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Pseudocode test page

This page is a test page more… for pseudocode entities. This page is a test page for pseudocode entities. This page is a test page for pseudocode entities. This page is a test page for pseudocode entities.


A slideshow

  • OK?

  • pretty flower

  • a rose

Show all slides



Boxes with rounded borders.

Boxes with rounded corners. Boxes with rounded corners. Boxes with rounded corners. Boxes with rounded corners.


Here is a more… line of info

and a block of info

more…


Hidden text



Capital of France? Show answer


SAQ: What is Science?


A Scoring box

my score: 0 / 5 running total: 0 / 0 Reset


MCQ: Capital of France?


Video

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TFQ: Impaction is caused by:

Reduced contact point abrasion

Angina


EMSQ: Theme: The solar system
Options:


A. Sun
B. Mercury
C. Venus
D. Earth
E. Mars
F. Jupiter
G. Saturn
H. Neptune
I. Uranus
J. Pluto


Directions ("Lead-in"): For each of the following select the correct celestial objects. (Each option may be used once, more than once, or not at all.)


Question 1. You notice in your telescope two planets that are only visible near to sunrise and sunset. Which are they likely to be?
If you select multiple boxes, you will get 1 mark for each correct answer, and lose 1 mark for each wrong one. You can not score less than 0.

my score: 0 / 0 running total: 0 / 0




Question 2. Which have more than one moon?
If you select multiple boxes, you will get 1 mark for each correct answer, and lose 1 mark for each wrong one. You can not score less than 0.

my score: 0 / 0 running total: 0 / 0




Question 3. Which are gas giants?
If you select multiple boxes, you will get 1 mark for each correct answer, and lose 1 mark for each wrong one. You can not score less than 0.

my score: 0 / 0 running total: 0 / 0




Question 4. Which has a moon named after a ferry-man?
If you select multiple boxes, you will get 1 mark for each correct answer, and lose 1 mark for each wrong one. You can not score less than 0.

my score: 0 / 0 running total: 0 / 0

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