GED Science Test Set 3

Last Updated on April 8, 2024.

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1. What does the body convert sugars into?
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2. Generally, a tornado is a rotating column of air connecting the ground to
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3. When a dominant allele is present, the offspring will show  ….  characteristics.
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4. A scientist conducts an experiment to see if acids affect the health of a particular type of plant. Three sets of plants were treated with acidic solutions of a pH of 2, pH of 4, and a pH of 6, while the control set was treated with a solution of neutral pH 7.

Results of the experiment:
  1. Plants treated with a pH (2) - 10 of 10 plants are dead
  2. Plants treated with a pH (4) - 5 of 10 plants are dead
  3. Plants treated with a ph (6) - 2 of 10 plants are dead
  4. Plants treated with a ph (7) - 0 of 10 plants are dead
Which is the best conclusion for this experiment?
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5. A tall man feeds his cows different amounts of food each day. He notices that the cows are happier on days when they receive the most food. In this situation, what is the independent variable?
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6. The area of the United States where tornadoes are most frequent is called
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7. Charles Darwin was best known for:
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8. Temperature is a measurement of an object’s
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9. Why does ice stay at the top of oceans instead of sinking to the bottom?
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10. Read the text and finish the sentence below the text.

"Inheritance is the process by which genetic information is passed on from parent to child. This is why members of the same family tend to have similar characteristics. Each of the cells in the new person contains genetic material from the two parents. Humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes, they are diploid."source: yourgenome.orgHumans have ….
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