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ASVAB General Science Practice Test 1

ASVAB General Science Practice Test 1

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ASVAB practice test for the general science subtest.
ASVAB practice test for the general science subtest.

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ASVAB Practice Test| ASVAB Test Bank
ASVAB General Science Practice Test
1Which of the following is not a characteristic of acids?
A
Take on an ion in a water solution
B
Have a low concentration of hydrogen ions
C
Turn blue litmus paper red
D
Have low pH numbers
2A mutually beneficial relationship between different species iscalled:
A
Amensalism
B
Commensalism
C
Symbiosis
D
Parasitism
3The skin is a part of what bodily system?
A
Immune system
B
Skeletal system
C
Endocrine system
D
Digestive system
 
4What is the temperature at which water vapor condenses into aliquid called?
A
Boiling point
B
Sublimation point
C
Freezing point
D
Dew point
5Which of the following is not a characteristic of refraction?
A
Occurs when light passes into a substance
B
Changes the speed of the light
C
Effect depends on the optical density of a substance
D
Doesn't change the speed of the light
 
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1Which of the following is not a characteristic of acids?
Take on an ion in a water solution
B
Have a low concentration of hydrogen ions
C
Turn blue litmus paper red
D
Have low pH numbers
SOLUTION
The characteristics of acids include: give up an ion in a water solution, turn blue litmus paper red,have low ph numbers, have a low concentration of hydrogen ions.The characteristics of alkalis include: take on an ion in a water solution, turn red litmus paper blue,have high ph numbers, have a high concentration of hydrogen ions.
2A mutually beneficial relationship between different species iscalled:
A
Amensalism
B
Commensalism
Symbiosis
D
Parasitism
SOLUTION
Symbiosis is any relationship between individuals of different species where both individualsbenefit. Commensalism describes a relationship where one species benefits and the other is notsignificantly affected. In amensalism, one species is harmed and the other is not significantlyaffected and parasitism is a relationship where one species benefits and the other is harmed.

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