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Digestive System Quiz 9


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{ "questionDesription":"Digestive System Quiz 9", "questions":[{ "ques": "What is the other name given to the large intestine?", "answers": [{ "opt": "Duodenum","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Jejunum","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Ileum","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Colon","selected": "false", "ans": "true" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/large-intestine.jpg" }, { "ques": "How long is the large intestine?", "answers": [{ "opt": "1.7 m","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "1.5 m","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "2.3 m","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "1.8 m","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/large-intestine.jpg" }, { "ques": "Why we call the large intestine, large, although, the small intestine is longer than the large intestine?", "answers": [{ "opt": "because, it is surrounding the small intestine","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "because, its diameter is bigger than the small intestine","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "None of the above","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/large-intestine.jpg" }, { "ques": "What is the function of the large intestine?", "answers": [{ "opt": "Absorption of sugars and fats","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Absorption of proteins","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Absorption of water from the food remains","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "Absorption of vitamins and minerals","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/large-intestine.jpg" }, { "ques": "What is happening to food in the large intestines?", "answers": [{ "opt": "The remaining food particles leave the small intestine and enter the large intestine","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "By the time liquid food reaches the large intestine, most useful nutrients have been removed","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "The large intestine then absorbs most of the remaining water, leaving waste material and bacteria to be pushed out through the rectum as faeces (poo)","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "All of the above","selected": "false", "ans": "true" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/large-intestine.jpg" }, { "ques": "How long does it take for the food to pass through the large intestine?", "answers": [{ "opt": "10 - 12 hours","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "11 - 14 hours","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "2 - 6 hours","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "8 - 9 hours","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/large-intestine.jpg" }, { "ques": "The billions of bacteria live in the large intestine are harmful. True or False.", "answers": [{ "opt": "True","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "False","selected": "false", "ans": "true" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/large-intestine.jpg" }, { "ques": "How does the large intestines get its friendly bacteria?", "answers": [{ "opt": "From expired food","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "From dirty hands","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "From the raw vegetables we eat, and also from some yoghurts","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "From unwashed food","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/large-intestine.jpg" }, { "ques": "How do friendly bacteria in your large intestine help you? Tick the most correct answer.", "answers": [{ "opt": "(a) They help in the digestion process","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "(b) They defend you from invading germs","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "(c) They break down food we eat","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "(a) and (b) only","selected": "false", "ans": "true" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/large-intestine.jpg" }, { "ques": "What are the parts of the large intestine?", "answers": [{ "opt": "Duodenum, Jejunum, Ileum","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Transverse colon, Ascending colon, Descending colon","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "Incisors, Canine, Premolars, Molars","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Parotid, Submandibular, Sublingual","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/large-intestine.jpg" } ]}