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What type of water formation is formed by clouds?
{ "text": [ "pearls", "streams", "shells", "diamonds", "rain", "beads", "cooled", "liquid" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
F
beads of water are formed by water vapor condensing
Clouds are made of water vapor.
Beads of water can be formed by clouds.
What type of water formation is formed by clouds? (A) pearls (B) streams (C) shells (D) diamonds (E) rain (F) beads (G) cooled (H) liquid
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Where do beads of water come from?
{ "text": [ "Too much water", "underground systems", "When the water is too cold", "Water spills", "Vapor turning into a liquid", "Warm air moving into cold air", "At the peak of a mountain", "To another location like underground" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
E
beads of water are formed by water vapor condensing
Condensation is the change of water vapor to a liquid.
Vapor turning into a liquid leaves behind beads of water
Where do beads of water come from? (A) Too much water (B) underground systems (C) When the water is too cold (D) Water spills (E) Vapor turning into a liquid (F) Warm air moving into cold air (G) At the peak of a mountain (H) To another location like underground
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What forms beads of water?
{ "text": [ "Necklaces.", "Steam.", "Glass beads .", "a wave", "tiny", "a solute", "rain", "Bracelets." ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
B
beads of water are formed by water vapor condensing
An example of water vapor is steam.
Steam forms beads of water.
What forms beads of water? (A) Necklaces. (B) Steam. (C) Glass beads . (D) a wave (E) tiny (F) a solute (G) rain (H) Bracelets.
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what kind of beads are formed from vapor condensing?
{ "text": [ "tiny", "H20", "h2o", "carbon", "hydrogen", "rain", "oxygen", "Dew" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
C
beads of water are formed by water vapor condensing
Water is made up of H2O molecules.
h2o beads are formed by h2o vapor condensing
what kind of beads are formed from vapor condensing? (A) tiny (B) H20 (C) h2o (D) carbon (E) hydrogen (F) rain (G) oxygen (H) Dew
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what kind of beads are formed by their vapor condensing?
{ "text": [ "h2o", "rain", "tiny", "H20", "CO 2", "blue", "Aves", "Dew" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
A
beads of water are formed by water vapor condensing
Water is made up of H2O molecules.
beads of h2o are formed by h2o vapor condensing
what kind of beads are formed by their vapor condensing? (A) h2o (B) rain (C) tiny (D) H20 (E) CO 2 (F) blue (G) Aves (H) Dew
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What happens to the heat energy during condensation.
{ "text": [ "It goes to the remaining air molecules", "Temperature changing", "they travel great distances", "raising their temperature", "liquid precipitation", "changing phenomenon", "Movement of an air mass", "electrons in motion" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
A
beads of water are formed by water vapor condensing
When water vapor condenses, energy in the form of heat is given to the remaining air molecules.
When water vapor condenses heat energy goes to the remaining air molecules
What happens to the heat energy during condensation. (A) It goes to the remaining air molecules (B) Temperature changing (C) they travel great distances (D) raising their temperature (E) liquid precipitation (F) changing phenomenon (G) Movement of an air mass (H) electrons in motion
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Vapor doing what forms beads of liquid?
{ "text": [ "energy barrier", "condensing", "a solute", "boiling", "unidirectional", "motion", "kinetic energy", "evaporation" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
B
beads of water are formed by water vapor condensing
Water, for example, is a liquid.
beads of liquid are formed by vapor condensing
Vapor doing what forms beads of liquid? (A) energy barrier (B) condensing (C) a solute (D) boiling (E) unidirectional (F) motion (G) kinetic energy (H) evaporation
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Beads of water are formed when?
{ "text": [ "heat is produced", "Temperature changing", "forest is destroyed", "refract or absorb.", "body temperature reduces", "precipitation", "Movement of an air mass", "during the chilling season" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
H
beads of water are formed by water vapor condensing
Condensation of water vapor occurs during the chilling season.
Beads of water are formed during the chilling season
Beads of water are formed when? (A) heat is produced (B) Temperature changing (C) forest is destroyed (D) refract or absorb. (E) body temperature reduces (F) precipitation (G) Movement of an air mass (H) during the chilling season
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Where is water likely to form beads?
{ "text": [ "aqueous solution", "on cold surfaces", "jungles of the sea", "colder weather", "Evaporation", "colder and wetter", "Wet weather", "streams." ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
B
beads of water are formed by water vapor condensing
Moisture builds up in the air and condenses wherever the surfaces are cold.
Water beads form on cold surfaces.
Where is water likely to form beads? (A) aqueous solution (B) on cold surfaces (C) jungles of the sea (D) colder weather (E) Evaporation (F) colder and wetter (G) Wet weather (H) streams.
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Removing what from food will preserve it?
{ "text": [ "flavor", "body water", "heat energy", "color", "Water", "Bodily water", "moisture", "ingredients" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
G
dehydrating food is used for preserving food
Dehydration preserves foods by removing moisture.
removing moisture from food preserves it.
Removing what from food will preserve it? (A) flavor (B) body water (C) heat energy (D) color (E) Water (F) Bodily water (G) moisture (H) ingredients
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What are two ways you can save food?
{ "text": [ "Fully cooking the oysters", "Burning fuel and air", "Bread it and fry it", "Water it down and drink it", "converting electricity to heat", "lowered energy cost", "Dehydration and salting", "Burn it and throw it away" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
G
dehydrating food is used for preserving food
To preserve a food by salting.
You can save food with dehydration or salt.
What are two ways you can save food? (A) Fully cooking the oysters (B) Burning fuel and air (C) Bread it and fry it (D) Water it down and drink it (E) converting electricity to heat (F) lowered energy cost (G) Dehydration and salting (H) Burn it and throw it away
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What does salting food do to it?
{ "text": [ "decrease stamina", "evaporation", "hydration", "Preserves it", "Causes bacteria to spread", "chemical changes", "Causes it to rot", "Cooks it" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
D
dehydrating food is used for preserving food
Foods usually were covered with copious quantities of salt or saturated salt brine, and the salt was allowed to infuse into the tissue while dehydrating the product.
Salting food preserves it
What does salting food do to it? (A) decrease stamina (B) evaporation (C) hydration (D) Preserves it (E) Causes bacteria to spread (F) chemical changes (G) Causes it to rot (H) Cooks it
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What can prevent food spoilage?
{ "text": [ "prolactin release", "one celled organisms", "hydrating food", "cleaning food", "airing out food", "Electric generators", "a hydraulic system", "dehydrating food" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
H
dehydrating food is used for preserving food
Preservatives Preservatives are required to prevent spoilage.
dehydrating food prevent spoilage.
What can prevent food spoilage? (A) prolactin release (B) one celled organisms (C) hydrating food (D) cleaning food (E) airing out food (F) Electric generators (G) a hydraulic system (H) dehydrating food
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What can be removed to preserve food?
{ "text": [ "water", "nutrients", "toxins", "salt", "A virus", "sugar", "leeches", "peat" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
A
dehydrating food is used for preserving food
Dehydration is the removal of water.
Removing water preserves food.
What can be removed to preserve food? (A) water (B) nutrients (C) toxins (D) salt (E) A virus (F) sugar (G) leeches (H) peat
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Which of the following has the most antioxidant benefits for the body?
{ "text": [ "preserved muskrat", "preserved blueberries", "antibiotics", "hamburger", "hydrogen peroxide", "prolactin release", "evaporation", "Thyroid-stimulating hormone" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
B
dehydrating food is used for preserving food
Blueberries retain their antioxidant benefits after dehydration.
Blueberries can be eaten as a preserved food still with antioxidant benefits
Which of the following has the most antioxidant benefits for the body? (A) preserved muskrat (B) preserved blueberries (C) antibiotics (D) hamburger (E) hydrogen peroxide (F) prolactin release (G) evaporation (H) Thyroid-stimulating hormone
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Dehydrating food is used to make it what?
{ "text": [ "last longer", "survive", "go bad", "burn up", "get started", "throw out", "Relieve pain", "dormant state" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
A
dehydrating food is used for preserving food
To keep cut flowers lasting longer, use a commercial florist preservative such as Floralife.
Dehydrating food is used to make it last longer.
Dehydrating food is used to make it what? (A) last longer (B) survive (C) go bad (D) burn up (E) get started (F) throw out (G) Relieve pain (H) dormant state
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Beef jerky is what?
{ "text": [ "low in protein content", "wet", "prone to spoilage", "nutrients", "barrel-shaped", "Relieve pain", "preserved", "layers of fat" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
G
dehydrating food is used for preserving food
Some food is dehydrated, while others are dried much like beef jerky.
beef jerky is preserved
Beef jerky is what? (A) low in protein content (B) wet (C) prone to spoilage (D) nutrients (E) barrel-shaped (F) Relieve pain (G) preserved (H) layers of fat
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How is food preserved?
{ "text": [ "liquid", "moistness", "hydration", "bacteria", "mold", "heat", "Cooking", "drying" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
H
dehydrating food is used for preserving food
Food is then dehydrated in slow oven or dehydrator.
food is preserved by drying
How is food preserved? (A) liquid (B) moistness (C) hydration (D) bacteria (E) mold (F) heat (G) Cooking (H) drying
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Slow cooking food in an oven will cause it to be what?
{ "text": [ "staying warm", "kinetic", "dangerous", "dry and hot", "preserved", "dormant state", "reduced heat", "hydration" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
E
dehydrating food is used for preserving food
Food is then dehydrated in slow oven or dehydrator.
slow cooking food in an oven can be done to preserve it
Slow cooking food in an oven will cause it to be what? (A) staying warm (B) kinetic (C) dangerous (D) dry and hot (E) preserved (F) dormant state (G) reduced heat (H) hydration
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What is used to preserve food?
{ "text": [ "salt", "Energy", "oven", "fats", "sugar", "sodium", "marine", "bamboo" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
C
dehydrating food is used for preserving food
Food is then dehydrated in slow oven or dehydrator.
food is preserved in a slow oven
What is used to preserve food? (A) salt (B) Energy (C) oven (D) fats (E) sugar (F) sodium (G) marine (H) bamboo
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What is used to preserve food?
{ "text": [ "evaporation", "Something from Nesco", "white vinegar", "Calcium carbonate", "salt and water.", "layers of fat", "Exfoliation", "adding heat" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
B
dehydrating food is used for preserving food
Our Nesco Food Dehydrators require no tray rotation due to a patented air flow system.
Something from Nesco is used for preserving food
What is used to preserve food? (A) evaporation (B) Something from Nesco (C) white vinegar (D) Calcium carbonate (E) salt and water. (F) layers of fat (G) Exfoliation (H) adding heat
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Reproduction is the process by which living things what?
{ "text": [ "Most plants", "allow growth", "spread flower seeds", "have wide set eyes", "members of their own species", "have birthing hips", "have quiet laughter", "give birth to babies" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
H
Reproduction is the process by which living things give rise to offspring.
Whenever it starts to give birth, it gives birth up to two to four babies offspring.
Reproduction is the process by which living things give birth to babies
Reproduction is the process by which living things what? (A) Most plants (B) allow growth (C) spread flower seeds (D) have wide set eyes (E) members of their own species (F) have birthing hips (G) have quiet laughter (H) give birth to babies
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What is the transmission of genes?
{ "text": [ "Reproduction", "Cancer", "Sex", "Pollination", "Most plants", "mechanical", "by indirect light", "a wave" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
A
Reproduction is the process by which living things give rise to offspring.
Through reproduction, the parents transmit genes to the offspring.
Reproduction involves the transmission of genes
What is the transmission of genes? (A) Reproduction (B) Cancer (C) Sex (D) Pollination (E) Most plants (F) mechanical (G) by indirect light (H) a wave
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what creates a completely immobile human?
{ "text": [ "burning coal", "birthdays", "lungs", "tectonic plates", "sports", "reproduction", "our nearest star", "fossil fuels" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
F
Reproduction is the process by which living things give rise to offspring.
Human offspring are completely immobile.
reproduction results in a completely immobile human
what creates a completely immobile human? (A) burning coal (B) birthdays (C) lungs (D) tectonic plates (E) sports (F) reproduction (G) our nearest star (H) fossil fuels
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what reproduces to give rise to offspring?
{ "text": [ "fungi", "embryos", "mammals", "plants", "density", "clouds", "Flowers", "multiply" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
D
Reproduction is the process by which living things give rise to offspring.
Plants are also the oldest living things.
reproduction is the process by which plants give rise to offspring
what reproduces to give rise to offspring? (A) fungi (B) embryos (C) mammals (D) plants (E) density (F) clouds (G) Flowers (H) multiply
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What is the process by which living things give rise to offspring?
{ "text": [ "DNA", "photosynthesis", "bird", "sex", "subtraction", "gametes", "eggs", "ovum" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
D
Reproduction is the process by which living things give rise to offspring.
Sex equals reproduction.
Sex is the process by which living things give rise to offspring.
What is the process by which living things give rise to offspring? (A) DNA (B) photosynthesis (C) bird (D) sex (E) subtraction (F) gametes (G) eggs (H) ovum
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What comes from reproduction?
{ "text": [ "babies", "protein", "pollution", "dead cells", "Energy", "seeds", "Most plants", "children" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
H
Reproduction is the process by which living things give rise to offspring.
Most people want to have children who are the biological offspring of both parents.
Reproduction is the process by which living things produce children.
What comes from reproduction? (A) babies (B) protein (C) pollution (D) dead cells (E) Energy (F) seeds (G) Most plants (H) children
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The process by which genes are passed is
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H
Reproduction is the process by which living things give rise to offspring.
Genes are passed from parent to offspring.
Reproduction is the process by which genes are passed
The process by which genes are passed is (A) Most plants (B) flow of electrons (C) mitosis (D) Summer (E) respiration (F) mutation (G) mechanical (H) reproduction
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What gives rise to offspring?
{ "text": [ "sex", "spring", "bird", "DNA", "ova", "production", "factories", "ovum" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
A
Reproduction is the process by which living things give rise to offspring.
Physiologically, sex is for the purpose of reproduction.
sex gives rise to offspring
What gives rise to offspring? (A) sex (B) spring (C) bird (D) DNA (E) ova (F) production (G) factories (H) ovum
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What is the process by which living things give rise to offspring?
{ "text": [ "sex", "diploid", "ovum", "bird", "ovary", "eggs", "gametes", "DNA" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
A
Reproduction is the process by which living things give rise to offspring.
Sex equals reproduction.
sex is the process by which living things give rise to offspring
What is the process by which living things give rise to offspring? (A) sex (B) diploid (C) ovum (D) bird (E) ovary (F) eggs (G) gametes (H) DNA
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How do living things have children?
{ "text": [ "death", "people", "humans", "babies", "it needs them", "reproduction", "mitosis", "production" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
F
Reproduction is the process by which living things give rise to offspring.
Seed refers to offspring, children.
Living things use reproduction to have children.
How do living things have children? (A) death (B) people (C) humans (D) babies (E) it needs them (F) reproduction (G) mitosis (H) production
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The stomach does what in the body?
{ "text": [ "decreases its bodily water", "kills all germs", "breaks food into nutrients", "stores bile", "heat is produced", "extracts water from food", "get chemical reactions started", "cause people to become sick." ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
C
the digestive system breaks food into nutrients for the body
The stomach is part of the digestive system.
The stomach breaks food into nutrients for the body.
The stomach does what in the body? (A) decreases its bodily water (B) kills all germs (C) breaks food into nutrients (D) stores bile (E) heat is produced (F) extracts water from food (G) get chemical reactions started (H) cause people to become sick.
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The digestive system breaks food down into what for the body?
{ "text": [ "strength", "sugar", "meals", "fats", "lipids", "fuel", "hunger", "matter" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
F
the digestive system breaks food into nutrients for the body
Nutrients are fuel for your body.
The digestive system breaks food into fuel for the body.
The digestive system breaks food down into what for the body? (A) strength (B) sugar (C) meals (D) fats (E) lipids (F) fuel (G) hunger (H) matter
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The body needs the digestive system to do what?
{ "text": [ "Burn calories while exercising", "survival", "Fall asleep easily at night", "Digesting food", "get started", "Absorb food without processing it", "Converted sugar", "Break down food" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
H
the digestive system breaks food into nutrients for the body
NUTRIENTS To function, the human body must have nutrients.
The body needs the digestive system to function
The body needs the digestive system to do what? (A) Burn calories while exercising (B) survival (C) Fall asleep easily at night (D) Digesting food (E) get started (F) Absorb food without processing it (G) Converted sugar (H) Break down food
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Which organ helps break down food into nutrients for our bodies?
{ "text": [ "heart", "pancreas", "pipe", "bacteria", "pituitary", "enzymes", "Proteins", "humans" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
B
the digestive system breaks food into nutrients for the body
The pancreas is an organ that is part of our digestive system.
The pancreas is important for breaking food into nutrients for our bodies
Which organ helps break down food into nutrients for our bodies? (A) heart (B) pancreas (C) pipe (D) bacteria (E) pituitary (F) enzymes (G) Proteins (H) humans
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what does the digestive system use to produce nutrients for the body?
{ "text": [ "Proteins", "Enzymes", "oysters", "catabolism", "lungs", "ice cubes", "hair", "nutrients" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
D
the digestive system breaks food into nutrients for the body
Catabolism is the breaking down of food.
the digestive system uses catabolism to produce nutrients for the body
what does the digestive system use to produce nutrients for the body? (A) Proteins (B) Enzymes (C) oysters (D) catabolism (E) lungs (F) ice cubes (G) hair (H) nutrients
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What does the digestive system break into nutrients for the body?
{ "text": [ "fats", "paper", "lipids", "meat", "apples", "corn", "music", "the colon" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
D
the digestive system breaks food into nutrients for the body
Meat is a nutrient-dense food.
the digestive system breaks meat into nutrients for the body
What does the digestive system break into nutrients for the body? (A) fats (B) paper (C) lipids (D) meat (E) apples (F) corn (G) music (H) the colon
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What provides the regeneration of cells for the body?
{ "text": [ "Thyroid-stimulating hormone", "the kiln", "Earthworms", "the kitchen", "the digestive system", "prolactin release", "Pituitary gland", "the corona" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
E
the digestive system breaks food into nutrients for the body
Raw proteins provide nutrients for regeneration of cells, promoting healing, youth and longevity.
The digestive system provides the regeneration of cells for the body.
What provides the regeneration of cells for the body? (A) Thyroid-stimulating hormone (B) the kiln (C) Earthworms (D) the kitchen (E) the digestive system (F) prolactin release (G) Pituitary gland (H) the corona
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What does digestion absorb?
{ "text": [ "food", "lipids", "oxygen", "blood", "sugar", "O2", "water", "Energy" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
A
the digestive system breaks food into nutrients for the body
Proper digestion is vital for nutrient absorption.
digestion absorbs food for the body
What does digestion absorb? (A) food (B) lipids (C) oxygen (D) blood (E) sugar (F) O2 (G) water (H) Energy
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What is needed for the body to grow and remain healthy?
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E
the digestive system breaks food into nutrients for the body
Nutrients are needed for the body to grow and remain healthy.
the digestive system is needed for the body to grow and remain healthy
What is needed for the body to grow and remain healthy? (A) Organic compounds (B) Hair on the head (C) carbohydrates (D) Fast response time (E) The digestive system (F) Hair on the feet (G) deoxyribonucleic acid (H) organic molecules
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What breaks food into nutrients for the body?
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G
the digestive system breaks food into nutrients for the body
Tapeworms have no digestive system and consist primarily of a reproductive system.
Something that tapeworms do not have breaks food into nutrients for the body
What breaks food into nutrients for the body? (A) Fully cooking the oysters (B) secretion of acids and bases (C) Eating and drinking (D) the most widely used biofuel (E) the stage of citokinesis (F) To conserve energy (G) Something that tapeworms do not have (H) hydration of their cells
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What enables the body to grow?
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G
the digestive system breaks food into nutrients for the body
We eat and feed our body with nutrients to enable it to grow.
the digestive system enable our body to grow
What enables the body to grow? (A) single-celled organisms (B) aerobic capacity (C) By coral exoskeletons (D) carbohydrates (E) genetic material (F) deoxyribonucleic acid (G) the digestive system (H) Males and females
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what does the digestive system break food into for the body?
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C
the digestive system breaks food into nutrients for the body
Another nutrient to be concerned with is iron.
the digestive system breaks food into iron for the body
what does the digestive system break food into for the body? (A) sugar (B) fatty (C) iron (D) lipids (E) edible (F) liquid (G) matter (H) Energy
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Where do platypus females lay their eggs?
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E
Platypus females lay their eggs in a burrow.
Many species dig burrows in the ground.
platypus females lay their eggs in the ground
Where do platypus females lay their eggs? (A) swea (B) tree (C) bushes (D) fields (E) ground (F) autumn (G) plate (H) holder
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what females nest in a burrow and wait for the hatching?
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H
Platypus females lay their eggs in a burrow.
When the eggs hatch, the hen leaves the nest site.
Platypus females nest in a burrow and wait for the hatching
what females nest in a burrow and wait for the hatching? (A) ostrich (B) burrowing rabbits (C) loose soil (D) insects (E) warm-blooded (F) honeybees (G) rooster (H) platypus
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Where do platypus females construct their homes for egg laying?
{ "text": [ "loose dirt", "out in the open", "loose soil", "Summer", "rocky areas", "autumn", "soft soil", "compacted soil" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
G
Platypus females lay their eggs in a burrow.
Burrows are constructed in soft soil.
Platypus females lay their eggs in homes constructed in soft soil.
Where do platypus females construct their homes for egg laying? (A) loose dirt (B) out in the open (C) loose soil (D) Summer (E) rocky areas (F) autumn (G) soft soil (H) compacted soil
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What do echidna lay?
{ "text": [ "food", "fat", "seeds", "eggs", "edible", "tadpoles", "nektar", "sacs" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
D
Platypus females lay their eggs in a burrow.
Examples of monotremes are the Platypus and Echidna.
echidnas lay eggs
What do echidna lay? (A) food (B) fat (C) seeds (D) eggs (E) edible (F) tadpoles (G) nektar (H) sacs
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What lays their eggs in a burrow?
{ "text": [ "no mammals", "all mammals", "dogs", "animals", "honeybees", "insects", "some mammals", "alpacas" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
G
Platypus females lay their eggs in a burrow.
Like the platypus, it is an egg laying mammal.
some mammals lay their eggs in a burrow
What lays their eggs in a burrow? (A) no mammals (B) all mammals (C) dogs (D) animals (E) honeybees (F) insects (G) some mammals (H) alpacas
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How do platypus lay eggs?
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G
Platypus females lay their eggs in a burrow.
Burrows dug by badgers are also important in many areas.
Platypus females lay eggs in a dug out area.
How do platypus lay eggs? (A) epidermis and dermis (B) on a flat plane (C) in a tree (D) fur and fat (E) during the day (F) it keeps an organism warm (G) in a dug out area (H) in the water
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what lays their eggs in a burrow?
{ "text": [ "mammals", "alpacas", "loose soil", "animals", "monotremes", "honeybees", "insects", "ducks" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
E
Platypus females lay their eggs in a burrow.
Examples of monotremes are the Platypus and Echidna.
monotremes lay their eggs in a burrow
what lays their eggs in a burrow? (A) mammals (B) alpacas (C) loose soil (D) animals (E) monotremes (F) honeybees (G) insects (H) ducks
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What is the distinguishing feature of monotremes?
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A
Platypus females lay their eggs in a burrow.
Examples of monotremes are the Platypus and Echidna.
Monotremes lay eggs
What is the distinguishing feature of monotremes? (A) They lay eggs (B) the eyes (C) Veins and arteries. (D) eardrum (E) four limbs (F) layers of fat (G) They have thick fur (H) fur and fat
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What does not normally lay eggs?
{ "text": [ "swea", "insects", "Mammal", "chickens", "cows", "animals", "parasites", "ducks" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
C
Platypus females lay their eggs in a burrow.
Although the platypus is a mammal, it is bizarre and lays eggs .
Mammals do not usually lay eggs.
What does not normally lay eggs? (A) swea (B) insects (C) Mammal (D) chickens (E) cows (F) animals (G) parasites (H) ducks
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Most mollusks have what?
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H
Most mollusks have shells.
Instead, the body is covered with a protective shell of bony armor.
Most mollusks have protective of bony armor
Most mollusks have what? (A) aerobic capacity (B) scarce resources (C) layers of fat (D) an organism's body (E) protective parents (F) angry neighbors (G) extra arms (H) protective bony armor
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What do most mussles have?
{ "text": [ "Epidermis", "ice", "shells", "snow", "fur", "names", "a cuticle", "alveoli" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
C
Most mollusks have shells.
Mussels are bivalve mollusks.
Most mussels have shells
What do most mussles have? (A) Epidermis (B) ice (C) shells (D) snow (E) fur (F) names (G) a cuticle (H) alveoli
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Some invertebrates may have which feature?
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H
Most mollusks have shells.
Mollusks are invertebrates and are no exception.
Some invertebrates have shells.
Some invertebrates may have which feature? (A) invertebrate (B) fat (C) gills (D) exception (E) three (F) mollusk (G) complex (H) shell
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what usually has a shell?
{ "text": [ "an object", "humans", "animals", "density", "tortoises", "barnacles", "h2o", "oysters" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
H
Most mollusks have shells.
Clams, oysters and snails are familiar mollusks.
most oysters have shells
what usually has a shell? (A) an object (B) humans (C) animals (D) density (E) tortoises (F) barnacles (G) h2o (H) oysters
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Most soft-bodied invertebrates have what?
{ "text": [ "hands", "epidermal", "protected", "a cuticle", "hard", "alveoli", "shells", "exterior" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
G
Most mollusks have shells.
Mollusks are soft-bodied invertebrates.
Most soft-bodied invertebrates have shells
Most soft-bodied invertebrates have what? (A) hands (B) epidermal (C) protected (D) a cuticle (E) hard (F) alveoli (G) shells (H) exterior
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What have shells?
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F
Most mollusks have shells.
Cephalopods are a class of marine mollusks.
most cephalopods have shells
What have shells? (A) keeps the organism warm (B) lima beans (C) whales (D) objects that have mass (E) it needs them (F) most cephalopods (G) barnacles (H) sharks
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What do mollusks contain?
{ "text": [ "harmful substances", "Organic compounds", "bacon", "cayenne", "acetic acid", "dogs", "Chlorophyll", "Calcium carbonate" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
H
Most mollusks have shells.
Coral reefs and shells are made of calcium carbonate.
mollusks contain calcium carbonate
What do mollusks contain? (A) harmful substances (B) Organic compounds (C) bacon (D) cayenne (E) acetic acid (F) dogs (G) Chlorophyll (H) Calcium carbonate
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What can shells protect?
{ "text": [ "fronts", "animals", "soft bodies", "coastlines", "fur", "blood", "critical organs", "hard bodies" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
C
Most mollusks have shells.
All mollusks have soft bodies.
Shells can protect soft bodies
What can shells protect? (A) fronts (B) animals (C) soft bodies (D) coastlines (E) fur (F) blood (G) critical organs (H) hard bodies
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Mussels have what?
{ "text": [ "seaweed", "arms", "Energy", "a shell", "warmth", "bacteria", "Length", "legs" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
D
Most mollusks have shells.
Mussels are bivalve mollusks.
Mussels have shells.
Mussels have what? (A) seaweed (B) arms (C) Energy (D) a shell (E) warmth (F) bacteria (G) Length (H) legs
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what do the second-largest invertebrate group have?
{ "text": [ "shells", "a cuticle", "insects", "barnacles", "animals", "tortoises", "alveoli", "honeybees" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
A
Most mollusks have shells.
Mollusks are the second-largest invertebrate group.
Most of the second-largest invertebrate group have shells
what do the second-largest invertebrate group have? (A) shells (B) a cuticle (C) insects (D) barnacles (E) animals (F) tortoises (G) alveoli (H) honeybees
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Most of what type of animal is known for having a shell?
{ "text": [ "fossils", "toads", "eggs", "swea", "small", "insects", "porous", "snail" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
H
Most mollusks have shells.
Among mollusks, the golden snail is a survivalist.
Most snails have shells.
Most of what type of animal is known for having a shell? (A) fossils (B) toads (C) eggs (D) swea (E) small (F) insects (G) porous (H) snail
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What is when rocks are broken down?
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D
mechanical weathering is when rocks are broken down by mechanical means
Pysical weathering is the mechanical breakdown of rocks.
Physical weathering is when rocks are broken down by means.
What is when rocks are broken down? (A) roof weathering (B) Plant growth is reduced (C) brick weathering (D) Physical weathering (E) remains of prehistoric life (F) at or near the margins (G) home weathering (H) major threat to health
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What can cause rocks to break down?
{ "text": [ "Wind Barriers", "Protective Barriers", "Stone Sealers", "wind", "mines", "Water", "erosion", "Gravity" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
F
mechanical weathering is when rocks are broken down by mechanical means
Water is a mechanical weathering force.
Water can break down rocks
What can cause rocks to break down? (A) Wind Barriers (B) Protective Barriers (C) Stone Sealers (D) wind (E) mines (F) Water (G) erosion (H) Gravity
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What weathers rocks?
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F
mechanical weathering is when rocks are broken down by mechanical means
Water is a mechanical weathering force.
water can weather rocks
What weathers rocks? (A) soil (B) streams (C) a delta (D) calcite (E) erosion (F) water (G) grass (H) the sun
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What is formed when rocks break down?
{ "text": [ "plants", "clouds", "sand", "coastlines", "detritus", "deltas", "water", "alluvial" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
E
mechanical weathering is when rocks are broken down by mechanical means
Mechanical weathering produces detritus.
Detritus is formed when rocks are broken down.
What is formed when rocks break down? (A) plants (B) clouds (C) sand (D) coastlines (E) detritus (F) deltas (G) water (H) alluvial
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what can break down rocks?
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E
mechanical weathering is when rocks are broken down by mechanical means
Ice wedging is the most important form of mechanical weathering.
rocks can be broken down from ice wedging
what can break down rocks? (A) Jellyfish (B) sea urchins (C) deltas (D) erosion (E) ice wedging (F) room temperature (G) clouds (H) cliffs
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Mechanical weathering produces
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D
mechanical weathering is when rocks are broken down by mechanical means
Sediment, and sedimentary rock, is made of particles broken down from other rocks.
mechanical weathering produces Sediment
Mechanical weathering produces (A) Sand dollars (B) calcite (C) homogenous (D) Sediment (E) soft soil (F) rainfall (G) cactuses (H) movement
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What occurs when rocks are weathered mechanically?
{ "text": [ "Sediment", "flooding", "movement", "Winter", "deltas", "wind", "amoebae", "friction" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
A
mechanical weathering is when rocks are broken down by mechanical means
Sediment, and sedimentary rock, is made of particles broken down from other rocks.
Sediment occurs when rocks are weathered mechanically
What occurs when rocks are weathered mechanically? (A) Sediment (B) flooding (C) movement (D) Winter (E) deltas (F) wind (G) amoebae (H) friction
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What is it called when rocks are broken down mechanically?
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H
mechanical weathering is when rocks are broken down by mechanical means
Erosion begins with the weathering, or breaking down, of rocks and soil.
erosion is when rocks are broken down mechanically
What is it called when rocks are broken down mechanically? (A) mines (B) dangerous (C) coral reef (D) cracking (E) tube (F) loose soil (G) calcite (H) erosion
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What are broken down by water?
{ "text": [ "rocks", "germs", "shells", "lipids", "soils", "sand", "dead", "fungi" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
A
mechanical weathering is when rocks are broken down by mechanical means
Water is a mechanical weathering force.
rocks are broken down by water
What are broken down by water? (A) rocks (B) germs (C) shells (D) lipids (E) soils (F) sand (G) dead (H) fungi
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What has a water vascular system with tube feet?
{ "text": [ "humans", "blastoids", "bushes", "orchids", "Most plants", "ferns", "bacteria", "the Sun" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
B
Echinoderms have a unique water vascular system with tube feet.
Echinoderms in the diorama include the crinoids and blastoids.
Blastoids have a unique water vascular system with tube feet.
What has a water vascular system with tube feet? (A) humans (B) blastoids (C) bushes (D) orchids (E) Most plants (F) ferns (G) bacteria (H) the Sun
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What is an example of an echinoderm?
{ "text": [ "a fish", "eel", "starfish", "parasites", "ferns", "shark", "fertile", "algae" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
C
Echinoderms have a unique water vascular system with tube feet.
Each starfish arm is lined with tube feet.
Starfish are an echinoderm with a unique water vascular system.
What is an example of an echinoderm? (A) a fish (B) eel (C) starfish (D) parasites (E) ferns (F) shark (G) fertile (H) algae
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What kind of animals has a water vascular system with tubed feet?
{ "text": [ "animals", "starfish", "reeds", "insects", "warm-blooded", "sponges", "sea coral", "four limbs" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
B
Echinoderms have a unique water vascular system with tube feet.
Echinoderms are represented by the starfish.
Starfish have a unique water vascular system with tube feet.
What kind of animals has a water vascular system with tubed feet? (A) animals (B) starfish (C) reeds (D) insects (E) warm-blooded (F) sponges (G) sea coral (H) four limbs
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What kind of feet do echinoids have?
{ "text": [ "tube", "long", "warm", "webbed", "arched", "edible", "muscle", "flat" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
A
Echinoderms have a unique water vascular system with tube feet.
Another group of echinoderms are the echinoids.
echinoids have tube feet
What kind of feet do echinoids have? (A) tube (B) long (C) warm (D) webbed (E) arched (F) edible (G) muscle (H) flat
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How do echinoderms use their feet to locomote themselves?
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E
Echinoderms have a unique water vascular system with tube feet.
Echinoderms have a hydraulic system of locomotion called the water vascular system.
Echinoderms have a hydraulic system of locomotion with tube feet.
How do echinoderms use their feet to locomote themselves? (A) one at a time (B) to move people (C) running and lifting (D) protein channels (E) a hydraulic system (F) it needs them (G) undulations (H) It helps them survive
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What phylum do starfish belong to?
{ "text": [ "fertile", "animals", "Echinoderm.", "Mollusca.", "Sponge.", "Absorb light", "Annelid.", "a fish" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
C
Echinoderms have a unique water vascular system with tube feet.
Each starfish arm is lined with tube feet.
Starfish are echinoderms.
What phylum do starfish belong to? (A) fertile (B) animals (C) Echinoderm. (D) Mollusca. (E) Sponge. (F) Absorb light (G) Annelid. (H) a fish
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Where does a starfish have its water vascular system?
{ "text": [ "salt and water.", "Chlorophyll", "the environment", "in its arms", "on the rocks", "in its eyes", "Epidermis", "in the ocean" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
D
Echinoderms have a unique water vascular system with tube feet.
Each starfish arm is lined with tube feet.
Each starfish arm contains part of the water vascular system.
Where does a starfish have its water vascular system? (A) salt and water. (B) Chlorophyll (C) the environment (D) in its arms (E) on the rocks (F) in its eyes (G) Epidermis (H) in the ocean
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What can have a water vascular system with tube feet?
{ "text": [ "ducks", "peachleaf willow", "cats", "orchids", "Most plants", "horses", "animals", "deuterostomes" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
H
Echinoderms have a unique water vascular system with tube feet.
All echinoderms are deuterostomes .
deuterostomes can have a water vascular system with tube feet.
What can have a water vascular system with tube feet? (A) ducks (B) peachleaf willow (C) cats (D) orchids (E) Most plants (F) horses (G) animals (H) deuterostomes
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what have a unique water vascular system with tube feet?
{ "text": [ "h2o", "insects", "sea urchins", "bushes", "Most plants", "Conifers", "orchids", "humans" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
C
Echinoderms have a unique water vascular system with tube feet.
Starfish and sea urchins are also echinoderms.
sea urchins have a unique water vascular system with tube feet
what have a unique water vascular system with tube feet? (A) h2o (B) insects (C) sea urchins (D) bushes (E) Most plants (F) Conifers (G) orchids (H) humans
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Sea stars use a unique water vascular system with what?
{ "text": [ "growth", "a ray", "feet", "oxygen", "porous", "energy", "Light", "volume" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
C
Echinoderms have a unique water vascular system with tube feet.
Sea stars use hundreds of tube feet.
Sea stars use a unique water vascular system with feet
Sea stars use a unique water vascular system with what? (A) growth (B) a ray (C) feet (D) oxygen (E) porous (F) energy (G) Light (H) volume
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Which has a unique water vascular system?
{ "text": [ "roots", "trees", "Conifers", "Echinoids", "fur seals", "Most plants", "ferns", "bushes" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
D
Echinoderms have a unique water vascular system with tube feet.
Another group of echinoderms are the echinoids.
Echinoids have unique water vascular system was tube feet.
Which has a unique water vascular system? (A) roots (B) trees (C) Conifers (D) Echinoids (E) fur seals (F) Most plants (G) ferns (H) bushes
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a connection is between the eye and what type of feet in echinoderms
{ "text": [ "tube", "Seesaw", "vision", "made", "voles", "a path", "bones", "muscle" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
A
Echinoderms have a unique water vascular system with tube feet.
Another obvious connection between the eye and the rest of the body is the vascular system.
a connection is between the eye and tube feet in echinoderms
a connection is between the eye and what type of feet in echinoderms (A) tube (B) Seesaw (C) vision (D) made (E) voles (F) a path (G) bones (H) muscle
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What is the average weather in Indonesia?
{ "text": [ "Summer", "Windy", "complex", "mild", "Dry", "Tropical", "Cold", "temperature" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
F
Climate is the average weather in an area over a long period of time.
Climate Indonesia's climate is definitely tropical.
The average weather in Indonesia is tropical
What is the average weather in Indonesia? (A) Summer (B) Windy (C) complex (D) mild (E) Dry (F) Tropical (G) Cold (H) temperature
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To learn more about the average weather, it is essential to:
{ "text": [ "staying warm", "observe it", "argue about it", "ignore it", "survive", "temperature", "A computer", "write about it" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
B
Climate is the average weather in an area over a long period of time.
Along with simulating the climate, it is crucial to observe the climate.
It is essential to observe the average weather in one place over time.
To learn more about the average weather, it is essential to: (A) staying warm (B) observe it (C) argue about it (D) ignore it (E) survive (F) temperature (G) A computer (H) write about it
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What is Jordan's average weather over time?
{ "text": [ "coldest season", "non-existant", "autumn", "temperature", "dry and hot", "snowing", "Winter", "nighttime 24/7" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
E
Climate is the average weather in an area over a long period of time.
Climate Jordan's climate is dry and hot.
Jordan's average weather over time is dry and hot
What is Jordan's average weather over time? (A) coldest season (B) non-existant (C) autumn (D) temperature (E) dry and hot (F) snowing (G) Winter (H) nighttime 24/7
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Climate can be annalyzed with
{ "text": [ "sphygmomanometer", "scattered light", "seasons", "heat or cold", "seismometers", "satellites", "Water expanding", "nanometers" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
F
Climate is the average weather in an area over a long period of time.
Satellite meteorology is the measurement of weather by sensors aboard Earth-orbiting satellites.
Climate can be annalyzed with satellite
Climate can be annalyzed with (A) sphygmomanometer (B) scattered light (C) seasons (D) heat or cold (E) seismometers (F) satellites (G) Water expanding (H) nanometers
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What depends on the climate in an area?
{ "text": [ "school time", "root growth", "eating dinner", "bloom time", "seasons", "Animal survival", "planting trees", "energy usage" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
D
Climate is the average weather in an area over a long period of time.
Bloom time depends on the weather.
Bloom time depends on the climate in an area
What depends on the climate in an area? (A) school time (B) root growth (C) eating dinner (D) bloom time (E) seasons (F) Animal survival (G) planting trees (H) energy usage
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climate is the average what over a long period of time?
{ "text": [ "Earth's atmosphere circulation", "By wind and rain", "heat and pressure", "bacteria", "Temperature changing", "Earth's density", "characteristics", "gravity" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
A
Climate is the average weather in an area over a long period of time.
Weather refers to the circulation of the Earth's atmosphere.
climate is the average circulation of the Earth's atmosphere over a long period of time
climate is the average what over a long period of time? (A) Earth's atmosphere circulation (B) By wind and rain (C) heat and pressure (D) bacteria (E) Temperature changing (F) Earth's density (G) characteristics (H) gravity
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Climate is the average of things like what in an area over a long period of time
{ "text": [ "earthquake activity", "native species", "temperature", "biological diversity", "rain or sun shine", "the environment", "food web", "vegetation" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
E
Climate is the average weather in an area over a long period of time.
Choices include Yahoo Weather, CNN Weather, Rain or Shine and The Weather Channel.
Climate is the average of things like rain or sun shine in an area over a long period of time
Climate is the average of things like what in an area over a long period of time (A) earthquake activity (B) native species (C) temperature (D) biological diversity (E) rain or sun shine (F) the environment (G) food web (H) vegetation
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what looks at long-term averages in an area over a long period of time?
{ "text": [ "habitat", "Winter", "mild", "weather", "seasons", "three", "climate", "atmosphere" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
G
Climate is the average weather in an area over a long period of time.
Climate, on the other hand, looks at long-term averages of weather conditions.
Climate looks at long-term averages in an area over a long period of time
what looks at long-term averages in an area over a long period of time? (A) habitat (B) Winter (C) mild (D) weather (E) seasons (F) three (G) climate (H) atmosphere
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What is the average weather in Taiwan over a long period of time?
{ "text": [ "nonexistent", "coldest season", "Winter", "arctic", "Summer", "subtropical", "seasons", "snowy" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
F
Climate is the average weather in an area over a long period of time.
Climate Taiwan's climate is subtropical.
the average weather in Taiwan over a long period of time is subtropical
What is the average weather in Taiwan over a long period of time? (A) nonexistent (B) coldest season (C) Winter (D) arctic (E) Summer (F) subtropical (G) seasons (H) snowy
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The average weather in an area during an era is called:
{ "text": [ "Summer", "epoch", "good", "autumn", "time period", "mild", "Pleistocein", "climate" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
H
Climate is the average weather in an area over a long period of time.
An era is a period of time in which events occur.
Climate is the average weather in an area during an era.
The average weather in an area during an era is called: (A) Summer (B) epoch (C) good (D) autumn (E) time period (F) mild (G) Pleistocein (H) climate
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What is the average weather in a place over time?
{ "text": [ "mild", "Summer", "deserts", "acclimate", "seasons", "climate", "temperature", "climatic" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
F
Climate is the average weather in an area over a long period of time.
Eilat is the safest place in the area.
Climate is the average weather in a place over a long period of time.
What is the average weather in a place over time? (A) mild (B) Summer (C) deserts (D) acclimate (E) seasons (F) climate (G) temperature (H) climatic
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Loud noises can cause animals to what?
{ "text": [ "run away", "look for food", "started", "get started", "threatened", "Heart rate", "take a bath", "go to sleep" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
A
loud noises can cause animals to startle
Once startled, the animal runs away often taking short leaps and emitting low cries.
Loud noises can cause animals to run away.
Loud noises can cause animals to what? (A) run away (B) look for food (C) started (D) get started (E) threatened (F) Heart rate (G) take a bath (H) go to sleep
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What could cause an animal to startle?
{ "text": [ "Firecrackers", "Going into hibernation", "an object", "Electrical energy", "an electric stove", "Gathering food", "Seeing prey", "vehicles" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
A
loud noises can cause animals to startle
Fireworks that only make a loud noise are called firecrackers.
firecrackers can cause animals to startle
What could cause an animal to startle? (A) Firecrackers (B) Going into hibernation (C) an object (D) Electrical energy (E) an electric stove (F) Gathering food (G) Seeing prey (H) vehicles
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What can startle animals?
{ "text": [ "pigeons", "Electrical", "Frogs", "nothing", "sunset", "Movement", "engines", "sunrise" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
G
loud noises can cause animals to startle
And at 4,000 rpm, highway engine noise is still plenty loud.
engines can cause animals to startle
What can startle animals? (A) pigeons (B) Electrical (C) Frogs (D) nothing (E) sunset (F) Movement (G) engines (H) sunrise
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what can cause animals to startle?
{ "text": [ "Electrical", "thunder", "sleeping", "rapid breathing", "dogs", "influenza", "vehicles", "Pollution" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
B
loud noises can cause animals to startle
Thunder is a rich source of loudness.
thunder can cause animals to startle
what can cause animals to startle? (A) Electrical (B) thunder (C) sleeping (D) rapid breathing (E) dogs (F) influenza (G) vehicles (H) Pollution
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what can animals be startled by?
{ "text": [ "murmur", "reflexes", "vehicles", "movement", "rain", "photons", "waves", "an object" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
D
loud noises can cause animals to startle
All animals are startled by an unannounced approach, a sudden movement, or a loud noise.
animals can be startled by sudden movement
what can animals be startled by? (A) murmur (B) reflexes (C) vehicles (D) movement (E) rain (F) photons (G) waves (H) an object

Dataset Card for "qasc"

Dataset Summary

QASC is a question-answering dataset with a focus on sentence composition. It consists of 9,980 8-way multiple-choice questions about grade school science (8,134 train, 926 dev, 920 test), and comes with a corpus of 17M sentences.

Supported Tasks and Leaderboards

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Languages

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Dataset Structure

Data Instances

default

  • Size of downloaded dataset files: 1.61 MB
  • Size of the generated dataset: 5.87 MB
  • Total amount of disk used: 7.49 MB

An example of 'validation' looks as follows.

{
    "answerKey": "F",
    "choices": {
        "label": ["A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H"],
        "text": ["sand", "occurs over a wide range", "forests", "Global warming", "rapid changes occur", "local weather conditions", "measure of motion", "city life"]
    },
    "combinedfact": "Climate is generally described in terms of local weather conditions",
    "fact1": "Climate is generally described in terms of temperature and moisture.",
    "fact2": "Fire behavior is driven by local weather conditions such as winds, temperature and moisture.",
    "formatted_question": "Climate is generally described in terms of what? (A) sand (B) occurs over a wide range (C) forests (D) Global warming (E) rapid changes occur (F) local weather conditions (G) measure of motion (H) city life",
    "id": "3NGI5ARFTT4HNGVWXAMLNBMFA0U1PG",
    "question": "Climate is generally described in terms of what?"
}

Data Fields

The data fields are the same among all splits.

default

  • id: a string feature.
  • question: a string feature.
  • choices: a dictionary feature containing:
    • text: a string feature.
    • label: a string feature.
  • answerKey: a string feature.
  • fact1: a string feature.
  • fact2: a string feature.
  • combinedfact: a string feature.
  • formatted_question: a string feature.

Data Splits

name train validation test
default 8134 926 920

Dataset Creation

Curation Rationale

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Source Data

Initial Data Collection and Normalization

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Who are the source language producers?

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Annotations

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Personal and Sensitive Information

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Considerations for Using the Data

Social Impact of Dataset

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Dataset Curators

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Licensing Information

The dataset is released under CC BY 4.0 license.

Citation Information

@article{allenai:qasc,
      author    = {Tushar Khot and Peter Clark and Michal Guerquin and Peter Jansen and Ashish Sabharwal},
      title     = {QASC: A Dataset for Question Answering via Sentence Composition},
      journal   = {arXiv:1910.11473v2},
      year      = {2020},
}

Contributions

Thanks to @thomwolf, @patrickvonplaten, @lewtun for adding this dataset.

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