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Grade 10 Chemistry
Which statement is true when two metals composed of different elements combine to form an alloy?
  1. It’s more difficult for the layers to slide over each other, so alloys are harder than the pure metal.
  2. It’s less difficult for the layers to slide over each other, so alloys are harder than the pure metal.
  3. It’s more difficult for the layers to slide over each other, so alloys are softer than the pure metal.
  4. It’s less difficult for the layers to slide over each other, so alloys are softer than the
  5. It’s less difficult for the layers to slide over each other, so alloys are softer than the pure metal.
None Business Technology
Agent
  1. A party which acts on behalf of - and with the authority of - another.
  2. The party that is named by the grantor, settler or creator of the trust and is entitled, according to the terms in the respective trust deed, the benefit from the revenues of the trust.
  3. Transfers directly from one account to another account within a bank.
  4. The payment of expenses or discharge of a monetary obligation
Grade 7 Defining Words
agents
  1. one that acts or has the power or authority to act
  2. a class of individuals having some common characteristics or qualities
  3. causing or worthy of ridicule or derision; laughable
  4. aware of one's own existence, sensations, thoughts, surroundings, etc.
None Drugs and Alcohol
Grade 9 Baking Skills
Leavening Agent
  1. Flour-liquid mixture that is stiff enough to be shaped by hand
  2. Process that takes place when yeast cells act on sugars to produce carbon dioxide and alcohol; enzymatically controlled process in which a compound is broken down, such as a carbohydrate into carbon dioxide and ethyl alcohol
  3. An ingredient that produces gases in batters and doughs, causing baked products to rise and become light and porous
  4. Flour-liquid mixture with a consistency ranging from thin to thick, depending on the proportion of dry to liquid ingredients
Grade 12 Oxidation-Reduction Reactions
A substance that gains electron(s) is
  1. an oxidizing agent
  2. a reducing agent
  3. a substance that oxidizes
  4. reductant
College Drugs and Alcohol
Digoxin, a drug available in tablets, pediatric elixir, and injection, falls into which therapeutic class?
  1. Hematological agent
  2. Inotropic agent
  3. Antihyperlipidemic
  4. Antihypertensive
Grade 12 Oxidation-Reduction Reactions
A substance that goes to a higher oxidation number is
  1. an oxidising agent
  2. a substance that reduces
  3. a reducing agent
  4. oxidant
College Drugs and Alcohol
Zestoretic falls into which therapeutic class?
  1. Antihypertensive
  2. Hematological agent
  3. Inotropic agent
  4. Anticoagulant
College Drugs and Alcohol
Grade 5 Fill in the Blank Vocabulary CCSS: CCRA.L.4, L.5.4, L.5.4a
Grade 4 Geomorphology
Which is not an agent of weathering?
  1. ice
  2. soil
  3. wind
  4. precipitation
Grade 6 Geomorphology
Which of the following is NOT an agent of erosion?
  1. gravity
  2. water dissolving
  3. wind
  4. glacier
Grade 5 Microbiology
What are disease causing agents?
  1. infectious disease
  2. microorganism
  3. pathogens
  4. vaccine
College Circulatory and Immune Systems
What are the primary variables influencing stroke volume (SV)? Check all that apply.
  1. chronotropic agents
  2. afterload
  3. venous return or preload
  4. contractility or inotropic agents
Continuing Education Cosmetology
Alcohol, Quats, and Phenols are known as which of the following?
  1. physical agents
  2. ultraviolent rays
  3. chemical agents
  4. moist heat
College Drugs and Alcohol
Lipitor falls into which therapeutic class?
  1. Antihyperlipidemic
  2. Antihypertensive
  3. Hematological Agent
  4. Anticoagulant
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