Some ideas and clarifications...
4 cannot be d). The Jakarta Declaration does NOT replace the strategies of the Ottawa Charter, it reaffirms them.
5 is undoubtedly creating a supportive environment (a). We have that very example in our textbook under that heading..
(Lucky I guess!)
as for 6, I immediately crossed out a) and d), because osteoporosis is more common in women because of biological factors (menopause etc), and diabetes is fairly prevalent in younger people which isn't indicated on the graph.
It could be either b) or c), but I'm fairly certain its Heart disease.
9 is debatable, but d) appears to be the most logical answer, simply because most elicit drugs are expensive, and this would clearly make them more accessible to the socioeconomically advantaged...
10 well noone here seems to agree with me, but I chose a). I knew females aged 18-24 were most at risk, but other than that the question had me stumped altogether, can anyone shed some light?
19 is certainly B), because the more physically demanding or "simple" the skill is, the greater the level or arousal must be. Since shooting in archery reguires finesse and use of fine motor skills, arousal levels do not need to be meteoric, as opposed to squats in weight lifting
20 I had c), but I'm not sure looking at it again. The curve itself implies that initially the performer had some trouble with the skill (caused by anxiety), but eventually he experienced rapid improvements in his performance(as he overcame it). I just assumed that its natural to overcome anxiety as the performance continues..
Its definetley not b) but thats all I can say for sure.