Are You Smarter Than a Shmooper?

Posted by Shmoop on 1/13/19 8:32 AM
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Ready to test yourself to see if you're smarter than a Shmooper? We've gathered four questions (and answers—you're welcome) from some of our favorite premium online courses and test prep. 

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Shmoop Questions: 

1. Which of the following was not influenced by industrialization in the 1950s? 5th Grade Social Studies

(A) Housing construction

(B) Drive-in movies 

(C) Fast food

(D) Auto development


 2. How can we translate the sentence "Twelve times the sum of the square root of n and two" as an algebraic expression? Algebra II - Semester A

A) 12 × 2√ n - Your answer is incorrect.

B) 12 × √ n + 2

C) 12( n + 2)

D) 12(√( n ) + 2)


3. Which of the following is a good action if you or someone you know is being cyberbullied? 8th Grade Health

A) Report cyberbullying to your school's administration. 
B) Don't report the cyberbullying to the social media site it is occurring, on because there is nothing they can do to control the behavior of their users.
C) Delete all of the messages, because they are so hurtful and shouldn't be dwelled upon.
D) All of these


 4. Bonus Finance Question — Series 7 Exam Prep (stockbrokers take this test to get a license to trade)

What is a Brokered Certificate Of Deposit?

 
 
 
Find Out If You Are Smarter than a Shmooper
 

Topics: Literature, Finance

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