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Radioactive sources can be located in: (1 point) A. Hospitals B. Schools C. Grocery stores D. None of the above
Weegy: Radioactive sources can be located in hospital. User: 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 (More)
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What is/are the type(s) of ionizing radiation? (1 point) A. Alpha and beta B. Gamma C. Neutron D. All of the above
Weegy: D. All of the above are the types of ionizing radiation. User: What is another name for Acute Radiation Syndrome? (1 point) A. Radiation burns B. Radiation exposure C. Radiation sickness D. None of the above Weegy: Another name for Acute Radiation Syndrome is: C. Radiation sickness. User: The difference between a nuclear weapon detonation and a conventional explosion is __________. (1 point) A. Fission B. Fusion C. Fizzle D. Francs Weegy: The difference between a nuclear weapon detonation and a conventional explosion is: B. Fusion User: What are three primary techniques for minimizing exposure to radiation and radioactive materials? (1 point) A. Distance, minimize exposure, and proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) B. Prevention, distance, and shielding C. Proper PPE, distance, and proper decontamination D. Time, distance, and shielding Weegy: The primary techniques are: D. Time, distance, and shielding. User: The best protection from an explosive device is: (1 point) A. Isolation of the device B. Protective clothing C. A gas mask D. Decontamination (More)
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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
Weegy: Radioactive materials are in which Department of Transportation (DOT) hazard class? C. Class 7. (More)
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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
Weegy: A. Hospitals :) hitt good buttom thnx User: The route of entry is how the agent gets into your body. Agents will enter through: (1 point) A. Absorption, atomization, and respiration B. Inhalation, ingestion, absorption, and injection C. Inhalation, injection and inoculation D. Skin contact, eye contact, interrogation, and respiration (More)
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