Practice Questions

What is the most commonly abused drug among youth in the United States? Answer: Alcohol

A person that purchases or uses a product or service is called a what? Answer: Consumer; customer

What term describes the underlying hardware or software for a computer system? Answer: Platform; operating system

The maximum amount of money you can charge on a particular credit account is known as the: Answer: Credit limit

Name one way the police might test a person’s Blood Alcohol Content. Answer: Breath test; blood test; urine test; saliva test

In 1972, the United States passed the Marine Mammal Protection Act, which sought to protect what sea mammal from harm due to tuna fishing? Answer: Dolphins

This recurring payment is paid by a franchisee to the franchisor. It is based on a percentage of the business’s weekly or monthly gross income: Answer: Royalty payments

Outsiders who try to get into computers through the Internet are called: Answer: Find the answer this and every Thursday!

What federal law sets the federal minimum wage? Answer: FLSA; Fair Labor Standards Act

Most Americans get most of their daily fluoride from what? Answer: Their drinking water

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