Are You Smarter Than a Shmooper?

Posted by Shmoop on 4/21/19 11:39 AM
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Shmoop Questions:

 

1. What's the meaning of the statement "You can think of them as building blocks"? 5th Grade Science 

A) The author is a builder
B) All atoms look like building blocks
C) Matter is made similarly to how things are built
D) Atoms are used as the structure that creates and holds matter together

 


 

2.Which of the following is not an example of mental illness? 8th Grade Health 

A) Influenza 
B) Dissociative Identity Disorder
C) ADHD
D) Schizophrenia


 

3. Simplify √169. Algebra II Semester A 

A) 13 
B) 10
C) 12
D) 11

 


 

4. Bonus College Question — Business Communication

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Which of the following is not included in nonverbal communication?

A) The way a person utilizes adjectives within their speech 
B) How loudly a person is speaking
C) The way a person uses their hands as they speak
D) An angry or sad tone to a person's voice

 

Are Smarter Than a Shmooper? Let's Find Out.

 

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