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Unformatted text preview: Assessment Statistics: Quiz 2 https://oak.vanderbilt.edu/webapps/assessment/stats/stats.jsp?outcome_defini... 1 of 5 2/15/08 10:26 AM 2008.01.SPR.AS.EES.100.01 ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY > CONTROL PANEL > GRADEBOOK > ITEM OPTIONS > ASSESSMENT STATISTICS: QUIZ 2 Assessment Statistics: Quiz 2 The statistics are calculated based only on the attempts being used in the grading option (Last attempt, First attempt, Lowest Score, Highest Score, or Average of Scores). If Average of Scores is the grading option, then all attempts are included in the statistics. Name Quiz 2 Average Score 8 Attempts 71 (Total of 71 attempts for this assessment) Graded Attempts 71 Attempts Needing Grading Instructions Pick the most appropriate answer from those provided. Be sure the quiz is properly submitted when you have completed it. PLEASE NOTE! Submission implies adherence to the Honor Code. Question 1 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.42 points The dramatic radiation of new life following mass extinction events can be explained in ecological terms by Correct Answers Percent Answered filling of vacant niches by opportunistic species. 84.507% quick adjustment of survivors to new climatic conditions. 5.634% isolation of breeding populations. 7.042% mutations brought on by the extinction event. 1.408% none of these answers are correct. 1.408% Unanswered 0% Question 2 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.44 points Recent photographs of Mercury returned to Earth from NASA's Messenger space probe support the contention that Correct Answers Percent Answered the planet is expanding as it ages. 4.225% the planet never experienced volcanism. 2.817% vertical tectonics is occurring as the planet cools. 88.732% asteroid bombardment never occurred during the planet's early history. 2.817% all of these answers are correct. 1.408% Unanswered 0% Question 3 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.42 points An examination of Earth's history as contained in the rock record implies that Correct Answers Percent Answered life on Earth seldom recovers from damaging geologic change. 0% life on Earth rarely, if ever, directly affects its environment. 0% although uniformity of geological process is the rule, the evolution of life on Earth is greatly assisted by major catastrophic events. 84.507% global climate change is a relatively new hazard for life on Earth. 1.408% of all life on Earth, only humans can produce global scale environmental change. 14.085% Unanswered 0% Question 4 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.39 points Assessment Statistics: Quiz 2 https://oak.vanderbilt.edu/webapps/assessment/stats/stats.jsp?outcome_defini......
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