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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What are magnetism, heat, and light in relation to an electron's movement?
(a) Elements that an electron's movement can produce.
(b) Elements that hinder an electron's movement.
(c) The mediums through which electrons can pass.
(d) Elements that enhance an electron's movement.
2. In the illustration of how electricity is generated by a chemical reaction, what is the end result of the illustration?
(a) The copper turns green and the zinc becomes cloudy.
(b) The copper turns green and the zinc turns brown.
(c) A meltdown.
(d) An electrical shock.
3. What are binary digits?
(d) The reduction of tertiary digits.
4. How can bits be saved on tapes?
(a) Bits cannot be stored on tapes.
(b) By overwriting the data onto strips.
(c) By transforming them into a magnetic field.
(d) By impressing the data into dots.
5. How are signals and messages created out of light and radio waves?
(a) Causing the waves to ocillate at a different hertz.
(b) Interrupting wave patterns.
(c) Coalescing the waves into bundles.
(d) Harnessing the shorts bursts of energy.
6. What is one thing an electrical current can measure?
(b) Particles in the air.
7. How do mirrors reflect an image?
(a) As if it were a convex lens.
(b) Without distortion.
(c) As if it were a concave lens.
8. Of what is color photography paper made when printing from a negative?
(a) Six color sensitive layers.
(b) One color sensitive layers.
(c) A black layer sandwhiched between two color sensitive layers.
(d) Three color sensitive layers.
9. When a magnetic field flows from a magnet into metal what is pulled together?
(a) The metal and the current.
(b) The metal and magnet.
(d) The magnet and the current.
10. What does the acronym SONAR stand for?
(a) Sounds Near and Ranging.
(b) Situations in Navigation and Retreiving.
(c) Somatic Navigation of Radar.
(d) Sound Navigation and Ranging.
11. In what part of the atom does one find electrons?
(a) They are not part of an atom.
(b) The nucleus.
(c) The outer ring.
(d) In both the nucleus and outer rings.
12. How does Bill record the mammoth's presence?
(a) A system of pumpkins and crates.
(b) An EEG.
(c) An oscilloscope.
(d) An EKG.
13. What does RADAR use?
(a) Radio waves.
(b) Recharged particles.
(c) Restored particles.
14. What is one step in creating liquid crystal displays?
(a) Filtering the light for reds.
(b) Polarizing the light.
(c) Bending the light to forty-five degree angles.
(d) Filtering the light for greens.
15. How many methods of modern printing are there?
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens when electrons are rubbed, shuffled, or brushed off one surface onto another?
2. What causes electrons to move?
3. What type of input uses an analog-digital converter?
4. What happens to the charge of an electron in a static electricity situation?
5. How is magnetism created?
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