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Physical Education and Health: Individual and Dual Sports

Is designed to teach students about sports that they can compete against either by themselves or with a partner that will gain knowledge on sports.

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Which Olympic host country was badminton presented as a demonstration sport?

  • Germany

The human __ facilitates fermentation of indigestible carbohydrates to short-chain fatty acids, SCFAs, contributing to weight gain.

  • microbiota

This refers to the low shot close to the net made from back of the badminton court that fails or drops sharply immediately after crossing net.

  • drive
  • drop
  • ace
  • serve

Our muscles use fat and carbohydrates to function.

  • true

The table used for table tennis is __ in shape.

  • rectangular

The net is light in texture and stretched across the center of the table and attached to the outside by __ standards.

  • vertical

This refers to chasing how many points to play when the score becomes tied in 13-all or 14-all.

  • Rally
  • Serve
  • Setting the game
  • Net flight

Badminton was said to be similar to what game?

  • BATTLEDORE

The outermost line is the __ for double games in badminton.

  • service

Q: Whales are reptiles. A: False - mammals In executing forehand strokes, the left foot and left shoulder should approximately towards the table.

  • true

The amount of energy expended while at rest in a neutrally temperate environment, in the post-absorptive state.

  • Basal Metabolic Rate

This refers to the flat shot that is kept as low as possible to have the opponent run from side to side.

  • Net shot
  • Smash
  • Drop shot
  • Drive
  • Overhand stroke

The __ grip is done by gripping the short handle of the racket very closely to the blade, wherein the forefinger is positioned behind the blade for support.

  • handshake

The __ allows extremely wide reach and maximum power with minimum effort.

  • eastern grip

Adults of all ages are advised to spare at least 75 minutes of rigorous exercise every week.

  • true

The average woman weighed ___ pounds in 1994.

  • 140
  • 150
  • 147
  • 157
  • 143

If the player served when the opponent is not ready, it is considered a

  • let

Q: Whales are reptiles. A: False - mammals The International Table Tennis Federation was established in 1936.

  • False - 1926

The __ must be executed with an extended arm and firm wrist.

  • BACKSWING

IDENTIFICATION. Read the question carefully and type the answer in the space provided. The _____ requires a strong wrist to be effective.

  • continental

The amount of oxygen the muscles extract, or consume from the blood.

  • Arteriovenous oxygen

The other term for fat.

  • ADIPOSE TISSUE

The term referring to the activity level use of little or no exercise.

  • sedentary

How many, at the most, are the sets in one match?

  • 5

True or False: Rare latency periods vary from three days to two weeks after ingestion.

  • False

7. The inner line on the player's side of the court.

  • RETURNER

True or False: The net must be made of fine cord of light color and thickness with a mesh of not less than 20mm.

  • False

The broken line in the middle is the

  • net

The stroke used in returning a high shot and in which arm and shoulder are fully extended.

  • overhand stroke
  • service
  • backhand stroke
  • forehand stroke

10. This part separates the two players and is a vital part of the game.

  • net

A tennis ball bouncing near the net.

  • point
  • let
  • short
  • deep

The American College of Sports Medicine recommends a minimum daily calorie intake of 1,200 for men.

  • FALSE

Tennis was used to be played by using the palm of the hand.

  • True
  • False

True or False: Badminton can be played in both singles and doubles.

  • true

An average healthy adult inhales and exhales 7 to 8 liters of air per hour.

  • false
  • .

At a game where both players reach 40 points each, one player must win at least one point over the other to win.

  • False
  • True

Q: Whales are reptiles. A: False - mammals Badminton was first organized in India.

  • TRUE

Q: Whales are reptiles. A: False - mammals A game is started with a toss of a coin.

  • true

__ makes up lean muscle mass.

  • PROTEIN

A hard horizontal stroke of the badminton racket that is straight and close to the net.

  • drive
  • drop
  • ace
  • serve

Q: Whales are reptiles. A: False - mammals Table tennis is also known as pingpong.

  • true

Scoring used in table tennis is called

  • RALLY POINT

What does Paume mean?

  • palm

Where did badminton originate from an old and similar game?

  • England
  • India
  • China
  • Indonesia

The game is won if one of the player gets four points.

  • False
  • True

The oxygen is filtered through small branches of tubes called __.

  • Bronchioles.

9. The outer line on the player's side of the court.

  • OUTSIDE

True or False: Depression is also a contributing factor to increase in weight.

  • true

Matches in table tennis can get up to what number?

  • 7

Players change ends after every even-numbered game.

  • True
  • False

The stroke used in returning the bird from the left side of the body.

  • service
  • backhand stroke
  • forehand stroke
  • overhand stroke

The heart has the ability to decrease in size, slow and eventually fail.

  • true

The Post should be __ meters in height.

  • 1.55

The length of the tennis court is __ feet.

  • 78

In a doubles game, the tennis court is __ feet wide.

  • 36

A volume of blood sent with every beat of the heart.

  • Stroke volume

This refers to the line running parallel to the net.

  • Short Service Line

The least practiced tennis stroke.

  • backhand stroke

The net stands approximately 2.75 feet above the ground, while the net is 2.5 feet and __ inches long.

  • 3

Q: Whales are reptiles. A: False - mammals The ball should bounce first on the server's court after service.

  • true

Color of boundary lines in badminton courts.

  • white or yellow

Reaching 40 points is also called

  • Match point

A serve made by a quick flip of wrist and bird travels in a direct line to the desired spot.

  • Net Flight
  • Drive Serve
  • Long Short Serve
  • Long High Serve

8. The line that divides the player's end of the court horizontally.

  • service line

The height of the net in table tennis, from the playing surface to the floor.

  • 77 cm
  • 75 cm
  • 76 cm
  • 74 cm

Q: Whales are reptiles. A: False - mammals All shots are played with the body at right angle to the net.

  • False - Parallel

Singles serve and receive in the __ service court.

  • tion 10
  • Marked out of 1.00
  • FlaggedFlaggedRemove flag

True or False: The overall dimension of a racket cannot exceed 26 3/4 inches in length, 9 inches in width and 11 inches in head length.

  • false

The __ governs the promotion and development of badminton in the Philippines.

  • bap

When the points reach 40-40, it is called a

  • deuce

A ball bouncing near the end line of the table.

  • deep
  • let
  • short
  • point

Table tennis is also known as __. __ and footwork is needed in playing table tennis.

  • stance

A student of court tennis who introduced the game "Playing Ball"

  • Major Walter Wingfield

Lean muscle tissue requires more calories than other tissues.

  • true

BMR increases as you age.

  • false

An attacking shot made in badminton with all the power and speed one can put into it.

  • smash
  • lob
  • net shot
  • drop shot

The stroke used in returning the bird from right side of the body.

  • service
  • overhand stroke
  • backhand stroke
  • forehand stroke

The cause of this disease-related malnutrition is poor appetite.

  • altered requirements
  • impaired intake
  • impaired digestion
  • excess nutrient loss

Table tennis is also known as __. Stance and footwork is needed in playing table tennis.

  • Ping-pong

BMR decreases with the loss of lean body mass.

  • true

The __ service is always from the right service court to the opponent's right service court.

  • first

Double games are played up to __ points.

  • 21

What move is illustrated in the picture?

  • one-handed backhand
  • forehand
  • two-handed backhand
  • downswing

The most popular grip in tennis.

  • Eastern Forehand GRIP

Winning 3 out of 5 sets is considered a __.

  • MATCH

__ is the basic offensive shot in badminton.

  • smash

The __ is the stroke used to initiate play and used to begin each point in the match.

  • service

The net stands approximately __ feet above the ground, while the net is 2.5 feet and 3 inches long.

  • 2.75

The ball is __ in color.

  • bright yellow

What grip is illustrated in the picture?

  • continental grip
  • western grip
  • eastern grip

The number of feathers fixed in the base of a shuttlecock.

  • 16

2. The line on the outer side of the court.

  • SERVER

True or False: Social networks contribute to weight gain.

  • True

The height of the table from the ground is __ cm.

  • 76

A type of aerobic exercise that is a good choice for people who are greater than 50 pounds overweight as it helps the heart without the mechanical stress on some parts of the body.

  • Cycling

Q: Whales are reptiles. A: False - mammals A drive serve is made by a quick flip of wrist and bird travels in a direct line to the desired spot.

  • true

The length of the table is divided by a line which measures __ in thickness.

  • 3/4

3. The area on one side of the court that measures 39 ft. x 4.5 ft. (175.5 square feet)

  • DOUBLE ALLEY

Q: Whales are reptiles. A: False - mammals The British introduced badminton to our country.

  • False - Victorian England

Match the grip to the picture that illustrates it. Background image for dragging markers ontoContinentalEastern forehandWestern forehandEastern backhandWestern backhandTwo-handed backhand

  • Continental, Eastern forehand, Western forehand

Occasionally move your body forward with a swing as it will direct the flight of the ball.

  • True
  • False

The line nearest to the net is called the __.

  • service

__ are used as defensive stroke to allow the player time to return to the ready position and regroup and to move the opponent as far away from the net as possible.

  • clears

The __ requires a strong wrist to be effective.

  • continental grip

Skipping meals to lose weight improves your BMR.

  • false

The two types of shuttlecocks are the feathered and the __.

  • synthetic

The official court for a game of singles is:

  • 40ft long x 17ft wide
  • 44ft long x 22ft wide
  • 40ft long x 22ft wide
  • 44ft long x 17ft wide

This refers to a good service but unable to hit or touch with the racket.

  • Fault
  • Clear
  • Ace
  • Drive
  • Bird

Q: Whales are reptiles. A: False - mammals In the next game, the loser of the first game serves first.

  • False - winner

True or False: Table tennis has been included as an event in local athletic sport meets.

  • true

The server's score is always first.

  • True
  • False

When the bird touches the top of the net and falls in the proper side of the court, it is called

  • let

The net stands approximately 2.75 feet above the ground, while the net is __ feet and 3 inches long.

  • 2.5

The length of the table is __ cm.

  • 274

Which of the following is not a gentle exercise routine?

  • strength exercises
  • flexibility exercises
  • walking
  • sitting exercises
  • balance exercises

The tennis court for a singles game must be __ feet wide.

  • 27

The base of the shuttlecock must be:

  • 64mm to 70mm
  • 28mm to 30mm
  • 58mm to 68mm
  • 25mm to 28mm

Table tennis is also known as __.

  • ping pong

5. The front left area of the player's side of the court is called

  • ad court left service box

The hands and racket is highly used in taking the racket back for a backhand stroke.

  • a. False

A good __ is delivered by projecting the ball from the free hand and the projection starts from above the playing surface.

  • service

Which of the following is not a symptom of weight loss?

  • lack of sufficient sleep
  • nausea
  • weakness
  • anemia

If the player served when the opponent is not ready, it is considered a __.

  • LET

A defensive stroke where the ball is struck with a downward and forward motion with a short chopping motion.

  • chop stroke
  • top spin serve
  • push shot
  • smash shot
  • drop shot

True or False: The grip should be neither tight nor loose but firm and pliant, loosening as the swing progresses.

  • false

A bird which touches top of the net and falls in the proper side of the court.

  • clear
  • hand-out
  • let
  • fault

The __ is small, celluloid, spherical, white or orange in color, 40mm in diameter and 2.5g in weight.

  • ball

Winning 3 out of 5 sets is considered a

  • Match.
  • QUIZ 4

The grip wherein the forefinger and thumb reach over the shoulders of the blade, with the other fingers spread over the back.

  • Pen hold grip

True or False: Hungary and Czechoslovakia are some of the countries that dominated the table tennis international competitions.

  • True

The __'s power is generating from the speed and velocity of the forward and upward movements of arms, legs and body.

  • Forward swing

The ball is __ from the moment it is projected from the hand in service.

  • in play

Reaching 40 points is also called __.

  • Match point

The long service line for __ is nearer to the net.

  • double

Children are advised to take at least one hour of physical activity a day.

  • True

1. The part of the tennis court that holds the net up.

  • net post

This refers to the single layer of cellular rubber in the paddle located underneath the rubber surface.

  • Sponge

The shot in which the bird follows the net in a short flight.

  • Drop
  • Net flight
  • Setting the Game
  • Fault
  • Rally

If the serving team commits a fault, a __ is served.

  • side-out

Q: Whales are reptiles. A: False - mammals The penhold grip is executed by grasping the racket as if to shake hands with it.

  • FALSE - FOREHAND

The most prestigious tennis tournament is the __ in England.

  • Wimbledon

A rally which is not scored and being replayed.

  • loose return
  • half valley
  • let
  • deep

The net overhang is approximately __ cm.

  • 15.25

Major Walter Wingfield introduced the game __ which the racket game originated from.

  • playing ball

Balls with worn-off fuzz becomes _____ that will eventually affect its flight and the player's control on it.

  • VERY LIGHT

_____ refers to the point won by a server.

  • ace
  • ADVANTAGE

The __ stroke is used in baseline rallies.

  • BACKHAND

The badminton court is longer for a doubles game.

  • True
  • False

Q: Whales are reptiles. A: False - mammals The server serves the table tennis ball with open palm.

  • TRUE

Which of the following describes the net of a tennis table?

  • rough in texture, stretched across the table and attached to the outside by vertical standards
  • light in texture and attached to the inside by vertical standards
  • light in texture, stretched across the center of the table and attached to the outside by vertical standards
  • rough in texture, stretched across the center of the table and attached to the inside by vertical standards

Two points in tennis is equal to __ points.

  • 30

Feet are turned __ in preparation for a backhand stroke.

  • sideways

The __ state means that the digestive system is inactive which requires twelve hours of fasting.

  • post-absorptive

Q: Whales are reptiles. A: False - mammals A tennis match shall consist of the best of five games.

  • False - three

__ shuttles are used for recreational badminton games.

  • synthetic

The measurement of the playing table of table tennis.

  • 2.76 m x 1.54 cm
  • 2.77 m x 1.52 cm
  • 2.75 m x 1.54 cm
  • 2.74 m x 1.52 cm

The ball is not in play anymore if it has been struck by either play at least once.

  • True
  • False

The width of a badminton playing court is __ feet.

  • 3

Which of the following is not considered a fault?

  • If in play, shuttle lands nearly on boundary lines and fails to go past the net or touches the ceiling or walls
  • If a player misbehaves or repeated misconduct during the game
  • If server misses the shuttlecock
  • If service is not correct

Unintentional weight loss occuring because of an inadequately nutritious diet relative to a person's energy needs.

  • Malnutrition

True or False: Correct gripping is the most vital factor in badminton and winning matches.

  • True
  • service
  • Select one:
  • 40ft long x 22ft wide
  • 40ft long x 17ft wide
  • 44ft long x 22ft wide
  • 44ft long x 17ft wide

Question 6

  • 7

When the points reach 40-40, it is called a __.

  • Deuce

One of the simplest aerobic exercises in which your intensity varies to match your fitness level.

  • WALKING

How many points must a player get to win a badminton game?

  • 21 points

This term refers to loss of service.

  • hand-out

In a doubles game of tennis, all players may have the chance to serve the ball.

  • True
  • False

The length of the tennis court is

  • 78
  • feet.

The __ shot is used rarely but effectively. It is a vicious forward and downward swing.

  • smash

A score that means zero.

  • Love

Aerobic exercises become anaerobic exercises if performed at a level of intensity that is lower.

  • false

The receiver must return the serve on its __ bounce to the server's court.

  • first

The ball resting on the palm of the free hand is tossed upwards around six or more inches in height, letting it bounce on the table side of the server before passing by the net and bounce in the receiver's side of the table.

  • chop stroke
  • drop shot
  • smash shot
  • top spin serve
  • push shot

The most prestigious tennis tournament is the

  • Wimbledon
  • in England.

Total energy expenditure is computed by adding 100% of the calories for __ activity.

  • bee

True or False: Weight gain is associated with excessive consumption of fats, sugars and refined carbohydrates.

  • true

__ refers to the move of hitting the ball in a high arc.

  • lob

In the __ technique, eastern forehand grip is used for the left hand (for right-handed players) and continental grip for right hand (if the player is left-handed).

  • Two-handed backhand

Players alternate in serving the ball every other game.

  • True
  • False

These are shots struck on the side away from the racket (left side for the right-handed and right side for the left-handed).

  • Overhand stroke
  • Forehand stroke
  • Backhand stroke
  • Drop shot

How many games are there in one set?

  • 6

The racket should be __ inches in width.

  • 9

A student of court tennis who introduced the game "Playing Ball" __.

  • Major Walter Wingfield

6. The front right area of the player's side of the court is called

  • deuce court left service box

True or False: All medications can potentially cause weight gain or loss.

  • false

If the player's freehand touches the playing surface while in play, the point is awarded to the

  • OPPONENT

BMR increases if there is an increase in muscle mass.

  • true

A push that is too high and a loop drive with insufficient spin.

  • loose return
  • let
  • half volley
  • deep

IDENTIFICATION. Read the question carefully and type the answer in the space provided. Unintentional weight loss occurring because of an inadequately nutritious diet relative to a person's energy needs.

  • Malnutrition

Q: Whales are reptiles. A: False - mammals The linesman announces the score of the players.

  • False - Umpire

Which of the following statements is not true?

  • The length of the table is divided by a line 3/4 in thickness, used for service in the double games.
  • There are several ways to hold the racket, depending on the most comfortable manner for the players.
  • The drop shot is used for a sudden short return of the ball which just drops over the net.
  • A good stance in serving the ball is that the shoulder of the non-racket hand is parallel to the net in the backhand position.

True or False: Table tennis originated on December 1890.

  • False

Full extension of the arm and racket will minimize the line of the shot in a backhand stroke.

  • False
  • True

Hard exercise/sports for 6 to 7 days a week is a _____ activity level.

  • EXTRA ACTIVE

The Premier International Men's Team __ was established in 1948.

  • Thomas Cup

This is calculated from age, gender, weight, height and the activity factor. TOTAL ENERGY EXPENDITURE

  • TOTAL ENERGY EXPENDITUR

An entire play from service until ball is dead.

  • volley
  • rally
  • score
  • point

True or False: Table tennis can only be played indoors.

  • false

True or False: The net should be 720mm in depth and at least 6.1m wide.

  • false

In table tennis, both players change ends once one reaches 15 points.

  • True
  • False

In a doubles game, the players must maintain their __ positions.

  • parallel

The tennis tournament in the USA is called the __.

  • United States Open Tennis Championships
  • True or False: A 35000 calorie excess or deficit for a person meeting his assumptions, would lead to the gain or loss, respectively of one pound of body weight.
  • Answer:
  • false

True or False: Intentional weight loss is the loss of total body mass as a result of efforts to improve fitness and health or to change appearance through slimming.

  • true

The first player to reach __ points wins a game.

  • 21

The variable length of feathers:

  • 65mm to 75mm
  • 58mm to 68mm
  • 64mm to 70 mm
  • 25mm to 28mm

Q: Whales are reptiles. A: False - mammals Change of service takes place after every 3 points throughout the game.

  • true

IBF is the __.

  • judge

The difference in width of the playing court for singles and doubles is approximately __ feet.

  • 1.25

Q: Whales are reptiles. A: False - mammals A single game is played by two players in each court.

  • False - one

Q: Whales are reptiles. A: False - mammals A player is allowed to touch the table while playing.

  • false - not allowed

An illegal action in tennis wherein the player hits the ball before it bounces.

  • score
  • rally
  • point
  • volley

Q: Whales are reptiles. A: False - mammals An outer bird is light in weight and is a sphere of cork covered with white hide.

  • False - shuttlecock

The net is __ in texture and stretched across the center of the table and attached to the outside by vertical standards.

  • light

IDENTIFICATION. Read the question carefully and type what is being asked in the space provided.

  • BREATHING.

To put the bird in play.

  • drop
  • ace
  • drive
  • serve

At the event of a forehand stroke, the racket head must be at __ to point opposite the right hip.

  • hip level

The post supporting the net is __ meters in height.

  • 5

A player won 2 out of 3 sets in table tennis.

  • match
  • set
  • let
  • point

The ball is hit on a __ in a western grip stroke.

  • low

Q: Whales are reptiles. A: False - mammals A game of badminton is won by the player who first scores 21 points.

  • True

In doubles, the receiving side may change depending on the serving team's score.

  • True
  • False

A good serve that the opponent is unable to hit or touch with his badminton racket.

  • drop
  • ace
  • drive
  • serve

You must net at or below your BMR in terms of caloric intake.

  • FALSE

Q: Whales are reptiles. A: False - mammals The table tennis ball is made of celluloid and is white in color.

  • true

Correct __ and footwork is needed in playing table tennis.

  • stance

In India, Badminton was known as

  • Poona

Bone loss increases as part of the natural ageing process.

  • true

Another name for a shuttlecock.

  • bird

The term __ refers to the act of striking the ball with the racket.

  • STROKE

The disease-related malnutrition which is caused by changes to metabolic demands caused by illness, surgery and organ dysfunction.

  • impaired digestion
  • impaired intake
  • altered requirements
  • excess nutrient loss

Any stroke made on the side of the body opposite the racket side.

  • Clear
  • Drive
  • Forehand
  • Match
  • Backhand

4. The line separating the front area of the player.

  • center service line

A player scores 21 points in a game of table tennis.

  • set
  • deuce
  • match
  • let

Which of the following is not a part of a racket?

  • frame
  • face
  • handle
  • stringed area
  • head
  • throat

True or False: The ball used in table tennis is fragile but quite hard to break.

  • true

For the forehand stroke, the player may choose to reach for the incoming ball.

  • True
  • False
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