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# As a bone is pulled farther away from the film, what happens

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As a bone is pulled farther away from the film, what happens to the image?
A. It gets sharper on the resulting radiograph
B. Nothing changes in the image because the x-rays still penetrate
C. It gets larger on the resulting radiograph
D. It gets smaller on the resulting radiograph

Which of these materials will allow the greatest amount of x-rays to be absorbed?
A. Muscle
B. Air
C. Fat
D. Bone

According to the inverse square law, if you double the subject's distance from the x-ray tube, the x-ray exposure is
A. Cut to one quarter
B. Cut to one half
C. Increased by one quarter
D. Increased by one half

A special film must be used with an intensifying screen using rare-earth phosphors because
A. The light conversion is significantly less than that of calcium tungstate
B. The crystals emit light in the green spectrum, which silver halide film won't absorb
C. The crystals emit light in the ultraviolet spectrum, which silver halide film won't absorb
D. The light conversion is one-fourth as great as with calcium tungstate

To be sure a safelight stays safe, the light should be no closer than
A. One foot from the countertop
B. Three feet from the countertop
C. Four feet from the countertop
D. Distance doesn't matter because it's safe

When radio graphing a large dog using a grid, the radiograph comes out with poor density and white lines in some areas. You check your settings, and they're all correct. What could be the cause?
A. The beam was misaligned with the grid's focus
B. The patient moved
C. The rotating anode failed to rotate
D. The film wasn't developed properly

A radiograph that was developed with exhausted developer solution would look too
A. Dark
B. Green
C. Yellow
D. Light

What is the best way to remove hair and dust from an intensifying screen?
A. Submerge the cassette in a solution of approved screen cleaner and water
B. Dampen a gauze pad with cleaning solution and carefully wipe the surface
C. Use a sponge with household cleanser
D. Use a vacuum cleaner with upholstery brush

Which of the following types of film is made using larger crystals and requires less exposure by x-rays or fluorescent light from intensifying screens?
A. Par film
B. Fast film
C. Medium film
D. Slow film
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