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1 Tools of Environmental ScienceStandardized Test Prep Preview Multiple Choice

2 Tools of Environmental ScienceStandardized Test Prep Multiple Choice 1. How would a scientist categorize a testable explanation for an observation? A.a correlation B.an experiment C.an hypothesis D.a prediction

3 Tools of Environmental ScienceStandardized Test Prep Multiple Choice 1. How would a scientist categorize a testable explanation for an observation? A.a correlation B.an experiment C.an hypothesis D.a prediction

4 Tools of Environmental ScienceStandardized Test Prep Multiple Choice, continued 2.What happens when an observation is submitted for peer review? F.The article is proofread before it is published. G.A professor gives a lecture based on a published article. H.The results are looked at closely by other scientific experts. I.Information on the experimental design is included in published works.

5 Tools of Environmental ScienceStandardized Test Prep Multiple Choice, continued 2.What happens when an observation is submitted for peer review? F.The article is proofread before it is published. G.A professor gives a lecture based on a published article. H.The results are looked at closely by other scientific experts. I.Information on the experimental design is included in published works.

6 Tools of Environmental ScienceStandardized Test Prep Multiple Choice, continued 3.Which of the following is an example of a scientist’s physical model? A.a crash-test dummy for a car company B.a diagram of the structure of an atom C.a map of Denver, Colorado D.a satellite image of South America

7 Tools of Environmental ScienceStandardized Test Prep Multiple Choice, continued 3.Which of the following is an example of a scientist’s physical model? A.a crash-test dummy for a car company B.a diagram of the structure of an atom C.a map of Denver, Colorado D.a satellite image of South America

8 Tools of Environmental ScienceStandardized Test Prep Multiple Choice, continued 4.What attribute of a skeptic would contribute to a good scientific mind? F.willingness to travel G.an empathetic nature H.desire to conduct experiments I.continually questioning observations

9 Tools of Environmental ScienceStandardized Test Prep Multiple Choice, continued 4.What attribute of a skeptic would contribute to a good scientific mind? F.willingness to travel G.an empathetic nature H.desire to conduct experiments I.continually questioning observations

10 Tools of Environmental ScienceStandardized Test Prep Multiple Choice, continued Use this map to answer question 5 through 8.

11 Tools of Environmental ScienceStandardized Test Prep Multiple Choice, continued 5. What type of distribution does this bell-shaped curve depict? A.asymmetric B.correlative C.normal D.random

12 Tools of Environmental ScienceStandardized Test Prep Multiple Choice, continued 5. What type of distribution does this bell-shaped curve depict? A.asymmetric B.correlative C.normal D.random

13 Tools of Environmental ScienceStandardized Test Prep Multiple Choice, continued 6. How many mussels are less than 25 mm in length? F.6 G.9 H.12 I.15

14 Tools of Environmental ScienceStandardized Test Prep Multiple Choice, continued 6. How many mussels are less than 25 mm in length? F.6 G.9 H.12 I.15

15 Tools of Environmental ScienceStandardized Test Prep Multiple Choice, continued 7. Determine the total size of this statistical population of dwarf wedge mussels. A.60 B.70 C.80 D.90

16 Tools of Environmental ScienceStandardized Test Prep Multiple Choice, continued 7. Determine the total size of this statistical population of dwarf wedge mussels. A.60 B.70 C.80 D.90

17 Tools of Environmental ScienceStandardized Test Prep Multiple Choice, continued 8. What is the most likely size predictable for a mussel randomly drawn from this population? F.15–20 mm G.25–30 mm H.30–35 mm I.40–45 mm

18 Tools of Environmental ScienceStandardized Test Prep Multiple Choice, continued 8. What is the most likely size predictable for a mussel randomly drawn from this population? F.15–20 mm G.25–30 mm H.30–35 mm I.40–45 mm


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