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					            Indiana Academic Super Bowl



Interdisciplinary Round
                      Invitational I

  A Program of the Indiana Association of School Principals
                                  I-1-1
1.   What is the story of the Bayeux
     tapestry?
     A. the romance of Sir Gawain and
        the Green Knight
     B. the First Crusade
     C. the Conquest of Britain
     D. the Life of Eleanor of Aquitaine
                                  I-1-1
1.   What is the story of the Bayeux
     tapestry?




     C. the Conquest of Britain
                                       I-1-2
2.   In “The Wife of Bath’s Tale,” the errant
     knight discovered that women most
     desire
     A.   to make love more frequently
     B.   to experience a variety of
          marriage partners
     C.   to maintain all household
          accounts
     D.   to have control over their
          husbands
                                     I-1-2
2.   In “The Wife of Bath’s Tale,” the
     errant knight discovered that women
     most desire




     D. to have control over their
        husbands
40 seconds                        I-1-3
3.   Evaluate log16 32

                              5
     A.   2              C.   3


          3                   5
     B.   2              D.   4
40 seconds                        I-1-3
3.   Evaluate log16 32




                              5
                         D.   4
                                          I-1-4
4.   Condensation reactions happen continuously
     in the human body. What is a condensation
     reaction?
     A.   the process of extracting ionic oxide from
          a chemical process
     B.   the process where two molecules are
          joined, accompanied by the elimination of
          a water molecule
     C.   the process where two molecules are
          joined by adding a molecule of water.
     D.   the process of adding ionic oxide to a
          chemical reaction
                                         I-1-4
4.   Condensation reactions happen continuously
     in the human body. What is a condensation
     reaction?




     B.   the process where two molecules are
          joined, accompanied by the elimination of
          a water molecule
                                 I-1-5
5.   Other than Joan of Arc, who was the
     most popular character in France’s
     medieval history?
     A. Philip II
     B. Louis IX
     C. Margaret of Provence
     D. Frederick II
                                 I-1-5
5.   Other than Joan of Arc, who was the
     most popular character in France’s
     medieval history?


     B. Louis IX
                                        I-1-6
6.   Innocent III’s command that all Christian
     princes require Jewish moneylenders to
     remit the payment of any interest on loans
     within their kingdoms indicates that
     Christians ignored which sin in practice
     though Dante punishes it in Lower Hell?
     A.   heresy
     B.   blasphemy
     C.   usury
     D.   simony
                                        I-1-6
6.   Innocent III’s command that all Christian
     princes require Jewish moneylenders to
     remit the payment of any interest on loans
     within their kingdoms indicates that
     Christians ignored which sin in practice
     though Dante punishes it in Lower Hell?




     C.   usury
                                    I-1-7
7.   “The Franklin’s Tale” may be
     classified as
     A. a romance
     B. a satire
     C. an allegory
     D. a homily
                                    I-1-7
7.   “The Franklin’s Tale” may be
     classified as
     A. a romance
40 seconds                         I-1-8
8.   What is the remainder when
     2x3 - 5x + 3 is divided by x – 3?


     A. 5
     B. 6
     C. - 36
     D. 42
40 seconds                         I-1-8
8.   What is the remainder when
     2x3 - 5x + 3 is divided by x – 3?




     D. 42
                                      I-1-9
9.   The pH of the blood in humans is
     between 7.35 and 7.45 and is extremely
     critical. What keeps the blood from
     changing drastically when an alkaline or
     acid is taken into the body and passed to
     the blood stream?
     A. an acid inhibitor
     B. a buffer
     C. basic inhibitor
     D. basic salts
                                      I-1-9
9.   The pH of the blood in humans is
     between 7.35 and 7.45 and is extremely
     critical. What keeps the blood from
     changing drastically when an alkaline or
     acid is taken into the body and passed to
     the blood stream?


     B. a buffer
                               I-1-10
10. A famous modern composition
    using early Goliard songs is
   A. Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring
   B. Hindemith’s Mathis der Maler
   C. Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana
   D. Ravel’s Daphne and Chloe
                               I-1-10
10. A famous modern composition
    using early Goliard songs is




   C.   Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana
 Substitutions may be made during this time period.

This is not a time out. Coaches may not approach the
 competition area and should not expect to use this
             time for last minute coaching.

Proctors please sign in the substitutes by initialing the
     appropriate space on the registration sheet.

 Substitutes are to sign the answer sheet in the space
   provided. Captains must remain at the table.
40 seconds                                I-1-11
                                   x 4
                  2 x 1     1
11. Solve:    3             
                            9


         7
    A.                     C.   5
         4

                                   3
    B.   -7                D.      4
40 seconds                               I-1-11
                                  x 4
                 2 x 1     1
11. Solve:   3             
                           9


         7
    A.
         4
                                    I-1-12
12. The Hanseatic League made important
    contributions in each of the following
    areas EXCEPT
    A.   navigational safety
    B.   artisans’ rights
    C.   mercantile associations
    D.   maritime law
                                    I-1-12
12. The Hanseatic League made important
    contributions in each of the following
    areas EXCEPT


    B.   artisans’ rights
                                            I-1-13
13.   Which of the following is most correct
      according to normal chemistry?
      Balance: C3H8 +5 O2 → 3 CO2 + 4 H2O


      A. 2 C3H8 +10 O2 → 6 CO2 + 8 H2O
      B. 4 C3H8 +15 O2 → 9 CO2 + 12 H2O
      C. 4 C3H8 +20 O2 → 12 CO2 + 16 H2O
      D. C3H8 +5 O2 → 3 CO2 + 4 H2O
                                            I-1-13
13.   Which of the following is most correct
      according to normal chemistry?
      Balance: C3H8 +5 O2 → 3 CO2 + 4 H2O




      D. C3H8 +5 O2 → 3 CO2 + 4 H2O
                                            I-1-14
14.   The wealth of the Duke of Berry, which
      allowed him to be a great patron of the
      arts, was the result of
      A.   French conquests in the Hundred
           Years’ War
      B.   the establishment of free cities in his
           territories
      C.   the rise of the guilds, and increased
           commerce
      D.   the feudal custom of apenages, the
           granting of lands by the king to his sons
                                           I-1-14
14.   The wealth of the Duke of Berry, which
      allowed him to be a great patron of the
      arts, was the result of




      D.   the feudal custom of apenages, the
           granting of lands by the king to his sons
                                           I-1-15
15.   In “The Nun’s Priest’s Tale,” when
      Chanticleer disputes Lord Cato’s dream
      theory, he does so by
      A.   telling a tale of an evil dream come
           true
      B.   branding Cato as a heretical loser
      C.   illustrating that dreams are all vanity
      D.   lauding older statesmen as prophets
           through dreams
                                          I-1-15
15.   In “The Nun’s Priest’s Tale,” when
      Chanticleer disputes Lord Cato’s dream
      theory, he does so by
      A.   telling a tale of an evil dream come
           true
                                    I-1-16
16. Neutralization can occur because
    A. salt, an ionic compound,
       dissipates in the solution
    B. solutes always combines with
       its substrate
    C. acids and bases react with each
       other
    D. acids are strongly alkaline.
                               I-1-16
16. Neutralization can occur because




   C. acids and bases react with each
      other
40 seconds                        I-1-17
17. What is the coefficient of x8 in the
    expression (x2 + 3)6 ?
    A.    125
    B.    135
    C.     15
    D.     540
40 seconds                        I-1-17
17. What is the coefficient of x8 in the
    expression (x2 + 3)6 ?


    B.    135
                                  I-1-18
18. Under feudalism the application of
    civil law was generally equivalent to
    A. consulting customs
    B. obeying commands
    C. creating rules as needed
    D. relying on whims
                                  I-1-18
18. Under feudalism the application of
    civil law was generally equivalent to
    A. consulting customs
                                I-1-19
19. A famous Meistersinger composer
    immortalized in Wagner’s opera Die
    Meistersinger is
    A. Adam der Halle
    B. Walther von der Vogelweide
    C. Hans Sachs
    D. Heinrich Schutz
                                I-1-19
19. A famous Meistersinger composer
    immortalized in Wagner’s opera Die
    Meistersinger is




    C. Hans Sachs
                                   I-1-20
20. Plato and Aristotle would have
    easily recognized the reality of all
    these evils or sins EXCEPT
    A. pride
    B. heresy
    C. lust
    D. anger
                                   I-1-20
20. Plato and Aristotle would have
    easily recognized the reality of all
    these evils or sins EXCEPT


    B. heresy
                                I-1-21
21. Eleanor of Aquitaine probably
    learned her love of poetry
    A. from her first husband, Louis VII
    B. on the Crusade route
    C. at her father’s court
    D. from her second husband,
       Henry II
                                I-1-21
21. Eleanor of Aquitaine probably
    learned her love of poetry




    C. at her father’s court
                                  I-1-22
22. “The Franklin’s Tale” embodies all
    of these medieval influences
    EXCEPT
    A. Greek mythological figures
    B. classical romantic pairs
    C. examples of valor and honor
    D. rescue of famous sailing ships
                                 I-1-22
22. “The Franklin’s Tale” embodies all
    of these medieval influences
    EXCEPT




    D. rescue of famous sailing ships
40 seconds                               I-1-23
23.        log4 (x – 1) + log4 (x + 2)
           The solution set is
      A. {2}
      B. {- 2, 3}
      C. {-3, 2}
      D.     
40 seconds                            I-1-23
23.     log4 (x – 1) + log4 (x + 2)
        The solution set is
      A. {2}
                                 I-1-24
24. An inanimate object that carries
    viable pathogenic organisms is
    called a
    A. serovars
    B. carrier
    C. fomite
    D. hapten
                                 I-1-24
24. An inanimate object that carries
    viable pathogenic organisms is
    called a




    C. fomite
                                     I-1-25
25. To illuminate the Tres Riches Heures, the
    Limbourg brothers probably had
    recourse to a medieval invention
    mentioned by Roger Bacon. That
    invention was
    A.   the compass
    B.   the printing press
    C.   the Mercator projection
    D.   the magnifying lens
                                     I-1-25
25. To illuminate the Tres Riches Heures, the
    Limbourg brothers probably had
    recourse to a medieval invention
    mentioned by Roger Bacon. That
    invention was




    D.   the magnifying lens
    End of Interdisciplinary Round
While the scorekeepers tabulate the final results,
  let us again thank you for your support of
            academic competition.
Alternate Questions
                                       I-1-X1
X1. Among the significant events occurring
    during Chaucer’s term in the House of
    Common, were all of the following EXCEPT
    the House
    A.   defying the king, whom Chaucer had
         served
    B.   impeaching the royal chancellor
    C.   imposing on King Richard a council
         chosen by Parliament
    D.   permitting the king to be hung in
         effigy
                                       I-1-X1
X1. Among the significant events occurring
    during Chaucer’s term in the House of
    Common, were all of the following EXCEPT
    the House




    D.   permitting the king to be hung in
         effigy
40 seconds                        I-1-X2
X2. log10 1000 + lne + log4 4 =
    A. 6
    B. 7e
    C. 4 + 3e
    D. 7
40 seconds                        I-1-X2
X2. log10 1000 + lne + log4 4 =




    D. 7
                                 I-1-X3
X3. Which classic film by Ingmar
    Bergman tells he story of a medieval
    knight’s struggle with faith during
    the Black Death?
    A. Open City
    B. The Seventh Seal
    C. The Virgin Spring
    D. Cries and Whispers
                                 I-1-X3
X3. Which classic film by Ingmar
    Bergman tells he story of a medieval
    knight’s struggle with faith during
    the Black Death?


    B. The Seventh Seal

				
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