About Applied science

Applying scientific knowledge to practical applications, such as technology or innovations, is called applied science.

Basic science, sometimes known as "pure science," is a branch of natural science that focuses on discovering and explaining natural occurrences. Applied science is the process through which this knowledge is put to use in real-world situations. There may be some interaction between fundamental science and applied science. Applied science is often engineering, which generates technology (research and development).

Meaning

Applied science is the application of scientific principles and findings to real-world problems. Engineers, scientists, and medical professionals all fall under this umbrella. Basic science, on the other hand, aims to advance scientific ideas and principles that explain and predict phenomena in the natural world. The two fields are frequently compared.

Examples & Applications

Case Studies and Practical Uses

Applied sciences include fields like medical microbiology and other aspects of the medical sciences. It is in these fields that biology is used to medical knowledge and innovations, although it is not always in biomedicine or biomedical engineering, which is more explicitly developed. Probability theory and statistical analysis are used in epidemiology to analyze the patterns that emerge from a population's health and disease. The field of genetic epidemiology is an applied field of study that makes use of both biological and statistical techniques.

Following are some of the multiple choice questions on the Applied science with answers that will help the students in developing their knowledge.

Applied science MCQ

1. The compass needle always points to the ___________.

  • north
  • south
  • east
  • west

2. It involves acquiring the basic understanding and habits for good health

  • Development
  • Physiological Goals
  • Insight
  • Cognitive Goals

3. When you walk across the carpet, static charge can build up. What happens if static charge has built up on your body and you go to touch a metal doorknob?

  • You may see a spark
  • You will attract to the door knob
  • It will produce static cling
  • Nothing will happen

4. What will happen if you hold the north end of one magnet to the north end of another magnet?

  • They will attract
  • They will repel
  • They will pull together
  • Nothing will happen

5. Which pollutant are lichens often sensitive to?

  • Carbon dioxide
  • Methane
  • Sulfur dioxide
  • Sulfur trioxide

6. In which ways can plastic waste cause harm to animals

  • Suffocation
  • Mistakenly eating it
  • Entanglement
  • All of above

7. Which of the following is the definition of counseling except:

  • It is a process, a relationship and an art.
  • Counseling is a helping relationship between counselors and clients.
  • Goals in the counseling process are determined solely by the counselors.
  • Counseling means giving an advice, recommendation and suggestions.

8. What is the biggest issue regarding the use of plastic?

  • They break down too easily
  • They give off toxic waste products
  • They are not biodegradable
  • Low rates of recycling

9. What is the main function of the respiratory system?

  • to provide oxygen and remove carbon dioxide from the body
  • to break down food and absorb nutrients
  • to remove oxygen from the body and deliver carbon dioxide
  • All of above

10. What is tube that is also known as your wind pipe?

  • esophagus
  • trachea
  • bronchi
  • None of these

11. What is eutrophication?

  • Algae overgrowth as a result of the overuse of fertiliser
  • A problem caused by untreated sewage
  • The build up of heavy metals in the food chain
  • The presence of smog due to air pollution

12. What is bioaccumulation?

  • Sudden, rapid rise in population
  • Increasing birth rate
  • The build up of chemicals to toxic levels in animal bodies
  • Cumulative weight gain in animals due to overfeeding

13. Which of the following are conservation strategies used to help protect vulnerable species

  • Reintroducing captive individuals into the wild after a period of care
  • Protecting habitats from destruction
  • Legal protection against threats such as poaching
  • All of above

14. How can we manage our household waste effectively

  • Using biodegradable products/packaging
  • Recycling
  • Eat more raw foods
  • Both A & B

15. What is the definition of 'sustainability'?

  • The ability to provide for our current needs whilst leaving enough resources for future generations
  • Recycling
  • Being 'green'
  • Reducing energy use

16. Which of these is NOT a typical cause of habitat destruction?

  • Building
  • Agriculture
  • Quarrying
  • Development of technology

17. Which of these are examples of habitats

  • Forest
  • River
  • Desert
  • All of above

18. What do people respond to in predictable ways?

  • Problems
  • Incentives
  • Solutions
  • Choices

19. What is a habitat?

  • The natural environment in which an organism lives
  • The country an organism is originally from
  • A house
  • The continent an organism lives on

20. What do we know about an object's density if it floats on water?

  • The object is more dense than water.
  • The object is less dense than water.
  • There is no way to tell what the density of the object is based on this information.
  • none of the above

21. What measurement(s) do you need to measure to find the density of an object?

  • mass
  • volume
  • mass and volume
  • All of above

22. Which is NOT a major economic problem?

  • When to produce?
  • What to produce?
  • How to produce?
  • For whom to produce?

23. They say that economics is the science of ____________.

  • Money
  • Country Growth
  • Opportunities
  • Decision Making

24. According to the basic economic principles, what creates wealth?

  • Voluntary Work
  • Voluntary Trade
  • Business Transactions
  • Business Management

25. Economics is said to deal mostly with the ____________ of resources.

  • Deprivation
  • Allocation
  • Usage
  • Consumption

26. Which of the following substances can build up to dangerous levels in animal bodies as a result of bioaccumulation

  • Heavy metals
  • Pesticides
  • Fertiliser
  • Both A & B

27. The __________________ system works with the respiratory system to provide our body with oxygen and get rid of CO2 (carbon dioxide).

  • digestive
  • circulatory
  • muscular
  • None of these

28. When you breathe, your lungs take in __________ and remove _________.

  • air/oxygen
  • carbon dioxide/waste
  • oxygen/carbon dioxide
  • Both A & B

29. What are the main organs of the respiratory system that allow us to breathe and for gas exchange to happen?

  • diaphragm
  • trachea
  • lungs
  • None of these

30. Allocation and scarcity is a problem because people have unlimited ____________.

  • problems
  • wants and needs
  • resources
  • desires

31. What best describes a want?

  • An unnecessary object
  • A commodity that fulfills a desire
  • An expensive object
  • A derived need

32. Countries and states utilize this to solve the problem of allocation.

  • Culture and Norms
  • Rules and Regulations
  • Economic Systems
  • Fiscal Policies

33. When economists say that resources are scarce, it means that they are what?

  • Limited
  • Lacking
  • Overflowing
  • Rare

34. Aside from the actual monetary / resource cost, what other cost is incurred when decisions are made?

  • Chance Expense
  • Trade off
  • Equivalent Exchange
  • Opportunity Cost

35. The counselor guides the counselee into seeing what misdeeds were committed and to realize they hurt others

  • Confrontational Counseling
  • Supportive Counseling
  • Preventive Counseling
  • Depth Counseling

36. Counseling can be an avenue for self-exploration and self-discovery wherein the clients can gain more understanding about the self.

  • True
  • False

37. Introducing change into the way in that social systems operate.

  • Restitution
  • Generativity
  • Behavior Change
  • Systematic Change

38. It needs a long term process of counselors to build strong relationship between counselor and client

  • Educative Counseling
  • Spiritual Counseling
  • Informal Counseling
  • Depth Counseling

39. Which of the following is an applied social science?

  • Communication
  • Social Work
  • Sociology
  • Both A & B

40. It applies the different concepts, theoretical models, and theories of the social science disciplines

  • Social Science
  • Applied Social Science
  • Counseling
  • Disciplines

41. It enhance special skills and abilities.

  • Remedial
  • Reinforcement
  • Enhancement
  • Preventive

42. Moving in the direction of fulfilling potential or achieving an integration of previously conflicting parts of self.

  • Enlightenment
  • Self-acceptance
  • Cognitive Change
  • Self-actualization

43. Which of the following are non-living indicators of pollution?

  • Carbon dioxide levels and temperature
  • Dissolved oxygen levels and pH
  • Temperature and dissolved oxygen levels
  • Colour and pH

44. Sulfur dioxide is the pollutant that causes __________

  • Global warming
  • Greenhouse effect
  • Melting polar icecaps
  • Acid rain

45. Select the most appropriate end to the sentence: A pollution indicator...

  • ... tells us exactly how much pollution is present
  • ... tells us about the amount of pollution present if it is in an environment
  • ... tells us about the amount of pollution present if it is missing from an environment
  • ... is always a living thing

46. Which of these is a reason why a species may become endangered or extinct?

  • Habitat destruction
  • Not fast enough to run from predators
  • Migration
  • Breeding seasons changing

47. You should never mix chemicals.

  • True
  • False

48. Chemicals are not hazardous if properly used.

  • True
  • False

49. You should never keep chemicals in their original container.

  • True
  • False

50. You can use fire near chemicals.

  • True
  • False

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