Mr. Russell’s Classroom: Science And Grammar Test

Happy Friday! It’s time for another test in Mr. Russell’s classroom. This week’s quiz centered on science and grammar. Did you study? We’ve added the questions below, there’s even a bonus question for all you smart kids out there!

Question 1: What was on Professor John Carter’s Grammar Police Mug?

A. To Serve and Communicate

B. To Serve and Simplify

C. To Serve and Protect

D. To Serve and Correct

Answer: D

Question 2: Which Sentence is Incorrect?

A. Firefighters are working hard to save more than 35 acres.

B. The controversy centered around mail-in ballots.

C. The candidate said she couldn’t care less about what her opponent said.

D. The Panthers set a record in touchdowns.

Answer: B

Question 3: The Definition of Fracture Mechanics is

A. Methodology that is used to predict and diagnose failure of a part with a new crack or flaw.

B. Methodology that is used to predict and diagnose failure of a part with an existing crack or flaw.

C. Methodology that is used to predict and diagnose failure of a part with an existing hole or flaw.

D. None of the above

Answer: B

Question 4: Catastrophic Crack Propagation means

A. The hole in the balloon widening is what makes it pop, not the fact that air is slowly being let out.

B. The hole in the balloon widening is what makes it pop and at the same time the air is slowly being let out.

C. The hole in the balloon widening is what makes it pop, not the fact that air is quickly being let out.

D. The hole in the balloon shrinking is what makes it pop, not the fact that air is slowly being let out.

Answer: A

 

Extra Credit

J-Stace the Science Ace says despite the process of slowing down the burst of a balloon you will still hear a pop.

True or False

Answer – True

 

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