General Science Practice Questions 2

1. The movement of food through the intestines is known as:
  1. Peristalsis 
  2. Ileum translation 
  3. Microvilli propulsion 
  4. Flexure propulsion
2. The enzyme maltase does the following:
  1. Breaks down lactose to glucose 
  2. Turns glucose into maltose 
  3. Breaks down maltose to glucose 
  4. Turns glucose into lactose
3. High levels of bilirubin in the blood stream can result in:
  1. Uric acid overexposure 
  2. Jaundice 
  3. Bile salt production 
  4. Hepatic mutation
4. The symbol B on the periodic table stands for:
  1. Beryllium 
  2. Boron 
  3. Barium 
  4. Berkelium
5. The symbol Mn on the periodic table stands for:
  1. Magnesium 
  2. Molybdenum 
  3. Manganese 
  4. Margon
6. The symbol Ca on the periodic table stands for:
  1. Calcium 
  2. Carbon 
  3. Cobalt 
  4. Chlorine
7. The symbol Br on the periodic table stands for:
  1. Beryllium 
  2. Boron 
  3. Barium 
  4. Bromine
8. Vinegar is also known as:
  1. Acetic acid 
  2. Acetone acid 
  3. Sulfuric acid 
  4. Ascorbic acid
9. A Lewis acid is a/an ____ pair acceptor.
  1. Neutron 
  2. Proton 
  3. Electron 
  4. Ion
10. _____ reactions produce heat.
  1. Endothermic 
  2. Exothermic 
  3. Hydrogen 
  4. Buffered
11. Which of the following match the definition: The pressure (P) is inversely proportional to the volume (V) of a gas.
  1. Archimedes’ principle 
  2. Charles’ law 
  3. Boyle’s law 
  4. Anderson’s principle
12. The combination of sodium and chlorine to form NaCL is considered a/an ___ bond.
  1. Ionic 
  2. Covalent 
  3. Hydrogen 
  4. Metallic
13. Outer shell electrons are known as ______ electrons.
  1. Hybrid 
  2. Valence 
  3. Vector 
  4. Transitional
14. Forces can be indicated on graph paper by the use of _____.
  1. Empirical rules 
  2. Interaction coefficients 
  3. Variables 
  4. Vectors
15. P1V1 = P2V2 represents:
  1. Archimedes’ principle 
  2. Charles’ law 
  3. Boyle’s law 
  4. Anderson’s principle
16. Which of the following is not considered a primary color of light?
  1. Green 
  2. Blue 
  3. Red 
  4. Yellow
17. The unit of charge is called the _____.
  1. Newton 
  2. Coulomb 
  3. Joule 
  4. Watt
18. A/An ______ is a device specifically designed to measure current.
  1. Ammeter 
  2. Cyclotron 
  3. Resistor 
  4. Capacitor
19. The two bones found in the area between the knee and ankle in humans are known as:
  1. Femur and Tibia 
  2. Fibula and Tibia 
  3. Ulna and Tibia 
  4. Radius and Tibia
20. _____ is the current flow of one coulomb per second.
  1. Ampere 
  2. Joule 
  3. Watt 
  4. Kilowatt

 

Answer Key

1. A 
2. C 
3. B 
4. B 
5. C 
6. A 
7. D 
8. A 
9. C 
10. B 
11. C 
12. A 
13. B 
14. D 
15. C 
16. D 
17. B 
18. A 
19. B 
20. A


by Enoch Morrison | Last Updated: January 17, 2019