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How must a problem be stated?
a) As a conclusion b) As a question. c) In a graph d)
Which is a proper conclusion?
a) My favourite football player is Randy Moss. b) Randy Moss is the best wide-receiver ever. c) My hypothesis was correct. Randy Moss runs faster than Tom Brady. d) My hypothesis was incorrect.
A commercial for a local food bank would be appealilng to which of Maslow's needs?
a) Biological b) Esteem c) Self-affirmation d) Safety
True or False: Everyone has the same needs.
a) True b) False c) d)
How many variables can change in a fair test?
a) one b) two c) three d) four
In a fair test, control variables are:
a) changed every trial b) kept the same every trial c) not important d)
Which of the following is an example of a slogan?
a) Will make your clothes brighter than the next leading brand. b) Two out of three dentists prefer Crest. c) Two times stretchier than the next leading brand. d) Made from the best stuff.
Which of the following is an example of an opinion?
a) Chips ahoy have more chocolate chips than No Name brand. b) Pizza is the best food. c) More people buy Pepsi than Coke. d)
Which of the following is NOT a form of media?
a) Money b) Newspaper c) Billboards d) Commercials
How many levels are there in Maslow's pyramid?
a) Three b) Four c) Five d) Six
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