Categories Uncategorized Quiz CR (4) Post author By Ahmed Badr Post date May 7, 2020 No Comments on Quiz CR (4) 0 Quiz CR (4) 1 / 11 1- Information in the passage implies that the CoCoRaHS program was founded in large part to A) teach scientific concepts to students. B) better prepare for the impact of severe weather. C) help a city recover from a damaging flood. D) save money on the collection of weather data. 2 / 11 2- Which choice provides the most effective evidence to support the previous question’s answer? A) Lines 5-8 (“In this . . . is helpful.”) B) Lines 20-25 (“In addition . . . 5 miles”) C) Lines 26-31 (“The unexpected . . . the country.”) D) Lines 45-51 (“The data . . . general public.") 3 / 11 3- The author uses which of the following to explain the significance of having thousands of daily precipitation reports? A) A quote from an expert who uses the data B) Examples from two contrasting ways of collecting data C) An analogy to another topic D) Profiles of several of the data collectors 4 / 11 4- As used m line 55, “sharper” most nearly means A) harsher. B) more sudden. C) more intelligent. D) clearer. 5 / 11 5- In the context of line 82, “outlet” most nearly means A) practice. B) store. C) exit. D) stream. 6 / 11 6- Based on information in the passage, the CoCoRaHS volunteers can best be described as A) professional. B) youthful. C) diverse. D) selfish. 7 / 11 7- Which choice best supports the answer to the previous question? A) Lines 61 -64 (“Beyond its… by scientists.”) B) Lines 70-73 (“Topics such… the volunteers.”) C) Lines 79-82 (“Others say… scientific outlet.”) D) Lines 86-91 (“The researchers… the project.”) 8 / 11 8- in the context of the passage’s discussion of the CoCoRaHS program, the seventh paragraph (lines 74-83) primarily serves to A) reveal the motivations of some of those involved with the program. B) provide evidence that the program has helped advance weather prediction. C) acknowledge an argument that some critics make against the program. D) predict the ways that the program will change in the future. 9 / 11 9- The tone of the passage indicates that the relationship between the CoCoRaHSresearchers and volunteers can best be characterized as A) a fun way to teach volunteers, but not a scientifically valuable one. B) a mutually beneficial collaboration. C) an example of scientists taking advantage of non-scientists. D) a well-intentioned failure for both groups. 10 / 11 10- It can be reasonably inferred from the passage and the figure that which of the following is true regarding the “46,000 people” (line 33)? A) Nearly all are active users, although most of them do not submit daily reports. B) Many of them are not currently active users. C) Most signed up during the program’s first two years. D) Nearly all of them provide daily reports on the precipitation in their areas. 11 / 11 11- Based on the figure, which of the following statements is accurate regarding CoCoRaHS? A) The program has grown in size during each year of its existence. B) The program experienced its largest increase in size between 2010 and 2012. C) The number of daily reports has little or no correlation with the number of active users. D) If trends continue, the average number of daily reports will reach 20,000 by 2016. Your score is ← Quiz (2) CR → Quiz CR (5) Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.