeline for the people of the San Francisco Bay Area. The authors’ reason for writing this piece seems to be to Inform the reader What body of water does The Golden Gate Bridge cross? Golden Gate Strait Why was the roadway so dangerous to build? If the road wasn’t balanced, it would collapse In the passage the word embark means to Begin an undertaking, start Which part of the bridge was built first? Anchorage Where is The Golden Gate Bridge located specifically? A. West Coast B. San Francisco ⦁ San Fernando ⦁ America Why did Strauss set a net? ⦁ For suspension ⦁ For balance ⦁ For aesthetics ⦁ For safety Which part of the bridge was built first? ⦁ Steel cables ⦁ A net ⦁ The roadway D. Concrete blocks In passage the word strait means to A. A narrow passage ⦁ Moving in one direction ⦁ Move away aimlessly ⦁ A roadway The Moon has been worshipped by primitive peoples and has inspired humans to create everything from lunar calendars to love sonnets, but what do we really know about it? The most accepted theory about the origin of the Moon is that it was formed of the debris from a massive collision with the young Earth about 4.6 billion years ago. A huge body, perhaps the size of Mars, struck the Earth, throwing out an immense amount of debris that coalesced and cooled in orbit around the Earth. The development of Earth is inextricably linked to the moon; the Moon’s gravitational influence upon the Earth is the primary cause of ocean tides. In fact, the Moon has more than twice the effect upon the tides than does the Sun. The Moon makes one rotation and completes a revolution around the Earth every 27 days, 7 hours, and 43 minutes. This synchronous rotation is caused by an uneven distribution of mass in the Moon (essentially, it is heavier on one side than the other) and has allowed the Earth’s gravity to keep one side of the Moon permanently facing Earth. It is an average distance from Earth of 384,403 km. The Moon has no atmosphere; without an atmosphere, the Moon has nothing to protect it from meteorite impacts, and thus the surface of the Moon is covered with impact craters, both large and small. The Moon also has no active tectonic or volcanic activity, so the erosive effects of atmospheric weathering, tectonic shifts, and volcanic upheavals that tend to erase and reform the Earth’s surface features are not at work on the Moon. In fact, even tiny surface features such as the footprint left by an astronaut in the lunar soil are likely to last for millions of years, unless obliterated by a chance meteorite strike. The surface gravity of the Moon is about one-sixth that of the Earth’s. Therefore, a man weighing 82 kilograms on Earth would only weigh 14 kilograms on the Moon. The geographical features of the Earth most like that of the Moon are, in fact, places such as the Hawaiian volcanic craters and the huge meteor crater in Arizona. The climate of the Moon is very unlike either Hawaii or Arizona, however; in fact the temperature on the Moon ranges between 123 degrees C. to –233 degrees C. What is the passage primarily about? ⦁ What we know about the Moon and its differences to Earth ⦁ A comparison of the Moon and the Earth ⦁ The Moon’s effect upon the Earth ⦁ The origin of the Moon The word “massive” in line 4 is closest in meaning to ⦁ Dense ⦁ Impressive C. Huge D. Unavoidable The word “debris” in line 5 is closest in meaning to A. Earth B. Rubbish ⦁ Moons ⦁ Satellites According to the passage, the Moon is ⦁ Older than the Earth ⦁ Composed of a few active volcanoes ⦁ The primary cause of Earth’s ocean tides ⦁ Protected by a dense atmosphere The word “uneven “in line 11 is closest in meaning to ⦁ Heavier ⦁ Not uniform ⦁ Orderly ⦁ Equally distributed Why does the author mention “impact craters” in line 16? ⦁ To explain the corrosive effects of atmospheric weathering ⦁ To explain why the Moon has no plant life because of meteorites C. To show the result of the Moon not having an atmosphere D. To show the result of the Moon not having active tectonic or volcanic activity The word “erase” in line 19 is closest in meaning to ⦁ Impact ⦁ Erupt ⦁ Change D. Obliterate A person on the Moon would weigh less than on the Earth because ⦁ The surface gravity of the Moon is less ⦁ The Moon has no active tectonic or volcanic activity ⦁ Of the composition of lunar soil ⦁ The Moon has no atmosphere All of the following are true about the Moon EXCEPT ⦁ It has less effect upon the tides than the Sun ⦁ It has a wide range of temperatures ⦁ It is unable to protect itself from meteorite attacks ⦁ It is heavier on one side than the other Which of the following can be inferred from the passage? ⦁ The Moon is not able to support human life ⦁ If the Moon had no gravitational influence, the Earth would not have tides ⦁ People living in Hawaii and Arizona would feel at home on the Moon ⦁ Mars could have been formed in a similar way to the Moon Why did the author write the passage? ⦁ To summarize the main features of immigration ⦁ To explain and give examples of the concept of a “melting pot” ⦁ To outline the ways immigration has been restricted ⦁ To emphasize the impact of migrants from Europe Voice Passage: V1 What effect does your voice have on others? Does it persuade or irritate, attract or repel? One of the worst qualities is harshness. If you ever get the feeling that people are uncomfortable when you speak, it may be that your harsh tones are jarring their eardrums. Your voice will sound unpleasant if it is shrill, grating, hard, piercing, brassy, to loud, or too nasal. Harsh voice qualities usually come from too much tension in the throat and jaw. Tension tightens muscles and blocks the relaxed voice tones essential to a pleasing impression. Because tension occurs in higher pitched voices, women tend to have shriller voices than men, which usually makes them less desirable public speakers, newscasters, or political candidates. Which statement from the selection presents a fact rather than an opinion? Harsh voice qualities usually come from too much tension in the throat and jaw What is stated in this paragraph? Women make less appealing political candidates The information presented is Slanted against people with piercing voices The author seems to: Prefer low pitched tones Can’t remember the exact question by the answer is…. On of the worst voice qualities is harshness GRAMMAR ⦁ WHICH SENTENCE IS GRAMMATICALLY CORRECT? ⦁ Sarah plays her new saxophone well. ⦁ The dog catches the freebee good. ⦁ The band did good during the half time show. ⦁ The band that played before ours was well. ⦁ SELECT THE WORD OR PHRASE THAT MAKES THE SENTENCE GRAMMATICALLY CORRECT 11. She was so mad at her boyfriend, she on him when he called. ⦁ Yelled ⦁ Screamed ⦁ Speak d) Hung up ⦁ It was a beautiful performance. We all watched her from a balcony in the theater as she danced gracefully across the stage. ⦁ Massive ⦁ Stunningly ⦁ Lonely ⦁ Misery ⦁ John F. Kennedy was a senator before he president in 1960. ⦁ Elected ⦁ Was electing c) Was elected d) Had elected ⦁ IDENTIFY THE DEPENDENT CLAUSE IN THIS SENTENCE: The mother dog left her bed as soon as the puppies were asleep. ⦁ As soon as the puppies were asleep ⦁ Left her bed as soon as ⦁ The puppies were asleep ⦁ The mother dog left her bed ⦁ You on your final exam. ⦁ Worked ⦁ Forget c) Did well d) Done good ⦁ Two students (are) their professor about possibility of obtaining good grade in class. ⦁ Ask/Are ⦁ Is ⦁ Was ⦁ Could ⦁ When a person finds in a stressful situation, it helps to breathe deeply. ⦁ Oneself ⦁ yourself ⦁ Themselves ⦁ Itself ⦁ Children generally with others of the same size and age. ⦁ Play ⦁ Plays ⦁ Played ⦁ Playing ⦁ Scissors should never be by the handle. ⦁ Carry ⦁ Carries ⦁ Carried ⦁ Carrying ⦁ The child cried, “I want to do it . ⦁ Mine ⦁ Me ⦁ Myself ⦁ Me self ⦁ During the storm, the glass in three of the windows was broken. ⦁ Broken ⦁ Breaks ⦁ Was broken ⦁ Were broken ⦁ He football game. ⦁ Never almost attends ⦁ Almost never attends ⦁ Almost attends never ⦁ Attends almost never ⦁ To be admitted to the university, he to make application by May 15. a) Has ⦁ Have ⦁ Might ⦁ Should ⦁ you taking a cruise to commemorate your wedding anniversary? a) Are ⦁ Is ⦁ Was ⦁ Could ⦁ are the very ancient people. a) The Chinese ⦁ Chinese ⦁ The Chineses ⦁ Chineses ⦁ The nursing put the band on the wound to the nurse. a) Aide, aide, aid b) Aide, aid, aid ⦁ Aide, aide, aide ⦁ Aid, aid, aide ⦁ Do you know a) What time is it? b) What time it is? ⦁ What is time? ⦁ It is what time? ⦁ As we celebrated the start of the evening festivities, our glasses and a toast was made by our host. ⦁ Were risen ⦁ Were rose c) Were raised d) Arose ⦁ Since the factory was destroyed the company has business to do. a) No ⦁ Not ⦁ None ⦁ Neither ⦁ The blue whale is the largest animal _ the world. ⦁ In ⦁ On ⦁ Of ⦁ At ⦁ Economics my least favorite subject at school. a) Am b) Is ⦁ Are ⦁ Been ⦁ When a person finds in a stressful situation, it helps to breathe deeply. a) Oneself ⦁ yourself ⦁ Themselves ⦁ Itself ⦁ Children generally with others of the same size and age. a) Play ⦁ Plays ⦁ Played ⦁ Playing ⦁ Scissors should never be by the handle. ⦁ Carry ⦁ Carries c) Carried d) Carrying ⦁ The child cried, “I want to do it . ⦁ Mine ⦁ Me ⦁ Myself ⦁ Me self ⦁ The nurse did not think that the symptoms an emergency room visit. ⦁ Desired ⦁ Warranted ⦁ Guaranteed ⦁ Should have been ⦁ During the storm, the glass in three of the windows . ⦁ Broken ⦁ Breaks ⦁ Was broken ⦁ Were broken ⦁ He football games. a) Never almost attends b) Almost never attends ⦁ Almost attends never ⦁ Attends almost never ⦁ I am looking forward to on a vacation next month. ⦁ Go ⦁ Going ⦁ Be go ⦁ Going to go ⦁ If they that the weather was going to be so bad, they wouldn’t have gone to the beach. ⦁ Know ⦁ Knew ⦁ Had known ⦁ Were knowing ⦁ WHICH SENTENCE IS GRAMMATICALLY CORRECT? a) Which one do you want? ⦁ Pick the won you want? ⦁ Whose one do you want? ⦁ Who’s do you want? ⦁ WHICH SENTENCE IS GRAMMATICALLY CORRECT? a) The winner was me. b) It was I who won. ⦁ The runner was her. ⦁ It was me who lost. ⦁ WHICH SENTENCE IS GRAMMATICALLY CORRECT? ⦁ He did bad on the test. ⦁ He felt bad about the broken window. ⦁ He felt badly about being late. ⦁ When the patient feels badly, give him an aspirin. SELECT THE WORD OR PHRASE IN THE SENTENCE THAT IS NOT USED CORRECTLY, question 34 - 79. ⦁ Before his death at age 82, comedian Rodney Dangerfield’s motto was, “I don’t get no respect.” a) At b) No ⦁ Before ⦁ Was ⦁ Because I want to go to the movies later, I am going to due my homework now. ⦁ Because ⦁ To go c) Due d) Am going to ⦁ Based on the principals of asepsis, the nurse should consider a sterile packet below waist level to be contaminated. ⦁ Principals ⦁ Asepsis ⦁ Nurse ⦁ Sterile ⦁ He ate for pieces of fried chicken at dinner, and no vegetables. a) No b) For ⦁ At ⦁ Ate ⦁ It was after soon he arrived in the U.S.A that he met the woman who was to become his wife. ⦁ Was ⦁ After soon ⦁ Become ⦁ Arrived ⦁ The student for the final exam. a) Was studying ⦁ Didn’t studied ⦁ Studied hardly ⦁ Would have studies ⦁ The mailperson’s job is to put the envelope’s in every mailbox on the block. a) Envelope’s ⦁ Mailperson’s ⦁ Block ⦁ Every MATHEMATICS ⦁ Sarah ran a 24 mile race. She ran 6 miles in 1 hours, 6 miles in 1.2 hours, 6 miles in 1.5 hours, 6 miles in 1.6 hours. How long did it take her to finish the race? 5.3 hours ⦁ Two chickens lay 6 eggs in 24 hours. How many chickens will lay 24 eggs in 24 hours? 8 chickens 3. 7/8 9/10 6/5. 2 39/40 4. 0.9divided 3 0.3 5. Percentage word problem 54% of $789.56? $426.36 6. 0.5:20: x: 200. 5 7. 6 clients are throwing a party & each cake serves 24 servings & has a party of 70 & 3 staff. How many cakes are needed? 3/4 cakes 8. x=11 x 44/2(x). 253 9.2100 in military time? 9pm ⦁ A farmer has 240 acres under cultivation at the cost of $188.99 per acre. If he averages a yield of 60 bushels per acre, what profit is expected if the price per bushel is $5.67? 36,290.40 ⦁ A man is reading a thick book. If he reads two chapters a day how long it will take him to read the book if there is 6 pages per chapter & 798 pg? 66.5 (67 rounded) ⦁ A nurse works in the military hospital from 1300 to 2000. How many hours does this nurse work? ⦁ 8 hours ⦁ 11 hours C. 7 hours D. 12 hours ⦁ What temperature in Celsius is 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit? (Enter numeric value only) 37 Celsius ⦁ A newborn weights 3,459 grams. There are 453.59 grams per pound. What is the infant's weight in pounds and ounces? ⦁ 7lbs 10oz. ⦁ 10lbs 7oz. ⦁ 13lbs 3 oz. ⦁ 3 lbs 13 oz. ⦁ What kind of number system is commonly used in the United States? ⦁ Tertiary B. Decimal ⦁ Napoleonic ⦁ Binary ⦁ A women received a bottle of perfume as a present. The bottle contains 3/4 oz of perfume. How many milliliters is this? (Enter numeric value only.) 22.5mL ⦁ The metric system of measurement was developed in France during Napoleon's reign. It is based on what multiplication factor? ⦁ The length of Napoleon’s forearm ⦁ 2 C.10 D. Atomic weight of helium ⦁ How many meters are in 2 kilometers? (Enter numeric value only.) 2000 meters 1meter = 1000 kilometers 2x1000= 2000 ⦁ How many kilograms are in 2000 grams? (Enter numeric value only.) 2 kilograms Kg g mg (move 3 times to the right or left) (L) to (s) ex: 2000=2 or 2=2000 ⦁ To convert pounds to kilograms, what factor is used? 2.2 1 pound = 2.2 kilogram ⦁ Convert 5 3/4 to a decimal. Round to the nearest tenth. 4

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