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The percentage of oxygen in the atmosphere is
A gas in the atmosphere that varies between zero and five percent in different places is
Photochemical smog is caused by the action on chemicals of
Harmful substances in air, water, or soil are called
The amount of mass in a given volume of a substance is its
As the density of air decreases, its pressure
Air pressure is measured in
The warmest layer of the atmosphere is the
The layer of the atmosphere that reflects radio waves is the
The stratosphere helps protect Earth from too much ultraviolet radiation because this layer of the atmosphere contains
Taking something specific and making a broad statement about it (little details to big statement)
Retell major ideas in your own words
Make an educated guess based on facts or evidence
To tell how things or people are alike
To tell how things or people are different
Break down into parts and explain the parts
describe, explain, or illustrate a concept using examples, evidence and details
guess as to what will happen next based on clues or evidence
examples from the text that show your basis for belief or disbelief
events put into order in which they occurred
drawing a comparison in order to show a similarity in some respect such as words having a similar relationship
Use evidence or standards to make a judgement about the strengths and weaknesses of a position on a particular issue
Use evidence to convince
details or information that prove a concept
determine something based on information and reasoning
arrange into groups by common qualities
prove true or correct by evidence
one after another in order
How did India and Britain's relationship begin in 1601?
By what year did Britain have complete control over India?
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The large computer capable of handling hundreds of users is called
The read only memory (ROM) is ____________ memory
A cursor refers to
A term for time-saving keystrokes that perform a specific function is
Data that uses any combination of letters, numbers or symbols is
When reviewing progress notes in the medical record, the
The medical chart is a __________ system for recording each patient's medical care
The primary reason for seeking medical care is known as the
Which of the following salutation examples would represent open punctuation?
A subject line in a letter
Habitual latecomers and patients who make a habit of canceling their appointments should be scheduled
A telephone setup where each telephone receives, initiates, and holds calls, as well as makes an intercom possible is
Telephone calls that may be handled by the medical assistant include all of the following except
The proofreader's mark that indicates a hyphen should be inserted is
An appropriate complimentary close in a letter where the salutation is "Dear John" is
OCR is an abbreviation that is associated with
Patients with Medicaid insurance coverage must verify their eligibility every
A criterion (preauthorization) statement with terms such as acute onset, or recently discovered- symptoms not present at previous examination - might be used when making what type of appointment?
A letter printed on 8 1/2" X 11" stationery may be folded twice to fit into a large envelope, sometimes called a No.
Which of the following words are spelled incorrectly?
What is a group of organisms whose members look alike and sucessfully reproduce
What is the two upper chambers of the heart?
What is the tough outer covering of bones?
What shares common characteristics with gorillas
What carries blood back to the heart?
What is an organisms evolutionary history?
What great variety of plant and animal species on earth
What is a group made up of all the orders of similar species
What is the model of evolution showing rapid trade?
A change in herdity is...
A group of animals of the same species
Non Living parts of the environment
Symbiosis where one species benefits while the other is not affected
Largest population size that can be supported with available resources
A factor required for a population to exist but availablr in limitied quantities
Competition between individuals of the same species
The place an organism lives
Living parts of an environment
All aspects of a organisms lifestyle: feeding habits, living space, location
All populations living in proximity
The SI unit of force is the
Which of the following relationships is correct?
When an unbalanced force acts on an object,
When a pair of balanced forces acts on an object, the net force that results is
What kind of a friction occurs as a fish swims through water?
As you push a cereal box across a tabletop, the sliding friction acting on the cereal box
The forces acting on a falling leaf are
An open parachute increases air resistance of a falling sky diver by
Projectile motion is caused by
The property of matter that resists changes in motion is called
The individual record of the amounts owed and paid by each patient is found in the
The pegboard bookkeeping system is sometimes called
A daily journal is where
A patients' ledger is actually a/an
The legal term for the person who signs his or her name on the back of a check for the purpose of transferring title to the check to another person is
Collection agencies may retain up to ________% of the account collected on an overdue medical bill
Generally, medical records of a practice are classified into three groups: active files, inactive files, and closed files. After what period of inactivity is a file placed in the inactive group of files?
Which of the following names would come first when indexing a set of files?
The filing system that offers the most even distribution of folders throughout the file is
Of the following records, which should be kept in a desk file or file cabinet for 3 years?
A bill in never sent to the patient in which type of case?
Assuming a doctor actually charged for a given service in a year's time $28, $30, $32, $32, and $35, the usual fee would be
Blue Sheild makes direct payment to
Medicare forms must be signed by the
The proportion of a patient's charge billed to Medicare Part B that will be paid is
The CPT-4 method of procedural coding became the procedural coding terminology of choice when
Coordination of benefits is also known as
The CPT-4 coding system uses a main number to describe particular services. This main number uses a base of
An insurance specialist coded a patient's diagnosis of acute appendicitis with the number 540.9. What system of coding was she using?
How many levels are used in the Health Care Financing Administration Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS)?
The range of the volume of urine voided by an adult during a 24-hour period is
Due to excess lipids in the blood, lipemic serum appears
In structure and form, bacilli bacteria are found in which of the the following shapes?
Direct contact and droplets are ways in which viruses are transmitted to cause
In a reagent dipstick test for ketone bodies in the urine, the largest amounts are represented by an intensified
When you perform a chemical urinalysis test using a reagent strip, which one of the following tests would you expect to read positive?
Normal urine has a pH range of
A hemocytometer is counting chamber used to count cells microscopically. The total area on one side of the hemocytometer is
Normal bleeding time using Duke's method is
Expressed in terms of mm/hour, the normal range of Westergren erythrocyte sedimentation rates (ESR) for men older than 50 is
Which of the following is NOT considered an essential element of negligence?
If a patient does not sign a consent for medical treatment and the health care professional administers medical treatment to the patient, the health care professional may be charged with
Physicians that administer controlled drugs must register with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and renew this registration every
Medical practice acts are
Law that is established from a court decision is called
A case involving infections resulting from broken glassware, needles, or unsterilized instruments would imply the application of which of the following doctrines?
Which of the following procedures do NOT require written (express) consent?
Rules of conduct that govern the relationship between physicians are a part of
Willfully causing or allowing death to keep a person with an incurable disease from suffering is known as
Which of the following is considered illegal?
In a legal sense, the relationship between the physician and patient could be best described as
The sharing between tow or more physicians of a patient's fee that has been given by a patient to reimburse one physician alone is called
Which of the following is NOT one of the four D's of negligence?
In a physician-patient contract, the consideration is a term for
Artificial insemination by husband (AIH) is a procedure that
Which of the following is not an accepted practice when making corrections to a medial record?
The type of consent in which the client is told of the complete nature and treatment of a proposed procedure as well as consequences of not having the procedure is
In the application of the doctrine of res ipsa loquitur, the burden of proving innocence is on the
A contract, to be enforceable in law, must meet all of the following criteria, EXCEPT
Of the following, which is NOT a reason for the revocation of a physician's license?
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Glass 1 is on a shelf 4ft. high and glass 2 is on a shelf 8ft. high. What can you say about their potential energies?
Which example below is when heat is transferred from one object to another without the presence of matter?
What is the correct order of transformations in a flashlight?
Which marked the start of the American Revolution?
Which is a contrast between the American and French Revolution?
Which was a tax on all imports coming into the American colonies?
What the Bastille in France
Which king was consideredweak and indecisive?
What happened at the Boston Massacre?
Which is a contrast of the American and French Revolutions?
What was one of the main reasons why the people of France didn't like their king and queen?
Which word means FREEDOM?
Which country was famous for using the guillotine?
The energy an object has because of its motion
A theory explaining that states of matter, based on a concept that all matter consists of tiny particles that are in constant motion
A measure of the average kinetic energy of particles in matter
Energy that transfers from one object to another because of a temperature difference
The conversion of a solid to a liquid
Vaporization that occurs when a liquid is heated
The conversion of a liquid to a solid
The conversion of a liquid to a gas
Vaporization that occurs at the surface of a liquid that is not boiling
The temperature at which the vapor pressure of a liquid is just equal to the external pressure on the liquid
The temperature at which a substance changes from a solid to a liquid
The temperature at which a liquid changes to a solid
The pressure exerted by the collisions of particles in the atmosphere surrounding Earth
What was the main reason different kingdoms in Nubia flourished at different times?
What was a sign of Nubian wealth?
What was a key achievement of Meroe?
A group traveling together for safety through dangerous country
If you were a Nubian trader, your work would probably be most influenced by--
Why was Nubia an important center of trade?
How did the power of Nubian priests change in the third century B.C?
How did Nubia change over time?
Smelting
Which were capitals of Nubia?
In which United States' war was yellow journalism most influential in bringing about  a declaration for war?
American support of Cuban  independence from Spain and Exaggerated news reports of  events are two reasons for the war with Spain.
The sinking of the USS Maine and Protection of American  business interests are two reasons for the war with Spain.
Which of the following was NOT a reason for the war with Spain?
What was the most important result of the Spanish American War for the United  States?
The main purpose of yellow journalism was to —
How did yellow journalism contribute to the Spanish American War?
Which headline best describes a cause of the Spanish American War?
Which of these events occurred first?
Which diplomatic addition to the Monroe Doctrine helped make the Panama Canal a reality?
Which statement best describes Theodore Roosevelt's policy toward Latin America in  the early 1900s?
Another name for Theodore Roosevelt's type of diplomacy was
How did the Progressive Movement affect  the lives of child workers?
Which issue most contributed to the early growth of labor unions?
Improved Safety Conditions, Reduced Work Hours, and Restrictions on Child Labor were all the result of -
1/10 + 1/6
2/5 + 6/15
8/15 + 3/10
9/14 + 1/2
1/6 + 2/4
7/9 - 2/6
1/6 - 1/15
5/10 - 1/4
6/9 - 1/2
11/21 - 1/6
Which atomic parts are matched correctly to their charges?
Electricity is
An electric force is
An electric field is
Which of the following statements is true
As the distance between two charges increase....
Which is NOT true about electrical fields?
Which statement is FALSE?
Magnetism is different because of electricity because....
If the magnitude of the a charged object increases....
If Jessica has light eyes (bb) and both of her parents have dark eyes (Bb) which statement is true?
A mature plant is tall and has white flowers. Another mature plant of the same species is short and has white flowers. The 2 plants are cross bred. Which of these BEST describes the offspring of these 2 plants?
If a purebred, normal feathered bird (FF) is crossed with a frizzy feathered bird (ff), how many different feather phenotypes are possible in the offspring?
In fruit flies, gray body color (G) is dominant over black body color (g). What kind of offspring would you expect from parents who are both heterozygous (Gg x Gg)?
A basketball player is seven feet tall. Why did he most likely grow that tall?
The combination Tt represents a ______________________ genotype.
The instructions that determine coat color in dogs are stored in the ___________.
Two spotted leopards produce a litter of four cubs. Three of the cubs are spotted and one is solid black. The black coat is probably what type of trait?
In a Punnett square, a capital letter (T) stands for a ________ allele.
Solar radiation caused a skin cell mutation in an individual. Who will be affected by this mutation?
Which subatomic particles are found in the nucleus of an atom?
Which of the following determines the identity of an element?
An atom that has 8 protons, 8 electrons, and 10 neutrons has an atomic mass number of:
Which of the following determines where an element is placed on the periodic table?
The element aluminum has an atomic number of 13 and an atomic mass number of 27. How many protons does aluminum have?
The element aluminum has an atomic number of 13 and an atomic mass number of 27. How many electrons does aluminum have?
The element aluminum has an atomic number of 13 and an atomic mass number of 27. How many neutrons does aluminum have?
Which classification of matter consists of only one type of atom?
Of the following, the one that would be considered a mixture is:
Intermolecular forces between molecules of a substance is strongest when the material is
The property that describes the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of 1 kg of a substance 1*C is its:
While boiling what happens to the temperature of the substance?
The temperature of 54*F measures a temperature of about:
A temperature of 87K is nearly equivalent to:
When I add -y to a word it changes its part of speech to an
When do I use -ily?
Adding -ly or -ily changes the word to what part of speech?
Where do suffixes go in a word?
Which of these words in an adjective?
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An orange might roll off your cafeteria tray when you stop suddenly because of
According to Newton's 2nd Law, the acceleration of an object equals the net force acting on the object divided by the object's
If a force of 18N is applied to an object with a mass of 1 kg, the object will accelerate at
Your weight equals your
The acceleration due to gravity on the surface of Mars is about 1/3 the acceleration due to gravity on Earth's surface. The weight of a space probe on the surface of Mars is about
Newton's third law of motion describes
In which of the following are action and reaction forces involved?
The product of an object's mass and velocity is its
What is conserved when two objects collide in a closed system?
An astronaut travels far away from Earth, her weight
What is the momentum of a 60 kg ice skater gliding across the ice at a speed of 2 m/s
The gravitational force between two objects increases as mass
The mass of a newborn baby is 3.9 kg. What is the baby's weight?
A 36 kg canoe broke free of its dock and is now floating downriver at a speed of 2.9 m/s. What is the canoe's momentum?
What happens to the magnitude of the fluid friction acting on a submarine as the submarine's speed increases?
Why don't action-reaction forces cancel each other out
What law states that if no net force acts on a system, then the total momentum of the system does not change?
If three balls are released at the same time from the same height, which one will hit the ground first?
How are the size and direction of action-reaction forces related?
How can you double the acceleration of an object if you cannot alter the object's mass?
The type of force measured by a grocery store spring is
When a falling object reaches terminal velocity, the net force acting on it is
The tendency of an object to resist any change in its motion is called
The drage force acting on a falling sky diver is also known as
The sum of all forces acting on an object is called the
The path of motion of a thrown javelin is an example of
The force of gravity acting on an object is the object's
When you push on a wall, the _____ pushes back on you
In a closed system, the loss momentum of one object _______ the gain in momentum of another object.
During a head on collision, inertia causes a passenger in the front seat to continue moving
Which of the following describes a mixture?
Which of the following is an alkali metal?
Which of the following is composed of elements combined in a specific ratio?
Which of the following is true of particles in solution?
What element does not follow the patterns of the rest of the periodic table?
Which of the following does NOT describe a suspension?
Elements in a family/group on the periodic table
Which of the following increases the solubility of a gas in a liquid?
Which element has the atomic number of 12?
On the periodic table, magnesium and chlorine are located in period 3. What is one difference between the two elements?
The halogens are located where on the periodic table?
Which of the following is a mixture?
Which of the following is NOT a compound?
Beryllium, magnesium and calcium are alkaline-earth metals located in group 2 of the periodic table. What else is true about the alkaline-earth metals?
Helium, neon, and argon are all located in group 18 of the periodic table. What can you predict about these elements, based on their group?
What is the atomic weight of copper?
Based on their locations on the periodic table, which pair of elements have the most similar characteristics?
On the periodic table, an element's atomic number is the number of _____ in its nucleus.
Salt water is a(n)
A solution that contains a large amount of solute is best described as
This category of elements is also known as semiconductors.
This category of elements has brittle and nonmalleable solids.
This technique for separating a mixture is used to separate water into the elements of hydrogen and oxygen.
This technique for separating a mixture is used to separate crude oil into its components.
This technique for separating a mixture is used to separate heavier blood cells from plasma.
This technique for separating a mixture is used to separate particles in a suspension.
In nature, the element __________ is needed to make proteins.
The element that has 6 protons within its atom is__________ .
An element that has 8 valence electrons would be__________.
An element that has an atomic number of 4 would be found in which period on the periodic table?
Which people suffer the most from short-term and long-term exposure to pollutants?
Exposure to increased ultraviolet radiation can cause all of the following EXCEPT __________.
Damage from ultraviolet radiation can be prevented by wearing any of the following EXCEPT __________.
Pollutants can be more concentrated in animals higher in the food chain because of __________.
Acid rain does NOT directly affect __________.
Water loss in plants is due to the effects of __________.
__________ decreases a plant's ability to fight disease
Buildings can deteriorate from the effects of __________.
The amount of damage an air pollutant makes is dependent on all of the following EXCEPT the __________.
An example of a short-term health effect of air pollution is __________.
A group of indivduals of the same species
Symbiosis where one species benefits and the other is not affected
The study of the relationship between and organism and its environment
Symbiosis that is similar to predation
How an organism gets its food
The boundary between land and sea, exposed to air at low tide
organisms that take energy from the envrionment an make food
deep ocean zone
competition between different species
organisms that feed on autotrophs and heterotrops
close living association between two species
the rate of photosynthesis of the producers in n ecosystem
the conversion of inorganic carbon into organic carbon substances
the conversion of CO2, water and energy into organic material and O2
deep ocean trench zone
zone where continental shelp drops
grams of organic carbon fixed by photosynthesis under a sq. meter of sea per day
the zone above inter tidal zone
organism that swim against the current
hetertrophs that feed on autotrophs
What separates India from the rest of Asia?
Which country is NOT a part of the Indian subcontinent?
What are monsoons?
The major religion in India today is
India is very diverse (has a lot of differences). Which is NOT one of the ways India is diverse?
In Hinduism what is the concept of fate or the result of your actions called?
In Hinduism what is the set of rules your supposed to follow called?
What is a caste in the Hindu religion?
Which is NOT a Hindu god?
Most people in India make a living by
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Running is an activity that causes the cells in the muscular system to use oxygen at a faster rate. Which systems work together to deliver more oxygen to these cells?
The organs of the digestive system help organisms take in food and break it down for cels to use for energy, eliminate unused materials. Which if the following are three organs that effectively carry out the function of digestion in an organism?
Which pathway does most oxygen take after breathing in?
Why do scientists use multiple trials in an experiment?
Why do governments try to regulate population growth, such as the One-Child Policy in China?
What is one unique characteristic of an area with low population density?
Which of the following is NOT a reason why many immigrants want to come to the United States?
Country A is very strict about what can be brought across the border. Which type of dispute is this?
Country A believes the border should be moved 50 miles south. What type of dispute is this?
Why are illegal immigrants hired to work in the United States?
An ongoing violent conflict in Darfur, Sudan has forced many citizens to flee the country. The violence in Darfur is an example of a...
Most immigrants to the United States come from...
Why do American companies outsource jobs to foreign countries, such as India?
What is one effect of globalization?
The transfer of ideas and the settlement of people are examples of...
The process of moving into a new country with the intent of staying permanently is...
3.14
angle of less than 90 degrees
two angles that equal 180 degrees
the square units within a space
the distance from one point of a circle to the opposite side which passes through the center of the circle
the distance from one point of a circle to the center of the circle
two angles that equal 90 degrees
angle of more than 90 degrees
angle of 90 degrees
the distance around an object
32 F
water falling from the sky
Fluffy white stuff
Above 88 F
Winter is
Summer is
Fall is
spring is
Atlanta, Georgia is _____________ in the summer.
When it is sunny it will rain
thing fastened to something; syllable added to a word at either end
to fight with
a thing thrown forward (arrow, bullet, rock)
letter or syllable added to the end of a word
arguments thrown against a situation
to lie back, be at rest
having the same ancestors or family; from the same language
to throw
letter or syllable added to the beginning of a word
to throw back or away
remembering something together
to lay, put, or place
a thing fastened in place
established place
fix, fasten, attach
lay away or put aside for safe keeping
with or together
to remove from office or position
to throw out
act of fastening or attaching
What threatens clean water supplies in Africa?
Major problems facing people who depend on Nile River for their water.
Describe the MAJOR use of the Niger River?
Be able to give the devastation facts about DEFORESTATION.
Be able to give major causes of DESERTIFICATION
Be able to describe the Sahel region of Africa
What is a NOMAD?
How people make a living in the Sahel
Be able to tell what a consequence of cutting down trees for fuel in the Sahel.
Be able to tell what some African countries are doing to protect the Savanna.
the basic building blocks of matter; the smallest unit of an element that maintains the properties of that element
central part of the atom which is made up of protons and neutrons and where most of the mass is found
subatomic particles that have a positive electric charge
subatomic particles that have no electric charge
subatomic particles that have a negative elective charge
a region around the nucleus of an atom where the electrons are likely to be found
a pure substance made up of entirely the same type of atom; a substance that cannot be broken down into simpler materials
a chart used to organize and arrange the elements in order of their atomic number and in groups with similar properties
the number of protons in an atom
a one-, two-, or three-letter abbreviation of the name of an element; an abbreviation or letters that represent an element
Which statement is related to Convection?
Which statement is related to the Conduction?
Which statement is related to radiation?
Rising warm fluids and sinking cooler fluids are part of _______________.
Earths surface is warmed by which type of heat transfer?
Wind is the movement of air cause by _____________. Warm air rises and cool air rushes to fill its place, this rush is called wind.
Hot water rising and bubbling at the surface of a pot of water is an example ____________.
Some ultraviolet rays from the sun are block by the middle layers of earths atmosphere, but other travel to the Earths surface in the form of ____________.
Which is the best definition for Radiation below?
Which is the best definition for Conduction below?
How do we calculate speed?
What is the difference between “balanced” and “unbalanced” forces?
What can you say about direction of motion after you push someone?
If you are riding on a bicycle and cruising along at 15 miles per hour, how fast will you be going over the handlebars when you suddenly hit a car?
Why didn’t we also change the amount of force on the cars when we did our Hot Wheels Lab?
Why did we do multiple trials in all of our labs?
Which of these are supported by the data from the Balloon Rocket experiment?
Which statement best explains the interaction of force and motion that caused the Balloon Rocket at rest to move?
When reading a motion graph, the fastest object is shown with______.
A grocery cart being pushed by a shopper will continue moving in the same direction at the same speed unless
If runner 1 goes 100 m. in 10 sec. and runner 2 goes 120 m. in 10 sec., who is faster and how do you figure it out?
Which will accelerate the most with the same amount of force?
If 2 teams are competing in a tug of war and no one is winning, the forces are
If a runner has a speed of 20m./sec., how far will they travel in 5 seconds?
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The steak was as tough as leather.
I could stretch for ten miles if I didn't have to walk back.
The waves played chase beneath my feet.
A blizzard of lacy, white egrets filled the sky.
The Everglades was a living kaleidoscope of color and beauty.
We were as happy as pigs wallowing in the cool mud.
The movie lulled me to sleep like a soft lullaby.
The test stared back at me as if to laugh at me for not studying harder.
After sleeping for 12 straight hours, I felt like I had been hit by a truck.
The night pulled its thick blanket of fog over us to tell us it was time for bed.
All living things are made up of
Animal Cells contain
Viruses are not true cells but they do contain
These cells have a membrane around their nucleus
The sap in a cell is stored in
Chloroplasts do what exactly?
An electron Microscope
Most cells contain
Which of the following belongs to the Prokayotae/Monera Kingdom
Which is the smallest?
On which date does the Antarctic Circle have 24 hour5s of daylight
Which electromagnetic waves have the longest wavelengths
Electromagnetic waves travel through space at a speed of
Earth recieves energy from the sun through what method of heat transfet?
Which is associated with weak light rays that travel in different directions?
Which of the following is true?
The change of state from a gas to a liquid is called
What is true about relative humidity?
Which refers to the temp to which air would have to be cooled to reach saturation?
Which of the flollowing is an example of condensation nuclei
Most of the fogs are the result of which of the following?
In which of the folloiwng processes do freezing nuclei play a role?
What type of cloud is associated with hail
The force exerted by the air above is called
What is the ultimate energy source for most wind
Air subsides in the center of a(n)
The deserts of the Sahara and Australia are associated with the
A sea breeze usually originates during the
Maritime are masses fformed
Which air masses have the greatest effect on weather condition in much of the US?
Which air mass is the source of much of the precipitation in the central and eastern US?
On a weather map, which front is shown by a line with triangular points on one side?
What type of front forms when the surface position of the front does not move?
Along which type of front is the intensity of precipitation generally heavy, but short lived?
What is the first sign of an apporaching warm front?
Which front produces several hours of light to moderate precipitation over a large region?
The greatest number of thunderstorms occur in the
Heat and moistue are distributed around Earth by
What do plants release during transpiration?
Which type of climate has no winters?
Where are dry summer tropical climates found in the US?
Polar climates are characterized by
Which of the folowing may cause long term changes in climate?
Which of the greenhouse gas is the most powerful absorber of radiation emitted by Earth?
Which of the folowig is an example of human impact on climate change?
Which scientist discovered that Venus has phases, just like our moon?
What is the shape of Earth's orbit
Earth is closest to the sun at a point called
Seasons are caused by
Which statement supports the giant impact hypothesis of the moon's formation
One of the planets known to have rings is
Which of the following is proprotionally more abundant on terrestrial plants than on Jovian planets?
The planet with the greatest temperature extremes is
Which of the following planet does not have rings?
Which planet has a greater mass than the combined mass of all the remaining planets and their moons?
Which planet is associated with the Great Dark Spot
Which satellite of Uranus has the greatest variety of landforms of any satellite yet examined?
Most of the asteroids lie between the oribits of
Gamma rays, Xrays, visible light, and radio waves are all types of
What will happen to an object's wavelength as the object moves toward you?
Which famous scientist first used a telescope for astronomical observation?
The James Webb Space Telescope will study
What was the first telescope built by NASA?
The thin red rim seen around the sun during a total solar eclipse is called the
Streams of electrons and protons that shoot out from the sun's coraona make up the solar
The mass of a star can be determined by studying
The difference in brightness of two stars with the same surface temperature is attributable to their
All stars, regardless of size, eventually
When a main sequence star has exhausted the fuel in its core, it becomes a
Light cannot escape the intense gravitational pull of a
What are some differences between mRNA and tRNA?
The process where DNA makes a copy of itself is called
A DNA segments chanes from ggTtag to ggAtag this is a(n)
Which mutation would likely cause the greatest impact
The pairing of ___ in DNA is the main reason DNA is able to make copies of itself
The process of converting RNA code into a sequence of amino acids is called:
During transcription DNA serves a code to make a sequence of
The DNA codon AGA codes for Arginine. The sequence of steps would be
DNA is in the following shape:
Who is credited with the discovery of DNA
A fireplace burning is an example of an energy conversion.
The most powerful form of energy is...
A banana being digested for body heat is an example of which energy conversion?
Thermal expansion is related to
Matter can exist in what three forms
Heat is the transfer of energy between two objects at different temperatures.
Which of the following is not a renewable resource?
Heat from the sun reaches the Earth by
Insulation can
In every energy conversion, some energy is always converted into
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The hero is given notice that his life is going to change.
When the goal of the adventure is achieved, the hero may decline to return with the gift.
The hero initially rejects to accept his calling.
A series of tests, tasks, or challenges.
The hero retains the wisdom gained on the quest, and decides share the wisdom with the rest of the world.
The hero receives support from a friend or mentor, helping the hero continue his journey.
The hero receives help from a guide or rescuer to help him return from his journey.
This subatomic particle is electrically neutral, and has a mass of 1 AMU
The nucleus has a ___________ electrical charge.
The electron cloud has a _______________ electrical charge.
What the nucleus and the electron contribute to the atom respectively.
This subatomic particle determines an element's identity.
This subatomic particle determines an element's reactivity.
An atom is mostly made of _______________.
This element has 8 protons, 8 neutrons, and 8 electrons
How does an atom get its mass?
What kind of particles are found in the cloud surrounding the nucleus?
Which equation below shows cellular respiration?
Where does the first stage occur in cellular respiration?
The reactants in cellular respiration are
Which organelle is responsible for releasing the majority of the energy from glucose, during the process of cellular respiration
What are the products for cellular respiration.
How are photosynthesis and cellular respiration related?
What is the overall purpose of photosynthesi and celluar respiration
When would fermentation take place
Cellular respiration occurs in what type of organisms
What happens during cellular respiration?
Where does stage 2 of cellular respiration occur
Where does Photosynthesis take place?
What are the product of photosynthesis?
What are the reactants to photosynthesis?
During the first phase of photosynthesis what occurs?
What is the role of chlorophyll in photosynthesis?
How does photosynthesis benefit heterotrophs?
How does the Carbon dioxide needed for photosynthesis enter the plant?
Which best describes the energy involvment in photosynthesis?
Which of the following is the correct equation for photosynthesis
What are the products of photosynthesis used for?
What is discovery?
How many peremptory challenges does each attorney get during a voir dire?
A mistrial may be declared in all of the following circumstances except
In which type of court are adoption cases heard?
Another name for an appellate court is a _______ court.
Which person in a trial maintains all of the evidence and court records?
What is the term of a Louisiana Supreme Court Justice?
A person wishing their case to be reviewed by the U.S. Supreme Court must send what document to the Court?
How many U.S. representatives are there in Congress?
Term which describes a jury being isolated from the public during the course of a trial.
Term of a U.S. Supreme Court Justice.
How many U.S. Supreme Court justices must agree to review a case in order for it to be considered by the Court?
Scientists divide animals into two groups. What are the groups?
How many body parts do spiders have?
Which of the following are NOT cold-blooded?
Which reptile does NOT lay eggs?
Mammals can do all of the following EXCEPT
The main bone that runs along the middle of the back is called the
The hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals without backbones is
These are organs for breathing found in fish and amphibians.
A simple, automatic behavior is a
This causes a behavior
The way a living thing acts is
An animal with a backbone that has a dry, scaly skin is called a/an
An animal with a backbone that lives part of its life in the water and part on land is a/an
This is the shedding of an animal's hard outer covering.
Which of the following is NOT an inherited trait?
Which of the following is NOT a learned trait?
Which category would a gerbil fit in?
Which category would a penguin fit in?
Which category would a salmon fit in?
Which category would a frog fit in?
What is it called when you choose one thing over another?
What is it called when there is only a limited amount of a resource?
What are the things that you can use like books, cars, and clothes called?
What are things that people have to have like food, sheler and clothing are called?
What are things that people would like to have such as books, iPads, and slides are called?
What is it called when someone does something for you like teaching you math or watching your dog?
What are people who make or grow something called?
What are people who buy or use things called?
What is it called when people use money as an exchange?
What is it called when the greater number (most people choose) has the greater power?
What is it caled when people compete for 1st place in an event?
What is it called when you give a portion of something to someone else?
What is it called when people are attended to based on the order that they arrive?
Native Americans did not have money, so how did they get the things they wanted or needed?
What is an example of bartering?
What is the benefit of saving your money?
What is the cost of saving your money (what did you give up from saving your money)?
What is the benefit of spending your money?
what is the cost of spending your money (what did you give up from spending your money)?
What is a control group?
What is a dependent variable?
What is an independent variable?
What is the main function of the Digestive System?
What is the main function of the Respiratory System?
What is the main function of the Circulatory System?
What is the main function of the Excretory System?
In the lung model lab what happened when we replaced the wider straw with a straw that has a smaller opening?
What organs are used in waste removal?
THe hypothesis to a lab was that plants grow faster in green light. Students observed the plants and recorded their observations. They oberveed that there was no change in the plants. What is the dependent variable in the experiment?
Scientists perform experiments to test hypotheses. How do scientists try to remain objective during experiments?
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Which has a greater rotational speed, a horse near the outside rail of a merry-go-round or a horse near the inside rail?
Power is defined as the ...
Stacy takes a slinky and shakes it from side to side. She has just made a _________ wave.
Electromagnetic waves are _____________.
A tin can whirled on the end of a string moves in a circle because ______________.
The unit of power is the ________________.
Josh takes a slinky and bunches up some of the coils and then lets go. He has just made a _____________ wave.
Electromagnetic waves ______________________.
Which has the greater linear speed, a horse near the outside rail of a merry-go-round or a horse near the inside rail?
Potential energy is the energy an object has because of its _________________.
From fossil skulls, scientists can reconstruct
Fossil evidence suggests that humans evolved in
Scientists who study fossil remains and identify extinct organisms are called
Which of the following CORRECTLY matches a part of the brain with its function?
If the evolutionary theory that organisms arise from a common ancestor is correct then,
Which of the following steps in human evolution appears to have occurred first?
The _____ of a primte, dolphin, or whale is much larger than this brain region in other mammals.
Which of the following is NOT evidence for the role of endosymbiosis in the origin of eukaryotes?
What term is given to the different factors that may affect the results of an experiment?
The sophisticated (complex) behavior of mammals and birds is directly related to
In this food chain, which organism is the herbivore? Grass п‚® Cricket п‚® Frog п‚® Snake п‚® Bacteria
What is the grass in this food chain? Grass п‚® Cricket п‚® Frog п‚® Snake п‚® Bacteria
A mouse eats both grass and grasshoppers. It is a _________________.
What must be present for producers to perform their role?
What is the primary source of energy in an ecosystem?
If 600 kCal of energy is in a deer, how much is available to the organism that eats it?
Which term includes all the others?
Cardinals and robins live in a forest. Which statement best identifies them?
Fungi break down dead plants and animals. Which of the following describes them.
Which of the following would have the fewest number of members in an ecosystem?
The control center of the cell is the
Osmosis is
In diffusion, random motion of molecules tends to move the molecules from where they are
What is the functioning unit of the kidney?
What is NOT a function of the human kidney?
What is one of the body's responses when the blood temperature goes below 37 degrees Celsius?
Which is the most acidic?
Hemoglobin is essential to blood because it combines readily with
Which is involved in human body temperature regulation?
In humans, air is drawn into and pumped out of the lungs by movements of the
The function of the alveoli of the lungs is to
The red blood cells are primarily responsible for
For an organism to be considered a pathogen, it must cause
Most chemical substances that help regulate growth, development, and cell activity are known as
Which hormone increases the amount of glucose in the blood?
Which is part of the body's nonspecific immunity against foreign invaders?
What actually causes the death of a person infected with the human immunodeficiency virus and who suffers from AIDS?
A hypothesis is most valuable in biology when it can be tested by
Which of the following pairs of terms in biology have the same meaning?
The basic unit of a nervous system is a
What is not a step in the scientific method?
Which means "an explanation of the results of your testing?"
Which means "seeing, hearing, smelling, touching or tasting?"
To test a hypothesis you would
Which is an example of a hypothesis
What is an experimental variable
Which of the following is a definition of an independent variable
Where do we find the variable we measure for change
Which of the following is an example of control vairables
What makes an experiment a valid one?
What do we use a line graph for?
What is a pie graph used for?
A weak relationship between variables will look ......
The entire world does not use the inch/pound method of reporting. Instead this is used ...
What property of matter is measured with a graduated cylinder?
Which of the following is incorrect?
Which is larger a milli, centi, or kilo?
What is the appropriate dress for the lab?
If there is an accident or problem in the lab you must
Which unit of measurement do the smallest marks on a meter stick measure?
On which planet would you weigh the most?
On which planet would you be nearest the sun?
Which is not in our solar system?
Which is a constellation?
What is a shooting star?
Which is the largest?
How long does it take light to travel from the sun to the earth?
How fast does light travel?
The revolution of the earth around the sun causes ___.
What causes a lunar eclipse?
A group of cells working together is called a ........
Which is the correct organization level of life?
The process of becomming more specifically oriented for a particular function
The smallest unit of life
This is the control center of the cell
Which of the following is NOT part of the cell theory
Cells were unknown until .....
A group of cells that can live on its own
A group of organs working together is called
Prokaryotes, unlike Eukaryotes, do not have ......
Which of the following is an example of a prokaryote
The mitochondria of the cell is responsible for
The organelle that holds all the genetic information is the
The part of a cell that regulates what goes in and out of the cell
This organelle makes protein for the cell
The following are found in the plant cell only
Which pigment is found in the chloroplast
Which organelle is used to package and transport objects in the cell
These are the hallways or passageways of the cell
This organelle disposes of cell waste while this organelle stores for the cell
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estudiar
the meeting
. . . el piano
. . . por teléfono
. . . los deportes
Very old
period of 100 years
a room or a group of offices
to come down
a way in or separate item in a list
inside part of something
come in without permission; not welcome
to find or to put in a place
part of a written work
a way through to pass
a part of the whole or a serving
very valuable or loved
deep pit where stone is cut
animal that is being hunted
slanted walk or roadway
having lots of room
outside layer or the top
What was Governor Lamar's policy toward the Native Americans?
Who was elected first president of the Republic of Texas?
Why was the US hesitant to annex Texas a a state?
When Sam Houston was elected as president in 1841, what were some of the problems he faces?
Who was the Cherokee leader that fought and died trying to keep his people's land from President Lamar's troops?
How did the republic of Texas provide religious freedom for it's citizens?
Why is 1845 significant?
Anson Jones was leader during the--
A major focus of Houston's administration in the newly formed Republic of Texas was-
Sam Houston opposed building a navy for Texas because he thought it would be--
What is the definition of ali/alter?
What is the definition of am/amor?
What is the definition of anthrop
What is the definition of arch?
What is the definition of carn?
What is the definition of civ?
What is the definition of clam/claim?
What is the definition of crat/cracy?
What is the definition of cred?
What is the definition of dent/dont?
What is the definition of derm?
What is the definition of fin?
What is the definition of flex/flect?
What is the definition of fort?
What is the definition of fract/frag?
What is the definition of frater/fratr?
What is the definition of hetero?
What is the definition of homo?
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Event held in 1881 and 1895; created to show the economic recovery and potential of the South after Reconstruction; tried to get businessmen to invest money in Georgia by building factories (industry).
Prominent black American, born into slavery, who believed that racism would end once blacks acquired useful labor skills and proved their economic value to society, was head of the Tuskegee Institute in 1881. His book Up from Slavery.
After gaining his freedom from slavery, he started a chain of barber shops and the Atlanta Life Insurance Company. At his death, he was the wealthiest African American in Atlanta.
First AA president for both Morehouse College and Atlanta University. Worked for social equality for African American through education. Supporter of DuBois
The first race riot to tfake place in the capital city of Georgia. The riot lasted from September 22 to September 24 and was the culmination of a number of factors, including lingering tensions from reconstruction, job competition, black voting righ
to deprive (Take away) of a franchise, of a legal right, or of some privilege or immunity; especially : to deprive of the right to vote.
to deprive (Take away) of a franchise, of a legal right, or of some privilege or immunity; especially : to deprive of the right to vote.
African American progressive who rejected the previous ideology of Booker T. Washington (who said that self-improvement/education comes first, and then whites will learn to accept blacks on their own)
created the first women-run social welfare agency for African Americans in GA. She supported not only suffrage for African Americans but for women as well.
(1896) Sup reme Court decision that created the separate but equal doctrine. As a result many states across the South had Jim Crow Laws. Separate water fountains, restrooms, entrances, segregated seating at movie theatres, etc. Most importantly,
one of the most notorious and highly publicized cases in the legal annals of Georgia. A Jewish man in Atlanta was placed on trial and convicted of raping and murdering a thirteen-year-old girl who worked for the National Pencil Company, which he mana
The Voice of the New South Journalist from Georgia who coined the phrase New South. Promoted his ideas through the Atlanta Constitution, as editor. He planned Atlanta's International Cotton Exposition
formed in 1892 by members of the Farmer's Alliance, this party was designed to appeal to workers in all parts of the country. Populists favored a larger role of government in American Society, a progressive income tax, and more direct methods of demo
Limited rights of blacks. Literacy tests, grandfather clauses and poll taxes limited black voting rights
Georgia's Best-Known Populist. He was 1st southern politician concerned about AA Farmers. Introduces Rural Free Delivery Bill. In 1905, he returned to Democratic party and becomes a white supremacist (felt lost election b/c of AA's)
three Georgia leaders; Joseph E. Brown, Alfred H. Colquitt, John b. Gordon who wanted to keep white supremacy. They also lowered taxes, reduced the war debts, and expanded business and industry.
Voting method that gave rural (sparsely populated) areas more power in GA than larger urban counties; violated the 14th Amendment; made unconstitutional in 1962.
works as a nurturer
The most important job in the community
determines the assignments for others
Jonas's sister
has red hair
Jonas's Best Friend
works at the department of Justice
member of the committee of Elders; he or she is elected every ten years
where Jonas wishes to escape to
kills babies that are not ready to enter the community
a euphemism for death
What Jonas's community attempts to achieve
annnounces assignments at the December Ceremonies
Has an elephant as her comfort object
the newchild cared for by Jonas's family
The name of the book is
The Giver's daughter
Volunteers at the house of the old
The hero leaves the known limits of his world and ventures into an unknown and dangerous realm.
The hero experiences adventure and perhaps danger as he or she returns to life as it was before the adventure
The goal of the quest is achieved.
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Photosynthesis is ..........
The reactants used in photosynthesis are
The products of photosynthesis are ...
Photosynthesis takes place in ......
Respiration is the process of ......
Respiration takes place in ......
Which type of cell(s) use respiration to produce carbon dioxide and water
What are the reactants for respiration?
What are the products of respiration?
Which cells do photosynthesis?
Which of the following pH values is a strong acid?
Which of the following pH values is a weak base?
Which of the following best describes an acid?
Pure water has a pH of
What is the acid in the equation: HCl + NaOH --> NaCl + HOH
Which of the following is a base?
A piece of litmus paper is placed in a solution and it turns red. The solution is most likely,
What is the base in the reaction: H2SO4 + 2 NaOH --> Na2SO4 + 2 H2O
What is the acid in the reaction: HNO3 + H2O --> NO3- + H3O+
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of an acid
When a cell produces half the number of chromosomes the process is called?
What means the study of how traits are passed from parents to offspring?
Which is the longest phase of the cell cycle
What are the phases of the cell cycle?
What is the shortest part of the cell cycle?
During this phase of mitosis, the chromosomes line up along the center of the cell
In the process of mitosis, these are formed
What are the four phases (in order) of mitosis
At the end of this phase the chromosomes are present, visible and duplicated. The nuclear envelope begins to disappear
At the end of meiosis there are
No definite shape or volume
no definite shape, definite volume
molecules are close together and vibrate
molecules are moving fast
Solid carbon dioxide (dry ice) changes phases from a solid to a gas
an ice cube turns into liquid water
salt is dissolved in water
a paper is torn in half
baking a cake
wood burns
Who is the author of the Iliad and the Odyssey
Who fought in the Peloponnesian Wars?
Which of the following was a scientist who specialized in levers and pulleys?
Which of the following is the chief god in Greek Mythology?
Which of the following was sentenced to death for
What body of wate borders Greece on the East?
The ep[ic poems, the Iliad and Odyssey, center on a war fought over the ancient city of
The Greek scientist who is considered the "father of medicine was
He wrote the Persian Wars and is considered the father of history
What is the Greek word that means "rule by the many"?
A car traveling at a constant speed and making a right hand turn also changes
The position of an object in motion is best described by
If you know the speed and the direction an object is traveling then you know its
Which of the following states the best type of reference point?
A car travels 250 kilometers in 5 minutes. How fast is the car moving?
What is the formula for speed
What is average speed?
In order to move a box across the carpet you will need to overcome
Little red riding hood travels to grandma's house 10 km away. If she travels a rate of 5 km/hour, how long will it take her to get to Grandma\'s?
What formula would you use to determine the distance if given time and speed?
A force is ....
What is friction?
Which of the following is NOT a type of friction
Friction is caused when ......
Which will reduce friction force?
Viscous friction is friction in the ____________, and with air friction ___________ is NOT possible.
The force that allows objects to orbit around a massive object is called
This measurement will change as you move from one gravitational strength to another
The strength of gravity on earth is .....
The ___________ of an object will never change.
Weight is dependent on these two things .....
This force opposes weight ........
How can we calculate the speed of an object that moves 5 kilometers in 2 hours.
A train is moving southwest at 65 km/hour. If it travels for 5 hours, how far will it go?
If the same train is moving at 50 km/hour in the same southwest direction, what is its velocity?
A book on a table is subject to a least three forces. They are
Velocity is ........
Gravitation force depends on .....
A vector is
Which of the following is not a force
What is a free body diagram?
If there is a change in motion of an object then the forces are said to be ,,,,,,
The force that opposses normal force is .......
The formula used to calculate weight is?
Net force is ........
The net force is 0 only at ....
Which is an example of INCREASING friction?
If there is a net force of 10 N an objects motion will .....
What are the units for force?
Which has more weight, an apple on the moon or on the earth
Acceleration can change in each of the following ways EXCEPT:
Acceleration has the units ....
Acceleration is best described as ...
When the net force on an object is equal to zero, the object is ...
The slope of a line in a position-time graph is ....
When the slope of a line is zero on a p-t graph ......
The slope of a line on a speed or velocity- time graph is .....
On a v-t graph a negative slope indicates
A straight horizontal line on a V-T graph indicates .....
A positively sloped line on a V-T graph indicates...
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A social studies teacher has asked the class to explain the Revolutionary War in a 10 slide presentation. What type of presentation would be best?
A social studies teacher has asked each student to recreate their summer vacation in an amusing 10 slide presentation. What type of presentation would be best?
During the creation of an individual slide, the teacher has asked you to speak about each bullet without the next bullet showing. What special effect is needed in creating that individual slide?
During the creation of a slide show, the teacher has asked you to enter each slide from the top. What special effect is needed?
During the creation of a 4th of July slide show, the teacher has asked you to include the American flag in the background. What special effect is needed?
Donna has determined who will be attending her presentation. She has sketched a presentation on paper to use as she produces it. Which step has been completed?
Kelly will use the American Heart Association symbol throughout her presentation. Which step has been completed?
What special effect is used to introduce each slide in a slide show?
Your teacher asked you to include the American flag in the background. What special effect is needed.
A social studies teacher has asked the class to debate whether the no gum policy is fain in a 10 slide presentation. What type would be best?
What combines text graphics, animation, video, and audio.
Ground movements that occur when blocks of rock in Earth move suddenly and release energy is a
A break in Earths crust along which blocks of rock move is a
Which type of stress is responsible for squeezing rocks as plates push together
Which type of stress is responsible for pulling rocks apart, stretching and thinning it in the middle
Area beneath Earth's surface where an earthquake originates where rock that is under stress breaks, triggering an earthquake
Shaking and trembling from the movement of rock beneath Earth's surface
First seismic wave to arrive, compress and expand the ground like an accordian
Seismic waves that vibrate from side to side as well as up and down; second seismic wave to arrive
Rating of an earthquake's magnitude based on the size of the earthquakes seismic waves
Point on the surface directly above the focus
Instrument that records an earthquake's seismic wave
Which wave is a transvers wave
What is the correct order of waves from fastest to slowest as they leave the focus
What type of fault occurs at a transform boundary
What type of fault occurs at a convergent boundary
What type of fault occurs at a divergent boundary
A giant sea wave produced from an earthquake is called
What is the minimum number of seismographic stations are needed to locate the epicenter of an earthquake
Where do most earthquakes occcur
What seismic wave can travel through solids and liquids
Soil is made up of pieces of rock, wood, decayed plants, and many other materials. What is soil?
What is a pure substance that can be separated by chemical means?
What is a pure substance that cannot be separated by chemical means?
The chemical formula for glucose is C6H12O6. How many different elements make up one molecule of glucose?
Made up of only one kind of atom or molecule and cannot be separated into its parts by physical means
A pure substance that forms when 2 or more elements join chemically
A combination of 2 or more substances that are not joined chemically.
Mixture that is evenly mixed
Mixture that is unevenly mixed
Small number written to the right of and slightly below a chemical symbol that says how many atoms of that element are in a molecule
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