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slide 2: 100 pass 1.One of the advantages of inwater supervision is that you can personally lead divers to interesting areas. A. TRUE B. FALSE Ans w er: A 2.The benefits of managing a dive from a boat or the shore is that it allows you to direct divers to interesting fish life. A. TRUE B. FALSE Ans w er: B 3.Typically when divers who do not return from a dive it is caused by the lack of using any accounting procedures. A. TRUE B. FALSE Ans w er: A 4.Divemasters encourage responsible behavior by: A. by being a good role model B. by making responsible behavior easier C. by reminding divers to act responsibly D. all of the above Ans w er: D 5.Use good judgement when assessing the suitability of water conditions and diver readiness by making your decisions based on: A. diver safety B. the height of the waves C. visibility D. none of the above Ans w er: A 6.As a Divemaster delegating tasks in a diving emergency you will normally have several Rescue Divers to help you. A. TRUE B. FALSE Ans w er: B 7.A good example of choosing to use inwater supervision might be where you want to lead a group of divers to a small wreck. A. TRUE B. FALSE

slide 3: 100 pass Ans w er: A 8.Defining your role to a group of divers before a dive is important so they know who you are and what you will be doing during a dive. A. TRUE B. FALSE Ans w er: A 9.The primary role between you and your students is one where you provide help with diving gear. A. TRUE B. FALSE Ans w er: B 10.As a Divemaster you might find that students find it easier to voice concerns with you rather than the instructor. This is because instructors generally do not want to deal with the concerns of the students and they would rather just teach the skills. A. TRUE B. FALSE Ans w er: B 11.When assisting with students a good position is one that allows student divers to alert you easily. A. TRUE B. FALSE Ans w er: A 12 .71 of the earth is covered by water. A. TRUE B. FALSE Ans w er: A 13.The base of the food chain is formed by primary producers. A. TRUE B. FALSE Ans w er: A 14.When excess organic waste enters the oceans it can cause a plankton bloom or "red tide." A. TRUE B. FALSE Ans w er: A

slide 4: 100 pass 15.The reasons why coral reefs are important are: A. they protect island and coastal communities B. they are nurseries for close to 25 of all known marine species C. they are the main food source for all living things D. both a and b are correct Ans w er: D 16.With the introduction of an alien species native predators will tend to over populate and grow due to the new food source. A. TRUE B. FALSE Ans w er: B 17.Tides are primarily caused by ___________________. A. the gravitational force of the sun and moon B. the gravitational pull of reefs C. the wind D. rip currents Ans w er: A 18.When diving in a current you typically want to begin the dive swimming into the current. A. TRUE B. FALSE Ans w er: A 19.A 150 kilogram/330 pound anchor that displaces 138 litres/4.9 cubic feet of water lies on the bottom in 21 metres/69 feet of salt water. What is the minimum amount of water that must be displaced from a lifting device to bring the anchor to the surface A. 73 litres/2.55 cubic feet B. 69.1 litres/2.43 cubic feet C. 8 litres/.28 cubic feet D. 7.6 litres/.27 cubic feet Ans w er: D Explanation: The object is in salt water. 150/1.03-1387.6 20.What would the volume at the surface be if a flexible air-filled container with a volume of 5 liters at 40 meters/132 feet is released to the surface A. 20 Litres B. 5 Litres C. 25 Litres

slide 5: 100 pass D. 15 Litres Ans w er: C 21.As underwater depth decreases the physiological effect of that gas will: A. Depending on the gas in the mixture it will either increase or decrease B. Increase C. Decrease D. Stay unchanged Ans w er: C 22.The body responds to the _______ of a gas you breathe. A. Temperature B. Fluidity C. Percentage D. Partial pressure Ans w er: D 23.What is the gauge pressure at 22 metres/72 feet of fresh water A. 3.2 ata B. 3.14 ata C. 2.14 ata D. 4 ata Ans w er: C 24.If an object that weighs 67 kilograms/148 pounds is neutrally buoyant in salt water what is the volume of water the object displaces A. 65 liters/2.3 cubic feet B. 6.7 liters/.24 cubic feet C. 134 liters/4.7 cubic feet D. 67 liters/2.4 cubic feet Ans w er: A Explanation: Because the object is in salt water we must divide the weight by 1.03 67/1.0365 25.Common signs and symptoms of a lung overexpansion injury may include: A. dizziness shock paralysis or unconscious almost immediately upon surfacing. B. numbness and tingling in the extremities. C. difficulty breathing shortness of breath and/or chest pain. D. both a and c are correct. Ans w er: D 26.What substance contained within the red blood cells aids in the transport of oxygen throughout the system

slide 6: 100 pass A. Lipids B. Hemoglobin C. Plasma D. Gammaglobulin Ans w er: B 27.Gas exchange between the respiratory and circulatory system occurs: A. in the carotid arteries B. between the pulmonary capillaries and alveoli C. between the bronchi and the pulmonary arteries D. none of the above Ans w er: B 28.Using your eRDPML if a diver has just completed a dive to 20 metres/65 feet for 43 minutes and he wants to return to that depth for 32 minutes on the second dive. What is the minimum time the diver must wait on the surface before starting the second dive A. 1:14 B. 1:32 C. 2:36 D. 1:52 Ans w er: B 29.A diver is planning to do a mulit-level dive and wants to know their ending pressure group after the 3rd level. In the example below they would surface with an ending pressure group: Level 1 - 28 m/92 ft for 10 minutes Level 2 - 18 m/59 ft for 15 minutes Level 3 - 10 m/33 ft for 20 minutes A. S B. R C. P D. Q Ans w er: D 30.Using your RDP tables what is the NDL for a dive to 32 m/105 ft A. 9 metric 13 imperial B. 13 metric 15 imperial C. 20 metric 20 imperial D. 14 metric 16 imperial Ans w er : D 31.If a diver completes a dive that lasted 40 minutes to 20 meters/65 feet and had a 62 minute surface interval and then does another dive to 16 meters/52 feet for 33 minutes

slide 7: 100 pass what would be their pressure group after the 2nd dive use your RDP to answer this question A. Imperial R or Metric S B. Imperial V or Metric S C. Imperial U or Metric R D. Imperial S or Metric T Ans w er: B 32.Which of the following is not true as it relates to altitude diving: A. tables and computers are based on surfacing at sea level if we go to altitude after a dive this increases the pressure gradient and bubbles may form B. you wont need special procedures as long as you dive within 3000 meters above sea level C. understanding altitude diving will be good for exploring mountain lakes D. special training and procedures are necessary when altitude diving Ans w er: B Explanation: Keep in mind that the question is asking which of the statements is NOT true. Remember to read the questions carefully. It is common to see wording like this. 33.The recommended surface interval for flying after doing a one-tank dive with no decompression stops in a day is 18 hours. A. TRUE B. FALSE Ans w er: B 34.The ending pressure group at the end of 3 dives where the first dive is 37 m/122 ft for 9 minutes with a 49 minute surface interval and the 2nd dive is to 18 m/60 ft for 37 minutes with a 44 minute surface interval and the 3rd dive is 18 m/60 ft for 22 minutes is U for Imperial or U for Metric. use your RDP to answer this question A. TRUE B. FALSE Ans w er: A

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