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Radioactive sources can be located in: (1 point) A. Hospitals B. Schools C. Grocery stores D. None of the above
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Radioactive materials are in which Department of Transportation (DOT) hazard class? (1 point) A. Class 3 B. Class 5 C. Class 7 D. Class 9
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Terrorists may use radiological material as Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) to injure or kill people or to create fear among the public. It is important that you understand the potential impacts of these materials in order to protect yourself and the public. Remember and implement the concepts of the __________ principle to promote a successful response. (1 point) A. ABC B. CMA C. BROOM D. RAIN
Weegy: The answer is A. ABC... Terrorists may use radiological material as Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) to injure or kill people or to create fear among the public. [ [ It is important that you understand the potential impacts of these materials in order to protect yourself and the public. Remember and implement the concepts of the ABC principle to promote a successful response..... ] ] (More)
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Radioactive sources can be located in: (1 point) A. Hospitals B. Schools C. Grocery stores D. None of the above
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