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What is the level at which US citizens are urged to take action to fix indoor radon levels?
What percentage of annual radiation exposure to the American public is due to background radiation?
Cite the annual percentage of radiation exposure from indoor radon to the general public:
Cite the most definitive report of scientific data on indoor radon.
In what category of carcinogens is radon be classified?
According to the USEPA how many deaths per year can be attributed to radon-induced lung cancer?
The primary source(s) for the scientific basis of radon risk estimates:
Which type of radiation causes the greatest impact of ionizing radiation to living tissue?
The health effects of radon are based solely on miner studies.
The effects of ionizing radiation only affect the bronchial epithelium and not the DNA structures.
The greatest risk to humans is caused by radon decay products (RDPs)
What is mostly likely to happen when a radon atom is inhaled, especially at low levels of radon exposure.
Which of the following is the greatest risk to humans?
Cite the annual percentage of background radiation exposure from X-rays to the general public:
Approximately what is the average dose of Ionizing Radiation to US citizens due to background radiation?
According to EPA’s A Citizen’s Guide to Radon, nearly _____ out of every 15 homes in the U.S. is estimated to have elevated radon levels.
According to EPA’s A Citizen’s Guide to Radon, if the average of your two short-term test results is 4.1 pCi/L, there is about a _______ chance that your year-round average is somewhat below 4 pCi/L.
According to EPA’s A Citizen’s Guide to Radon, which of the following is not likely to be the source of a radon-in-water problem
The World Health Organization indicates that the vast majority of radon-induced lung cancers are more likely to occur under what conditions?
According to EPA’s A Citizen’s Guide to Radon, which of the following will least impact your chances of getting lung cancer from radon?
A person exposed at 4 pCi/L for 1 year is at the same risk as someone who is exposed at 2 pCi/L for 2 years or 16 pCi/L for 3 months. This is an example of what?
The conversion of radon measurement units from international to U.S. measurement units is 1 pCi/L to 73 Bq/m3.