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Radiological Emergency Management Independent Study Course 4 PRETEST 1. The program designed to protect the population in the event of disasters and emergencies and to minimize the effects of these on the nation is: a. National security b. Emergency management c. Military defense d. Nuclear defense 2. The three main types of nuclear radiation are:
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Unformatted text preview: a. Microwave, x-ray, gamma b. Alpha, gamma, neutron c. Beta, gamma, neutron d. Alpha, beta, gamma 3. The amount of radiation absorbed into the body is: a. Charge b. Exposure rate c. Dose d. Contamination 4. A unit used to express radiation exposure is the: a. Roentgen b. Dose c. Ray d. Curie...
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