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Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  The British Temeraire and French ships Redoutable and Bucentaure at the Battle of Trafalgar
  Exhaust stack on a container ship.
  MS Freedom of the Seas under construction in a shipyard in Turku.
  A Japanese atakebune from the 16th century

Question 2: For non-displacement craft such as hovercraft and ________, the vessel is suspended over the water by a cushion of high-pressure air it projects downwards against the surface of the water.
Maglev (transport)HovercraftHigh-speed railFerry

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  Vessels move along the three axes: 1. heave, 2. sway, 3. surge, 4. yaw, 5. pitching, 6. roll
  A replica of the carrack Santa María of Christopher Columbus
  An able seaman uses a needlegun scaler while refurbishing a mooring winch at sea

Question 4: The English modified their vessels to maximize their firepower and demonstrated the effectiveness of their doctrine, in 1588, by defeating the ________.
English ArmadaEnglandSpanish ArmadaAnglo-Spanish War (1585)

Question 5: With the development of the homing torpedo, better ________ systems, and nuclear propulsion, submarines also became able to effectively hunt each other.
Echo soundingSonarMarine mammals and sonarUnderwater acoustics

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  Vessels move along the three axes: 1. heave, 2. sway, 3. surge, 4. yaw, 5. pitching, 6. roll
  The Exxon Valdez spilled 10,800,000 US gallons (8,993,000 imp gal; 40,880,000 L) of oil into Alaska's Prince William Sound.[53]
  Ship graveyard in France
  Fishing boat Dona Delfina

Question 7: Some modern vessels use ________ connected directly to the propeller shaft, usually powered by generators.
AC motorInduction motorElectric motorElectrical generator

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  Vessels move along the three axes: 1. heave, 2. sway, 3. surge, 4. yaw, 5. pitching, 6. roll
  Replica of Magellan’s Victoria. Ferdinand Magellan led the first expedition that circumnavigated the globe in 1519-1522.
  A cargo ship pumps ballast water over the side
  The Exxon Valdez spilled 10,800,000 US gallons (8,993,000 imp gal; 40,880,000 L) of oil into Alaska's Prince William Sound.[53]

Question 9: Fifty years before ________, Chinese navigator Zheng He traveled the world at the head of what was for the time a huge armada.
Dominican RepublicChristopher ColumbusAmericasSpain

Question 10: Ships end their careers in a number of ways, ranging from shipwrecks to service as a ________ to the scrapyard.
CorvetteMuseum shipBattleshipUSS Texas (BB-35)
















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