TAKS Specialist Exit Level 2006.


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The peccary has a mass of 10 20 kg and a shoulder tallness of around 50 ... The nabbed peccary is omnivorous, eating generally roots, seeds, natural product, desert flora, and ...
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TAKS Doctor Exit Level 2006 Fall 2007 Practice TAKS Week

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So what was the deal? The blue fluid sank to the base. BLUE 1 The photo demonstrates the aftereffects of emptying a blue fluid into a reasonable fluid and permitting the blend to settle for 25 minutes. Contrasted with the unmistakable fluid, the blue fluid is more — An enormous C gooey It is not getting some information about mass when it sinks in respect to another fluid, and this doesn\'t allude to estimate. . . How moderate or safe it is to being poured would not make it sink. . . Not C D dissolvable B thick That implies it is NOT solvent, or it would at present be blended in

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What are the microbes (Bacillus) expected to control? Also, how would they influence the creepy crawlies? 2 The microscopic organisms Bacillus thuringiensis produce protein gems that are harmful to the digestive arrangement of creepy crawlies. By what means can these microorganisms be utilized to control creepy crawlies in yields? F Apply the microscopic organisms to developing plants. G Expose the microorganisms to low levels of light. H Remove plants from zones containing the microscopic organisms. J Treat the microscopic organisms with an answer of the protein precious stones. They can be eaten by the bugs and slaughter the creepy crawly populace Light? What does light need to do with any of this??? The microscopic organisms are not the issue, the bugs are. . . They make the protein gems, this would have no impact on bugs.

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The Collared Peccary The caught peccary is regularly mixed up for a pig. It has a short pig-like nose and smashing molars. The peccary has a mass of 10–20 kg and a shoulder tallness of around 50 cm. The busted peccary is omnivorous, eating for the most part roots, seeds, natural product, desert plants, and infrequently creepy crawlies and mice. Peccaries go in crowds of 6–30 creatures. The characteristic foes of the peccary are catamounts and coyotes. 3 Which of these is a nourishment electronic on the connections portrayed previously? The right web ought to have the omnivore having every one of the bolts from what it eats indicated it, and the bolts from it to catamount and coyotes. Not C, Plants don\'t eat Peccaries! Not A, Peccaries don\'t eat Bobcats! Not D, Mice don\'t eat Peccaries!

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4 This photo demonstrates a little area of a sunlight based force plant. Which of these declines the vitality creation at such power plants? F Cloudy skies G Ozone noticeable all around H Hot climate J Low stickiness To diminishing creation, diminish accessible sun oriented vitality. There is less sun when there are mists.

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Measures change in temperature, not pH Adds heat vitality, does not gauge anything. Measures mass not pH 5 Which of these could be utilized to figure out if a substance is a base? A Thermometer B Litmus paper C Balance D Bunsen burner

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Conduction is a method for moving warm vitality in solids. Refraction is the twisting of a wave when it changes the substance through which it is moving. Amplification happens when a wave goes through a perspective that spreads out the light waves. Laser Light Striking a DVD 6 When a DVD is perused, laser light touches the DVD surface and is then measured at area A. What permits light to come back to area An in the wake of striking the DVD surface? F Conduction G Refraction H Magnification J Reflection

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Mutations are changes in the DNA, and would just be gainful on the off chance that they gave a life form an edge over others of the same species – Answer A 7 Which of these best clarifies how transformation can be helpful to a creature? A Phenotypic change may make favorable position over different living beings. B Recombined hereditary material enhances genotype security. C Mitosis turns into a favored method for propagation. D Deoxyribose sugars form into extra nucleotides. Recombining DNA would most likely not bring about even the same life form. Mitosis is straightforward cell division which produces indistinguishable cells, not changes or even variety. Deoxyribose is the sugar in favor of the DNA atom that is a piece of a nucleotide, alongside the phosphate gathering and nitrogen base.

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Kidneys and Dialysis 8 The case contains a few actualities about kidneys and dialysis. Which of the accompanying best clarifies why dialysis works? F Dialysis diminishes the extent of proteins. G Proteins are broken up by pee. H Dialysis channels proteins from arrangement. J Proteins transport layer parts. This would not bring down the levels the pee, so not F. On the off chance that they were broken down by pee, they would not be in it. Proteins are typically compounds or structures, and are not transport atoms.

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9 The holding attributes of oxygen are most like the holding qualities of — A hydrogen B silicon C helium D sulfur ! The holding attributes are its compound properties, which is the means by which components are gathered into families. That implies the other component must be in the same family . . .

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This framework is in charge of evacuating cell breath misuse of CO 2 and water. So if a creature is parched, does it discharge liquids? 10 How is the excretory framework well on the way to react when a creature is parched? F By unwinding the smooth muscles G By holding body liquids H By retaining heat from lymph organs J By discharging hormones Would discharge pee and different squanders – Not F Absorbing warmth would bring about liquid discharge for cooling. This is a moderate correspondence framework in a body, and would take much too yearn for a body reaction.

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Same synthetic organization implies made of the same components, not as a matter of course in the same proportion, so a compound, for example, the gas methane CH 4 , would be a great deal less thick than the fluid butane C 4 H 10 . 11 Compounds with the same synthetic arrangement may have distinctive densities since they — A have contrasts in reactivity B can bond with oxygen C change in solvency D exist in various stages Reactivity does not impact thickness. Capacity to bond with oxygen is a compound property and does not impact thickness. Extremity decides dissolvability, not thickness

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Power is Work/time, less time implies speedier work and more power! 12 A notice claims that a specific truck has the most capable motor in its class. On the off chance that the motor has more power, which of the accompanying can the truck\'s motor do, contrasted with each other motor in its class? F Produce less outflows G Operate all the more proficiently H Perform work speedier J Accelerate longer Emission controls don\'t impact power. Productivity would be measure of vitality utilized, not the velocity of the work done. Expanding the measure of quickening would be a consequence of expanded force, not a reason for it.

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13 The chart demonstrates a few periods of the nitrogen cycle. Which of the accompanying portrays the no doubt impact of expelling a few plants from the range by utilizing concoction herbicides? A The rate of disintegration of rocks on the ground would be moderated. B The stream of vital supplements would be disturbed. C The capacity of plants to finish photosynthesis would be expanded. D The invasion of water into the ground would be stopped. Evacuating plants would build disintegration, not diminish it. Less plants would mean less capacity for photosynthesis to happen. The quantity of plants won\'t impact the measure of water going in.

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14 Which of the accompanying can\'t metabolize supplements? Three of these F, H and J are cells which must metabolize supplements . G is an infection and can not metabolize or recreate without contaminating a cell to do it for it.

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Since all vitality on earth originates from the sun, any that is not straightforwardly utilized by living things is radiated as warmth to nature. 15 About 10% of the vitality at one trophic level is passed to the following level. What for the most part happens to the vitality that is not went to the following trophic level or used to do life forms? An It is emitted as warmth. B It is put away as vitamins. C It is utilized as a part of multiplication. D It is utilized as a part of protein amalgamation. Most vitamins are water or fat dissolvable and are not put away. Not B Reproduction and protein blend are both life forms. Not C or D

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4 X O 2 = 8 O 5 X O 2 = 10 O And, we have 2 x H 2 left here! To be adjusted, there must be the same number of every component on both sides, so cross out what we as of now have and see what it exited. 16 Which extra item adjusts this response? F 4OH( aq ) G CH 4 ( g ) H 2 O 2 ( g ) J 2H 2 O( g ) 10 Oxygens – 8 Oxygens = 2 left!! 2H 2 + 2O  2H 2 O

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Echoes are sound reflections This is not light so not a range reflection This is a property of sound waves, since they move matter, the wave can bring about other matter to vibrate. This is called reverberation. 17 A void glass was firmly secured with plastic wrap, and a couple grains of salt were sprinkled on top of the plastic. At the point when a tuning fork was struck and put somewhat over the plastic wrap, the salt started to move. Which normal for waves does the development of the salt best illustrate? An Echo development B Diffraction C Resonance D Specular reflection Diffraction is the point at which it parts into wavelengths.

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18 What is the net power applied on a 90.0 kg race-auto driver while the race auto is quickening from 0 to 44.7 m/s in 4.50 s? F 9.8 N G 20 N H 201 N J 894 N Use the equation page!!! F = m an and Acceleration = Vf – Vi time A = 44.7 – 0 = 9.9 m/s 2 4.5 So F = 90.0kg x 9.9 m/s 2 = 893.9 N

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What are the greatest perils of this compound? 19 The name appeared above contains data about some unsafe impacts of CH3)2CO. A gathering of understudies arrangements to utilize CH3)2CO to wash out a glass compartment. A second gathering of understudies is working at the same lab table. Which of the accompanying

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