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CLVE 10 DIAGNOSTIC TEST

Quiz by Maricel Pomares

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30 questions
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  • Q1
    The brain contains about ___________ nerve cells (neurons) — the "gray matter."
    96 billion
    88 billion
    76 billion
    56 billion
    20s
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  • Q2
    Willpower means ____________________________.
    the ability to lose control one's own actions, emotions, or urges
    strong determination that allows one to do something difficult
    the process which you are controlled by your own thoughts and the way in which you behave
    the ability to suppress others and not be affected by the effect after it is done
    20s
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  • Q3
    The literal meaning of being salt of the earth is ___________________.
    justice and peace
    trustworthiness and determination
    courage and discipline
    permanence and conviction
    20s
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  • Q4
    ___________________ is the other term for conscience.
    inner mop
    inner mob
    inner cop
    inner job
    20s
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  • Q5
    It is the order that governs the activities of the material universe.
    universe law
    gravitational law
    artificial law
    natural law
    20s
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  • Q6
    According to UN World Meteorological Organization the biggest ozone hole (since 2011) has closed because of the recent lockdowns that prevented the emission of gases in the atmosphere. Where is this hole located? (environment topic)
    northern hemisphere
    east hemisphere
    southern hemisphere
    west hemisphere
    20s
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  • Q7
    Where does dignity of a person originates?
    friends
    wealth
    God/creator
    family
    20s
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  • Q8
    "Know thyself", said who?
    Socrates
    Buddha
    Lao Tzu
    Aristotle
    20s
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  • Q9
    The true meaning of life can only be realized when we live in harmony with our ________, when we are at peace with ______.
    self, God
    family, God
    environment, God
    origin, God
    20s
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  • Q10
    Scientists estimated that Big bang theory happened _______________ years ago.
    13.2 billion
    13.3 billion
    13.5 billion
    13.1 billion
    20s
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  • Q11
    "What we have found is evidence for birth of the universe--it's like looking at God", said by ______________________.
    Stephen Hawking of the University of California
    Michael Dublin of the University of California
    Edwin Hubble of the University of California
    George Smoot of the University of California
    20s
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  • Q12
    It is the continuous integration of markets, nation-states and technologies to a degree never witnessed before.
    globalization
    technological growth
    modernization
    universal markets
    20s
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  • Q13
    What are the two types of morality?
    freedom morality and open morality
    absolutist morality and personalized morality
    solid morality and other-centered morality
    governance morality and public morality
    20s
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  • Q14
    You can easily know that a human act is when a _______________________ is in question (arising from action), and for the doer to accept the consequences of the actions done.
    sense of integrity
    sense of morality
    sense of responsibility
    sense of dependability
    30s
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  • Q15
    Ignorance, concupiscence, fear, violence and ____________ are the five modifiers of human acts.
    suffering
    action
    threat
    habit
    30s
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  • Q16
    Interdependence/interconnectedness means _____________________.
    everything is connected to everything else
    everything must go somewhere
    all forms of life are important
    everything changes
    30s
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  • Q17
    He is author of the book "Summa Theologica" where he discussed the stages of human act.
    St. Thomas More
    St. Thomas Villanueva
    St. Thomas Aquinas
    St. Thomas Less
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  • Q18
    Any virtue which cause good in reason's consideration is called _______________.
    prudence
    gentleness
    diligence
    self-control
    20s
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  • Q19
    The responsibility of every human being is to till the earth and to take care of it. In short, one must practice _________________.
    ownership
    friendship
    dictatorship
    stewardship
    20s
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  • Q20
    He is an American astronomer who first discovered that galaxies constantly move away from us and predicted that the universe is expanding. (The Cosmos in Me topic)
    Eduard Hubble
    Stephen Hubble
    Edwin Hubble
    Michael Hubble
    20s
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