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MAHALIN MO MUNA ANG SARILI MO

BAGO ANG IBA. KASE PAG DI MO MUNA


MINAHAL ANG SARILI MO TAPOS HINDI
KANAMAN TALAGA MAHAL NG IBA
WALA NG MAGMAMAHAL SAYO.

-JOHN.M

OSYA SCROLL ANJAN YUNG ANSWER


KEYS
OAM
external recruiting means ...
- false
selection is the process of discovering ....
- false
training attempts to improve the ability ....
- true
it is the process of acquiring deploying ...
- staffing
it is the positive process of searching ....
- recruitment
compensation can be ...
- both answers are correct
any compensation plan must be ...
- understandable , workable , acceptable
transfer is the reassignment ..
- true
promotions involve the ...
- true
the remuneration system needs ...
- all of the given options
a prerequisite for a successful ...
- HR policy
the staffing system components model ...
- recruitment , selection , employment
the process of developing an applicants' ....
- recruitment
staffing systems exist , ...
- contribute to the attainment ...
advertisements through newspapers ....
- indirect
the process of acquiring, deploying ....
- staffing
are the resources that provide utility ...
- men
recruitment policy usually highlights ...
- job specification
teaching of current or employees ...
- training
which of the following is the most serious problem ...
- internal resistance
wages represent
- hourly
actions that employees does not do ....
- performance
basic compensations given to employees ...
- base pay
an aim of performance appraisal is to ...
- motivate employee
payments made to employees without taking ...
- salaries
factors affecting compensation levels are :
- all of the given options
performance appraisal feedback always include : ...
- all of the given options
company's HR team is responsible for ...
- all of the given options
which of the following is not advantage of promotion from within? ...
- creates political infighting
compensation given with base pay linked ...
- wages
effective managers "do the right things" to achieve ...
- true
with personal power a leader can exercise power ...
- false
transformational leadership works ...
- false
core competencies are the skills and abilities ...
- true
leadership is both an individual ....
- true
any condition to be taken into account ...
- contingency factor
McGregor assumed that people who are lazy ...
- Theory X
the willingness to exert high levels of effort ...
- motivation
the drive to find food, drink, and sexual ...
- physiological
Theory Y assumes that people inherently ...
- want to work and exercise self-direction
according to Herzberg, which of the following may be regarded....
- all of the given options
needs and expectations at work are sometimes ...
- extrinsic/intrinsic
influencing people towards the achievement ...
- leadership
Maslow suggests that human needs are arranged ...
- all of the given options
transactional leadership has which of the following ...
- takes the view that rewards ...
communication that takes place within prescribed ...
- formal communication
participation will be easier when individual ...
- true
effective communication is responsibility ...
- false
emergent change refers to initiatives ....
- false
first step in change management process is to prepare for change ...
- true
when the accounting manager communicates to the ...
- horizontal communication
which of the following is not a form of non-verbal communication ? ...
- posters
downward communication is used for all ...
- progress reports
to convert a message into groups of words ....
- encoding
is the individual or group that develops the message ...
- source
is the process by which the receiver interprets ...
- decoding
it is the transfer of information from a sender to a receiver ...
- communication
the communication process involves all of the following except:...
- performing
manuals and policy statements ...
- upward communication
suggestions for improvements from an employee ...
- upward communication
planning sets the goals for the organization ...
- true
management benchmarking compares various ...
- false
the outcome of controlling function is the accurate ...
- true
ROI Control measures both the absolute ...
- true
tests of operating leverage present ...
- false
control ensures that the ....
- plan
Don MacKinnon, the person in charge of ...
- controlling
it is an example of an effective standard ...
- planning to increase sales of product ...
control function of management cannot ...
- planning
it is information about what is happening ...
- real-time information and control
the last function in the sequence, which culminates ...
- controlling
it is the first step in management control ...
- determine desired performance
buying and assembling ...
- false
promotional activities and advertising are best ways to...
- true
orientation is the process of captivating ...
- false
capital budgeting is primarily a bottom-level ...
- false
HRM is all about acquiring services of people ...
- true
the planning function in managerial function ...
- all of the given options
the functions of HRM is pertained to ...
- whole organization
states the way about what are the activities ...
- planning
allowance and bonus of the employees ...
- compensation
managing people is not the primary responsibility ...
- true
which is discussed in compensation policy? ...
- %of bonus
human resource management policies ...
- HR Department
human resource planning is a part of ...
- operational
the internet is not important to the foundation ...
- false
functions are the HR functions that are required ...
- operational
payments made to employees without ...
- salaries
any condition to be taken into account ...
- contingency factor
Maslow suggests that human needs are arranged ..
- all of the given options
when an employee has a need for ...
- self-actualization needs
assumes that employees have little ambition ...
- Theory X
the process of developing an applicants' pool for ...
- recruitment
wages represents ...
- hourly
needs and expectations at work ...
- extrinsic/intrinsic
recruitment policy usually highlights ...
- job specification
McGregor assumed that people ...
- Theory X
according to Herzberg, which of the following ...
- all of the given options
performance appraisal feedback ...
- all of the given options
advertisements through newspapers, ...
- indirect
an individual who wants to buy a home ...
- safety
which of the following is the most serious ...
- internal resistance
negative feelings resulting from ...
- frustration
according to herzberg, which is not ...
- work conditions
the willingness to exert high levels ...
- motivation
the process of acquiring, deploying ...
- staffing
suggestions for improvements ...
- upward communication
influencing people towards ...
- leadership
it is personal power that ...
- charisma
basic compensations given to employees ...
- base pay
downward communication is used ...
- progress reports
the drive to find food, ...
- physiological
compensation given with base ...
- wages
it is the transfer of information ...
- communication
factors affecting compensation levels ..
- all of the given options
when the accounting manager communicates ...
- horizontal communication
within maslow's hierarchy of needs, ...
- social needs
a person who recognize, manages ...
- entrepreneur
is a document that thoroughly explains ...
- business plan
writing a business plan can ensure ...
- figures out how to make ...
which of the following qualities will increase ...
- all of the above
the business plan should be ...
- crisp and concise
is best described by stating it is any business ...
- small business
is defined as the blueprint describing the business strategy ...
- business plan
which one is not considered a key ...
- method for dissolution of the organization
common reasons for entrepreneurial failure ...
- adequate financial support
which statement is not true about entrepreneurs? ..
- they generally stick ...
the entrepreneur who is committed to the ...
- opportunist
all but which of the following is considered to be a myth ...
- first ventures ...
all of the following are characteristics of small ...
- small business emphasize new ...
which of the following is not recognized as a misconception ...
- entrepreneurial ventures ..
four small business owners, one ...
- profitability
the last function in the sequence ...
- controlling
an example of an effective standard ...
- planning to increase sales ...
functions are the HR functions ...
- operational
orientation is the process of captivating ...
- false
states the way about what ...
- planning
the functions of HRM is pertained to ...
- whole organization
which of the following management functions are closely related? ...
- planning and control
promotional activities and advertising ...
- true
investment decisions determine ...
- true
is based on norms
- clan control
human resource management policies ...
- HR department
tests of liquidity
- true
planning sets the goals
- true
strategic benchmarking compares ...
- false
designing marketing strategies ...
- false
it is the first step in management control
- determine desired performance
it compares various strategies and identifies ...
- strategic benchmarking
control ensures that the ...
- plan
Participative leadership involves staff and others in the decision making process.
- true

A laissez faire leadership style occurs when all power is passed onto the staff.
- true

It refers to the effective communication between people/ workers/ clients of different cultural background.
- b. Intercultural communication

Which one is not leadership styles based on use of authority?


d. Transformational leaders

The following is not a concept of wage


b. daily wages

Promotion involves the reassignment of an employee to a higher level job.


b. true

Transformational leadership recognises that success results from their belief in both themselves and their
staff.
b. True

Participative leadership has which of the following characteristics?


d. Seeks to involve staff in the decision making process

An autocratic leadership style occurs when power is split between the leader and his or her staff.
a. False

Management is the ability to direct staff towards achieving goals.


b. False

Layoff is when employees voluntarily decide to end their employment with an organization.
a. false

Planned change refers to a situation in which change can originate from any level in the organization.
b. False

Filling and keeping filled, positions in the organization structure.


c. Staffing

Termination is the practice of putting an end to the employer-employee relations initiated by the employer
with prejudice to the worker.
b. true

Benefits is pay provided by an employer to an employee for services rendered.


b. false

The output of job analysis is the job description and the job specifications.
a. True
External recruiting is the process of attracting individuals outside the organization to apply for positions
with the firm.
b. True

Which of the following factor influence(s) employee compensation?


a. All of the given options

Theory Y assumes people regard work as a normal activity and are self-motivated.
a. True

The process, tools and techniques to manage the people-side of change to achieve the required business
outcome(s)
b. Change management

Budget is a quantitative expression of a plan for a defined period of time.

True

The ____ analysis addresses the roles of the community, region, nation, and world in a business.
b. Environmental

All of the following are popular demographic factors about entrepreneurs, except:
c. Self confidence

Selling includes transfer of ownership of products to the buyer.

True

OAM4th Q
problems are usually ...
- all of the given opyions
is the form of departmentalization that groups ...
- a functional structure
which of the following is a strength for an organization ? ...
- low labor turnover
it is directing the work activities ...
- leading
they are a complex of goals, policies ...
- programs
recruitment policy usually highlights ...
- job specification
humanistic realities ...
- maslow
which of the following are sub-groupings ...
- scientific management and bureaucracy
which of the following does not form part ...
- internal environment
it means that the whole is greater ...
- synergy
which of the following is the most serious problem ...
- internal resistance
which of the following would be included ...
- measuring results ....
the framework of interrelationships ....
- organizational structure
the systems approach ....
- encourages managers to ....
the process of acquiring ....
- staffing
the main disadvantage of general partnership is ...
- the unlimited liability of the partners
it means at the end of the period ...
- verifiable objectives
it is concerned with managing the process ....
- operations management
SWOT is an acronym for: ...
- strengths , ....
which statement is wrong?
- disseminator role ...
which of the following are sub-groupings ....
- scientific management and bureaucracy
advertisements through newspapers ...
- indirect
the most effective form of business
- corporation
basic compensation
- base pay
supervisory management spends
- directing and controlling
which of the following is not an example of bureaucratic
- advertising and marketing ...
provides for the greatest degree of continuity
- corporation
it combines ...
- management information system
which one is benefit of planning
- all of the given options
a manger who is helping a customer return ...
- programmed decision
the application of scientific principles to management is called ...
- scientific management
strategic planning is done by:
- top managers
planning, organizing, directing ....
- functions of management
the staffing system components model says that the phases ...
- recruitment, selection, employment
which one is not interpersonal managerial role?
- spokesperson
which of the following is not an advantage of group decision-making?
- group think
in maslow's hierarchy of needs, which is the highest level of need?
- none of the given options
who is the father of scientific management ?
- frederick winslow
what are factors managers should consider ...
- all of the given options
checking progress againts plans.
- controlling
non programmed decisions are most likely to be made by
- top management
which of the following is not included in our definition of management?
- balancing efficiency against effectiveness
modern managers are:
- all of the given options
it is a statement of expected results expressed in numerical terms.
- budget
scientific management is based on the assumptions that:
- the scientific observation of people ...
the process of developing an applicants' pool for job openings ...
- recruitment
the study of management theory is important ...
- management theories are interpretive ...
the simplest form of business ownership is a
- proprietorship
is the process of using the resources and personnel ....
- organizing
The five needs expressed in Maslow's hierarchy are:
b. Physiological, safety, social, esteem and self-actualization

Decisions fall into two categories:


d. Programmed and non-programmed

What are the major functions Henry Fayol delineated for managers?
b. Planning, Organizing, Commanding, Coordinating & Controlling

In the twenty-first century the four functions of management are:


a. planning, organizing, controlling, and leading employees

In Setting goals the “S.M.A.R.T” standing for:


a. Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Timely

What is the term used to define the number of subordinates directly controlled by a manager?
b. Span of management

In order to carry out a SWOT analysis, a company must _________.


b. All of the given options.

Internal consists of the trends and events within an organization that affect_____.
b. None of the given options
A decision for repetitive or routine problems for which the responses have been already been
decided and been known to the person who will make the decision is called:

Select one:
b. Programmed.

Behavioral Science Approach is an extension of the ______.

Select one:
b. Human Relations Approach

They permitting managers to delegate authority and maintain control over what their subordinates
do.

Select one:
b. Policies
The systems approach _____?

Select one:
d. All of the choices

Which approach to the study of organizational behavior emphasizes the formal structure, hierarchy
of management, the technical requirements and the assumption of rational behavior?

Select one:
b. The classical approach

A manager who is helping a customer return some shoes they purchased last week is dealing with
what type of decision?

Select one:
a. Programmed decision

Recruitment policy usually highlights the need for establishing:

Select one:
a. Job specification

Factors affecting compensation levels are:

Select one:
b. All of the given options

The span of control refers to:

Select one:
a. the number of subordinates reporting directly to a given manager or supervisor

Which statement is wrong?

Select one:
b. Disseminator role is under Interpersonal managerial roles

One of the earliest and most enduring descriptions of managerial roles comes from:

Select one:
a. Henry Mintzberg

It combines tech with business to get people the information they need to do their jobs
better/faster/smarter.

Select one:
a. Management Information System

Payments made to employees without taking hours for which they worked into consideration are
called

Select one:
a. Salaries

Teaching of current or employees with skills needed to perform effectively on job is

Select one:
b. Training

A solution to a problem that is arrived at through an unstructured process of decision making is


called a:

Select one:
b. Non-programmed decision

Which of the following is an example of the Hawthorne experiments?

Select one:
c. All of the given options
It is a network of interpersonal relationships that arise when people associate with each other.

Select one:
c. Informal organization

The offering of employee health insurance addresses which of Maslow's needs?

Select one:
a. Safety

Which of the following is a Threat for an organization?

Select one:
d. Economic downturn

Which of the following is an opportunity for an organization?

Select one:
b. Rapid market growth

The form of business organization that has the largest sales volume is the:

Select one:
c. Corporation

Problems are usually of the following type(s):

Select one:
b. All of the given options.

Checking progress against plans.

Select one:
c. Controlling

Coordinating people and human resources to accomplish organizational goals is the process of:

Select one:
a. Leadership
Systems theory holds that:

Select one:
a. The whole is greater than the sum of the parts.
Which of the following is an opportunity for an organization?

Select one:
d. Establishing Internet sales

The application of scientific principles to management is called:

Select one:
a. Scientific management

Which one is known as early systematize of management?

Select one:
b. Henry R. Towne

Fayol's functions of management include:

Select one:
a. Planning, commanding, organizing, coordinating, controlling.

Which of the following is not an assumption of Theory Y?

Select one:
a. Primary motivators are fear and money
Actions that employees does not do or must do in a job is classified as

Select one:
a. Productivity
______ is the formal arrangement of jobs within an organization.

Select one:
b. Organizational structure
The most effective form of business organization for raising capital is the:

Select one:
c. Corporation

The selection of a course of action from among alternatives.

Select one:
b. Decision making
Which of the following would be included in the "controlling function”?

Select one:
c. Measuring results against corporate objectives.

_____develop and carry out tactical plans.

Select one:
a. Management by objectives

Which of the following is not an assumption of Theory X?

Select one:
a. Employees are creative

The main schools of management thought are:

Select one:
b. Classical, human relations, systems, contingency.

The simplest form of business ownership is a:

Select one:
c. Proprietorship

Which of the following is not an advantage of group decision-making?

Select one:
a. group think

Scientific management is based on the assumption that:

Select one:
a. The scientific observation of people at work would reveal the one best way to do the task.

It is concerned with managing the process that converts inputs into outputs.

Select one:
b. Operations management

Which of the following is the most serious problem that might arise due to excessive reliance on
internal recruitment?

Select one:
c. internal resistance

Which of the following are sub-groupings of the classical approach?

Select one:
a. Scientific management and bureaucracy

Which of the following is a strength for an organization?

Select one:
a. Small competitors in the home market

Compensation given with base pay linked to individual team or organizational performance is
classified as

Select one:
c. Salaries

Which of the following is not advantage of promotion from within?

Select one:
c. Creates political infighting

The most effective leader is one who:

Select one:
d. all of the given options

Which of the following is most closely associated with Henry Fayol?

Select one:
a. Classical Management School
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Ms. Hellen has a fixed bi-monthly salary of Php30,456.25. How much is her annual salary rate?

Answer:

PHP182,737.50

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A worker earns Php200 per article written.

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Mr. Quan has a fixed annual salary of Php189,003. How much is his semi-annual salary rate?

Answer:

Php94,501.50

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Mr. Quan has a fixed annual salary of Php189,003. How much is his quarterly salary rate?

Answer:

Php47,250.75

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Mr. Troy has a fixed semi-monthly salary of Php15,755.25. How much is his annual salary rate?

Answer:

Php378.126.00
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Mr. Quan has a fixed annual salary of Php189,003. How much is his semi-monthly salary rate?

Answer:

Php31,500.50

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Mr. Quan has a fixed annual salary of Php189,003. How much is his monthly salary rate?

Answer:

Php15,750.25

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Ms. Pack has a fixed monthly salary of Php25,805.75. How much is her annual salary rate?

Answer:

Php309,669.00

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Mr. Brock has a fixed semi-annual salary of Php50,555.75. How much is his bi-monthly salary rate?

Answer:

Php16,851.92

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A regularly employed person receives an annual compensation worth Php246,000.

Answer:

s
L.A 9 BMAT-112

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Joh has "No Work No Pay" worker.

Answer:

Instructions: Write S if the statement describes salaries and W if wages.

Mr. Sun earns a compensation worth Php260 per hour.

Answer:

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Mr. Shock has a fixed monthly salary of Php27,845.75. How much is his quarterly salary rate?

Answer:

Php83,537.25

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thousands, always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Mr. Quan has a fixed annual salary of Php189,003. How much is his bi-monthly salary rate?

Answer:

Php7,875.13

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A worker person receives a fixed monthly salary regardless of overtime.

Answer:

Mr. Franz is factory worker earning Php650.75 per regular work day For the month of November, he was
able to work 8 hours a day for 13 days. How much will he receive as compensation?
Answer:

Php8,459.75

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Mr. Han is working in Region IX, he earns Php37 per hour.

Answer:

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to the nearest the centavo.

Ms. Grace is an online English teacher earning Php250 per hour. She works for 4 hours during weekdays
and 6 hours during week-ends. How much is her weekly compensation?

Answer:

Php8,000.00

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order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency answers, use the
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to the nearest the centavo.

Ms. Faith is a minimum wage earner in ARMM. From October 3 to 7,she has worked for 8 hours a day.
From October 10 to 14, she has worked for 6 hours a day. From October 17 to 21, she has worked for 4
hours a day from October 24 to 28 she worked for 2 hours a day. She became absent on October 31.
How much is her compensation for the month of October? (round off in the final answer only)

Answer:

Php3,312.50

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order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency answers, use the
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to the nearest the centavo.

Mr. Franz is factory worker earning Php65.50 per two hours. For the month of November, he was able to
work 7 hours a day for 19 days. How much will he receive as compensation?

Answer:

Php4,355.75
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M. Spark is working at ARMM, he earns Php265 per regular work day.

Answer:

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to the nearest the centavo.

Mr. Lim is a Revenue Officer at the Bureau of Internal Revenue. He has an annual salary worth
Php228,924. How much is his fixed monthly compensation?

Answer:

Php19,077.00

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Ms. Fe works at Region II, she earns Php37.50 per hour.

Answer:

Instructions: Type M if the person is a minimum wage earner and N if not.

Mr. Brand works at NCR, he earns Php500 per normal work day.

Answer:

Instructions: Type M if the person is a minimum wage earner and N if not.

Mr. Mark is working in Region X, he earns Php85 after working for 2 hours.

Answer:

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to the nearest the centavo.

Mr. Franz is factory worker earning Php65.50 per hour. For the month of November, he was able to
work 5 hours a day for 15 days. How much will he receive as compensation?
Answer:

Php4,912.50

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to the nearest the centavo.

Mr. Sixto is a minimum wage earner in Region IX. Last November 7, 2016, he worked for 7 hours only.
How much is his compensation for this said date?

Answer:

Php259.00

Instructions: Before taking this exam, please be sure to have the minimum wage table at your side. In
order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency answers, use the
format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal places and round off
to the nearest the centavo.

Ms. Romyna is a minimum wage earner in Region II. She worked 8 hours a day for 20 days. How much is
her total compensation?

Answer:

Php6,000.00

Instructions: Before taking this exam, please be sure to have the minimum wage table at your side. In
order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency answers, use the
format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal places and round off
to the nearest the centavo.

Mr. Franz is factory worker earning Php65.50 per hour. For the month of November, he was able to
work 8 hours a day for 20 days. How much will he receive as compensation?

Answer:

Php10,480.00

Instructions: Before taking this exam, please be sure to have the minimum wage table at your side. In
order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency answers, use the
format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal places and round off
to the nearest the centavo.

Mr. Dan is an online freelance article writer whose compensation is based on the number of work
completed. He earns Php300 for article composed of 900-1499 words and Php400 for articles composed
of at least 1,500 words. For the Month of December, he wrote fifteen 1000-word articles and ten 1500-
word articles. How much is his compensation?

Answer:
Php8,500.00

Ms. Jen has a fixed monthly salary of Php15,455.75 She was not promoted and did not have any salary
increase. How much will be her 13th month pay?

Answer:

Php15,455.75

Instructions: In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency
answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal
places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

John is a minimum wage earner in Region II. Regularly, he works during weekdays (Monday-Friday).
With proper company authorization, he worked on Friday-January 1, 2016. How much is his earning for
the said date?

Answer:

Php600.00

Instructions: Type HO if the statement describes holiday pay; OP if overtime pay; NS if night sift
differential; HZ for hazard pay; TM for thirteenth month pay and DM for de minimis benefits

Mr. Ferdie works beyond the normal 8 hours. He is entitled for additional compensation.

Answer:

op

Instructions: Type HO if the statement describes holiday pay; OP if overtime pay; NS if night sift
differential; HZ for hazard pay; TM for thirteenth month pay and DM for de minimis benefits

Ms. Macky worked from 10:00 pm to 11:30 am. Aside from the overtime pay, she is also entitled for an
additional payment for working in late at night.

Answer:

ns

Instructions: In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency
answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal
places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Grace regularly works from Monday to Friday and earns a rate of Php450 in a day. This wage includes
Php440 basic wage and Php10 Cost of Living Allowance (COLA). On Tuesday- November 1, 2016, a
special non-working day, Grace worked overtime for about 2 hours. How much is her overtime pay?

Answer:

Php190.13
S.q11 BMAT-112

Instructions: In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency
answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal
places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Grace regularly works from Monday to Friday and earns a rate of Php460 in a day. This wage includes
Php450 basic wage and Php10 Cost of Living Allowance (COLA). For the whole Sunday -January 1, 2017,
Grace worked for a total of 10 hours. How much is her overtime pay?

Answer:

Php380.25

Instructions: In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency
answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal
places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

The police officer receives Php540 per month as hazard pay. How much hazard pay will he receive for
the whole year?

Answer:

Php6,480.00

Instructions: In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency
answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal
places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Ms. Jen received a basic pay of Php12,000; overtime pay of Php3,500; rice allowance worth Php500,
uniform allowance worth Php4,000; and employee achievement award worth Php4,500. How much is
her total de minimis benefits?

Answer:

Php9,000.00

Instructions: Type HO if the statement describes holiday pay; OP if overtime pay; NS if night sift
differential; HZ for hazard pay; TM for thirteenth month pay and DM for de minimis benefits

Jenny worked during new year's day. She is entitled for additional compensation.

Answer:

ho

Instructions: In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency
answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal
places and round off to the nearest the centavo.
Ms. Chaka earns a regular compensation of Php15,500 per month from January up to October. Because
she was promoted to a higher position, she now has a regular compensation of Php20,100 from
November to December. How much will be her 13th month pay? (Round off your answer to the nearest
centavo)

Answer:

Php16,266.67

Instructions: In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency
answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal
places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Mr. Ken has a fixed monthly salary rate of Php20,000. He was promoted on March and his salary rate
increased to Php25,000 per month. How much will he receive ass 13th month pay on December?

Answer:

Php24,166.67

Instructions: Type HO if the statement describes holiday pay; OP if overtime pay; NS if night sift
differential; HZ for hazard pay; TM for thirteenth month pay and DM for de minimis benefits

Aside from the monthly salary, the teachers received an amount equal to their total annual
compensation divided by twelve.

Answer:

tm

Instructions: Type HO if the statement describes holiday pay; OP if overtime pay; NS if night sift
differential; HZ for hazard pay; TM for thirteenth month pay and DM for de minimis benefits

Ms. Margarita received rice allowance from her employer.

Answer:

dm

Instructions: In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency
answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal
places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Grace regularly works from Monday to Friday and earns a rate of Php460 in a day. This wage includes
Php450 basic wage and Php10 Cost of Living Allowance (COLA). For the whole Sunday -January 1, 2017,
Grace rendered her services from 10:00 pm to 11:30pm. How much is her nightshift differential? (Round
off your answer to the nearest centavo)

Answer:

Php28.52
Instructions: In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency
answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal
places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

The company is using the Minimum NSD formula. The auditor conducted an inventory count. In order to
ensure that the inventories are not being moved elsewhere while he is supervising the count he decided
that this activity will be conducted after the normal operating time of the business. He started working
from 10 pm up to 5 am. How much will he receive as nightshift differential if his daily salary rate
exclusive of COLA is Php500?

Answer:

Php43.75

Mr. Han has a basic salary of Php10,000 per month. How much is the employer's share in the Pag-IBIG
contribution?

Answer:

Php100.00

Instructions: Type SGPP if the statement describes SSS,GSIS, Pag-IBIG, Philhealth and other Union dues;
RA if representation allowance; TA if transportation allowance; COLA for cost of living allowance; FHA
for fixed housing allowance and COM for commissions and PS for profit sharing.

A representation allowance is a fixed monthly expense allowance given by employers to employees for
organization related activity representation.

Answer:

ra

Instructions: In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency
answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal
places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Jen and Ken are rank and file employees of ABCD Company. Jen’s house is nearby the company office so
she just walks toward the office every day. On the other hand, Ken’s house is several kilometers away
from their work place so he always commutes every day. The company laws states that rank and file
employees are entitled to receive Php1,000 as fixed monthly transportation allowance. How much will
be the combined annual transportation allowance of Jen and Ken?

Answer:

Php24,000.00

Instructions: Type SGPP if the statement describes SSS,GSIS, Pag-IBIG, Philhealth and other Union dues;
RA if representation allowance; TA if transportation allowance; COLA for cost of living allowance; FHA
for fixed housing allowance and COM for commissions and PS for profit sharing.

Aside from John’s salary, he also earns a commission on products sold. He gets Php5 per item sold.
Answer:

com

Instructions: In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency
answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal
places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Chick and Ken are rank and file employees of ABCD Company. Jen has a house is nearby the company
office so she just walks toward the office every day. On the other hand, Ken is just renting a room in a
small boarding house. The company laws states that rank and file employees are entitled to receive
Php2,000 as fixed housing allowance. How much housing allowance will Ken receive in a year?

Answer:

Php24,000.00

S.q 12 BMAT-112

Instructions: In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency
answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal
places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Aside from John’s salary, he also earns a commission on products sold. He gets Php15 per item sold by
him. Supposing that he sold an average of 10 items per day for 20 days, how much is his commission?

Answer:

Php3,000.00

Instructions: Type SGPP if the statement describes SSS,GSIS, Pag-IBIG, Philhealth and other Union dues;
RA if representation allowance; TA if transportation allowance; COLA for cost of living allowance; FHA
for fixed housing allowance and COM for commissions and PS for profit sharing.

This is a type of allowance offered to employees of a company to compensate for their travel from
residence to and from respective workplace location.

Answer:

TA

Instructions: In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency
answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal
places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

John has a fixed monthly representation allowance worth Php1,500. How much is his quarterly
representation allowance?
Answer:

Php4,500.00

Instructions: Type SGPP if the statement describes SSS,GSIS, Pag-IBIG, Philhealth and other Union dues;
RA if representation allowance; TA if transportation allowance; COLA for cost of living allowance; FHA
for fixed housing allowance and COM for commissions and PS for profit sharing.

These contributions are shared by the employee and the employer.

Answer:

SGPP

Instructions: In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency
answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal
places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Mr. Han has a basic salary of Php10,000 per month. How much is the employer's share in the PhilHealth
contribution?

Answer:

Php125

Instructions: In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency
answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal
places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Mr. Han has a basic salary of Php10,000 per month. How much is the total employer's SSS contribution?
(Employer's share + Employee Compensation Fee)

Answer:

Php746.70

Instructions: Type SGPP if the statement describes SSS,GSIS, Pag-IBIG, Philhealth and other Union dues;
RA if representation allowance; TA if transportation allowance; COLA for cost of living allowance; FHA
for fixed housing allowance and COM for commissions and PS for profit sharing.

ABC Company has high level of income for the year 2016. The employees got direct share from the net
income.

Answer:

PS

Instructions: In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency
answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal
places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

For the month of January, Mr. Ken worked for 20 days, he worked 8 hours per day. He is a minimum
wage earner from NCR and receives a minimum wage of Php491. The minimum wage is composed of
Php481 basic wage and Php10 Cost of Living Allowance (COLA). How much is his total COLA for the
month?

Answer:

Php200.00

Instructions: In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency
answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal
places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Mr. Han has a basic salary of Php10,000 per month. How much is the total employer's share in the SSS,
Pag-IBIG and PhilHealth contributions? (exclude employee compensation fee)

Answer:

Php971.70

Instructions: Type SGPP if the statement describes SSS,GSIS, Pag-IBIG, Philhealth and other Union dues;
RA if representation allowance; TA if transportation allowance; COLA for cost of living allowance; FHA
for fixed housing allowance and COM for commissions and PS for profit sharing.

This is a fixed monthly allowance granted to employees to help them in their housing and rentals fees

Answer:

FHA

Mr. DJ is working in Region II. His basic salary for a month consisting of 20 working days is Php6000.

Answer:

Instructions: Compute for the total non-taxable compensation income using the given data only (Do not
assume other values). You may use th BIR Income tax calculator. In order to have uniform answers,
please follow the answer formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use
comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

For the month of July, Mr. King received a compensation worth Php16,000; Hazard Pay Php1,000;
overtime pay Php123.75; Commissions Php5,990.75. Mr. King is not a minimum wage earner.

Answer:

Php0.00

Instructions: Type T for taxable compensation and N for non-taxable compensation.

Mr. Ken is not a minimum wage earner. He received Php2,500 as overtime pay.

Answer:

t
Instructions: Compute for the total non-taxable compensation income using the given data only (Do not
assume other values). You may use th BIR Income tax calculator. In order to have uniform answers,
please follow the answer formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use
comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Mr. Hayden is not a minimum wage earner. He has a basic pay of Php18,555.55; Travel allowance
Php5,555.55 and a representation allowance Php888.55.

Answer:

Php0.00

Instructions: Type T for taxable compensation and N for non-taxable compensation.

Mr. Pen is a minimum wage earner. He received Php1,000 as hazard pay.

Answer:

S.q 13 BMAT-112

Instructions: Compute for the total non-taxable compensation income using the given data only (Do not
assume other values). You may use th BIR Income tax calculator. In order to have uniform answers,
please follow the answer formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use
comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Mr. Kong is a minimum wage earner. He received a basic pay of Php5,555.55.

Answer:

Php5,555.55

Instructions: Type T for taxable compensation and N for non-taxable compensation.

Ms. Katrina is working in ARMM. Her basic salary is Php30,000 a month.

Answer:

Instructions: Compute for the total non-taxable compensation income using the given data only (Do not
assume other values). You may use th BIR Income tax calculator. In order to have uniform answers,
please follow the answer formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use
comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Ms. Kring is a minimum wage earner. Her basic pay is Php8,555.55; Travel allowance Php5,555.55 and a
representation allowance Php888.55.
Answer:

Php8,555.55

Instructions: Compute for the total non-taxable compensation income using the given data only (Do not
assume other values). You may use th BIR Income tax calculator. In order to have uniform answers,
please follow the answer formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use
comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

For the month of February, Mr Joe received a compensation worth Php6,000. Commissions
Php5,990.75. Mr. Joe is a minimum wage earner.

Answer:

Php6,000.00

Instructions: Compute for the total non-taxable compensation income using the given data only (Do not
assume other values). You may use th BIR Income tax calculator. In order to have uniform answers,
please follow the answer formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use
comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

For the month of January, Mr. A from NCR received a basic compensation worth Php50,000. COLA
Php200. Mr. A is not a minimum wage earner.His share for SSS, Pag-IBIG and PhilHealth contribution is
Php993.80.

Answer:

Php993.80

Instructions: Compute for the total non-taxable compensation income using the given data only (Do not
assume other values). You may use th BIR Income tax calculator. In order to have uniform answers,
please follow the answer formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use
comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Mr. Hayden is a minimum wage earner. He has a basic pay of Php8,000.50; De minimis benefits worth
Php3,535.75; Overtime pay worth Php2,589.50; Holiday pay worth of Php3,578.50.

Answer:

Php17,704.25

Instructions: Type T for taxable compensation and N for non-taxable compensation.

Mr. Joe earns a commission worth Php15,000.

Answer:

Instructions: Compute for the total non-taxable compensation income using the given data only (Do not
assume other values). You may use th BIR Income tax calculator. In order to have uniform answers,
please follow the answer formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use
comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

For the month of April, Mr. Kang received a compensation worth Php6,000; Hazard Pay Php1,000;
overime pay Php123.75; Commissions Php5,990.75. Mr. Kang is a minimum wage earner.

Answer:

Php7,123.75

Instructions: Compute for the total non-taxable compensation income using the given data only (Do not
assume other values). You may use th BIR Income tax calculator. In order to have uniform answers,
please follow the answer formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use
comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Mr. Hayden is a regular employee (not a minimum wage earner) with a basic pay of Php28,555.55;
Travel allowance Php5,555.55 and a representation allowance Php888.55. His share for SSS, Pag-IBIG
and PhilHealth contribution is Php993.80.

Answer:

Php993.80

Instructions: Compute for the total non-taxable compensation income using the given data only (Do not
assume other values). You may use th BIR Income tax calculator. In order to have uniform answers,
please follow the answer formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use
comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

For the month of March, Mr. B from NCR received a basic compensation worth Php10,000; Hazard pay
worth Php1,000; night shift differential worth Php350.25; travel allowance worth Php2,000. Mr. B is a
minimum wage earner.

Answer:

Php11,350.25

Mr. B, a married resident citizen, has one legitimate child and three illegitimate children. His additional
exemption is Php100,000.

Answer:

Instructions: Compute for the withholding tax and annual income tax (Do not assume other values). You
may use the BIR Income tax calculator. In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer
formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands,
always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Mr. B, a married resident citizen, has one dependent child. For the month of January, he received a
compensation worth Php10,000. His SSS, GSIS, PAG-IBIG Contributions and Union Dues was Php1,000.
He is a minimum wage earner. How much is the withholding tax?
Answer:

Php0.00

Instructions: Compute for the withholding tax and annual income tax (Do not assume other values). You
may use the BIR Income tax calculator. In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer
formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands,
always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Mr. X, a married resident citizen, has 2 dependent children. He has a gross annual taxable compensation
income of Php360,000. Mr. X is not a minimum wage earner. What is the annual income tax?

Answer:

Php53,000.00

Instructions: Compute for the withholding tax and annual income tax (Do not assume other values). You
may use the BIR Income tax calculator. In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer
formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands,
always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Mr. Z, a single resident citizen without any dependent has a gross annual taxable income of Php360,000.
In addition, he also earned Php100,000 income from his business. Mr. Z is not a minimum wage earner.
What is the annual income tax?

Answer:

Php98,000.00

Instructions: Compute for the withholding tax and annual income tax (Do not assume other values). You
may use the BIR Income tax calculator. In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer
formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands,
always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Mr. D, a married resident citizen, has 2 dependent children. For the month of November, his basic pay
was Php30,000. He also received an overtime pay worth Php3,500 and hazard pay of Php3,000. His SSS,
GSIS, PAG-IBIG Contributions and Union Dues was Php1,000. He is not a minimum wage earner. How
much is the withholding tax?

Answer:

Php6,066.57

S.q 14 BMAT-112
Instructions: Compute for the withholding tax and annual income tax (Do not assume other values). You
may use the BIR Income tax calculator. In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer
formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands,
always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Mr. C, a married resident citizen, has 10 illegitimate children of which three are considered as
dependents. For the month of July, his basic pay was Php30,000. He is not a minimum wage earner. How
much is the withholding tax?

Answer:

Php3,854.25

Instructions: Type T if the statement is true and F if it is false.

Ms. D, a single resident citizen, has no child. Her additional exemption is Php50,000.

Answer:

Instructions: Compute for the withholding tax and annual income tax (Do not assume other values). You
may use the BIR Income tax calculator. In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer
formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands,
always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Mr. A, a married resident citizen, has two dependent children. For the month of January, he received a
compensation worth Php35,000. His SSS, GSIS, PAG-IBIG Contributions and Union Dues was Php1,000.
He is not a minimum wage earner. How much is the withholding tax?

Answer:

Php5,616.57

Instructions: Compute for the withholding tax and annual income tax (Do not assume other values). You
may use the BIR Income tax calculator. In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer
formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands,
always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

If the annual net taxable compensation income is Php150,000 and annual net income from business is
Php100,000. What is the annual income tax?

Answer:

Php50,000.00

Instructions: Compute for the withholding tax and annual income tax (Do not assume other values). You
may use the BIR Income tax calculator. In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer
formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands,
always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the centavo.
If the annual net taxable compensation income is Php250,000 and annual net income from business is
Php250,000. What is the annual income tax?

Answer:

Php125,000.00

Instructions: Compute for the withholding tax and annual income tax (Do not assume other values). You
may use the BIR Income tax calculator. In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer
formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands,
always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Mr. X, a married resident citizen, has 2 dependent children. He has a gross annual taxable income of
Php360,000. In addition, he also earned Php200,000 income from his business. Mr. X is not a minimum
wage earner. What is the annual income tax?

Answer:

Php113,000.00

Instructions: Type T if the statement is true and F if it is false.

Mr. A, a married resident citizen, has one dependent child. His total personal exemption is Php75,000.

Answer:

Instructions: Compute for the withholding tax and annual income tax (Do not assume other values). You
may use the BIR Income tax calculator. In order to have uniform answers, please follow the answer
formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX", Use comma to separate thousands,
always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the centavo.

Mr. C, a single resident citizen, has one dependent child. For the month of February, he received a basic
pay worth Php30,000. He is not a minimum wage earner. How much is the withholding tax?

Answer:

Php5,041.77

Instructions: Type T if the statement is true and F if it is false.

Mr. S, a married resident citizen, has eleven children. His personal exemption is Php50,000.

Answer:

Instructions: Type T if the statement is true and F if it is false.

Ms. K, a single resident citizen, has two dependent children. Her additional exemption is Php50,000.

Answer:
T

Type TXT if the statement describes Textual method of presenting data; TBL if tabular data and GRP if
graphical.

Anna used vertical bars to compare the volume of sales of different types of items.

Answer:

GRP

Instructions: Refer to the image below to answer the following question. In order to have uniform
answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX",
Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the
centavo.

How much will be the total sales if the following were the selling price of the juices; Orange
Php22;Pineapple Php21; Strawberry Php20, Guyabano Php20, Grapes Php21.

Answer:

Php760.00

Type TXT if the statement describes Textual method of presenting data; TBL if tabular data and GRP if
graphical.

A data presentation method which is composed of rows and columns.

Answer:

TBL

Instructions: Refer to the image below to answer the following question. In order to have uniform
answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX",
Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the
centavo.

Considering the data given, how much is the average annual income of ABCD Company? (Round off the
answer to the nearest centavo)

Answer:

Php4,833,333.33

In 2014, Gross profit of a company was Php2,000,000 while its expenses were Php450,000. In 2015,
Gross Profit of the company was Php3,500,000 while expenses were Php830,000. If corporate income
tax rate is 30%, what is the total increase in net income from 2014 up to 2015?

Answer:

Php784,000.00
S.q 15 BMAt-112

In 2014, Gross profit of a company was Php2,000,000 while its expenses were Php450,000. In 2015,
Gross Profit of the company was Php3,500,000 while expenses were Php830,000. If corporate income
tax rate is 30%, what is the total net income from 2014 up to 2015?

Answer:

Php3,584,000.00

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answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX",
Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the
centavo.

The data on the pie chart is based on the Php200 allowance of John. The expenses for fair and food is
fixed. The rest of his allowance will go to his savings. If his allowance will be decreased to Php170, how
much can he save within five school days?

Answer:

Php0.00

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answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX",
Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the
centavo.

What is the total quantity of juice sold? (answer should be expressed in whole number only)

Answer:

36

Type TXT if the statement describes Textual method of presenting data; TBL if tabular data and GRP if
graphical.

Composed of written words and numbers.

Answer:

TXT

Type TXT if the statement describes Textual method of presenting data; TBL if tabular data and GRP if
graphical.

A person submitted a typewritten description and interpretation of data.

Answer:
TXT

Type TXT if the statement describes Textual method of presenting data; TBL if tabular data and GRP if
graphical.

Using a pie chart to represent data.

Answer:

GRP

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answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX",
Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the
centavo.

What is the total net amount to be received by the employees from the employer?

Answer:

Php105,718.49

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answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX",
Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the
centavo.

What is the second highest income that the company has earned?

Answer:

Php8,000,000.00

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answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX",
Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the
centavo.

The data on the pie chart is based on the Php200 allowance of John. The expenses for fair and food is
fixed. The rest of his allowance will go to his savings. If his allowance will be increased to Php300, how
much can he save within five school days?

Answer:

Php650.00

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answers, please follow the answer formats given. For currency answers, use the format "PhpX,XXX.XX",
Use comma to separate thousands, always give two decimal places and round off to the nearest the
centavo.

How much will the employer remit to the Bureau of Internal Revenue?
Answer:

Php9,477.20

Ben is a minimum wage earner in an NCR –based Company. The minimum wage rate set by the
government is Php471 per day, this composed of the basic wage worth Php461 and the Cost of Living
Allowance (COLA) worth Php10. Regularly, he works during weekdays (Monday-Friday). With proper
company authorization, he worked on Friday-January 1, 2016. How much is his earning for that day?

Select one:

a. Php942

Mr. John received representation allowance worth Php3,400, Transportation allowance totaling to
Php3,000 and housing allowance worth 300. How much is the total benefits received?

Select one:

c. Php6,700

Grace is a minimum wage earner in Region II. She worked overtime for 2 hours. How much is her
overtime pay in an ordinary working day?

Select one:

c. Php93.75

Which method of presenting data can give you a detailed or comprehensive view on the topic?

Select one:

d. textual method

Mr. Fan is a contractual worker in Region I having a wage rate of Php34 per hour. How much does he
earn in a normal work day?

Select one:

b. Php272

Mr. Go earned a total wage of Php550 after working for 4 hours. How much will he earn if he will work
for 7 hours?

Select one:

b. Php962.50

The company is using the Minimum NSD formula. The auditor conducted an inventory count. In order to
ensure that the inventories are not being moved elsewhere while he is supervising the count he decided
that this activity will be conducted after the normal operating time of the business. He started working
from 10 pm up to 5 am. How much will he receive as nightshift differential if his daily salary rate
exclusive of COLA is Php500?

Select one:
b. Php43.75

This is a process by which the sovereign, through its law-making body, raises revenues to defray the
necessary expenses of the government.

Select one:

d. Taxation

This method of presenting data makes use of columns and rows.

Select one:

b. tabular method

Grace regularly works from Monday to Friday and earns a rate of Php450 in a day. This wage includes
Php440 basic wage and Php10 Cost of Living Allowance (COLA). On Tuesday- November 1, 2016, a
special non-working day, Grace worked overtime for about 2 hours. How much is her overtime pay?

Select one:

c. Php290.13

The Annual Net Taxable Compensation Income of tax payer is worth Php300,000. How much will be the
income tax?

Select one:

b. Php65,000

Ben is a minimum wage earner in an NCR –based Company. The minimum wage rate set by the
government is Php481 per day, this composed of the basic wage worth Php471 and the Cost of Living
Allowance (COLA) worth Php10. Regularly, he works during weekdays (Monday-Friday). The company
needs to finish something at this date so it required John to work on Saturday-December 31, 2016 even
it was declared as a special non-working day. How much is his earning for that day?

Select one:

c. Php706.50

Romyna has a salary of Php25,000. How much is her Pag-IBIG contribution (employee's share)?

Select one:

b. Php100

Mr. Lex is a police officer. He receives Php390 pesos per month as hazard pay. How much is his annual
hazard pay?

Select one:

d. Php4,680
Nikki, a married individual with no child, is a non-minimum wage earner who has a monthly salary of
Php30,000. Her total (employee's share) SSS, PhilHealth, Pag-IBIG and other contributions were
Php1,000. How much is her personal and additional exemption?

Select one:

a. Php50,000

Mr. Dan is an online freelance article writer whose compensation is based on the number of work
completed. He earns Php300 for article composed of 900-1499 words and Php400 for articles composed
of at least 1,500 words. For the Month of December, he wrote fifteen 1000-word articles and ten 1500-
word articles. How much is his compensation?

Select one:

c. Php8,500

Ben is a minimum wage earner in an NCR –based Company. The minimum wage rate set by the
government is Php481 per day, this composed of the basic wage worth Php471 and the Cost of Living
Allowance (COLA) worth Php10. Regularly, he works during weekdays (Monday-Friday). He did not
render his services on Tuesday-November 1, 2016 because it’s All Saints day. How much is his earning
for that day?

Select one:

b. Php 0

Mr. John received Php 2,000 overtime pay, rice allowance worth Php1,000,uniform allowance Php500
and Php1,000 employee achievement award. How much is the total de minimis benefits?

Select one:

d. Php2,500

John is a minimum wage earner in an NCR –based Company. The minimum wage rate set by the
government is Php491 per day, this composed of the basic wage worth Php481 and the Cost of Living
Allowance (COLA) worth Php10. Regularly, he works during weekdays (Monday-Friday). Because there
are things that are needed to be done as soon as possible, the company required John to work on
Sunday -January 1, 2017. How much is his earning for that day?

Select one:

a. Php1,270.60

Romyna has a salary of Php25,000. How much is her PhilHealth contribution (employee's share)?

Select one:

d. Php312.50

Romyna has a salary of Php25,000. How much is her SSS contribution (employee's share)?
Select one:

Nikki, a married individual with no child, is a non-minimum wage earner who has a monthly salary of
Php30,000. Her total (employee's share) SSS, PhilHealth, Pag-IBIG and other contributions were
Php1,000. How much is her personal and additional exemption?

Select one:

a. Php50,000

Mr. Dan is an online freelance article writer whose compensation is based on the number of work
completed. He earns Php300 for article composed of 900-1499 words and Php400 for articles composed
of at least 1,500 words. For the Month of December, he wrote fifteen 1000-word articles and ten 1500-
word articles. How much is his compensation?

Select one:

c. Php8,500

Ben is a minimum wage earner in an NCR –based Company. The minimum wage rate set by the
government is Php481 per day, this composed of the basic wage worth Php471 and the Cost of Living
Allowance (COLA) worth Php10. Regularly, he works during weekdays (Monday-Friday). He did not
render his services on Tuesday-November 1, 2016 because it’s All Saints day. How much is his earning
for that day?

Select one:

b. Php 0

Mr. John received Php 2,000 overtime pay, rice allowance worth Php1,000,uniform allowance Php500
and Php1,000 employee achievement award. How much is the total de minimis benefits?

Select one:

d. Php2,500

John is a minimum wage earner in an NCR –based Company. The minimum wage rate set by the
government is Php491 per day, this composed of the basic wage worth Php481 and the Cost of Living
Allowance (COLA) worth Php10. Regularly, he works during weekdays (Monday-Friday). Because there
are things that are needed to be done as soon as possible, the company required John to work on
Sunday -January 1, 2017. How much is his earning for that day?

Select one:

a. Php1,270.60

Romyna has a salary of Php25,000. How much is her PhilHealth contribution (employee's share)?

Select one:

d. Php312.50
Romyna has a salary of Php25,000. How much is her SSS contribution (employee's share)?

Select one:

c. Php581.30

Where do employers remit the taxes withheld?

Select one:

d. BIR

Which is not included in the group

Select one:

a. Representation Allowance

Mr. Franz is factory worker earning Php65.50 per hour. For the month of November, he was able to
work 8 hours a day for 20 days. How much will he receive as compensation?

Select one:

c. Php10,480

Which is not included in the group

Select one:

c. SSS, GSIS, PHIC & Pag-ibig Contributions

Ben is a minimum wage earner in an NCR –based Company. The minimum wage rate set by the
government is Php471 per day, this composed of the basic wage worth Php461 and the Cost of Living
Allowance (COLA) worth Php10. Regularly, he works during weekdays (Monday-Friday). He did not
render his services on Friday-January 1, 2016 because he enjoyed this da with is family. How much is his
earning for that day?

Select one:

b. Php471

Mr. Han is earning a daily rate of Php500 at NCR. From this statement we can say that

Select one:

d. Mr. Han is not a minimum wage earner

Nikki, a married individual with no child, is a non-minimum wage earner who has a monthly basic pay of
Php30,000. Her total (employee's share) SSS, PhilHealth, Pag-IBIG and other contributions were
Php1,000. How much is her gross taxable compensation income for the month?

Select one:

c. Php29,000
Mr. Gosh is a minimum wage earner in NCR. He earns Php475 per day. How much is his daily basic pay?

Select one:

a. Php465

This Japanese term refers to the spirits that roam the land.
- yokai
Edward VII lead the friendship of major European countries and eventually forming the group called,
"
- entente cordiale
The positive and personal force in the universe, according to Confucius is Heaven or
- t'ien
The story about the grief of a woman who lost her child and eventually where the line, "the living are
few, but the dead are many" became popular.
-Kisa Gotami
The Veda for rituals of sacrifice.
-Yajur Veda
The characteristic of existence which refers to selflessness.
-Anatta
Shinto became the main religion in Japan during the ____period.
-meiji
This term is used to refer to works that depict supernatural forces working because of a logical
reason.
- Magic Realism
This term refers more to art/literature that defies logic with the supernatural.
-Magic Realism
These are charms and wards or scriptures that is said to bring the bearer good luck or protection.
-Ofuda
This book advocates the discernment of a basic norm of human action which, if put into effect, will
bring life into harmony with the process of the universe.
-Chung Yung
This consists of three books on the Rites of Propriety
- Li Ching
Which of the following is not one of the unwholesome mental states that impede profress towards
enlightenment.
-lying
Rakshasas are most commonly called
-maneaters
Indian belief dictates that salvation is not achieved by action but by knowledge or realization.
-True
This is the innate nature of existence according to Buddhism.
-dukkha
Which of these refers to the collection of 300 poems and songs from the early Chou Dynasty?
-shih ching
Which of the following is not a characteristic of Modernism in American literature?
a clear distinction between genres
The main principle of Confucianism is ____which means humaneness or benevolence.
- ren
This refers to a set of philosophical, political and ethical ideas which provide the basis for the
aesthetic aspect of modernism.
- Modernity
The___River is one of the longest rivers in Asia extending to 3,180 kilometers.
-Indus
A Japanese word which means protection.
-Mamori
The people who have been subjected to bad karma cannot find their way to Nirvana.
-False
Indian Literature is often described as illogical.
-true
This art favors reflexivity, self-consciousness, fragmentation and discontinuity.
-Modern
Gautama Buddha is known to be _________ and will remain in this position until he has found the
truth.
-seated under the pipal tree
Which of the following paths is not included in the samadhi or meditation?
-Right Thought
The____religion believes that we planned our lives with God.
- Youruba
The Sun Goddess that is considered the most important God in Shinto.
-Amaterasu
The Indian's way of living's characteristics include the following except:
-Happiness
the___group are composed of writers, painters and artists that aim to revive the Uli art of the Igbo
tribe.
-Nsukka
A book of Mencius' conversations with kings of the time.
- Meng Tzu
The one who wrote Totem, a poem that encourages common racial identity for black Africans.
-Leopold Sedar Senghor
This depicts the tragedy of something broken.
-Modernism
Adolf Hitler, head of the Nazis used the ____or lightning war in conquering Poland.
- blitzkrieg
Confucianism is characterized by a highly _____ view of human nature.
- optimistic
Adolf Hitler, head of the Nazis used the ____ in conquering Poland.
A: lightning war
The term that refers to the goal of liberation.
-Moksha
The Chinese accept that change is inevitable.
-False
The Spanish conquistador who defeated the Aztecs in 1521.
- Herman Cortes
There is no devil in Indian literature.
-true
The Indians have ____ identities of the god
-300
The literary and ideological philosophy developed by French-speaking African intellectuals.
- negritude
The Indians believe that knowing and believing are nearly the same.
-false
I Ching or the Classic of Changes is a collection of texts on divination based on a set of ____
hexagrams that reflect the relationship between Yin and Yang in nature and society.
- 64
In 1948, immigrants arrived in Britain. Their nationalities varied and they are the following except:
- australians
The Spanish literary movement which is characterized by its use of sensuous imagery to express
distinctive spiritual values, as well as metaphors.
- modernismo
What is the existing goal of the Ramayana?
-dharma
A way to achieve God which depends on how you act.
-bakhti
The level of caste system which refers to the soldiers.
-Vaisya
The _____ movement initiated the emerging of daring and confrontational themes.
- Vanguardia
The one who wrote Totem, a poem that encourages common racial identity for black Africans.
-Leopold Sedar Senghor
The Sun Goddess that is considered the most important God in Shinto.
– Amaterasu
These are charms and wards or scriptures that is said to bring the bearer good luck or protection.
- Ofuda
Gautama Buddha is known to be _________ and will remain in this position until he has found the
truth.
- seated under the pipal tree
Which of the following paths is not included in the samadhi or meditation?
- Right Thought
The one who proposed equality in the West Africa. -Blaise Daigne
The story about the grief of a woman who lost her child and eventually where the line, "the living are
few, but the dead are many" became popular.
- Kisa gotami( sabi nila yan daw )
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The term that refers to the goal of liberation


.-Moksha
This consists of three books on the Rites of Propriety. -
-Li Ching
A way to achieve God which depends on how you act. -
-Bakhti
This is the innate nature of existence according to Buddhism.
-Dukkha
A Japanese word which means protection.
-Mamori
The Veda for rituals of sacrifice.
-Yajur Veda
The characteristic of existence which refers to selflessness. .
-anatta
In 1948, immigrants arrived in Britain. Their nationalities varied and they are the following except:
-Australians
The movement initiated the emerging of daring and confrontational themes.
- vanguardia
Indian Literature is often described as illogical. a. True
The literary and ideological philosophy developed by French-speaking African intellectuals.
-Negritude
The positive and personal force in the universe, according to Confucius is Heaven or
T’ien
The positive and personal force in the universe, according to Confucius is ___.
A: T’ien

I Ching or the Classic of Changes is a collection of texts on divination based on a set of hexagrams
that reflect the relationship between Yin and Yang in nature and society.
- 64

This depicts the tragedy of something broken. Modernism


he Spanish conquistador who defeated the Aztecs in 1521.
Herman Cortes
This book advocates the discernment of a basic norm of human action which, if put into effect, will
bring life into harmony with the process of the universe.
Chung Yung
The main principle of Confucianism is Answer which means humaneness or benevolence.
ren
The Spanish literary movement which is characterized by its use of sensuous imagery to express
distinctive spiritual values, as well as metaphors.
Modernismo
This is a collection of fables given to kings and princes that will teach them all there is to know about
values, leadership and governance. Panchatantra
Which of these refers to the collection of 300 poems and songs from the early Chou Dynasty? Shih
Ching
The level of caste system which refers to the soldiers.
Vaisya
What is the existing goal of the Ramayana? Dharma
The Indians believe that knowing and believing are nearly the same. .
False
Which of the following is not a characteristic of Modernism in American literature?
a clear distinction between genres
A book of Mencius' conversations with kings of the time.
Meng Tzu
This term is used to refer to works that depict supernatural forces working because of a logical
reason.
Magic realism
Japanese term referring to nature. Kigo
akshasas are most commonly called
Maneaters
Shinto became the main religion in Japan during the meiji period
This term refers more to art/literature that defies logic with the supernatural
surealism
Confucianism is characterized by a highly Answer optimistic
This art favors reflexivity, self-consciousness, fragmentation and discontinuity.
postmodern
Adolf Hitler, head of the Nazis used the
Blitzkrieg
Which of the following is not one of the unwholesome mental states that impede profress towards
enlightenment?
Lying
group are composed of writers, painters and artists that aim to revive the Uli art of the Igbo tribe.
Nsukka
Religion believes that we planned our lives with God. Youruba
Indian belief dictates that salvation is not achieved by action but by knowledge or realization.
True
The Indian's way of living's characteristics include the following except:
happiness
This refers to a set of philosophical, political and ethical ideas which provide the basis for the
aesthetic aspect of modernism.
Modernity
There is no devil in Indian literature.
True
Edward VII lead the friendship of major European countries and eventually forming the group called,
" entente cordiale
River is one of the longest rivers in Asia extending to 3,180 kilometers.
Indus
The Indians have Answer identities of the god.
300.
You can't look at things in only one way.
You should look from both angles.
~Takahashi sensei

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L.A 8 ENGL-121 (21st century lit.)
Knowing and believing can be quite similar.
Select one:
- False
A way to achieve God by what you know.
Answer:
-Jnana
The total length of the Indus River is _____ kilometers.
Answer
-3,180
The first Indian poet who wrote the epic, Ramayana.
Answer:
Maharishi Valmiki
Evident in the Indian culture is a class structure determined by birth. It is also known as the
Answer
Caste system
Families build ____ where kamis live.
Ans: shrines
Which of the following is not one of the Confucian Thoughts from the Analects?
Ans: "The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step."
This term refers to Japanese festivals to celebrate and honor shrines.
Ans: matsuri
The first Indian poet who wrote the epic, Ramayana.
Ans: Maharishi Valmiki
The term ____ refers to loyalty to one's true nature.
Ans: zhong
The Chinese do not like change.
Ans: True
A way to achieve God by how you act.
Ans: Bakhti
Omamori comes from the word mamori, which means, ___.
Ans: protection
One of the classics of Confucianism that is a collection of 300 poems and songs from the early Chou
Dynasty.
Ans: Shih Ching
The name of the tree on which Gautama vowed never to arise until he found the truth.
Ans: Pipal

Sq. 8 ENGL-121 (21st century lit.)


In Indian Literature, the devil does not exist. Instead, God does something bad to a person to teach
them a lesson.
Select one:
-True
The Indian goddess of dance
Answer:
-Shivast
A way to achieve God through direct action.
Answer:
-Karma
A demonic being from Hindu mythology.
Answer:
-Rakshasa
Being a Hindu is said to be a sign of being ____
Answer
-glorious
The goal of Hindu Life which refers to physical pleasure.
Answer:
-Kama
The female Rakshasa in human form takes the name
Answer:
-Manushya-Rakshasi
A way to achieve God by how you act.
Answer:
-Bakhti
_____refers to the red mark on the forehead of the Indians and is said to be a sign of God.
-kunkuni
The _____ is a major south-flowing river in South Asia.
Answer
-Indus River

L.A 9 ENGL-121 (21st century lit.)


Which of the following is not one of the three levels in which the Japanese are shaped?
Select one:
-Standard of living
During the ____ period, Shintoism became the main religion in Japan.
Answer
-Meiji
The term ____refers to spirits that roam the land and are also known as the Shinto gods.
Answer
-Kami
The demonic creatures represented as ogres and trolls roaming the earth.
Answer:
-Oni
Question 5
Some prominent rocks are worshipped as Kami.
Select one:
-True
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Sq. 9 ENGL-121 (21st century lit.)


The Japanese do not possess guilt.
Select one:
-True
?? (Romaji: yuuki) means love.
Select one:
-False
Shinto believes that the reason for human's attachment to nature is because they become kami after
they die.
Select one:
-True
Shinto believes that humans are fundamentally good and evil deeds are caused by evil spirits.
Select one:
-True
The sun goddess, ____is considered as the most important God.
Answer
-Amaterasu
To the Japanese, a person's poor quality/badness is relative because of the existence of goodness.
Select one:
- False
Omamori comes from the word mamori, which means, _____
Answer
-protection
Time refers to _____while moment means "for the time being."
Answer
-clear-cut situation
Families build _____where kamis live.
Answer
-shrines
These are charms, wards or scriptures that are said to bring the bearer good luck or protection.
Answer:
-ofudasss

L.A 10 ENGL-121 (21st century lit.)


Heaven or ____is a positive and personal force in the universe for Confucius.
Answer
-T'ien
Which of the following is incorrect?
Select one:
- Sorrow is one of the unwholesome mental states impeding progress towards enlightenment.
Confucianism, like the Catholics, have specific rituals or practices for their religion.
Select one:
- False
The name of the tree on which Gautama vowed never to arise until he found the truth.
Answer:
-pipal
Which of the following is not one of the Confucian Thoughts from the Analects?
Select one:
-"The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step."
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Sq. 10 ENGL-121 (21st century lit.)


Chinese Literature serves to portray only a fraction of reality.
Select one:
- False
One of the classics of Confucianism that is a collection of 300 poems and songs from the early Chou
Dynasty.
Select one:
- Shih Ching
The Chinese do not like change.
Select one:
-True
The main principle of Confucianism is , which means "humaneness" or "benevolence."
Answer
-ren
_____ is a religion that encompasses a variety of traditions, beliefs, and spiritual practices largely based
on teachings attributed to Buddha.
-Buddhism
To Buddhists, ____or suffering is the innate nature of existence.
Answer
-dukkha
Which of the following is not a book of Confucianism?
Select one:
- Li Ching
The term ____refers to loyalty to one's true nature.
Answer
-zhong
Complete the quote: Not to discuss with a man worthy of conversation is to waste the man. To discuss
with a man not worthy of conversation is to ____."
Answer
-waste words
Chinese expressed things by _____ than analysis.
Answer
-individualization

L.Q 3 ENGL-121 (21st century lit.)


One of the goals of Hindu life that refers to materialistic pleasure/wealth.
Select one:
- Artha
_____is said to be relative in the Japanese customs.
Answer
-Truth
This is the term that refers to the end of reincarnation.
Select one:
- Moksha
Which of the following is not a way of Japanese living?
Select one:
-importance of time
The Japanese term which refers to nature itself.
Answer:
-Kigo
? (read as chikara) is a kanji (Chinese character) that means wealth.
Select one:
- False
A group in the caste system composed of slaves.
Select one:
-Sudra
_____is a collection of fables given to kings and princes, which purpose is to teach them values,
leadership and governance.
Answer
-Panchatantra
Which of the following is not a characteristic of the Indian's way of living?
Select one:
- Peace
The protagonist in Ramayana whose wife is abducted by the demonking of Lanka, Ravana.
Select one:
- Rama
The Japanese believe in balance in perspective and beauty.
Select one:
- True
Which of the following statements is incorrect?
Select one:
-The Indian's way of living is one of individualism
This refers to a class of supernatural monsters, spirits, and demons in Japanese folklore.
Answer:
-Yokai
What is the difference between joy and happiness?
Select one:
-joy is natural while happiness is acquired
Those who do not agree that life is impermanent, is said to be in the state of "_____" or illusion.
Answer
-Maya
The ____ Veda is a book of spells.
Select one:
- Atharva
______is the shrine maiden or the caretaker that is usually a daughter of the priest.
Answer
-Miko
??? means to protect. It is said to provide various forms of luck or protection.
Answer:
-Omamori
Matsuri is a Japanese ____celebrating and honoring shrines.
Answer
-festival
Omamori are charms, wards or scriptures said to bring the bearer good luck or protection, depending on
what is written on them.
Select one:
- False
A characteristic of existence in Buddhism which refers to selflessness.
Select one:
- anatta
Siddhartha Gautama was born and eventually grew up in India.
Select one:
- False
A book of Confucianism that talks about "Great Learning."
Select one:
-Ta Hsueh

Sq. 11 ENGL-121 (21st century lit.)


Adolf Hitler's conquering strategy called ______ or Lightning War.
-Blitzkrieg
After the first World War, the clothing of people became simplistic.
Select one:
- False
A law designed to protect woman's rights during that time.
Select one:
-Equal Pay Act of 1970
The age of technology brought about the following except:
Select one:
-storage drives
People of the time read war poems that are based on the horrors of the aftermath of the World War.
Select one:
- True
Who was the youngest Prime Minister of Britain for almost 200 years?
Select one:
-Tony Blair
The first woman Prime Minister and was elected three consecutive times.
Select one:
- Margaret Thatcher
The first woman member in the House of Commons.
Answer:
-Lady Astor
All women over eighteen were granted the right to vote.
Select one:
-False
This type of newspaper was developed in 1962 as a supplement to the Sunday newspaper.
Answer:
-Tabloid

L.A 11 ENGL-121 (21st century lit.)


The common themes of British literature often stray from modernism and stream of consciousness.
Select one:
-False
What marked the end of World War I?
Select one:
-Germany signed the Treaty of Versailles
King Edward VII took the invasion of Belgium by Germans as a threat.
Select one:
- False
Which of the following is not one of the independent countries which the British Empire has dissolved
into?
Select one:
-Nepal
During the World War II, when was London destroyed causing the death of approximately 60,000
civilians?
Select one:
-1941

Sq. 12 ENGL-121 (21st century lit.)


Postmodernism emphasizes pastiche. Which of the following is the closest meaning of the word
"pastiche"?
Select one:
- an artistic work in a style that imitates that of another work, artist or period
Identify the aspect of modernism described:
Choosing materials used to produce art and in methods of displaying, distributing and consuming art.
Select one:
- a rejection fo the distinction between "high" and "low" or popular culture
The European Enlightenment began on mid-eighteenth century.
Select one:
-True
In Modern America, this country is the first to become an independent nation in West Indies.
Select one:
-Haiti
Christopher Columbus discovered America in 1492.
Select one:
-False
This term generally refers to the broad aesthetic movements of the 20th Century.
Answer:
-Modernism
The _____ was implemented and Canada was then separated from the British parliament.
Answer
-Canada Act of 1982
Identify the aspect of modernism described:
Discontinuous narratives and random-seeming collages of different materials.
Select one:
-an emphasis on fragmented forms
The following are countries that proclaimed independence from Spain except for:
Select one:
- Texas
Aztecs found Tenochtitlan in 1325 to 1350 A.D. Today, Tenochtitlan is known as:
Select one:
-Mexico
L.A 12 ENGL-121 (21st century lit.)
Postmodern art favors discontinuity in narrative structure.
Select one:
-True
This refers to a set of philosophical, political, and ethical ideas which provide the basis for the aesthetic
aspect of modernism.
Answer:
-Modernity
Identify the aspect of modernism described:
The rise of spontaneity and discovery in creation.
Select one:
-a rejection of elaborate formal aesthetics in favor of minimalist designs
The common ground in the themes of postmodernism and modernism.
Select one:
-result of war and invasions
Which of the following terms related to postmodernism means "construction or creation from a diverse
range of available things"?
Select one:
-. bricolage

L.A 13 ENGL-121 (21st century lit.)


______is a means of reuniting conscious and unconscious realms of experience so completely that the
world of dream and fantasy combines.
-Surrealism
Identify what the following statement describes:
Explores aspects that are associated with imagination, attempting to express the inner life of humans.
Select one:
- Surrealism
This artist's artworks feature racism and discrimination. One such example is the image below:
Select one:
-Oswaldo Guayasamin
Identify what the following statement describes:
Treats unreal events as matter-of-fact.
Select one:
-Magic Realism
Identify what the following statement describes:
Portrays non-realistic subjects, often a product of hallucinations.
Select one:
-Fantasy

Sq. 13 ENGL-121 (21st century lit.)


Identify what the following statement describes:
Depicts everyday subjects and situations in contemporary settings.
Select one:
-Realism
Identify what the following statement describes:
Explores the social and political ills in the 20th Century.
Select one:
-Magic Realism
Identify what the following statement describes:
The art/literature has a realistic setting.
Select one:
-Magic Realism and Realism
A movement where Brazilians explored their myths and folklore.
Select one:
- Modernismo
Identify what the following statement describes:
A fantasy plot that is accepted by the characters.
Select one:
- Magic Realism and Fantasy
The English title of Gabriel Garcia Marquez' novel which became the epicenter of novels in this period.
Answer:
One Hundred Years of Solitude
Identify what the following statement describes:
The purpose of this is an approach to find methods of uniting the conscious and subconscious realms of
experience.
Select one:
-Surrealism
The Spanish and Portuguese in South America had two goals. What are these?
Select one:
-increase wealth and convert the natives to Christians
A popularly acclaimed artist whose artworks result in powerful paradoxes, often provoking unsettling
thoughts.
Select one:
-Rene Magritte
Identify what the following statement describes:
The objective is to bring a fresh image of our everyday world.
Select one:
- Magic Realism

______deptics an ideal society"


answer: utopia

4th quarter exam ENGL-121 (21st century lit.)


c-Eliezer Bernardo
Noted: 49/50 lang po it's up to you!
The one who wrote Totem, a poem that encourages common racial identity for black Africans.
-Leopold Sedar Senghor
The Sun Goddess that is considered the most important God in Shinto.
– Amaterasu
These are charms and wards or scriptures that is said to bring the bearer good luck or protection.
- Ofuda
Gautama Buddha is known to be _________ and will remain in this position until he has found the truth.
- seated under the pipal tree
Which of the following paths is not included in the samadhi or meditation?
- Right Thought
The one who proposed equality in the West Africa. -Blaise Daigne
The story about the grief of a woman who lost her child and eventually where the line, "the living are
few, but the dead are many" became popular.
- Kisa gotami( sabi nila yan daw????)
The term that refers to the goal of liberation
.-Moksha
This consists of three books on the Rites of Propriety. -
-Li Ching
A way to achieve God which depends on how you act. -
-Bakhti
This is the innate nature of existence according to Buddhism.
-Dukkha
A Japanese word which means protection.
-Mamori
The Veda for rituals of sacrifice.
-Yajur Veda
The characteristic of existence which refers to selflessness. .
-anatta
In 1948, immigrants arrived in Britain. Their nationalities varied and they are the following except:
-Australians
The movement initiated the emerging of daring and confrontational themes.
- vanguardia
Indian Literature is often described as illogical. a. True
The literary and ideological philosophy developed by French-speaking African intellectuals.
-Negritude
The positive and personal force in the universe, according to Confucius is Heaven or
-T’ien
I Ching or the Classic of Changes is a collection of texts on divination based on a set of hexagrams that
reflect the relationship between Yin and Yang in nature and society.
- 64
This depicts the tragedy of something broken. Modernism
he Spanish conquistador who defeated the Aztecs in 1521.
-Herman Cortes
This book advocates the discernment of a basic norm of human action which, if put into effect, will bring
life into harmony with the process of the universe.
-Chung Yung
The main principle of Confucianism is Answer which means humaneness or benevolence.
-ren
The Spanish literary movement which is characterized by its use of sensuous imagery to express
distinctive spiritual values, as well as metaphors.
-Modernismo
This is a collection of fables given to kings and princes that will teach them all there is to know about
values, leadership and governance.
-Panchatantra
Which of these refers to the collection of 300 poems and songs from the early Chou Dynasty?
-Shih Ching
The level of caste system which refers to the soldiers.
-Vaisya
What is the existing goal of the Ramayana? Dharma
The Indians believe that knowing and believing are nearly the same. .
-False
Which of the following is not a characteristic of Modernism in American literature?
-a clear distinction between genres
A book of Mencius' conversations with kings of the time.
-Meng Tzu
This term is used to refer to works that depict supernatural forces working because of a logical reason.
-Magic realism
Japanese term referring to nature.
-Kigo
akshasas are most commonly called
-Maneaters
Shinto became the main religion in Japan during the meiji period
This term refers more to art/literature that defies logic with the
supernatural
-surealism
Confucianism is characterized by a highly Answer
-optimistic
This art favors reflexivity, self-consciousness, fragmentation and discontinuity.
-postmodern
Adolf Hitler, head of the Nazis used the
-Blitzkrieg
Which of the following is not one of the unwholesome mental states that impede profress towards
enlightenment?
-Lying
g
roup are composed of writers, painters and artists that aim to revive the Uli art of the Igbo tribe.
-Nsukka
Religion believes that we planned our lives with God. Youruba
Indian belief dictates that salvation is not achieved by action but by knowledge or realization.
-True
The Indian's way of living's characteristics include the following except:
-happiness
This refers to a set of philosophical, political and ethical ideas which provide the basis for the aesthetic
aspect of modernism.
-Modernity
There is no devil in Indian literature.
-True
Edward VII lead the friendship of major European countries and eventually forming the group called, "
-entente cordiale
River is one of the longest rivers in Asia extending to 3,180 kilometers.
-Indus
The Indians have Answer identities of the god.
-300.
You can't look at things in only one way.
You should look from both angles.
~Takahashi sensei
The term that refers to the goal of liberation.
-Moksha
The Chinese accept that change is inevitable.
-true
The_______ group are composed of writers, painters and artist that aim to receive the Uli art of the lgbo
tribe
-Nsukka
The positive and personal force in the universe, according to Confucius is Heaven or __________
-T'ien
This Japanese term refers to the spirits that roam the land.
-yoaki

This Japanese term refers to the spirits that roam the land.
- yokai
Edward VII lead the friendship of major European countries and eventually forming the group called,
"
- entente cordiale
The positive and personal force in the universe, according to Confucius is Heaven or
- t'ien
The story about the grief of a woman who lost her child and eventually where the line, "the living are
few, but the dead are many" became popular.
-Kisa Gotami
The Veda for rituals of sacrifice.
-Yajur Veda
The characteristic of existence which refers to selflessness.
-Anatta
Shinto became the main religion in Japan during the ____period.
-meiji
This term is used to refer to works that depict supernatural forces working because of a logical
reason.
- Magic Realism
This term refers more to art/literature that defies logic with the supernatural.
-Magic Realism
These are charms and wards or scriptures that is said to bring the bearer good luck or protection.
-Ofuda
This book advocates the discernment of a basic norm of human action which, if put into effect, will
bring life into harmony with the process of the universe.
-Chung Yung
This consists of three books on the Rites of Propriety
- Li Ching
Which of the following is not one of the unwholesome mental states that impede profress towards
enlightenment.
-lying
Rakshasas are most commonly called
-maneaters
Indian belief dictates that salvation is not achieved by action but by knowledge or realization.
-True
This is the innate nature of existence according to Buddhism.
-dukkha
Which of these refers to the collection of 300 poems and songs from the early Chou Dynasty?
-shih ching
Which of the following is not a characteristic of Modernism in American literature?
- an emphasis on fragmented forms
The main principle of Confucianism is ____which means humaneness or benevolence.
- ren
This refers to a set of philosophical, political and ethical ideas which provide the basis for the
aesthetic aspect of modernism.
- Modernity
The___River is one of the longest rivers in Asia extending to 3,180 kilometers.
-Indus
A Japanese word which means protection.
-Mamori
The people who have been subjected to bad karma cannot find their way to Nirvana.
-False
Indian Literature is often described as illogical.
-true
This art favors reflexivity, self-consciousness, fragmentation and discontinuity.
-Modern
Gautama Buddha is known to be _________ and will remain in this position until he has found the
truth.
-seated under the pipal tree
Which of the following paths is not included in the samadhi or meditation?
-Right Thought
The____religion believes that we planned our lives with God.
- Youruba
The Sun Goddess that is considered the most important God in Shinto.
-Amaterasu
The Indian's way of living's characteristics include the following except:
-Happiness
the___group are composed of writers, painters and artists that aim to revive the Uli art of the Igbo
tribe.
-Nsukka
A book of Mencius' conversations with kings of the time.
- Meng Tzu
The one who wrote Totem, a poem that encourages common racial identity for black Africans.
-Leopold Sedar Senghor
This depicts the tragedy of something broken.
-Modernism
Adolf Hitler, head of the Nazis used the ____or lightning war in conquering Poland.
- blitzkrieg
Confucianism is characterized by a highly _____ view of human nature.
- optimistic
The term that refers to the goal of liberation.
-Moksha
The Chinese accept that change is inevitable.
-False
The Spanish conquistador who defeated the Aztecs in 1521.
- Herman Cortes
There is no devil in Indian literature.
-true
The Indians have ____ identities of the god
-300
The literary and ideological philosophy developed by French-speaking African intellectuals.
- negritude
The Indians believe that knowing and believing are nearly the same.
-false
I Ching or the Classic of Changes is a collection of texts on divination based on a set of ____
hexagrams that reflect the relationship between Yin and Yang in nature and society.
- 64
In 1948, immigrants arrived in Britain. Their nationalities varied and they are the following except:
- australians
The Spanish literary movement which is characterized by its use of sensuous imagery to express
distinctive spiritual values, as well as metaphors.
- avant-garde
What is the existing goal of the Ramayana?
-dharma
A way to achieve God which depends on how you act.
-bakhti
The level of caste system which refers to the soldiers.
-Vaisya
The _____ movement initiated the emerging of daring and confrontational themes.
- Vanguardia
The one who wrote Totem, a poem that encourages common racial identity for black Africans.
-Leopold Sedar Senghor
The Sun Goddess that is considered the most important God in Shinto.
– Amaterasu
These are charms and wards or scriptures that is said to bring the bearer good luck or protection.
- Ofuda
Gautama Buddha is known to be _________ and will remain in this position until he has found the
truth.
- seated under the pipal tree
Which of the following paths is not included in the samadhi or meditation?
- Right Thought
The one who proposed equality in the West Africa. -Blaise Daigne
The story about the grief of a woman who lost her child and eventually where the line, "the living are
few, but the dead are many" became popular.
- Kisa gotami( sabi nila yan daw )
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The term that refers to the goal of liberation


.-Moksha
This consists of three books on the Rites of Propriety. -
-Li Ching
A way to achieve God which depends on how you act. -
-Bakhti
This is the innate nature of existence according to Buddhism.
-Dukkha
A Japanese word which means protection.
-Mamori
The Veda for rituals of sacrifice.
-Yajur Veda
The characteristic of existence which refers to selflessness. .
-anatta
In 1948, immigrants arrived in Britain. Their nationalities varied and they are the following except:
-Australians
The movement initiated the emerging of daring and confrontational themes.
- vanguardia
Indian Literature is often described as illogical. a. True
The literary and ideological philosophy developed by French-speaking African intellectuals.
-Negritude
The positive and personal force in the universe, according to Confucius is Heaven or
T’ien
I Ching or the Classic of Changes is a collection of texts on divination based on a set of hexagrams
that reflect the relationship between Yin and Yang in nature and society.
- 64
This depicts the tragedy of something broken. Modernism
he Spanish conquistador who defeated the Aztecs in 1521.
Herman Cortes
This book advocates the discernment of a basic norm of human action which, if put into effect, will
bring life into harmony with the process of the universe.
Chung Yung
The main principle of Confucianism is Answer which means humaneness or benevolence.
ren
The Spanish literary movement which is characterized by its use of sensuous imagery to express
distinctive spiritual values, as well as metaphors.
Modernismo
This is a collection of fables given to kings and princes that will teach them all there is to know about
values, leadership and governance. Panchatantra
Which of these refers to the collection of 300 poems and songs from the early Chou Dynasty? Shih
Ching
The level of caste system which refers to the soldiers.
Vaisya
What is the existing goal of the Ramayana? Dharma
The Indians believe that knowing and believing are nearly the same. .
False
Which of the following is not a characteristic of Modernism in American literature?
a clear distinction between genres
A book of Mencius' conversations with kings of the time.
Meng Tzu
This term is used to refer to works that depict supernatural forces working because of a logical
reason.
Magic realism
Japanese term referring to nature. Kigo
akshasas are most commonly called
Maneaters
Shinto became the main religion in Japan during the meiji period
This term refers more to art/literature that defies logic with the supernatural
surealism
Confucianism is characterized by a highly Answer optimistic
This art favors reflexivity, self-consciousness, fragmentation and discontinuity.
postmodern
Adolf Hitler, head of the Nazis used the
Blitzkrieg
Which of the following is not one of the unwholesome mental states that impede profress towards
enlightenment?
Lying
group are composed of writers, painters and artists that aim to revive the Uli art of the Igbo tribe.
Nsukka
Religion believes that we planned our lives with God. Youruba
Indian belief dictates that salvation is not achieved by action but by knowledge or realization.
True
The Indian's way of living's characteristics include the following except:
happiness
This refers to a set of philosophical, political and ethical ideas which provide the basis for the
aesthetic aspect of modernism.
Modernity
There is no devil in Indian literature.
True
Edward VII lead the friendship of major European countries and eventually forming the group called,
" entente cordiale
River is one of the longest rivers in Asia extending to 3,180 kilometers.
Indus
The Indians have Answer identities of the god.
300.
You can't look at things in only one way.
You should look from both angles.
~Takahashi sensei
This depicts the aftermath of wars.
A: Both choices are correct

The freedom of Latin America opened for export and import of goods.
A: true

The Southern part of West Africa are mostly


A: Christians

This was a means of combining both worlds of dream and fantasy.


A: Surrealism

Who declared war against the Germans during World War I?


A: King George V

There is a line drawn between the rich and the poor in dystopian literature.
A: true

Choose what type of control exists in the following dystopian novel, based on its synopsis:
The Circle by Dave Eggers: "When Mae Holland is hired to work for the Circle, the world’s most
powerful internet company, she feels she’s been given the opportunity of a lifetime. The Circle, run
out of a sprawling California campus, links users’ personal emails, social media, banking, and
purchasing with their universal operating system, resulting in one online identity and a new age of
civility and transparency. As Mae tours the open-plan office spaces, the towering glass dining
facilities, the cozy dorms for those who spend nights at work, she is thrilled with the company’s
modernity and activity. There are parties that last through the night, there are famous musicians
playing on the lawn, there are athletic activities and clubs and brunches, and even an aquarium of
rare fish retrieved from the Marianas Trench by the CEO. Mae can’t believe her luck, her great
fortune to work for the most influential company in America--even as life beyond the campus grows
distant, even as a strange encounter with a colleague leaves her shaken, even as her role at the
Circle becomes increasingly public. What begins as the captivating story of one woman’s ambition
and idealism soon becomes a heart-racing novel of suspense, raising questions about memory,
history, privacy, democracy, and the limits of human knowledge."
A: Technological Control

Dystopian literature is generally objective.


A: false

Divergent by Veronica Roth: "In Beatrice Prior's dystopian Chicago world, society is divided into five
factions, each dedicated to the cultivation of a particular virtue—Candor (the honest), Abnegation
(the selfless), Dauntless (the brave), Amity (the peaceful), and Erudite (the intelligent). On an
appointed day of every year, all sixteen-year-olds must select the faction to which they will devote
the rest of their lives. For Beatrice, the decision is between staying with her family and being who
she really is—she can't have both. So she makes a choice that surprises everyone, including
herself."
A: Bureaucratic Control

This term refers to Japanese festivals to celebrate and honor shrines.


A: matsuri
This is the term that depicts an ideal society.
A: Utopia

The West Africa-Nsukka Group aims to revive the ___ art of the Igbo tribe.
A: uli

This began in the middle of the 18th century and is associated with modern era.
A: European Enlightenment

Which of the following is not a theme of British literature?


A: postmodernism

This expresses the inner life and psychology of humans.


A: surrealism

Which of the following statements is incorrect?


A: Dystopia's conflict mostly revolves around the beliefs held by the people in the society

The English term of the movement of literature which promotes surrealism.


A: avant-grande

The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins: "The nation of Panem, formed from a post-
apocalyptic North America, is a country that consists of a wealthy Capitol region surrounded by 12
poorer districts. Early in its history, a rebellion led by a 13th district against the Capitol resulted in its
destruction and the creation of an annual televised event known as the Hunger Games. In
punishment, and as a reminder of the power and grace of the Capitol, each district must yield one
boy and one girl between the ages of 12 and 18 through a lottery system to participate in the games.
The 'tributes' are chosen during the annual Reaping and are forced to fight to the death, leaving only
one survivor to claim victory."
A: Bureaucratic Control

This holds the ruling power during the American Revolution.


A: elite

Queen Victoria died after only ten years of being a queen.


A: false

One of the themes reflected in postmodernism which means the construction or creation from a
diverse range of available things.
A: bricolage

Created By Kuya Piolo


Which of the following is not a symptom of weight loss?
A: lack of sufficient sleep

You must net at or below your BMR in terms of caloric intake.


A: FALSE

True or False: A 35000 calorie excess or deficit for a person meeting his assumptions, would lead to
the gain or loss, respectively of one pound of body weight.
A: false

makes up lean muscle mass.


A: Protein

The term referring to the activity level use of little or no exercise.


A: sedentary

One of the simplest aerobic exercises in which your intensity varies to match your fitness level.
A: Walking

True or False: Rare latency periods vary from three days to two weeks after ingestion.
A: false

Bone loss increases as part of the natural ageing process.


A: true

Total energy expenditure is computed by adding 100% of the calories for activity
A: strenuous

diets are also referred to as balanced percentage diets.


A: low-calorie

Aerobic exercises starts with


A: BREATHING

years occur from age 5 to 18.


A: bone building

The American College of Sports Medicine recommends a minimum daily calorie intake of 1,200 for
men.
A: FALSE

Unintentional weight loss occuring because of an inadequately nutritious diet relative to a person's
energy needs.
A: malnutrition

True or False: Weight gain is associated with excessive consumption of fats, sugars and refined
carbohydrates.
A: true
The cause of this disease-related malnutrition is poor appetite.
A: impaired intake

are microscopic sacs where oxygen enters into the blood.


A: ALVEOLI

True or False: Adults of all ages are advised to spare at least 75 minutes of rigorous exercise every
week.
A: TRUE

The disease-related malnutrition which is caused by changes to metabolic demands caused by


illness, surgery and organ dysfunction.
A: altered requirements

True or False: Depression is also a contributing factor to increase in weight.


A: True

True or False: Children are advised to take at least one hour of physical activity a day.
A: true

The other term for fat.


A: adipose tissue

True or False: Intentional weight loss is the loss of total body mass as a result of efforts to improve
fitness and health or to change appearance through slimming.
A: True

The heart has the ability to decrease in size, slow and eventually fail.
A: true

BMR increases as you age.


A: false

Aerobic exercises become anaerobic exercises if performed at a level of intensity that is lower.
A: false

state means that the digestive system is inactive which requires twelve hours of fasting.
A: post-absorptive

Lean muscle tissue requires more calories than other tissues.


A: true

The amount of oxygen the muscles extract, or consume from the blood.
A: oxygen consumption

True or False: All medications can potentially cause weight gain or loss.
A: FALSE

facilitates fermentation of indigestible carbohydrates to short-chain fatty acids, SCFAs, contributing


to weight gain.
A: MICROBIOTA

A type of aerobic exercise that is a good choice for people who are greater than 50 pounds
overweight as it helps the heart without the mechanical stress on some parts of the body.
A: Cycling

A volume of blood sent with every beat of the heart.


A: stroke volume

BMR decreases with the loss of lean body mass.


A: true

This is calculated from age, gender, weight, height and the activity factor.
A: total energy expenditure

The oxygen is filtered through small branches of tubes called


A: bronchioles

The amount of energy expended while at rest in a neutrally temperate environment, in the post-
absorptive state.
A: basal metabolic rate

Hard exercise/sports for 6 to 7 days a week is a


A: very active

BMR increases if there is an increase in muscle mass.


A: true

Skipping meals to lose weight improves your BMR.


A: false

True or False: Social networks contribute to weight gain.


A: True

True or False: Our muscles use fat and carbohydrates to function.


A: true

The average woman weighed ___ pounds in 1994.


A: 147

An average healthy adult inhales and exhales 7 to 8 liters of air per hour
A: true

True or False: Depression is also a contributing factor to increase in weight.


A: true

Which of the following is not a gentle exercise routine?


A: walking
Cycling may be too strenuous to be enjoyable and depends on the person's capability to use the
bicycle.
A: false

Conditions such as burns can be associated to this problem such as skin exudates.
A: Excess nutrient losses

It is recommended by dieticians to consume Vitamin D as supplementation to prevent weight gain.


A: false

The American College of Sports Medicine recommends a _____ daily caloric intake of 1,200 for
women and 1,800 for men.
A: minimum

Basal Metabolic Rate is the amount of energy expended while at rest in a highly temperate
environment.
A: false

Improving reflexes is one of the advantages of playing badminton. Which of the following benefits
apply?
A: develop athleticism

cholesterols decrease the size of blood vessels, increasing the risk of heart attacks and stroke.
A: bad

Which of the following is not one of the levels of the body that should be taken care of or given extra
precautions?
A: arms and legs

Total Energy Expenditure is calculated by adding 100% calories to the BEE for moderate activity.
A: false

The lean muscle tissue requires less calories than others.


A: False

These are microscopic sace where oxygen enters the blood.


A: alveoli

Playing badminton also builds and exercises the quads, glutes, calves and hamstrings. What
advantage is this?
A: increased muscle tone

exercise is an activity that causes you to be quickly out of breath.


A: anaerobic

Lack of sufficient sleep is a cause of weight gain.


A: true
Playing badminton can reduce or eliminate the risk of health problems such as high blood presure
and heart disease, among others. What advantage is this?
A: good for overall health

The air we breathe contains approximately


A: 20

People with osteoporosis must avoid exercise altogether as it may further damage their already
fragile bones.
A: false

Eating restrictions often from treatment or lack of food are some of the causes of this problem.
A: Impaired intake

People with knee or hip problems should avoid this as it can put extra stress on the joints.
A: Stair Climbers and Steppers

Which of the following components is not included in the computation for the Total Energy
Expenditure.
A: Endurance

Running games is still recommended for bone-loss years.


A: false

The cause of this problem are because of symptoms such as vomiting or diarrhea.
A: Excess nutrient losses

Basal Energy Expenditure refers to the amount of calories burned by the human body in one day.
A: false

Playing badminton reduces the risk of death by about 30 percent.


A: false

Weight loss that is said to be unexplained if it is not caused by reduction in calorific intake or
exercise is called
A: cachexia

Interactions while playing badminton will result in positive feelings. What advantage is this?
A: social health

Aerobic exercises are also called cardioexercises that require pumping of oxygenated blood by the
heart to deliver oxygen to working muscles.
A: true

Which of the following is not a gastrointestinal disorder often contributing to unexplained weight
loss?
A: pancreatic cancer

The term for the activity level use that requires extremely hard exercise/sports or physical job and
twice more training.
A: extremely active

This term refers to the acceleration, one of the known benefits of playing badminton.
A: glutei

As your metabolism slows, it becomes harder to eat normal amounts of calories without gaining
weight.
A: true

Playing badminton decreases the level of bad cholesterol.


A: true

Which of the following is the only good cholesterol in our body?


A: high-density lipoprotein

The basal heart rate reduces to a few beats per minute while blood pressure rises in playing
badminton.
A: false

Playing badminton decreases the liver's production of sugar. What advantage of playing badminton
is this?
A: decrease diabetes

The BMR calculator gives the maximum number of calories you should eat on a daily basis.
A: false

Healthy individuals seeking to maintain their weight should consume an average of 2,000 caleries
daily.
A: true

Playing badminton lubricates the joints, eventually preventing arthritis. What advantage of playing
badminton is this?
A: mobility

This machine requires above-average coordination to master.


A: Ski machines

The release of energy in the post-absorptive state is sufficient only for the functioning of the vital
organs.
A: true

Achieving weight loss through playing badminton alone is possible.


A: false

Medications can cause both weight gain and weight loss.


A: true

For a beginner in swimming, the recommended time of activity is 30 to 60 minutes to achieve


desired results.
A: false

Badminton is allowed for both adults and children, of any age.


A: true

It helps improve communication between old and young people.


A: Offers a social outlet

An increase in motor skills and cognitive awareness.


A: Keeps your brain sharp

The player works out a solution for puzzles involving the speed, spin and placement of the ball.
A: Develops mental acuity

Tennis players tend to be more optimistic and to have greater self-esteem.


A: Boosts mood

The player uses strategic planning to return the ball to the opponent.
A: Stimulates various different parts of the brain

Aerobics and cycling burns more calories than tennis.


A: false

is the ability of the brain to change based on an experience or environmental factors.


A: plasticity

is a protein that promotes neuron growth and survival.


A: brain-derived neurotrophic factor

One of the physical reasons for playing tennis associated with overall fitness and resistance to
disease of a player's body.
A: immune system

Tennis takes patience and dedication.


A: Improves discipline and social skills

Playing tennis increases oxygen intake and heart rate.


A: Improved aerobic and anaerobic health

A physician dubbed ping pong/table tennis as " world's best brain “sport for being highly aerobic and
the use of brain in planning and executing shots.
A: world's best brain

It has been proven that the risk of death for tennis players are half than usual.
A: true

It helps the player in following the ball's trajectory as it moves.


A: Improves coordination
One of the psychological reasons to play tennis associated with adapting to stress and ongoing to
recovery.
A: learn how to recover

Singles tennis can make players lose around 400-600 calories per hour.
A: Burns calories and fat

An example of neurotransmitter that is related to mood, appetite, sleep and memory.


A: serotonin

Identify the advantage of playing Table Tennis being described: Improving leg, arm and core
strength in standard mode.
A: It's easy on the joints

One of the psychological reasons to play tennis associated with learning to adjust to the elements
and still have the ability to compete.
A: manage adversity

An example of neurotransmitter that is related to stress response.


A: norepinephrine

One of the physical reasons for playing tennis associated with short intense bursts of activity during
a point followed by rest which helps muscles use oxygen efficiently.
A: anaerobic fitness

An hour of playing can help reduce the calories.


A: Burns calories

Tennis requires 300 to 500 bursts of energy per match.


A: Great cross-training for other sports

The part of the brain that a game of ping pong stimulates which is responsible for allowing us to form
and retain long term facts and events.
A: hippocampus

Bursts of exertion and recovery.


A: Improves reflexes

One of the psychological reasons to play tennis associated with the ability to create strategies based
on knowledge of geometry and physics.
A: learn to solve problems

One of the physical reasons for playing tennis associated with court movement and ball-striking skills
requiring control of the body's large muscle groups.
A: gross motor control

Tennis involves planning, tactical thinking, agility and the coordination of parts of the body.
A: Boosts brain power
One of the physical reasons for playing tennis associated with hundreds of starts, stops, changes of
direction and hitting on the run.
A: dynamic balance

are vital chemicals that regulate various brain functions.


A: neurotransmitters

is a troublesome illness caused by bones losing density due to complex interactions between the
body hormones, bone forming and bone dissolving cells.
A: osteoporosis

A psychological reason for playing tennis exhibited by the ability of a doubles team to form a
cohesive unit.
A: learn teamwork

A physical reason for playing tennis exhibited by burning fat and improving cardiovascular fitness.
A: aerobic fitness

This is referred to as the second most popular organized sport in the world.
A: table tennis

Playing badminton may cause heart attacks.


A: false

A psychological reason for playing tennis exhibited by anticipation of an opponent's moves and
planning counterattacks.
A: plan and implement strategies

People with hypertension are encouraged to play badminton that slows their basal heart rate.
A: true

The neurotransmitter responsible for mood, appetite, sleep and memory.


A: serotonin

Which of the following muscles is not trained by playing badminton?


A: Pectineus

A physical reason for playing tennis exhibited by constantly judging the timing between the
oncoming ball and the proper contact point.
A: eye-hand coordination

helps lubricate joints, preventing arthritis and similar conditions from developing
A: mobility

Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF) promotes ____ growth and survival.


A: neuron

A physical reason for playing tennis exhibited by hundreds of starts, stops, changes of direction, and
hitting on the run.
A: dynamic balance

Table tennis technique executions are often quick-paced problem solving challenges.
A: true

An average person can burn 272 calories in playing table tennis.


A: true

Table tennis is highly anaerobic.


A: false

Coordination helps because it can give you a wider range of motion, help prevent injuries and
reduce muscle strain.
A: false

A physical reason for playing tennis exhibited by a series of side-to-side and up and back sprints to
chase the ball.
A: speed

Tennis helps maintain aerobic health, allowing muscles to use oxygen in a better way.
A: false

Playing badminton improves longevity by at least 5 years.


A: false

The cerebellum is the part of the brain that lights up when doing any voluntary movement.
A: false

Playing badminton burns fat at approximately 300 calories per hour.


A: false

A study has proven that playing badminton can reduce the production of sugar.
A: true

Ping pong has a relatively low injury risk.


A: true

A psychological reason for playing tennis exhibited by proper control of the pace of the play.
A: develop discipline

Aside from being a great aerobic workout, playing table tennis is also a good exercise
A: cardiovascular

A physical reason for playing tennis exhibited by forcing on the player change of direction for at least
5 times in 10 seconds.
A: agility

Exercise increases which are referred to as the brain's feel-good neurotransmitters.


A: endorphins

Advanced cardiac tests are required before playing a round of badminton for people from the age of
35 and above. Which of the following parts of the body must the player take extra precaution of?
A: sensory

The ability of the brain to change based on an experience or environmental factors.


A: brain plasticity

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LONGQUIZ 2 ;PHYSICAL SCIENCE
29/30
c- Josefa Marie Taguiam
1.What do you call the solid formed when a liquid solution is allowed to stand still for a long amount
of time.
ans. Precipitate
2.What is the proper term for catalysts involved in biological processes?
ans.Enzymes
3.What is the term for the energy responsible for the variations in the reaction rates of chemical
processes?
answer:activation energy
4.What property of a material describes the compactness of the arrangement of its molecules?
ans.Density
5.Identify the kind of change wherein the product is the same as the reactants.
ANWER:physical change
6.In which type of covalent bonding are the shared electrons shared congruently throughout the
molecule? answer:nonpolar
7.What do you call the ability of a substance to chemically combine with other compounds?
answer:Reactivity
8.Fill in the blank: The ______
property of a substance can be observed without changing the substance. answer:physical
9.What type of covalent compound is there a slight difference in the electric charge between the
opposite sides of the molecule? answer:polar covalent compound
10.Identification: This factor in a reaction rate is a consequence of the kinetic energy of the reactant
molecules? wrong answer ako dito.
11.What kind of chemical bond involves the sharing of electrons between two atoms?
answer:covalent bond
12.What is the component of a chemical reaction that is present at its start? answer:reactant
13.Identification: Two different atoms may or may not have this type of covalent bonding.
answer:polar covalent bonding
14._____ covalent bond does not have an equal sharing of electrons. answer.Polar
15.What kind of change results to the production of a material that is entirely different from the
reactants? answer:chemical change
16.Identification: This is another term used to refer to covalent compounds. answer:molecular
compound
17.Identification: This refers to the speed of a chemical process. answer:reaction rate
18.Which atom is more positive than the other in a molecule of dihydrogen oxide? answer: hydrogen
atom
19.Identification: These compounds are highly soluble in water. answer:ionic compounds
20.Identification: These properties can be detected using your senses. answer:Physical properties
21.What type of compound is formed by the sharing of electrons? answer:Covalent compound
22.covalent bonding exists between two identical atoms. answer: nonpolar
23.Identification: This is the force that exists between the molecules of a compound. answer:
Intermolecular force
24.What is the term for the property that makes it capable of being hammered into thin sheets?
answer:malleability
25.In a water molecule, which atom is more frequented by the shared electrons? answer:oxygen
26.Identify the substance that hastens chemical reactions? answer:catalyst
27. In a ______
type of covalent bonding, there is equal sharing of electrons between the atoms. answer: nonpolar
28.What type of covalent bonding is characterized by the incongruent sharing of electrons between
the atoms? answer:polar
29.Which reaction rate factor is due to the amount of reacting substances? answer: concentration
30.Identification: This compound is formed by a cation and an anion. answer:ionic compound
Short Quiz 8:PHYSC
c-Joshua Ardeza
1. Also known as the revolution of the Earth around the sun
Answer: ANNUAL MOTION
2. Ancient constellations related to Earth’s annual motion
Answer: ZODIAC
3. Center in Ptolemaic system of the universe
Answer: EARTH
4. Center of the universe in the Copernican system
Answer: SUN
5. Earth’s movement that results to the observation of diurnal motion
Answer: ROTATION
6. Event when the sun crosses the Celestial Equator
Answer: EQUINOX
7. Line on Earth that is parallel to apparent daily paths
Answer: CELESTIAL EQUATOR
8. Main factor in the precession of equinoxes
Answer: GRAVITY
9. More common term for the annual motion of the Earth
Answer: REVOLUTION
10. Type of observable motion associated with heavenly bodies
Answer: DIURNAL MOTION
Learning Activity 8 (Physics)
Slow and continuous change in the orientation of an astronomical body’s rotational axis
Answer:
Axial precession
Periodic observable motion that results from the Earth’s motion on its axis
Answer:
diurnal motion
Center of the universe in Ptolemy’s model
Answer:
Earth
Motion of the Earth around the sun
Answer:
revolution
Motion of the Earth responsible for diurnal motion
Answer:
rotation
Long Quiz 3:PHYSC
c-Joshua Ardeza
1. Identify the center in the universe model Copernicus.
Answer: SUN
2. Identify the date of the year when the Earth is at its closest from the Sun.
Answer: PERIHELION
3. Identify the main factor in the precession of equinoxes.
Answer: GRAVITY
4. Identify the shape of the planetary orbit based on Kepler’s third law.
Answer: ELLIPSE
5. Identify the universe’s center in Ptolemy’s model.
Answer: EARTH
6. Name the line on Earth that is parallel to apparent daily paths.
Answer: CELESTIAL EQUATOR
7. Name the star blamed by the Greeks for the intensity of their summer
Answer: SIRIUS
8. This ancient device aligns with the North Star and is used to determine the precise time of its
user’s location.
Answer: ASTROLABE
9. This model is the combination of two ancient models of the universe.
Answer: TYCHONIC
10. This model of the universe considered the ideas of the Earth- and Sun-centered universe
models.
Anwer: TYCHONIC
11. This motion is also called the revolution of the Earth around the sun.
Answer: ANNUAL MOTION
12. This structure was developed by the Mayans as they observed Venus.
Answer: CARACOL
13. What do you call Earth’s movement that results to the observation of diurnal motion?
Answer: ROTATION
14. What do you call the ancient constellations that are related to Earth’s annual motion?
Answer: ZODIAC
15. What do you call the event when the sun crosses the Celestial Equator?
Answer: EQUINOX
16. What do you call the motion of the Earth that is responsible for diurnal motion?
Answer: ROTATION
17. What is the center in Ptolemaic system of the universe?
Answer: EARTH
18. What is the center of the universe based on the model by Ptolemy?
Answer: EARTH
19. What is the center of the universe in the Copernican system?
Answer: SUN
20. What is the constant quantity in the universe model by Kepler?
Answer: AREA SPEED
21. What is the more common term for the annual motion of the Earth with respect to the sun?
Answer: REVOLUTION
22. What is the oldest heavenly body that has been observed and has preceded great events in
history?
Answer: HALLEY’S COMET
23. What is the periodic observable motion that is the result of the Earth’s movement on its axis?
Answer: DIURNAL MOTION
24. What is the term that refers to the motion of the Earth around the sun?
Answer: REVOLUTION
25. What is the term that refers to the slow and continuous change in the orientation of an
astronomical body’s rotational axis?
Answer: AXIAL PRECESSION
26. What is the universe model that is said to be Sun-centered?
Answer: COPERNICAN
27. What is this type of observable motion that is associated with heavenly bodies?
Answer: DIURNAL MOTION
28. What property of a planet has this property directly proportional to the cube of the semi-major
axis of its orbit?
Answer: ORBITAL PERIOD
29. Where is the Sun located with respect to a planet’s elliptical orbit
Answer: FOCAL POINT
30. Which model of the universe is said to be Earth-centered?
Answer: PTOLEMAIC
Learning Activity 9:PHYSC
c-Joshua Ardeza
1. Aligns with the North Star to determine precise time for user’s location
Answer: ASTROLABE
2. Combination of two ancient models of the universe
Answer: TYCHONIC
3. Developed by the Mayans for the observation of Venus
Answer: CARACOL
4. Earth-centered system of the universe
Answer: PTOLEMAIC
5. Sun-centered system of the universe
Answer: COPERNICAN
Short Quiz 9:PHYSC
c-Joshua Ardeza
1. Center in the model of the universe proposed by Copernicus
Answer: SUN
2. Center of the universe based on the model proposed by Ptolemy
Answer: EARTH
3. Considered the ideas of the Earth- and Sun-centered universe model
Answer: TYCHONIC
4. Constant quantity in the universe model by Kepler
Answer: AREA SPEED
5. Date of the year when the Earth is closest to the Sun
Answer: PERIHELION
6. Location of the Sun with respect to the elliptical orbit based on Kepler’s laws
Answer: FOCAL POINT
7. Oldest heavenly body observed that has preceded great events in history
Answer: HALLEY’S COMET
8. Planet property whose square is directly proportional to the cube of the semi-major axis of its orbit
Answer: ORBITAL PERIOD
9. Shape of the orbit based on Kepler’s third law
Answer: ELLIPSE
10. Star blamed by Greeks for the intensity of summer
Answer: SIRIUS
Learning Activity 10:PHYSC
c-Joshua Ardeza
1. Constant in the motion of a falling body in vacuum
Answer: ACCELERATION
2. Description of the change in the rate of movement of a body
Answer: ACCELERATION
3. Indirect force resulting from the application of a force
Answer: REACTION
4. Necessary component of motion according to Aristotle
Answer: FORCE
5. Property of a body that affects its state of motion
Answer: INERTIA
Short Quiz 10:PHYSC
Aside from changing the state of motion of a body, this is also an effect of applying an unbalanced
force to the body.
Answer:
ACCELERATION
Which can be easily affected by an unbalanced force: one cube of ice or one sack of rice?
Answer:
ONE SACK OF RICE
This law implies the importance of balanced forces and what unbalanced forces are.
Answer:
LAW OF INTERACTION
Which will accelerate more when the same unbalanced force is applied: pencil or cabinet?
Answer:
CABINET
This law of motion relates the rate of change in the movement of a body and the unbalanced force
that it experiences.
Answer:
LAW OF ACCELERATION
Which law of motion states that a body will not change its current state of motion unless an
unbalanced force acts upon it?
Answer:
LAW OF INERTIA
If you push the wall with an amount of force, you supply the action force. What is the source of the
reaction force?
Answer:
WALL
What factor of a body that is at rest prevents it from moving?
Answer:
INERTIA
What is the only factor that is constant for bodies falling in a vacuum?
Answer:
ACCELERATION
Which of these has a greater inertia: fly or cat?
Answer:
cats
Learning Activity 11:PHYSC
c-Joshua Ardeza
1. Constant in a body as long as no net force acts upon it
Answer: VELOCITY
2. Decreases as acceleration increases in Newton’s law of acceleration
Answer: MASS
3. Force involved in Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation
Answer: GRAVITATIONAL FORCE
4. Statement based on repeated experimental observations
Answer: LAW
5. Statement taken to be true since what it proposes is already evident
Answer: AXIOM
Short Quiz 11:PHYSC
c-Joshua Ardeza
1. According to Galileo, this quantity is not needed to keep a body in motion under ideal conditions.
Answer: FORCE
2. Describe the total amount of energy of a body before it falls from a height and as it hits the
ground.
Answer: EQUAL
3. In the law of acceleration, which quantity decreases as the acceleration decreases?
Answer: FORCE
4. This is also known as the “inertia in motion” of a body.
Answer: MOMENTUM
5. This kind of statement is considered true since it has been based on a series of observations.
Answer: LAW
6. What do you call a statement that is taken as true without scientific evidence?
Answer: AXIOM
7. What happens to energy as it is used up by different systems?
Answer: TRANSFORMED
8. What happens to the magnitude of the gravitational force as the bodies become more massive?
Answer: INCREASES
9. What happens to the magnitude of the gravitational force as the distance between two bodies
increase?
Answer: DECREASES
10. What term do you use to refer to the amount of material contained by a body?
Answer: MASS
Short Quiz 12:PHYSC
c-Joshua Ardeza
1. Consider the formula for momentum. What quantity increases with the velocity of a body?:
Momentum; Velocity; Inelastic; Force; Mass; Elastic; Energy
Answer: Momentum
2. If a body has no momentum, what else does it not have?: Elastic; Inelastic; Force; Momentum;
Mass; Velocity; Energy
Answer: Velocity
3. In the formula for momentum, this quantity decreases as the body moves slower.: Elastic; Mass;
Energy; Momentum; Force; Velocity; Inelastic
Answer: Mass
4. In this type of collision, this factor is not necessarily conserved.: Energy; Elastic; Velocity; Force;
Inelastic; Mass; Momentum
Answer: Energy
5. This quantity describes how difficult it is to stop a moving body.: Inelastic; Velocity; Momentum;
Force; Energy; Mass; Elastic
Answer: Momentum
6. This quantity enables bodies to move so that they would collide.: Mass; Energy; Elastic; Force;
Velocity; Inelastic; Momentum
Answer: Energy
7. What SI quantity is directly related and directly proportional to the mass of a body?: Inelastic;
Momentum; Velocity; Elastic; Energy; Force; Mass
Answer: Momentum
8. What type of collision is involved between two bodies that show a spark of light after colliding:
Momentum; Force; Inelastic; Mass; Elastic; Energy; Velocity
Answer: Inelastic
9. Which type of collision involves the constant sum of total kinetic energy before and after the
collision?: Momentum; Velocity; Mass; Elastic; Force; Energy; Inelastic
Answer: Elastic
10. Which will stop first when these two bodies collide: truck or bicycle?
Answer: BICYCLE
Learning Activity 12:PHYSC
c-Joshua Ardeza
1. Collision that involves the conversion of energy into other forms outside the colliding bodies
Answer: INELASTIC
2. Factor responsible for the movement of the bodies that are about to collide
Answer: ENERGY
3. Not necessarily conserved between colliding bodies
Answer: ENERGY
4. Quantity conserved in any collision
Answer: MOMENTUM
5. Type of collision wherein the total kinetic energy is constant before and after the collision
Answer: ELASTIC
Short Quiz 13:PHYSC
c-Joshua Ardeza
1. Consider the wave equation. Which quantity increases with the frequency of the wave?:
Absorption; Latitudinal; Index of Refraction; Longitudinal; Wavelength; Refraction; Electron; Photon;
Transverse; Energy; Mirror; Speed; Dispersion
Answer: Speed
2. In light, this is what the photons carry enabling them to move.: Wavelength; Energy; Mirror;
Photon; Longitudinal; Dispersion; Electron; Speed; Transverse; Index of Refraction; Absorption;
Refraction; Latitudinal
Answer: Energy
3. In the wave equation, this quantity is inversely proportional to the frequency of the wave.:
Absorption; Mirror; Electron; Latitudinal; Longitudinal; Energy; Speed; Photon; Refraction; Index of
Refraction; Dispersion; Wavelength; Transverse
Answer: Wavelength
4. Name the component of light that travels in straight lines.: Index of Refraction; Longitudinal;
Transverse; Absorption; Latitudinal; Energy; Electron; Refraction; Mirror; Photon; Dispersion;
Wavelength; Speed
Answer: Photon
5. This constant determines how much light will bend as it enters a different medium.: Electron;
Refraction; Photon; Latitudinal; Mirror; Speed; Index of Refraction; Transverse; Absorption;
Longitudinal; Dispersion; Wavelength; Energy
Answer: Index of Refraction
6. This phenomenon of light is the evidence of the energy possessed by light.: Absorption; Photon;
Energy; Dispersion; Electron; Mirror; Speed; Longitudinal; Transverse; Wavelength; Latitudinal;
Index of Refraction; Refraction
Answer: Absorption
7. This wave is produced by the disturbance of the molecules nearby its source.: Latitudinal;
Absorption; Mirror; Photon; Wavelength; Index of Refraction; Electron; Speed; Dispersion;
Longitudinal; Transverse; Refraction; Energy
Answer: Longitudinal
8. What is the optical device that is used to show the bouncing of light?: Latitudinal; Speed; Index of
Refraction; Wavelength; Electron; Dispersion; Transverse; Absorption; Mirror; Photon; Refraction;
Energy; Longitudinal
Answer: Mirror
9. What kind of wave is light?: Index of Refraction; Speed; Photon; Mirror; Absorption; Refraction;
Energy; Speed; Transverse; Electron; Dispersion; Longitudinal; Transverse; Wavelength; Latitudinal
Answer: Transverse
10. What kind of wave is represented by a sine wave?: Dispersion; Transverse; Index of Refraction;
Refraction; Mirror; Energy; Longitudinal; Electron; Absorption; Photon; Latitudinal; Speed;
Wavelength
Answer: Transverse
--ccto
Learning Activity 13: PHYSC
c-Joshua Ardeza
1. Optical device that demonstrates bending of light
Answer: LENS
2. Particle of light that carries its energy
Answer: PHOTON
3. Path of light that makes it understood to be a particle
Answer: STRAIGHT LINE
4. Wave that can propagate even without molecules
Answer: TRANSVERSE
5. Wave that cannot exist in vacuum
Answer: LONGITUDINAL
Learning Activity 14:PHYSC
c-Joshua Ardeza
1. Bending of light around an edge causing umbra and penumbra in the shadow
Answer: DIFFRACTION
2. Deflection of light along its path
Answer: SCATTERING
3. Phenomenon of light wherein light waves add up
Answer: INTERFERENCE
4. Phenomenon of separation of light into different colors
Answer: DISPERSION
5. Type of mirror that shows an inverted image of you
Answer: CONCAVE
Short Quiz 14:PHYSC
What exists between two charges in space?
Select one:
- Electrostatic force
This phenomenon of light explains how light shows different colors after passing through a prism.
Select one:
-Dispersion
This type of mirror shows a virtual image of the object.
Select one:
-Convex
What do you call a displaced image of an object as the result of the bending of light rays?
Select one:
-Mirage
According to Faraday, what is produced by a changing magnetic field?
Select one:
- Induced voltage
What principle explains why it is impossible to determine experimentally both the position and the
speed of an electron at the same time?
Select one:
-Heisenberg's uncertainty principle
How do electron orbits look like as a consequence of the uncertainty principle?
Select one:
- Electron clouds
What type of mirror shows your image in an inverted manner?
Select one:
-Concave
What can electric current produce along a wire?
Select one:
- Magnetic field
What phenomenon of light is utilized to identify the wavelength of a given light ray?
Select one:
- Dispersion
Learning Activity 15:PHYSC
c-Joshua Ardeza
1. Hertz applied high voltage AC electricity across the central spark gap of the transmitter creating
sparks.: True; False
Answer: False
2. What digital storage oscilloscope circuit compensates for high sampling rates of high frequency
signals?: charged-couple device; analog to digital converter
Answer: charged-couple device
3. What test equipment combines the operation of many test instruments into a single compact unit.:
Impedance meter; Communication service monitor
Answer: Communication service monitor
4. When using forward error control as a method of error correction, where does error correction
take place?: in the oscillator; receiving end
Answer: receiving end
5. What part of the pulse code modulation (PCM) process converts a continuous time signal into a
discrete time signal?
Answer: Sampling
Short Quiz 15:PHYSC
Hertz found that when sparks flew across the main gap, sparks also usually glow across the
secondary gap that is between points A and B in the image.
Select one:
- True
According to Hertz, he pictured waves of electric charge moving back and forth, creating a standing
wave within the wire.
Select one:
- True
When reading the forward power on a wattmeter, what does two right-facing arrow heads mean?
Select one:
- Power exceeds 120 percent of the range
What are the two main types of photodetectors? (separate your answers with the word "and")
Answer:
-Positive intrinsic photodiode AND negative intrinsic photodiode
In November 1886, Heinrich Hertz became the first person to transmit and receive controlled radio
waves.
Select one:
-True
If the interference can be eliminated by disconnecting the receiving antenna, the source of the
disturbance is most likely
Select one:
- External to the radio
What initial nuclear radiation components generate electromagnetic pulses? (separate your answers
with the word "and")
Answer:
-Gamma rays AND neutrons
Who discovered radio waves?
Answer:
-Heinrich Hertz
What pattern simulator section of the bit error rate test set accepts a 48-bit parallel word and
generates a serial pattern?
Select one:
-48-bit transmitter only
Hertz started generating radio waves using a piece of electrical equipment called an induction coil.
Select one:
-True
Short Quiz 16:PHYSC
c-Joshua Ardeza
1. As measured in any inertial frame of reference, light is always propagated in empty space with a
definite velocity that is independent of the state of motion of the emitting body.: False; True
Answer: True
2. Maxwell’s equations are not consistent with Galilean relativity unless one postulates the existence
of a physical aether.: True; False
Answer: True
3. The laws of physics are the same in all inertia frames of reference.: True; False
Answer: True
4. The postulates of special relativity can be expressed very succinctly using the mathematical
language of pseudo-Riemmannian manifolds: True; False
Answer: True
5. What is the correct expression for the amplitude of a vibrating mass? Amplitude is the: Maximum
velocity of the mass during vibration; Maximum displacement of the mass from the rest position
Answer: Maximum displacement of the mass from the rest position
6. Which of the following is not a term associated with periodic waves?: Frequency; How much
space is occupied
Answer: How much space is occupied
7. Which of the following sound wave can be heard by the human ear?: Ultrasonic sound waves;
Sound waves with frequencies between 20 hz and 20,000 hz
Answer: Sound waves with frequencies between 20 hz and 20,000 hz
8. It combines special relativity with the equivalence principle.
Answer: General relativity
9. It is the succession of methods by which astronomers determine the distances to celestial objects.
Answer: Cosmic distance ladder
10. Known as the “dwarf planet”
Answer: Pluto
L.A 16:PHYSC
Vibrations
Select one:
- Can sometimes be sensed
Special relativity is a theory.
Select one:
- True
States that the net force acting on a body is equal to that body’s (inertia ) mass multiplied by its
acceleration.
Select one:
-Newton's Second Law of Motion
According to this law there is a universality of free fall. The trajectory of a test body in free fall
depends only on its position and initial speed.
Answer:
-Newton's Law of Gravity
Which of the following must be satisfied for a vibration to be simple harmonic motion? The restoring
force of the vibrating object is
Select one:
-
-Opposite to and proportional to a displacement
Identify the topic sentence in the following paragraph:

(A) Gone with the Wind is not just Scarlett O’Hara’s story; it is also the story of another remarkable
woman, Melanie Wilkes. (B) The author describes Melanie as having “the face” of a sheltered child
who had never known anything but simplicity and kindness, truth and love, a child who had never
looked upon harshness or evil, and would not have recognized them if she saw them.” (C) Strangely
enough, the qualities that weakened Melanie in Scarlett’s eyes—loyalty, naivete, and simplicity—
actually proved to make Melanie a strong person.
Select one:
a. A
b. C
c. A and B
d. B and C
e. A and C
f. B

This is the stage where you polish the order of your ideas and filter the information needed to get
your point across and correct any mechanical errors.
Select one:
a. Pre-writing
b. Organizing
c. Writing
d. Editing
e. Revising

Type TRUE if the given statement is correct and FALSE if it is incorrect.


The final draft does not require editing or revising.

Answer:

This stage in the writing process narrows your topic into the most important and relevant.
Select one:
a. Editing
b. Revising
c. Organizing
d. Pre-writing
e. Writing

Which of the following statements is not true?


Select one:
a. In clustering, you enclose a subject in a circle or underline it and then link it to other ideas using
lines
b. Learning to write is a sequential process.
c. You must start thinking about writing a completely unfamiliar topic and explore it along the way.
d. Editing is the stage where you go over your written work to look for errors in grammar.

IDENTIFICATION.
This refers to the set of basic questions that can start the exploration of your topic.

Answer:

Fill in the blank with the appropriate transition word. Choose from the given set of words below.
Improvements in health, education and trade are essential for the development of poorer nations.
__________, the governments of richer nations should take more responsibility for helping the
poorer nations in such areas.

Select one:
a. Despite
b. Because of
c. With this in mind
d. However
e. Since

Arrange the following sentences to form a comprehensive paragraph.


1.Guerrilla movements can exist only when they have some support from the people in their area of
operations
2.The greater the support the more effective the guerrillas become
3.This is because in all lands where a strong, ideologically motivated guerrilla force looks in struggle
with the government, ultimate victory goes to the side which succeeds in rallying people
4.Conversely, when the people deny or withdraw their support, the guerrilla lose their ability to
disengage, disappear and exist and shortly are down and wipe out
5.The decisive factor in the twilight war in South Vietnam is the support of the rural masses
Read the following jumbled paragraph and answer the succeeding question:
(A) For the first time however, the waters of Laguna de Bay are serving a new and different purpose.
(B) Today, these lands can be planted to palay during off-season. (C) They are being harnessed to
water rice field along the shores which are idle during the dry season. (D) Fish abound in its waters
and its shores have been favorable breeding ground for ducks. (E) Laguna de Bay has, for
centuries, been a major source of livelihood for people living along its shores.
Which is the most fitting 4th sentence for the given paragraph?
The correct answer is: B
(A) Gone with the Wind is not just Scarlett O’Hara’s story; it is also the story of another remarkable
woman, Melanie Wilkes. (B) The author describes Melanie as having “the face” of a sheltered child
who had never known anything but simplicity and kindness, truth and love, a child who had never
looked upon harshness or evil, and would not have recognized them if she saw them.” (C) Strangely
enough, the qualities that weakened Melanie in Scarlett’s eyes—loyalty, naivete, and simplicity—
actually proved to make Melanie a strong person.
The correct answer is: C
Read the following jumbled paragraph and answer the succeeding question.
(A) Guerrilla movements can exist only when they have some support from the people in their area
of operations. (B) This is because in all lands where a strong, ideologically motivated guerrilla force
looks in struggle with the government, ultimate victory goes to the side which succeeds in rallying
people. (C) Conversely, when the people deny or withdraw their support, the guerrilla lose their
ability to disengage, disappear and exist and shortly are down and wipe out. (D) The decisive factor
in the twilight war in South Vietnam is the support of the rural masses. (E) The greater the support
the more effective the guerrillas become.
Which is the fitting 3rd sentence in the paragraph?
The correct answer is: B
Improvements in health, education and trade are essential for the development of poorer nations.
__________, the governments of richer nations should take more responsibility for helping the
poorer nations in such areas.
The correct answer is: However

Type TRUE if the given statement is correct and FALSE if it is incorrect.


Output is important, but an effective written work is still valued.
Answer: TRUE

A stage in writing where you look for any mechanical errors.


Select one:
a. Writing
b. Rereading
c. Revising
d. Writing the final draft
e. Editing

---- Refer to the given paragraph below, entitled “Picturing Don Quixote”:
Seventeenth-century images emphasized the title character’s pompous folly as well as the often
rough-and-tumble action of many episodes. The windmill scene, in which Don Quixote mistakes the
technology that grinds the grain produced in the semi-arid Manchegan landscape for giants, became
immediately iconic. The first representation of the scene appears in a Frankfurt edition of 1648, in
which the windmill sail stabs Don Quixote.
What type of description is used in the paragraph?
The correct answer is: Subjective description
---The term that refers to the consequences or events caused by the climax.
The correct answer is: Falling action
---What type of figure of speech is used in the following sentence?
The lady in the water screamed like a banshee
The correct answer is: Simile
----Read the following narrative essay:
In blistering Nebraska, it was America’s Independence Day. As usual on every Independence Day
since I was five years old, George and Terry, my two best friends, and I, went on a manly picnic. I
diligently carried out my household chores, packed my picnic bag and off I went to collect my friends
by way of bicycle. It is going to be an awesome day, I thought to myself as I sped down my
neighborhood street on my beat-up blue Schwinn.
THE writer presented what point of view?
The correct answer is: First person
---Read the following excerpt from the short story, Dead Stars by Paz Marquez Benitez:
Alfredo remembered that period with a wonder not unmixed with shame. That was less than four
years ago. He could not understand those months of a great hunger that was not of the body nor yet
of the mind, a craving that had seized on him one quiet night when the moon was abroad and under
the dappled shadow of the trees in the plaza, man wooed maid. Was he being cheated by life? Love-
-he seemed to have missed it. Or was the love that others told about a mere fabrication of perfervid
imagination, an exaggeration of the commonplace, a glorification of insipid monotonies such as
made up his love life? Was love a combination of circumstances, or sheer native capacity of soul? In
those days love was, for him, still the eternal puzzle; for love, as he knew it, was a stranger to love
as he divined it might be.
What narrative device was used in the paragraph?
The correct answer is: Flashback
--- Read the following example of a definition paragraph:
The term protein quality refers to the ratio of essential amino acids (eaa) in a protein in comparison
with the ratio required by the body. A high quality protein contains eaa in a ratio that matches human
requirements. A protein which is lacking or low in one or more eaa is termed a low quality protein.
The eaa which is in the shortest supply is called the ‘limiting’ amino acid. In general, animal proteins
tend to be high quality while vegetable proteins tend to be low quality. The exception is soy protein
which is quite high quality.
What is the strategy used in the development of the paragraph?
The correct answer is: Denotation
----Refer to the given paragraph below on The Great Wall of China:
The Great Wall, or Chang Cheng in Chinese, is massive. It begins in the east at the Yellow Sea,
travels near China’s capital, Beijing, and continues west through numerous provinces. For
thousands of miles, it winds like a snake through China’s varied terrain. Smaller walls extend from
the main wall. According to conservative estimates, the Great Wall’s length is approximately 2,400
miles, its thickness ranges from 15-30 feet wide, and it reaches in height to about 25 feet.
What type of description is used in the paragraph?
The correct answer is: Objective description
-----Read the following example of a definition paragraph:
Soren Kierkegaard, another famous existentialist, comprehends absurd as a synonym to paradox.
He defines it as a matter of faith and the only phenomena that allows a person to believe in self.
According to his philosophy, a human being is a synthesis of opposites: eternal and temporary, finite
and infinite, freedom and obligation. Due to the synthesis of these opposites in an individual’s
consciousness, one constantly resides in fear and despair (Liam 194). And the more self-
consciousness one possesses, the deeper these feelings are. The only way for salvation is faith in
God and this is where absurd comes in. Kierkegaard refers to the biblical myth about Abraham and
his son Isaac. According to this legend, God required Abraham to sacrifice his son to Him. In this
case, Abraham’s faith led him to commit a crime; it transformed a murder into an act of charity and
simultaneously, where faith had returned Isaac to his father alive. Faith cannot be logically argued,
but it works and this is absurd. Individuals are free and this freedom lets them find their own way to
God. (Source: https://academichelp.net/…/a…/essays/definition/absurd.html…)
What is the strategy used in the development of the paragraph?
The correct answer is: Extensive definition
-----Given the following sentence from the story, Dead Stars:
A round orange moon, "huge as a winnowing basket," rose lazily into a clear sky, whitening the iron
roofs and dimming the lanterns at the windows.
What is the figure of speech used for the round orange moon?
The correct answer is: Simile
-----The latin word from which the word "narration" comes
The correct answer is: narrare

Which of the following statements is true?


Select one:
a. Organizing is when you express your thoughts in comprehensible sentences
b. You may choose to find a topic that only a handful people are interested in.
c. Brainstorming shows relationships among a variety of ideas
d. You must come up with all the possible ideas from the pre-writing stage.

Pre-writing requires an mind

In writing a text, these two elements must be present: content and .

Type TRUE if the given statement is correct and FALSE if it is incorrect.


In brainstorming, you must find the related ideas to the topic you have in mind and link it to
subtopics.

Answer:

True or False: It's best to think of different topics and discover various points of focus so you can
keep your options open before writing.
The correct answer is: False
True or False: In brainstorming, you must find the related ideas to the topic you have in mind and
link it to subtopics.
The correct answer is: False
Learning to write is a
The correct answer is: sequential
A pre-writing strategy which is the process of pouring out all your thoughts nonstop in an exact
order, language and form as you think them.
The correct answer is: Freewriting
Complete the following sentence: "Writing without _________
form and content
Correct is like a human body without skeleton; writing without ___________ is like a skeleton with no
flesh."
The correct answer is: form and content
In writing a text, these two elements must be present: content and
The correct answer is: form
Which of the following statements is true?
The correct answer is: You must come up with all the possible ideas from the pre-writing stage.
A stage in writing where you look for any mechanical errors.
The correct answer is: Revising
True or False: The final draft does not require editing or revising.
The correct answer is: False
Pre-writing requires an
The correct answer is: open

Which of the following questions is not beneficial in exploring your topic?


Select one:
a. When is the issue most apparent?
b. At what place is the cause or effect of the problem most visible?
c. Why is it an issue or problem at all?
d. How does the issue relate to other public issues?
Read the following narrative essay:
Jerry was the kind of guy you love to hate. He was always in a good mood and always had
something positive to say. When someone would ask him how he was doing, he would reply, "If I
were any better, I would be twins!" He was a unique manager because he had several waiters who
had followed him around from restaurant to restaurant. The reason the waiters followed Jerry was
because of his attitude. He was a natural motivator. If an employee was having a bad day, Jerry was
there telling the employee how to look on the positive side of the situation.”
The writer presented what point of view?
The correct answer is: Second person
Read the following narrative essay:
I can remember my first ascension to a mountain top well. It happened about three years ago, when
it was autumn, and the weather in the mountains was gloomy. My friends offered me to travel to the
western Carpathian Mountains, and after a short period of hesitation, I accepted their invitation.
There was nothing much to do for me at the time, so I thought a change of surrounding would only
be of use to me.
What narrative device was used in the paragraph?
The correct answer is: Flashback
A strategy in writing a definition paragraph that shows the evolution of the word and how it was
formed.
The correct answer is: Etymology
True or False: The main aim of descriptive paragraphs is to describe a particular thing as accurately
as possible.
The correct answer is: False
This is one of the terms used in writing narratives that refers to the outcome of the characters’
actions.
The correct answer is: Resolution
The correct answer is: Resolution

IDENTIFICATION:
An example of a dangerous site that children can easily access:
Answer: Pornography websites

Which of the following statements is not true?


Select one:
a. Pornography websites can be easily accessed by children.

b. Internet has become so widespread that it is hard to track the cause of serious problems
encountered by its users.

c. Sensitive information have been falling into the hands of criminals
d. Through right action of individuals, government and businesses, the internet can be made into a
safe place

According to the essay sample, which of these is not a problem specified by the author? (Write
the letter of the correct answer)

a. children can access potentially dangerous sites


b. news and company websites are hacked
c. online fraud
d. websites with unverified authenticity.
Answer: D

Which of the following is not a proposed solution of the author?


Select one:
a. Parents should monitor the online activities of their children

b. Install anti-virus programs that could prevent potential malware.
c. Building of onsite IT security systems for companies

d. Governments ensure adequate legislation and controls over website access


Is the conclusion positive or negative?



Select one:
a. Yes

b. No

c. Neutral

d. The essay does not imply so.

1. Arrange the following sentences to form a coherent paragraph.


[There have been immense advances in technology in most aspects of people’s lives, especially in
the field of education.]. [Nowadays, an increasing number of students rely on computers for research
and to produce a perfect paper for school purposes. ]. [Others have decided to leave the original
way of learning and to get knowledge through online schools.]. [These changes in the learning
process have brought a special concern regarding the possible decrease of importance of teachers
in the classroom.].
2. Choose the correct transition words for the paragraph from the given choices below. You may use
the same word multiple times.
The correct answer is:
Every four years, the whole world stops to watch international sporting events [such as] the
Olympics and the Football World Cup in which athletes show their best performance to make their
country proud. These sporting occasions have proved to be helpful in easing international tension in
difficult times when powerful leaders were trying to control the world’s economy and other
governments were fighting over the land.
The Olympic Games are one of the best examples which prove how sporting events can bring
nations together, at least temporarily. [from] the ancient History, [when] Greeks and Romans would
interrupt battles to participate in the games, to the more recent international disputes, when athletes
from Palestine and Israel would forget their differences, compete peacefully and even embrace each
other after an event. [moreover], these popular events have called the world’s attention to the terrible
consequences of wars; [thus] some leaders have tried to reach agreements to end their disputes
and live peacefully.
Similarly, international sporting events show benefits in some developing countries which live in a
daily internal civil war. [for example], Brazil has a high rate of unemployment, lack of education,
hunger, crime, poverty and corruption which leads to an immense embarrassment of being Brazilian
and a low self-esteem. [however], when the Football World Cup starts, the Brazilian squad, which is
considered the best team in the world, provokes an amazing feeling of pride in their country. Most
people seem to forget all their problems and even the criminal activity decreases. They paint roads
with the national colors, wear the Brazilian team shirts and buy national flags. [moreover], the
competition brings families and neighbors together and even rival gangs watch the games and
celebrate peacefully.
[in conclusion], popular sporting events play an important role in decreasing international tensions
and liberating patriotic feelings as history has shown.
3. Arrange the following sentences to form a coherent paragraph.
The correct answer is:
[For some people the little green tassels dropping from the trees and the fluffy pink, white, and
yellow blossoms announce the arrival of allergy season.]. [For others a big, furry dog or a soft
feather pillow brings on the sneezes or itchy eyes.]. [Still others are in trouble if they accidentally eat
honey, chocolate, or water chestnuts.]. [Although millions of Americans have allergies, no one knows
definitely how allergies develop or why some people have them and others do not.]. [ Doctors have
made some progress in diagnosis.]. [Yet allergies remain a mystery that is only partially understood
and only partially treatable.].
4.Which of the following contains the topic sentence?
(A) Today’s world has been divided into developing and industrialized countries which the main
difference between them is the amount of money that governments apply in important sectors such
as education, health and commerce. (B) Most of the poorer nations are buried in debts as a result of
their unbalanced finances which are reflect in a failed health care, an unstructured education system
and a weak international trade. (C) This vicious cycle will continue indefinitely unless wealthier
nations show interest in minimizing the worldwide economic differences, as well as taking more
responsibility for assisting less fortunate countries.
The correct answer is: A
5.Choose the proper pattern of arrangement of the following jumbled paragraph.
(A) For the first time however, the waters of Laguna de Bay are serving a new and different purpose.
(B) Today, these lands can be planted to palay during off-season. (C) They are being harnessed to
water rice field along the shores which are idle during the dry season. (D) Fish abound in its waters
and its shores have been favorable breeding ground for ducks. (E) Laguna de Bay has, for
centuries, been a major source of livelihood for people living along its shores.
The correct answer is: E, C, A, B, D
6. Which among the set of sentences is most appropriate to be the 4th sentence?
(A) Yet allergies remain a mystery that is only partially understood and only partially treatable.
(B) Still others are in trouble if they accidentally eat honey, chocolate, or water chestnuts.
(C) Doctors have made some progress in diagnosis.
(D) For others a big, furry dog or a soft feather pillow brings on the sneezes or itchy eyes.
(E) Although millions of Americans have allergies, no one knows definitely how allergies develop or
why some people have them and others do not.
(F) For some people the little green tassels dropping from the trees and the fluffy pink, white, and
yellow blossoms announce the arrival of allergy season.
The correct answer is: E
7.Which of the following contains the topic sentence?
(A) As an English writer has written, “Providence in her wise disposition has placed these people in a
garden of Eden, where the means of subsistence are found without much labor, and does not
require them to toil and slave to satisfy their personal wants.” (B) By the yard stick of human action
in temperature countries, the Filipinos do not work hard. (C) Foreign writers have rashly accused the
Filipinos of “indolence.” (D) The Filipinos take life easy because of the tropical climate and the
liberality of nature. (E) Such may seem the case, but foreign critics are interpreting it as a
manifestation of racial laziness.
The correct answer is: B

A. The correct answer is:


Arrange the following sentences to form a coherent paragraph.
Shakespeare never grows old. Why is that? It’s because he expresses timeless truths with
unparalleled literary excellence. The study of Shakespeare is essential for a good education.
[The first reason to study Shakespeare is to develop one’s appreciation for great literature].
[Shakespeare’s genius is evident, not only in his sonnets and other poems, but in some three dozen
plays]. [His characters are vivid and his plots compelling]. [Once you’ve met them, who can ever
forget Hamlet or Lady Macbeth - his grief, or her guilt - or Beatrice and Benedick, and their
humorous banter?] It’s not an accident that Shakespeare is the most-quoted author in the English
language. [He also confers a rich vocabulary]. [The prestigious Oxford English Dictionary estimates
that Shakespeare “coined” about 1700 words]. [What better way to develop an appreciation for great
literature than by studying the best?]
[Clearly, there is an enduring value in Shakespeare]. [In addition to his literary gifts, Shakespeare
reveals deep spiritual insights]. [ The plays of Shakespeare rest upon and express a Biblical
worldview]. Although he tapped many sources for inspiration, his primary source was Scripture. One
researcher has documented over 1,300 Biblical references in Shakespeare, an average of about
forty per play. Shakespeare wrote from a God-centered, redemptive perspective. The great Biblical
themes are all there.
Given the magnitude of his contribution, it is no wonder that scholars like E. D. Hirsch have insisted
on the importance of reading Shakespeare to develop a basic, “cultural literacy.” Shakespeare
provides a wonderful ‘bridge’ for discussing the great questions of life, and for rediscovering the
richness in Western civilization.
The works of Shakespeare constitute a rich literary, spiritual and cultural treasure, just waiting for
discovery. Students of Shakespeare are rewarded for their efforts. But that’s a bonus. It’s like getting
paid to play.
B. The correct answer is:
Arrange the following sentences to form a coherent paragraph.
Every four years, the whole world stops to watch international sporting events such as the Olympics
and the Football World Cup in which athletes show their best performance to make their country
proud. These sporting occasions have proved to be helpful in easing international tension in difficult
times when powerful leaders were trying to control the world’s economy and other governments
were fighting over the land.
[The Olympic Games are one of the best examples which prove how sporting events can bring
nations together, at least temporarily]. [From the ancient History, when Greeks and Romans would
interrupt battles to participate in the games, to the more recent international disputes, when athletes
from Palestine and Israel would forget their differences, compete peacefully and even embrace each
other after an event]. [Moreover, these popular events have called the world’s attention to the terrible
consequences of wars; thus some leaders have tried to reach agreements to end their disputes and
live peacefully].
Similarly, international sporting events show benefits in some developing countries which live in a
daily internal civil war. [For example, Brazil has a high rate of unemployment, lack of education,
hunger, crime, poverty and corruption which leads to an immense embarrassment of being Brazilian
and a low self-esteem]. [However, when the Football World Cup starts, the Brazilian squad, which is
considered the best team in the world, provokes an amazing feeling of pride in their country]. [Most
people seem to forget all their problems and even the criminal activity decreases]. They paint roads
with the national colors, wear the Brazilian team shirts and buy national flags. [Moreover, the
competition brings families and neighbors together and even rival gangs watch the games and
celebrate peacefully].
[In conclusion, popular sporting events play an important role in decreasing international tensions
and liberating patriotic feelings as history has shown].
C. The correct answer is:
Fill in the blanks with the appropriate transition word. Choose one from the given choices below.
Turkish governments have been trying to join the European union for years. Despite all the difficult
tasks that have to be achieved in order to join the EU, Turkish governments are persistent. Turkish
citizens seem to agree with their governments, too. Why do we insist on becoming a member of the
union then? It is probably because of the differences between the happiness levels of Turkish and
EU citizens.
A study has been conducted on contentment and optimism of people in Turkey and the EU, which
revealed that as a nation we have low levels of satisfaction and happiness. Nearly two thirds of
Turkish people are discontent with their lives, [while] four fifths of the EU citizens are satisfied with
their lives. Approximately the same results can be observed on people’s thoughts about their
countries’ present and future conditions. It is obvious that people in the EU are happier than the
people in Turkey, [but] why are we unhappy and pessimistic in contrast to EU citizens?
There are plenty of reasons for the discontentment of people in Turkey compared to those in EU,
[but] there are some reasons of greater significance, [such as] differences in income, welfare, and
stability.
[first of all], it is known that there is a great gap between the incomes of Turkish and EU citizens.
This means that a person in EU who does the same job as a person in Turkey will receive a higher
salary in Europe than in Turkey. Similarly, an unemployed person in EU is paid more or has more
pension and social rights than an unemployed person in our country.
[moreover], there is another fact which is a result of earlier ones: there are many people below
poverty line and starvation limit in Turkey. These conditions lead to dissatisfaction in the country, we
cannot be happy when we are starving, can we?
[furthermore], Turkish economic and government systems lack stability. Considering successive
crises and growths following these, it can be said that Turkish economy is fluctuating. Just as the
economy, government has no sign of continuity. Each new government blames the previous
governments and changes what they have done. These acts are justified as being necessary [but]
generally lead to nothing but corruption. Lack of continuity causes confusion, [as] people need time
to get used to new conditions. If you do not give them enough time and change the conditions again,
just like in Turkey, the result will be confusion followed by depression. [however], in Europe there is
a system that goes on without great disruptions, which means that there is a stable life and a
predictable, better to say a hopeful, future.
As I mentioned before, our persistence in joining the EU may be because of their happiness against
our discontentment. We hope to find satisfaction, which we could not find alone, in Europe.
Considering the fact that neither EU nor any other unions can grant happiness without any effort, is it
not better that we work for our own benefit, not only to join the EU?
D. Identify the topic sentence.
(A) Most people want to get married and have children. (B) Perhaps they want to leave a trace or
offspring after them, so that they become somehow “immortal”. (C) And it is commonly said that
children are the ultimate bliss in our lives. (D) Although many people agree with this statement, to
my mind, it is not true
The correct answer is: D
E.Identify the topic sentence.
(A) Everyday in one way or another we are trying to find happiness in a complete chaos, that is what
all we are struggling for. (B) Actually, temporary happiness is everywhere if we want to find it and
search for it. (C) Sometimes it is just as close as a cute kitten to us, sometimes giving a hand to
someone who is in need of us is enough. (D) Even taking a breath may give somebody the absolute
happiness at times. (E) But what if we leave temporary happiness alone and decide to construct our
lives on basic principles of permanent happiness? (F) Certainly these principles depend on one’s
characteristics and point of view. (G) In my opinion, social relations, acceptance and independence
are the most important elements of permanent happiness in life.
The correct answer is: G
F. Identify the topic sentence.
(A) The expansion of the world population is the most important problem that should be solved in
order not to confront in the near future big social problems such as bad economic circumstances and
lack of resources, food and housing. (B) Birth control, although may lead to religious, cultural and
moral objections, is the fastest way to reduce the population growth rate. (C) Therefore,
governments should begin programs of birth control even in a compulsory manner due to the fact
that group survival is more important than individual freedom.
The correct answer is: A

Read the given paragraph below:


Differences Between Tokyo and Kyoto
In recent decades, the title of one of the most popular cultures worldwide should be definitely given
to Japan. Millions of people all over the world study the Japanese language,
watch dorama (dramatic TV series on all kinds of topics) or animation, read and write haiku, and
make pen pals with Japanese people. Countless people buy tickets and fly to the country of the
rising sun to see its wonders with their own eyes.
Among the most popular destinations—mostly because these city names are most known to the
western public—are Tokyo and Kyoto. And perhaps for an inexperienced traveler, there is a
dilemma: where to go? Mostly, people know that Tokyo is a mega city of the future, and Kyoto has
more to do with ancient culture, traditions, and so on. Basically it is true, but at the same time, there
also exist more subtle differences one should consider when choosing their destination point in
Japan.
The first of them is prices. Tokyo is expensive—as you might expect from the capital of the most
urbanized country in the world (the prices below are listed in Japanese yen: 1 USD approximately
equals 100 yen). So, to grab some inexpensive snack in Tokyo would cost around 850 yen. Having a
three-course meal for two people in a mid-range restaurant, in case you travel with your spouse, will
cost you 5,230 yen. A one-way ticket on Tokyo transport costs you 190 yen, and renting one room
apartment outside of the city center costs 77,853 yen (and this is probably a weekly price). Just do
not expect this apartment to be big and cozy; most likely it will be tiny, with basic utilities, and with no
central heating (actually, there is no such thing in Japan at all—everyone warms their house up on
their own). If you think of buying an apartment in Tokyo, forget it—one square meter of a room
outside of the city center is around 1 million yen (double the price if you want to live closer to the city
center).
Kyoto is not much cheaper. Although dining in a restaurant is cheaper—only 4,000 yen for two
persons in a mid-range restaurant—transportation costs are surprisingly higher: 235 yen for a ride
(however, if you want to purchase a monthly pass, it is cheaper to do in Kyoto rather than in Tokyo:
8,410 yen compared to 10,000 yen). If you think you can save some money buying food in a market,
you are correct only in particulars: some products in Japan cost a lot of money no matter where you
buy them. For example, white rice costs 850 yen for 1 kg in Kyoto (453 yen in Tokyo). White bread,
tomatoes, chicken breasts, and especially cheese—these are the most expensive products both in
Kyoto and in Tokyo. Speaking of accommodation, renting or buying an apartment in Kyoto is much
cheaper: for a one room apartment outside of Kyoto’s center, you must pay 48,000 yen to rent, or
300,000 yen per square meter if you want to buy it (Numbeo.com).
Tokyo is great to visit if you enjoy hustle and bustle, if you want to feel the heartbeat of a mega-city,
dive into its life, and experience all those crazy things people in the West usually tell about Japan.
Be prepared for the overcrowded subway— and “overcrowded” is a gentle way to put it; in fact, you
can take a 60-minute ride in the subway, and your feet will not even touch the floor, because you will
be squeezed between other people so tight that you can even take a nap in this position. Kyoto, on
the other hand, is good to visit for all those who feel inspired by traditional Japanese culture: haiku,
hanami, court customs, the No theater, and so on. In Kyoto, you will not see amazing skyscrapers,
over 280 subway stations, and the craziness of the famous Shibuya crossing; instead, get prepared
for temples, tea houses, museums: all things antique and authentic. But, if you want modernity, go to
Tokyo, and you will not feel disappointed—this city already lives in the future (Go Overseas).
It is difficult to say which city is better for an inexperienced tourist to visit, Tokyo or Kyoto. Kyoto is
cheaper, especially in terms of renting an apartment, and is more suitable for those looking for the
old Japanese culture weaved into sophisticated palaces made during Heian-jidai. Tokyo, on the
contrary, is an enormous metropolis, with crazy prices, crazy transportation, crazy everything. The
atmospheres are different, but both of the cities will make you awed, so if you have a chance, you
should definitely visit them.
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Based on the given example of compare and contrast essay, which of the two cities is cheaper in
terms of dining?
Answer: KYOTO

----What type of definition is used in the given paragraph?


Newton’s First Law: If the total force acting on an object is zero, its center of mass continues in the
same state of motion.
In other words, an object initially at rest is predicted to remain at rest if the total force acting on it is
zero, and an object in motion remains in motion with the same velocity in the same direction. The
converse of Newton’s first law is also true: if we observe an object moving with constant velocity
along a straight line, then the total force on it must be zero. You may encounter the term “net force,”
which is simply a synonym for total force
The correct answer is: Denotation
----True or False: The rising action refers to events caused by the climax.
The correct answer is: False
.----Read the following paragraph and identify what type of description is used:
Back in 1999 this fearless athlete posed in this football picture. In the far distance below the
cloudless sky stands an off-white stadium. Embedded in the center is large, cracked, blue, painted,
letters that spell out BISON. Beneath the old stadium are rows of worn-out bleachers which are
completely empty. Up in front stands the competitor down on one knee. As you observe more, the
sport player is wearing a blue Bison jersey sporting the number 60. To the left above the freshly
trimmed green grass that engulfs this player’s figure lays a football. In the center of the picture, you
see her pale white face and dark brown eyes. Around these features you can not help but notice the
bronzed hair; which appears to be pulled back around this slender face. Her stern look shows how
proud she is; nonetheless, all the confidence she carries on her padded up shoulders. This unique
woman is not only elegant and brave; she is my sister, Margaret Eva Hoyt.
The correct answer is: Subjective description
-----Read the given paragraph below:
Differences Between Tokyo and Kyoto
In recent decades, the title of one of the most popular cultures worldwide should be definitely given
to Japan. Millions of people all over the world study the Japanese language, watch dorama
(dramatic TV series on all kinds of topics) or animation, read and write haiku, and make pen pals
with Japanese people. Countless people buy tickets and fly to the country of the rising sun to see its
wonders with their own eyes.
Among the most popular destinations—mostly because these city names are most known to the
western public—are Tokyo and Kyoto. And perhaps for an inexperienced traveler, there is a
dilemma: where to go? Mostly, people know that Tokyo is a mega city of the future, and Kyoto has
more to do with ancient culture, traditions, and so on. Basically it is true, but at the same time, there
also exist more subtle differences one should consider when choosing their destination point in
Japan.
The first of them is prices. Tokyo is expensive—as you might expect from the capital of the most
urbanized country in the world (the prices below are listed in Japanese yen: 1 USD approximately
equals 100 yen). So, to grab some inexpensive snack in Tokyo would cost around 850 yen. Having a
three-course meal for two people in a mid-range restaurant, in case you travel with your spouse, will
cost you 5,230 yen. A one-way ticket on Tokyo transport costs you 190 yen, and renting one room
apartment outside of the city center costs 77,853 yen (and this is probably a weekly price). Just do
not expect this apartment to be big and cozy; most likely it will be tiny, with basic utilities, and with no
central heating (actually, there is no such thing in Japan at all—everyone warms their house up on
their own). If you think of buying an apartment in Tokyo, forget it—one square meter of a room
outside of the city center is around 1 million yen (double the price if you want to live closer to the city
center).
Kyoto is not much cheaper. Although dining in a restaurant is cheaper—only 4,000 yen for two
persons in a mid-range restaurant—transportation costs are surprisingly higher: 235 yen for a ride
(however, if you want to purchase a monthly pass, it is cheaper to do in Kyoto rather than in Tokyo:
8,410 yen compared to 10,000 yen). If you think you can save some money buying food in a market,
you are correct only in particulars: some products in Japan cost a lot of money no matter where you
buy them. For example, white rice costs 850 yen for 1 kg in Kyoto (453 yen in Tokyo). White bread,
tomatoes, chicken breasts, and especially cheese—these are the most expensive products both in
Kyoto and in Tokyo. Speaking of accommodation, renting or buying an apartment in Kyoto is much
cheaper: for a one room apartment outside of Kyoto’s center, you must pay 48,000 yen to rent, or
300,000 yen per square meter if you want to buy it (Numbeo.com).
Tokyo is great to visit if you enjoy hustle and bustle, if you want to feel the heartbeat of a mega-city,
dive into its life, and experience all those crazy things people in the West usually tell about Japan.
Be prepared for the overcrowded subway— and “overcrowded” is a gentle way to put it; in fact, you
can take a 60-minute ride in the subway, and your feet will not even touch the floor, because you will
be squeezed between other people so tight that you can even take a nap in this position. Kyoto, on
the other hand, is good to visit for all those who feel inspired by traditional Japanese culture: haiku,
hanami, court customs, the No theater, and so on. In Kyoto, you will not see amazing skyscrapers,
over 280 subway stations, and the craziness of the famous Shibuya crossing; instead, get prepared
for temples, tea houses, museums: all things antique and authentic. But, if you want modernity, go to
Tokyo, and you will not feel disappointed—this city already lives in the future (Go Overseas).
It is difficult to say which city is better for an inexperienced tourist to visit, Tokyo or Kyoto. Kyoto is
cheaper, especially in terms of renting an apartment, and is more suitable for those looking for the
old Japanese culture weaved into sophisticated palaces made during Heian-jidai. Tokyo, on the
contrary, is an enormous metropolis, with crazy prices, crazy transportation, crazy everything. The
atmospheres are different, but both of the cities will make you awed, so if you have a chance, you
should definitely visit them.
Based on the given example of compare and contrast essay, which of the two cities is cheaper in
terms of dining?
The correct answer is: Kyoto
------True or False: Descriptive paragraphs may or may not appeal to the five senses of the readers.
The correct answer is: False
----Cause and effect requires a
The correct answer is: coherent
-------The correct answer is:
Based on the sample paragraph, complete the outline:
I. [Personal Computer]
A. [Desktop]
- [permanent location required]
- [more power]
- [more storage]
- [more versatile]
B. [Laptop/notebook]
- [portable]
- [battery-operated]
- [slightly larger than a hardcover book]
II. [Workstation]
A. [enhanced capabilities]
B. [suitable for game development]
III. [Server]
A. [needs optimization]
B. [lots of memory]
IV. [Main frame]
A. [network of terminals]
V. [Supercomputer]
B. [for massive jobs of calculation]
-----Read the given paragraph below:
Differences Between Tokyo and Kyoto
In recent decades, the title of one of the most popular cultures worldwide should be definitely given
to Japan. Millions of people all over the world study the Japanese language, watch dorama
(dramatic TV series on all kinds of topics) or animation, read and write haiku, and make pen pals
with Japanese people. Countless people buy tickets and fly to the country of the rising sun to see its
wonders with their own eyes.
Among the most popular destinations—mostly because these city names are most known to the
western public—are Tokyo and Kyoto. And perhaps for an inexperienced traveler, there is a
dilemma: where to go? Mostly, people know that Tokyo is a mega city of the future, and Kyoto has
more to do with ancient culture, traditions, and so on. Basically it is true, but at the same time, there
also exist more subtle differences one should consider when choosing their destination point in
Japan.
The first of them is prices. Tokyo is expensive—as you might expect from the capital of the most
urbanized country in the world (the prices below are listed in Japanese yen: 1 USD approximately
equals 100 yen). So, to grab some inexpensive snack in Tokyo would cost around 850 yen. Having a
three-course meal for two people in a mid-range restaurant, in case you travel with your spouse, will
cost you 5,230 yen. A one-way ticket on Tokyo transport costs you 190 yen, and renting one room
apartment outside of the city center costs 77,853 yen (and this is probably a weekly price). Just do
not expect this apartment to be big and cozy; most likely it will be tiny, with basic utilities, and with no
central heating (actually, there is no such thing in Japan at all—everyone warms their house up on
their own). If you think of buying an apartment in Tokyo, forget it—one square meter of a room
outside of the city center is around 1 million yen (double the price if you want to live closer to the city
center).
Kyoto is not much cheaper. Although dining in a restaurant is cheaper—only 4,000 yen for two
persons in a mid-range restaurant—transportation costs are surprisingly higher: 235 yen for a ride
(however, if you want to purchase a monthly pass, it is cheaper to do in Kyoto rather than in Tokyo:
8,410 yen compared to 10,000 yen). If you think you can save some money buying food in a market,
you are correct only in particulars: some products in Japan cost a lot of money no matter where you
buy them. For example, white rice costs 850 yen for 1 kg in Kyoto (453 yen in Tokyo). White bread,
tomatoes, chicken breasts, and especially cheese—these are the most expensive products both in
Kyoto and in Tokyo. Speaking of accommodation, renting or buying an apartment in Kyoto is much
cheaper: for a one room apartment outside of Kyoto’s center, you must pay 48,000 yen to rent, or
300,000 yen per square meter if you want to buy it (Numbeo.com).
Tokyo is great to visit if you enjoy hustle and bustle, if you want to feel the heartbeat of a mega-city,
dive into its life, and experience all those crazy things people in the West usually tell about Japan.
Be prepared for the overcrowded subway— and “overcrowded” is a gentle way to put it; in fact, you
can take a 60-minute ride in the subway, and your feet will not even touch the floor, because you will
be squeezed between other people so tight that you can even take a nap in this position. Kyoto, on
the other hand, is good to visit for all those who feel inspired by traditional Japanese culture: haiku,
hanami, court customs, the No theater, and so on. In Kyoto, you will not see amazing skyscrapers,
over 280 subway stations, and the craziness of the famous Shibuya crossing; instead, get prepared
for temples, tea houses, museums: all things antique and authentic. But, if you want modernity, go to
Tokyo, and you will not feel disappointed—this city already lives in the future (Go Overseas).
It is difficult to say which city is better for an inexperienced tourist to visit, Tokyo or Kyoto. Kyoto is
cheaper, especially in terms of renting an apartment, and is more suitable for those looking for the
old Japanese culture weaved into sophisticated palaces made during Heian-jidai. Tokyo, on the
contrary, is an enormous metropolis, with crazy prices, crazy transportation, crazy everything. The
atmospheres are different, but both of the cities will make you awed, so if you have a chance, you
should definitely visit them.
Which of the two cities has the higher cost for transportation?
The correct answer is: Kyoto
=----This refers to the logical transition of one sentence or paragraph to another
The correct answer is: consistency
----
_____ refers to the technique that suggest hints on future events in a story.
The correct answer is: Foreshadowing
----True or False: The subject in a descriptive paragraph may be conveyed in detail through an
explanation of its significance.
The correct answer is: True

--Which of the following statements is not true according to the essay?


The correct answer is: Volunteering is simply "working for free"
--One advantage of volunteering is meeting new people. Which of the following is not one of the
benefits it could yield?
The correct answer is: have companions for future volunteer work
--Which of the following is not said to be a health benefit of volunteering?
The correct answer is: heals the body and mind of any mental and psychological problems
--More and more employers are looking into volunteering experiences than personal skills.
The correct answer is: True
--What is the author's conclusion?
The correct answer is: a summary of all the points that he/she presented in the essay.
--Read the excerpt of a persuasive essay below and answer the following given questions.
So, what makes Southeast Asia a tourism option you should consider?
(1) The first reason is the prices all across the region: they are ridiculously low. (2) One of the first
problems a backpacker needs to solve after arriving to a new country is accommodation. (3) In
Southeast Asia—almost everywhere—accommodation is so cheap that for the money a tourist
would spend on a hostel in Europe for one week, in this region, he or she could live one month! (4)
See for yourself: if you go to Cambodia or Laos, a place in a dorm room would cost you somewhere
between $2-5 per day. (5) A night in a Vietnamese hostel will cost you $8-10. Thailand is probably
the most expensive in the list, with prices between $6-13. (6) If you are not fond of living with a
bunch of unfamiliar people, get ready to pay only $15-20 for a private room. (7) Of course, these
prices depend on cities—larger cities and popular tourist destinations will naturally be more
expensive, but generally, throughout the entire Southeast Asia, you can find extremely cheap
accommodation easily, especially considering there is no need to book a hostel in advance:
basically, you show up and rent a room/bed in the spot (NomadicMatt). (8) So, if you are a tourist
with a limited budget, worrying about a place to stay for a couple of weeks, Southeast Asia is your
choice: living here is more than affordable.
(9) By the way, the same refers to food. (10) Almost everywhere around Southeast Asia you will be
able to find quality street food for low prices. (11) The price for a pack of chewing gum in the United
States equals a huge portion of filling, exotic food in Vietnam.
(12) As well as the “mainland” Asia, the region possesses ancient history and deep culture closely
interconnected with Buddhism. (13) The ruins of Angkor Wat, Javans, Champa, pagodas of Bagan,
millenary temples and shrines—all this and much more awaits a tourist discovering this part of Asia.
(14) Relics of the past are so numerous that even if you spend a year in the region, you will probably
not be able to see all of them. (15) Along with the ancient times, Southeast Asia has gone through
intense political and military turmoils during the recent century. (16) The war in Vietnam, the terror of
the Khmer Rouge, the destruction of Laos, Pacific navy battles, Japanese invasions—this is just a
tiny part of what was going on here not so long ago. (17) Knowing about the hardships Southeast
Asia had gone through, and witnessing its rapid development now, watching incredible contrasts
intertwine and combine, it is difficult to not fall in love with this place. (18) Besides, if you are seeking
for cultural diversity, Southeast Asia has it all: with such a diversity of languages, customs,
ethnicities, religious beliefs, lifestyles, and fashions concentrated on such a relatively small piece of
land, your immersion in the atmosphere of this place will be instant, deep, and impressive
(Bootsnall.com).
(19) Yet another good argument for a budget tourist visiting Southeast Asia is the convenience and
affordability of transportation in the region. (20) Naturally, when you arrive to a new country, you do
not want to spend your whole time in one city—you want to see all of what this country can offer, and
this often implies using public transport, such as trains or buses. (21) Well, booking transportation in
Southeast Asia is easier and cheaper than in many other regions of the world; every big city is
flooded with travel agencies offering their services for almost no cost, and even getting to some
distant islands is not a problem (Goatsontheroad.com). (22) A bus is usually the cheapest way to travel
around the region: a 5-6 hours ride by a bus will cost you only $5-8. (23) Overnight buses are
somewhat more costly —$10-15 dollars, depending on distance. (24) As for the transportation within
big cities, there is only good news for a poor tourist. (25) For example, a bust around Bangkok costs
only 10 cents, and the subway, $1. (26) The local train system of Singapore starts its pricing from $1
as well. (27) Taxis and minibuses are usually more expensive, but it is possible to bargain with the
drivers, so you can get a price up to two times lower than the one initially suggested by a cab owner.
(Nomadicmatt.com). (28) All of which means, in a nutshell, that you will be able to see everything you
want, get everywhere, and spend a reasonable amount of money.
(29) Southeast Asia is a unique region with ancient history, rich culture, incredible food, and unique
experiences a traveler can get from visiting it. (30) With incredibly low accommodation prices,
affordable food, and convenient transportation, this part of Asia is a number one choice for a budget
tourist. (31) Therefore, when planning your next trip, you should definitely consider going there.
QUESTIONS:
Give the number of the sentence that conveys what is asked. Only one answer is required per
question.
Second reason presented by author on why Southeast Asia is a viable tourism option: Answer
9 =10
Correct
An evidence of the second reason presented by the author. Answer
11
Correct
A sentence which gives an evidence of the affordability of transportation in Southeast Asia. Answer
21 =22 =24 =25 =26
Correct
The sentence concluding the first reason presented by the author. Answer
8
Correct
The sentence concluding the paragraph on the diverse culture of Southeast Asia. Answer
17 =18
Correct

The most common method of discovering a topic.


The correct answer is: Brainstorming
Which step in writing process includes coming up with ideas for you to write?
The correct answer is: Pre-writing
Tell which figure of speech is used in the following sentences.
The leaves of the trees waved in the wind
.The correct answer is: Personification
The sequential flow of ideas in a sentence.
The correct answer is: Coherence
Each level of an outline must have same grammatical structures.
The correct answer is: Parallel structure
_________ is the part of the story where the characters and setting are introduced. It also tells
backstories and other important plot events.
The correct answer is: Exposition
The logical transition of one sentence or paragraph to another.
The correct answer is: Consistency
_________ is the formal definition of a term.
The correct answer is: Denotation
Tell which figure of speech is used in the following sentences.
Laughter is music for the soul.
The correct answer is: Metaphor
Tell which figure of speech is used in the following sentences.
Her eyes were like fireflies
.The correct answer is: Simile
Which of these statements are supporting details?
I. But they face certain problems which cannot be discussed with his relatives – in whatever relation
they may stand and here is the need of a friend, of course a true friend. There is no matter which
cannot be discussed with a friend.
II. Friendship is seen even among animals.
III. Men of similar moral idea irrespective of social, cultural, educational and financial idea may grow
true friendship.
The correct answer is: Both II and III are supporting details
The correct answer is: Both II and III are supporting details
_________ shows the formation of the word and how it has evolved through time.
The correct answer is: Etymology
There are terms that are defined by the author’s perspective and experiences. What are these terms
called?
The correct answer is: Connotation
Nordquist suggested the structure of paragraphs in a problem-solution essay to serve as a guide on
what to include in that type of essay. Which of the following is the elaboration of the problems and
the search for the solution?
The correct answer is: Problem Paragraph
The most unrestrained method in finding a suitable topic.
The correct answer is: Freewriting
Which of the following is the best test of friendship?
The correct answer is: Adversity
Which step in the writing process includes expressing ideas in sentences and paragraphs?
The correct answer is: Writing
Why are human beings the best creation of God?
The correct answer is: Because human beings have moral feelings.
Tell which figure of speech is used in the following sentences.
I’m so hungry I could eat a horse!
The correct answer is: Hyperbole
The time and the place where the story takes place.
The correct answer is: Setting
Which of the following sentences is not coherent?
The correct answer is: Summer is the smell of mowed grass, the sound of outdoor concerts, and the
way grilled hamburgers taste.
The highest point in a story.
The correct answer is: Climax
Which of the following statements is true about the three main principles in developing classification
paragraphs?
I. The specific items identified in paragraphs must belong to one class only to avoid confusion.
II. Classification paragraphs must contain consistency wherein one sentence or paragraph is parallel
to another.
III. Classification paragraphs require the writer to include connected classes/groups to the paragraph
to complete the image of the main idea.
The correct answer is: All of the statements are correct.
Which step in the writing process includes correcting mechanical errors and filtering the information
needed to get your point across?
The correct answer is: Revising
The technique in finding a writing topic by finding the relationships between ideas.
The correct answer is: Clustering
The element of a paragraph that gives life to the characters and gives sense to the setting.
The correct answer is: Plot
A story cannot be without a foundation. The writer gives the readers a view of what has happened to
the characters in the past and how they came to be. Which narrative device is used to show these
parts of the story?
The correct answer is: Backstory
The intent of dividing items into groups.
The correct answer is: Exclusiveness
Which of the following sentences is the topic sentence of the paragraph?
The correct answer is: Friendship means closeness, association, relationship, and mutual trust –
without any selfish motive.
Which of the following is not true about the topic sentence of a paragraph?
The correct answer is: The topic sentence gives life to the paragraph.
Which step in the writing process includes checking for errors of your work?
The correct answer is: Editing
_________ is the outcome of the events and the character’s actions.
The correct answer is: Resolution
Read the paragraph and answer the following questions.
There are a few places that can boast an act of creation everyday. A newspaper is one of them. Out
of the daily newsroom whirl emerges a remarkable product. In a matter of hours, thousands of words
and pictures are put together in a cohesive pattern designed to inform, enlighten, and entertain the
reader. To a casual observer, the men and women working in the newsroom may appear to be
running about aimlessly amid the clatter of typewriters and the continually ringing telephones.
Actually, the scurrying around, the occasional shouting, the general air of excitement are all part of a
controlled procedure. Each editor, reporter, and copyboy has a designated job, the end result of
which is the newspaper that rolls off the press on time.
1. The topic sentence in the paragraph is sentence number
ANSWER: three =3
2. The type of paragraph development: Answer
descriptive =description
3. Give one signal word from the paragraph, indicating space, location and place. Answer: amid
Which narrative device is used by the writer to present hints to future events?
The correct answer is: Foreshadowing
Based on the paragraph, why are true friendships rarely seen?
The correct answer is: Because true friendships depend upon selection of a friend.
There are terms that are associated with indirectly related words through analogy. What are these
terms called?
The correct answer is: Comparison
Tell which figure of speech is used in the following sentences.
He’s as gentle as a bunny.
The correct answer is: Simile
So, although on the surface volunteering may look like “working for free,” in fact it is a great
investment in one’s future career.
---The correct answer is: Claim of value
Defense mechanisms are numerous, and each person has a set of their own.
---The correct answer is: Claim of fact
Stories about being abducted by aliens are frightening, because knowing the size of the Universe,
one can never be sure that aliens do not exist, or that their intentions are non-hostile.
---The correct answer is: Claim of value
During your first two days in a hostel, you can meet more new people than you did throughout your
whole last year of office work.
---The correct answer is: Claim of value
Too much alcohol may cause a lot of heart-related diseases.
---The correct answer is: Claim of fact

Which among the following choices is the most suitable/strongest inference for the given sentence?
"He admitted to plagiarizing this piece of text."
---The correct answer is: There are several passages that are exactly the same in structure, albeit
the use of synonyms
In the analysis of a written text, in what element does the following question fall?
What is the author trying to emphasize in the text?
---The correct answer is: Drawing Conclusions
In the analysis of a written text, in what element does the following question fall?
How does this statement relate to the other parts of the text?
---The correct answer is: Organization
Statements of ______ may be proven through personal observations, researches, and
experimentation.
---The correct answer is: fact
In the analysis of a written text, in what element does the following question fall?
To whom did the author intend to write the text for?
---The correct answer is: Audience

This is portrayed by the use paraphrasing another author's statement. What is being described?
---The correct answer is: Intertext
This is achieved through an accumulation of a variety of texts connecting to a single text to form a
meaning. What is being described?
---The correct answer is: Intertext
This goes beyond what is included in the text, with references a reader can easily access. What is
being described?
---The correct answer is: Hypertext
The commonly used strategy in digital media/text. What is being described?
---The correct answer is: Hypertext
This analyzes the media in which the text is used. What is being described?
---The correct answer is: Context

Critical reading is a way to identify new ways of thinking.


---The correct answer is: True
Often mistaken as a plagiarized passage.
---The correct answer is: Intertext
A strategy in critical reading that requires the reader to put himself/herself on the author's shoes.
---The correct answer is: Contextualizing
This involves the analysis of the author's use of signs in obtaining the meaning of the text.
---The correct answer is: Intertext
This element of text is identified for the reader to know how this was developed and asserted
throughout the text.
---The correct answer is: purpose
Therefore, I think it is important to learn to distinguish between light constructive feelings of care,
and intense romantic addiction, which can lead to unforeseen consequences.
---The correct answer is: Claim of policy
The death penalty is an unfair and rather ineffective means of punishment.
---The correct answer is: Claim of value
Feminism should be seen as a movement that has a role and value for the real world that is
extremely difficult to underestimate.
---The correct answer is: Claim of policy
You will identify this through comparing and contrasting the text to other works.
---The correct answer is: What a text does
This uses various techniques such as allusion, quotation and referencing.
---The correct answer is: Intertext
Reading like a writer can help you understand how the process of writing is a series of making
choices, and in doing so, can help you recognize important decisions you might face and techniques
you might want to use when working on your own writing.
---The correct answer is: Claim of fact
This helps the reader control the level of detail of the document he/she is examining.
---The correct answer is: Hypertext
Video games are perhaps the most popular and widespread form of entertainment at present.
---The correct answer is: Claim of value
One of the most important functions of the judicial system is to punish the criminals and to protect
the innocent.
---The correct answer is: Claim of fact
Instead of killing time playing Angry Birds, one might want to use their gadget as a learning tool—
modern mobile devices are perfectly suited for this purpose.
---The correct answer is: Claim of policy
In ____, the critical reader does not accept anything at face value, thus recognizing the fact that
everything must be thoroughly understood.
---The correct answer is: evaluating an argument
The following are the types of reading and discussion in critical reading except:
---The correct answer is: What a text will do
You will identify this through taking notes and paraphrasing the key points.
---The correct answer is: What a text says
Standardized tests are meant to set a high standard and promote objectivity.
---The correct answer is: Claim of value
For political correctness to achieve its goals, too many words have to be banned.
---The correct answer is: Claim of policy
Critical reading may only consist of negative observations and analysis.
---The correct answer is: False
One of the main purposes of testing is to set a standard: a performance baseline of progress for all
parties involved in the educational process—students, teachers, and school districts, and to hold
them accountable for achieving it.
---The correct answer is: Claim of fact
People in democratic countries vote for their candidates on presidential elections, freely express
themselves, practice any religion they want, and enjoy many other rights and freedoms, all of which
are guarded by numerous laws, bills, non-governmental organizations, and so on.
---The correct answer is: Claim of fact
This is used to establish connections between language, images, characters, topics, themes and the
like.
---The correct answer is: Intertext
It is recommended to read looking only for facts and more information.
---The correct answer is: False
This type of reading aims to find a particular piece of information in a text.
---The correct answer is: scanning
Execution is actually a judicial murder.
---The correct answer is: Claim of fact
Critical reading aims to find the faults and flaws in the text.
---The correct answer is: False
It is important to slowly read and savor the text you're reading in order to critically analyze it.
---The correct answer is: True
It's deemed irrelevant to consider other points of view other than what the text presents.
---The correct answer is: False

St. Thomas Aquinas gave five proofs for God’s existence. The first two are cosmological: there can
be no uncaused cause, so the universe could not have created itself, so there must be a first
cause/prime mover, (Appiah, 2003, p. 322), which he calls “God.” This, in my view, does not prove
anything. He is saying the universe cannot have come from nothing, but its creator can. If God is an
exception to the “no uncaused cause” rule, why cannot the universe be? (Russell, 1927).
---The correct answer is: Counterclaim
Lord Templeman suggested that the issue of consent was irrelevant to the question of the illegality
of an action, since the latter constitutes a breach of the peace. This traces back to high-minded
English snobbery about a king needing able-bodied soldiers. The idea seems to be that a society is
more important than its individuals. But this is, of course, erroneous, for it seems obvious, upon
reflection, that there can be nothing more sacred than individual liberty.
---The correct answer is: Counterclaim
On the other hand, the exploitation of the system of standardized testing is linked to a number of
issues. Thus, many feel that tests do not provide accurate evaluations of a student’s knowledge and
learning capabilities, particularly due to the fact that in order to pass a test, a simple memorization is
preferred to critical thinking and higher learning (Strong 254).
---The correct answer is: Counterclaim
Of course, any book can be described like this; for example, the plot of “The Lord of the Rings” can
be described even in a shorter way: “Four guys go to a dangerous land to defeat ancient evil by
destroying an important artifact, and their friends help them.” However, unlike Tolkien’s novel,
Twilight has nothing to offer to a reader except the events described in the previous paragraph. This
is ridiculous, considering four published books, some sort of online encyclopedia, and movies.
---The correct answer is: Counterclaim
It is equally possible many gods could exist. Furthermore, St. Thomas uses “God” as a label for the
first cause. The first cause is not necessarily the Christian God (Dawkins, 2007, p. 101)—all-
knowing, all-powerful, and all-good (all-k.p.g.), or anything God is usually considered to be.
---The correct answer is: Assertion - fact
Insomnia affects not only the mind, but also the body in ways no less devastating; specifically,
according to a study conducted by the University of Chicago, sleep deprivation is closely connected
to the reduced control of blood-sugar levels.
---The correct answer is: Assertion - fact
Insomnia, or sleep deprivation, is a dangerous condition leading to a wide range of health problems.
---The correct answer is: Claim
Studying is a necessity rather than a privilege.
---The correct answer is: Claim
A woman who has undergone the abortion procedure may develop such persistent symptoms as
shame, a sense of isolation, a loss of self-confidence and/or trust in other people, nightmares,
insomnia, anxiety, loneliness, and suicidal thoughts. As an unpleasant bonus, these symptoms can
be accompanied with various eating disorders (American Pregnancy Association).
---The correct answer is: Assertion - fact
What epicness is there in a lovey-dovey story about a relationship between a schoolgirl and a
vampire? Obviously none, neither in the novel, nor in the movies—it is simply a marketing turn
aimed at making the source look like something more worthwhile than it is.
---The correct answer is: Assertion - opinion
If you move to China, you will discover another reason why this country is worth moving to: its
prices.
---The correct answer is: Claim of value
The police should be responsible of the people’s safety and not a source of fear.
---The correct answer is: Claim of policy
Global warming, despite others’ doubts, exists.
---The correct answer is: Claim of fact
The four circles, or stages of mourning are denial, anger, bargaining, and depression; the exit is
acceptance.
---The correct answer is: Claim of fact
Let us choose to believe the opposite, and not doubt the possibility of us being the masters of our
lives, so that no ‘cunning demon’ can distract us with false perceptions and throw us off the right
path.
---The correct answer is: Claim of policy
At least 25 percent of the federal budget should be spent on helping upgrade business to clean
technologies, researching renewable energy sources, and planting more trees in order to control or
eliminate pollution.
---The correct answer is: Claim of policy
Volunteering is a great alternative to a number of other activities, since it can help you acquire work
experience and get a job.
---The correct answer is: Claim of value
Time is gold.
---The correct answer is: Claim of value
Anger can be effectively used to establish and defend your personal boundaries, personal space,
sense of justice, beliefs, and so on.
---The correct answer is: Claim of fact
Western classical music has not just artistic and cultural value, but also causes a number of
unexpected and (fortunately) positive effects on the human mind.
---The correct answer is: Claim of fac
Through this, the text related to the topic you are reading may be easily found through search
engines. What is being described?
---The correct answer is: Hypertext
At its whole, this will heavily affect the way the text is written. What is being described?
---The correct answer is: Context
These are the circumstances surrounding a topic. What is being described?
---The correct answer is: Context
This is also known as "interactive multimedia."
---The correct answer is: Hypertext
This can be divided into static (or something prepared or stored in advance) or dynamic (something
that continually changes). What is being described?
---The correct answer is: Hypertext
In the analysis of this, even the way pictures are selected is scrutinized. What is being described?
---The correct answer is: Context
This is described as "a structural analysis of texts in relation to the larger system of signifying
practices or uses of signs in culture." What is being described?
---The correct answer is: Intertext
A nonlinear way of presenting information. What is being described?
---The correct answer is: Hypertext
This refers to the occasion or situation in which the reader can consider while analyzing. What is
being described?
---The correct answer is: Context
This builds relationships and connections among social meanings. What is being described?
---The correct answer is: Intertext
In the analysis of a written text, in what element does the following question fall?
How does this contribute to the variety of texts done discussing the same topic?
---The correct answer is: Research/Sources
The text does not have a meaning by itself.
---The correct answer is: True
In the analysis of a written text, in what element does the following question fall?
Is the stand of the author clear?
---The correct answer is: Topic and position
Which among the following choices is the most suitable/strongest inference for the given sentence?
"Drug use is detrimental to society."
---The correct answer is: There has been multiple instances and cases displaying the dire
consequences of drugs on people.
In the analysis of a written text, in what element does the following question fall?
Where was the text published or found?
---The correct answer is: Audience
Which of the following words does not signal a statement of opinion?
---The correct answer is: according to
This is a strategy that is purposefully writing a passage leaning towards a single perspective.
---The correct answer is: slanting
In the analysis of a written text, in what element does the following question fall?
In what tone did the author write the text?
---The correct answer is: Style
Which among the following choices is the most suitable/strongest inference for the given sentence?
"This group has garnered the most music awards for this year."
---The correct answer is: They have received multiple awards from different award-giving bodies.
What do you call the terms used in a text that need further definition as they are exclusively used in
a field of study?
---The correct answer is: jargon
A part of the research report that gives the synthesis of the supporting details.
---The correct answer is: Review of Literature
The part of a research report that describes the procedure to arrive at the result.
---The correct answer is: Methods
This part of a research report describes the instrument used to arrive at a result.
---The correct answer is: Methods
This identifies what type of research it is going to be.
---The correct answer is: Research questions/hypothesis
The step in writing a research report wherein you formulate questions related to the topic.
---The correct answer is: planning the research
Rowling created truly vivid characters; however, not all of them revealed their potential from the very
beginning. Surprisingly, the one who truly took his time before finally showing his personality was
Harry. Whereas Ron, Hermione, Draco, Snape, and other characters possessed vivid and readable
personalities from the very beginning, for a long time, Harry remains some kind of an “event-trigger,”
whose main goal is to move the story forward.
---The correct answer is: Counterclaim
Many high school graduates simply do not have an opportunity to continue their education right
away (Saiz, Report on Education to Career Conversion).
---The correct answer is: Assertion - fact
They conducted a study in which a group of healthy young men slept 8 hours one night, and then
abstained from sleep another night.
---The correct answer is: Assertion - fact
Abortion causes severe psychological and emotional damage to a woman who has undergone this
surgery.
---The correct answer is: Claim
R. Dworkin does something rather novel and considers that, rather than being immoral, something
could be from a different moral code (1977, p. 995). This, of course, makes perfect sense, and is
what I have said already. I would even go so far as to suggest that it is impossible to act immorally.
This is another reason morality and legality must remain separate, because, whereas illegal acts
exist, immoral ones do not.
---The correct answer is: Assertion - fact
What did the main idea of the story make you feel as the reader? Identify what is described.
---The correct answer is: theme
A review of Harry Potter contains the following passage:
It all starts in a rather trivial way though—with a boy being branded as the “unique one,” a survivor of
a terrible assault with a destiny to defeat an evil overlord. However, this is the basic layer of the
story, so to say.
What guide question did it answer?
---The correct answer is: What is the conflict of the story?
You must have an interest in the book you're analyzing.
---The correct answer is: True
After reading the book, that's when to take notes of what you have read.
---The correct answer is: False
This is where you identify the climax of the story.
---The correct answer is: plot
Identify the part of the research report where the following passage falls:
The study, "A Content Analysis of The Catalyst’s News Stories From 1986 to 2010", seeks to find out
how The Catalyst, the official student publication of Polytechnic University of the Philippines selected
and treated the news articles they have published from 1986 to 2010.
The researchers wanted to classify the news issues which The Catalyst gave emphasis on into
categories: Political, Financial/Economic, Peace and Order, Social, Rebellion, Religious,
Sports/Entertainment, Miscellaneous and Politics within University. The researchers also sorted The
Catalyst’s news articles in terms of the following: Scope/Origin, Chronology/Sequence, Structure and
Content. Lastly, the researchers intended to determine the treatment and the tone of the news
articles.
The researchers used convenience sampling method. The researchers have content analyzed 84
existing issues from the year 1986 up to 2010. The researchers categorized 586 news articles from
the said issues into categories based on the criteria following the three major variables in content
analysis by Elena Pernia (2004).
Based on the observations and results of the content analysis, it was determined that The Catalyst’s
style changed from the orthodox style in 1986 to different forms of layout in the later years.
Moreover, The Catalyst transitioned from using blue ink to mainly using black ink and later on red
ink.
Moreover, the scope of The Catalyst’s news was mostly local. The student publication usually
covered events within the university. Most of the student publication’s news stories were straight
news. The news articles were mostly treated as neutral, meaning the news were written merely as
statement of events in the simplest and most objective way. The researchers concluded that The
Catalyst has performed its duty as the official student publication of PUP through disseminating
information that would be of concern to the students and the university.
---The correct answer is:
Abstract
Identify the part of the research report where the following passage falls:
The researchers used the three major variables by Pernia (2004) as basic instrument in analyzing
the news stories of The Catalyst. With each category is a set of keywords to make the coding easier
for the coders. The coders would determine the category an article belongs to through the keywords
provided.
---The correct answer is: Methods
Identify the part of the research report where the following passage falls:
The researchers analyzed all the news stories of each issue of The Catalyst starting from 1986 up to
2010, with the exception of the special issues released and the issues without dates available in the
university archives. There were no recorded issues of The Catalyst in the year 1989 and 1990 due to
problems within the publication while there were no issues for the year 1999 at the archives during
the time of the coding. News roundups and news bits in every issue are also not included in this
particular study but would focus on the stories in the news section and sports section.
---The correct answer is: Limitations
Identify the part of the research report where the following passage falls:
Due to lack of job opportunities here in the Philippines, there are Filipinos who were willing to work
abroad to earn higher salary compared to the Philippines’. These people are called OFWs or
Overseas Filipino Workers. They are ready to sacrifice their lives here in the Philippines for the sake
of earning more money. Because of this, they were referred to as “New Heroes”.
Our government is not that vocal about the progress of the country’s economy through the help of
OFWs yet they encourage more Filipinos to accept different jobs abroad.
The OFWs’ children are the ones highly by their parent’s departure. They have to suffer the
loneliness of not having their parent/s with them.
Although they have guardians to look after them and to care for them, nothing can compare to a
parent’s love and affection.
There are laws and agencies that protect and support OFWs but the child would not be ensured of
their parent’s safety. They would be surely anxious of the condition of their parents because of the
distance that makes the young ones worry about them.
---The correct answer is: Results
Identify the part of the research report where the following passage falls:
In line with this, the scope of the publication’s news articles is within the immediate proximity which
is the university and its branches. Therefore, these findings reflect that The Catalyst does its duty as
the student publication to serve the student body, first and foremost.
The ruling quantity of news classified into spot news depicted that the abundance of news within the
local proximity were given the utmost priority by the editorial board. Events which occurred in PUP
demanded immediate publication to easily spread the information to the rest of the university.
---The correct answer is: Conclusion
Identify the part of the research report where the following passage falls:
Departure of Filipinos was beneficial to the country and to the families of OFWs, since the dollar
reserve that we can get from them saved us from economic turmoil. But let us think about the
children as well, they may experience great loneliness due to their parent’s absence.
Communication is important, considering the distance between the parent and the child. The OFWs
should communicate with their children regularly so as not to create a distance between them. It
could also help the child if the parent is easily approachable. Imagine if communicating devices did
not exist. It would be a great suffering for both the parents and the children since snail mail, the
alternative communication, would take a long time of process just to reach the receiver, unlike e-
mail, in which the message would be sent in just a matter of seconds.
If the parents truly care for the child, they would always make a way to extend their love overseas to
reach them through communication.
The children also need their guardians to plan “outings” and other activities that they would all enjoy
for them not to feel alone.
---The correct answer is: Recommendations
Identify the part of the research report where the following passage falls:
The History of Philippine Journalism
Journalism in the Philippines has gone through a number of both setbacks and boosts. The history
of Philippine journalism presented in this study is cited from “Journalism for Filipinos” by Malinao
(2003).
In the year 1637, the first Philippine Newsletter was published - the “Successos Felices” (Fortunate
Events) of Tomas Pinpin, the father of Filipino printing. Aside from Pinpin’s one-shot fling at
journalism, the “Hojas Volantes” (Flying sheets) or Spaniards’ notice to the public, were widely
distributed in the country for mass readership.
---The correct answer is: Review of Literature
Questions:
1. In the resume, where does the information number 6 fall under?
---The correct answer is: List of key skills
2. In the resume, where does the information number 5 fall under?
---The correct answer is: Educational qualifications
3. In the resume, where does the information number 3 fall under?
---The correct answer is: Opening Statement
4. In the resume, where does information number 4 fall under?
---The correct answer is: Personal attributes/career overview
5. In the resume, where does information number 2 fall under?
---The correct answer is: Contact details
Questions:
1. What question does the following passage in the sample book review answer:
"The language Tolkien uses (and he was a British professor of linguistics and philology), the
aforementioned epic scales of storyline, the incredibly diverse cultural background behind the
novel—its characters, plot, described events—this and many other factors make reading the trilogy
rather an intellectual than entertaining occupation."
---The correct answer is: Does the way a character speaks help you to understand how that
character thinks and feels? If so, how?
2. What question does the following passage in the sample book review answer:
"And the books are indeed full of awe-inspiring moments; here are just a few of them: the first fight
with the Nazguls; the battle with the ancient demon in desolated Moria and Gandalf’s
disappearance; the death of Boromir (in my opinion, one of the most tragic moments in world
literature of the 20th century); the resurrection of Gandalf the White; the transformation of King
Theoden; the siege of Helm’s Deep; the uprising of the ents and Saruman’s exile; recruiting of the
undead army by Aragorn; the battle for Minas Tirith and the sortie to the Black Gate of Mordor; the
defeat of the Witch-King of Angmar; the annihilation of the Ring; Aragorn’s marriage with Arwen and
honors to the hobbits; finally, Frodo’s departure to the West.
---The correct answer is: What is the high point of the story? Why is this incident more important
than the others?
3. What element does the following passage discuss in the passage from the sample book review:
"While working on the book, Tolkien invented at least two fully functional languages: Elven and
Dwarven; he interpreted the Scandinavian myths (“The Saga of the Nibelungs“, in particular) and
used them to create his own unique plot, world, and characters. The number of cultural and literary
references used in “The Lord of the Rings” is enormous."
---The correct answer is: Dialogue
4. What element does the following passage discuss in the passage from the sample book review:
"The saga tells a story unfolding around The One Ring, created and lost by Sauron—an ancient
demigod of the world of Middle Earth, and the main antagonist of the saga."
---The correct answer is: Plot
5. What element does the following passage discuss in the passage from the sample book review:
"It is almost impossible to say more about the plot, because at the end of the first book, it branches
into multiple storylines."
---The correct answer is: Plot
Identify the part of the research report where the following passage falls:
The research is a quantitative research dealing with the computed numerical figures from analyzing
each news story. Through this, the researchers analyzed each criterion that will determine the
changes made in The Catalyst’s news stories over the years in terms of physical changes, as well as
in content.
---The correct answer is: Limitations
Identify the part of the research report where the following passage falls:
The researchers have coded a total of 586 news stories from The Catalyst’s issues from the year
1986 to 2010. The table above shows that focus-wise, The Catalyst presented a substantial amount
of news articles with miscellaneous issues taking up 26.97% of the total number of articles. As
provided in the definition of news by Bangkok Post, there are miscellaneous stories which
continually appear in the news section. In this study, these news articles are common stories within
PUP which did not fall to any of the other categories.
---The correct answer is: Results
Identify the part of the research report where the following passage falls:
OFW parents could influence their children in either good or bad way. Children who have parents as
overseas workers would be considered well-off in life because of the money, not to mention, dollars
sent to them. But OFWs are willing to endure all the pains and sufferings of having their families
away from them because in the end, they are recognized by the government and by every Filipino.
Because of this, former President Corazon Aquino acknowledged their sacrifices, efforts and
contributions by referring to them as the modern heroes in the speech she gave last 1988 to a group
of domestic helpers in Hong Kong.
In honor of the OFWs who kept our country’s economy afloat as well as their families’ lives, the
Philippines celebrates December as the “Month of Overseas Filipino Workers”, to pay tribute to
them.
---The correct answer is: Introduction
Questions:
1. What type of job application letter is given?
---The correct answer is: hardcopy
2. What position is the person applying for?
---The correct answer is: programmer
3. In what paragraph number did the applicant summarize his experiences?
---The correct answer is: 3
4. In what paragraph number did the applicant describe his/her skills?
---The correct answer is: 2
5. What is the name of the applicant?
---The correct answer is: John Donaldson
Questions:
1. What is the main goal/objective of the project proposal?
---The correct answer is: To identify and describe the monitoring of three common precursors and
evaluate how accurate each monitoring is in predicting earthquakes.
2. What part of the project proposal does the following sentence fall under:
"Given that I can obtain all my sources for the literature review from the library, there is no
appreciable cost associated with performing this literature review. The only costs, which will be
minor, are for copying articles, printing the review, and spiral binding the review. I estimate that I can
do these tasks for under $10."
---The correct answer is: Budget
3. What part of the project proposal does the following sentence fall under:
"I am a senior in the Geological Engineering Department at the University of Wisconsin at Madison.
In my undergraduate courses I have taken rock mechanics, soil mechanics, geophysics, and
stratigraphy, all of which have included the principles of seismology and stress-strain relationships."
---The correct answer is: Preparation
4. What part of the project proposal does the following sentence fall under:
"Because I already possess several books and articles on earthquake prediction, most of my time
will be spent sifting through the information, finding the key results, and presenting those results to
the audience."
---The correct answer is: Resources
5. What part of the project proposal does the following sentence fall under:
"A secondary audience for the review would be non-technical readers who either live in earthquake-
prone areas or are affected financially when earthquakes occur."
---The correct answer is: Significance
A review of the Twilight Saga contains the following passage:
The first and foremost question: why would a 104 year-old person fall in love with a teenager?
Theoretically, people get wiser when they get older, although reality proves it is not necessarily so. I
would understand if Edward treated Bella as an adopted daughter, at least. But love? There is a
special word for adult men having romantic and sexual relationships with teen girls. Also, according
to folklore, vampires are sadistic, vile, and sexually-insatiable creatures, so in a proper vampire
story, exploitation and being devoured would be Bella’s only options. But a true, clean, and romantic
love? This is stupid. The only reason why it became possible is probably because aging has
negatively affected Edward’s (and his family’s) mental capabilities. Also, why would Bella not feel
scared of knowing people who suck blood, or who can turn into savage beasts? What kind of weird
taste or fetish is that? And it is not only Bella and Edward acting weird—Jacob, Victoria, the vampire
clans, and other folks appearing in Twilight seem to have little to no common sense, reason, or logic.
What guide question did it answer?
---The correct answer is: What is the weakness of the plot?
Where did the story take place and how does it relate to the story?
---The correct answer is: setting
In evaluating an article, it is important for it to be generally unknown so you can grab the reader's
attention.
---The correct answer is: False
A critique must contain the following parts except for:
---The correct answer is: comparison with other relevant works
This part of the literary analysis gives the subtopics.
---The correct answer is: body
It is important to dwell on the author's life and his works in a literature analysis.
---The correct answer is: False
There are different interpretations of a single literature. There may be similarities in some but there
will always be differences.
---The correct answer is: True
This part of a literature review contains the general indications of the work.
---The correct answer is: introduction
What happens in the story that changed the course of the character/s?
---The correct answer is: conflict
In writing a critique, focus on the flaws of the text.
---The correct answer is: False
Use any font you want in creating your resume as long as it is somewhat readable.
---The correct answer is: False
Identify which part of the resume the following information belongs to:
Skilled in written and oral communication.
---The correct answer is: Key skills
Identify which part of the resume the following information belongs to:
Finished a Bachelor's Degree in Accountancy (2011-2015)
---The correct answer is: Educational qualifications
Identify which part of the resume the following information belongs to:
I have volunteered for various non-government organizations, handling public relations and
advertising of events. (She is applying for PR specialist in a company)
---The correct answer is: Opening statement
The opening paragraph of your application letter must contain:
---The correct answer is: how you learned about the position or the company
Your resume must include your birthday and gender.
---The correct answer is: False
Prior research about the company you're applying for helps in composing your application letter.
---The correct answer is: True
Factual errors in your resume are worse than typographical errors.
---The correct answer is: True
Which is the usual format followed in sending an application letter via email?
---The correct answer is: name, position
Identify which part of the resume the following information belongs to:
Can handle pressure.
---The correct answer is: Personal attributes
The part of a project proposal that gives the funding details.
---The correct answer is: budget
The cover sheet must be in ______ format.
---The correct answer is: APA
A part of the project detail that emphasizes what the project can contribute to a group of people in
the society.
---The correct answer is: Deliverables
An element of a good project proposal that details where to get the funds to bring the project to
fruition.
---The correct answer is: Resources
A part of the project proposal that identifies similar solutions.
---The correct answer is: motivation
This informs the recipient of what the project aims to achieve.
---The correct answer is: goals and objectives
The references of the research report is recommended to be in MLA format.
---The correct answer is: False
A part of the project detail that uses diagrams to illustrate what tools to use in the implementation of
the project.
---The correct answer is: Architecture and environment
This gives what the end product of the project is.
---The correct answer is: Deliverables
This part of the project details identifies the implementation challenges.
---The correct answer is: project details
It is in bad taste to stress your interest in applying for the job in the company.
---The correct answer is: False
Identify which part of the resume the following information belongs to:
Certificate of N5 level Japanese Language Proficiency.
---The correct answer is: Educational qualifications
Identify which part of the resume the following information belongs to:
Experienced with Moodle.
---The correct answer is: Technical/software skills
You may choose not to include your address in the email copy of your application letter.
---The correct answer is: False
The application letter must be in strict business letter format.
---The correct answer is: True

Match the term to its description.


---The correct answer is:
Identifying the main ideas and supporting details to support the claim. - [Outlining and Summarizing]
Acknowledging the differences between personal existing values and attitude and the author's
perspective. [Contextualizing]
Done to get an initial understanding of the text. [Previewing]
Consult related readings in order to learn how to approach the same topic in different ways.
[Compare and Contrast]
An idea, an opinion, a judgment or a point of view that the writer wants you to accept. [Claim]
This consists of reasons and evidence that will prove to the readers that the conclusion presented is
worth accepting. [Support]
Newer knowledge is obtained through this way of learning as this is the key to understanding the
author's point of view. [Asking questions]
Weighing in on the consistency of claims and support. [Evaluation]
The reader must be able to track the pattern in the author's thoughts and presentation of his/her own
beliefs. [Reflecting on challenges to beliefs and values]
_______ the material enables the reader to grasp the organization and the content of the text in the
shortest possible time. [Skimming]
Assertions that are based on facts and has to be proven by reliable proofs. [Opinion]
An assertion that relies on personal choice. [Preference]
Claims made to rebut a previous claim. [Counterclaim]
The part of a literary review that emphasizes the main point of the review. [Conclusion]
The part of a research report that states the significance of the research. [Introduction]
This includes the instrument used in the research. [Methods]
A part of the project proposal that states what the project will produce. [Deliverables]
The part of the project proposal that states what makes the project unique. [Implementation Issues
and Challenges]
This part of the project proposal explains what the project wants to achieve. [Project Summary]
This part of the project proposal explains the problem and what makes it interesting. [Motivation]
In which element does the following questions fall?
---The correct answer is:
Is the author's claim objective? [Topic and Position]
From what perspective did the author write the text? [Style]
Is the information arranged according to the content, by the author's argument or by the needs of the
audience? [Organization]
Which of the references elicits further discussion? [Research/Sources]
Where is the text found? [Audience]
Does the text mean to persuade? [Purpose/Context]
Are the sources credible? [Proof/Evidence]
Which of the evidence carries the more weight? [Proof/Evidence]
How is the information arranged in the text? [Organization]
What can you infer from the writer's choice of words? [Style]
Questions:
1. Which of the following is the overall claim of the given essay?
---The correct answer is: Despite all the joy that video games can bring to children and teenagers, ...
2. Which of the following information does not support the claim?
---The correct answer is: Video games use th eir characters in the games ...
3. What is the overall conclusion of the essay?
---The correct answer is: Video games is not suitable for children and teenagers
4. Which of the following statements is incorrect according to the essay?
---The correct answer is: Video games help players improve social skills and reflexes
5. Which of the following is correct according to the essay?
---The correct answer is: Video games offer simplified and conditional models of environments and
people.
Questions:
1. Which of the following is the overall claim of the given essay?
---The correct answer is: Death penalty is an unfair and rather ineffective ...
2. Which of the following information does not support the claim?
---The correct answer is: Death penalty can be overturned.
3. What is the overall conclusion of the essay?
---The correct answer is: Death penalty can hardly be called ...
4. Which of the following statements is incorrect according to the essay?
---The correct answer is: There has been numerous evidence ...
5. What is the stand of the author in the imposing of death penalty?
---The correct answer is: He/she is against it.
Questions:
1. Which of the following is the overall claim of the given essay?
---The correct answer is: Romeo and Juliet's love story is dysfunctional.
2. Which of the following information does not support the claim?
---The correct answer is: Romeo has immediately set his eyes on Juliet...
3. What is the overall conclusion of the essay?
---The correct answer is: It is important to learn to distinguish love from ...
4. Which of the following statements is incorrect according to the essay?
---The correct answer is: Romeo and Juliet's love progressed swiftly and carefully ...
5. Which of the following is correct according to the essay?
---The correct answer is: William Shakespeare did not mean for his characters to be idyllic.
Questions:
1. Which of the following is the overall claim of the given essay?
---The correct answer is: Many arguments in favor of the usage ...
2. Which of the following information does not support the claim?
---The correct answer is: Tests help see the bias of teachers ...
3. What is the overall conclusion of the essay?
---The correct answer is: Improvements must be made in the distribution ...
4. Which of the following statements is incorrect according to the essay?
---The correct answer is: Most of the time, standardized tests encourage ...
5. What is the stand of the author in this argument?
---The correct answer is: He/she weighs in on both advantages and disadvantages ...
Created By Kuya Piolo
Short Quiz 8
The “p hat” is calculated as
Select one:
a. Number of desired elements over the number of desired outcomes
b. Number of desired outcomes over the number of desired elements Correct
c. 1- (Number of desired elements over the number of desired outcomes)
d. (Number of desired outcomes over the number of desired elements) – 1
Feedback
The correct answer is: Number of desired outcomes over the number of desired elements
Sampling distribution of proportions is ______________ distributed
Select one:
a. Normally Correct
b. Randomly
c. Evenly
d. Unevenly
Feedback
The correct answer is: Normally
A survey was conducted to 300 Grade 10 students who have Internet access to determine who access
social media websites after attending classes. Based on the survey, 250 students responded Yes. What is
the population proportion to students who do not access social media after attending classes?
Select one:
a. 80%
b. 20%
c. 17% Correct
d. 83%
Feedback
The correct answer is: 17%
When the confidence level is 95%, the ____________________ are +- 1.96
Select one:
a. Margin of Errors
b. Confidence coefficients Correct
c. Confidence intervals
d. “p hat” values
Feedback
The correct answer is: Confidence coefficients
Point estimate is
Select one:
a. Always equal to the number or samples
b. A range of possible values for a population parameter.
c. Equal to the population mean
d. A statistical that estimates a population parameter Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: A statistical that estimates a population parameter
The ̂p is the ____________ estimate of p.
Select one:
a. balanced
b. unbiased Correct
c. biased
d. inverse
Given n=10, x¯ =28, s=2.0, 95% confidence. Assuming that the samples come from a normal distribution,
find the margin of error.
Select one:
a. 1.24 Correct
b. 26.76
c. 3.16
d. 0.63
Feedback
The correct answer is: 1.24
Given n=10, x¯ =28, s=2.0, 99% confidence. Assuming that the samples come from a normal distribution,
find the interval estimate of the population mean.
Select one:
a. (11.34, 14.89)
b. (1.63, 2.25)
c. (21.36, 24.63)
d. (26.36, 29.63) Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: (26.36, 29.63)
What is in the center of the confidence interval?
Select one:
a. Margin of Error
b. Point Estimate Correct
c. Population Parameter
d. Number of samples
Feedback
The correct answer is: Point Estimate
In a survey of 500 individuals, 300 likes to eat dinner in a restaurant. Estimate the sample proportion ^p
of those who like to eat dinner in a restaurant based on the sample.
Select one:
a. 45%
b. 0.40
c. 55%
d. 0.60 Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.60
As the confidence interval for a given statistics increases in length, the confidence level
___________.
A: Increases - correct
Learning Activity 8 Stats
Margin of error is
Select one:
a. the product of confidence coefficient and standard deviation divided by the square root of the sample
size Correct
b. the quotient of confidence coefficient and standard deviation multiplied by the square root of the
sample size
c. the product of confidence coefficient and square root of the sample size divided by standard deviation
d. the quotient of confidence coefficient and square root of the sample size divided standard deviation
Feedback
The correct answer is: the product of confidence coefficient and standard deviation divided by the
square root of the sample size
Given n=100, x¯ =45, s=2.0, 90% confidence. Assuming that the samples come from a normal
distribution, find the interval estimate of the population mean.
Select one:
a. (42.103, 43.970)
b. (43.355, 46.645)
c. (44.461, 45.329) Incorrect
d. (46.921, 47.727)
Feedback
The correct answer is: (43.355, 46.645)
Given n=100, x¯ =80, s=2.0, 95% confidence. Assuming that the samples come from a normal
distribution, find the margin of error.
Select one:
a. 0.348 Incorrect
b. 0.20
c. 0.392
d. 0.196
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.392
A survey was conducted from the 250 individuals. Based on the result of the survey, 170 are satisfied
with the current Local Government administration. Estimate the sample proportion ^p of those who are
not satisfied based on the sample provided.
Select one:
a. 55%
b. 0.32 Correct
c. 0.
d. 0.68
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.32
A survey was conducted to 110 college students to determine who are using the Library Resource Center
of the university. Based on the survey, only 30% responded Yes. Based on the survey, how many
students are not using the Library Resource Center?
Select one:
a. 33
b. 30
c. 67 Correct
d. 70
Feedback
The correct answer is: 67

Learning Activity 9 Stats


A survey of 200 people finds that they work on average of 8 hours a day. If the margin of error at 98%
confidence level is 1.2 hours. How do you compute for the lower confidence interval?
Select one:
a. 8 hours less 1.2 hours
b. Z score plus less the square root of 8 hours less 1.2 hours Correct
c. None of the choices
d. 8 hours less 1.2 hours multiplied by the z score at 98% confidence level
Feedback
The correct answer is: Z score plus less the square root of 8 hours less 1.2 hours
King Lo Electronics claims that the new brand of computer will last for 25,000 hours. A research
company conducted a test on the information. The company randomly select and test 100 cellular
phone. The data from the sample shows that the mean life of the cellular phone is 20,000 hours, with a
standard deviation of 1000 hours. Determine the 95% confidence interval of the mean life of the cellular
phone.
Select one:
a. (17,482, 18,649)
b. (19,804, 20,196) Correct
c. (23,467, 24,639)
d. (26,928, 27,375)
Feedback
The correct answer is: (19,804, 20,196)
Given the sample size (n=400) and sample proportion (p=0.56), find the approximate margin of error for
the 99% confidence interval:
Select one:
a. 0.043 Incorrect
b. 0.052
c. 0.064
d. 0.074
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.064
Given the sample size (n=200) and sample proportion (p=0.70), find the approximate margin of error for
the 90% confidence interval:
Select one:
a. 0.053
b. 0.085
c. 0.072 Incorrect
d. 0.039
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.053
A private organization telephone poll of 750 adults, aged 18 and older, living in the country found that
60% of citizen feel confident in the accuracy of their doctor's advice, and don't feel the need to check for
a second opinion or do additional research. The margin of error for this survey was given as ± 20
percentage points. Find a 95% confidence interval estimate of the percent of adults who feel confident
in the accuracy of their doctor’s advice and don’t feel the need to check for a second opinion.
Select one:
a. (0.490, 0.601)
b. (0.452, 0.538)
c. (0.565, 0.640) Correct
d. (0.316, 0.483)
Feedback
The correct answer is: (0.565, 0.640)

Short Quiz 9
Given the sample size (n=400) and sample proportion (p=0.70), find the approximate margin of error for
the 99% confidence interval:
Select one:
a. 0.086
b. 0.059
c. 0.039 Incorrect
d. 0.330
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.059
Suppose a new cancer treatment is given to a sample of 500 patients. The treatment was successful for
300 of the patients. Assume that these patients are representative of the population of individuals who
have this cancer.
Determine a 90% confidence interval for the proportion successful treated.
Select one:
a. 0.564 < p < 0.640
b. 0.640 < p < 0.742 Incorrect
c. 0.742 < p < 0.834
d. 0.834 < p < 0.927
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.564 < p < 0.640
A private organization telephone poll of 900 adults, aged 18 and older, living in the country found that
75% of citizen feel confident in the accuracy of their doctor's advice, and don't feel the need to check for
a second opinion or do additional research. The margin of error for this survey was given as ±10
percentage points.
Find a 90% upper confidence interval estimate of the percent of adults who feel confident in the
accuracy of their doctor’s advice and don’t feel the need to check for a second opinion.
Select one:
a. 0.077
b. 0.329 Incorrect
c. 0.834
d. 0.290
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.077
Lim Electronics claims that the new brand of cellular phone will last for 80,000 hours. A research
company conducted a test on the information. The company randomly select and test 100 cellular
phone. The data from the sample shows that the mean life of the cellular phone is 60,000 hours, with a
standard deviation of 1500 hours. Determine the 95% confidence interval of the mean life of the cellular
phone.
Select one:
a. (79,301 , 80,890) Incorrect
b. (59,706 , 60,294)
c. (59,301 , 60,890)
d. (79,706 , 80,294)
Feedback
The correct answer is: (59,706 , 60,294)
A survey of 900 female finds that they sleep on average of 8 hours a day. If the margin of error at 95%
confidence level is 1.3 hours. Find the confidence interval?
Select one:
a. 4.50 hours < p < 5.89 hours
b. 6.70 hours < p < 9.30 hours Correct
c. 8.66 hours < p < 11.26 hours
d. 7.34 hours < p < 8.66 hours
Feedback
The correct answer is: 6.70 hours < p < 9.30 hours
Given the sample size (n=300) and sample proportion (p=0.56), find the approximate margin of error for
the 90% confidence interval:
Select one:
a. 0.055
b. 0.069
c. 0.047 Correct
d. 0.039
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.047
Given the problem in item 9, what does the answer tells about?
Select one:
a. Lim Electronics can use the survey conducted for their advertisements.
b. The confidence interval does not support the claim of Lim Electronics.
c. The confidence interval support the claim of Lim Electronics. Incorrect
d. The information is not sufficient to conclude.
Feedback
The correct answer is: The confidence interval does not support the claim of Lim Electronics.
A survey of 900 people finds that they work on average of 9 hours a day. If the margin of error at 98%
confidence level is 1.5 hours. What is the solution to find the lower confidence interval?
Select one:
a. Z score plus less the square root of 9 hours less 1.5 hours
b. None of the choices
c. 9 hours less 1.5 hours Correct
d. All of the choices
e. 9 hours less 1.5 hours multiplied by the z score at 98% confidence level
A private organization telephone poll of 900 adults, aged 18 and older, living in the country found that
75% of citizen feel confident in the accuracy of their doctor's advice, and don't feel the need to check for
a second opinion or do additional research. The margin of error for this survey was given as ±10
percentage points.
Find a 90% lower confidence interval estimate of the percent of adults who feel confident in the
accuracy of their doctor’s advice and don’t feel the need to check for a second opinion.
Select one:
a. 0.0726
b. 0.8932
c. 0.4508 Incorrect
d. 0.0934
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.0726
Suppose a new cancer treatment is given to a sample of 500 patients. The treatment was successful for
300 of the patients. Assume that these patients are representative of the population of individuals who
have this cancer.
Calculate the sample proportion that was successfully treated.
Select one:
a. 0.85 Incorrect
b. 0.72
c. 0.30
d. 0.60
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.60

Learning Activity 10 Stats


Find the sample size given 95% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.15 and p ^ =0.25.
Select one:
a. 34 Incorrect
b. 33
c. 31
d. 32
Feedback
The correct answer is: 33
Find the sample size given 90% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.15 and ^p =0.25.
Select one:
a. 20 Incorrect
b. 22
c. 23
d. 21
Feedback
The correct answer is: 23
Find the sample size given 99% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.10 and ^p =0.35.
Select one:
a. 389
b. 215 Incorrect
c. 139
d. 152
Feedback
The correct answer is: 152
Find the sample size given 99% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.18 and ^p =0.30.
Select one:
a. 41
b. 42
c. 44 Incorrect
d. 43
Feedback
The correct answer is: 43
The Engineer of the building wants to use the proportion of the population to determine the sample size
needed to interview regarding their idea about the new color design of the building. He wants to be able
to assure with probability 0.90 that his error will be most 0.10. Similar surveys during past year that 85%
approved the new color design. How large a sample does the Engineer need?
Select one:
a. 278 Incorrect
b. 2,145
c. 1,372
d. 196
Feedback
The correct answer is: 196

Short Quiz 11 Stats


Determine whether each of the following is a null of an alternative hypothesis:
The proportion of computer in the software laboratory is lower than the total number of BS IT students
in the university.
Answer:
alternative hypothesis
Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: Alternative hypothesis
The alternative hypothesis and null hypothesis should be ________________.
Select one:
a. Mutually exclusive
b. All of the choices
c. None of the choices
d. Mutually inclusive Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: Mutually inclusive
Determine whether each of the following is a null of an alternative hypothesis:
The proportion of an employee income is greater than the monthly expenses of the employee.
Answer:
null hypothesis
Incorrect
Feedback
The correct answer is: Alternative hypothesis
William collected a random sample of 88 people, asking how many times they open ABC web site per
day on average, and calculated x¯ = 50.30. ABC suggests that µ = 55, and s = 10. William thinks the actual
mean is less than the website owner claims. What is the null and alternative hypothesis?
Select one:
a. 55
b. Null hypothesis µ = 55, Alternative hypothesis µ < 55
c. Null hypothesis µ ? 55, Alternative hypothesis µ
d. Null hypothesis µ > 55, Alternative hypothesis µ = 55
e. 55, Alternative hypothesis µ ? 55 Correct
f. Null hypothesis µ
Feedback
The correct answer is: Null hypothesis µ ≥ 55, Alternative hypothesis µ < 55
A type of test that is denoted by the symbol Ho.
Select one:
a. Rejection hypothesis Incorrect
b. Statistical hypothesis
c. Alternative hypothesis
d. Null hypothesis
Feedback
The correct answer is: Null hypothesis
The probability of making type I error is
Select one:
a. ß
b. 1- a
c. 1- ß
d. a Correct
e. µ - a
Feedback
The correct answer is: a
For the 99% confidence level,
Select one:
a. a
b. a
c. a
d. 0.001
e. a
f. 0.010
g. 0.005
h. 0.025 Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.010
Determine whether each of the following is a null of an alternative hypothesis:
A police precinct claims that there is ten crimes on the average are reported.
Answer:
alternative hypothesis
Incorrect
Feedback
The correct answer is: Null hypothesis
This refers to the area where the value of the test statistic lies for which we will reject the null
hypothesis.
Select one:
a. Rejection region and Null region
b. Rejection region and Critical region Correct
c. Null region and Critical region
d. Null region
e. Critical region
f. None of the choices
g. Rejection region
h. All of the choices
Feedback
The correct answer is: Rejection region and Critical region

Learning Activity 11 Stats


Determine whether each of the following is a null of an alternative hypothesis:
The average income of an employee is 12,000 pesos.
Answer:
null hypothesis
Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: Null hypothesis
The level of significance is the
Select one:
a. 1 - p value
b. Same as confidence interval
c. Maximum allowable probability of Type II error
d. Minimum allowable probability of Type II error
e. Probability of committing a Type I error Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: Probability of committing a Type I error
What is the null hypothesis to the claim that people like android phone than IOS? State the null
hypothesis.
Select one:
a. Less people like IOS than android
b. More people like android than IOS phone Correct
c. Less people like android and IOS phone
d. More people like IOS phone than android phone
Feedback
The correct answer is: More people like android than IOS phone
If the null hypothesis is true and rejected, the decision is incorrect – Type I Error
Select one:
a. Rejection Error
b. Type I Error Correct
c. Correction Error
d. Type II Error
Feedback
The correct answer is: Type I Error
Determine whether each of the following is a null of an alternative hypothesis:
The average internet usage of a College student is 6 hours.
Answer:
null hypothesis
Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: Null hypothesis

Learning Activity 12 Stats


In hypothesis testing, the computed statistics is compared to the critical value for decision making.
Select one:
a. The statement is TRUE. Correct
b. The statement is FALSE.
Feedback
The correct answer is: The statement is TRUE.
This separates the rejection region to the region where we do not reject the null hypothesis.
Select one:
a. Z score
b. Null value Incorrect
c. Critical value
d. chi value
The correct answer is: Critical value
Given a=0.05 and the test statistics, decide whether the null hypothesis is to be rejected or accepted:
–4
Select one:
a. Do not Reject
b. Reject Correct
c. Cannot be determined
Feedback
The correct answer is: Reject
St. Therese senior high school have an average achievement test score of 96. From a random sample of
49 students St. Therese students we find the average achievement test score to be 98 with a standard
deviation of 88. We want to know if these high school students are representative of the overall
population. What can we conclude based?
Select one:
a. Accept null hypothesis
b. Reject null hypothesis
c. Accept alternative hypothesis Incorrect
d. Reject alternative hypothesis
Feedback
The correct answer is: Accept null hypothesis
Given a=0.05 and the test statistics, decide whether the null hypothesis is to be rejected or accepted:
2.35
Select one:
a. Cannot be determined
b. Reject
c. Do not Reject Incorrect
Feedback
The correct answer is: Reject
Suppose that the z is the test statistics for hypothesis testing, calculate the value of the z for each of the
following. Express your answer in 2 decimal places. µ = 25, s = 5, n = 80, x¯ = 23.4
Answer:
-5 - wrong
Incorrect
Feedback
The correct answer is: -2.86
Suppose that the z is the test statistics for hypothesis testing, calculate the value of the z for each of the
following. Express your answer in 2 decimal places. µ = 77, s = 6, n = 109, x¯ = 78.2
Answer:
-12.83
Incorrect
Feedback
The correct answer is: 2.09
Suppose that the z is the test statistics for hypothesis testing, calculate the value of the z for each of
the following. Express your answer in 2 decimal places. µ = 8, σ = 4, n = 99, x̄ = 7.2
A: -1.99 - correct

Short Quiz 12
Consider the scenario: In a recent survey, 320 persons out of 35 reported that they prefer to ride in a
public utility air-conditioned vehicle rather than a jeepney. What is the value of the test statistics?
Select one:
a. 3.49 Incorrect
b. – 1.85
c. – 1.85
d. – 1.33
Feedback
The correct answer is: – 1.85
Supposed that the z is the test statistics for hypothesis testing, calculate the value of the z for each of
the following. Express your answer in 2 decimal places.
µ = 8.5, s = 4, n = 99, x¯ = 7.2
Answer:
34.32 - wrong
Incorrect
Feedback
The correct answer is: -3.23
Given a=0.05 and the test statistics, decide whether the null hypothesis is to be rejected or accepted:
3.31
Select one:
a. Cannot be determined
b. Reject Correct
c. Do not Reject
Consider the scenario: In a recent survey, 320 persons out of 35 reported that they prefer to ride in a
public utility air-conditioned vehicle rather than a jeepney.
What can we conclude based the value of the test statistics?
Select one:
a. Reject null hypothesis
b. Accept alternative hypothesis Incorrect
c. Reject alternative hypothesis
d. Accept null hypothesis
Feedback
The correct answer is: Accept null hypothesis
Values supporting the ___________________ occurs in the rejection region.
Select one:
a. Critical values
b. Alternative hypothesis and critical values Incorrect
c. Null hypothesis
d. Null hypothesis and critical values
e. Alternative hypothesis
Feedback
The correct answer is: Null hypothesis and critical values
A sample is small when n=30.
Select one:
a. The statement is TRUE. Incorrect
b. The statement is FALSE. Replace the letter n with letter x.
c. The statement is FALSE. Replace the = with =
d. The statement is FALSE. Replace the word small with large.
Feedback
The correct answer is: The statement is FALSE. Replace the word small with large.
In hypothesis testing, the computed statistics is compared to the critical value for decision making.
Select one:
a. The statement is FALSE.
b. The statement is TRUE. Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: The statement is TRUE.
Given a=0.05 and the test statistics, decide whether the null hypothesis is to be rejected or accepted:
0.131
Select one:
a. Do not Reject
b. Reject Incorrect
c. Cannot be determined
Feedback
The correct answer is: Do not Reject
Given a=0.05 and the test statistics, decide whether the null hypothesis is to be rejected or accepted:
1.11
Select one:
a. Cannot be determined
b. Do not Reject Correct
c. Reject
Feedback
The correct answer is: Do not Reject
Supposed that the z is the test statistics for hypothesis testing, calculate the value of the z for each of
the following. Express your answer in 2 decimal places.
µ = 77, s = 6, n = 109, x¯ = 78.2
Answer:
56.23
Incorrect
Feedback
The correct answer is: 2.09
Supposed that the z is the test statistics for hypothesis testing, calculate the value of the z for each of
the following. Express your answer in 2 decimal places.
µ = 8, s = 4, n = 99, x¯ = 7.2
Answer:
-1.99
Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: -1.99
Given a=0.05 and the test statistics, decide whether the null hypothesis is to be rejected or accepted:
1.20
Select one:
a. Cannot be determined
b. Reject
c. Do not Reject Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: Do not Reject
Given a=0.05 and the test statistics, decide whether the null hypothesis is to be rejected or accepted:
– 0.6
Select one:
a. Cannot be determined
b. Do not Reject Correct
c. Reject
Feedback
The correct answer is: Do not Reject

Learning Activity 13 Stats


A Police Sub Station claims that 45% of crimes are related to cell phone snatching. In a random sample
of 150 accidents, it is found that 60 of the accidents are related to cell phone snatching.
What is the standard error of the proportion?
Select one:
a. 0.033
b. 0.028
c. 0.066 Incorrect
d. 0.041
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.041
A Police Sub Station claims that 45% of crimes are related to cell phone snatching. In a random sample
of 150 accidents, it is found that 60 of the accidents are related to cell phone snatching.
What is the observed value of the sample proportion?
Select one:
a. 0.932
b. 0.400
c. 0.783
d. 0.600 Incorrect
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.400
A businessman is increasing his price for processed food, claiming that the cost of labor and material is
going up and accounts for 75% of his budget. In a random sample of 10 of the processed food, it is found
out that in 6 of the processed food, the cost of the material is higher.
What is the standard error of the proportion?
Select one:
a. 0.442 Incorrect
b. 0.391
c. 0.137
d. 0.296
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.137
A businessman is increasing his price for processed food, claiming that the cost of labor and material is
going up and accounts for 75% of his budget. In a random sample of 10 of the processed food, it is found
out that in 6 of the processed food, the cost of the material is higher.
At the 5% level of significance, test the contractor/engineer’s claim. Based on the test, what can you
conclude?
Select one:
a. Reject the null hypothesis
b. Accept the null hypothesis Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: Accept the null hypothesis
A Police Sub Station claims that 45% of crimes are related to cell phone snatching. In a random sample
of 150 accidents, it is found that 60 of the accidents are related to cell phone snatching.
At the 10% level of significance, test the Police Sub Station claims. Based on the test, what can you
conclude?
Select one:
a. Accept the null hypothesis Correct
b. Reject the null hypothesis
Feedback
The correct answer is: Accept the null hypothesis
A Police Sub Station claims that 45% of crimes are related to cell phone snatching. In a random sample
of 150 accidents, it is found that 60 of the accidents are related to cell phone snatching.
What is the test statistic for this scenario?
Select one:
a. -0.066
b. 2.112
c. -1.231
d. 1.992 Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: 1.992
A businessman is increasing his price for processed food, claiming that the cost of labor and material is
going up and accounts for 75% of his budget. In a random sample of 10 of the processed food, it is found
out that in 6 of the processed food, the cost of the material is higher.
What is the test statistic for this scenario?
Select one:
a. 0.899
b. 1.203
c. 0.996
d. 1.095 Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: 1.095

A businessman is increasing his price for processed food, claiming that the cost of labor and material is
going up and accounts for 75% of his budget. In a random sample of 10 of the processed food, it is found
out that in 6 of the processed food, the cost of the material is higher.
What is the observed value of the sample proportion?
A: 0.600

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The traffic management office claims that 65% of road accidents are related to motorcycles. In a random
sample of 200 accidents, it is found that 135 of the accidents are related to motorcycles.
At the 10% level of significance, test the traffic management office’s claim. Based on the test, what can
you conclude?
Select one:
a. Accept the null hypothesis Correct
b. Reject the null hypothesis
Feedback
The correct answer is: Accept the null hypothesis
A building contractor/engineer is increasing his price for building projects, claiming that the cost of labor
and material is going up and accounts for 65% of his budget. In a random sample of 30 of his projects it
is found that in 20 of the projects the cost of the material is higher.
What is the test statistic for this scenario?
Select one:
a. 0.983
b. 2.181
c. 3.004
d. 1.191 Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: 1.191
A building contractor/engineer is increasing his price for building projects, claiming that the cost of labor
and material is going up and accounts for 65% of his budget. In a random sample of 30 of his projects it
is found that in 20 of the projects the cost of the material is higher.
What is the standard error of the proportion?
Select one:
a. 0.087 Correct
b. 0.0632
c. 0.032
d. 0.051
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.087
About 30% of the male population living in an urban area smokes cigarette. A researcher believes that
male aged 16-30 are more likely smokes cigarette than other ages in the urban area population. The
researcher surveys 300 male aged 16-30 and finds that 80 of them smokes cigarette:
What is the standard error of the proportion?
Select one:
a. 0.041
b. 0.089
c. 0.026 Correct
d. 0.011
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.026
About 30% of the male population living in an urban area smokes cigarette. A researcher believes that
male aged 16-30 are more likely smokes cigarette than other ages in the urban area population. The
researcher surveys 300 male aged 16-30 and finds that 80 of them smokes cigarette:
What is the test statistic for this scenario?
Select one:
a. -2.729
b. -0.998
c. -3.661
d. -1.260 Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: -1.260
About 30% of the male population living in an urban area smokes cigarette. A researcher believes that
male aged 16-30 are more likely smokes cigarette than other ages in the urban area population. The
researcher surveys 300 male aged 16-30 and finds that 80 of them smokes cigarette:
What is the observed value of the sample proportion?
Select one:
a. 0.372
b. 0.419
c. 0.267 Correct
d. 0.189
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.267
fcost of the material is higher.
What is the observed value of the sample proportion?
Select one:
a. 0.667 Correct
b. 0.429
c. 0.739
d. 0.921
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.667
The traffic management office claims that 65% of road accidents are related to motorcycles. In a random
sample of 200 accidents, it is found that 135 of the accidents are related to motorcycles.
What is the test statistic for this scenario?
Select one:
a. 0.0548
b. 0.0808
c. 0.0993
d. 0.0741 Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.0741
A building contractor/engineer is increasing his price for building projects, claiming that the cost of labor
and material is going up and accounts for 65% of his budget. In a random sample of 30 of his projects it
is found that in 20 of the projects the cost of the material is higher.
At the 5% level of significance, test the contractor/engineer’s claim. Based on the test, what can you
conclude?
Select one:
a. Accept the null hypothesis Correct
b. Reject the null hypothesis
Feedback
The correct answer is: Accept the null hypothesis
The traffic management office claims that 65% of road accidents are related to motorcycles. In a random
sample of 200 accidents, it is found that 135 of the accidents are related to motorcycles.
What is the observed value of the sample proportion?
Select one:
a. 0.963
b. 0.675 Correct
c. 0.367
d. 0.822
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.675

Short Quiz 13 Stats


The traffic management office claims that 65% of road accidents are related to motorcycles. In a random
sample of 200 accidents, it is found that 135 of the accidents are related to motorcycles.
At the 10% level of significance, test the traffic management office’s claim. Based on the test, what can
you conclude?
Select one:
a. Accept the null hypothesis Correct
b. Reject the null hypothesis
Feedback
The correct answer is: Accept the null hypothesis
A building contractor/engineer is increasing his price for building projects, claiming that the cost of labor
and material is going up and accounts for 65% of his budget. In a random sample of 30 of his projects it
is found that in 20 of the projects the cost of the material is higher.
What is the test statistic for this scenario?
Select one:
a. 0.983
b. 2.181
c. 3.004
d. 1.191 Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: 1.191
A building contractor/engineer is increasing his price for building projects, claiming that the cost of labor
and material is going up and accounts for 65% of his budget. In a random sample of 30 of his projects it
is found that in 20 of the projects the cost of the material is higher.
What is the standard error of the proportion?
Select one:
a. 0.087 Correct
b. 0.0632
c. 0.032
d. 0.051
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.087
About 30% of the male population living in an urban area smokes cigarette. A researcher believes that
male aged 16-30 are more likely smokes cigarette than other ages in the urban area population. The
researcher surveys 300 male aged 16-30 and finds that 80 of them smokes cigarette:
What is the standard error of the proportion?
Select one:
a. 0.041
b. 0.089
c. 0.026 Correct
d. 0.011
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.026
About 30% of the male population living in an urban area smokes cigarette. A researcher believes that
male aged 16-30 are more likely smokes cigarette than other ages in the urban area population. The
researcher surveys 300 male aged 16-30 and finds that 80 of them smokes cigarette:
What is the test statistic for this scenario?
Select one:
a. -2.729
b. -0.998
c. -3.661
d. -1.260 Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: -1.260
About 30% of the male population living in an urban area smokes cigarette. A researcher believes that
male aged 16-30 are more likely smokes cigarette than other ages in the urban area population. The
researcher surveys 300 male aged 16-30 and finds that 80 of them smokes cigarette:
What is the observed value of the sample proportion?
Select one:
a. 0.372
b. 0.419
c. 0.267 Correct
d. 0.189
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.267
A building contractor/engineer is increasing his price for building projects, claiming that the cost of labor
and material is going up and accounts for 65% of his budget. In a random sample of 30 of his projects it
is found that in 20 of the projects the cost of the material is higher.
What is the observed value of the sample proportion?
Select one:
a. 0.667 Correct
b. 0.429
c. 0.739
d. 0.921
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.667
The traffic management office claims that 65% of road accidents are related to motorcycles. In a random
sample of 200 accidents, it is found that 135 of the accidents are related to motorcycles.
What is the test statistic for this scenario?
Select one:
a. 0.0548
b. 0.0808
c. 0.0993
d. 0.0741 Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.0741
A building contractor/engineer is increasing his price for building projects, claiming that the cost of labor
and material is going up and accounts for 65% of his budget. In a random sample of 30 of his projects it
is found that in 20 of the projects the cost of the material is higher.
At the 5% level of significance, test the contractor/engineer’s claim. Based on the test, what can you
conclude?
Select one:
a. Accept the null hypothesis Correct
b. Reject the null hypothesis
Feedback
The correct answer is: Accept the null hypothesis
The traffic management office claims that 65% of road accidents are related to motorcycles. In a random
sample of 200 accidents, it is found that 135 of the accidents are related to motorcycles.
What is the observed value of the sample proportion?
Select one:
a. 0.963
b. 0.675 Correct
c. 0.367
d. 0.822
Feedback
The correct answer is: 0.675
The traffic management office claims that 65% of road accidents are related to motorcycles. In a random
sample of 200 accidents, it is found that 135 of the accidents are related to motorcycles.
What is the standard error of the proportion?
Select one:
a. 0.062
b. 0.077
c. 0.034 correct
d. 0.045

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In a ____________, high values in one variable correspond to high values in the other variable.
Select one:
a. Perfect Correlation Incorrect
b. Positive Correlation
c. Scattered Correlation
d. Negative Correlation
Feedback
The correct answer is: Positive Correlation
Graphical representation of the relationship between two variables.
Select one:
a. Line Plots Incorrect
b. XY intersection plot
c. scatter plot
d. Cartesian plane
Feedback
The correct answer is: scatter plot
When examining scatterplot and draw an ellipse around the data, long and narrow ellipses means
Select one:
a. Negative linear association
b. Weak linear association
c. Positive linear association Incorrect
d. Strong linear association
e. Cannot determine with the given information
Feedback
The correct answer is: Strong linear association
This measures relationship between bivariate data.
Select one:
a. None of the choices
b. Correlation Correct
c. All of the choices
d. Linear Regression
e. Scatterplot Analysis
Feedback
The correct answer is: Correlation
A _____________ is simply a scatterplot in which we connect successive chronological observations with
a line segment to give more information about how the data values are changing over a period of time.
Select one:
a. XY Plot
b. Scatter Plot
c. Correlation Plot
d. Line plot Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: Line plot
The data had a _________________ when one variable increases, the other variable also decreases.
Select one:
a. negative linear association Incorrect
b. proportional association
c. elliptical association
d. positive linear association
Feedback
The correct answer is: positive linear association
The goal of examining bivariate data is to show some relativity or association between two or more
variables.
Select one:
a. The statement is TRUE. Incorrect
b. The statement is FALSE.
Feedback
The correct answer is: The statement is FALSE.
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Given the data below, what is the direction of the association between the two variables.
Select one:
a. Positive linear association Incorrect
b. Weak linear association
c. Strong linear association
d. None of the choices
e. Negative linear association
Feedback
The correct answer is: Negative linear association
The data had a _________________ when one variable increases, the other variable also increases.
Select one:
a. positive linear association Correct
b. proportional association
c. elliptical association
d. negative linear association
Feedback
The correct answer is: positive linear association
The line that is closest to the points is called _____________.
Select one:
a. Trend line Correct
b. Correlation line
c. Cross line
d. Scatter line
Feedback
The correct answer is: Trend line
The three important characteristics of a bivariate?
Select one:
a. Elliptical, Rounded, Scattered
b. Proportional, Directional, Elliptical
c. Direction, Shape, Strength
d. Line, Points, Shape Incorrect
Feedback
The correct answer is: Direction, Shape, Strength
The series of disconnected points is referred to as _________________________
Select one:
a. XY Plots
b. Trend line plots
c. Bivariate data
d. scatter plot Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: scatter plot

Short Quiz 15
Describe the relationship based when r value = 0.01
Select one:
a. No apparent correlation Correct
b. Weak positive correction
c. Strong positive correction
d. Minimal positive correction
Feedback
The correct answer is: No apparent correlation
Linear correlation coefficient is always a value between ____ and ____.
Select one:
a. 0, 100 Incorrect
b. 1, 100
c. +1, -1
d. 0, 1
Feedback
The correct answer is: +1, -1
Year and household monthly water consumption in the Philippines
Select one:
a. Water consumption is the explanatory variable and year is the response variable Incorrect
b. Year is the explanatory variable and water consumption is the response variable
c. Cannot be determined
Feedback
The correct answer is: Year is the explanatory variable and water consumption is the response variable
Describe the relationship based on the r-value r=0,
Select one:
a. No relationship
b. Deterministic relationship Incorrect
c. Weak relationship
d. Strong relationship
Feedback
The correct answer is: No relationship
The value of a perfect positive coefficient is ________.
Select one:
a. A positive number greater than 1
b. Equal to zero.
c. None of the choices
d. Equal to 1.
e. A positive number greater than 0. Incorrect
Feedback
The correct answer is: Equal to 1.
Describe the relationship based when r value = 0.75
Select one:
a. Minimal positive correction Incorrect
b. Weak positive correction
c. No apparent correlation
d. Strong positive correction
Feedback
The correct answer is: Strong positive correction
The variable that causes an effect
Select one:
a. Response variable
b. Explanatory variable Correct
c. Trend variable
d. Correlation variable
Feedback
The correct answer is: Explanatory variable
This pattern is produced when the score of one observation is high, the score of the other observation
to be high.
Select one:
a. XY Plot
b. Positive Correlation
c. Direct Correlation Incorrect
d. Negative Correlation
Feedback
The correct answer is: Positive Correlation
Year and household monthly water consumption in the Philippines
Select one:
a. Water consumption is the explanatory variable and year is the response variable Incorrect
b. Cannot be determined
c. Year is the explanatory variable and water consumption is the response variable
Feedback
The correct answer is: Year is the explanatory variable and water consumption is the response variable
The variable that reflects the effect
Select one:
a. Explanatory variable
b. Response variable Correct
c. Correlation variable
d. Trend variable
Feedback
The correct answer is: Response variable

Learning Activity 15 Stats


Describe the relationship based when r value = 0.63
Select one:
a. Minimal positive correction
b. Strong positive correction Correct
c. No apparent correlation
d. Weak positive correction
Feedback
The correct answer is: Strong positive correction
The symbol used to measure the strength and direction of a linear correlation
Select one:
a. r2
b. r
c. XY
d. None of the choices Incorrect
Feedback
The correct answer is: r
It is also called independent variable
Select one:
a. Explanatory variable
b. Response variable Incorrect
c. Trend variable
d. Correlation variable
Feedback
The correct answer is: Explanatory variable
Salary and number of years of experience
Select one:
a. Number of years is the explanatory variable and salary is the response variable Correct
b. Salary is the explanatory variable and number of years is the response variable
c. Cannot be determined
Feedback
The correct answer is: Number of years is the explanatory variable and salary is the response variable
Describe the relationship based when r value = 0.20
Select one:
a. No apparent correlation
b. Minimal positive correction Incorrect
c. Weak positive correction
d. Strong positive correction
Feedback
The correct answer is: Weak positive correction
Expenditure is an example of a
Select one:
a. Trend variable
b. Explanatory variable
c. Correlation variable
d. Response variable Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: Response variable

Short Quiz 16 Stats


The equation y=2x2 + 9 will produce a
Select one:
a. Parabola Correct
b. Ellipse
c. Circle
d. Straight line
Feedback
The correct answer is: Parabola
When slope is positive,
Select one:
a. y increases as x increases Correct
b. y decreases as x increases
c. y increases, x values approaches point of origin
d. y decreases, x values approaches 1
Feedback
The correct answer is: y increases as x increases
In the slope-intercept equation of a line, the slope of the line is represented as the coefficient of the
variable x.
Select one:
a. FALSE
b. Cannot be determined
c. TRUE Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: TRUE
Given the table below, what is the linear equation?
Select one:
a. y=3x + 11 Incorrect
b. y=6x + 5
c. y=8x + 3
d. y=3x + 8
Feedback
Your answer is incorrect.
The correct answer is: y=8x + 3
If the line has no slope,
Select one:
a. The line is a horizontal line
b. The line is at the point of origin
c. The line intercepts the x and y axis
d. The line lies at the x axis Incorrect
Feedback
The correct answer is: The line is a horizontal line
Given the table below, what is the slope?
Select one:
a. 9
b. 11
c. 8
d. 3 Incorrect
Feedback
Your answer is incorrect.
The correct answer is: 8
Given the equation y = 7x+ 30, what is the slope?
Answer:
4.2
Incorrect
Feedback
The correct answer is: 7
Given the table and graph, determine the slope intercept equation.
Select one:
a. y=5x + 1
b. y=10x + 2 Incorrect
c. y=5x + 2
d. y=10x + 1
Feedback
Your answer is incorrect.
The correct answer is: y=5x + 1
Given the equation 9y = 2x + 81, what is the y intercept?
Answer:
Incorrect
Feedback
The correct answer is: 9
The equation y=mx + b is also known as
Select one:
a. slope intercept form
b. y intercept Incorrect
c. correlation intercept form
d. xy intercept form
Feedback
The correct answer is: slope intercept form

Learning Activity 16 Stats


Given the equation y = 3x+ 10, what is the slope?
Answer:
3
Correct
Feedback
The correct answer is: 3
Given the table and graph, determine the slope intercept equation.
Select one:
a. y=3x + 1
b. 2y=6x + 3
c. y=-3x + 3 Correct
d. 2y=6x + 1
The correct answer is: y=-3x + 3
Given the table below, what is the slope?
Select one:
a. 2 Correct
b. 1
c. 8
d. 7
Feedback
Your answer is correct.
The correct answer is: 2
Given the equation 2y = 3x + 10, what is the y intercept?
Answer:
2
Incorrect
Feedback
The correct answer is: 5
Given the table below, what is the linear equation?
Select one:
a. y=2x + 7 Correct
b. y=5x + 2
c. y=7x + 1
d. y=7x + 5
Feedback
Your answer is correct.
The correct answer is: y=2x + 7
Write the slope-intercept equation of the line that has slope 6 and y-intercept 4.
answer: 6x+4
Sampling distribution of proportions is randomly distributed.
A: FALSE. Replace the word Sampling distribution with Confidence Coefficient - correct

Given n=60, x̄ =250, s=3, 99% confidence. Assuming that the samples come from a normal
distribution, find the interval estimate of the population mean.
A: (58.59, 61.41) - correct

Find the sample size given 95% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.12 and ̂p = 0.30.
A: 57 - correct

Margin of Error is in the center of the confidence interval?


A: FALSE. Replace the word “Margin of Error” with “Point Estimate” - correct

Given the sample size (n=230) and sample proportion (p=0.35), find the approximate margin of error
for the 95% confidence interval:
A: 0.083 - correct

Find the sample size given 90% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.05 and ̂p =0.30.
A: 228 - correct

Find the sample size given 90% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.08 and ̂p =0.30.
A: 89 - correct

Find the sample size given 99% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.20 and ̂p =0.30.
A: 35 - correct
True of False. The series of disconnected points is referred to as Bivariate.
A: false - correct

Find the sample size given 99% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.25 and ̂p =0.30.
A: 23 - correct

Given n=20, x̄ =30, s=2, 90% confidence. Assuming that the samples come from a normal
distribution, find the margin of error.
A: 0.74 - correct

Supposed that the z is the test statistics for hypothesis testing, calculate the value of the z for each
of the following. Express your answer in 2 decimal places.
µ = 20.8, σ = 4, n = 99, x̄ = 21.2
A: 0.99 - correct
Common choices of confidence level are
A: 90%, 95%, 99% - correct

Identify the following formula: 1- q̂


A: Sample Proportion - correct

Proportion is a fraction expression where the _____________________ is in the numerator and the
_____________________ is the denominator.
A: Favorable response, Total number of responses - correct

A sample is small when n≤30


A: The statement is FALSE. Replace the word small with large. - correct

Given α=0.05 and the test statistics, decide whether the null hypothesis is to be rejected or
accepted:
1.60
A: Do not Reject - correct

Find the sample size given 95% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.05 and ̂p=0.15.
A:196 - correct

Given n=50, x̄ =250, s=4, 90% confidence. Assuming that the samples come from a normal
distribution, find the interval estimate of the population mean.
A: (249.07, 250.93) – correct

Given the sample size (n=250) and sample proportion (p=0.40), find the approximate margin of error
for the 90% confidence interval:
A: 0.05 - correct

Supposed that the z is the test statistics for hypothesis testing, calculate the value of the z for each
of the following. Express your answer in 2 decimal places.
µ = 31.2, σ = 3, n = 66, x̄ = 32
A: 2.17 - correct

Find the sample size given 95% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.10 and ̂p =0.30.
A: 81 - correct

Find the sample size given 99% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.10 and ̂p =0.35.
A: 152 – correct

The management of a local grocery store wants to estimate the average amount their customers
spend at the store to within 0.50 pesos, with a 90% confidence. What is the minimum sample size
required, if the standard deviation is assumed to be 4.50 pesos.
A: 220 - correct

Find the sample size given 90% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.08 and ̂p =0.25.
A: 80 - correct

Find the sample size given 99% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.11 and ̂p = 0.35.
A: 126 - correct

Given the sample size (n=150) and sample proportion (p=0.35), find the approximate margin of error
for the 95% confidence interval:
A: 0.07 – correct
A survey was conducted to 200 Grade 6 students who uses the internet in research instead of the
school library. Based on the survey, 160 students responded Yes. What is the population proportion
to students who uses the library in their research?
A: 80% - correct

St. Therese senior high school have an average achievement test score of 900. From a random
sample of 169 students St. Therese students we find the average achievement test score to be 850
with a standard deviation of 88. We want to know if these high school students are representative of
the overall population: What can we conclude based on the hypotheses and test statistic?
A: Reject null hypothesis - correct
Given n=20, x̄ =89, s=2, 99% confidence. Assuming that the samples come from a normal
distribution, find the margin of error.
A: 1.15 - correct

Given α=0.05 and the test statistics, decide whether the null hypothesis is to be rejected or
accepted:
0.1 – correct

Given α=0.05 and the test statistics, decide whether the null hypothesis is to be rejected or
accepted:
– 3.1
A: reject – correct

Given α=0.05 and the test statistics, decide whether the null hypothesis is to be rejected or
accepted:
1.0
A: do not reject - correct

When the confidence level is 90%, the Confidence coefficients is +-


A: 1.645 - correct
Bivariate is defined as the analysis of a single variable.
A: false - correct

Which of the following is a characteristics of a bivariate?


A: All of the choices - correct

Given the equation 3y = x+15, what is the y intercept?


A: 5 - correct

Given the equation 9y = x+9, what is the y intercept?


A: 1 - correct

Scatter plot is a series of connected points to form a line.


A: false - correct

Year is an example of a
A: Explanatory variable - correct

Given the equation y = 8x+ 14, what is the slope?


A: 8 - correct

A perfect correlation pattern is produced when


A: Points on a scatterplot lie on a straight line - correct

If the line has no slope or equal to zero


The line is a horizontal line - correct

The equation y=2x2 + 9 will produce a


A: parabola - correct

Three characteristics of a bivariate are


A: Shape, direction and strength - correct

Which of the following is INCORRECT about correlation coefficient.


A: correlation coefficient can never be a zero value - correct

The equation y=8x2 + 4 will produce a


A: parabola - correct

House rent and house floor area


A: House floor area is the explanatory variable and house rent is the
response variable - correct

Given the equation 5y = 20x+ 30, what is the slope?


A: 4 - correct

In the slope-intercept equation of a line, the slope of the line is represented as the coefficient of the
variable y.
A: FALSE – correct
Given the equation 3y = 21x + 9, what is the slope?
A: 7

Given the equation 9y = 18x + 9, what is the slope?


A: 2
Using the following data, find the lower bound of confidence interval. Your answer must be in 3
decimal places.
n=700, p̂ = 0.75, 95% confidence
A: 0.718 - correct

Using the following data, find the upper bound of confidence interval. Your answer must be in 3
decimal places.
n=700, p̂ = 0.75, 95% confidence
A: 0.780 - correct

Using the following data, find the margin of error. Your answer must be in 3 decimal places
n=400, p̂ = 0.75, 90% confidence
A: 0.036 - correct

Given the following data, find the lower bound of confidence interval. Your answer must be in two
decimal places.
Sample size = 100, Mean = 80, Standard Deviation = 20, Confidence coefficient = 1.645
A: 76.71 - correct

Given the following data, find the lower bound of confidence interval. Your answer must be in two
decimal places.
Sample size = 100, Mean = 75, Standard Deviation = 20, 99% confidence
A: 69.84 – correct

Given the following data, find the upper bound of confidence interval. Your answer must be in two
decimal places.
Sample size = 100, Mean = 75, Standard Deviation = 20, 99% confidence
A: 80.16 - correct

Given the following data, find the margin of error. Your answer must be in two decimal places.
Sample size = 100, Mean = 75, Standard Deviation = 20, 99% confidence
A: 5.16 - correct
RSCH
The coordinator made an announcement, “Only the first 100 applicants will be interviewed today.
The others would have to
come back tomorrow.”
Interview of applicants will be conducted today and tomorrow.
In reading, we should consider not only what we can directly get from the text but also what we can
read between the lines. In order to fully understand and appreciate a thought, a sentence, a
passage, and a text, we need to read more than the literal
meaning (Yu & Plata, 2006).
We should use given information in inferring ideas
Recommendations should aim to solve or help solve problems discovered in the investigation.
False
The best research design is the qualitative research design.
False
Mateo almost wished that he hadn’t listened to the radio. He went to the closet and grabbed his
umbrella. He would feel silly
carrying it to the bus stop on such a sunny morning.
Mateo heard a weather forecast; it would rain in the afternoon.
Godina (2004) explored the contradictory literacy practices of 10 high school students of Mexican
background from the rural
Midwest. Literacy is investigated through English and Spanish in a sociocultural context. Findings
reveal how Mexicanbackground students demonstrate different literacy practices in their homes and
communities than those acknowledged at school.
Results indicate that the lost opportunities for effective literacy learning at school ignored the realistic
responsibilities and potential of the Mexicanbackground students.
Ethnographic Research
Harmon (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) collected data from 8 nurses who were employed between 1951
and 1965 in a Virginia state
hospital. These nurses were now retired and had between 12 and 46 years of psychiatric nursing
experience. The researcher
wanted to describe the experiences of these nurses who practiced in a state mental hospital before
and during the introduction of
antipsychotic medications. They expressed resignation and frustration while trying to provide care
despite crowded wards and
inadequate personnel and supplies. The nurses indicated that they focused on the patient’s body
instead of on the patient’s mind.
The camaraderie they experienced with other nurses helped them continue in their positions, despite
what they felt to be a
“thankless job.”
8 nurses
Daly (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) studied the lived experiences of mothers of suicidal adolescents. She
contended that, unfortunately,
the mother’s experience is often the hidden dimension in the family. Unstructured interviews were
conducted with 6 mothers living
with suicidal adolescents. Six themes were identified: failure as a good mother, the ultimate
rejection, feeling alone in the struggle,
helplessness and powerlessness in the struggle, cautious parenting, and keeping an emotional
distance.
Phenomenological Research
Interview Segment
Q: What are your views on homelessness?
A: Well, I think it’s a terrible thing that in a modern society we have a problem such as this. I don’t
know though what we can do
about it. I want to do something but I don’t know what. You are constantly reminded of the problem if
you go to town. They are
always there asking for money. You don’t know though if they really need it or if they are in fact
doing quite well from begging. But
if you have any caring qualities you can’t ignore requests for help, when you have so much for
yourself. They say a lot of people
choose to live on the streets – well I don’t believe that. I think that is an easy thing for the authorities
to say – it lets them off the
hook. So really I guess the answer to your questions is that I am not sure what to think about
homelessness. I feel that something
should be done but I feel powerless to do anything personally. I think that the time has come for the
government to do something.
It makes me feel uncomfortable; I don’t know what to do.
Source: Grbich (2013)
Being homeless is a choice and individual decision.
True
Interview Segment
Q: What are your views on homelessness?
A: Well, I think it’s a terrible thing that in a modern society we have a problem such as this. I don’t
know though what we can do
about it. I want to do something but I don’t know what. You are constantly reminded of the problem if
you go to town. They are
always there asking for money. You don’t know though if they really need it or if they are in fact
doing quite well from begging. But
if you have any caring qualities you can’t ignore requests for help, when you have so much for
yourself. They say a lot of people
choose to live on the streets – well I don’t believe that. I think that is an easy thing for the authorities
to say – it lets them off the
hook. So really I guess the answer to your questions is that I am not sure what to think about
homelessness. I feel that something
should be done but I feel powerless to do anything personally. I think that the time has come for the
government to do something.
It makes me feel uncomfortable; I don’t know what to do.
Source: Grbich (2013)
Homelessness is a perennial global problem
True
Harmon (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) collected data from 8 nurses who were employed between 1951
and 1965 in a Virginia state
hospital. These nurses were now retired and had between 12 and 46 years of psychiatric nursing
experience. The researcher
wanted to describe the experiences of these nurses who practiced in a state mental hospital before
and during the introduction
of antipsychotic medications. They expressed resignation and frustration while trying to provide care
despite crowded wards and
inadequate personnel and supplies. The nurses indicated that they focused on the patient’s body
instead of on the patient’s
mind. The camaraderie they experienced with other nurses helped them continue in their positions,
despite what they felt to be a
“thankless job.”
Narrative Research
Williams and Irurita (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) studied the personal control and emotional comfort of
hospitalized patients.
Interviews were conducted with 40 patients, and 75 hours of field observations were conducted. The
basic psychological
process identified by the researchers was labeled “optimizing personal control to facilitate emotional
comfort.” Personal control
referred to the ability of patients to influence their environment; emotional comfort was defined as a
state of relaxation that
affected the physical status of the patient. Personal control was found to be a central feature of
emotional comfort.
Grounded Theory Research
Godina (2004) explored the contradictory literacy practices of 10 high school students of Mexican
background from the rural
Midwest. Literacy is investigated through English and Spanish in a sociocultural context. Findings
reveal how Mexicanbackground
students demonstrate different literacy practices in their homes and communities than those
acknowledged at
school. Results indicate that the lost opportunities for effective literacy learning at school ignored the
realistic responsibilities and
potential of the Mexicanbackgroundstudents
high school students of Mexican background from the rural Midwest
Interview Segment
Q: What are your views on homelessness?
A: Well, I think it’s a terrible thing that in a modern society we have a problem such as this. I don’t
know though what we can do
about it. I want to do something but I don’t know what. You are constantly reminded of the problem if
you go to town. They are
always there asking for money. You don’t know though if they really need it or if they are in fact
doing quite well from begging.
But if you have any caring qualities you can’t ignore requests for help, when you have so much for
yourself. They say a lot of
people choose to live on the streets – well I don’t believe that. I think that is an easy thing for the
authorities to say – it lets them
off the hook. So really I guess the answer to your questions is that I am not sure what to think about
homelessness. I feel that
something should be done but I feel powerless to do anything personally. I think that the time has
come for the government to
do something. It makes me feel uncomfortable; I don’t know what to do.
Source: Grbich (2013)
The homeless are also the same beggars asking for money on the street.
True
Williams and Irurita (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) studied the personal control and emotional comfort of
hospitalized patients.
Interviews were conducted with 40 patients, and 75 hours of field observations were conducted. The
basic psychological
process identified by the researchers was labeled “optimizing personal control to facilitate emotional
comfort.” Personal control
referred to the ability of patients to influence their environment; emotional comfort was defined as a
state of relaxation that
affected the physical status of the patient. Personal control was found to be a central feature of
emotional comfort.
hospitalized patients
Results rely heavily on words, and often quotations from those studied are included in the document.
True
Recommendations should aim for the ideals but they must be feasible, practical, and attainable even
for impossible.
False
Bill and Jessica were almost done taking turns choosing the players for their teams. It was Jessica’s
turn to choose, and only
Kurt was left. Jessica said, “Kurt.”
Jessica was pleased to have Kurt on her team.
You just opened a bag of potato chips and poured some juice in a glass when the phone rang. You
went out of the kitchen to
answer it. When you returned after a couple of minutes, you found the split juice and pieces of chips
on the floor. Your little
sister was tearyeyed and said, “I’m sorry. It was an accident.”
Your sister decided to get her own snacks
Not too much detail is needed in the summary of findings – simple answer the research questions,
and draw the conclusion.
True
The list of research participants
Word Tables and Lists
Characteristics of the people being studied
Word Tables and Lists
It is highly recommended through texts and marking them up with different colored highlighter pens.
Pawing
Organizational chart of the institution being studied
Graphics
Spradley (in Ryan and Bernard, 2003) recorded conversations among tramps at informal gatherings,
meals, card games, and
bull sessions. As the men talked to each other about their experiences, there were many references
to making a flop.
Spradley combed through his recorded material and notes looking for verbatim statements made by
informants about his
topic. On analyzing the statements, he found that most of the statements could fit into subcategories
such as kinds of flops,
ways to make flops, ways to make your own flop, kinds of people who bother you when you flop,
ways to make a bed, and
kinds of beds. Spradley then returned to his informants and sought additional information from them
on each of the
subcategories.
indigenous categories
He stole the recipe from the chef.
Plagiarism
Milken, Michael, et al. "On Global Warming and Financial Imbalances." New Perspectives Quarterly,
vol. 23, no. 4, 2006, p. 63.
CMS
Identify the following materials by choosing the correct letter: Research survey
Dynamic
An Inconvenient Truth. Directed by Davis Guggenheim, performances by Al Gore and Billy West,
Paramount, 2006.
MLA
She hastily distorted the statistical computation of the data to finish her paper on time.
Falsification
The researcher invented the results of the study.
Fabrication
Theatrical play
Dynamic
Food blog
Syndicated
The research assistant wrote an anonymous name in the list.
Fabrication
The World Famous Hot Dog Site. (1999, July 7). Retrieved January 5, 2008, from
APA
“What is your message to people who are still fighting cancer until now?”
5
“Good morning. I’m a health officer in our barangay and I also belong to the medical research team
of our community.”
1
Do you find her comments on your website offensive?
Leading
How people use their bodies and voices to communicate different emotions; what individuals’
behaviors indicate about their
feelings toward one another, their social rank, or their profession.
Physical behavior and gestures
Gender, age, ethnicity, and profession of speakers; dynamics of interaction
Verbal behavior and interactions
A researcher is interested in the examples or illustrations several authors have used to prove a
point. How can he pull them all
together and use them in his own paper in a list?
Include a citation after each separate example to indicate where you found them.
A blogger made a photo collage for his latest blog. He picked photos from his Facebook friends
without asking for their consent.
What research misconduct did he commit?
Plagiarism
Which of the following statements describes the process of reviewing the literature in a qualitative
study?
It is limited to a brief preliminary search so as to avoid bias from the researcher.
In MLA citation style, when documenting one author in reference in a text, which is correct?
This point has been argued before (Frye 197).
Which of the following statements is correct?
The reference list is doublespaced with hanging indents.
Which of the following is not an example of dynamic source?
paintings
Arrange the correct order of the guidelines for a coherent review of related literature:
1. Avoid misinterpretation or distortion of the writer’s original meaning by direct quotation.
2. Analyze their respective content, facts, findings, methods, concepts and implications. Cite
properly all relevant literature into a
meaningful whole.
3. Synthesize into holistic body of content or in one relevant discussion.
4. Classify and identify the appropriate categories, relationship, similarities, of both local and
international studies.
4, 2,1,3
Which of the following is an example of static type of source?
Html coded web sites
Which of the following is the most essential in conducting the review of related literature?
Examine all potential literature.
When doing your background reading for your literature review it is important to
All of the choices
Ellis, Rod. Understanding Second Language Acquisition. New York: Oxford University, 1986. Print.
MLA
What type of source is the newspaper clipping?
Syndicated
What does CMS citation style mean?
Chicago Manual Style
Most of the searches for related literature are conducted using:
Key word searches
What comes first before planning the structure of literature review?
Outlining the aim of the research
Which of the following is the best advice in using internet search engines in qualitative research?
Web addresses ending in ac.uk or .edu are generally bona fide academic sources
What is the APA citation style of the information of the source presented?
Personal author: McCullough, David G.
Title: John Adams
Publication info: New York : Simon & Schuster, c2001.
Bibliography note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 703726) and index
Cullough, D. (2001). John Adams, 703726. New York : Simon & Schuster
Which of the following is the best way to maximize the process of reviewing of the related literature?
Reviewing the researcher’s notes made on editorial and overview papers and chapters
Which of the following is not an error that will result to plagiarism?
Paraphrasing other people’s information and citing the source of that information
In 1904, Matisse came under the influence of Signac's use of separated colors in his paintings. This
was called "divisionism." As
Spurling says, "Divisionism provided logical grounds for separating the ultimate goal of painting
order, harmony, emotional
stability achieved through rhythmic compositions of form and color from its traditional dependence
on the subject. This was an
important idea for Matisse.
No year of publication beside the cited names
Which of the following is the best way to avoid plagiarism?
Make sure that the source of every idea is very clearly identified and cited.
What information is required for the APA intext citation?
Personal author: McCullough, David G.
Title: John Adams
Publication info: New York : Simon & Schuster, c2001.
Bibliography note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 703726) and index.
McCullough, 2001
Which of the following is true in MLA citation of block quotes?
All of the choices
The literature review must be:
Required reading for the program of the study
What does the researcher engage in reading the literature?
An evaluation of the literature
What is the purpose of the search for literature in research?
The researcher develops an awareness of all the related literature.
Which characteristic is the first consideration in surveying related literature and studies?
The surveyed materials must be as recent as possible.
In APA citation style, which of the following is TRUE about quotations?
They should be used only when absolutely necessary.
Why does a researcher need to cite his/her sources?
To show readers the materials where the researcher base his/her analysis, narrative or conclusion.
Which of the following is the best way to protect yourself against plagiarism?
All of the choices
Describe your relationship with your colleagues.
Open
Where people enter and exit; how long they stay; who they are (ethnicity, age, gender); whether they
are alone or
accompanied; number of people
Human traffic
Would you like to continue that kind of relationship?
Mapping
“Thank you for finding time to be in this interview. Your story is very inspiring.”
6
“One area of this research is to record particular challenges that cancer patients face after
chemotherapy. Could you tell me
your experience?”
4
What do you think about the two presidential candidates?
Open
What individuals’ preferences concerning personal space suggest about their relationships
Personal space
“How old were you when you discovered your disease?”
3
Do you feel great when people admire your work?
Leading
“How does your family view your situation?”
4
Pollan, Michael. 2006. The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals. New York:
Penguin.
APA
Research journal
Syndicated
Weinstein, Joshua I. "The Market in Plato’sRepublic." Classical Philology 104 (2009): 439–58.
CMS
Braveheart (starred and produced by Mel Gibson)
Static
The bibliography is incomplete.
Fabrication
The researcher manipulated the results of the study.
Falsification
Google.“Google Privacy Policy.”Last modified March 11,
2009. http://www.google.com/intl/en/privacypolicy.html.
MLA
Official website
Static
A director didn’t cite the name of the playwright he used in the contest.
Plagiarism
Spolarium by Juan Luna
Static
Reference list allows readers to locate and use the sources and copy the ones cited.
False
References can be the same as bibliography.
False
The club president tendered his resignation and said, “While I may no longer lead this organization, I
will continue to support its endeavors and activities.”
He will still participate in the activities of the organization.
James Springer and his identical twin James Lewis were separated at birth. They were raised in
different homes. They did not
meet again until they were 39. When they met, they found out the following: Springer’s first wife was
named Linda and his second
wife, Betty. Lewis has also had a wife named Betty and one named Linda. Each had a son named
James Allen. Each had owned a
dog named Toy. Their favorite subject in high school had been math. They had both studied law
enforcement after high school.
They had the same hobbies and the same favorite vacation place. They even liked the same brand
of cookies. (adapted from
http://www.gedonlineclass.net)
What conclusion can you draw about twins based on this article?
Identical twins have a lot in common
Conclusions should refer only to the population, area, or subject of the study.
True
“English has been dubbed as the “language of the world”. Over a billion people in the world have
considered English as their second
language. With over 2,500 OFW’s leaving the country everyday to different parts of the globe,
Filipinos are expected to arm
themselves with English to communicate with the world.”(Excerpt from “Nursing the
CarabaoEnglish”,in Yu& Plata, 2006)
Communicating in English is an important tool for Filipinos who want to work abroad.
The research report need not to be substantially different from drafts, except where participants have
indicated that change is
necessary.
True
The readers must be informed why this research counts and why is it important.
True
James Springer and his identical twin James Lewis were separated at birth. They were raised in
different homes. They did not
meet again until they were 39. When they met, they found out the following: Springer’s first wife was
named Linda and his second
wife, Betty. Lewis has also had a wife named Betty and one named Linda. Each had a son named
James Allen. Each had owned a
dog named Toy. Their favorite subject in high school had been math. They had both studied law
enforcement after high school.
They had the same hobbies and the same favorite vacation place. They even liked the same brand
of cookies. (adapted from
http://www.gedonlineclass.net)
What conclusion can you draw about the two men in the article?
Even though these men were raised differently, they like many of the same things.
Maria is watching too much television. A toddler shouldn’t be spending hours staring blankly at a
screen. Worse yet, some of her wild behavior have been inspired by those awful cartoons she
watches.
Some cartoons are not good for Maria.
In a study of birth planning in China, Greenhalgh (in Ryan and Bernard, 2003) surveyed 1,011 ever-
married women, gathered
social and economic histories from 150 families. She conducted indepth interviews with present and
formal officials (known as
cadres), and collected documentary evidence from local newspapers, journals and other sources.
Greenhalgh notes that "Because I was largely constrained from asking direct questions about
resistance, the informal record of field notes, interview transcripts, and questionnaire data contains
few overt challenges to state policy." Greenhalgh concludes, however, that their conversations with
the researchers, both peasants and cadres made strategic use of silence to protest aspects of the
policy they did not like. Cadres, for example were loathe to comment on birthplanning campaigns;
peasant women were reluctant to talk about sterilization. These silences form one part of the
unofficial record of birth planning in the villages. More explicit protests were registered in informal
conversations. From these interactions emerged a sense of profound distress of villagers forced to
choose between a resistance that was politically risky and a compliance that violated the norms of
Chinese culture and of practical reason.
searching for missing information
Geographic map of the study area
Graphics
Summary of research findings
Word Tables and Lists
Another linguistic approach is to look for naturally occurring shifts in thematic content.
Transitions
Interviews searching for what people do in managing impersonal social relationships, methods by
which people acquire and
maintain achieved and ascribed status, and information about how people solve problems
Social science queries
The changing image of public transportation
Pictures The approach is based on a powerful trick most of us learned in kindergarten and requires
paper and scissors.
Cutting and Sorting
The object is to look for metaphors in rhetoric and deduce the schemas, or underlying principles, that
might produce patterns in those metaphors.
Metaphors and analogies
Look carefully at words and phrases that indicate relationships among things.
Connectors
Artwork of the child participants
Pictures
Bisogni, et. al. (2005) studied the conceptual understanding of how management of food and eating
is linked to life course events and
experiences. Individual qualitative interviews were conducting to adults in upstate New York,
particularly 14 men and 11 women with
moderate to low incomes. A conceptual model of food choice capacity emerged. Food choice
capacity represented participants'
confidence in meeting their standards for food and eating given their food management skills and
circumstances. Most participants had
faced challenging and changing circumstances (income, employment, social support, roles,
healthconditions). Participants linked
strong food management skills with high levels of food choice capacity, except in the case of
extreme financial circumstances or the
absence of strong standards.
Narrative Research
Bullington (2005) investigated how older people (60+) experience the ageing body and how these
experiences affect aged peoples’
sense of identity. Explorative, open ended, interviews were conducted with 13 respondents between
the ages of 63 and 82, recruited
from a retired peoples’ organization, Church organizations, and from the working population. The
results showed that generally the
experience of the ageing body has to do with a changed life world, reactions to this change in terms
of body and self, and finding ways
to feel at home in this changed situation.
13 respondents between the ages of 63 and 82
Dunckley, Aspinal, AddingtonHall, Hughes, & Higginson (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) used the staff in
one hospice and one nursing home
setting in London as their research data. The purpose of the study was to identify facilitators and
barriers to the use of the Palliative
Care Outcome Scale (POS). Staff took part in semistructured interviews, completed diaries, and
participated in monthly meetings to
give their opinions of what they thought were the facilitators and barriers to the implementation of the
POS.
Action Research
Dunckley, Aspinal, AddingtonHall, Hughes, & Higginson (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) used the staff in
one hospice and one nursing home
setting in London as their research data. The purpose of the study was to identify facilitators and
barriers to the use of the Palliative
Care Outcome Scale (POS). Staff took part in semistructured interviews, completed diaries, and
participated in monthly meetings to
give their opinions of what they thought were the facilitators and barriers to the implementation of the
POS.
staff of one hospice and one nursing home
Interview Segment
Q: What are your views on homelessness?
A: Well, I think it’s a terrible thing that in a modern society we have a problem such as this. I don’t
know though what we can do about
it. I want to do something but I don’t know what. You are constantly reminded of the problem if you
go to town. They are always there
asking for money. You don’t know though if they really need it or if they are in fact doing quite well
from begging. But if you have any
caring qualities you can’t ignore requests for help, when you have so much for yourself. They say a
lot of people choose to live on the
streets – well I don’t believe that. I think that is an easy thing for the authorities to say – it lets them
off the hook. So really I guess the
answer to your questions is that I am not sure what to think about homelessness. I feel that
something should be done but I feel
powerless to do anything personally. I think that the time has come for the government to do
something. It makes me feel
uncomfortable; I don’t know what to do.
Source: Grbich (2013)
Common people are powerless to help the homeless.
False
Bullington (2005) investigated how older people (60+) experience the ageing body and how these
experiences affect aged peoples’
sense of identity. Explorative, open ended, interviews were conducted with 13 respondents between
the ages of 63 and 82, recruited
from a retired peoples’ organization, Church organizations, and from the working population. The
results showed that generally the
experience of the ageing body has to do with a changed life world, reactions to this change in terms
of body and self, and finding ways
to feel at home in this changed situation.
Phenomenological Research
Interview Segment
Q: What are your views on homelessness?
A: Well, I think it’s a terrible thing that in a modern society we have a problem such as this. I don’t
know though what we can do about
it. I want to do something but I don’t know what. You are constantly reminded of the problem if you
go to town. They are always there
asking for money. You don’t know though if they really need it or if they are in fact doing quite well
from begging. But if you have any
caring qualities you can’t ignore requests for help, when you have so much for yourself. They say a
lot of people choose to live on the
streets – well I don’t believe that. I think that is an easy thing for the authorities to say – it lets them
off the hook. So really I guess the
answer to your questions is that I am not sure what to think about homelessness. I feel that
something should be done but I feel
powerless to do anything personally. I think that the time has come for the government to do
something. It makes me feel
uncomfortable; I don’t know what to do.
Source: Grbich (2013)
Homelessness is hopeless to be solved.
False
Bisogni, et. al. (2005) studied the conceptual understanding of how management of food and eating
is linked to life course events and
experiences. Individual qualitative interviews were conducting to adults in upstate New York,
particularly 14 men and 11 women with
moderate to low incomes. A conceptual model of food choice capacity emerged. Food choice
capacity represented participants'
confidence in meeting their standards for food and eating given their food management skills and
circumstances. Most participants had
faced challenging and changing circumstances (income, employment, social support, roles,
healthconditions). Participants linked
strong food management skills with high levels of food choice capacity, except in the case of
extreme financial circumstances or the
absence of strong standards.
14 men and 11 women with moderate to low incomes
Interview Segment
Q: What are your views on homelessness?
A: Well, I think it’s a terrible thing that in a modern society we have a problem such as this. I don’t
know though what we can do about
it. I want to do something but I don’t know what. You are constantly reminded of the problem if you
go to town. They are always there
asking for money. You don’t know though if they really need it or if they are in fact doing quite well
from begging. But if you have any
caring qualities you can’t ignore requests for help, when you have so much for yourself. They say a
lot of people choose to live on the
streets – well I don’t believe that. I think that is an easy thing for the authorities to say – it lets them
off the hook. So really I guess the
answer to your questions is that I am not sure what to think about homelessness. I feel that
something should be done but I feel
powerless to do anything personally. I think that the time has come for the government to do
something. It makes me feel
uncomfortable; I don’t know what to do.
Source: Grbich (2013)
The homeless are stereotyping their social conditions to beg for money.
False
Interview Segment
Q: What are your views on homelessness?
A: Well, I think it’s a terrible thing that in a modern society we have a problem such as this. I don’t
know though what we can do about
it. I want to do something but I don’t know what. You are constantly reminded of the problem if you
go to town. They are always there
asking for money. You don’t know though if they really need it or if they are in fact doing quite well
from begging. But if you have any
caring qualities you can’t ignore requests for help, when you have so much for yourself. They say a
lot of people choose to live on the
streets – well I don’t believe that. I think that is an easy thing for the authorities to say – it lets them
off the hook. So really I guess the
answer to your questions is that I am not sure what to think about homelessness. I feel that
something should be done but I feel
powerless to do anything personally. I think that the time has come for the government to do
something. It makes me feel
uncomfortable; I don’t know what to do.
Source: Grbich (2013)
Not all homeless are impoverished.
True
Textbooks
Static
The researcher copied the results of the study from another thesis.
Plagiarism
She changed the gender of the participant to complete the all male survey.
Falsification
Ebert, Roger. Review of An Inconvenient Truth, directed by Davis Guggenheim. rogerebert.com, 1
June 2006,
http://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/aninconvenienttruth2006. Accessed 15 June 2016.
MLA
Baxter, C. (1997). Race equality in health care and education.Philadelphia: BallièreTindall.
APA
Leroux, Marcel. Global Warming: Myth Or Reality?: The Erring Ways of Climatology. Springer, 2005.
CMS
Live concert
Dynamic
Discovery Channel
Syndicated
Alibali, M. W. (1999). How children change their minds: Strategy change can be gradual or abrupt.
Developmental Psychology,
35,127145.
APA
The researcher declared she interviewed the resource person even if she didn’t.
Fabrication
RSCH 4th quarter exam
RSCH-111 WEEK:11 SHORT QUIZ 7
Name the research misconduct performed in the following situations by choosing the letter of the
correct answer:
The researcher declared she interviewed the resource person even if she didn’t.
- Fabrication
Ebert, Roger. Review of An Inconvenient Truth, directed by Davis Guggenheim. rogerebert.com, 1
June
2006, http://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/an-inconvenient- truth-2006.Accessed 15 June 2016.
-MLA
Which of the following statements describes the process of reviewing the literature in a qualitative
study?
A: It is a continuing process because the research problem becomes more focused throughout the
research.
Baxter, C. (1997). Race equality in health care and education.Philadelphia: BallièreTindall.
-APA
Identify the following materials by choosing the correct letter:
Live concert
-Dynamic
Leroux, Marcel. Global Warming: Myth Or Reality?: The Erring Ways of Climatology. Springer, 2005.
-CMS
Discovery Channel
-Syndicated
She changed the gender of the participant to complete the all male survey.
-Falsification
Textbooks
-Static
The researcher copied the results of the study from another thesis.
-Plagiarism
Alibali, M. W. (1999). How children change their minds: Strategy change can be gradual or abrupt.
Developmental Psychology, 35,127-145.
-APA
RSCH-111 WEEK 11: L.A 7
He stole the recipe from the chef.
-Plagiarism
Milken, Michael, et al. &quot;On Global Warming and Financial Imbalances.&quot; New
Perspectives Quarterly, vol.
23, no. 4, 2006, p. 63.
-CMS
She hastily distorted the statistical computation of the data to finish her paper on time.
-Falsification
An Inconvenient Truth. Directed by Davis Guggenheim, performances by Al Gore and Billy West,
Paramount, 2006.
-MLA
Identify the following materials by choosing the correct letter: Research survey
- Dynamic
research long quiz 4
30/30
c-MishaSanches
Which of the following is the first to help improve the use of the research literature?
Keep a researcher notebook
What is the APA citation style of the information of the source presented?
Personal author: McCullough, David G.
Title: John Adams
Publication info: New York : Simon &amp; Schuster, c2001.
Bibliography note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 703-726) and index.
Cullough, David. John Adams, p. 703-726. New York : Simon &amp; Schuster (2001). Print.
Why does a researcher need to cite his/her sources?
Examine all potential literature.
What is the purpose of the search for literature in research?
The researcher develops an awareness of all the related literature.
Which of the following is the best way to avoid plagiarism?
Make sure that the source of every idea is very clearly identified and cited.
What does the researcher need to generate useful and thorough key word searches?
A search and reading strategy
What comes first before planning the structure of literature review?
Outlining the aim of the research
What is the context of “literature” in a research project?
Published accounts of researchers
What citation style was used in this source?
Economy Hurt by Decline in English (2006, June 18). The Manila Times, p. A1, A2.
APA
What does the researcher engage in reading the literature?
An evaluation of the literature
A blogger made a photo collage for his latest blog. He picked photos from his Facebook friends
without
asking for their consent. What research misconduct did he commit?
Plagiarism
The Internet has become an accepted source of information for educational research. Which of the
following is NOT an indicator of the quality of information found on the Internet?
The authenticity of the information
Which of the following is not an error that will result to plagiarism?
Paraphrasing other people’s information and citing the source of that information.
Which of the following is the best advice in using internet search engines in qualitative research?
Web addresses ending in ac.uk or .edu are generally bona fide academic sources.
The literature review must be:
Required reading for the program of the study
What is the most popular citation style used in academic research papers?
APA and MLA
Which one is an example of a correct in-text quotation?
Eguchi and Eguchi (2006) and Icassatti (2006) mentioned that students showed enthusiasm while
using
these strategies.
Last week your professor talked about her theory of the best method for electoral reform in a lecture.
Since she knows all about it, do you need to reference this?
You need to cite it in the body of your paper and in the reference list.
Which of the following is true in MLA citation of block quotes?
All of the choices
Which characteristic is the first consideration in surveying related literature and studies?
The surveyed materials must be as recent as possible.
In MLA citation style, when documenting one author in reference in a text, which is correct?
This point has been argued before (Frye 197).
What is the difference of related literature from related studies?
Related literature are materials usually printed and found in books.
Which part of the review of the related literature engages in a dialogue with the literature?
Introduction
What type of source is the newspaper clipping?
Syndicated
Which of the following is an example of static type of source?
Html coded web sites
What information is required for the APA in-text citation?
Personal author: McCullough, David G.
Title: John Adams
Publication info: New York : Simon &amp; Schuster, c2001.
Bibliography note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 703-726) and index.
McCullough, 2001
What organizational principle is used to explain ideas according to their respective premise?
Theme
What citation style was used in this source?
Ellis, Rod. Understanding Second Language Acquisition. New York: Oxford University, 1986. Print.
MLA
What research misconduct is committed when the researcher use the sentences from published
medical
literature with minor modification in word structure without attribution?
Plagiarism
RSCH-110 QE
Which of the following can be found in the final part of the research paper?
Select one:
- Conclusion and recommendations of the study
Data gathering techniques are part of
Select one:
- The methodological framework
What is literature in research?
Select one:
- All of the choices
What category of information in participant observation is concerned about clothing, age, gender,
physical appearance of respondents?
Select one:
-Appearance
Which statement is true in writing research recommendations?
Select one:
-Recommendations should be logical and valid.
Which of the following is correct?
Select one:
-Only research conducted by academic staff with human participants requires ethical approval.
Which connector is used to signify conditional relationships?
Select one:
- Rather than
Why do researchers need to be knowledgeable about research misconduct?
- All of the choices
Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
A Qualitative Study of Multicultural Identities: Three Cases of London&#39;s Inner-City Children
Select one:
- Ethnographic Research
The researcher collected data using questionnaires, structured observation and interviews. What is
the
research design applied?
Select one:
- Ethnographic
What is a research design?
Select one:
-all of the choices
The entire research project is an exercise in
Select one:
-. All of the choices
What data collection procedure is used when analyzing and communicating the social life through
photos?
Select one:
-Visual data
What is the basis of research conclusion?
Select one:
- Data results
What influences the choice of the research design?
Select one:
- All of the choices
In participant observation, what information can be observed?
Select one:
- All of the choices
Which of the following should include the informed consent during an experimentation?
Select one:
-. All of the choices
Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
A personal journey with grounded theory methodology
Select one:
- Grounded Theory
Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
Living with the patients with Schizophrenia and their families
Select one:
- Phenomenological Research
Which of the following citation used the APA format?
Select one:
- Canonigo, C.S. (1999). English grammar &amp; composition part 1. Manila: CKC Publication
What research method allows researchers to obtain a detailed description of social settings or event
in
order to situate people’s behavior within their own socio-cultural context?
Select one:
-. Observation
Why is participant observation common among ethnographic studies?
Select one:
-. Because it helps researchers learn the perspectives held by study populations.
Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
Children of wealthy parents in the education system
Select one:
- Grounded Theory
Which organizational principle is used to connect the research topic to different backgrounds (i.e.
political, methodological, geographical, literary)?
Select one:
- Sector
What research design is used when a theory is developed from data generated by a series of
observations or interviews principally involving an inductive approach?
Select one:
- Grounded theory
What are research data?
Select one:
- All of the choices
Which of the following is the basic rule in data collection?
Select one:
- Begin with secondary data, then proceed if necessary to collect primary data.
Which of the following is the first stage of in-depth interview?
Select one:
- Establish an initial rapport
Which of the following should be considered in questioning data validity and reliability?
Select one:
- All of the choices
Which of the following is qualitative data analysis?
Select one:
-. All of the choices
A researcher would like to display the geographic map of his research population. What mode for
displaying qualitative data should he use?
Select one:
-Graphics
What section of the research should clarify concepts defined within the scope of the study?
Select one:
- Conclusion
The research project is
Select one:
- A scientific endeavor
Thea is interested to study the young people with dementia – chronic disorder caused by brain
disease
or injury. What research design is appropriate for her research inquiry?
Select one:
-Phenomenological research
What is common in data collection among qualitative researches?
Select one:
-Language based
Which of the following is the purpose of recommendations?
Select one:
-Courses of actions suggested by the researcher based on the findings of the study
Which of the following titles is a narrative research?
Select one:
- The Life and Works of Rizal
Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
Solving word problems of preschoolers through illustrations
Select one:
- Action Research
It is also known as the research plan.
-Research Design
How does key word in context (KWIC) work for novice researchers?
- Researchers identify key words and then systematically search the corpus of text to find all
instances of the word or phrase.
Which of the following is the content of conclusion?
- A judgment or final decision
What is the grounded theory research design?
Select one:
- The researcher generates a general explanation (a theory) of a process, and action, or an
interaction
shaped by the views of a large number of participants.
Which statement is correct in writing research conclusion?
Select one:
- All of the choices
What techniques for discovering research texts fall under simple observation?
Select one:
-Word repetitions, key-indigenous terms, and key-words- in-contexts (KWIC)
Threats to credibility in qualitative research exist when _____________.
Select one:
- The data that fail to fit the explanation or interpretation are not addressed.
What are the ways to verify conclusions for qualitative research?
Select one:
-Memoing, verification and credibility
Which of the following is not normally associated with qualitative data?
Select one:
-Pie charts
A study is based on 30 people (across three focus groups). What type of study is this?
Select one:
-Qualitative
What is the final stage of analyzing data?
Select one:
-Presenting the data in tabular form
A study is based on 1000 people interviewed face-to- face in shopping areas. What qualitative data
collection was used?
Select one:
- Interview
What kind of questions must be used in conducting interviews?
Select one:
-Mapping questions
Which of the following research questions should NOT be answered using action research methods?
Select one:
- Is parent attitude toward school uniforms related to their socioeconomic status?
Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
The lived experience of being a sole mother in the Philippines
Select one:
- Phenomenological Research
Which of the following is NOT the function of references?
Select one:
-To ensure sufficiently long reference list
How does verification of data happen?
-Check and recheck the data to ensure the initial conclusions are realistic, supportable, and valid.
Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
A study of the Italians and the health benefits of the Mediterranean lifestyle
Select one:
-Action Research
Which citation style is usually used in social science researches?
Select one:
-APA format
What is the optimal number of participants for a focus group discussion?
Select one:
- 8-12 members
Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
A historical and comparative note on the relationship between analytic induction and grounded
theorizing
Select one:
- Ethnographic Research
Which of the following is an example of falsification in research?
Select one:
-Manipulated data from the findings
Which qualitative research design seeks action to improve practice and study the effects of the
action
that was taken?
Select one:
-Action research
Which of the following belongs to related literature?
Select one:
-textbook
When assessing Internet based literature, which of the following is NOT important?
Select one:
- The layout of the site
Which of following should NOT be considered in conducting in-depth interview?
Select one:
- Pretend to be interested in hearing about the life of the interviewee.
__________________ is the thing (person, place, event, etc.) that is selected for inclusion in the
study.
Select one:
-Sampling unit
A teacher conducts an action research study of the problem-solving methods used by students in
her
ninth-grade Algebra I classes. Which of the following can she assume on the basis of her study?
Select one:
-Results apply only to Algebra I students in ninth grade.
Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
Student awareness in global warming
Select one:
- Action Research
What type of source are documentary films?
Select one:
- Static
What qualitative analytic approach is mentioned here? This approach involves the researcher in the
production of “objective” accounts of the content of the verbal, written or visual texts, the
development
of codes and categories often prior to analysis, and the definition and measurement of units of
analysis.
Select one:
- Enumerative approach
What is the purpose of the qualitative data analysis?
Select one:
- To accomplish a clear description of the phenomenon under study
What is bibliography?
Select one:
- A complete list of all works related to the study including the ones that are not directly contained in
the report
What is known to be deliberately fabricating details of a research project?
Select one:
-Lying by fabrication
A surveyor placed a cable across a street to count the number of vehicles which pass over it at
different
times of the day in order to select a site for a new 7-Eleven store. What type of data collection did he
use?
Select one:
- Observation
Which of the following is not a type of narrative research?
Select one:
- Case study
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of related literature and studies?
Select one:
-Reviewed materials must be many.
According to historical accounts, face-to- face methods have been used since the early years of
civilization to collect population figures. Why were these records kept?
Select one:
- All of the choices
Which of the following is the correct notion about observation?
Select one:
- A key data gathering method in social sciences.
Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
Lived experiences of adult caregiving daughter and their elderly mothers
Select one:
- Phenomenological Research
A literature review should include material that is _____________________.
Select one:
- Directly related to the research questions
Which of the following method is used in qualitative research?
Select one:
- Focus group discussion
__________ contains a small number of people (usually eight to twelve) and is convened to address
topics introduced by a group moderator?
- Focus group discussion
What is the best research design?
- For beginning researchers, a qualitative research is advisable because the natural setting is
accessible.
What kind of research will answer a social inquiry?
The correct answer is: Qualitative research is the best design for a social inquiry since it explores
and analyzes people's values and perspective through observation.

promote the values that are essential to collaborative work, such as trust, accountability, mutual
respect and fairness.

The correct answer is: Ethical standards


True or False: A responsible researcher looks for alternative ways to arrive at a conclusion in the
study.

The correct answer is: False


Research is described as a cycle because it follows a process.
True or False: Qualitative research requires data from a natural setting.
The correct answer is: True

Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research
knowledge and experience.
“Research is the highest form of adoration” ― Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
The correct answer is: Research is valuing others’ work.
Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research
knowledge and experience.
“I believe in innovation and that the way you get innovation is you fund research and you learn the
basic facts. ” -Bill Gates
The correct answer is: Innovation is funding a research and learning its basic facts.
Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research
knowledge and experience.
“Do research. Feed your talent. Research not only wins the war on cliche, it's the key to victory over
fear and it's cousin, depression.” ― Robert McKee
The correct answer is: Research is not only answering questions but also discovering one’s talent
and skill
Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research
knowledge and experience.
“The measure of greatness in a scientific idea is the extent to which it stimulates thought and opens
up new lines of research.” ― Paul A.M. Dirac
The correct answer is: Research starts from the stimulated mind and may end to measure of
greatness.
Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research
knowledge and experience.
“Research is formalized curiosity. It is poking and prying with a purpose. ” -Zora Neale Hurston
The correct answer is: Research is a formalized curiosity with a purpose.
Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research
knowledge and experience.
“All I’m armed with is research.” -Mike Wallace
The correct answer is: Research can equip anyone.
Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research
knowledge and experience.
“The more important reason is that the research itself provides an important long-run perspective on
the issues that we face on a day-to-day basis. ” -Ben Bernanke
The correct answer is: Research provides an important perspective on our daily issues.
Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research
knowledge and experience.
“In much of society, research means to investigate something you do not know or understand. ” -Neil
Armstrong
The correct answer is: Research is an investigation of the unknown.

Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research
knowledge and experience.
“Research is about engaging in a conversation with a brand.” -Matthew Rhodes
The correct answer is: Research is discussing specific issues.
Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research
knowledge and experience.
“Find out what’s really out there. I never said to be like me, I say be like you and make a difference.”
– Marilyn Manson
The correct answer is: Research is finding out there what other’s has not seen so you make a
difference.

Debriefing should…

The correct answer is: Explain all relevant aspects of research procedures
A researcher may withhold a participant’s name and any identifying characteristics when asked to
present such information when
The correct answer is: They have obtained a certificate of confidentiality

Researchers can encourage people to volunteer to participate in their project by

The correct answer is: Offering small incentives


Confidentiality is used to protect a participant’s privacy by
The correct answer is: Sharing only the information permitted by the participant
Anonymity is when a participant does not give a researcher…

The correct answer is: His/her name and identifying characteristics


Research hypotheses can be defined as
The correct answer is: A tentative conclusion or answer to a specific question raised at the beginning
of the investigation.
The correct answer is: Both can be utilized by researchers depending on the use.
Which of the following is not considered to be an example of misconduct in research?
The correct answer is: Fabrication of data
Informed consent requires that individuals…
The correct answer is: Have adequate information about the procedures and benefits associated
with the research

Confidentiality and anonymity are important to insure limited risk of exposure of information
including…
The correct answer is: Illegal behaviors
Normally, in which part of the research report are the hypotheses justified to the reader?
The correct answer is: in the introduction
What is the purpose of informed consent?
The correct answer is: To make sure that participants know exactly what to expect from the research
and to communicate their right to withdraw at any stage.
What scope of research promotes awareness to its audience?
The correct answer is: Education
What scope of research increases the productivity of an institution?

The correct answer is: Administration

Which of the following should not be done by the researchers?


The correct answer is: Prevent mental and physical harm to subjects.

Which of the following is not an ethical dilemma in research?


The correct answer is: Falsification of data bank
Which of the following is not an example of qualitative researchers?
The correct answer is: descriptive research

Critical researchers are primarily concerned with


The correct answer is: ethical violations in methodology
Fraud in research comprises
The correct answer is: all of the choices
What aspect of research experience illustrates the pressure to the researcher in meeting research
deadlines?

The correct answer is: Emotions


Among the steps in the research process, which part typically takes the most time of the researcher?
The correct answer is: Collecting data
What is a research instrument?
The correct answer is: a tool for data collection
What is an ethical dilemma?
The correct answer is: conflict between the different principles of immoral conduct
Which of the following statements is wrong?

The correct answer is: Research must give pride to its investigator.
Which of the following is not part of a systematic investigation?
The correct answer is: Getting funding for the research
Researcher’s involvement to the research means

The correct answer is: The research that the researcher takes in becomes a personal importance.
Research in daily life has
The correct answer is: Practical value

Research is

The correct answer is: Analyzing and interpreting new information


Which of the following best describes a hypothesis?
The correct answer is: Proposed before a good research question can be developed.
Modern qualitative research can generally involve a detailed study of

The correct answer is: values and judgement


Almost all research plans include the following components:
The correct answer is: a problem statement, a hypothesis, definitions, a literature review, a sample
of subjects, tests or other measuring instruments, a description of procedures, and data analysis.
Which of the following is NOT a role of a researcher?
The correct answer is: fabricator of data

A reasoning where one start with certain particular statements and conclude with a universal
statement is called
The correct answer is: inductive method

Research is
The correct answer is: Searching for the truth in a scientific way
Who is responsible for ethical behavior?
The correct answer is: the researchers

Which of the following is the first step in starting the research process?
The correct answer is: Identification of problem
Which of the following is not included in the research experience?
The correct answer is: Social class of the researcher

Research done in natural settings is


The correct answer is: more likely to involve applied research than basic research
What is a major ethical drawback of offering financial incentive for participation?
The correct answer is: It can be coercive.
Research involves exploring what _________________ other researchers have come to.
The correct answer is: conclusion
Choose the most appropriate explanation to the meaning of the following quotation on qualitative
research.
“The major strength of qualitative approach is the depth to which explorations are conducted, and
descriptions are written, usually resulting in sufficient details for the reader to grasp the
idiosyncrasies of the situation.” – Myers
The correct answer is: The importance of context and meaning are the reasons to get the depth of
explorations in qualitative research. The setting of the problem and multiple ways to get data from
the locale will surely help the researcher to explain the unexplainable.
Choose the most appropriate explanation to the meaning of the following quotation on qualitative
research.
“Formal symbolic representation of qualitative entities is doomed to its rightful place of minor
significance in a world where flowers and beautiful women abound.” Albert Einstein
The correct answer is: Qualitative research is everyday life research. The issues to be addressed
are in the beautiful places where problems are least expected to arise such as home, school,
church, tourist spots, etc.
Qualitative design is messy because it involves multi-layered processes.
The correct answer is: True
Choose the most appropriate explanation to the meaning of the following quotation on qualitative
research.
“The most important advances, the qualitative leaps, are the least predictable. Not even the best
scientists predicted the impact of nuclear physics, and everyday consumer items such as the iPhone
would have seemed magic back in the 1950s.” - Martin Rees
The correct answer is: The flexible design of qualitative research is illustrated in the quotation since
it can be modified from modern to conservative or vice-versa depending on the need of the study.
The skill set required of the researcher is the key to interpret unpredictable findings.
Online and mobile technology offer limited enhancements to qualitative research designs.
The correct answer is: False – unique
Qualitative research derives meaning from data of multiple sources.
The correct answer is: True

The qualitative design cannot be modified or changed.


The correct answer is: False – can
Qualitative research can prove the absolute truth.
The correct answer is: False - absence of absolute truth

Education, nursing, sociology, anthropology, information studies, humanities, and health


sciences are the only topics to be used for qualitative research.
The correct answer is: True
Qualitative research uses survey as an instrument for data collection.
The correct answer is: False – observation
Qualitative research is relative to the everyday life of the researcher including his/her meditation on
daily activities and experiences.
The correct answer is: True
Qualitative research addresses scientific issues.
The correct answer is: False – personal
Qualitative research requires the analytical and organizational abilities that are necessary for all
researchers.
The correct answer is: True

“The worse thing that contemporary qualitative research can imply is that, in this post-modern age,
anything goes. The trick is to produce intelligent, disciplined work on the very edge of the
abyss.” ― David Silverman
The correct answer is: The messy analysis and inductive approach is the qualitative characteristic
describe in this quotation. It involves multilayered process which may include anything but the
inductive approach will shape the result into an intelligent and disciplined work that will really make a
difference.
“Modernity is a qualitative, not a chronological, category.” - Theodor Adorno
The correct answer is: The unique capabilities of online and mobile qualitative research can be
under modern category and they are very much useful in qualitative research.
Identify the research title with the description of APPLIED or PURE research:
Multitasking: Helpful or Hurtful
The correct answer is: Applied
Which part of the research paper do you find the following? The weaknesses spring out of the
inaccuracies of the perceptions of the respondents.
The correct answer is: Scope and Delimitations
Ways to Improve School Readiness for Children

The correct answer is: Applied


Which part of the research paper do you find the following?
Avoid rhetorical questions (answerable by yes/no) for they only elicit either of the two responses and
may result to vagueness.
The correct answer is: Statement of the Problem
Which part of the research paper do you find the following? Possible solutions to existing problems
or improvement to unsatisfactory conditions.
The correct answer is: Significance of the Study

The best quality data that a researcher can get is the double blind test.
The correct answer is 'False'.
Individuals are like scientists who develop theories on how the world and their own activities
function.
The correct answer is 'True'.
Subjectivity of researcher in methodology is recognized less.
The correct answer is 'False'.
It is generally used to figure out the changes in a system when a variable in the system changes,
measuring how the end result changes by altering a variable.
The correct answer is 'False'.

The mathematics involved is very high level and people often struggle with it even after being taught
how to do it.
The correct answer is 'False'.

It addresses the question of how people produce social reality in and through interactive processes.
The correct answer is 'True'.
It can be defined like mathematical and statistical models which are describing a diverse array of
variables relationship.
The correct answer is 'False'.
Looks at relationships between variables and can establish cause and effect in highly controlled
circumstance.
The correct answer is 'False'.
It is the arrangement of the individual’s arrangements of a particular person.

The correct answer is 'True'.


The observation of such forms can be broken into the dimensions of temporal, spatial, material,
social, meaningful, media-technical, emotional and bodily aspects.
The correct answer is 'True'.
Applying the algorithm for detecting individual trees from Drone Images
The correct answer is: Applied

Which part of the research paper do you find the following?


It embodies substantive words or keywords or phrases that describe one’s research study.
The correct answer is: Research Title

It must give precise answers that will determine the difference or relationship, or implication of the
variables under study.
The correct answer is: Statement of the Problem

Compositions of Protons, Neutrons and Electrons


The correct answer is: Pure
It must also reflect the variables under study.
The correct answer is: Research Title
Your answer is correct.
The correct answer is:
Match the general term to its specific topic.
1. Generalization - [OFWs and migration]
2. Theater - [Les Miserables]
3. Texting - [Code switching]
4. Cloning - [Stem cell research]
5. Emotional quotient - [cyberbullying]
6. Anime - [manga]
7. Nuclear power - [Fukushima crisis]
8. Holidays - [Eid-ul-Fitr]
9. Natural material - [wood]
10. Dogs - [cross breeding]

College Tuition Becoming Prohibitive to Young Adults from Being Successful


The correct answer is: Applied
This section indicates the specific benefits which will be gained from the results of the study.

The correct answer is: Significance of the Study


A brief statement of the general purpose of the study.
The correct answer is: Statement of the Problem
The Specific Genetic Code of the Fruit Fly

The correct answer is: Pure


How Do Slime Molds Reproduce
The correct answer is: Pure
It is biased in terminology or position.
The correct answer is 'False'.
The problem statement is more specific than a topic and it limits the scope of the research problem.
The correct answer is 'True'.
It has the potential to suggest directions for past research.

The correct answer is 'False'.


It should not use comparative terms (such as higher, better, etc.).
The correct answer is 'False'.
It addresses indirectly some real problem in the world.
The correct answer is 'True'.

It clearly states the constructs to be examined.


The correct answer is 'True'.
It has multiple possible answers.
The correct answer is 'False'.

It should not pose an ethical or moral problem for implementation.


The correct answer is 'True'.
Indicate what is probably necessary to conduct the study and explain how the findings will present
this information.

The correct answer is 'True'.


It must only ask about the relationship between two or more variables.
The correct answer is 'True'.
Developing algorithm for performing classification based on pixels

The correct answer is: Pure


The period of the study which includes the time, either months or years, during which the data were
gathered.
The correct answer is: Scope and Delimitations
How to cure Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
The correct answer is: Applied
Theory of Relativity
The correct answer is: Pure
The rationale, timeliness, and or relevance of the study.
The correct answer is: Significance of the Study
No experimental treatments were given, and no control other than gender was attempted.

The correct answer is: DELIMITATION


The researchers also determined the children’s reactions on violent cartoon shows watched on
television.

The correct answer is: SCOPE


This is qualitative research that investigates the daily life of housewives on weekdays.
The correct answer is: SCOPE
Statistics will not be utilized in analyzing the results.
The correct answer is: DELIMITATION

The results of this study should be limited to students enrolled in similar programs.
The correct answer is: DELIMITATION
Some technical terms on information technology were not explained in this study.
The correct answer is: DELIMITATION

This study concentrates on the factors that need to be considered for the implementation of the
policy.

The correct answer is: SCOPE


Reliability of survey questions was not established.
The correct answer is: DELIMITATION
The inputs are only coming from senior high school students of the subject school.

The correct answer is: SCOPE


The study is focused on the possible implementation of online exam in the university.
The correct answer is: SCOPE
The beneficiaries mentioned in the significance of the study pertain to

The correct answer is: People and institution who have directly or indirectly experienced the
research problem.
How does ethical consideration consider in the scope and delimitation?

The correct answer is: Acknowledge the researcher’s co-authors.


Which of the following skill does not belong to a qualitative researcher?
The correct answer is: Technically capable in operating statistical devices.
Limitations of research refer to the

The correct answer is: Restrictions identified by the researcher.


Which of the following subject areas can be covered by qualitative research?
The correct answer is: Anthropology
Why are research questions used in qualitative research?
The correct answer is: All of the above
Willing (2009) argues that many qualitative researchers tend not to work with “variables” that are
defined by the researcher prior to the research project because
The correct answer is: All of the above
In the title “The Chemistry of English Language between Foreign and Local Students of Holy Ghost
College in Bangued, Abra”, who could be the possible beneficiaries of the research?
The correct answer is: Students, teachers, school administrators and future researchers
What is the characteristic of a specific question in the statement of the problem?
The correct answer is: It must contribute to the development of the whole research problem or topic.
What is the composition of a research title?
The correct answer is: The title must reflect the variables under study.
Which of the following is NOT strength of qualitative research?
The correct answer is: Subjectivity leads to procedural difficulty.

Which sentence belongs to the Scope and Delimitation of a research?


The correct answer is: This study determines the status of irregular second year students enrolled in
a Catholic school.

Qualitative research is relative to the everyday life of the researcher because


The correct answer is: They are particularly useful for exploring how and why things that have
happened.
Qualitative research proves the absence of the absolute truth because
The correct answer is: The researcher strives to collect information from which some level of useful
knowledge can be gained.
What is conceptual audacity that can be found in the theme of everyday life research?
The correct answer is: A tool that enables us to see new and perhaps surprising aspects of the
everyday lives that we lead.
Which of the following is NOT found in the significance of the study?
The correct answer is: Possible recommendations to the research findings.
Scope and delimitation distinguishes the constraints of the study by delimiting the topic in terms of
time, ____________________, availability of subjects, resources and ethical considerations.
The correct answer is: Measurability
Which of the following titles is best for applied research?

The correct answer is: The effectiveness of abstinence programs


What are the types of issues that qualitative research commonly answers?
The correct answer is: Sensitive or personal issues
What contributes to the messiness of qualitative research messy?

The correct answer is: the inductive approach


Which of the following is a good title for a qualitative research?
The correct answer is: The Chemistry of English Language between Foreign and Local Students of
Holy Ghost College in Bangued, Abra
Which of the following is characteristic of qualitative research?
The correct answer is: Flexible design
What is the purpose of daily life research?
The correct answer is: To study the social interaction in a natural environment.
Daily life research is advisable for students because
The correct answer is: It involves their experience.
How can a researcher become the data gathering instrument in qualitative research?

The correct answer is: The researcher is at the center of the data-gathering phase.
What does participant-researcher relationship mean in qualitative research?
The correct answer is: The participants and the researcher share the “research space”.
What is NOT an advantage of qualitative research?

The correct answer is: It measures the validity and reliability of a research instrument.
What is the coverage of ethical considerations in research?
The correct answer is: Human and non-human participants
How can online and mobile communications become advantageous in qualitative research?

The correct answer is: Participants can enrich their text responses by attaching files, images, links to
websites, and voice response.
Independent variable is identified as the _____________ of the research topic.

The correct answer is: Solution


It does not apply statistical test or measurement on data analysis.
The correct answer is: Qualitative
What is the last step of the research process?

The correct answer is: Make recommendations for further research.


A well-formulated title must state ______________ in a clear, concise, and precise way.
The correct answer is: Variables
What subject involves the everyday life?
The correct answer is: Social science
It is considered valid and reliable.
The correct answer is: All of the choices
It is a formal, objective, systematic process in which numerical data are used to obtain information
about the world.
The correct answer is: Quantitative Research
Its hypotheses are tentative and evolving, based on particular study.
The correct answer is: Qualitative
What is the use of research hypotheses?
The correct answer is: All of the choices
____________ tend to be generally expressed; a ____________ is a specific prediction about what
the readers will find.
The correct answer is: research question; hypothesis
The researcher should never report flaws in procedural design and estimate their effect on the
findings.
The correct answer is: False

It relates to the growth of knowledge, to the verification or validation of existing knowledge or


practice to the development of new knowledge.
The correct answer is: Significance of the Study

Online and mobile qualitative research enhance data integrity by


The correct answer is: All of the choices
Hypothesis refers to the
The correct answer is: A tentative statement about the relationship
Restate the statement: Although it might be said that an absolute truth is intangible in all forms of
research, the interactive, personal and interpretive approach in qualitative inquiry extinguishes the
notion that the outcomes represent an absolute truth.
The correct answer is: Absolute truth in non-existing in qualitative inquiry.
What is pure research?
The correct answer is: It develops or refines theories.

Research is
The correct answer is: investigating, analyzing and synthesizing new information from various
sources
Which title uses the qualitative inquiry?
The correct answer is: Eating habits of Preschoolers in Bulacan
In ethical dilemma, conflict of interest happens when
The correct answer is: The researcher participates as a research subject for his/her own study.
Which of the following is the good way to find a good topic?
The correct answer is: Personal experience

Which word was developed from the everyday life of man?


The correct answer is: Social
What is the research experience?
The correct answer is: researcher’s personal aspects

Which of the following is a characteristic of a researchable question?


The correct answer is: Unique
Its hypotheses are Specific, testable, stated prior to particular study.
The correct answer is: Quantitative

Which is a good argument in the research hypothesis?


The correct answer is: A dog can be trained to alert a human if the telephone is ringing.
Generalize the beneficiaries of a study.
The correct answer is: The readers are involved in all the studies that they read.
What is the best definition of justice in research?
The correct answer is: Fairness in distribution and equitable selection of participants
They must be clear and free from double meanings.
The correct answer is: Statement of the Problem

Its method is limited by variables.


The correct answer is: All of the choices
It is also used to uncover trends in thought and opinions, and dive deeper into the problem.
The correct answer is: Qualitative

What characteristic of qualitative research is mentioned here? The data and the researcher’s
interpretation of the data – hinge greatly on the contexts from which the data are obtained (Roller
&Lavraks, 2015).
The correct answer is: Importance of context
What section identifies the people or institution who will benefit from the findings of the study?
The correct answer is: Significance of the Study
It identifies the possibilities to which to which the study becomes manageable in terms of issues,
respondents, and time.
The correct answer is: Scope
It is an exploratory research.
The correct answer is: Qualitative
Which of the following is a proof of the research experience?

The correct answer is: All of the choices


An understanding of qualitative research is important because
The correct answer is: The daily life activities can be studied.
Which of the following is a product of basic research?

The correct answer is: natural sciences


What is the intervention used in quantitative research?
The correct answer is: No participant involvement
It generates data about human groups in social settings.

The correct answer is: Qualitative Research


It uses measurable data to formulate facts and uncover patterns in research.
The correct answer is: Quantitative
Which of the following is not under qualitative research?
The correct answer is: pure research
Which of the following applies the double meaning questions?
The correct answer is: All of the choices
What is the basic skill required of any researcher?

The correct answer is: Ability to source data


What is wrong with double meaning question in research?
The correct answer is: It may result to inaccuracies in the attitudes being measured for the question.
Choose a good research problem for a qualitative research?

The correct answer is: A student examined the function of boxing as a way to help adolescents with
a criminal record to deal with aggression

Time expenditure on research is lighter on the planning end and heavier during the analysis phase.
The correct answer is: Qualitative
Which of the following is not found in the scope and delimitation?
The correct answer is: Timelessness

Which of the following is the strength of qualitative research?


The correct answer is: This may in turn generate new forms of human action.
Paraphrase the statement: Qualitative approaches are typically used to explore new phenomena
and to capture individuals’ thoughts, feelings, or interpretations of meanings and process (Given,
2008).
The correct answer is: It is used to gain an understanding of underlying reasons, opinions, and
motivations of humans.
Which of the following is not a thesis statement?
The correct answer is: The wanton cutting down of trees.

Which of the following statements is true based on the question: which of these is a way to build the
general knowledge of a research topic?
I. Read a good recent textbook chapter.
II. Look for the recent publication before reading a material.
III. Find and use a reader on the topic in question.
The correct answer is: I and III

4TH QUARTER EXAM


He stole the recipe from the chef.
The correct answer is: Plagiarism

Research survey
The correct answer is: Dynamic
Milken, Michael, et al. "On Global Warming and Financial Imbalances." New Perspectives Quarterly,
vol. 23, no. 4, 2006, p. 63.
The correct answer is: CMS
An Inconvenient Truth.Directed by Davis Guggenheim, performances by Al Gore and Billy West,
Paramount, 2006.
The correct answer is: MLA
She hastily distorted the statistical computation of the data to finish her paper on time.
The correct answer is: Falsification

Alibali, M. W. (1999). How children change their minds: Strategy change can be gradual or
abrupt. Developmental Psychology, 35,127-145.
The correct answer is: APA
Ebert, Roger. Review of An Inconvenient Truth, directed by Davis Guggenheim. rogerebert.com, 1
June 2006, http://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/an-inconvenient-truth-2006.Accessed 15 June 2016.
Ebert, Roger. Review of An Inconvenient Truth, directed by Davis Guggenheim. rogerebert.com, 1
June 2006, http://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/an-inconvenient-truth-2006. Accessed 15 June 2016
The correct answer is: MLA
The researcher copied the results of the study from another thesis.
The correct answer is: Plagiarism

The researcher declared she interviewed the resource person even if she didn’t.
The correct answer is: Fabrication
Live concert
The correct answer is: Dynamic

She changed the gender of the participant to complete the all male survey.
The correct answer is: Falsification
Baxter, C. (1997). Race equality in health care and education.Philadelphia: BallièreTindall.
The correct answer is: APA
Discovery Channel
The correct answer is: Syndicated
Leroux, Marcel. Global Warming: Myth Or Reality?: The Erring Ways of Climatology. Springer, 2005.
The correct answer is: CMS

Textbooks
The correct answer is: Static
The researcher invented the results of the study.
The correct answer is: Fabrication

Theatrical play
The correct answer is: Dynamic
Food blog
The correct answer is: Syndicated

The research assistant wrote an anonymous name in the list.


The correct answer is: Fabrication
The World Famous Hot Dog Site. (1999, July 7). Retrieved January 5, 2008, from
http://www.xroads.com/~tcs/hotdog/hotdog.html
The correct answer is: APA
The bibliography is incomplete.
The correct answer is: Fabrication
Spolarium by Juan Luna

The correct answer is: Static


Braveheart (starred and produced by Mel Gibson)
The correct answer is: Static
Weinstein, Joshua I. "The Market in Plato’sRepublic." Classical Philology 104 (2009): 439–58.

The correct answer is: CMS


Pollan, Michael. 2006. The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals. New York:
Penguin.
The correct answer is: APA
Google.“Google Privacy Policy.”Last modified March 11,
2009.http://www.google.com/intl/en/privacypolicy.html.
The correct answer is: MLA
The researcher manipulated the results of the study.
The correct answer is: Falsification

Research journal
The correct answer is: Syndicated
Official website
The correct answer is: Static

A director didn’t cite the name of the playwright he used in the contest.
The correct answer is: Plagiarism
The literature review must be:
The correct answer is: Required reading for the program of the study

Which of the following is true in MLA citation of block quotes?


The correct answer is: All of the choices
What should be used in writing a related literature review?
The correct answer is: All of the choices
What organizational principle is used to explain ideas according to their respective premise?
The correct answer is: Theme
What is the most popular citation style used in academic research papers?
The correct answer is: APA and MLA
Which of the following is the best advice in using internet search engines in qualitative research?
The correct answer is: Web addresses ending in ac.uk or .edu are generally bona fide academic
sources.
Which characteristic is the first consideration in surveying related literature and studies?
The correct answer is: The surveyed materials must be as recent as possible.
What citation style was used in this source?
Ellis, Rod. Understanding Second Language Acquisition. New York: Oxford University, 1986. Print.

The correct answer is: MLA


A blogger made a photo collage for his latest blog. He picked photos from his Facebook friends
without asking for their consent. What research misconduct did he commit?
The correct answer is: Plagiarism

Which of the following is not an example of dynamic source?


The correct answer is: paintings
What is the purpose of the search for literature in research?
The correct answer is: The researcher develops an awareness of all the related literature.

Which of the following is the most essential in conducting the review of related literature?
The correct answer is: Examine all potential literature.
Economy Hurt by Decline in English (2006, June 18). The Manila Times, p. A1, A2.
The correct answer is: APA

What comes first before planning the structure of literature review?


The correct answer is: Outlining the aim of the research
What is the difference of related literature from related studies?
The correct answer is: Related literature are materials usually printed and found in books.

When doing your background reading for your literature review it is important to
The correct answer is: All of the choices
What does the researcher engage in reading the literature?
The correct answer is: An evaluation of the literature

The Internet has become an accepted source of information for educational research. Which of the
following is NOT an indicator of the quality of information found on the Internet?
The correct answer is: The authenticity of the information
Which of the following is the best way to maximize the process of reviewing of the related literature?
The correct answer is: Reviewing the researcher’s notes made on editorial and overview papers and
chapters
What is the context of “literature” in a research project?
The correct answer is: Published accounts of researchers
Which of the following is not an error that will result to plagiarism?
The correct answer is: Paraphrasing other people’s information and citing the source of that
information.
What is missing in the following passage from a student paper?

In 1904, Matisse came under the influence of Signac's use of separated colors in his paintings. This
was called "divisionism." As Spurling says, "Divisionism provided logical grounds for separating the
ultimate goal of painting - order, harmony, emotional stability achieved through rhythmic
compositions of form and color from its traditional dependence on the subject. This was an important
idea for Matisse.

The correct answer is: No year of publication beside the cited names
What is the APA citation style of the information of the source presented?

Personal author: McCullough, David G.


Title: John Adams
Publication info: New York : Simon & Schuster, c2001.
Bibliography note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 703-726) and index.

The correct answer is: Cullough, D. (2001). John Adams, 703-726. New York : Simon & Schuster
In APA citation style, which of the following is TRUE about quotations?
The correct answer is: They should be used only when absolutely necessary.
Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE with regards to the literature review?
The correct answer is: It explains the method necessary for the gathering of data.
What research misconduct is committed when the researcher use the sentences from published
medical literature with minor modification in word structure without attribution?

The correct answer is: Plagiarism


A researcher is interested in the examples or illustrations several authors have used to prove a
point. How can he pull them all together and use them in his own paper in a list?

The correct answer is: Include a citation after each separate example to indicate where you found
them.
Most of the searches for related literature are conducted using:
The correct answer is: Key word searches
In MLA, which of the following is the correct way to cite a website in a text?
The correct answer is: Both choices are correct

Which of the following statements describes the process of reviewing the literature in a qualitative
study?
The correct answer is: It is limited to a brief preliminary search so as to avoid bias from the
researcher.
Harmon (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) collected data from 8 nurses who were employed between 1951
and 1965 in a Virginia state hospital. These nurses were now retired and had between 12 and 46
years of psychiatric nursing experience. The researcher wanted to describe the experiences of these
nurses who practiced in a state mental hospital before and during the introduction of antipsychotic
medications. They expressed resignation and frustration while trying to provide care despite
crowded wards and inadequate personnel and supplies. The nurses indicated that they focused on
the patient’s body instead of on the patient’s mind. The camaraderie they experienced with other
nurses helped them continue in their positions, despite what they felt to be a “thankless job.”
The correct answer is: Narrative Research
Williams and Irurita (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) studied the personal control and emotional comfort of
hospitalized patients. Interviews were conducted with 40 patients, and 75 hours of field observations
were conducted. The basic psychological process identified by the researchers was labeled
“optimizing personal control to facilitate emotional comfort.” Personal control referred to the ability of
patients to influence their environment; emotional comfort was defined as a state of relaxation that
affected the physical status of the patient. Personal control was found to be a central feature of
emotional comfort.
The correct answer is: Grounded Theory Research
Godina (2004) explored the contradictory literacy practices of 10 high school students of Mexican
background from the rural Midwest. Literacy is investigated through English and Spanish in a
sociocultural context. Findings reveal how Mexican-background students demonstrate different
literacy practices in their homes and communities than those acknowledged at school. Results
indicate that the lost opportunities for effective literacy learning at school ignored the realistic
responsibilities and potential of the Mexican-background students.
The correct answer is: high school students of Mexican background from the rural Midwest
Interview Segment
Q: What are your views on homelessness?
A: Well, I think it’s a terrible thing that in a modern society we have a problem such as this. I don’t
know though what we can do about it. I want to do something but I don’t know what. You are
constantly reminded of the problem if you go to town. They are always there asking for money. You
don’t know though if they really need it or if they are in fact doing quite well from begging. But if you
have any caring qualities you can’t ignore requests for help, when you have so much for yourself.
They say a lot of people choose to live on the streets – well I don’t believe that. I think that is an easy
thing for the authorities to say – it lets them off the hook. So really I guess the answer to your
questions is that I am not sure what to think about homelessness. I feel that something should be
done but I feel powerless to do anything personally. I think that the time has come for the
government to do something. It makes me feel uncomfortable; I don’t know what to do.
Source: Grbich (2013)

The homeless are also the same beggars asking for money on the street.

The correct answer is: True


Williams and Irurita (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) studied the personal control and emotional comfort of
hospitalized patients. Interviews were conducted with 40 patients, and 75 hours of field observations
were conducted. The basic psychological process identified by the researchers was labeled
“optimizing personal control to facilitate emotional comfort.” Personal control referred to the ability of
patients to influence their environment; emotional comfort was defined as a state of relaxation that
affected the physical status of the patient. Personal control was found to be a central feature of
emotional comfort.
The correct answer is: hospitalized patients

Bisogni, et. al. (2005) studied the conceptual understanding of how management of food and eating
is linked to life course events and experiences. Individual qualitative interviews were conducting to
adults in upstate New York, particularly 14 men and 11 women with moderate to low incomes. A
conceptual model of food choice capacity emerged. Food choice capacity represented participants'
confidence in meeting their standards for food and eating given their food management skills and
circumstances. Most participants had faced challenging and changing circumstances (income,
employment, social support, roles, health conditions). Participants linked strong food management
skills with high levels of food choice capacity, except in the case of extreme financial circumstances
or the absence of strong standards

The correct answer is: Narrative Research


Bullington (2005) investigated how older people (60+) experience the ageing body and how these
experiences affect aged peoples’ sense of identity. Explorative, open ended, interviews were
conducted with 13 respondents between the ages of 63 and 82, recruited from a retired peoples’
organization, Church organizations, and from the working population. The results showed that
generally the experience of the ageing body has to do with a changed life world, reactions to this
change in terms of body and self, and finding ways to feel at home in this changed situation.
The correct answer is: 13 respondents between the ages of 63 and 82
Dunckley, Aspinal, Addington-Hall, Hughes, & Higginson (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) used the staff in
one hospice and one nursing home setting in London as their research data. The purpose of the
study was to identify facilitators and barriers to the use of the Palliative Care Outcome Scale (POS).
Staff took part in semi-structured interviews, completed diaries, and participated in monthly meetings
to give their opinions of what they thought were the facilitators and barriers to the implementation of
the POS.
The correct answer is: Action Research

Dunckley, Aspinal, Addington-Hall, Hughes, & Higginson (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) used the staff in
one hospice and one nursing home setting in London as their research data. The purpose of the
study was to identify facilitators and barriers to the use of the Palliative Care Outcome Scale (POS).
Staff took part in semi-structured interviews, completed diaries, and participated in monthly meetings
to give their opinions of what they thought were the facilitators and barriers to the implementation of
the POS.
The correct answer is: staff of one hospice and one nursing home
A: Well, I think it’s a terrible thing that in a modern society we have a problem such as this. I don’t
know though what we can do about it. I want to do something but I don’t know what. You are
constantly reminded of the problem if you go to town. They are always there asking for money. You
don’t know though if they really need it or if they are in fact doing quite well from begging. But if you
have any caring qualities you can’t ignore requests for help, when you have so much for yourself.
They say a lot of people choose to live on the streets – well I don’t believe that. I think that is an easy
thing for the authorities to say – it lets them off the hook. So really I guess the answer to your
questions is that I am not sure what to think about homelessness. I feel that something should be
done but I feel powerless to do anything personally. I think that the time has come for the
government to do something. It makes me feel uncomfortable; I don’t know what to do.
Source: Grbich (2013)

Common people are powerless to help the homeless.

The correct answer is: False


Bullington (2005) investigated how older people (60+) experience the ageing body and how these
experiences affect aged peoples’ sense of identity. Explorative, open ended, interviews were
conducted with 13 respondents between the ages of 63 and 82, recruited from a retired peoples’
organization, Church organizations, and from the working population. The results showed that
generally the experience of the ageing body has to do with a changed life world, reactions to this
change in terms of body and self, and finding ways to feel at home in this changed situation.

The correct answer is: Phenomenological Research


A: Well, I think it’s a terrible thing that in a modern society we have a problem such as this. I don’t
know though what we can do about it. I want to do something but I don’t know what. You are
constantly reminded of the problem if you go to town. They are always there asking for money. You
don’t know though if they really need it or if they are in fact doing quite well from begging. But if you
have any caring qualities you can’t ignore requests for help, when you have so much for yourself.
They say a lot of people choose to live on the streets – well I don’t believe that. I think that is an easy
thing for the authorities to say – it lets them off the hook. So really I guess the answer to your
questions is that I am not sure what to think about homelessness. I feel that something should be
done but I feel powerless to do anything personally. I think that the time has come for the
government to do something. It makes me feel uncomfortable; I don’t know what to do.
Source: Grbich (2013)

Homelessness is hopeless to be solved.


The correct answer is: False
Bisogni, et. al. (2005) studied the conceptual understanding of how management of food and eating
is linked to life course events and experiences. Individual qualitative interviews were conducting to
adults in upstate New York, particularly 14 men and 11 women with moderate to low incomes. A
conceptual model of food choice capacity emerged. Food choice capacity represented participants'
confidence in meeting their standards for food and eating given their food management skills and
circumstances. Most participants had faced challenging and changing circumstances (income,
employment, social support, roles, health conditions). Participants linked strong food management
skills with high levels of food choice capacity, except in the case of extreme financial circumstances
or the absence of strong standards.
The correct answer is: 14 men and 11 women with moderate to low incomes
The homeless are stereotyping their social conditions to beg for money.

The correct answer is: False


Not all homeless are impoverished.
The correct answer is: True
Daly (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) studied the lived experiences of mothers of suicidal adolescents. She
contended that, unfortunately, the mother’s experience is often the hidden dimension in the family.
Unstructured interviews were conducted with 6 mothers living with suicidal adolescents. Six themes
were identified: failure as a good mother, the ultimate rejection, feeling alone in the struggle,
helplessness and powerlessness in the struggle, cautious parenting, and keeping an emotional
distance.

The correct answer is: Phenomenological Research


Being homeless is a choice and individual decision.
The correct answer is: True
Godina (2004) explored the contradictory literacy practices of 10 high school students of Mexican
background from the rural Midwest. Literacy is investigated through English and Spanish in a
sociocultural context. Findings reveal how Mexican-background students demonstrate different
literacy practices in their homes and communities than those acknowledged at school. Results
indicate that the lost opportunities for effective literacy learning at school ignored the realistic
responsibilities and potential of the Mexican-background students.
The correct answer is: Ethnographic Research

Homelessness is a perennial global problem.


The correct answer is: True
Harmon (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) collected data from 8 nurses who were employed between 1951
and 1965 in a Virginia state hospital. These nurses were now retired and had between 12 and 46
years of psychiatric nursing experience. The researcher wanted to describe the experiences of these
nurses who practiced in a state mental hospital before and during the introduction of antipsychotic
medications. They expressed resignation and frustration while trying to provide care despite
crowded wards and inadequate personnel and supplies. The nurses indicated that they focused on
the patient’s body instead of on the patient’s mind. The camaraderie they experienced with other
nurses helped them continue in their positions, despite what they felt to be a “thankless job.”

The correct answer is: 8 nurses


Adler (2003) examined the relationship of foreign language study and SAT Verbal scores.
Additionally, the study explored whether or not the number of years of foreign language study had an
impact on SAT verbal scores. The students involved were female seniors at a private high school in
suburban Maryland. It was hypothesized that there would be no significant effect that the choice of
foreign language study has on the verbal score achieved on the SAT. This hypothesis was rejected
because there was a significant difference in SAT Verbal averages among the students of three
different foreign languages. French foreign language students outperformed Spanish and Latin
foreign language students.
The correct answer is: female senior students

Adler (2003) examined the relationship of foreign language study and SAT Verbal scores.
Additionally, the study explored whether or not the number of years of foreign language study had an
impact on SAT verbal scores. The students involved were female seniors at a private high school in
suburban Maryland. It was hypothesized that there would be no significant effect that the choice of
foreign language study has on the verbal score achieved on the SAT. This hypothesis was rejected
because there was a significant difference in SAT Verbal averages among the students of three
different foreign languages. French foreign language students outperformed Spanish and Latin
foreign language students.
The correct answer is: Action Research
Being homeless is a permanent social status.
The correct answer is: False

Gance-Cleveland (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) examined the features, critical attributes, processes, and
benefits of school based support groups for adolescents with an addicted parent. Participant
observations were conducted weekly at two high schools over one semester. Interviews were
conducted with program administrators, school administrators, group co-facilitators, and participants.
School-based support group participation was found to enhance self-knowledge and led to self-care
and self-healing.
The correct answer is: program administrators, school administrators, group co-facilitators
The government is the only one who can help the homeless.
The correct answer is: False

Many people are still unconditionally helping the homeless.


The correct answer is: True
Edwards (2007) explored the process of college men’s gender identity development. In order to try
to meet these expectations and be seen as men, participants described putting on a performance
that was like wearing a mask or “putting my man face on.” This process included learning societal
expectations of them as men, as well as specific cultural group expectations. The men in this study
were all aware that they did not neatly fit behind the mask, either as a result of personal
characteristics or social identities. Their resulting insecurities led them to wearing the mask both
consciously and unconsciously so that they would be seen as men by society.
The correct answer is: Grounded Theory Research
Edwards (2007) explored the process of college men’s gender identity development. In order to try
to meet these expectations and be seen as men, participants described putting on a performance
that was like wearing a mask or “putting my man face on.” This process included learning societal
expectations of them as men, as well as specific cultural group expectations. The men in this study
were all aware that they did not neatly fit behind the mask, either as a result of personal
characteristics or social identities. Their resulting insecurities led them to wearing the mask both
consciously and unconsciously so that they would be seen as men by society.
The correct answer is: college men
Daly (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) studied the lived experiences of mothers of suicidal adolescents. She
contended that, unfortunately, the mother’s experience is often the hidden dimension in the family.
Unstructured interviews were conducted with 6 mothers living with suicidal adolescents. Six themes
were identified: failure as a good mother, the ultimate rejection, feeling alone in the struggle,
helplessness and powerlessness in the struggle, cautious parenting, and keeping an emotional
distance.
The correct answer is: 6 mothers living with suicidal adolescents
Gance-Cleveland (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) examined the features, critical attributes, processes, and
benefits of school based support groups for adolescents with an addicted parent. Participant
observations were conducted weekly at two high schools over one semester. Interviews were
conducted with program administrators, school administrators, group co-facilitators, and participants.
School-based support group participation was found to enhance self-knowledge and led to self-care
and self-healing.
The correct answer is: Ethnographic Research

How people use their bodies and voices to communicate different emotions; what individuals’
behaviors indicate about their feelings toward one another, their social rank, or their profession.
The correct answer is: Physical behavior and gestures
“Good morning. I’m a health officer in our barangay and I also belong to the medical research team
of our community.”

The correct answer is: 1


“Can you describe how you first became aware of your sickness?”
The correct answer is: 3
Anything that might indicate membership in groups or in sub-populations of interest to the study,
such as profession, social status, socioeconomic class, religion, or ethnicity
The correct answer is: Appearance
What do you feel when people admire your work?

The correct answer is: Open


Would you like to continue that kind of relationship?
The correct answer is: Mapping
What individuals’ preferences concerning personal space suggest about their relationships
The correct answer is: Personal space
Do you think he is gay?
The correct answer is: Leading
“How does your family view your situation?”

The correct answer is: 4


What do you think about the two presidential candidates?
The correct answer is: Open
The characteristics of these individuals; what differentiates them from others; whether people consult
them or they approach other people; whether they seem to be strangers or well known by others
present.
The correct answer is: People who stand out
“This research is conducted to investigate the life experiences of people who survived cancer and
now living cancer free for more than 5 years.”
The correct answer is: 2
“Thank you for finding time to be in this interview. Your story is very inspiring.”
The correct answer is: 6
“One area of this research is to record particular challenges that cancer patients face after
chemotherapy. Could you tell me your experience?”

The correct answer is: 4


Where people enter and exit; how long they stay; who they are (ethnicity, age, gender); whether they
are alone or accompanied; number of people

The correct answer is: Human traffic


Organizational chart of the institution being studied
The correct answer is: Graphics
Another way to find themes is to look for local terms that may sound unfamiliar or are used in
unfamiliar ways.
The correct answer is: Indigenous category
Naomi Quinn (in Ryan and Bernard, 2003) has analyzed hundreds of hours of interviews to discover
concepts underlying American marriage and to show how these concepts are tied together. She
began by looking at patterns of speech and at the repetition of key words and phrases, paying
particular attention to informants' use of metaphors and the commonalities in their reasoning about
marriage. Nan, one of her informants, says that "marriage is a manufactured product." This popular
metaphor indicates that Nan sees marriages as something that has properties, like strength and
staying power, and as something that requires work to produce. Some marriages are "put together
well," while others "fall apart" like so many cars or toys or washing machines.
The correct answer is: metaphors and analogies
Area plan of a research field
The correct answer is: Graphics
The idea that themes represent the ways in which texts are either similar or different from each
other.
The correct answer is: Compare and contrast
Look carefully at words and phrases that indicate relationships among things.
The correct answer is: Connectors
The changing image of public transportation
The correct answer is: Pictures
The approach is based on a powerful trick most of us learned in kindergarten and requires paper
and scissors.
The correct answer is: Cutting and Sorting
The object is to look for metaphors in rhetoric and deduce the schemas, or underlying principles, that
might produce patterns in those metaphors.
The correct answer is: Metaphors and analogies
Sherzer (in Ryan and Bernard, 2003) presents a detailed analysis of a two-hour performance by
Chief Olopinikwa of a traditional San Blas Kuna chant. The chant was recorded in 1970. Like many
linguistic anthropologists, Sherzer had taught an assistant, Alberto Campos, to use a phonetic
transcription system. After the chant, Sherzer asked Campos, to transcribe and translate the tape.
Campos put Kuna and Spanish on left- and right-facing pages. By studying Campos’s translation
against the original Kuna, Sherzer was able to pick out certain recurrent features. Campos left out
the chanted utterances of the responding chief (usually something like "so it is"), which turned out to
be markers for verse endings in the chant. Campos also left out so-called framing words and
phrases (like "Thus" at the beginning of a verse and "it is said, so I pronounce" at the end of a
verse). These contribute to the line and verse structure of the chant. Finally, "instead of transposing
metaphors and other figurative and allusive language into Spanish" Campos "explains them in his
translation".
The correct answer is: transitions
Another linguistic approach is to look for naturally occurring shifts in thematic content.
The correct answer is: Transitions
It is based on a simple observation: if you want to understand a concept, then look at how it is used.
The correct answer is: Key words in context (KWIC)
In a study of birth planning in China, Greenhalgh (in Ryan and Bernard, 2003) surveyed 1,011 ever-
married women, gathered social and economic histories from 150 families. She conducted in-depth
interviews with present and formal officials (known as cadres), and collected documentary evidence
from local newspapers, journals and other sources. Greenhalgh notes that "Because I was largely
constrained from asking direct questions about resistance, the informal record of field notes,
interview transcripts, and questionnaire data contains few overt challenges to state policy."
Greenhalgh concludes, however, that their conversations with the researchers, both peasants and
cadres made strategic use of silence to protest aspects of the policy they did not like. Cadres, for
example were loatheto comment on birth-planning campaigns; peasant women were reluctant to talk
about sterilization. These silences form one part of the unofficial record of birth planning in the
villages. More explicit protests were registered in informal conversations. From these interactions
emerged a sense of profound distress of villagers forced to choose between a resistance that was
politically risky and a compliance that violated the norms of Chinese culture and of practical reason.
The correct answer is: searching for missing information
Geographic map of the study area
The correct answer is: Graphics
Artwork of the child participants

The correct answer is: Pictures


Results rely heavily on words, and often quotations from those studied are included in the document.
The correct answer is: True
Recommendations should aim for the ideals but they must be feasible, practical, and attainable even
for impossible.
The correct answer is: False
Bill and Jessica were almost done taking turns choosing the players for their teams. It was Jessica’s
turn to choose, and only Kurt was left. Jessica said, “Kurt.”
The correct answer is: Jessica was pleased to have Kurt on her team.
You just opened a bag of potato chips and poured some juice in a glass when the phone rang. You
went out of the kitchen to answer it. When you returned after a couple of minutes, you found the split
juice and pieces of chips on the floor. Your little sister was teary-eyed and said, “I’m sorry. It was an
accident.”
The correct answer is: Your sister decided to get her own snacks.
Not too much detail is needed in the summary of findings – simple answer the research questions,
and draw the conclusion

The correct answer is: True


Conclusions should refer only to the population, area, or subject of the study.
The correct answer is: True
James Springer and his identical twin James Lewis were separated at birth. They were raised in
different homes. They did not meet again until they were 39. When they met, they found out the
following: Springer’s first wife was named Linda and his second wife, Betty. Lewis has also had a
wife named Betty and one named Linda. Each had a son named James Allen. Each had owned a
dog named Toy. Their favorite subject in high school had been math. They had both studied law
enforcement after high school. They had the same hobbies and the same favorite vacation
place. They even liked the same brand of cookies. (adapted from http://www.gedonlineclass.net)
What conclusion can you draw about the two men in the article?
The correct answer is: Even though these men were raised differently, they like many of the same
things.
References can be the same as bibliography.
The correct answer is: False
Reference list allows readers to locate and use the sources and copy the ones cited.
The correct answer is: False
The readers must be informed why this research counts and why is it important.
The correct answer is: True
The club president tendered his resignation and said, “While I may no longer lead this organization, I
will continue to support its endeavors and activities.”
The correct answer is: He will still participate in the activities of the organization.
The research report need not to be substantially different from drafts, except where participants have
indicated that change is necessary.
The correct answer is: True
James Springer and his identical twin James Lewis were separated at birth. They were raised in
different homes. They did not meet again until they were 39. When they met, they found out the
following: Springer’s first wife was named Linda and his second wife, Betty. Lewis has also had a
wife named Betty and one named Linda. Each had a son named James Allen. Each had owned a
dog named Toy. Their favorite subject in high school had been math. They had both studied law
enforcement after high school. They had the same hobbies and the same favorite vacation
place. They even liked the same brand of cookies. (adapted from http://www.gedonlineclass.net)
What conclusion can you draw about twins based on this article?

The correct answer is: Identical twins have a lot in common.


“English has been dubbed as the “language of the world”. Over a billion people in the world have
considered English as their second language. With over 2,500 OFW’s leaving the country
everydayto different parts of the globe, Filipinos are expected to arm themselves with English to
communicate with the world.”(Excerpt from “Nursing the CarabaoEnglish”,in Yu& Plata, 2006)
The correct answer is: Communicating in English is an important tool for Filipinos who want to work
abroad.
Maria is watching too much television. A toddler shouldn’t be spending hours staring blankly at a
screen. Worse yet, some of her wild behavior have been inspired by those awful cartoons she
watches.
The correct answer is: Some cartoons are not good for Maria.

In reading, we should consider not only what we can directly get from the text but also what we can
read between the lines. In order to fully understand and appreciate a thought, a sentence, a
passage, and a text, we need to read more than the literal meaning (Yu & Plata, 2006).
The correct answer is: We should use given information in inferring ideas.
Mateo almost wished that he hadn’t listened to the radio. He went to the closet and grabbed his
umbrella. He would feel silly carrying it to the bus stop on such a sunny morning.
The correct answer is: Mateo heard a weather forecast; it would rain in the afternoon.
The best research design is the qualitative research design.
The correct answer is: False
The coordinator made an announcement, “Only the first 100 applicants will be interviewed today.
The others would have to come back tomorrow.”
The correct answer is: Interview of applicants will be conducted today and tomorrow.

Recommendations should aim to solve or help solve problems discovered in the investigation.
The correct answer is: False
Arrange the following parts of the research paper by numbering them chronologically from 1
to 10.
Methodology
Significance of the Study
Conclusions and Recommendations
Introduction
Review of Related Literature
Title
References
Statement of the Problem
Presentation and Interpretation of Data
Scope and Delimitation

Which of the following is the content of conclusion?


The correct answer is: A judgment or final decision
Which of the following should be considered in questioning data validity and reliability?
The correct answer is: All of the choices

What research method allows researchers to obtain a detailed description of social settings or event
in order to situate people’s behavior within their own socio-cultural context?
The correct answer is: Observation
What is literature in research?
The correct answer is: All of the choices
What are the ways to verify conclusions for qualitative research?
The correct answer is: Memoing, verification and credibility

Which citation style is usually used in social science researches?


The correct answer is: APA format
Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
Living with the patients with Schizophrenia and their families
The correct answer is: Phenomenological Research
What research design is used when a theory is developed from data generated by a series of
observations or interviews principally involving an inductive approach?
The correct answer is: Grounded theory
What is bibliography?

The correct answer is: A complete list of all works related to the study including the ones that are not
directly contained in the report.
What techniques for discovering research texts fall under simple observation?
The correct answer is: Word repetitions, key-indigenous terms, and key-words-in-contexts (KWIC)
How does verification of data happen?
The correct answer is: Check and recheck the data to ensure the initial conclusions are realistic,
supportable, and valid.
Which of the following research questions should NOT be answered using action research methods?
The correct answer is: Is parent attitude toward school uniforms related to their socioeconomic
status?
Which statement is true in writing research recommendations?
The correct answer is: Recommendations should be logical and valid.

What data collection procedure is used when analyzing and communicating the social life through
photos?
The correct answer is: Visual data

What is known to be deliberately fabricating details of a research project?


The correct answer is: Lying by fabrication
What is the grounded theory research design?
The correct answer is: The researcher generates a general explanation (a theory) of a process, and
action, or an interaction shaped by the views of a large number of participants.
Which organizational principle is used to connect the research topic to different backgrounds (i.e.
political, methodological, geographical, literary)?
The correct answer is: Sector
__________________ is the thing (person, place, event, etc.) that is selected for inclusion in the
study.
The correct answer is: Sampling unit
A study is based on 30 people (across three focus groups). What type of study is this?
The correct answer is: Qualitative
It is also known as the research plan.
The correct answer is: Research design
Which of the following method is used in qualitative research?

The correct answer is: Focus group discussion


Which of the following is an example of falsification in research?
The correct answer is: Manipulated data from the findings
A surveyor placed a cable across a street to count the number of vehicles which pass over it at
different times of the day in order to select a site for a new 7-Eleven store. What type of data
collection did he use?
The correct answer is: Observation
Why do researchers need to be knowledgeable about research misconduct?
The correct answer is: All of the choices
Which of the following titles is a narrative research?

The correct answer is: The Life and Works of Rizal


Which of the following citation used the APA format?
The correct answer is: Canonigo, C.S. (1999). English grammar & composition part 1. Manila: CKC
Publication
Why is participant observation common among ethnographic studies?
The correct answer is: Because it helps researchers learn the perspectives held by study
populations.
The research project is
The correct answer is: A scientific endeavor
Which statement is correct in writing research conclusion?
The correct answer is: All of the choices
A researcher would like to display the geographic map of his research population. What mode for
displaying qualitative data should he use?
The correct answer is: Graphics
What type of source are documentary films?
The correct answer is: Static
What influences the choice of the research design?

The correct answer is: All of the choices


Data gathering techniques are part of
The correct answer is: The methodological framework
What category of information in participant observation is concerned about clothing, age, gender,
physical appearance of respondents?
The correct answer is: Appearance

What kind of questions must be used in conducting interviews?


The correct answer is: Mapping questions
Which of the following is the first stage of in-depth interview?
The correct answer is: Establish an initial rapport

What is the best research design?


The correct answer is: For beginning researchers, a qualitative research is advisable because the
natural setting is accessible.

A study of the Italians and the health benefits of the Mediterranean lifestyle
The correct answer is: Action Research
What is pawing in context analysis?
The correct answer is: Marking the texts up with different colored highlighter pens.

Which of the following is the purpose of recommendations?


The correct answer is: Courses of actions suggested by the researcher based on the findings of the
study

Which of the following is qualitative data analysis?


Select one:

a. All of the choices


b. Involves the uncovering information relating to languages within cultural contexts.
c. Involves seeking meaning and developing interpretive explanation through the process of feedback.
d. Needs to maintain a detailed and critically reflective diary record and be prepared to subject
himself/herself to regular periods of debriefing with a supervisor or colleague.
Feedback
The correct answer is: All of the choices
What is the basis of research conclusion?
The correct answer is: Data results
Student awareness in global warming

The correct answer is: Action Research


What is a research design?
The correct answer is: all of the choices
__________ contains a small number of people (usually eight to twelve) and is convened to address
topics introduced by a group moderator?
The correct answer is: Focus group discussion

What section of the research should clarify concepts defined within the scope of the study?
The correct answer is: Conclusion
When assessing Internet based literature, which of the following is NOT important?
The correct answer is: The layout of the site

Which qualitative research design seeks action to improve practice and study the effects of the
action that was taken?
The correct answer is: Action research

What is the final stage of analyzing data?


The correct answer is: Presenting the data in tabular form
Which of the following should include the informed consent during an experimentation?
The correct answer is: All of the choices

RSCH G11
-Which of the following is not an ethical dilemma in research?

Select one: a. Misconduct in research b. Informed consent c. Falsification of data bank d. Conflicts of
interest

-True or False: A responsible researcher looks for alternative ways to arrive at a conclusion in the study.

Answer: False

-What aspect of research experience illustrates the expedition of the researcher?

Select one: a. Involvement b. Research Adventure c. Emotions d. Knowledge

-What does “observe justice” mean in ethical research?

Select one: a. Individuals should be treated as autonomous agents. b. Persons with diminished autonomy
(e.g., prisoners, students, children, etc) should not be coerced to participate in a research. c. Investigators
should mind the reduction of risk that might occur from the research. d. Investigator should practice
fairness in distribution and equitable selection of participants.

-A researcher may withhold a participant’s name and any identifying characteristics when asked to
present such information when

Select one: a. They feel the information is unnecessary to the individual b. They have obtained a
certificate of confidentiality c. It is a case involving required reporting d. The research paper is not
published yet.

-What is scientific method?

Select one: a. Validating the results b. Systematic process c. Good research d. Making research
instruments

-Research is described as a cycle because it follows a process.

-Which of the following is not included in the research experience?

Select one: a. Identity of the researcher b. Biography of the researcher c. Social class of the researcher d.
Emotions of the researcher

-Anonymity is when a participant does not give a researcher…

Select one: a. His/her name and identifying characteristics b. Confidential material c. Confidential material
and identifying characteristics d. His/her name e. Identifying characteristics f. His/her name and
confidential material

-Research is

Select one: a. Reorganizing, or restating, reviewing common findings b. Analyzing and interpreting new
information c. Collecting existing information d. Modifying established knowledge

-Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research question, and answer FALSE if
it is an incorrect description. It should not use comparative terms (such as higher, better, etc.).

Select one: True False

-Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research question, and answer FALSE if
it is an incorrect description. The problem statement is more specific than a topic and it limits the scope of
the research problem.

Select one: True False

-Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research question, and answer FALSE if
it is an incorrect description. The problem statement is more specific than a topic and it limits the scope of
the research problem.

Select one: True False

-Identify the research title with the description of APPLIED or PURE research: The Specific Genetic Code
of the Fruit Fly

Answer: PURE

-Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research question, and answer FALSE if
it is an incorrect description. It is biased in terminology or position.

Select one: True False


-Identify the research title with the description of APPLIED or PURE research: Compositions of Protons,
Neutrons and Electrons

Answer: PURE

-Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research question, and answer FALSE if
it is an incorrect description. Indicate what is probably necessary to conduct the study and explain how
the findings will present this information.

Select one: True False

-Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research question, and answer FALSE if
it is an incorrect description. It must only ask about the relationship between two or more variables.

Select one: True False

-Identify the research title with the description of APPLIED or PURE research: Applying the algorithm for
detecting individual trees from Drone Images

Answer: APPLIED

-Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research question, and answer FALSE if
it is an incorrect description. It has the potential to suggest directions for past research.

Select one: True False

-The Internet has become an accepted source of information for educational research. Which of the
following is NOT an indicator of the quality of information found on the Internet?

Select one: a. The number of "hits" for the site b. The honesty of the reported information c.The
authenticity of the information d. The lack of bias

-What should a review of the literature enable an investigator to do?

Select one: a. Provide the insights necessary to develop a logical framework into which the topic fits. b.
Ascertain what is already known about a topic. c. None of the choices d. Identify methodological
strategies for designing the study. e. All of the choices

-What is the context of “literature” in a research project?

Select one: a. Any highly regarded novel b. Any paper source c. Any written material d. Published
accounts of researchers

-Identify the following materials by choosing the correct letter: Food blog

Select one: a. Syndicated b. Dynamic c. Static

-Identify the citation format used in the following references by writing CMS, APA or MLA: Pollan, Michael.
2006. The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals. New York: Penguin.

Answer: APA

-Most of the searches for related literature are conducted using:

Select one: a. Long sentences b. Key word searches c. Short sentences d. Key letter searches

-Identify the following materials by choosing the correct letter: Braveheart (starred and produced by Mel
Gibson)
Select one: a. Dynamic b. Static c. Syndicated

-Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE with regards to the literature review?

Select one: a. It shows why research questions are important. b. It explains the method necessary for the
gathering of data. c. It helps researchers to build up an argument. d. It has everything a researcher needs
to read about his/her research

-What is the most popular citation style used in academic research papers?

Select one: a. APA and CMS b. APA c. CMS d. MLA e. CMS and MLA f. All of the choices g. APA and
MLA

-Identify the following materials by choosing the correct letter: Spolarium by Juan Luna

Select one: a. Syndicated b. Dynamic c. Static

-In a study of birth planning in China reenhalgh in Ryan and ernard 00 surveyed 1011 evermarried
women gathered social and economic histories from 10 families. he conducted indepth interviews with
present and formal officials known as cadres and collected documentary evidence from local newspapers
ournals and other sources. reenhalgh notes that ecause I was largely constrained from asking direct
uestionsaout resistance the informal record of field notes interview transcripts and uestionnaire data
contains few overt challenges to state policy. reenhalgh concludes however that their conversations with
the researchers oth peasants and cadres made strategic use of silence to protest aspects of the policy
they did not like. adres for eample were loathe to comment on irthplanning campaigns peasant women
were reluctant to talk aoutsteriliation. hese silences form one part of the unofficial record of irth planning
in the villages. More eplicit protests were registered in informal conversations. rom these interactions
emerged a sense of profound distress of villagers forced to choose etween a resistance that was
politically risky and a compliance that violated the norms of hinese culture and of practical reason.

Answer: searching for missing information

-Artwork of the child participants

Select one: a. Pictures . Word Tales and Lists c. Graphics

-Answer 1,2,3, 4, 5 or 6, to identify the stages of the interview where the following statements are said.

“How does your family view your situation?”

Answer: 4

-Identify the technique used to discover the thees in the data below.

Naomi Quinn (in Ryan and Bernard, 2003) has analyzed hundreds of hours of interviews to discover
concepts underlying American marriage and to show how these concepts are tied together. heegan y
looking at patterns of speech and at the repetition of key words and phrases paying particular attention to
informants use of metaphors and the commonalities in their reasoning about marriage. an one of her
informants says that marriage is a manufactured product. his popular metaphor indicates that an sees
marriages as something that has properties like strength and staying power and as something that reuires
work to produce. ome marriages are put together well while others fall apart like so many cars or toys or
washing machines.

Answer: Metaphors and analogies


Anything that might indicate membership in groups or in supopulations of interest to the study such as
profession social status socioeconomic class religion or ethnicity

Select one: a. Human traffic b. verbal behavior and interactions c. Physical behavior and gestures d.
Appearance e. Personal space f. People who stand out

What do you think about the two presidential candidates?

Answer: OPEN

-Much can be learned from a text by what is not mentioned.

Select one: a. Transitions .Unarkedtets c. Indigenous categor d. ord repetitions e. awing f. Metaphors and
analogies g. opare and contrast h. utting and Sorting i. e words in contet I . j. Searching for missing
information k. onnectors l. Social science queries

What is your message to people who are still fighting cancer until now

Answer: 5

-The idea that themes represent the ways in which tets are either similar or different from each other.

Select one: a. Unarkedtets . Searching for issinginforation c. onnectors d. Indigenous categor e. awing f.
Social science queries g. compare and contrast h. Metaphors and analogies i. ordrepetitions .e words in
contet I k. utting and Sorting l. Transitions

-Barkin et al. (in Ryan and Bernard, 2003) interviewed clinicians community leaders and parents aout
what physicians could and did do to prevent violence among youth. hese were long comple interviews so
arkin et al. roke the coding process into two steps. hey started with three maor themes that they
developed from theory. he principle investigator went through the transcripts and cut out all the uotes that
pertained to each of the maor themes. hen four other coders independently sorted the uotes from each
maor theme into piles. hen the pile sort data were analyed with multidimensional scaling and cluster
analysis to identify suthemes shared across coders.

Answer: cutting and sorting

-Anonymity is when a participant does not give a researcher…

Answer: His/her name and identifying characteristics

-The mathematics involved is very high level and people often struggle with it even after being taught how
to do it.

Answer: False

-Which of the following is the first step in starting the research process?

Answer: Identification of problem

-True or False: A responsible researcher looks for alternative ways to arrive at a conclusion in the study.

Answer: False
-What aspect of research experience illustrates the pressure to the researcher in meeting research
deadlines?

Answer: Emotions

Which of the following is a research method that allows a researcher to get information about a large
number of subjects relatively inexpensively and easily?

Answer: Naturalistic observation

-Subjectivity of researcher in methodology is recognized less. –False

-Informed consent requires that individuals…

Answer: Have adequate information about the procedures and benefits associated with the research

-A researcher may withhold a participant’s name and any identifying characteristics when asked to
present such information when

Answer: They have obtained a certificate of confidentiality

-What is a research instrument?

Answer: a tool for data collection

-A reasoning where one start with certain particular statements and conclude with a universal statement
is called

Answer: inductive method

-Itaddresses the question of how people produce social reality in and through interactive processes.

Answer: Qualitative research is the best design for a social inquiry since it explores and analyzes people's
values and perspective through observation.

-What is an ethical dilemma?

Answer:conflict between the different principles of immoral conduct

-What does “observe justice” mean in ethical research?

Answer: Investigator should practice fairness in distribution and equitable selection of participants

-Which of the following is a characteristic of a well-written research hypothesis?

Answer: pertinent question

-Which of the following is NOT a role of a researcher?

Answer: fabricator of data

-Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research knowledge
and experience. “In much of society, research means to investigate something you do not know or
understand. ” -Neil Armstrong

Answer: Research is an investigation of the unknown.

-True or False: Qualitative research requires data from a natural setting.


Answer: true

-Which of the following is not an ethical dilemma in research?

Answer: Falsification of data bank

-Write TRUE if the statement gives the correct description of an everyday life research and FALSE if it is
incorrect. The observation of such forms can be broken into the dimensions of temporal, spatial, material,
social, meaningful, media-technical, emotional and bodily aspects.

Answer: true

-Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research question, and answer FALSE if
it is an incorrect description. It has the potential to suggest directions for past research.

Answer: False

-Which of the following is a good research question?

Answer: How do teenagers view the word “forever”?

-Identify the research title with the description of APPLIED or PURE research: Compositions of Protons,
Neutrons and Electrons

Answer: PURE

-Write SCOPE if the sentence must be placed in the coverage of the research, and write ELIMITATI if it is
a restriction of the research. The study is focused on the possible implementation of online ea in the
university.

Answer: SCOPE

-The beneficiaries mentioned in the significance of the study pertain to

Answer: People and institution who have directly or indirectly experienced the research problem.

-What qualitative research characteristic is being described in the statement: The data and the
researchers interpretation of the data - hinge greatly on the contents fro which the data are obtained

Answer: Importance of context

-It clearly states the constructs to be examined.

Answer: True

-Reliability of survey questions was not established.

Answer: DELIMITATION

-In the title “The chemistry of English Language between Foreign and Local Students of Holy Ghost
College in Bangued, Abra”, who could e the possible beneficiaries of the research

Answer: Students, teachers, school administrators and future researchers

-What should e considered in formulating research questions for the statement of the problem?

Answer: Avoid open-ended questions that need explanatory answers.

-The results of this study should be limited to students enrolled in similar programs.
Answer: DELIMITATION

-It should not pose an ethical or moral problem for implementation.

Answer: True

-Statistics will not be utilized in analyzing the results.

Answer: DELIMITATION

-Research benefits and beneficiaries are mentioned in

Answer: Significance of the study

-How can a researcher become the data gathering instrument in qualitative research?

Answer: The researcher is at the center of the data-gathering phase.

-What is conceptual audacity that can be found in the theme of everyday life research?

Answer: A tool that enables us to see new and perhaps surprising aspects of the everyday lives that we
lead.

-It must only ask about the relationship between two or more variables

Answer: True

-Which of the following titles is best for applied research?

Answer: The effectiveness of abstinence programs

-What does participant-researcher relationship mean in qualitative research?

Answer: The participants and the researcher share the “research space”.

-What is the scope of the research?

Answer: Identifies the possibilities to which to which the study becomes manageable in terms of issues,
respondents, and time.

-The researcher invented the results of the study.

Answer: Fabrication

-Q: What are your views on homelessness? A: Well, I think it’s a terrible thing that in a modern society
we have a problem such as this. I don’t know though what we can do about it. I want to do something
but I don’t know what. You are constantly reminded of the problem if you go to town. They are always
there asking for money. You don’t know though if they really need it or if they are in fact doing quite
well from begging. But if you have any caring qualities you can’t ignore requests for help, when you have
so much for yourself. They say a lot of people choose to live on the streets – well I don’t believe that. I
think that is an easy thing for the authorities to say – it lets them off the hook. So really I guess the
answer to your questions is that I am not sure what to think about homelessness. I feel that something
should be done but I feel powerless to do anything personally. I think that the time has come for the
government to do something. It makes me feel uncomfortable; I don’t know what to do. Source: Grbich
(2013)

The government is the only one who can help the homeless

Answer: False

-The Internet has become an accepted source of information for educational research. Which of the
following is NOT an indicator of the quality of information found on the Internet?

Answer: The authenticity of the information

-What is the context of “literature” in a research project?

Answer: Published accounts of researchers

-The World Famous Hot Dog Site. (1999, July 7). Retrieved January 5, 2008, from
http://www.xroads.com/~tcs/hotdog/hotdog.html

Answer: APA

-Q: What are your views on homelessness? A: Well, I think it’s a terrible thing that in a modern society
we have a problem such as this. I don’t know though what we can do about it. I want to do something
but I don’t know what. You are constantly reminded of the problem if you go to town. They are always
there asking for money. You don’t know though if they really need it or if they are in fact doing quite
well from begging. But if you have any caring qualities you can’t ignore requests for help, when you have
so much for yourself. They say a lot of people choose to live on the streets – well I don’t believe that. I
think that is an easy thing for the authorities to say – it lets them off the hook. So really I guess the
answer to your questions is that I am not sure what to think about homelessness. I feel that something
should be done but I feel powerless to do anything personally. I think that the time has come for the
government to do something. It makes me feel uncomfortable; I don’t know what to do. Source: Grbich
(2013)

The homeless are stereotyping their social conditions to beg for money.

Answer: False

-Harmon (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) collected data from 8 nurses who were employed between 1951 and
1965 in a Virginia state hospital. These nurses were now retired and had between 12 and 46 years of
psychiatric nursing experience. The researcher wanted to describe the experiences of these nurses who
practiced in a state mental hospital before and during the introduction of antipsychotic medications.
They expressed resignation and frustration while trying to provide care despite crowded wards and
inadequate personnel and supplies. The nurses indicated that they focused on the patient’s body
instead of on the patient’s mind. The camaraderie they experienced with other nurses helped them
continue in their positions, despite what they felt to be a “thankless job.”

Answer: 8 nurses

-A director didn’t cite the name of the playwright he used in the contest.
Answer: Plagiarism

-What information is required for the APA in-text citation?

Personal author: McCullough, David G. Title: John Adams Publication info: New York : Simon & Schuster,
c2001. Bibliography note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 703-726) and index

Answer: McCullough, 2001

-What organization principle is used to explain historical changes or perspectives?

Answer: Chronology

-Name the research misconduct performed in the following situations by choosing the letter of the
correct answer: She hastily distorted the statistical computation of the data to finish her paper on time.

Answer: Falsification

-Identify the sample used in the researches below by choosing the letter of the best answer:

Dunckley, Aspinal, Addington-Hall, Hughes, & Higginson (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) used the staff in one
hospice and one nursing home setting in London as their research data. The purpose of the study was to
identify facilitators and barriers to the use of the Palliative Care Outcome Scale (POS). Staff took part in
semi-structured interviews, completed diaries, and participated in monthly meetings to give their
opinions of what they thought were the facilitators and barriers to the implementation of the POS.

Answer: staff of one hospice and one nursing home

-Do the preliminary data analysis on the interview below by agreeing or disagreeing on the following
statements. Write TRUE for agree and FALSE for disagree.

Interview Segment Q: What are your views on homelessness? A: Well, I think it’s a terrible thing that in a
modern society we have a problem such as this. I don’t know though what we can do about it. I want to
do something but I don’t know what. You are constantly reminded of the problem if you go to town.
They are always there asking for money. You don’t know though if they really need it or if they are in
fact doing quite well from begging. But if you have any caring qualities you can’t ignore requests for
help, when you have so much for yourself. They say a lot of people choose to live on the streets – well I
don’t believe that. I think that is an easy thing for the authorities to say – it lets them off the hook. So
really I guess the answer to your questions is that I am not sure what to think about homelessness. I feel
that something should be done but I feel powerless to do anything personally. I think that the time has
come for the government to do something. It makes me feel uncomfortable; I don’t know what to do.
Source: Grbich (2013)

Many people are still unconditionally helping the homeless.

Answer: True
-Identify the citation format used in the following references by writing CMS, APA or MLA: Google.
“Google Privacy Policy.”Last modified March 11,
2009.http://www.google.com/intl/en/privacypolicy.html

Answer: MLA

-What type of source is the newspaper clipping?

Answer: Syndicated

-What citation style was used in this source? Ellis, Rod. Understanding Second Language Acquisition.
New York: Oxford University, 1986. Print.

Answer: MLA

-Identify the sample used in the researches below by choosing the letter of the best answer:

Adler (2003) examined the relationship of foreign language study and SAT Verbal scores. Additionally,
the study explored whether or not the number of years of foreign language study had an impact on SAT
verbal scores. The students involved were female seniors at a private high school in suburban Maryland.
It was hypothesized that there would be no significant effect that the choice of foreign language study
has on the verbal score achieved on the SAT. This hypothesis was rejected because there was a
significant difference in SAT Verbal averages among the students of three different foreign languages.
French foreign language students outperformed Spanish and Latin foreign language students

Answer: female senior students

-Which part of the review of the related literature engages in a dialogue with the literature?

Answer: Introduction

-A researcher is interested in the examples or illustrations several authors have used to prove a point.
How can he pull them all together and use them in his own paper in a list?

Answer: Include a citation after each separate example to indicate where you found them.

-Which of the following is the best way to maximize the process of reviewing of the related literature?

Answer: Reviewing the researcher’s notes made on editorial and overview papers and chapters

-Answer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6, to identify the stages of the interview where the following statements are said.

“What is your message to people who are still fighting cancer until now?”

Answer: 5

-The research report need not to be substantially different from drafts, except where participants have
indicated that change is necessary.

Answer: True

-Identify the category of the information in participant observation by choosing the letter of the best
answer.
How people use their bodies and voices to communicate different emotions; what individuals’ behaviors
indicate about their feelings toward one another, their social rank, or their profession.

Answer: Physical behavior and gestures

-Identify the category of the information in participant observation by choosing the letter of the best
answer.

Gender, age, ethnicity, and profession of speakers; dynamics of interaction

Answer: Verbal behavior and interactions

-Recommendations should aim for the ideals but they must be feasible, practical, and attainable even
for impossible.

Answer: False

-Answer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6, to identify the stages of the interview where the following statements are said.

“This research is conducted to investigate the life experiences of people who survived cancer and now
living cancer free for more than 5 years.”

Answer: 2

-Identify the most appropriate way to display the following research data. Choose the letter of the
correct answer.

Summary of research findings

Answer: Word Tables and Lists

-Draw your conclusion on the following statements by choosing the letter of the correct answer.

The club president tendered his resignation and said, “While I may no longer lead this organization, I will
continue to support its endeavors and activities.”

Answer: He will still participate in the activities of the organization.

-Identify the most appropriate way to display the following research data. Choose the letter of the
correct answer.

Area plan of a research field

Answer: Graphics

-Answer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6, to identify the stages of the interview where the following statements are said.

“Thank you for finding time to be in this interview. Your story is very inspiring.”
Answer: 6

-Choose the technique for discovering theme to the description:

The idea that themes represent the ways in which texts are either similar or different from each other.

Answer: Compare and contrast

-Identify the following questions as OPEN, LEADING or MAPPING.

Do you think he is gay?

Answer: LEADING

-Not too much detail is needed in the summary of findings – simple answer the research questions, and
draw the conclusion.

Answer: true

-Choose the technique for discovering theme to the description:

Interviews searching for what people do in managing impersonal social relationships, methods by which
people acquire and maintain achieved and ascribed status, and information about how people solve
problems.

Answer: Social science queries

-Draw your conclusion on the following statements by choosing the letter of the correct answer.

The coordinator made an announcement, “Only the first 100 applicants will be interviewed today. The
others would have to come back tomorrow.”

Answer: Interview of applicants will be conducted today and tomorrow.

-Identify the category of the information in participant observation by choosing the letter of the best
answer.

Where people enter and exit; how long they stay; who they are (ethnicity, age, gender); whether they
are alone or accompanied; number of people

Answer: Human traffic

-Identify the following questions as OPEN, LEADING or MAPPING.

Since you wish to pursue your graduate studies, what course will you enroll?

Answer: MAPPING

-Draw your conclusion on the following statements by choosing the letter of the correct answer.
In reading, we should consider not only what we can directly get from the text but also what we can
read between the lines. In order to fully understand and appreciate a thought, a sentence, a passage,
and a text, we need to read more than the literal meaning (Yu & Plata, 2006).

Answer: We should use given information in inferring ideas.

-Identify the most appropriate way to display the following research data. Choose the letter of the
correct answer.

The list of research participants

Answer: Word Tables and Lists

-Draw your conclusion on the following statements by choosing the letter of the correct answer.

Mateo almost wished that he hadn’t listened to the radio. He went to the closet and grabbed his
umbrella. He would feel silly carrying it to the bus stop on such a sunny morning.

Answer: Mateo heard a weather forecast; it would rain in the afternoon.

-What is a research design?

Answer: all of the choices

-What is bibliography?

Answer: A complete list of all works related to the study including the ones that are not directly
contained in the report.

-Choose the best research design approach for the following research title: Children of wealthy parents
in the education system

Answer: Grounded Theory

-Which of the following is the correct notion about observation?

Answer: A key data gathering method in social sciences

-Which of the following is not a type of narrative research?

Answer: Case study

-What is the final stage of analyzing data?

Answer: Presenting the data in tabular form

-Which of the following is NOT the function of references?

Answer: To ensure sufficiently long reference list

-A study is based on 30 people (across three focus groups). What type of study is this?

Answer: Qualitative
-Choose the best research design approach for the following research title: A personal journey with
grounded theory methodology

Answer: Grounded Theory

-Which of the following titles is a narrative research?

Answer: The Life and Works of Rizal

-How does verification of data happen?

Answer: Check and recheck the data to ensure the initial conclusions are realistic, supportable, and
valid.

-When assessing Internet based literature, which of the following is NOT important?

Answer: The layout of the site

-A surveyor placed a cable across a street to count the number of vehicles which pass over it at different
times of the day in order to select a site for a new 7-Eleven store. What type of data collection did he
use?

Answer: Observation

-Which of the following should be considered in questioning data validity and reliability?

Answer: All of the choices

-Choose the best research design approach for the following research title: Solving word problems of
preschoolers through illustrations

Answer: Action Research

-__________ contains a small number of people (usually eight to twelve) and is convened to address
topics introduced by a group moderator?

Answer: Focus group discussion

-The researcher collected data using questionnaires, structured observation and interviews. What is the
research design applied?

Answer: Ethnographic

-Choose the best research design approach for the following research title: A Qualitative Study of
Multicultural Identities: Three Cases of London's Inner-City Children

Answer: Ethnographic Research

-What is the purpose of the qualitative data analysis?

Answer: To accomplish a clear description of the phenomenon under study

-Which statement is true in writing research recommendations?

Answer: Recommendations should be logical and valid.


-What techniques for discovering research texts fall under simple observation?

Answer: Word repetitions, key-indigenous terms, and key-words-in-contexts (KWIC)

-What type of source are documentary films?

Answer: Static

-What influences the choice of the research design?

Answer: All of the choices

-Which of the following belongs to related literature?

Answer: textbook

-Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of related literature and studies?

Answer: Reviewed materials must be many.

-Threats to credibility in qualitative research exist when _____________.

Answer: The data that fail to fit the explanation or interpretation are not addressed.

-What is common in data collection among qualitative researches?

Answer: Language based

-Which of the following is the purpose of recommendations?

Answer: Courses of actions suggested by the researcher based on the findings of the study

-In participant observation, what information can be observed?

Answer: All of the choices

-Which of the following is the correct order in writing the research paper?

Answer: Introduction, method, results, discussion and references

-Which of the following method is used in qualitative research?

Answer: Focus group discussion

-Choose the best research design approach for the following research title: Lived experiences of adult
caregiving daughter and their elderly mothers

Answer: Phenomenological Research

-Which of the following citation used the APA format?

Answer: Canonigo, C.S. (1999). English Grammar & Composition Part 1. Manila: CKC Publication
-Which of the following do you need to consider in designing a research?

Answer: Focus on your research questions.

-Choose the best research design approach for the following research title: A historical and comparative
note on the relationship between analytic induction and grounded theorizing

Answer: Ethnographic Research

-Choose the best research design approach for the following research title: The lived experience of being
a sole mother in the Philippines

Answer: Phenomenological Research

-Which connector is used to signify conditional relationships?

Answer: Rather than

-A study is based on 1000 people interviewed face-to-face in shopping areas. What qualitative data
collection was used?

Answer: Interview

-The entire research project is an exercise in

Answer: All of the choices

-Which citation style is usually used in social science researches?

Answer: APA format

-Which statement is correct in writing research conclusion?

Answer: All of the choices

-What are research data?

Answer: All of the choices

-Why is participant observation common among ethnographic studies?

Answer: Because it helps researchers learn the perspectives held by study populations.

-What kind of questions must be used in conducting interviews?

Answer: Mapping questions

-What is known to be deliberately fabricating details of a research project?

Answer: Lying by fabrication

-What are the ways to verify conclusions for qualitative research?


Answer: Memoing, verification and credibility

-Which qualitative research design seeks action to improve practice and study the effects of the action
that was taken?

Answer: Action research

-What qualitative analytic approach is mentioned here? This approach involves the researcher in the
production of “objective” accounts of the content of the verbal, written or visual texts, the development
of codes and categories often prior to analysis, and the definition and measurement of units of analysis.

Answer: Enumerative approach

-What section of the research should clarify concepts defined within the scope of the study?

Answer: Conclusion

-Which of the following is the first stage of in-depth interview?

Answer: Establish an initial rapport

Interdisciplinary discussion becomes more comprehensive through this principle.


A: sector

Paraphrasing must be done properly to avoid plagiarism. What is paraphrasing?


A: It is another way of rewording the written or spoken statement made by someone else.

Drinking to cope is very common among college students and is related to much higher levels of
alcohol consumption, episodes of heavy drinking, and levels of both negative and positive alcohol
related consequences” (p. 486). Levenson and Park (2002)
A: Levenson and Park (2002) found that drinking to cope is very common among college students
and it is related to much higher levels of alcohol consumption and related consequences.

Illustrative comparison of data from year 2010-2013


A.Graphics