Are You Smarter Than a Shmooper?

Posted by Shmoop on 5/5/19 9:55 AM
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Below are four questions and answers taken from Shmoop's premium online courses. These questions are of varying degrees of difficulty. If you get stuck or want to learn more about the topic covered in the question simply click the associated link to go to the course.*

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Shmoop Questions:

 

1. How do you write 0.53 as a fraction?  6th Grade Math Semester A  

A)  53/1

B) 53/100

C) 53/1000

D) 10/53

 


 

2. Choose the pinyin with the correct tone mark.? Chinese I Semester A

A) nuǎn 

B) ńin

C) ýa

D) laǒ

 


 

3. Which of the following artifacts, characteristic of the Bronze Age societies that resided in the area depicted above, most directly suggests the presence of an elite social class? Advanced World History Semester A 

A) Decorated pottery
B) Seals inscribed with symbols and writing
C) Palaces
D) Cotton clothing

 


 

4. Bonus College Question — AP Art History Semester A

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.

Which methodology would not likely be used to study prehistoric cave paintings?

A) Feminism.

B) Formalism.

C) Semiotics.

D) Marxism.

 

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

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