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Question 1: ________, a computer simulation technique used in engineering analysis
Collocation methodFinite element methodMultigrid methodSpectral method

Question 2: Some say that ________ is a subset of literary theory.
Literary criticismNovelPoetryTragedy

Question 3: ________, the process of processing an input sequence of characters and producing as output a sequence of symbols
ParsingLexical analysisCompilerProgramming language

Question 4: Chemists can use isotopes to assist analysts with issues in ________, archeology, food chemistry, forensics, geology, and a host of other questions of physical science.
CultureSocial sciencesSocial anthropologyAnthropology

Question 5: For example, analysis of the concentration of elements is important in managing a ________, so nuclear scientists will analyze neutron activation to develop discrete measurements within vast samples.
PlutoniumUraniumNuclear powerNuclear reactor technology

Question 6: It has also been ascribed to ________, in the form of a practical method of physical discovery (which he did not name or formally describe).
Isaac NewtonPlatoImmanuel KantRené Descartes

Question 7: ________ may use heuristics, inductive and deductive reasoning, social network analysis, dynamic network analysis, link analysis, and brainstorming to sort through problems they face.
Research and Analysis WingSignals intelligenceInter-Services IntelligenceIntelligence agency

Question 8: ________, a technique in which supporters of the method claim that the body's aura, or energy field is analysed
Mental bodyEtheric bodyEnergy (esotericism)Aura (paranormal)

Question 9: Analysts can discern the origins of natural and man-made isotopes in the study of ________.
Nuclear fission productPlutoniumUraniumEnvironmental radioactivity

Question 10: ________ (ANOVA), a collection of statistical models and their associated procedures which compare means by splitting the overall observed variance into different parts
Multiple comparisonsRonald FisherDesign of experimentsAnalysis of variance


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