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ID Practice Final #3 Basic Spring 2013 Number your paper from 1-25; answer all the questions - then check answers on the last slide.
Question #1 ID the type of horse(group)?
Question #2 What plant group is this plant in?
Question #3 What plant group is this plant in?
Question #4 ID the breed?
Question #5 What plant group is this plant in?
Question #6 ID the country of origin?
Question #7 What plant group is this plant in?
Question #8 ID the breed?
Question #9 Name the equipment?
Question #10 Which country has the most sheep?
Question #11 Name the equipment? (the yellow one)
Question #12 Name the equipment?
Question #13 Name the type of tornado?
Question #14 Name the equipment?
Question #15 Who invented this piece of equipment?
Question #16 Name the part in the circle?
Question #17 What do these chicken produce?
Question #18 Name which side of the leaf this is on?
Question #19 What does this animal produce?
Question #20 Name the equipment?
Question #21 Who is stationed by the door?
Question #22 ID the breed?
Question #23 What will this little Maggot grow up to be?
Question #24 What does this part of the emblem mean?
Question #25 Who is stationed by the flag?
Answer #3 1.Draft14. Real Mower 2. Angiosperm15. John Deere 3. Dicot16. Antennae 4. Jersey17. Meat/Nuggets 5.Monocot18.Bottom 6. England/UK/Britain19. Meat/Beef 7.Gymnosperm20. Spreader/Sprayer 8. Duroc21. Sentinel 9. Plow22. Palomino 10. Australia23. Fly 11.Hoe24. Labor/Tillage of Soil/Hard work 12. Hand rake or garden fork25. Reporter 13. EF0 (or zero)
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