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Early Final - Test Form A NAME____________________________________ Exam # (LAST name, FIRST name) (score from p. 10-14) (record on scantron) Your total exam score STUDENT ID NUMBER_________________ is posted at 194 Chem and Dr. Applegate’s office NUTRITION 10 EARLY FINAL – DECEMBER 10, 2004 FORM A INSTRUCTIONS : Please read carefully. PRINT your name and student ID number on the top of this page. Use the SCANTRON TEST FORM UCD 2000 to record your answers to all questions. On the SCANTRON print your name on the right and your student ID number in the space provided. Fill in your student ID number (9 digits). IN THE MIDDLE OF THE SCANTRON BUBBLE THE APPROPRITE TEST FORM (A, B). RECORD TEST COLOR, FORM and EXAM # AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SCANTRON. Each question has one and only one correct best answer. Fill in each appropriate answer space completely and accurately with a Number 2 pencil. An error will be scored for an incorrect answer, for absence of an answer, or for more than one answer to a question. Be sure to erase completely when changing an answer. For each multiple choice question, select the correct (best) answer and fill in the corresponding (A-E) space. DO NOT bend, fold, or mutilate the SCANTRON. For questions 51-64 you must show your work and units for credit. PRINT YOUR NAME and ID NUMBER CLEARLY ON PAGES 10-14. When you have completed the examination, turn in BOTH the SCANTRON and the EXAMINATION QUESTIONS. YOUR SET OF EXAMINATION QUESTIONS WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE TO YOU WHEN THE EXAMINATION SCORES ARE POSTED. BY INDICATING YOUR ANSWERS ON YOUR QUESTION SET YOU CAN HAVE A RECORD TO CHECK AGAINST THE ANSWER KEY WHICH WILL BE POSTED. YOUR SCANTRON WILL NOT BE RETURNED TO YOU. STATEMENT : By my signature below I affirm that I understand the honor code of the Davis campus, and that my conduct in this examination has been in accord with it. ______________________________________ STUDENT SIGNATURE GOOD LUCK
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Early Final - Test Form A 2 1. Where do minerals originate in the food chain? a. air b. soil c. plants d. animals 2. Trace minerals are present in the body at 5-6% of the body weight. a. True b. False 3. Which organ is involved in the homeostasis of mineral balance? 4. Chemically speaking, minerals are organic. a. True b. False c. Only those minerals found in unprocessed foods are organic 5. Consider an individual who is consuming a diet deficient in calcium for three weeks. This dietary deficiency of calcium would result in: 6. Sodium and potassium are both involved in the control of body fluid balance, however, their distribution in the body's fluid compartments differ. a. True b. False
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