Health 30 questions, 25 points

question 1
if you are lying on your back with your face upward, you are in the position.
a. prone
b. supine
c. anterior
d. posterior

question 2
when you tell the muscle what to do, the muscle is called:
a. involuntary.
b. voluntary.
c. smooth.
d. cardiac.

question 3
how many muscles are in the body?
a. over 400
b. below 300
c. over 600
d. 500

question 4
refers to an object positioned in the back of something or somebody.
a. epiglottis
b. posterior
c. anterior
d. spine

question 5
in each lung, there are alveoli.
a. 100 million
b. 50 million
c. 300 million
d. 700 million

question 6
what muscle are you working when you stand on your tiptoes?
a. bicep
b. gastrocnemius
c. latissimus dorsi
d. trapezius

question 7
how many regions does the deltoid muscle have?
a. 2
b. 5
c. 3
d. 1

question 8

the trapezius muscle is known as:

pecs.

traps.

hammy.

lats.
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question 9

what term is used to describe how much an object weighs?

inertia

mass

velocity

force
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question 10

the study of how to make your body function better is:

biomechanics.

momentum.

acceleration.

inertia.
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question 11

friction and are two forces on earth that act on objects.

grass

spaces

gravity

rotation
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question 12

who is thought to be the “father of modern science”?

sir william

thomas gates

sir david beckham

sir isaac newton
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question 13

what force is acting upon a ball that is thrown in the air?

dirt

air

sun

stars
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question 14

what piece of sports equipment is aerodynamic?

box

hockey stick

rock

football
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question 15

determines how hard it would be to stop an object in motion.

centripetal force

momentum

motion

aerodynamics
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question 16

what sport uses linear motion to decrease friction and make the athlete faster?

football

basketball

swimming

lacrosse
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question 17

is used to describe the movement of an object.

motion

linear

rotary

speed
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question 18

when a spiral (spinning) football is thrown from a quarterback to a receiver, what type of motion does the ball have?

linear

rotary

momentum

both a and b
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question 19

rotary motion moves either:

up or down.

right side or left side.

clockwise or counter clockwise.

up right or down left.
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question 20

which law is the most powerful out of newton’s laws of motion?

1st

2nd

3rd

4th
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question 21

is how fast an object is moving.

speed

mass

inertia

newton’s first law
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question 22

what type of motion moves in a straight line?

mint

linear

rotary

rut
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question 23

our range of motion as we get older if we do not work on balancing skills.

increases

is no longer there

diminishes

is better than ever
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question 24

rocker boards and wobbly boards are the most commonly known as:

balance boards.

bosu balls.

foam rollers.

fun boards.
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question 25

refers to a balancing and gymnastics activity that uses a long, thin piece of wood or other material that is raised off the ground.

balance board

balance point

balance beam

body awareness
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question 26

if you are performing an activity close to the ground, you are performing at a level.

high

medium

small

low
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question 27

which one of the following activities uses dynamic balance?

standing on one foot

walking the dog

sitting

laying
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question 28

for which daily activity do we use balance?

walking

sitting

carrying groceries

all of the above
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question 29

this piece of equipment is a balance training device that is made out of foam and used in pilates, yoga, and relaxation exercises.

bosu ball

stability ball

foam roller

jump rope
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question 30

balancing equipment can your balancing skills.

deteriorate

diminish

improve

decrease

Answers

Answer
The correct answer was given: krose5807
1) d
2) b
3) c
4) d
5) d
6) b
7) c
8) traps 
9) velocity
10) biomchatincas 
11) gravity
12) sir issac  newton 
13) air
14) hockey stick
15) momentum
16) basketball
17) motion
18) both a and b
19) clockwise or counter  clockwise
20) 4th
21) speed
22) rut
23) diminishes 
24) balance  boards 
25) balance  beam
26) low
27) standing on one foot
28) all of the above
29) stability ball
30) improve 

Answer
The correct answer was given: Brain
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Answer
The correct answer was given: Brain

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