Statistics_ Quiz 3

Statistics_ Quiz 3 - Assessment Statistics: Quiz 3

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Assessment Statistics: Quiz 3 .. 1 of 5 2/28/08 2:29 PM 2008.01.SPR.AS.EES.100.01 ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY > CONTROL PANEL > GRADEBOOK > ITEM OPTIONS > ASSESSMENT STATISTICS: QUIZ 3 Assessment Statistics: Quiz 3 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 3 Average Score 8.09 Attempts 76 (Total of 76 attempts for this assessment) Graded Attempts 76 Attempts Needing Grading 0 Instructions Pick the most appropriate answer from those provided. As always, submission implies adherence to the Honor Code. Question 1 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.48 points The New Madrid earthquakes of 1811-12 and the Charleston quake of 1886 are examples of Correct Answers Percent Answered earthquakes resulting from transform faulting. 2.632% deep focus, subduction driven earthquakes. 0% intraplate earthquakes. 96.053% earthquakes along an active plate margin. 1.316% secondary or induced earthquakes related to volcanism. 0% Unanswered 0% Question 2 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.41 points According to author Maude Barlow of Movement Vision Lab, the overwhelming sentiment of United Nations representatives to the March 2006 World Water Forum in Mexico City initiated a dramatic shift toward Correct Answers Percent Answered favoring the World Bank and World Trade Organization position on privitization of water development. 5.263% the treatment of water as a commondity. 3.947% the recognition of water as a basic human right. 81.579% reduction in governmental oversight and public debate over water control issues. 1.316% None of these answers are correct. 7.895% Unanswered 0% Question 3 True/False Average Score 0.46 points Radiogenic heat, combined with residual core heat, is the primary source of energy for driving all of Earth's internal processes, such as plate tectonics, earthquakes and volcanism. Correct
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