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What kills all plants regardless of species?
Why is soil compaction a problem in the landscape?
A safer, less expensive, and widely adaptable lighting is made possible with _____.
What is the primary function of the leaf?
hate
lucky charm
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
payment for work done
fake; false
calm; peaceful
give voting rights
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The ability to do work is called
The measure of how fast an object moves is called
When something changes its postion we call that
Mechanical energy is
Chemical energy is
Potential energy is
Kinetic energy is
Electrical energy is
An example of potential energy is
An example of kinetic energy is
Motion is
A force is
Inertia is
Getting a lot of work done with only a little energy is called
An example of mechanical energy is
An example of chemical energy is
An example of potential energy is
When two objects rub against each other it is called
This man wrote the rule about the laws of motion
What causes an item going in one direction to change directions?
STD's can be passed from person to person through
If left untreated, all STD's
Which is not a high-risk behavior?
Treatment of an STD
Getting a diagnoses and treatment is
During the course of HIV/AIDS, the infected person
It is difficult for antibodies to fight AIDS because
What is one reason STD's often go untreated
Which STD is sometimes difficult to cure because of drug-resistant strains
Which behavior is most likely to prevent the risk of STD's?
What is the greatest common factor of: 2x and 10?
What is the greatest common factor of: 3x^2 and 9
What is the greatest common factor of: 4x^2 and -12x ?
Factor: 5x^2 +10
Factor: 7x +14
Factor: 24x + 30
What is the greatest common factor of: 18 and 12 and 24?
Factor: 2x^2 + 6x - 18
Factor: 20a^3 + 10a
Factor: 6b^2 - 42b
Appropriate unit of measure of a paperclip
1/2 yd is how many feet
distance to austrilla
how many quarts does 3 gallons
height of 7-year-old
a hair ribbon
package of meat
bottle juice
how many feet is 28 in.
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TCP/IP is known as-
What is XML
What is an Intranet?
What is a Favicon?
What is an IP Address?
What is Validating a website?
What does Encoding accomplish?
What does a Proxy server do?
what is a GIF?
What is a PDF?
HIV can spread through
An example of a viral STD is
Which of the following STD's stays in the body after symptoms are treated?
The best method for preventing STD's is
Compared to adults, teens are less likely to
The first symptoms of HIV infection include
Which of the following statements in NOT true?
HIV is transmitted through what three bodily fluids
HIV is transmitted through what three ways
HIV spreads through
WPAN
WPA uses what type of security?
FireWire
Which of these is a preventative maintenance activity?
This type of battery must be fully discharged every so often.
What will the warranty tell me?
Where in Windows do I find amount of RAM?
Which of these is advantage of solid state drive for laptops?
I can only see the my screen from the side...
Which preventative maintenance task will speed up my computer?
Which word is a synonym for sleepy or tired?
Which vocabulary word means to dig a hole into or under something?
Which vocabulary word means a road or way that leads to a place?
Which word means the opposite of constructive?
Which vocabulary word means to stop or bring to an end?
Which vocabualry word means to come closer to?
An antonym for cease is:
Which vocabulary word means causing harm or damage?
An antonym for drowsy is
Which Vocabulary word means "a hole or tunnel dug by an animal"?
Which tribe was the first to sign a removal treaty
Which President enacted the Removal Act?
What treaty forced the Cherokee removal?
What was the name of the conflict between the U.S. and the Seminole?
What state heard the Cherokee supreme court case?
Which tribe is not a civilized tribe?
About how many Natives had Jackson moved west by 1837?
Which tribe was predominately located in Florida?
What present day name of the state the tribes were moved to?
Which tribe was successful legally against the U.S. but not physically?
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What kind of disease might you get if you let food stand too long at a warm temperature?
Why is it important to make healthy decisions as a teenager?
What is one possible negative effect of a lifetime of sun exposure?
Which of the following lifestyle choices would most likely lower your risk of developing cardiovascular problems?
Which is an example of a disease caused by a protist?
Which is an example of a bacterial disease?
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George is married to Sidney and Alexis. He then marries Tracey. The last marriage is considered illegal on what grounds?
When Susan and Tom divorce, their child would like to live with his father. This is a factor when considering what?
After Tammy and George are married for a few years, Tammy finds out that George was never legally divorced from his first wife. Tammy can now file for an annulment on what grounds?
While married, Kenny is checked into a substance abuse center. Sharon can file for divorce from Kenny based on what grounds?
Terry gets to spend an equal amount of time with his mom and his dad after they divorce. Terry’s parents have what?
Linda decides to divorce Eric. The judge decides that Eric will pay Linda monthly for support. Which type of settlement is this?
While married, Ron has an affair with a coworker. Sara can file for divorce on what grounds?
Betty and John want to have a ceremonial marriage, who can marry them?
After a court order, Rita has been sentenced to a substance abuse center. On what grounds can Kevin file for divorce from Rita?
After Tammy and George are married for a few years, Tammy finds out that George was still married to his first wife.
What is a habitat?
The way that an organism makes its living within the habitat is its:
A species of clownfish lives among the sea anemones. The clownfish protects the sea anemone from anemone eating fish, while the anemone uses stinging tentacles to protect the fish. The relationship is :
Food water and shelter are provided by an organism's :
A polar bear is adapted to living in a cold environment because it has _____
The physical and behavioral characteristics of an organism that allow it to survive in its habitat are known as:
Barnacles attach to whales and filter food from the water as the whale swims along. The host whale is not affected by the barnacle. What type of relationship exists?
Hyenas cannot hunt larger animals for food. They spend mostly on dead bodies of animals left behind by lions. Which term best describes the relationship between hyenas and lions?
All of the organisms that live together in an area make up :
In which environment would most animals be nocturnal so they can keep cool
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All of the following are ways Britain prepared for war except: (#1)
One of the new technologies used by the British during the Battle of Britain was _________.
The Nazis made Jews wear _________ on their clothing. (#2)
British Prime Minister responsible for appeasement. (#6)
First African American to receive the Navy Cross: (#7)
Hitlers war steps were: (#8)
Britain prepared for war by: (#1)
Half of the dead at Pearl harbor are buried in: (#3)
During WWII the US sold goods to Great Britain and Great Britain had to transport them. (#4)
The main target at Pearl Harbor was: (#5)
When the USSR imposed a blockade the other Allies were forced to use ______________ to get supplies to West Berlin. (#9)
Because the Navajo language was only spoken and not written. (10)
Jewish bodies were disposed of by: (11)
How did the military in Japan gain control of the government before WWII?
Media impacted the Vietnam War in all of the following ways except: (12)
Money the losing country gives the winning country for war damages. (13)
What was the purpose of the Jewish ghettos? (17)
What country collected all the family run farms and factories and combined them, making them government run and operated? (18)
Paying a small portion and using credit to for the remainder. (14)
The intense dislike for and prejudice against Jewish people. (16)
A Raisin in the Sun is about the Youngers, an extended family living in a run downtwo-bedroom apartment...
A Raisin in the Sun is about the Youngers, the family includes:
Walter makes his living as a...
The amount of the insurance money coming is...
What literary device is reflected by the following passage: You still think you can patch up the world. Cure the Great Sore of Colonialism—with the Penicillin of Independence?
The use of identical or equivalent syntactic constructions in corresponding clauses or phrases for rhetorical effect (e.g., I went to the store, to the bank, and to the house.) is...
An abrupt, forceful utterance is...
Think about the role of money in the play. How does it affect Lena?
The character in the play who personalified the idea of assimilationism...
A reference to something literary, mythological, or historical that the author assumes the reader will recognize.
When the __________ conquered people, they generally allowed them to keep their own religious beliefs and customs
At the beginning of the first century AD, a new religion appeared in Judea called ___________________________
The Jews were waiting for the ___________ which means God's Chosen One.
Divided into two parts, Old and New Testaments, the __________ is the holy book of Christianity.
Christian's refer to Jesus' rise from the dead as the
The __________ were 12 men whom Jesus chose to receive special training.
__________ of Tarses traveled throughout the Roman world spreading Christian teachings.
People who die for their religious beliefs are called __________
_______________ means punishing a group because of its beliefs.
Between 58 and 50 BC Julius Cesar conquered nearly all of
Romans called the capital of the eastern empire
Which group of people came from central Asia to the Indus Valley after it had been abandoned
The Yellow River flows through northern China. It is also known as the
Who was Laozi?
The ancient Jews probably were the first people to
Why did the Ashkenazim and Sephardim develop different rituals and cultures?
In what way were the Mycenaeans different than the Minoans?
The temple built to honor the goddess Athena
The many achievements of Ancient Greece were important because
Tribunes had the ability to veto actions by other officials. This means the tribunes
Which statement is most likely to be true of the number of stars in the universe?
Which of these instruments would be used to get a clearer view of distant objects in the sky?
Which of the following statements is true about most inventions?
Gravity is a force that
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What is FPOM?
what is CPOM?
Where is the Riparian Zone
Which one is NOT a functional feeding group
How do crayfish help engineer an ecosystem
What is a source of Primary production for a forest stream?
Shredders, gatherers, and filter feedersare examples of....
Photosyntheic organisms are only found on land
What is the benthic level
Other than changing CPOM to FPOM, how does a crawfish help engineer an ecosystem
Which cells have walls?
I fill up the cell and all the organelles are suspended in me....
Which organelle is the "waste manager" of the cell?
Jacobi is very tired and thirsty, the blood cells in her body if she becomes dehydrated will look...
If Jacobi's blood cells are in an isotonic solution her cells will look....
The process by which water moves from a level of high concentration, to low concentration is called
Programed cell death is called...
Wich is not an organelle of a plant cell?
Which is the appropriate order?
What is the smallest unit of life?
Most of the living species known to science
A mass extinction is
Emphasizing the preservation of entire ecosystems will
The term biodiversity refers to
Human population growth accelerated in recent centuries mostly because of
Which of the following uses of wood is the most important for basic human needs?
Which of the following resources is likely to be impacted the most by a rapidly growing population?
Which of the following is an example of coevolution?
Ants and Acacia trees have a mutualistic relationship because
The growth rate of a population fo geese will probably increase within a year if
The time needed for a wave to make one complete cycle is its
A child swings back and forth on a playground swing. If the length of the swing is shortened, the time it takes for the child to go back and forth
The time for a complete to and fro swing of a pendulum is its frequency.
The Hertz is a
Which of the following is NOT a transverse wave?
When two or more waves are at the same place at the same time, the resulting effect is called
Where can you touch a standing wave on a rope without disturbing the wave?
Suppose a bug is jiggling up and down and moving towards you at the same time. Compared to the frequency at which the bug is emitting waves, the frequency of the waves reaching you
If you double the frequency of a vibrating object, its period
Waves transfer _______, not __________.
How many members are in the House of Representatives?
How many members are in the Senate?
How many years are in a term for a Senator?
Which of the following serve the people of the state as a whole
How many years do Members of the House of Representatives serve in each term?
What kind of Congress do we have?
What is the main job of Congress?
How old do you have to be to serve in the Senate?
How old do you have to be to be in the House of Representaives
What is the name of the branch that makes up the Senate and The House of Representatives
A synonym for yeild is
A synonym for boring is
A synonym for nourish is
A synonym for vision
A synonym for foliage is
A synonym for gash is
A synonym for hue is
A synonym for blend is
A antonym for boredom is
A antonym for artificial is
Which organ system protects organs allow for movement, provides structure, manufactures red blood cells, and stores minerals?
Which major organ is responsible for flow of blood through arteries, capillaries, and veins?
Which word pair shows a similar relationship to the one in the diagram? LUNG: GAS: EXCHANGE
What do the kidneys and the lungs work together to do?
How is the radiant energy from the sun transferred to chemical energy?
Which organ does the most work to regulate the amount of water in the human body?
How are the respiratory and circulatory systems related?
Someone who is frightened may feel lightheaded and his hands and feet may feel cold
Which pair of words is most like this one ? lung: respiration
Cells are the smallest living parts of an organism. Animal cells are
A migratory animal is one that
"We'll be late for school," Pia observed. In this sentence, observed means
What is a price reduction?
To observe Thanksgiving Day is to
The manager plans to reduce his staff. He plans to
A business venture always involves
Which word is the closest meaning to severe?
Where might a town be nestled?
To prepare for a party is to
To burrow through a stack of magazines is to
Which of the following deals with row crop agriculture
Which of the following is a common houseplants that propogates by "shoots" which grow off of the main plant
Which of the following plant tissues is a single cell layer thick and important for protecting the plant
The parenchma tissue of a plant the fleshy component responsible for:
The collenchma and sclerenchyma work together to:
Common perrenial ground cover used in foundation beds
The basic unit of growth in a plant (or any other complex life form) is:
Which of the following is present in a plant cell but NOT an animal cell
Which of the following a a by-product of photosynthesis
Which of the following terms describes the process of plant constantly pulling water from the roots and out through the leaves
Which of these diagrams show how energy is transferred in a battery-powered toy car?
Which of the following refracts light?
We hear sounds because of--
A stop sign looks red because
What happens to energy in a simple electric circuit?
Matter can change into different states. When water freezes, a-
A magnet is most likely to attract--
Which of the following reflects light?
What would happen to a light bulb if you cut a wire in a closed circuit?
Which of the following will be able to complete a circuit?
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Which of these actions is evidence of the body's ability to maintain homeostasis?
Which of these is typically an effect of sweating?
In which of these situations would the body most likely need to increase blood pressure and why?
A student is waiting for the bus outside on a cold day. She is considering ways of keeping warm while she waits. Which of these actions would be most similar to shivering in terms of how heat is generated?
Which of the following best describes why, when compared to other cells, muscle cells contain a large number of mitochondria?
Cardiac muscle is found only in the
The specialized cells of the nervous system that are able to relay information all over the body because of their extensive connections are called ____________.
Hormones are released into which body system?
Which situation would NOT help the body regain homeostasis?
Which structure of the urinary system may change in size over the course of a day?
A previously healthy person has to have a kidney removed due to an infection. This will cause
The organ responsible for filtering out wastes and excess water from the body is the
Smoking during pregnancy can cause damage to the placenta. How might smoking during pregnancy harm a developing fetus?
Fertilization is the fusion of
The completion of gestation is marked by
What is one benefit of parental care?
The largest organ in the human body is part of the
Which parts of the integumentary system share a common function?
Which part of the integumentary system is correctly paired with its function?
Red and white blood cells are most likely to be found in:
Gas exchange occurs in the respiratory system in which of the following structures?
The respiratory system has evolved for the efficient intake of ___ and expulsion of ___
What substance attaches to hemoglobin in the lungs and is used by mitochondria in cells?
Which of the following lists includes a structure that is not part of the skeletal system?
Which statement accurately compares or contrasts tendons and ligaments?
Maria gained unauthorized online access to the Federal Reserve Banking System with the intention of disrupting the transferability of funds to local banks. What cybercrime did Maria commit?
Lisa gained unauthorized access to Netflix.com and rewrote the code for the purpose of disrupting the operation of the website. What cybercrime did Lisa commit?
Joe applied for and received a trademark for the domain name for www.StarWars10.com. Joe has no intention of using the website, but hopes to sell it to Disney if a new film is created. What Act prevents Joe from trademarking this domain name with the
Patrick gained unauthorized access to servers at a local car dealership and shut down the network to stop all sales for the day. What cybercrime did Patrick commit?
Brenda sets up a fake website in a famous persons name and receives donations for a charitable organization on their behalf. What cybercrime did Brenda commit?
David posted an embarrassing photo of Sally on a social media website. What cybertort did David commit?
Frank sent an email to all his co-workers falsely accusing his boss of sexual harrassment. What cybertort did Frank commit?
Henry sent an email to his boss falsely accusing a co-worker of stealing office supplies. What cybertort did Henry commit?
John creates a fake account in his neighbors name to purchase items online. What cybercrime did John commit?
Steve sold naked photos of Susie, without her permission, to a friend in a different state. What Act did Steve violate?
Jack hacked into Ryan's email account. He is demanding money or he will share embarrassing information. What cybercrime did Jack commit?
Beverly gained access into Wendy's computer and is threatening to publish embarrassing photos if she refuses to pay her money. What cybercrime did Beverly commit?
Tim launched a virus attack against all teacher accounts at the school. What cybercrime did he commit?
Fish use their gills to get _____ from the water.
Which type of aquatic ecosystem is formed from the calcium carbonate shell secreted by animals?
Animals with gills live ________
Which feature is needed in order for a pond animal to obtain oxygen from the water?
The part of the ocean where the water is too deep for sunlight to penetrate to the bottom is called the _____zone.
In an ocean ecosystem, the greatest diversity of organisms is found:
Which of the following would be found at the bottom of an aquatic food chain
Aquatic ecosystems are classified based on the salinity of the water. These two ecosystems are:
Which aquatic biome consists of a mix of fresh water and salt water?
What marine ecosystem is built by tiny animals called polyps?
How are the four DNA bases typically abbreviated?
Which of the following is NOT a component of DNA?
nvestigators collect forensic evidence to determine if a crime has been committed. DNA fingerprinting is used to
Which of the following best describes the structure of a typical molecule of DNA?
Who were the co-discoverers of the double helix structures of DNA (with help from Rosalind Franklin)?
If one side of a DNA molecule has the nucleotides T, A, C, and G, what are the complementary nucleotides on the opposite side?
What is the genetic material that passes information from one generation to the next?
Some people fear that genetic engineering may lead to
Which statement best explains why people suffering from hemophilia A can benefit from genetic engineering?
A scientist that studies a person's genetic makeup is called a
Which of the following conditions is least likely to be improved through genetic engineering?
Most of what we know today about ____ is based on Mendel's research.
An autosomal dominant disorder requires ____ in order to affect an individual.
Which is true regarding all X-linked disorders?
What are the chances of a father passing a Y-linked disorder to his son?
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How many parents contribute genes to an offspring during asexual reproduction?
Trisomy on chromosome 21 results in
Which term best describes the purpose of a Punnett square?
Which of the following is the best example of codominance?
If a cow contains two codominant alleles—one for white hide color and one for red hide color—what would the cow's hide probably look like?
If a person has a dominant allele for brown eyes and a recessive allele for blue eyes, which statement is correct?
Which statement is correct regarding a person who expresses a recessive trait?
An organism's phenotype is best described as its
A red parent flower and a white parent flower produced a pink offspring flower. This is most likely an example of
A student studying inheritance patterns drew a monohybrid cross showing each parent with the Ww genotype. What are the chances that the offspring will be homozygous?
What is a likely cause of antibiotic resistance?
Why do poorer countries have a higher level of infectious diseases?
Which of the following diseases is cause by a virus?
What is a common way in which viral diseases are transmitted?
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During which era did the supercontinent Pangaea began to break up?
The current geologic period is called the ____.
What event may have triggered the great Paleozoic (Permain) extinction?
What happened to all the continents by the end of the Permain Period?
Mammals became dominant only after ____.
One group of reptiles, characterized by the fossil Archaeopteryx, led to the evolution of ____
In the early Paleozoic, life was only found in/on the ____.
Why did amphibians diversify so rapidly during the late Paleozoic?
Which period is known as the “age of fishes”?
Which of the following was NOT one of the changes in development and specialization that primitive mammals underwent?
Which period makes up nearly all of the Cenozoic Era?
During the Pennsylvanian period, large tropical swamps extended across North America, eventually forming ____.
The most common Precambrian fossils (which also produced LOTS of oxygen!) are layered mounds of calcium carbonate called ____.
Which era is after the Precambrian?
What is NOT evidence that links dinosaurs to modern birds?
Why did many plants die at the end of the Mesozoic?
The first truly large organisms on Earth were ____.
Which title best describes the current geologic age?
Which of the following lists the divisions of the geologic time scale in order from longest to shortest?
About 87 percent of Earth's history is called the ____.
The geological processes that shape Earth's features today ____.
According to the principle of cross-cutting relationships, an intrusive rock body is ____.
In general, the law of superposition states that in an undeformed sequence of sedimentary rocks, each layer is ____.
If the half-life of an unstable isotope is 10,000 years, and only 1/8 of the radioactive parent remains in a sample, how old is the sample?
Atoms with the same atomic number but different mass numbers are called ____.
The time it takes for 50% of the nuclei in a radioactive sample to decay to its stable isotope is called ____.
In living things, what is the source of the carbon-14 that is used in radiocarbon dating?
Radiocarbon dating could be used to date which of the following?
When the nucleus of an atom decays spontaneously, it's called:
Radiometric dating is possible because the rates of decay of radioactive isotopes ____.
Which of the following is important if an organism is to become a fossil?
Why would a worm stand a poor chance of being fossilized?
Which of the following must be true for a fossil organism to be useful as an index fossil?
Which of the following environments would most likely NOT contain fossils?
The footprints of a dinosaur are an example of what type of fossil?
What determines the type of fossil that is formed?
In which of the following environments would the shell of an organism most likely be preserved as a fossil?
Using fossils to match up rocks of similar ages in different areas is called ____.
Fossils are the ____.
Petrified wood is an example of what type of fossil?
A mineral is a substance that forms
A crystal structure is characteristic of
A mineral is made up of one or more
How is it possible for two different minerals to have the same chemical composition?
Which of the following is the least reliable clue to a mineral\'s identity?
Gemstones are used in
What is the hardest mineral known?
What mineral property would tell if it were metallic?
What is a mineral\'s hardness?
What scale is used to determine a mineral\'s hardness?
The three groups of rocks are sedimentary, metamorphic, and
The rock cycle shows how rocks continually
Which kind of rock forms when molten rocks cool?
An existing rock can change into another type of rock when it is subjected to great
Which kind of rock forms by recrystalization?
Geologists classify an igneous rock on the basis of its crystal size and the amount of
Pieces of rock can settle from water and get cemented into
How does sedimentary rock become metamorphic rock?
How does magma become igneous rock?
How does igneous rock become sediment?
The force of freezing water in the cracks and pores of a rock is an example of
The breakdown of rock by acidic water is an example of
Soil is a mixture of what four materials?
What is the main component of soil?
What is humus?
Three factors that affect the rate of weathering are:
Microorganisms affect the quality of soil by
The movement of air and water through a soil is influenced by the soil's
Contour plowing, strip cropping, and terracing are conservation methods designed to reduce the
Which one is Not a soil conservation method?
If you suddendly stop using the computer, you may be a victim of cyber-bullying.
Quickly switching screens when someone approves is a sign of being a cyber-bully.
A feeling of relaxation and excitement when receiving an instant message or e-mail is a sign of being cyber-bullied.
A focus on school work and computer usage only during day hours is a sign of a cyber-bully.
Victims of cyber-bullying are usually excited to attend school.
Excessive laughing while on the computer is a sign of a cyber-bully.
Victims of cyber-bullying usually talk to their family and friends about it.
Vicitms of cyber-bullying often become distance and closed off.
Most cyber-bullies have more than one account or user name that they use.
Parents should closely monitor their child's computer usages.
Which of the following can harm the environment?
All of the following are used to reduce soil erosion EXCEPT
Which of the following is an adaptation you might find in a predator?
Which is NOT an example of condensation?
Differences in air pressure are one determining factor in
Fossils, layers, and ripple marks are found in which kind of rock?
A change in motion results from
Which of the following is an example of a chemical change?
Energy cannot be created or destroyed but exists in different forms, such as
All of the following are parts of the water cycle EXCEPT
deserted or uninhabited
ridiculous and absurd
having an extreme or irrational fear of someone or something
to keep on trying and do not give up, even if you are faced with obstacles or difficulties
exceptionally great concentration, power, or force
to cut a design or letters into a metal, wood, or glass surface
protection or shelter from danger
to force someone to move out of a home, building, or occupied land
sad or lonely
a creation made by mixing several different things together
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why should you never co-sign on a loan for anyone?
what happens to money taken out of a Roth IRA
Polly purchased a vacuum cleaner but was very displeased with the performance of the product. The first resource for Polly to get the complaint resolved is what?
Rob’s Roofing replaced shingles on Meredith’s house. When the first hard rain and wind came, the house leaked. No one at Rob’s Roofing is returning Meredith’s calls. Who can Meredith contact to help her?
Larry purchased items from the flea market. Larry is always careful due to CAVEAT EMPTOR. What does this term mean?
ACE, Inc. sent goods f.o.b. to Tony. What does the shipment term f.o.b. mean?
When a consumer complaint is not resolved, the last resort for a consumer to contact with the complaint is what?
Tony received goods COD. What does the term COD mean in a sales contract?
Shane bought a new car. Shane parked his old car with a FOR SALE sign in the driveway. What guarantees will come with purchase of the old car?
What is the body of laws governing commercial transactions in the United States.
What do you call a contract that is so grossly unfair that the courts will refuse to enforce it.
What is the law that requires certain contracts to be in writing?
involving people playing among themselves; an exchange of activity or information between people or people and a computer
to get in between two people when it is not your problem or issue
to throw a remark into a conversation between two or more people
the break between two parts of a play, opera, or concert
between or among the nations of a world
the worldwide computer system that allows communication and information sharing among people
between people (usually describing social activities)
a person who helps translate the languages between different people
to break a conversation between people
between the states
When you know something that a character doesn't.
Clues that something important will happen later....
This character doesn't change
A poem that tells a story
Italian word for diamond...this is also a type of poem
A way to organize a poem is to use...
If you don't know the author's name, include this in your in-text citation instead...
This helps create balance in a sentence
Connotative Language...
Round Characters...
Facts and statistics are examples of this...
Cause and Effect signal words/phrases include all of the following except...
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Joan is concerned she will be turned down for a loan because she is a single female. What law protects her against this concern?
Danielle applied for a position with the FBI. She has the right to know that they viewed her credit history while checking her background. This right is granted by which act?
Craig returned a recently purchased stereo to Electronic Warehouse for a full refund. Last week Craig’s credit card bill still showed a charge for the purchase. What law could help Craig correct this error?
What is the purpose of bankruptcy laws?
Janet stole money from several different checking accounts. She had to pay a $5,000 fine and spent five years in prison. Janet violated which act?
Mark’s credit report indicates non-payment of a credit card bill. Mark wants to correct this error. Which act was passed by Congress to assist Mark in correcting this dispute?
Jason lost his credit card while on a recent trip. Which act will limit his liability?
Kristin obtained a loan from a bank but she never received a statement telling her repayment terms and the annual percentage rate. Which law did this financial institution violate?
Michelle obtained a letter from Nordstrom's stating that her credit application had been approved. Michelle can spend up to $15,000 and the annual interest rate is 15.99%. Nordstrom's followed which law?
Chris received his VISA statement in the mail. He now understands how long it will take to pay off the balance if he only makes the minimum payment. VISA is complying with which act?
VISA increased Jimmy's interest rate from 10.99% to 15.99% without notifying him of this change in writing. Which law did VISA violate?
Vince is being threatened by his credit card company after falling behind in his payments. What law protects him against this concern?
Catherine has $175,000 in an account at Bank of America. Which act protects her account if the bank fails?
Bart has no chance of getting out of debt and needs to liquidate all his belongings to pay creditors. Bart should file for which type of bankruptcy?
Jan’s landlord threatens to report unsubstantiated debts on her credit. What law protects her against this concern?
Tammy obtained a loan with an interest rate of 39.99% from a bank. Which law did this financial institution violate?
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How do new cells arise?
What is one function of the cell membrane?
A person with an impaired lymphoid system would
Which of the following correctly lists the order in which food passes through the digestive system?
Although not part of the digestive system, the pancreas and liver contribute to digestion. What role do these organs play in breaking down food?
Which type of muscle is found in the digestive system?
Predict how the pituitary gland will respond if the water level in someone's body is low.
Which of these describes how shivering helps the body respond to the cold?
What is one function of the pituitary gland?
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What is the major cause of variation within a species?
Animals get energy from the food they eat. What is the original source of this energy?
Absolute zero is the temperature at which molecules have no
If one light in a string of lights is taken out and all the lights go out this circuit is a
Work is defined as
In which type of electric circuit are there many paths for electrons to flow?
Substances change phase when
The weight of an object is determined by
High winds are most likely found between
Which statement about cells is NOT true
Who invented the sewing machine in 1846?
Then invention of the steamboat by ______________ meant that goods and passengers could be transported more quickly.
Who built the first American steam locomotive?
By 1860 , ___________________ helped speed the flow of goods from the East to the Midwest.
Who developed the telegraph system?
Which was NOT a revolutionary invention that changed farming methods in the 1830s?
Organizations of workers with the same trade or skill
Free African Americans could attend all public schools.
Women in factories were paid the same as men in factories.
What is NOT a reason that city life was difficult or dangerous?
Immigration to the U.S. increased between 1840 and 1860.
Famine caused people from which country to migrate to the United States?
Arriving between 1820 and 1860, the second largest group of immigrants was from
Immigrants quickly forgot their customs and language
People opposed to immigration
Wanted stricter citizenship laws and wanted to ban foreign-born citizens from holding office.
Slavery divided the Northern and Southern states.
The economy of the South thrived because of
Who invented the cotton gin?
Led to the need for more enslaved labor
The South's main income
The North's main income
In the South, goods were transported via
Farmers without enslaved people
Most enslaved people on plantations worked as
An African American religious fold song that provided a way to secretly communicate with one another
What made it a crime to teach enslaved people to read or write?
Who was the religious leader who led a slave revolt in 1831?
Fled to the North to escape slavery
A network of safe houses that assisted runaway enslaved persons
What is (10^2)(10^4)?
What is (m^7)(m^-3)?
What is x^4/x^2?
What is 1/2 written without a fraction bar?
What is 1/m written without a fraction bar?
What is 3m^-7 written with only positive exponents?
What is c^-6/c^-2 written with only positive exponents?
What is 4^0?
What is the lcm of 12 and 15?
What is the lcm of 2x^3 and 4x^7?
"How do you say hat in Spanish?"
"How do you say dress in Italian?"
"How do you say skirt in French?"
"How do you say shirt in German?"
"How do you say shoes in Portuguese?"
"How do you say pants in Italian?"
"How do you say shoes in French?"
"How do you say shirt in Spanish?"
"How do you say dress in German?"
"How do you say hat in French?"
proved genuine
skillfully and quickly
in a way that is being sorry
cannot be explained
imprisoned, jailed
a steep cliff
to make something completely wet
to stick or jut out
strongly marked; noticeable
allowing fresh air in and getting the old, stale air out
In order to neutralize tomato juice, how much would the concentration of hydrogen ions need to decrease?
As wavelength increases, frequency
A train is moving at 60 miles per hour and comes to a stop inside a station over a course of 12 minutes. What is the acceleration of the train?
Which of the following is NOT a type of energy?
Dennis is conducting an investigation to determine the effect of caffeine on heartrate. Which of the following will Dennis not maintain as a constant?
Which of the following is not a conductor?
You drop a penny from the Empire State Building. After several seconds, the air resistance becomes equal to the force of gravity impacting the penny. What results?
A book slides across a level table. As the book travels, it slows down. Which best explains its change in speed?
Define inertia
I am a circuit with multiple energy sources and a battery that light up consecutively. What type of circuit am I?
What does an absolute URL do?
What is a LAN?
What is a LAN usually used for?
What is a domain name?
What is Bandwidth?
What is Hexedecimal?
What is a GUI?
What is FTP?
What is HTML?
What is DHTML?
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Mario cut a pizza into 8 equal pieces. He ate 3 pieces of pizza. How much pizza does he have left?
The patio floor is made of 8 tiles of equal size. The patio is shaded, but sunlight shines on 1 of the tiles. Which fraction represents how much of the patio is sunny?
Oliver bought a medium pizza with 8 slices. Three of the slices have pepperoni on them. What fraction of the pizza does not have pepperoni on it?
Kate and five friends shared a pie equally. How much of the pie did each person get?
Six friends shared a pan of brownies. Each friend received an equal amount. What fraction of the pan of brownies did each friend receive?
Sam drew lines to divide his paper into 8 equal sections. He colored two of the sections purple and the rest green. What fraction of the area of the paper did Sam color green?
Mrs. Harris sliced 1 pizza into fourths. She gave Lisa, Joy, Sherri, and Casey each a slice. What is the total fractional amount of pizza Mrs. Harris gave to the girls?
Which fraction is equivalent to 4/8
Which fraction is equivalent to 2/6?
Manages the personnel relations within a company
The “back office” and involves all the behind the scenes paperwork that must be finished in order for the transactions to be completed
Is based on four “P’s”—Product, Price, Placement and Promotion
Shares knowledge, facts, and data to others such as co-workers, customers, and suppliers
Uses a system of recording and reporting financial activity and transactions
Overall job is to make sure that the organization meets its goals and obligations in every department or function of business
Prepares advertisements for TV, Radio, Newspapers, websites
Maintains e-mail accounts, software applications, and company hardware
Does the hiring and firing of employees and the paperwork involved
Pays bills, taxes, collects money from customers, and purchases inventory
Owned by one person
Owned by stockholders and treated by the law as its own entity
Contractual agreement between the parent company and the business operator to sell a company's products or services in a specific geographic area
Owned by two or more people
The easiest type of business to start but has unlimited liability (can be sued for everything)
Must share the profits and the risks equally
Has limited liability (cannot be sued for everything), is taxed, and government monitors closely
You have to follow strict rules on how to run the business
A law firms and medical practices are typically set up as this type of business
Taco Bell and Blockbuster would be two examples of this type of business
People can make tax-deductable donations to this business' capital
This business sells a product and provides a service at the same time
Taxi Drivers and Lawyers are in this type of business
Apple, Sony, and The Gap are examples of what type of business
The American Red Cross, Salvation Army, and St. Jude's Children's Hospital are examples of what type of business?
Target, Walmart, an Old Navy are examples of this type of business
Automobile Dealerships and Hair Salons are an example of this type of business
Retailers and distributors that sells goods to consumers and other businesses are this type of business
A business that runs to earn more revenue than expenses is known as what type of business?
This type of business makes only enough revenue to operate the business
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Bobby’s uncle dies. Bobby received his uncle’s mansion. What term describes Bobby in this scenario?
Mary was in a serious car accident. She lost the ability to think on her own. She is forced to change her will by her brother. The courts can revoke the new will because she did not have what?
Maria’s mother dies. Maria is left with her mother’s car and house. What is the car and house considered?
After John dies, his family discovers he DOES NOT have a will. The court then appoints someone to carry out the will. What term is used to identify this person?
Johnny has been named the representative on his sister’s estate. After giving public notice of the estate and paying valid claims, what must he now do?
George signed a document giving his wife permission to act on his behalf during his illness. Which term identifies the type of document George signed?
Bobby bought a beach home this past summer and wants to add it to his will. What legal document must be completed for this change?
Fred dies. His son becomes representative of the estate. What must his son do after inventorying, assembling, preserving, and appraising it?
Gillespie decides that he wants to create a will. He writes the will in front of a lawyer and his assistant. What are the lawyer and the assistant considered?
After Rachel dies, her son takes her will to a lawyer. The executor must then distribute her estate according to which type of law?
what are viaticals?
a letter that address specific qualifications you have for a particulary job
which of the following would helo lower your insurance premiums each month?
which of the following is the least liquid investment?
who can contribute to an IRA?
a debt instrument that is used by companies to rasie money without having to sell more stocks.
a letter to prospective employer that you will be contacting them
a share of ownership in a company is called a:
what is earned income?
if you save money up for a rainy day, aka emergency fund, where should it be stored?
when liquidity does up what happens to the rate of return?
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Which IS NOT part of Cell Theory
Which organelle stores food and water for the cell?
What organelle is the transport system of the cell?
What organelle do plants and bacteria both share?
What organelle creates proteins?
What organelle is unique to plant cells?
Mitochondria and chloroplasts both...
The correct order from smallest to largest is...
Diffusion, osmosis, passive transport, and active transport take place across the...
What would happen to a cell with no lysosomes?
The source of all wave motion is
The time needed for a wave to make one complete cycle is its
The distance between successive identical parts of a wave is called its
Frequency and period are directly related.
If you double the frequency of a vibrating object, its period is
Waves transmit energy not matter.
Which of the following will have an affect on the period of a pendulum.
Frequency is measured in
A pendulum with a length of 25 cm is swung back and forth with a 30 g mass attached to it. If you add another 30 g mass to the end of the 25 cm pendulum, its period will
The number of waves/vibrations per unit time.
The material through which a wave travels is called
Which type of wave does not require a medium?
Type of wave where the medium vibrates at right angles to the direction the wave travels.
Sound does not require a medium to travel.
A sound wave that has a higher frequency will have a wavelength that is
Wavelength and frequency are directly related.
The speed of a wave depends on
Through which of the following does sound travel the fastest?
Wave speed is equal to
Wavelength it represented by the greek letter
When two or more waves are at the same place at the same time, the resulting effect is called
When two waves are "in phase" what type of interference are they experiencing?
When the crest of one wave overlaps the trough of another, which type of interference occurs?
Standing waves occur because of
At the antinodes of a standing wave, what type of interference is occuring?
Nodes in a standing wave normally remain stationary.
The Doppler effect is the change in observed frequency due to
As a sound source (such as an ambulance) moves toward you, the pitch of the sound
Blue shift and red shift refer to how the Doppler effect can affect which type of wave?
If a star is experiencing red shift, it is moving
Bow waves form when the wave source moves faster than the wave speed.
What shape of wake does a bow wave make in back of a moving object.
While jet-skiing on a lake you look back and notice a v-shaped pattern made by overlapping wave crests. This pattern is known as a
If the speed of a the source is increased in a bow wave, the shape of the bow wave will be
A shock wave forms when an object moves faster than the speed of sound.
A shock wave has the shape of a
A sonic boom is formed only at the moment an object breaks through the sound barrier.
An aircraft that flies faster than the speed of sound is said to be
A sonic boom is
An observer on the ground hears a sonic boom that is created by an airplane flying at a speed
A boy pushes on a parked car with a force of 200 N. The car does not move. How much work does the biy do on the car?
What are the units of work ?
A weightlifer presses a 400 N weight 0.5 m over his head in 2 seconds. What is the power of the weightlifter?
A machine is a device that
What is the mechanical advantage of a single fixed pulley ?
An incline plane
Which of the following is a compound machine ?
What is the gravitational potential energy of a 50 kg box that is 8.0 m above the ground ?
What are the units for power?
Gravitational potential energy depends on the
Which statement about the atoms of a chemical element is TRUE?
Which of these never changes during a chemical change?
Suppose an unbalanced force acts on an object. An unbalanced force can change
Which of these do geologists consider a constructive force?
Which of these statements is correct?
The tides are caused mainly by
The human body has levels of organization. Which is the MOST complex?
Which cell component can you see only in a plant cell?
Genes code for inherited traits. Which BEST describes a gene?
In which rock type are you MOST LIKELY to find fossils and evidence of past climates?
Which of the following best describes Earth's mantle?
Tectonic plates make up Earth's
Why did many scientists reject Wegener's continental drift hypothesis?
What evidence from the sea floor shows that tectonic plates move?
A Mid-Ocean ridge forms where plates
Plate motion is caused partly by
Which of the following is formed at the collision zone?
What happens when two oceanic plates meet?
Where is crust neither formed nor destroyed?
Earthquakes are MOST LIKELY to occur at the borders of
What are the three forms of water on Earth?
How much of Earth's water is fresh water?
Which process forms clouds?
What ice formation covers Greenland and Antartica?
How are glaciers like rivers?
How is water stored in an aquifer?
What percent of Earth's surface is covered in water?
What percent is salt water?
What percent is fresh water?
What is Condensation?
Some of a wave's energy is always being dissipated as heat. In time, this will reduce the wave\'s
The amplitude of a particular wave is 2 m. The top-to-bottom distance of the disturbance is
If you double the frequency of a vibrating object, its period
What happens when an airplane is flying faster than the speed of sound?
An observer on the ground hears a sonic boom that is created by an airplane flying at a speed
The Doppler effect occurs when a source of sound moves
Two waves arrive at the same place at the same time exactly in step with each other. Each wave has an amplitude of 2 m. The resulting wave has an amplitude of
The period of an ocean wave is 10 seconds. What is the wave’s frequency?
A weight suspended from a spring bobs up and back down again over a distance of 3m in 10 seconds. Its frequency is
A skipper on a boat notices wave crests passing the anchor chain every 6 seconds. The skipper estimates the distance between crests at 30 m. What is the speed of the water waves?
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What type of ticket/seating arrangement do sport venues sell to accommodate spectators who are price conscious and are willing to occupy any available seats on a first-come, first-serve basis?
Which of the following stadium seating arrangements are usually the least expensive tickets that fans can purchase:
Rhonda is making a presentation to the chamber of commerce of a large city in anticipation of building a sports complex. What is the primary element of distribution that she should discuss with them?
Expanded bandwidth is changing the face of in-home entertainment by
The cable network that televises college basketball games throughout the country is __________ the sports product.
Which of the following is a place decision that must be made in sports and entertainment marketing
An increase in ticket prices is most accepted by fans if a sport has a(n) __________ demand for tickets
Which of the following is the least important factor when selecting a pricing strategy
A college athletic department sets the football ticket prices so that the organization earns income of $12 per ticket after covering expenses. This is an example of a price objective based on
A sporting event setting ticket prices based on potential customers' ability to pay is an example of a price
Why do sportswear stores calculate break-even in units?
Why would an event marketer promote an upcoming celebrity golf tournament at an exclusive course as a once-in-a-lifetime event?
When setting ticket prices for professional baseball games, the organization considers the team's performance, which is a(n) __________ factor.
When a hockey team sets its ticket prices so it can achieve its goal of increasing its fan base by five percent, the hockey team is establishing a price objective in conjunction with a __________ goal.
A professional football team that increases ticket prices for next season because the team is on a winning streak is selecting a pricing strategy based on
If your goal is to avoid storing or discarding merchandise, what pricing strategy should you select?
What do sales beyond the break-even point provide to a business?
One reason sport/event marketers often bundle extra amenities with tickets is to
Which of the following is a characteristic of product bundling in the sport/event industry
What do sport/event marketers usually develop to be prepared for possible emergency or crisis situations?
Which of the following is an example of a hospitality option that might be selected to offer preferred customers who attend sports events:
Which of the following is an example of a hospitality option that is offered to select spectators or fans:
Which of the following stadium seating arrangements are usually the least expensive tickets that fans can purchase:
The cable network that televises college basketball games throughout the country is __________ the sports product.
An increase in ticket prices is most accepted by fans if a sport has a(n) __________ demand for tickets
A college athletic department sets the football ticket prices so that the organization earns income of $12 per ticket after covering expenses. This is an example of a price objective based on
A sporting event setting ticket prices based on potential customers' ability to pay is an example of a price
When setting ticket prices for professional baseball games, the organization considers the team's performance, which is a(n) __________ factor.
When a hockey team sets its ticket prices so it can achieve its goal of increasing its fan base by five percent, the hockey team is establishing a price objective in conjunction with a __________ goal.
When forecasting projected ticket sales for a professional basketball team, sporting event organizers consider the
When developing a preseason booking strategy, the most important factors for a sport/event organization to consider are its timing, target markets, and
A successful pre-season booking strategy often involves targeting
Which of the following is an incentive that sport organizations often use to sell tickets to large groups
A vendor at the venue for the Anaheim Mighty Ducks wants to sell a product that will generate large revenues on opening day. Which of the following products would most likely generate this revenue:
Paramount Entertainment debuts a new ride, Thunder Rapids. Which of the following items would have the most merchandising appeal
Concession stands, licensed merchandise, and luxury box seats are some of the goods and services that are usually available at a(n)
When planning a major concert for a popular band, what factor do marketers take into consideration because it has the potential to generate significant additional profit?
Why do organizers of major events often hire the services of professional lighting and sound companies?
Charlie is organizing a dance contest to raise money for the community's recreation center. Which of the following will Charlie need to obtain for the event
Which of the following is a type of concession that sports franchises often operate in the sporting facility
Sidney is organizing a 5K run to raise money for cancer research. Sidney agrees to post the Fresh Water Company's sign at the event's participant registration desk in exchange for bottles of water to give the runners who participate in the event. Thi
It can be beneficial for a sport/event organization to develop a bartering agreement with a vendor if the agreement
When assessing risks associated with an upcoming event, sport/event organizations should acquire input from all levels of management and
Purchasing basic liability insurance protects the sport/event organization or facility from financial risks associated with
An event planner should consider purchasing weather insurance for a(n)
What type of insurance do event organizers purchase in order to cover spectator ticket refunds, sponsorship refunds, and vendor payments?
What do event planners often consider when conducting site inspections of properties that might be used for an event?
A facility's size, amenities, and location are important considerations when event planners
What factors might a concert promoter consider when conducting a facility inspection for an upcoming event?
The overall blueprint for a project including objectives, course outline, flowchart, storyboards, etc. is the?
A visual/picture representation of a project is called a?
The phase of the ADDIE model that includes such activities as writing the course outline, deciding on color schemes and
Which phase of the ADDIE model are alpha and beta tests conducted?
Which phase of the ADDIE model examines the needs of the project, learning gaps, and other activities such as the audience
Which phase of the ADDIE model are the first depth and first breadth prototypes created?
The design of one complete screen, page, frame, etc. of a multimedia project is called a? The purpose is to show the color
The skeleton design that shows the overall flow of a project with navigation etc. is called a? Sections do not need to be
The steps to the ADDIE design model are?
Which of the following procedures are NOT performed during the Analyze phase of the ADDIE model?
Which of the following procedures are NOT performed during the design phase of the ADDIE model?
SME means?
Which of the following procedures are NOT performed during the develop phase of the ADDIE design model?
Which phase of the ADDIE model should require the most time to complete?
Which of the following procedures are NOT performed during the implement phase of the ADDIE design model?
An alpha test is typically conducted with in-house personnel with the help of the SME to insure technical and instructional
A beta test is typically conducted with outside target audience participants to insure usability of the project.
The Beta test is usually conducted before the alpha test.
Which of the following procedures is NOT performed during the evaluate phase of the ADDIE model?
Who is responsible for insuring that the project is completed on time and within budget?
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