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Quiz Score: out of 100
1. Air in your scuba tank is comprised of ___ oxygen and ___ nitrogen.
79%, 21%
50%, 50%
21%, 79%
pure, no

2. Breathing dry air, a scuba diver tends to become dehydrated while diving due to:
Moisturizing dry inhaled air
Excessive perspiration
Saltwater absorbing moisture from the skin
eating too much kelp

3. A scuba cylinder should be hydrostatically tested every:
6 months
5 years
15 minutes

4. A dive team caught in a rip current taking them in a direction they do not want to go, should:
Descend immediately
Swim at a right angle to the current
Swim against the current
Swim with the current

5. A safe ascent rate would be:
30 feet/minute
60 feet/minute
as slow as you can bear
follow your quarter-sized bubbles

6. When you practice neutral bouyancy, inhalations will cause you to ______ and exhaling will cause you to ______ .
ingas, outgas
roll, wiggle
rise, fall
implode, explode

7. A precautionary safety stop at a depth of 15 feet for 3 minutes...
Is a no-no
Prevents air embolisms
Mandatory for dives deeper than 20 feet
Helps eliminate nitrogen in your system safely through respiration

8. If you take a balloon to the bottom of a swimming pool, the density of the air in the balloon will:
Not change

9. On ascent, remember to release expanding air in your BC to prevent:
Rapid ascent
Nitrogen Narcosis
An Explosion

10. Choose the correct equation for Boyle's Law:
P/V ÷ P/V