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Continuing Education Atmosphere
What kind of weather can we expect from a cold front moving through?
  1. rapid drop in temperature and severe weather
  2. rapid drop in temperature and clear skies
  3. rapid increase in temperature and severe weather
Continuing Education Nervous and Endocrine Systems
The autonomic nervous system is a subdivision of the
  1. parasympathetic nervous system.
  2. central nervous system.
  3. peripheral nervous system.
  4. sympathetic nervous system.
Continuing Education Zoology
Continuing Education Zoology
What is the average life span of frogs?
  1. 10 years
  2. 15 years
  3. 20 years
  4. more than 20 years
Continuing Education Zoology
How many species of poisonous frog are there?
  1. 200 species
  2. less than 200
  3. more than 200
  4. None of the above
Continuing Education Zoology
Continuing Education Anatomical Organization
Typically surrounded by several layers of gelatinous material, which of the following three gases does it allow to travel between the layers?
  1. oxygen, urethane and heleum
  2. oxygen, carbon dioxide and ammonia.
  3. hydrogen, ammonia and carbon dioxide
  4. h2o, oxygen and carbon dioxide
Continuing Education Zoology
What is an adult frog called?
  1. amphibians
  2. Anura
  3. Leptodactylodon
  4. tadpole
Continuing Education Atmosphere
Continuing Education Atmosphere
What is an Off Route Obstruction Clearance Altitude (OROCA)?
  1. The minimum altitude in each sector on a map to ensure obstruction and terrain clearance in that sector
  2. The minimum altitude in each sector on a map to ensure just terrain clearance in that sector
  3. The minimum altitude in each sector on a map to ensure obtruction and terrain clearance for the entire geographic region of the flight
Continuing Education Atmosphere
How does the hot air affect aircraft performance in both airplanes and helicopters?
  1. Hot air is less dense and therefore has less molecules in the air to create lift and propulsion
  2. hot air is more dense and therefore exerts more weight on the aircraft to overcome
  3. hot air makes the engines work harder so the engines overheat and create less power
Continuing Education Atmosphere
Continuing Education Atmosphere
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