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The distinctive symbol used to identify radioactive materials is the: a. Diamond b. Tri-blade c. White square
b. Tri-blade. distinctive tri-blade symbol which is universal for the identification of radioactivity
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User: To determine the amount of radioactive material in a package of radioactive materials, you would look at the: a. Placard b. Label c. Package type

User: The distinctive symbol used to identify radioactive materials is the: a. Diamond b. Tri-blade c. White square





Weegy: b. Tri-blade. distinctive tri-blade symbol which is universal for the identification of radioactivity
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User: Unbroken radioactive material packages never have a surface radiation dose above this level: a. 50 mR/hr b. 100 mR/hr c. 500 mR/hr d. 1,000 mR/hr

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