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Quiz Chapter 1-3 - Review Assessment Unit 1 Name Status...

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Review Assessment: Unit 1 Name: Unit 1 Status: Completed Score: 88 out of -1 point(s) Time Elapsed: 59 minutes and 41 seconds out of 1 hours allowed. Instructions: Choose the best answer for each question. Question 1 Multiple Choice 4 of 4 point(s) Which of the following sequences correctly gives the different classification levels of an organism going from the largest grouping to the smallest.(Some are left out.) Your Answer: kingdom, phylum, class, order, species Correct Answer: kingdom, phylum, class, order, species Feedback: Correc t Question 2 Multiple Choice 4 of 4 point(s) Organic molecules are those that contain at least Your Answer: carbon and hydrogen Correct Answer: carbon and hydrogen Feedback: Correc t Question 3 Multiple Choice 4 of 4 point(s) An atom' s atomic mass is best described as the mass of Your Answer: protons and neutrons it contains Correct Answer: protons and neutrons it contains Feedback: correct Question 4 Multiple Choice 4 of 4 point(s) Which of the following kingdoms contains primarily multicellular, larger-celled, photosynthetic organisms? Your Answer: Plantae Correct Answer: Plantae Feedback: Correc t Question 5 Multiple Choice 0 of 4 point(s) Which pair are both structural and carbohydrate molecules?
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Your Answer: glycogen and cellulose Correct Answer: cellulose and chitin Feedback: Incorrect Question 6 Multiple Choice
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