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Academic Questions in Basic Science
Which of the following statement is FALSE concerning mass and weight?
A. Mass is the amount of matter in a body
B. The element hydrogen has the smallest mass
C. You will weigh more on planet jupiter than earth
D. Weight is a function of gravity
E. Mass and Weight have different Standard International (S.I) Units
F. None of the above
Which of the following statement is FALSE concerning matter?
A. Anything considered as matter must either have mass or occupy space
B. Air is an example of matter
C. Plasma is a state of matter
D. Chemistry is considered as the study of matter and the changes they undergo
E. Vacuum is a space completely void of matter
F. Matter will always take up space no matter how small or invincible it is to the eyes
Which of the following is NOT matter?
F. None of the above
The ultimate source of energy is _____.
The speed of wind is measured with a wind vane.
TRUE or FALSE
The nutrient majorly found in the liver is _____.
A body at rest possess _____ energy.
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Minerals salts are generally classified into two types based on the amount required by the body (on a daily basis). These are:
They are needed in a relatively large amount (more than 100mg per day).
Macronutrients include Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium, Potassium, Chlorine, Phosphorus and Sulphur.
They are needed in small to moderate amounts (less than 100mg per day).
The micronutrients include Iodine, Iron, Zinc, Copper, Fluorine, Selenium, Manganese, Chromium, Molybdenum and Cobalt.
Below are the Micronutrients, their Sources, Functions and Deficiency Symptoms:
Sources: Liver, Kidneys, Meat, Vegetables and Eggs.
Sources: Seeds, Whole grains, Eggs, Legumes, Meat and Shell fish.
Sources: Milk, Meat, Green vegetables, Oysters, Dark chocolate and Eggs.
Sources: Oats, Spinach, Broccoli, Fish and Nuts.
Sources: Sea foods, Vegetables, Iodized salts, water and Beans.
Note: The thyroid hormone controls the body’s metabolism.
Sources: Beans, Nuts, White meat, Sea food; Eggs and Pork.
Sources: Wine, Seafood, coffee, water containing fluorine and Tea.
Sources: Beans, Peas, Nuts, Pumpkin, Waterleaf, and Fruits.
Note: Molybdenum deficiency is very rare since it is required by the body in very minute quantities. Also, it is present in a variety of food.
Sources: Legumes, Wheat bread, Pineapple, Nuts and Dark chocolate.
Sources: Apples, Bananas, Potatoes, Pumpkin, Chicken, Beef and Dairy products.
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Amazing facts in Basic Science
Rasceta is the name given to the lines on your ✋ palm ✋
Goats have rectangular pupils in their eyes.
Think of the pupil as a hole located in the centre of the iris within of the eye.
Note: To get an idea of an iris; 'when one is said to have blue eyes', it's because the iris is blue
Among all land animals, 🐘 Elephants 🐘 have the longest gestation period.
They stay pregnant for 22 months before giving birth to their young
🦘 Kangaroos 🦘 can't walk backwards
The 🥛 milk 🥛 of an 🦛 hippopotamus 🦛 is pink in color
The seed of all fruits are present on the inside with the exception of one.
That exception is 🍓 strawberry 🍓
🍓 strawberry 🍓 has it's seed outside the fruit
It actually takes 🍍 pineapples 🍍 2 years to grow
The liquid inside a coconut 🥥 can be used as an excellent substitute for your blood plasma
Elephants can't jump
NOTABLE POINTS IN Basic Science
The eyebrow is an area of dense, delicate hair just above the eye.
Eyebrows perform two main functions:
Eyebrow modified in the form of Nike logo.
Note: Eyebrows can also be modified to enhance beauty.
All fruits have seeds.
There is nothing like a naturally occurring seedless fruit. Even banana, coconut and pineapple have all got seeds.
Weight can be defined as the force of gravity acting on an object.
If you traveled to space, you would be weightless because there isn't any force of gravity acting there. We all have weight on earth becasue the force of gravity acts here.
Weight is measured in Newton
Mass is the amount or quantity of matter (substance) contained in a body. For instance, everything you are composed of, both from within and outside will make up your mass.
Mass is constant throughout the universe. You will have the same mass on earth and moon respectively.
Mass is measured in gram or kilogram and it's quite different from weight.
Matter is anything that has mass and occupy space.
Matter can exist in four states namely: