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Grade 9 Ancient History
Early humans lived in conditions that were determined by nature. These conditions are known as which one of the following:
  1. competitive conditions
  2. contemporary conditions
  3. primeval conditions
  4. primitive conditions
Grade 10 Cell Structure and Function
Grade 10 Cell Structure and Function
During                      , vacuoles lose water and cells shrivel.
  1. isotonic conditions
  2. hypotonic conditions
  3. hypertonic conditions
Grade 10 Cell Structure and Function
Grade 10 Logical Thinking
An "if... then..." statement.
  1. condition
  2. conditional
  3. hypothesis
  4. conclusion
Continuing Education Abbreviations and Acronyms
What does gd. cond. probably mean?
  1. grand condition
  2. air conditioned
  3. good condo
  4. good condition
Grade 9 Adaptations and Behavior
An animal applying something it has already learned to a new situation without a period of trial and error is
  1. insight learning.
  2. conditioned learning.
  3. operant conditioning.
  4. classical conditioning.
Grade 9 Adaptations and Behavior
A decrease in response to a stimulus that neither rewards nor harms an animal is called
  1. instinct.
  2. habituation.
  3. operant conditioning.
  4. classical conditioning.
Grade 9 Adaptations and Behavior
A behavior in which an animal learns to stop responding to a particular stimulus over time is
  1. habituation.
  2. imprinting.
  3. operant conditioning.
  4. classical conditioning.
Grade 10 Adaptations and Behavior
A bird that stops responding to a repeated warning call when the call is not followed by an attack is an example of
  1. classical conditioning.
  2. habituation.
  3. operant conditioning.
  4. insight learning.
Grade 10 Adaptations and Behavior
A chimpanzee that stacks boxes in order to reach a banana hanging from the ceiling is showing
  1. operant conditioning.
  2. habituation.
  3. insight learning.
  4. classical conditioning.
Grade 10 Adaptations and Behavior
A dog that always salivates at the ringing of a bell is showing
  1. habituation.
  2. classical conditioning.
  3. insight learning.
  4. operant conditioning.
Grade 10 Adaptations and Behavior
A rat that learns to press a button to get food is exhibiting
  1. habituation.
  2. insight learning.
  3. operant conditioning.
  4. classical conditioning.
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