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Grade 8 Army
Using the following set of data, construct a stem and leaf plot, histogram & use these to determine the mean, median & mode

56, 65, 98, 82, 64, 71, 78, 77, 86, 95, 91, 59,
69, 70, 80, 92, 76, 82, 85, 91, 92, 99, 73, 91
Grade 10 Military
Which of the maps listed below shows elevation by the use of contour lines and the horizontal position of terrain features and land formations?
  1. city or state road map
  2. geographic map
  3. topographic map
  4. tourist map
Continuing Education Military
What is the body's most necessary nutrient?
  1. Protein
  2. Carbohydrates
  3. Water
  4. Minerals
Grade 9 Army
Where did the Civil War begin?
  1. Fort Mountain
  2. Fort Sumter
  3. Fort Summer
  4. Iraq
Grade 10 Military
The United States fought Japan, Germany and Italy during World War II.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 10 Military
A natural or man-made feature on the earth's surface is called               
  1. a landform
  2. terrain
  3. topography
Kindergarten Military
Which armed force is trained to fight on the water?
  1. the Navy
  2. the Army
  3. the Air Force
Grade 10 Military
Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream for America. What was his dream?
  1. Equality for all Americans
  2. Stop slavery
  3. Civil rights for all
  4. Both a and c
Kindergarten Military
Why do we celebrate Veteran's Day?
  1. to say "Thank You" to the boys and girls at Deerwood Academy.
  2. to say "Thank You" to the animals.
  3. to say "Thank You" to the men and women who served in the Armed Forces for our country to keep our freedom and to keep us safe.
Kindergarten Military
Which armed force is traind to fight on land?
  1. the Navy
  2. the Army
  3. the Air Force
Continuing Education Military
Rest is included in which basic human need category?
  1. Safety
  2. Security
  3. Self-Esteem
  4. Physiological
Continuing Education Military
At what altitude is density of the atmosphere the greatest?
  1. 1,000 feet
  2. 18,000 feet
  3. Sea level
  4. 30,000 feet
Grade 10 Navy
Nuclear submarines, unlike diesel-powered submarines, do NOT need to                        .
  1. use energy
  2. be very quiet
  3. surface often to refuel
  4. have a crew of sailors
Grade 10 Army
The height or vertical distance of a point on the earth's surface above or below mean sea level is known as                
  1. altitude
  2. elevation
  3. relief
Continuing Education Navy
To manage and supervise people effectively, you must have which of the following leadership skills?
  1. The ability to ignore conflicts among various groups
  2. The ability to listen to and understand what people have to say
  3. The ability to place people in correct racial, ethnic, and religious categories
  4. The ability to substitute generalized ideas about people when you aren't sure of their motives
Continuing Education Military
Which food is not permitted for a patient who is on a low fat diet?
  1. Cottage cheese
  2. Skim milk
  3. Fried fish
  4. Potatoes
Grade 10 Army
If a feature on the earth's surface was not formed naturally, the it is considered to be                  
  1. artificially-made
  2. fabricated
  3. man-made
Grade 10 Military
The most common units of measurement on road maps are                                
  1. statute miles and nautical miles
  2. kilometers and nautical miles
  3. kilometers and meters
  4. kilometers and miles
Grade 10 Military
What are the two major political parties in the U.S. today?
  1. Tea Party
  2. Democrat
  3. Independants
  4. Repbulican
  5. Both b and d
Continuing Education Military
The physiological significance of Boyle's Law is
  1. it esplains the way in which ascent to altitude induces hypoxia
  2. it forms the conditions which lead to altitude induced bends and chokes
  3. it explains the effects of altitude on the middle ear, sinuses, and GI tract
  4. minimal; the normal human body maintains a near constant temperature
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