Welcome to your L,L & N Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing Name Email Phone Number Use the following graph and answer. How many vaccinations did the clinic see?A A. 5 B. 6 C. 10 D. 12 E. 15Use the following pie chart and answer the following question. Name the category which has the smallest percentage A. Housing B. Health Care C. Other D. Clothes E. EntertainmentWhat does kg abbreviation stand for A. Kilogram B. Gram C. MillilitresKayla works at a cattery where she is asked to weigh a cat in a pet carrier. The cat and carrier together weigh 4.7kg. The carrier on its own weighs 2.5kg. How much does the cat weigh? A. 2.4kg B. 2.2kg C. 3.1kg D. 1.9kgRead the information below and answer the question. Animal Identification is performed for a variety of reasons, including:Animal identification using a means of marking is a process done to identify and track specific animals. It is done for a variety of reasons including verification of ownership, biosecurity control, and tracking for research or agricultural purposes. The animal care industry recognises animals in the following two headings: Identifiable characteristics Behavioural characteristics Identifiable characteristics include: Species & breed; sex, including whether or not the animal has been desexed; colour and markings; coat length; age and birth date; and fixed identification e.g. microchips, tattoos; ear tags, leg rings or other distinguishing features. A. To verify ownership B. To verify the patients name C. To track animals D. To understand which patients may be difficult to restrainInterpersonal communication in the workplace is? A. Face to face communication B. Phone Calls C. Talking to clients D. All the above431 x 16 = A. 4,316 B. 4,896 C. 6,366 D. 6,896 E. 8,316If a medicine is mixed three parts water to one-part solution, and this made 80ml of medicine. How much solution was used A. 10ml B. 20ml C. 30ml D. 40ml E. 180mlWhich word has the same meaning as the word medication A. Doctor B. Surgery C. Tonsillitis D. Drug E. NurseUse the following graph and answer. If bloods cost $60, how much money has the clinic made from this service? A. $560 B. $350 C. $490 D. $420 E. $360Which of the following sets of words is in alphabetical order? A. Lapine, Murine, Mustelid B. Porcine, Piscine, Ovine C. Bovine, Caprine, Camelids D. Feline, Canine, Avian E. Equine, Caviidae, OvineRead the information below and answer the question. When behaviours cannot be unlearned we determine?Behavioural characteristics Behaviour is any response to a stimulus. It can be any externally observable activity of an animal, or an internal change. In general, it includes: Movement of parts of the body Ceasing expected movement Secretions from the body Changes in body colour It is assumed that all animal behaviour is an adaptation designed to support survival, either directly or indirectly. However, this is not always the case. Animals can behave self-destructively, out of habit, or out of boredom. To better understand the behaviour, we should also consider what motivates it. Genetics are of prime importance (e.g. inherited characteristics). Genetic characteristics are also sometimes referred to as “inborn”, “innate” or “instinctive”. Most animals are genetically programmed to act in certain ways in certain situations. Experience (e.g. learned characteristics) may encompass terms including: “acquired”, “experiential” or “environmental”. Behaviours can be learned through the experience of interacting with the environment (which includes the people or other creatures in it), or it can be learned through personal, subjective experience (perceptions, thoughts and feelings). In the case of animals, these latter factors are usually difficult to identify. Since genetic and environmental factors both influence behaviour, it is impossible to distinguish particular causes for behaviour. Particularly in regard to animals, no behaviour can ever be characterised as totally instinctive or totally learned. Even though learned and genetic factors both play a role in all behaviours, the relative significance of each is variable. Some behaviours in animals can be relatively unlearned and therefore, almost impossible to modify. In such cases, we can determine that genetics is the major influence. Other behaviours are relatively easy to modify, thus mostly learned. In such cases, we can determine that genetics has a minor influence. A. That the animals behaviour can be modified B. That genetics is a minor influence C. That genetics is the major influence D. The name, sex and age of patientAdd a 50% mark up to a dog collar that costs the clinic $7.00 A. $10.50 B. $12.50 C. $14.00 D. $ 7.00 E. $ 11.50Which word or phrase correctly completes the following sentence? The nurse _____ upset when the patient was admitted. A. Will become B. Went C. Were D. Is E. BecameWhich word or phrase best starts the following sentence?……. going to the operating theatre. A. Were B. Sam and I are C. Sam and I is D. Sam and me are E. Me and Sam areOne (1) metre (m) is equal to A. 10,000 cm B. 1,000cm C. 100cm D. 10cm E. 1cmWhich word is spelled correctly A. Syrinje B. Sirinje C. Syringe D. Surringe E. SerringeNurses must strictly follow health and hygiene standards. Which word or phrase has the same meaning as strictly follow A. Abide by B. Ignore C. Think about D. Clarify E. Agree WithCalculate the pulse rate (heart beats per minute) of a patient if the patient’s heart beats at 23 beats every 15 seconds A. 102 B. 92 C. 385 D. 230 E. 75Use the following pie chart and answer the following question. Name the category which has the 3rd largest spend amountA A. Other B. Food C. Housing D. Insurance E. Health CareTime is Up!