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ASVAB Science

ASVAB General Science Questions

One celled animal is called? protozoa
Annelida are? worms
Porifera are? sponges
Anthropoda are? spiders and crustaceans
True insects have how many pairs of legs? 3
Uranium is found in? pitchblende
Hematite is a source of? iron
Chalcopyrite is? an ore of copper
Bauzite is a source of? aluminum
Atomic weight of hydrogen is? 1.0080
Atomic weight of helium is? 4.003
Atomic weight of oxygen is? 16.00
What constitutes about 4/5 of the atmosphere? nitrogen
Cirrus clouds are made up of? ice crystals
Cirrus clouds are at what altitude? 20,000-40,000 feet
What are nimbus coulds? grey rain clouds
What are cumulus clouds? white fluffy clouds
Stratus clouds are? long, low clouds
Stratus clouds are at what altitude? 2,000-7,000 feet
A substance radiation can't pass through? lead
What is Scurvy? A disease caused by vitamin C deficiency
What is the rate or speed of doing work? power
A negative particle? Electron
Positive particle? proton
Neutral particle? neutron
Negative and positive particle? meson
Limestone is what kind of rock? sedimentary
Created by: charlenemarie86