Rewind·Posted on Jan 7, 2020If You Fail This Home Economics Test, There's No Way You Can Live On Your OwnOr, as it's often called now, "family and consumer science."by Tessa FaheyBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Which ingredient should you be sure to keep separate from the others while preparing food? Potatoes Correct Incorrect Potatoes Raw chicken Correct Incorrect Raw chicken Lettuce Correct Incorrect Lettuce Tomatoes Correct Incorrect Tomatoes Correct! Wrong! Be sure to keep raw chicken (and other raw meat) separate from other ingredients! This is critical for preventing foodborne illness. What goes on this line when you're writing a check? Getty Images What the check is for Correct Incorrect What the check is for Recipient's name Correct Incorrect Recipient's name Your name Correct Incorrect Your name Your signature Correct Incorrect Your signature Correct! Wrong! That's where you sign the check! Which field of economics deals with the behavior of individuals? Family economics Correct Incorrect Family economics Financial economics Correct Incorrect Financial economics Micro-economics Correct Incorrect Micro-economics Macro-economics Correct Incorrect Macro-economics Correct! Wrong! It's microeconomics! Which of these best represents modern interior design? Answer Image Correct Incorrect Answer Image Correct Incorrect Answer Image Correct Incorrect Image: Via Getty Images Correct Incorrect Via Getty Images Via Getty Images Correct! Wrong! This is a modern living room! Via Getty Images Which of these is NOT key to a wholesome diet? Balance Correct Incorrect Balance Consistency Correct Incorrect Consistency Moderation Correct Incorrect Moderation Variety Correct Incorrect Variety Correct! Wrong! The keys to a wholesome diet are balance, moderation, and variety, not consistency! Which of the following is a seam ripper? Answer Image Correct Incorrect Answer Image Correct Incorrect Answer Image Correct Incorrect Image: Via Getty Images Correct Incorrect Via Getty Images Via Getty Images Correct! Wrong! This is a seam ripper! Via Getty Images How many fluid ounces are in a cup? 8 Correct Incorrect 8 10 Correct Incorrect 10 12 Correct Incorrect 12 16 Correct Incorrect 16 Correct! Wrong! A cup is equal to 8 fluid ounces. There are many ways to sew on buttons like these, but you should always be sure to do what? Getty Images Make an X with the thread Correct Incorrect Make an X with the thread Don't double the thread Correct Incorrect Don't double the thread Wrap around or stitch through the stem Correct Incorrect Wrap around or stitch through the stem Tie a knot with the thread at the beginning Correct Incorrect Tie a knot with the thread at the beginning Correct! Wrong! Be sure to wrap or stitch around the stem! This will give you space underneath the button for the fabric you're fastening it to. Which of these can a 1-year-old typically do? Sit up without help Correct Incorrect Sit up without help Speak in sentences Correct Incorrect Speak in sentences Remember most names Correct Incorrect Remember most names Follow two-step directions Correct Incorrect Follow two-step directions Correct! Wrong! A 1-year-old can usually sit up without help.