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"3C44YUNSI1OBFBB8D36GODNOZN9DPA"
"What type of birth do therian mammals have?"
{ "text": [ "Anthax", "under water", "uterus", "wombs", "two", "moles", "live", "embryo" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What type of birth do therian mammals have? (A) Anthax (B) under water (C) uterus (D) wombs (E) two (F) moles (G) live (H) embryo"
"3B1NLC6UGZVERVLZFT7OUYQLD1SGPZ"
"By what time had mouse-sized viviparous mammals evolved?"
{ "text": [ "Corvidae", "arthropods", "birds", "backbones", "keratin", "Jurassic", "front paws", "Parakeets." ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"By what time had mouse-sized viviparous mammals evolved? (A) Corvidae (B) arthropods (C) birds (D) backbones (E) keratin (F) Jurassic (G) front paws (H) Parakeets."
"3QRYMNZ7FYGITFVSJET3PS0F4S0NT9"
"What does a plant's skin do?"
{ "text": [ "Reduced friction", "causes infection", "vital to a good life", "prevents water loss", "camouflage from consumers", "Protection against predators", "spur the growth of the plant", "a smooth surface" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What does a plant's skin do? (A) Reduced friction (B) causes infection (C) vital to a good life (D) prevents water loss (E) camouflage from consumers (F) Protection against predators (G) spur the growth of the plant (H) a smooth surface"
"336KAV9KYQRILF5T71II5LPW6IJ2YE"
"The layer of protection for preventing water loss, abrasions, and infections is located on the:"
{ "text": [ "large back muscles", "upper epidermis", "therian mammals", "underground", "calcium and protein", "A hinged joint", "vital to a good life", "upper arm muscles" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"The layer of protection for preventing water loss, abrasions, and infections is located on the: (A) large back muscles (B) upper epidermis (C) therian mammals (D) underground (E) calcium and protein (F) A hinged joint (G) vital to a good life (H) upper arm muscles"
"3NJM2BJS4W51AJ5UD7B54756E49CPJ"
"What is protected, preventing water loss, abrasions, infections, and damage from toxins?"
{ "text": [ "VOCs and NOx", "protection", "penguins", "keratin", "hornworts", "Shelter", "the nail", "organisms" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What is protected, preventing water loss, abrasions, infections, and damage from toxins? (A) VOCs and NOx (B) protection (C) penguins (D) keratin (E) hornworts (F) Shelter (G) the nail (H) organisms"
"33FOTY3KEMKYTRMSS50F3BN8CL3C1A"
"The cuticle shields the entry to prevent?"
{ "text": [ "contact", "removal", "disease", "influenza", "Fractures", "separating", "Ionization", "breaks" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"The cuticle shields the entry to prevent? (A) contact (B) removal (C) disease (D) influenza (E) Fractures (F) separating (G) Ionization (H) breaks"
"33OOO72IVHKZ2BY1UOKP9H631AGCTE"
"Getting food by killing requires what?"
{ "text": [ "backbones", "buying milk", "seeing prey", "eating vegetarian", "microorganisms", "digestion", "protease", "ordering out" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Getting food by killing requires what? (A) backbones (B) buying milk (C) seeing prey (D) eating vegetarian (E) microorganisms (F) digestion (G) protease (H) ordering out"
"3JBT3HLQF81EICG45LVDF56RLSYPZ8"
"What would make hunting more difficult for an animal?"
{ "text": [ "backbones", "Not having tastebuds", "A hinged joint", "Having claws", "Pollution", "Being blind", "The cold desert.", "Having wings" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What would make hunting more difficult for an animal? (A) backbones (B) Not having tastebuds (C) A hinged joint (D) Having claws (E) Pollution (F) Being blind (G) The cold desert. (H) Having wings"
"3QAVNHZ3EM3NQJTY11M7HV6Y7ZOLA7"
"hunting requires seeing"
{ "text": [ "crocodiles", "Microscope", "obstacles", "its size", "an animal", "dead trees", "camouflage", "otters" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"hunting requires seeing (A) crocodiles (B) Microscope (C) obstacles (D) its size (E) an animal (F) dead trees (G) camouflage (H) otters"
"3TMSXRD2X6Z77PSX9W0GF5UB1E9W1E"
"What animal can hunt at night?"
{ "text": [ "food", "fish", "bird", "owl", "deer", "cows", "rhinos", "frog" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What animal can hunt at night? (A) food (B) fish (C) bird (D) owl (E) deer (F) cows (G) rhinos (H) frog"
"3MB8LZR5BFST2W2KDSZWB99UDQSLKR"
"What allows predators to attack, kill and eat?"
{ "text": [ "humans", "sourcing", "eating", "camouflage", "hunting", "Insects.", "arthropods", "finding" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What allows predators to attack, kill and eat? (A) humans (B) sourcing (C) eating (D) camouflage (E) hunting (F) Insects. (G) arthropods (H) finding"
"39RP059MEHSCFBGB7RNICJ5TQAZMBI"
"what requires being able to see prey?"
{ "text": [ "predators", "transpiration", "Gecko", "survival", "Insects.", "reptiles", "other prey", "sharks" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"what requires being able to see prey? (A) predators (B) transpiration (C) Gecko (D) survival (E) Insects. (F) reptiles (G) other prey (H) sharks"
"37UQDCYH6XU83M7U82CTUD2AYDLV7N"
"What helps humans hunt?"
{ "text": [ "birds", "beards", "footballs", "moles", "Gecko", "fish", "eyes", "bears" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What helps humans hunt? (A) birds (B) beards (C) footballs (D) moles (E) Gecko (F) fish (G) eyes (H) bears"
"3NXNZ5RS1AWA6FUR517X2VDD7TN97M"
"What does a cat require to see prey?"
{ "text": [ "food", "vision", "energy", "backbones", "feet", "nose", "proteins", "smell" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What does a cat require to see prey? (A) food (B) vision (C) energy (D) backbones (E) feet (F) nose (G) proteins (H) smell"
"358010RM5ES2I1DLQFGROCFY4NLVX5"
"What is important to hunt prey?"
{ "text": [ "animals", "vision", "proteins", "Insects.", "birds", "texture", "taste", "heat" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What is important to hunt prey? (A) animals (B) vision (C) proteins (D) Insects. (E) birds (F) texture (G) taste (H) heat"
"3UNH76FOCS48SJ9MHJ12KU3UGCXMY4"
"What do birds have that are of a bigger size?"
{ "text": [ "moles", "skulls", "teeth", "backbones", "pouches", "scales", "uterus", "fins" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What do birds have that are of a bigger size? (A) moles (B) skulls (C) teeth (D) backbones (E) pouches (F) scales (G) uterus (H) fins"
"3K772S5NP8AOU0RKQL9VLM3IHKMEHD"
"Creatures with feathers and wings have a large brain relative to the size of their what?"
{ "text": [ "fur", "eyes", "lemurs", "bats", "humans", "body", "brain", "wings" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Creatures with feathers and wings have a large brain relative to the size of their what? (A) fur (B) eyes (C) lemurs (D) bats (E) humans (F) body (G) brain (H) wings"
"30BUDKLTXDUCE77PPJ8MWP0SCBYE5Z"
"Seagulls brains are large in relation to their"
{ "text": [ "nucleus", "complex", "vision", "bodies", "evolution", "Jaws", "backbones", "crucial" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Seagulls brains are large in relation to their (A) nucleus (B) complex (C) vision (D) bodies (E) evolution (F) Jaws (G) backbones (H) crucial"
"3K772S5NP8AOU0RKQL9VLM3ID8VEHU"
"Which animal can go a long time between meals?"
{ "text": [ "A cat", "moles", "Albatross", "arthropods", "A mouse", "A snake", "arachnids", "A human" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Which animal can go a long time between meals? (A) A cat (B) moles (C) Albatross (D) arthropods (E) A mouse (F) A snake (G) arachnids (H) A human"
"32KTQ2V7RDETRI1E979MLDA33ETM9E"
"Several species of what can go several weeks between meals?"
{ "text": [ "snakes", "a frog", "birds", "bacteria", "beetles", "insects", "lemurs", "rocks" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Several species of what can go several weeks between meals? (A) snakes (B) a frog (C) birds (D) bacteria (E) beetles (F) insects (G) lemurs (H) rocks"
"3W92K5RLWUGTGITBK9XWWTOE9B1V5T"
"What can some snakes go several weeks without?"
{ "text": [ "water", "oxygen", "rabies", "calcium", "health", "glands", "meals", "life" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What can some snakes go several weeks without? (A) water (B) oxygen (C) rabies (D) calcium (E) health (F) glands (G) meals (H) life"
"3K2755HG5S2ZOYMEZ0ABCJ9KZJIFDB"
"What can geckos go several weeks in between?"
{ "text": [ "two", "keratin", "meals", "moles", "germination", "Anthax", "12-18", "a frog" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What can geckos go several weeks in between? (A) two (B) keratin (C) meals (D) moles (E) germination (F) Anthax (G) 12-18 (H) a frog"
"3X31TUMD7XLRWVGY5ITE6UDV7KY1LD"
"What can go several weeks between meals?"
{ "text": [ "therian mammals", "amphibians", "eagles", "a frog", "alligators", "arthropods", "VOCs and NOx", "macaws" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What can go several weeks between meals? (A) therian mammals (B) amphibians (C) eagles (D) a frog (E) alligators (F) arthropods (G) VOCs and NOx (H) macaws"
"3T111IHZ5EPKOYE6EF537C4DM0V9R3"
"Some species of what kind of animal can go several weeks between eating food?"
{ "text": [ "a frog", "insects", "Insects.", "fish", "dragonflies", "birds", "mammals", "reptiles" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Some species of what kind of animal can go several weeks between eating food? (A) a frog (B) insects (C) Insects. (D) fish (E) dragonflies (F) birds (G) mammals (H) reptiles"
"31JLPPHS2UTVCJXA5ENPM4WMBNEO39"
"Some species of reptiles can go weeks without"
{ "text": [ "death", "contact", "H20", "closing their eyes", "breathing", "slithering", "eating", "rain" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Some species of reptiles can go weeks without (A) death (B) contact (C) H20 (D) closing their eyes (E) breathing (F) slithering (G) eating (H) rain"
"3C2NJ6JBKAGO9G1F0Z97O5RPF4U2NS"
"what can go several weeks between meals?"
{ "text": [ "humans", "amphibians", "lunch", "crocodiles", "macaws", "a frog", "eagles", "fish" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"what can go several weeks between meals? (A) humans (B) amphibians (C) lunch (D) crocodiles (E) macaws (F) a frog (G) eagles (H) fish"
"3L2IS5HSFAHXTSAHJJJDUOMHYGTUNO"
"Some species of cold blooded animals can go how long between meals?"
{ "text": [ "chondrichthyes", "Avoid being eaten", "Several weeks", "Time passing", "desert lizards", "physical properties", "therian mammals", "arthropods" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Some species of cold blooded animals can go how long between meals? (A) chondrichthyes (B) Avoid being eaten (C) Several weeks (D) Time passing (E) desert lizards (F) physical properties (G) therian mammals (H) arthropods"
"32RIADZISS3VS787C99HGEYTM3S4S4"
"Some species of amphibians are fed when?"
{ "text": [ "contact", "Stomata closing", "properly stored", "once a week", "less friction", "progesterone", "underground", "good nutrition." ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Some species of amphibians are fed when? (A) contact (B) Stomata closing (C) properly stored (D) once a week (E) less friction (F) progesterone (G) underground (H) good nutrition."
"3QIYRE09Y3GHKVJJHV9TJMHKNSTN1X"
"What can go several weeks between meals?"
{ "text": [ "arthropods", "mammals", "macaws", "hornworts", "some snakes", "eagles", "a frog", "VOCs and NOx" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What can go several weeks between meals? (A) arthropods (B) mammals (C) macaws (D) hornworts (E) some snakes (F) eagles (G) a frog (H) VOCs and NOx"
"3A1COHJ8NJU7LZHTDINVTC7WZFVH8D"
"Progesterone is used in what?"
{ "text": [ "hydration of cells", "digestion", "reproduction", "VOCs and NOx", "respiration", "fight or flight", "Balanced", "ages 12-18" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Progesterone is used in what? (A) hydration of cells (B) digestion (C) reproduction (D) VOCs and NOx (E) respiration (F) fight or flight (G) Balanced (H) ages 12-18"
"373ERPL3YO738DNKCLAKYC5P24ZTR4"
"What do humans have?"
{ "text": [ "nucleus", "erosion", "resources", "rabies", "food", "tornadoes", "ovaries", "an animal" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What do humans have? (A) nucleus (B) erosion (C) resources (D) rabies (E) food (F) tornadoes (G) ovaries (H) an animal"
"3BDCF01OGXTOM1R1H70NKHO5BLWLYD"
"What is used during reproduction?"
{ "text": [ "release of an egg", "egg cracking", "neurotransmitters", "egg breaking", "reverse photosynthesis", "glowworms", "egg storing", "replication" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What is used during reproduction? (A) release of an egg (B) egg cracking (C) neurotransmitters (D) egg breaking (E) reverse photosynthesis (F) glowworms (G) egg storing (H) replication"
"39GHHAVOMFQ2T4PHPF03OD76G0KJ4U"
"what are used in giving birth to babies?"
{ "text": [ "glands", "the ovaries", "proteins", "the condom", "mammary glands", "Corvidae", "the wrapper", "the bed" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"what are used in giving birth to babies? (A) glands (B) the ovaries (C) proteins (D) the condom (E) mammary glands (F) Corvidae (G) the wrapper (H) the bed"
"3CP1TO84PT0KJRV9WZDLUOR3ENO25U"
"what are female flowers part of?"
{ "text": [ "destruction", "reproduction", "ages 12-18", "h2o", "Corvidae", "organisms", "apples", "gravity" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"what are female flowers part of? (A) destruction (B) reproduction (C) ages 12-18 (D) h2o (E) Corvidae (F) organisms (G) apples (H) gravity"
"3TE3O8573079OET7T6QOXPWZ65FR2Z"
"What are used in creating the young of a species?"
{ "text": [ "ovaries", "clutches", "cloning", "stones", "arthropods", "rivers", "energy", "apples" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What are used in creating the young of a species? (A) ovaries (B) clutches (C) cloning (D) stones (E) arthropods (F) rivers (G) energy (H) apples"
"3K9FOBBF2HIUA2NNA5RC31QYBCJNL6"
"What is used to have children?"
{ "text": [ "penicillin", "mitosis", "cloning", "cancer cells", "vaccines", "stomach", "milk", "ovaries" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What is used to have children? (A) penicillin (B) mitosis (C) cloning (D) cancer cells (E) vaccines (F) stomach (G) milk (H) ovaries"
"3LBXNTKX0RU4LU0INEBVWUQ1EC2X9Q"
"What are used in reproduction?"
{ "text": [ "Seeds", "birds", "two", "eyeballs", "mosses", "genes", "eggs", "legs" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What are used in reproduction? (A) Seeds (B) birds (C) two (D) eyeballs (E) mosses (F) genes (G) eggs (H) legs"
"34HJIJKLP5VBKZPB64EMR1I05694VE"
"The ovaries are used for women to do what with babies?"
{ "text": [ "hatching", "female gametes", "male gametes", "cell division", "good health", "give birth", "ejaculation", "replication" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"The ovaries are used for women to do what with babies? (A) hatching (B) female gametes (C) male gametes (D) cell division (E) good health (F) give birth (G) ejaculation (H) replication"
"3IXEICO792IAMUP0KX7MNHET6G56T1"
"Animals and plants reproduce with?"
{ "text": [ "evolution", "energy", "light", "liverworts", "ovaries", "backbones", "protease", "producers" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Animals and plants reproduce with? (A) evolution (B) energy (C) light (D) liverworts (E) ovaries (F) backbones (G) protease (H) producers"
"33C7UALJVLXWHOWFBTKA1PRPLLI18A"
"Cystitis can be treated with"
{ "text": [ "good nutrition.", "chemo therapy", "hormone replacement", "radiation", "bone marrow", "antibiotics", "A hinged joint", "x-rays" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Cystitis can be treated with (A) good nutrition. (B) chemo therapy (C) hormone replacement (D) radiation (E) bone marrow (F) antibiotics (G) A hinged joint (H) x-rays"
"3WYP994K17Q63GOUU3ULVY68MJEY6C"
"what can bladder infections be treated with?"
{ "text": [ "microorganisms", "progesterone", "h2o", "urine", "penicillin", "protection", "medical", "VOCs and NOx" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"what can bladder infections be treated with? (A) microorganisms (B) progesterone (C) h2o (D) urine (E) penicillin (F) protection (G) medical (H) VOCs and NOx"
"3TE3O8573079OET7T6QOXPWZ3U4R2Z"
"What can antibiotics do?"
{ "text": [ "When they're used incorrectly", "Make people smarter", "decreases bone density", "Make people taller", "Protection against predators", "spread of disease", "Make people fly", "Prevent people from dying" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What can antibiotics do? (A) When they're used incorrectly (B) Make people smarter (C) decreases bone density (D) Make people taller (E) Protection against predators (F) spread of disease (G) Make people fly (H) Prevent people from dying"
"3PJUZCGDJ6FE6TZAF6Z3GV98J8H98O"
"Bladder infections can be treated with antibiotics prescribed by some what that make mistakes?"
{ "text": [ "an animal", "humans", "construction workers", "bacteria", "antelope", "pathogens", "bladders", "medical" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Bladder infections can be treated with antibiotics prescribed by some what that make mistakes? (A) an animal (B) humans (C) construction workers (D) bacteria (E) antelope (F) pathogens (G) bladders (H) medical"
"3R9WASFE2ZF2RZRARIZ83BSNLFBFZJ"
"What can a kidney infection be treated with?"
{ "text": [ "x-rays", "virus", "antibiotics", "protection", "removal", "bacteria", "bladder", "medical" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What can a kidney infection be treated with? (A) x-rays (B) virus (C) antibiotics (D) protection (E) removal (F) bacteria (G) bladder (H) medical"
"3PH3VY7DJLW42LD5H7987ZENGMLZWT"
"What can be treated with antibiotics prescribed by a doctor?"
{ "text": [ "microorganisms", "great eyesight", "strong muscles", "early mortality", "multinucleated cells", "healthy hearts", "vital to a good life", "painful urination" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What can be treated with antibiotics prescribed by a doctor? (A) microorganisms (B) great eyesight (C) strong muscles (D) early mortality (E) multinucleated cells (F) healthy hearts (G) vital to a good life (H) painful urination"
"3P1L2B7AD1OCSNNZBKRPIQQ32QELOI"
"Cystitis is an example of something that can be treated with:"
{ "text": [ "microorganisms", "kidneys", "bone remodeling", "antibiotics", "antivirals", "bladder infection", "A hinged joint", "Stomata closing" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Cystitis is an example of something that can be treated with: (A) microorganisms (B) kidneys (C) bone remodeling (D) antibiotics (E) antivirals (F) bladder infection (G) A hinged joint (H) Stomata closing"
"3OXV7EAXLEP5NDR65I1V54AVH8636I"
"What can be treated with bacteria-killing drugs?"
{ "text": [ "vital to a good life", "infection", "hydration of cells", "blunt force trauma", "progesterone", "viruses", "deoxyribonucleic acid", "bladder infections" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What can be treated with bacteria-killing drugs? (A) vital to a good life (B) infection (C) hydration of cells (D) blunt force trauma (E) progesterone (F) viruses (G) deoxyribonucleic acid (H) bladder infections"
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"What prescribes something that kills bacteria?"
{ "text": [ "pathogens", "infection", "x-rays", "medical", "vinegar", "Antacids", "doctors", "Chlamydia" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What prescribes something that kills bacteria? (A) pathogens (B) infection (C) x-rays (D) medical (E) vinegar (F) Antacids (G) doctors (H) Chlamydia"
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"what does cystitis affect?"
{ "text": [ "organisms", "arthropods", "survival", "bladder", "pathogens", "illness", "Corvidae", "plants" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"what does cystitis affect? (A) organisms (B) arthropods (C) survival (D) bladder (E) pathogens (F) illness (G) Corvidae (H) plants"
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"bladder infections are not what in nature"
{ "text": [ "medical", "Pests", "Urethra", "Anthax", "damaged", "disease", "worms", "viral" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"bladder infections are not what in nature (A) medical (B) Pests (C) Urethra (D) Anthax (E) damaged (F) disease (G) worms (H) viral"
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"How are kidney infections treated?"
{ "text": [ "in a lab", "medical", "removal", "Stomata closing", "Antibiotics", "steroids", "protection", "Several weeks" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"How are kidney infections treated? (A) in a lab (B) medical (C) removal (D) Stomata closing (E) Antibiotics (F) steroids (G) protection (H) Several weeks"
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"what occupies niches in moist habitats?"
{ "text": [ "plants", "rain", "organisms", "lemurs", "lampreys", "clouds", "h2o", "mosses" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"what occupies niches in moist habitats? (A) plants (B) rain (C) organisms (D) lemurs (E) lampreys (F) clouds (G) h2o (H) mosses"
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"Bryophytes find a place and share what in moist habitats"
{ "text": [ "money", "materials", "less friction", "resources", "energy", "a common language", "underground", "child bearing" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Bryophytes find a place and share what in moist habitats (A) money (B) materials (C) less friction (D) resources (E) energy (F) a common language (G) underground (H) child bearing"
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"What occupies niches in moist habitats?"
{ "text": [ "lizards", "camels", "liverworts", "cacti", "Corvidae", "chondrichthyes", "Octopuses", "yorkshire terriers" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What occupies niches in moist habitats? (A) lizards (B) camels (C) liverworts (D) cacti (E) Corvidae (F) chondrichthyes (G) Octopuses (H) yorkshire terriers"
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"What type of habitat do Mosses, liverworts, and hornworts prefer?"
{ "text": [ "air plants", "two", "related", "green", "moist", "crucial", "vascular plant", "stomata" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What type of habitat do Mosses, liverworts, and hornworts prefer? (A) air plants (B) two (C) related (D) green (E) moist (F) crucial (G) vascular plant (H) stomata"
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"What occupies moist habitats?"
{ "text": [ "snakes", "the outermost whorl of leaves", "lizards", "cacti", "nonvascular plants", "therian mammals", "animals in Class Aves", "mosses, lichens, and hornworts" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What occupies moist habitats? (A) snakes (B) the outermost whorl of leaves (C) lizards (D) cacti (E) nonvascular plants (F) therian mammals (G) animals in Class Aves (H) mosses, lichens, and hornworts"
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"Bryophytes and centipedes occupy niches that are what?"
{ "text": [ "dark as night", "underground", "producers", "desert", "similar", "size", "Balanced", "complex" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Bryophytes and centipedes occupy niches that are what? (A) dark as night (B) underground (C) producers (D) desert (E) similar (F) size (G) Balanced (H) complex"
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"What usually occupies moist habitats?"
{ "text": [ "Gecko", "fire", "mosses", "cacti", "an animal", "Albatross", "bats", "moles" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What usually occupies moist habitats? (A) Gecko (B) fire (C) mosses (D) cacti (E) an animal (F) Albatross (G) bats (H) moles"
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"what kind of habitats do mosses live in?"
{ "text": [ "Mosses.", "stomata", "moss", "dry", "moist", "roots", "desert", "small" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"what kind of habitats do mosses live in? (A) Mosses. (B) stomata (C) moss (D) dry (E) moist (F) roots (G) desert (H) small"
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"what can occupy niches in moist habitats?"
{ "text": [ "arthropods", "liverworts", "chondrichthyes", "Corvidae", "plants", "moist habitats", "sunflowers", "cacti" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"what can occupy niches in moist habitats? (A) arthropods (B) liverworts (C) chondrichthyes (D) Corvidae (E) plants (F) moist habitats (G) sunflowers (H) cacti"
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"Which of the following occupies niches in moist habitats?"
{ "text": [ "lampreys", "Herbivore", "Cactus", "birds", "Pencil plant", "Agave", "Mosses", "lemurs" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Which of the following occupies niches in moist habitats? (A) lampreys (B) Herbivore (C) Cactus (D) birds (E) Pencil plant (F) Agave (G) Mosses (H) lemurs"
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"what occupies niches in moist habitats?"
{ "text": [ "viruses", "density", "Corvidae", "hornworts", "chlamydia", "an animal", "lizards", "moist towels" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"what occupies niches in moist habitats? (A) viruses (B) density (C) Corvidae (D) hornworts (E) chlamydia (F) an animal (G) lizards (H) moist towels"
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"Bryophytes live in what type of areas in the Earth?"
{ "text": [ "green", "roots", "rare", "smooth", "damp", "plants", "Fungi", "heat" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Bryophytes live in what type of areas in the Earth? (A) green (B) roots (C) rare (D) smooth (E) damp (F) plants (G) Fungi (H) heat"
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"Where does moss live?"
{ "text": [ "Jurassic", "Stomata closing", "Decaying vegetation", "vital to a good life", "Antarctica", "reduce water loss", "underground", "Moist habitats" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Where does moss live? (A) Jurassic (B) Stomata closing (C) Decaying vegetation (D) vital to a good life (E) Antarctica (F) reduce water loss (G) underground (H) Moist habitats"
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"What lives in moist habitats?"
{ "text": [ "nonvascular plants", "mosses, liverworts, hornworts", "animals that eat plants", "some therapsids", "animals in Class Aves", "Bacillus anthracis spores", "the base of the food chain", "vital to a good life" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What lives in moist habitats? (A) nonvascular plants (B) mosses, liverworts, hornworts (C) animals that eat plants (D) some therapsids (E) animals in Class Aves (F) Bacillus anthracis spores (G) the base of the food chain (H) vital to a good life"
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"organisms lacking vessels occupy niches in what type of habitats"
{ "text": [ "ovaries", "green", "life", "therian", "moss", "Anthax", "live", "moist" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"organisms lacking vessels occupy niches in what type of habitats (A) ovaries (B) green (C) life (D) therian (E) moss (F) Anthax (G) live (H) moist"
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"What is less likely for premature births?"
{ "text": [ "Gecko", "survival", "otters", "guard cells", "Interphase", "young birds", "illness", "VOCs and NOx" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What is less likely for premature births? (A) Gecko (B) survival (C) otters (D) guard cells (E) Interphase (F) young birds (G) illness (H) VOCs and NOx"
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"Babies that are very small or very large at birth are less likely to do what?"
{ "text": [ "flu", "eat solid food", "pain", "rare", "be sick", "death", "live", "die" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Babies that are very small or very large at birth are less likely to do what? (A) flu (B) eat solid food (C) pain (D) rare (E) be sick (F) death (G) live (H) die"
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"what are babies that are very large or very small at birth less likely to do?"
{ "text": [ "live", "flight", "talk", "smile", "otters", "rabies", "rare", "HIV" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"what are babies that are very large or very small at birth less likely to do? (A) live (B) flight (C) talk (D) smile (E) otters (F) rabies (G) rare (H) HIV"
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"Human infants at birth weigh 7 pounds, infants smaller or larger are what?"
{ "text": [ "at least one in every five", "A bit of getting used to", "Protection against predators", "less likely to survive", "healthy infants", "increased survival rates", "more likely to survive", "can be spread between people" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Human infants at birth weigh 7 pounds, infants smaller or larger are what? (A) at least one in every five (B) A bit of getting used to (C) Protection against predators (D) less likely to survive (E) healthy infants (F) increased survival rates (G) more likely to survive (H) can be spread between people"
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"Babies who had _ while in the womb are less likely to survive."
{ "text": [ "Bacteria and viruses", "poor nutrition", "proper nutrition", "vitamins", "folic acid", "anthrax", "spread of disease", "bladder infections" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Babies who had _ while in the womb are less likely to survive. (A) Bacteria and viruses (B) poor nutrition (C) proper nutrition (D) vitamins (E) folic acid (F) anthrax (G) spread of disease (H) bladder infections"
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"What babies are less likely to survive?"
{ "text": [ "animals in Class Aves", "babies with mild skin", "Bacteria and viruses", "Female mammals", "thinning and weakening", "normal-sized babies", "very premature babies", "desert lizards" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What babies are less likely to survive? (A) animals in Class Aves (B) babies with mild skin (C) Bacteria and viruses (D) Female mammals (E) thinning and weakening (F) normal-sized babies (G) very premature babies (H) desert lizards"
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"What allows fish to move through the water without slowing down too much?"
{ "text": [ "pebbles", "scales", "backbones", "bladder", "ice", "leaves", "a beak", "friction" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What allows fish to move through the water without slowing down too much? (A) pebbles (B) scales (C) backbones (D) bladder (E) ice (F) leaves (G) a beak (H) friction"
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"What gives fish more speed?"
{ "text": [ "more gills", "scale", "more water", "less exercise", "running", "body", "flight", "hawks" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What gives fish more speed? (A) more gills (B) scale (C) more water (D) less exercise (E) running (F) body (G) flight (H) hawks"
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"what is protected from predators and parasites by scales?"
{ "text": [ "trout", "females", "stomata", "bacteria", "cows", "h2o", "keratin", "humans" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"what is protected from predators and parasites by scales? (A) trout (B) females (C) stomata (D) bacteria (E) cows (F) h2o (G) keratin (H) humans"
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"what secrete a mucous covering over their exterior to help protect from predators and parasites"
{ "text": [ "snakes", "Pests", "hawks", "birds", "bats", "humans", "fish", "Anthax" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"what secrete a mucous covering over their exterior to help protect from predators and parasites (A) snakes (B) Pests (C) hawks (D) birds (E) bats (F) humans (G) fish (H) Anthax"
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"What protects fish from predators and parasites and reduces friction with the water?"
{ "text": [ "Muscles", "a beak", "keratin", "black", "weapons", "pouches", "being tasty", "crocodiles" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What protects fish from predators and parasites and reduces friction with the water? (A) Muscles (B) a beak (C) keratin (D) black (E) weapons (F) pouches (G) being tasty (H) crocodiles"
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"What enables fish to reduce resisting force to motion?"
{ "text": [ "Jaw", "a beak", "friction", "backbones", "Sextant", "Muscles", "scales", "energy" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What enables fish to reduce resisting force to motion? (A) Jaw (B) a beak (C) friction (D) backbones (E) Sextant (F) Muscles (G) scales (H) energy"
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"This material allows fish to move faster while also protecting them from predators and parasites:"
{ "text": [ "keratin", "toxins", "Corvidae", "crucial", "pathogens", "scales", "energy", "organisms" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"This material allows fish to move faster while also protecting them from predators and parasites: (A) keratin (B) toxins (C) Corvidae (D) crucial (E) pathogens (F) scales (G) energy (H) organisms"
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"Scales provide what and reduce friction with the water?"
{ "text": [ "Pectorals", "recyclable", "Muscles", "resources", "camouflage", "marks", "A hinged joint", "contact" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Scales provide what and reduce friction with the water? (A) Pectorals (B) recyclable (C) Muscles (D) resources (E) camouflage (F) marks (G) A hinged joint (H) contact"
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"balanced eating promotes things that are what?"
{ "text": [ "coordination functions", "Protection against predators", "vital to a good life", "consuming", "bananas", "calcium and protein", "properly stored", "recyclable" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"balanced eating promotes things that are what? (A) coordination functions (B) Protection against predators (C) vital to a good life (D) consuming (E) bananas (F) calcium and protein (G) properly stored (H) recyclable"
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"Eating a variety of small portions is a way of eating that promotes what?"
{ "text": [ "bad health", "learning", "good health", "food production", "eating disorders", "variable breath", "Reduced friction", "expand life span" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Eating a variety of small portions is a way of eating that promotes what? (A) bad health (B) learning (C) good health (D) food production (E) eating disorders (F) variable breath (G) Reduced friction (H) expand life span"
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"Balanced eating depends on"
{ "text": [ "calcium and protein", "good lifestyles", "hydration of cells", "variety", "energy", "animals in Class Aves", "bone marrow", "good nutrition." ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Balanced eating depends on (A) calcium and protein (B) good lifestyles (C) hydration of cells (D) variety (E) energy (F) animals in Class Aves (G) bone marrow (H) good nutrition."
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"How does balanced eating aid in one's life?"
{ "text": [ "fatigue", "properly stored", "immune system weakens", "bone marrow", "low energy", "progesterone", "eating", "good living" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"How does balanced eating aid in one's life? (A) fatigue (B) properly stored (C) immune system weakens (D) bone marrow (E) low energy (F) progesterone (G) eating (H) good living"
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"What kind of eating promotes a good life?"
{ "text": [ "birds", "trout", "Junk food", "Unbalanced", "Balanced", "Binge", "eating", "Corvidae" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What kind of eating promotes a good life? (A) birds (B) trout (C) Junk food (D) Unbalanced (E) Balanced (F) Binge (G) eating (H) Corvidae"
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"What is one good way of thriving physically?"
{ "text": [ "consuming salads only", "eating balanced meals", "large back muscles", "bone marrow", "progesterone", "cutting salty food into pieces", "female gametes", "therian mammals" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What is one good way of thriving physically? (A) consuming salads only (B) eating balanced meals (C) large back muscles (D) bone marrow (E) progesterone (F) cutting salty food into pieces (G) female gametes (H) therian mammals"
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"Balanced eating is a way of eating that promotes what?"
{ "text": [ "body parts", "progesterone", "Promotes balanced vegan", "Good living", "Balance on head", "bone remodeling", "A hinged joint", "Promotes sugar" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Balanced eating is a way of eating that promotes what? (A) body parts (B) progesterone (C) Promotes balanced vegan (D) Good living (E) Balance on head (F) bone remodeling (G) A hinged joint (H) Promotes sugar"
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"What is a way of eating that promotes good health?"
{ "text": [ "digestion", "eating fried food", "dieting", "food", "eating", "crucial", "eating saturated fats", "eating trans fats" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What is a way of eating that promotes good health? (A) digestion (B) eating fried food (C) dieting (D) food (E) eating (F) crucial (G) eating saturated fats (H) eating trans fats"
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"Which is a tool that promotes good health?"
{ "text": [ "good lifestyles", "A hinged joint", "Food labels", "keratin", "Sextant", "Screwdriver", "Saw", "Hammer" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Which is a tool that promotes good health? (A) good lifestyles (B) A hinged joint (C) Food labels (D) keratin (E) Sextant (F) Screwdriver (G) Saw (H) Hammer"
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"What is promoted by eating a well rounded diet?"
{ "text": [ "progesterone", "food production", "Healthy eating", "keratin", "calcium and protein", "bone remodeling", "less friction", "feeding and growth" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What is promoted by eating a well rounded diet? (A) progesterone (B) food production (C) Healthy eating (D) keratin (E) calcium and protein (F) bone remodeling (G) less friction (H) feeding and growth"
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"What makes sharks an excellent predator?"
{ "text": [ "size", "Jaws", "food", "Skin", "vision", "gills", "a beak", "beaks." ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What makes sharks an excellent predator? (A) size (B) Jaws (C) food (D) Skin (E) vision (F) gills (G) a beak (H) beaks."
"30IQTZXKAK5MP0C5NIS23JP8BW0X0I"
"Sharks are excellent predators partially because of their:"
{ "text": [ "a beak", "whale shark", "beaks.", "running speed", "vision", "chum", "food", "jaws" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Sharks are excellent predators partially because of their: (A) a beak (B) whale shark (C) beaks. (D) running speed (E) vision (F) chum (G) food (H) jaws"
"33FOTY3KEMKYTRMSS50F3BN8FDKC1E"
"what is an excellent predator because of jaws?"
{ "text": [ "bacteria", "plants", "Cynodonts", "reptiles", "sharks", "owl", "prey", "birds" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"what is an excellent predator because of jaws? (A) bacteria (B) plants (C) Cynodonts (D) reptiles (E) sharks (F) owl (G) prey (H) birds"
"3X87C8JFV6A2HCV5A6GUJHZY9Y2QSX"
"What make sharks excellent predators?"
{ "text": [ "beaks.", "vision", "food", "bones", "hands", "phytoplankton", "jaws", "a beak" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What make sharks excellent predators? (A) beaks. (B) vision (C) food (D) bones (E) hands (F) phytoplankton (G) jaws (H) a beak"
"3R2UR8A0IAF7SH4OP3UDTKLQI8WOX6"
"What can rip and tear flesh?"
{ "text": [ "most organisms", "wool", "water", "dragonflies", "leaves", "Bacillus anthracis spores", "excellent predators", "microorganisms" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What can rip and tear flesh? (A) most organisms (B) wool (C) water (D) dragonflies (E) leaves (F) Bacillus anthracis spores (G) excellent predators (H) microorganisms"
"3ERMJ6L4DYRPDZDLUAB27HJXLHXM7T"
"what do fish have?"
{ "text": [ "skeletons", "Two pairs", "beaks.", "keratin", "radiation", "organisms", "salt", "a beak" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"what do fish have? (A) skeletons (B) Two pairs (C) beaks. (D) keratin (E) radiation (F) organisms (G) salt (H) a beak"
"3R3YRB5GRF2Q99GSAFE88I2HZC1UAH"
"Jaws make some carnivores excellent what?"
{ "text": [ "meals", "hunting", "prey", "fertilization", "symbiotes", "herbivores", "Ambushing", "predators" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Jaws make some carnivores excellent what? (A) meals (B) hunting (C) prey (D) fertilization (E) symbiotes (F) herbivores (G) Ambushing (H) predators"
"3A7Y0R2P2ONTR6DR9Q28LO44JN8XJ0"
"Jaws make what kind of fish an excellent predator?"
{ "text": [ "Teeth", "trout", "bass", "shark", "moles", "whale", "otters", "hawks" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Jaws make what kind of fish an excellent predator? (A) Teeth (B) trout (C) bass (D) shark (E) moles (F) whale (G) otters (H) hawks"
"37Q970SNZE7E08BOPRQFIGRQA2WS1V"
"Jaws make sharks excellent what?"
{ "text": [ "producers", "predators", "prey", "a beak", "an animal", "at sea", "to eat", "fertilization" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"Jaws make sharks excellent what? (A) producers (B) predators (C) prey (D) a beak (E) an animal (F) at sea (G) to eat (H) fertilization"
"3DL65MZB8DEXDSG44TVUAV62DBACE6"
"What helps sharks, rays, and skates in being excellent predators?"
{ "text": [ "jaws", "genes", "a beak", "a lack of prey", "other predators", "glands", "human-like fingers", "food" ], "label": [ "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H" ] }
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"What helps sharks, rays, and skates in being excellent predators? (A) jaws (B) genes (C) a beak (D) a lack of prey (E) other predators (F) glands (G) human-like fingers (H) food"
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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: 1.54 MB
  • Size of the generated dataset: 5.60 MB
  • Total amount of disk used: 7.14 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

Annotation process

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Who are the annotators?

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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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Discussion of Biases

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Other Known Limitations

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Additional Information

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.

Models trained or fine-tuned on qasc