Gabarito ESCOLA NAVAL - Provas Anteriores

Questão
2017Inglês

(COLGIO NAVAL - 2017) TEXTO PARA A PRXIMA QUESTO: Helping at a hospital Every year many young people finish school and then take a year off before they start work or go to college. 1Some of them go to other countries and work as volunteers. Volunteers give their time to help people. For example, they work in schools or hospitals, or they help with conservation. Mike Coleman is 19 and __________ in Omaha, Nebraska, in the United States. He wants to become a teacher, but now he __________ in Namibia. Hes working in a hospital near Katima Mulilo. He says, Im working with the doctors and nurses here to help sick people. For example, I help carry people who cant walk. Sometimes I go to villages in the mobile hospital, too. There arent many doctors here so they need help from people like me. I dont get any money, but thats OK, Im not here for the money. Im staying here for two months, and Im living in a small house with five others volunteers. The work is hard and the days are long, but Im enjoying my life here. Im learning a lot about life in Southern Africa and about myself! 2When I finish the two months work, I want to travel in and around Namibia for three weeks. For example, I want to see the animals in the Okavango Delta in Botswana. http://vyre-legacy-access.cambridge.org Which verb forms respectively complete the gaps in the text?

Questão
2017Inglês

(ESCOLA NAVAL - 2017) Read the sentences below. I. I work hardly every day. II. My classmates speak French very well. III. Ana drives incredibly fast. IV. Our father is a very carefully driver. Choose the option according to the correct use of the adverbs and modifiers.

Questão
2017Matemática

(Esc. Naval 2017) Analise as afirmativas a seguir. I- Sejam a, b e c os lados de um tringulo, com ocba. Pode-se afirmar quec2=a2+b2se, e somente se, o tringulo for retngulo. II- Se um tringulo retngulo, ento as bissetrizes internas dos ngulos agudos formam entre si um ngulo de 45 ou 135. III- O centro de um crculo circunscrito a um tringulo retngulo est sobre um dos catetos. IV- O baricentro de um tringulo retngulo equidistante dos lados do tringulo. Assinale a opo correta.

Questão
2017Física

(Esc. Naval 2017) Um chuveiro eltrico opera em uma rede de 220 voltsdissipando 7.600 J/sde calor em sua resistncia. Se esse mesmo chuveiro fosse conectado a uma rede de 110 volts,a potncia dissipada, em J/s,passar a ser de

Questão
2017Matemática

(G1 - col. naval 2017) Observe a figura a seguir. A figura acima mostra um tringulo issceles come A bissetriz interna decortaem Por traam-se as distncias ateat determinando os pontose respectivamente. Sendo assim, correto afirmar que o valor do produto

Questão
2017Física

Considere um bloco de gelo de 80,0 kg deslizando, com velocidade constante v, em um plano inclinado de 30 com a horizontal. Sabendo que a massa de gelo que derrete por minuto, em consequncia do atrito, de 20,0 g, e que o calor latente de fuso do gelo 336 J/g, qual o valor da velocidade v, em centmetros por segundo? Dado: g=10m/s2

Questão
2017Inglês

(COLGIO NAVAL - 2017) Mark the option in which all the verbs are written in the Simple Past.

Questão
2017Português

(ESCOLA NAVAL - 2017) Leia o texto abaixo e responda (s) questo(es) a seguir. O dono do livro Li outro dia um fato real narrado pelo escritor moambicano Mia Couto. Ele disse que certa vez chegou em casa no fim do dia, j havia anoitecido, quando um garoto humilde de 16 anos o esperava sentado no muro. O garoto estava com um dos braos para trs, o que perturbou o escritor, que imaginou que pudesse ser assaltado. Mas logo o menino mostrou o que tinha em mos: um livro do prprio Mia Couto. Esse livro seu? perguntou o menino. Sim, respondeu o escritor. Vim devolver. O garoto explicou que horas antes estava na rua quando viu uma moa com aquele livro nas mos, cuja capa trazia a foto do autor. O garoto reconheceu Mia Couto pelas fotos que j havia visto em jornais. Ento perguntou para a moa: Esse livro do Mia Couto? Ela respondeu: . E o garoto mais que ligeiro tirou o livro das mos dela e correu para a casa do escritor para fazer a boa ao de devolver a obra ao verdadeiro dono. Uma histria assim pode acontecer em qualquer pas habitado por pessoas que ainda no estejam familiarizadas com os livros aqui no Brasil, inclusive. De quem o livro? A resposta no a mesma de quando se pergunta: Quem escreveu o livro?. O autor quem escreve, mas o livro quem l, e isso de uma forma muito mais abrangente do que o conceito de propriedade privada comprei, meu. O livro de quem l mesmo quando foi retirado de uma biblioteca, mesmo que seja emprestado, mesmo que tenha sido encontrado num banco de praa. O livro de quem tem acesso s suas pginas e atravs delas consegue imaginas os personagens, os cenrios, a voz e o jeito com que se movimentam. So do leitor as sensaes provocadas, a tristeza, a euforia, o medo, o espanto, tudo que transmitido pelo autor, mas que reflete em quem l de uma forma muito pessoal. do leitor o prazer. do leitor a identificao. do leitor o aprendizado. o leitor o livro. Dias atrs gravei um comercial de rdio em prol do Instituto Estadual do Livro em que falo aos leitores exatamente isso: os meus livros so os seus livros. E so, de fato. No existe livro sem leitor. No existe. um objeto fantasma que no serve para nada. Aquele garoto de Moambique no v assim. Para ele, o livro de quem traz o nome estampado na capa, como se isso sinalizasse o direito de posse. No tem ideia de como se d o processo todo, possivelmente nunca entrou numa livraria, nem sabe o que tiragem. Mas, em seu desengano, teve a gentileza de tentar colocar as coisas em seu devido lugar, mesmo que para isso tenha roubado o livro de uma garota sem perceber. Ela era a dona do livro. E deve ter ficado estupefata. Um f do Mia Couto afanou seu exemplar. No levou o celular, a carteira, s quis o livro. Um danado de uma amante da literatura, deve ter pensado ela. Assim so as histrias escritas tambm pela vida, interpretadas a seu modo por cada dono. Martha Medeiros.Jornal ZERO HORA 06/11/11. Revista O Globo, 25 de novembro de 2012. No trecho [...] um garoto humilde de 16 anos o esperava sentado no muro.(1), tambm correta, de acordo com a norma-padro brasileira, a colocao encltica do pronomeo. Assinale a opo em que tambm ocorre essa dupla possibilidade - prclise e nclise - na colocao do pronome destacado.

Questão
2017Inglês

(ESCOLA NAVAL - 2017) Mark the INCORRECT option according to the Genitive Case.

Questão
2017Inglês

(ESCOLA NAVAL -2017) Mark the correct option.

Questão
2017Matemática

(Esc. Naval 2017) Sejam fe gfunes reais dadas por e.Calcule o valor da integral em que ,, e o perodo da funo ge marque a opo correta.

Questão
2017Inglês

(Esc. Naval 2017) As the Olympics Approaches, a Lesson in Overcoming Adversity Bert R. Mandelbaum, MD July 20, 2016 Ive known a lot of athletes who qualified for the Olympic Games __________ injuries. But I know of only one who is qualified because of an injury. Cliff Meidls story captures the spirit of the Olympics. In November 1986, Cliff, a 20-year-old electrical cables with a jackhammer. An estimated 30,000 surged through his body, exploding bone and cartilage from the inside all the way up to his head. To put that into perspective, electric chairs use only 1500 2000 volts for executions. So its safe to say that Cliff should have died. And he nearly did. His heart stopper. Paramedics were able to get it going again, but they had to resuscitate him on the ways to the hospital. As part of a team with renowned plastic surgeon Malcolm Lesavoy, MD, and others, I got to work reconstructing Cliffs legs. Our best hope was to avoid amputation. But very quickly, we noticed something else going on something that had nothing to with our expertise. Through every step of his painful rehabilitation, Cliff grew more and more determined. He never complained. He just asked, Whats next? Before he had even finished the rehabilitation, Cliff started paddling various watercrafts. The days spent on crutches had already strengthened his upper body, and he took naturally to the sport. The same year in which he was injured, he began competing in canoe and kayak events, and in 1996 he qualified for the Olympic not the Paralympic Games, the Olympic Games. Four years later, in Sydney, Australia, I was overseeing the sport medicine team at the Olympic soccer tournament. I was sitting in the stands during the opening ceremonies when Cliff walked into the Olympic Stadium carrying the Star and Stripes. Its a long-standing tradition for delegations of athletes to select one among their number to bear the flag, and the choice often symbolizes some extraordinary accomplishment. I had no idea that Cliff would be selected. So when he strode into the stadium with a normal gait, I nearly broke down. Moments like that reinforce what I have always believed: that sport can bring out the best in us all. The Olympic Games () are devoted to celebrating the human capacity to improve body, mind, and soul. They are about taking part not necessarily about winning. Cliffs peers in the US delegation of 2000 recognized that when they elected him to bear the nations colors. He never won a medal at the games, but the spirit with which he overcame adversity inspired all of them. The Olympic motto faster, higher, stronger can help our patients realize that the real victory is the win, within. The Win Within: Capturing Your Victorious Spirit is the name of the book I wrote to show people that coming back from adversity is part of our heritage that we as human beings are more adapted to adversity than we are to success. Adversity is the engine of unimagined opportunity. It can unleash our energy and stimulate our will. It moves us to succeed. If I dont have food, I have to go get some. If Im cold, I have to build a shelter. I remind patients who dont participate in sports that they have the heritage of athletes. We all have the genes of pursuit-hunters who survived by running down their prey and running away from their predators. Thats why even now, in 2016, when we go out and take a run, we feel good. We get an endorphin surge and our lipids go down. Our hearts and brains become clear. The life on sport and sport of life are interlinked. Exercise is our birthright; its our legacy; its why we are here. We no longer have to fear saber-toothed tigers or cave bears. Bu when you look today at how people can be successful in 2016, its by avoiding the predators in our urban life: overeating, inactivity, and smoking. Ad its by rising to meet adversity. Adapted from http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/866279. According to the text, which statement is correct?

Questão
2017Inglês

(Esc. Naval 2017) As the Olympics Approaches, a Lesson in Overcoming Adversity Bert R. Mandelbaum, MD July 20, 2016 Ive known a lot of athletes who qualified for the Olympic Games __________ injuries. But I know of only one who is qualified because of an injury. Cliff Meidls story captures the spirit of the Olympics. In November 1986, Cliff, a 20-year-old electrical cables with a jackhammer. An estimated 30,000 surged through his body, exploding bone and cartilage from the inside all the way up to his head. To put that into perspective, electric chairs use only 1500 2000 volts for executions. So its safe to say that Cliff should have died. And he nearly did. His heart stopper. Paramedics were able to get it going again, but they had to resuscitate him on the ways to the hospital. As part of a team with renowned plastic surgeon Malcolm Lesavoy, MD, and others, I got to work reconstructing Cliffs legs. Our best hope was to avoid amputation. But very quickly, we noticed something else going on something that had nothing to with our expertise. Through every step of his painful rehabilitation, Cliff grew more and more determined. He never complained. He just asked, Whats next? Before he had even finished the rehabilitation, Cliff started paddling various watercrafts. The days spent on crutches had already strengthened his upper body, and he took naturally to the sport. The same year in which he was injured, he began competing in canoe and kayak events, and in 1996 he qualified for the Olympic not the Paralympic Games, the Olympic Games. Four years later, in Sydney, Australia, I was overseeing the sport medicine team at the Olympic soccer tournament. I was sitting in the stands during the opening ceremonies when Cliff walked into the Olympic Stadium carrying the Star and Stripes. Its a long-standing tradition for delegations of athletes to select one among their number to bear the flag, and the choice often symbolizes some extraordinary accomplishment. I had no idea that Cliff would be selected. So when he strode into the stadium with a normal gait, I nearly broke down. Moments like that reinforce what I have always believed: that sport can bring out the best in us all. The Olympic Games () are devoted to celebrating the human capacity to improve body, mind, and soul. They are about taking part not necessarily about winning. Cliffs peers in the US delegation of 2000 recognized that when they elected him to bear the nations colors. He never won a medal at the games, but the spirit with which he overcame adversity inspired all of them. The Olympic motto faster, higher, stronger can help our patients realize that the real victory is the win, within. The Win Within: Capturing Your Victorious Spirit is the name of the book I wrote to show people that coming back from adversity is part of our heritage that we as human beings are more adapted to adversity than we are to success. Adversity is the engine of unimagined opportunity. It can unleash our energy and stimulate our will. It moves us to succeed. If I dont have food, I have to go get some. If Im cold, I have to build a shelter. I remind patients who dont participate in sports that they have the heritage of athletes. We all have the genes of pursuit-hunters who survived by running down their prey and running away from their predators. Thats why even now, in 2016, when we go out and take a run, we feel good. We get an endorphin surge and our lipids go down. Our hearts and brains become clear. The life on sport and sport of life are interlinked. Exercise is our birthright; its our legacy; its why we are here. We no longer have to fear saber-toothed tigers or cave bears. Bu when you look today at how people can be successful in 2016, its by avoiding the predators in our urban life: overeating, inactivity, and smoking. Ad its by rising to meet adversity. Adapted from http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/866279. Choose the correct statement according to the text.

Questão
2017Inglês

(ESCOLA NAVAL - 2017) Which is the correct option to complete the sentence? Peter: I saw Jane yesterday. Peter ________________________.

Questão
2017Inglês

(Esc. Naval 2017) Too many third graders cant read this sentence 9 Feb. 2017 Editors Picks Two-thirds of U.S. third graders face challenges that will impact their future, including academic struggles that could lead to dimmer academic and career prospects. Sadly, only one in three U.S. students demonstrates reading proficiency at the end of third grade. This has alarming consequences for these children, and for our country. A report released today from the Business Roundtable (BRT) shed light on this troubling trend in American education, and advises business leaders on how they can help put more children on a path to success. () Ive heard it said that before third grade, students are learning to read, while after third grade, theyre reading to learn. Grade three is a crossroads in a lifes journey. If youve read this far, then you understand why is so important. Not enough of our young learners can say the same. I encourage you to read the BRT report. As you read, please consider ways to help our schools and our teachers keep students on paths to bright futures. Leave your comments below Michael Jonas Really, all I read was blabla wa wa wa. Are you Charlie Browns teacher? If we cant understand our children who are crying out for help and direction, then there is a something wrong with you. Please go back and check yourself! They are worth so much more. Rick Shire Thanks for sharing. With two young children, I increasingly think about the importance of early childhood education. Pre-k care is far too inaccessible, ultimately magnifying from the earliest stages of life. Tom Frank What exactly is education? Academic education doesnt make someone a better person or even a better employee. I would guess that anything we learn in the education process is at the most 10% useful to us as people. Education should teach academia but also life skills such as budgeting, EQ skills, languages etc., all the elements to be a successful person and not necessarily a successful professional. Adapted from http://www.linkedin.com. Decide if the statements below are true (T) or false (F) according to the text. Then choose the option that contains the correct sequence. ( ) Most kids in American schools cannot read well enough at third grade. ( ) The BRT report does not include suggestions on how to improve education. ( ) Michael Jonas posted a positive comment about the matter. ( ) Tom Franks believes schools do not prepare us for life.