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Predict the outcome using an If...Then statement
Compare the hypothesis to the experiment. What did you learn?
Develop a procedure to test the hypothesis.
Causes a change in the experiment.
The #1 rule.
When you analyze your data, be sure to include it in a ...
A person who observes, conducts, predicts, and records is called a...
The Romans admired and studied ______________ ideas.
The language of the Romans was _____________.
____________ carried water from the hills into the cities.
The ________________ was the father of the family and had complete control over family members.
When __________ overthew the emperor it marked the end of the Western Roman Empire.
Every home had an ____________ where families carried out rituals.
True or False? Romans used arches, domes, and columns as features on their buildings.
Which of the following is NOT a reason Rome fell?
Who tried many reforms to save Rome, but ultimately failed?
Who moved the Roman capital to Constantinople?
This Visigoth leader captured Rome.
_______ is when prices rapidly increase due to money losing its value.
This gladiator led a rebellion in 73 BC
How did Roman statues differ from Greek statues
What happened when Roman coins lost value in the A.D. 200s?
Rome finally fell when ___________ groups of people invaded from northern Europe.
While part of Rome fell, ____________ Rome thrived and became the Byzantine Empire.
As time passed, the Byzantine Empire became
Constantinople was successful as a capitol largely because of its
Why did Emperor Justinian reform the legal codes?
When a wave enters a new medium it changes speed and bends causing the wave to bend, this is called what?
What is interference? List two examples
Longitudinal waves are like _______________, where as transverse waves are like ___________,
Transerve waves are move in what angle?
What is energy?
Mechanical waves require what to travel through?
What waves combine transverse and longitudinal waves so that particles in the wave in a circular motion?
____________ are points on a standing wave with an amplitude of zero; _______________ are points on a standing wave with the greatest amplitude.
What is diffraction?
In a longitudinal wave __________ are areas close together and _________ are areas far apart.
What type of inference when combined has a greater amplitude than the energy of each of the two waves?
When the speed of a wave increases and the frequency remains the same it's wavelength?
The more ___________ the greater a waves amplitude.
The movement of mechanical waves is how
What is a destructive interference?
What is resonance?
What is interference?
The speed of a wave it its wavelength multiplied by its
What are longitudinal waves?
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The ratio of the magnitude of the resistance and effort forces applied to a system.
A continuous band of tough flexible material used to transmit motion and power within a pulley system.
A series of usually metal links or rings connected to or fitted into one another and used to transmit motion and power within a sprocket system.
The external force applied to an object
The ratio of useful energy output to the total energy input, or the percentage of work input that is converted to work output.
The resistance that one surface or object encounters when moving over another.
A circular toothed objected used to transfer rotary motion and torque through interlocking teeth.
Ratio of distance traveled by the applied force and resistance force within an system.
A gear positioned between the driver and the driven gear used to change rotational direction.
The structure of or the relationship of the parts in a machine or in a construction or process comparable to the machine.
The turning effect of a force about a point, equal to the magnitude of the force times the perpendicular distance from the point to the line of action from a force.
The distance between adjacent threads in a screw
Impeding effect exerted by one material object on another.
An inclined plane wrapped around a cylinder, forming the path and pitch.
A toothed wheel whose teeth engage in the links of a chain.
A condition where there is no net external forces acting upon a particle or rigid body and the body remains at rest or continues at a constant velocity.
A force that produces or tends to produce rotation or torsion.
A profession for which one trains and is undertaken as a long term vocation.
A substance that tapers to a thin edge and is used for splitting, raising heavy bodies, or tightening by being driven into something.
__________ can best be defined as the state of the atmosphere- temperature, precipitation, wind, cloudiness, pressure, and more.
The equator is the only latitudinal line that affects climate?
Which of the following would a physical geographer be most likely to study?
Natural resources—
A ____________ focuses on the geography of the area and will often have shaded relief to show the mountains and valleys.
Geography is best defined as
The latitudinal zone that experiences cold weather year round is
The latitudinal zone that experiences warm weather year round is
The latitudinal zone that experiences temperate weather throughout the year is
A __________ map shows the governmental boundaries of states and countries
Which of the following would a human geographer most likely to study?
The ability of regions located closer to the equator to conduct agriculture demonstrates the—
Another name for the protein coat surrounding a virus is a capsid
One treatment for virally caused disease is the prescription of antibiotics.
Some viruses have legs which help them attach to a host cell during a lytic infection.
An antibiotic is a preparation of weakened or killed viral proteins.
A lysogenic infection occurs when a virus enters a cell, makes copies, then causes the host cell to burst.
Viruses cause infection by
During a lytic infection, the host cell is
The outer protein coat of a virus is called a
Unlike lytic viruses, lysogenic viruses do not
Bacteriophages infect
All viruses are made of proteins and
A viral capsid functions to
The instructions for making new copies of a virus are
What is the structure of a virus?
A lytic infection concludes with
Words, alphabetical text, or numbers NOT used in math
Arrange data in Alphabetical or Chronological/Numerical Order
Maximum value of range of cells
Counts the Number of cells in a range
Totals a range of cells
Math equation/statement that performs a calculation

 

 

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