Are You Smarter Than a Shmooper?

Posted by Shmoop on 3/10/19 1:30 PM

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 is true about a heterogeneous mixture5th Grade Science

A) The substances aren't evenly distributed.
B) The substances are evenly distributed.
C) The substances contain a solute and a solvent.
D) The substances only contain a solute.



2. What is self-esteem?  8th Grade Health

A) How good you feel about yourself, usually determined by comparing your current self to the perfect version of yourself.
B) When you feel you're basically perfect.
C) How much you compare yourself to other people.
D) When you feel you're the farthest thing from perfect.



3. What's the real part of (a + bi)(c + di)?  Algebra II - Semester A

A) - bd 
B) ac
C) ac + bd
D) ac – bd



4. Bonus College Question — Business Communication 

This course has been recommended for ACE CREDIT®, which means it is considered for credit at thousands of colleges and universities across the country. For more information, click here.


A company has a policy where they often provide regular reports on the profits of their satellite stores to each employee. This is an example of:


A) Relationship-building
B) Innovation
C) Transparency
D) Consensus-building

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