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exam 3 #1 - Grade Details 1. Question: All of the following...

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Unformatted text preview: Grade Details 1. Question: All of the following are on EPA's "four most dangerous indoor air pollutants list" except Your Ans wer: asbestos. radon-222. sulfur dioxide. CORRECT cigarette smoke. formaldehyde. Points Re ceived: 1 of 1 2. Question: Carcinogens cause Your Ans wer: genetic defects. birth defects. cancer. CORRECT allergic reactions. Points Re ceived: 1 of 1 3. Question: Of the following materials, the most difficult to recycle is Your Ans wer: glass. plastic. CORRECT paper. aluminum. cardboard. Points Re ceived: 1 of 1 4. Question: In a low-waste approach, which of the following strategies should be given top priority? Your Ans wer: incinerate bury reduce CORRECT reuse recycle Points Re ceived: 1 of 1 5. Question: Keeping energy prices artificially low Your Ans wer: encourages waste and rapid depletion of energy resources getting favorable treatment. I NCORRECT protects consumers from sharp price increases. discourages the development of energy alternatives not getting favorable treatment. all of these answers CORRECT ANSWER Points Re ceived: 0 of 1 6. Question: EPA science advisors consider indoor air pollution problems to be Your Ans wer: high-risk health problem for humans. CORRECT medium-risk health problem for humans. low-risk health problem for humans. Points Re ceived: 1 of 1 7. Question: The single largest category of U.S. solid waste is Your Ans wer: mining waste. CORRECT agricultural waste. industrial waste. municipal waste. sewage waste. Points Re ceived: 1 of 1 8. Question: Obstacles to recycling in the United States include Your Ans wer: lack of inclusion of environmental costs in market prices. tax breaks for mining virgin materials. lack of large, steady markets for recycled materials. all of these answers CORRECT none of these answers Points Re ceived: 1 of 1 9. Question: There is evidence that humans are ____ ozone in the troposphere and ____ ozone in the stratosphere. Your Ans wer: increasing. . . increasing increasing. . . decreasing CORRECT decreasing. . . decreasing decreasing. . . increasing decreasing . . . steady Points Re ceived: 1 of 1 10 Question: One of the world's most dangerous occupations because of accidents and the incidence of disease is Your Ans wer: oil distillation. copper smelting. surface mining for coal. subsurface mining for coal. CORRECT working in a nuclear energy plant. Points Re ceived: 1 of 1 11 Question: Of the following, the leading cause of death among adults in the United States is Your Ans wer: tobacco use....
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exam 3 #1 - Grade Details 1. Question: All of the following...

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