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Flowering plants are called _____.
A _____ plant has tubelike cells.
An angiosperm that has one seed leaf is called a _____.
_____ plants are divided into flowering plants and nonflowering plants.
A _____ is a large, feathery leaf of a fern.
What is one difference between a moss and a fern?
What is a difference between moss and ferns?
What important contribution did Carolus Linnaeus make to biology?
What do conifers and ginkgo trees have in common?
An ingredient of soil is _____.
____ is made up of tubes, or vessels.
_____ contains the beggining plant and stored food.
_____ are spore cases on fern fronds.
_____ are root-like threads in moss.
_____ first classified plants and animals.
A(n) ____ is a beginning plant.
____ surrounds seeds of angiosperm.
_____ is a major group of gymnosperms.
A(n) _____ is a nonflowering seed plant.
A(n) ____ is what a seedless plant reproduces by.
A _____ has two cotyledons.
All _____ plants have true roots, leaves, and stems.
Grass, trees, and cacti all reproduce by _____.
Most of the plant matter in _____ is sphagnun moss.
A _____, such as a bean, has two seed leaves.
Ferns and mosses reproduce by _____.
The parts of a scientific name are ____ and ____.
The part of the plant where photosynthesis occurs is the _____.
The part of the plant cell that gives structure and support is the _____.
The part of the plant where food is broken down for energy is the _____.
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Name a Worldview that favors a constitutional democracy
In relation to the State a Christian should
Christians should obey government no matter what is asked.
God did not create the church and state as separate institutions as they exist today but as one institution.
A Christain is responsible to call the authorities to obey God.
Every Christian should run for state office and be directly involved in government
Christians should obey the state even if it contradicts God's Word.
The US is founded on a pure democracy.
Politics
Pure democracy
Constitutional democracy
Justice
Christians are called to obey God rather than man.
The principal reason for the state's existence is
Power corrupts, absolute power corrupts _______.
Why is Venus called Earth's twin?
What characteristic do all of the inner planets have in common that the outer planets don't exhibit?
The high temperature of Venus's surface is due to
It is difficult for astronomers to study Mercury because
Which of the following are in our solar system?
When our solar system was forming, what force caused the particles to clump together?
The Great Red Spot is
Which of the following is true about Mars?
What did Galileo observe in his telescope?
What is the difference between asteroids and comets?
Which of the following best describes a meteor?
Gravity on the Moon is less than on Earth because
Carmela____________al tenis.
Mi primo es atlético. Yo y él ___________al baloncesto todos los días
Raquel, ¿tú ___________el area de San Diego?
¿Para qué equipo de voleibol ________________tú?
Yo _______las direcciónes de tu casa.
Nosotros _______al fútbol americano en el campo
María no _______________a tu hermano.
Mis padres ___________como _____________al tenis
Mario y Juan ____________las culturas de muchos países.
Yo quiero__________a las cartas
Which of these objects is the largest?
Scientists once believed that the structure of the universe had changed very little. Which statement best supports the theory that the universe is constantly changing?
In 2004 the Hubble space telescope captured images of distant star clusters, each containing about a million stars. These star clusters were most likely part of which structure?
Astronomers measure distances using very large units called light years. Which distance between celestial objects would most likely be measured in light years?
A student observes a glowing band across the night sky. This glowing band is most likely
What type of galaxy is the Milky Way?
Structures in the universe are grouped into large systems, each of which are made up of smaller systems. Which of the following is the largest system of which Earth is only a very small part?
An object has passed near Earth many times on a cycle that repeats about every 75 years. Which statement best describes this object?
Great distances in space are measured in
Phobos is one of two large objects that orbit the planet Mars. Because Phobos orbits Mars, Phobos should be classified as which type of body?
Which gas present in the atmosphere of Mars is the primary gas found in the atmosphere of Earth?
12. How many times does the Moon rotate on its axis during a lunar month?
The Moon is in orbit around Earth. What keeps the Moon from changing its orbit?
The planets in the Solar System revolve around the Sun because the Sun is
Which of the following allows the planets to stay in orbit?
A “shooting star” is
Which of these locations in the solar system contains the most asteroids?
Over the past few centuries, comets have occasionally been observed in the sky. What is one difference between comets and the Moon?
Which of these best describes when a lunar eclipse will occur?
Which moon phase occurs approximately 14 days after a full moon
Approximately how many times will Earth rotate during one revolution around the Sun
Which of these occurs due to the rotation of Earth?
What is the major cause of seasonal changes?
How many degrees is Earth tilted?
If Earth revolved at a faster rate, what would most likely occur?
An object has passed near Earth many times on a cycle that repeats about every 75 years. Which statement best describes this object?
Which of these locations in the solar system contains the most asteroids?
Over the past few centuries, comets have occasionally been observed in the sky. What is one difference between comets and the Moon?
Which of the following allows the planets to stay in orbit?
How many times does the Moon rotate on its axis during a lunar month?
Sue is copying Alice’s homework. Sue offers to let you copy too. You decline. You are showing −
Mr. Jones left Danny in charge of the cash box at the county fair. What trait had Danny shown to be left in charge?
Your neighbors hire you to care for their dog while they are gone for the weekend. This is an example of −
As John was coming out of the store, he held the door for an elderly woman who was coming inside. What trait did John demonstrate?
Completing your homework before it is due is an example of −
Responsibility, accountability, and self-reliance are primary examples of−
Shauna is late for work, so she drives very fast and runs a red light. Shauna is demonstrating a lack of −
Before the start of a baseball game, John stood up, took off his hat, and sang the national anthem. What trait did he demonstrate?
Suzanne walked with her grandfather in a Veterans Day parade, holding a flag and singing the national anthem. What trait did she demonstrate?
When someone practices thoughtful decision-making in personal, financial and civic matters, they are demonstrating -
Effective participation in civic life may include formulating questions, analyzing information from a variety of sources, expressing a position, and -
“The ignorance of one voter in a democracy harms the security of all.” This quote from President John F. Kennedy indicates the importance of individuals demonstrating thoughtful and effective participation in civic life by being –
You could expect the mood of a mystery novel to be very
What was Pap's motive for getting Huck back home?
The moral of a story is the __________ to be learned.
In Huck's story, he is the narrator or the _____________________.
Which of the following shows the correct order of events in the plot?
Passages told from the narrator's point of view using I, me, my are
When an outside narrator (who is not a character) refers to those in the story as he, she, they, them...
Which of the following is the correct sequence of events from Huck's story?
Which of the following is a symbol of Huck's independence?
Setting relates to both
Which of the following could NOT be a theme of Huck?
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to advocate a principle
alleged guilt
to manipulate controls
to miscontrue my reason
a treasonous conspiracy
ominous events
a program's culmnation
his preposterous tale
lethal gas
their uncanny resemblance
The flow of energy is about...
What is the relationship between a cleaner fish and a shark?
If you drew a graph that showed biotic potential in a population, how would the graph look?
What are the species of plants that are best suited for a given area?
What takes place after a major disturbance to the biological community in a stable ecosystem?
What is an organism the is introduced to an area that is not native?
What does
What is the niche of an organism?
What is the relationship between a sea anemone and a clown fish?
What would be an example of a limiting factor?
Which one of these is not biotic?
What are three ways consumers get their energy?
When organisms interact, competition is when...
Which organisms have a parasitical relationship?
Which one is not a limiting factor?
Which of these statements is true?
Succession is...
What is Integrated Pest Management?
Which isn't a method to get rid of pests?
What is a watershed?
acid rain
landlocked
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nuclear power
peninsula
physical map
political map
population density
smog
invest
Which word means to command or invite someone to do something?
Which word means quick, light, or agile in movement or action?
Which word means stealing valuable items
Which word means to complain about something in a bad-tempered but quiet way?
Which word means to search carefully for something while making a mess?
Which word means an angry dispute or disagreement?
Which word means to bite something by grinding the teeth?
Which word means a mess?
Which word means not invited or asked?
Which word means courage and boldness, as in battle; bravery?
Which of the following has particles that are really close together that vibrate in place?
Which of the following has particles that move really fast and are far apart?
Which of the following has particles that are near each other and move past each other slowly?
Which of the following doesn't change shape or volume?
Which of the following changes shape, but not volume?
Which of the following changes both shape and volume?
What is the transition called when a solid changes directly into a gas?
What is the transition called when a liquid changes into a gas?
What is the transition called when a gas changes into a liquid?
What is added to or taken away from a substance to make it change from one state of matter to another?
Which of the following is NOT one of the three main parts of an atom?
Which of the following has a positive charge?
Which of the following has a negative charge?
Which of the following has no electric charge?
Which of the following orbits around the nucleus of an atom?
Which of the following is made up of two or more atoms bonded together?
Which of the following is the amount of space something take up?
Which of the following is the amount of matter in something?
Which of the following is the amount of mass in a specific volume?
Which of the following contains most of an atom's weight?
Which of the following is the correct formula to determine density?
If an object has a mass of 3 grams and a volume of 6 milliliters, what will its density be?
If an object has a mass of 2 grams and a volume of 1 milliliter, what will its density be?
Objects A and B have the same mass, but object B is bigger and has more volume. How does the density of object A compare with the density of object B?
If oil floats on water, what do we know about its density?
An object has a mass of 5 grams and a volume of 5 milliliters, what will its density be?
You put a can of Coke and a can of Diet Coke into a bowl of water and you notice that the Coke sinks while the Diet Coke floats. How do their densities compare?
Water has a density of 1 g/ml. Will an object that has a density of 3 g/ml sink or float in water? Why or why not?
Water has a density of 1 g/ml. Will an object that has a density of 0.8 g/ml sink or float in water? Why or why not?
Why does ice float on liquid water?
People who lived in the 1700’s sometimes lived in caves instead of houses.
People who lived in the 1700’s sometimes used straw or feathers to make beds.
Most houses in the 1700’s did not have a fireplace.
Houses in the 1700’s could be a cave, a one story or two story house.
Very few houses in the 1700’s had tables, chairs, sofas, clocks and mirrors.
Bedrooms in the 1700’s had a curtain around the bed to keep them warm during the night.
Men in the 1700’s would make candles and soap.
Women in the 1700’s did the hunting.
Young girls in the 1700’s learned to weave thread into cloth.
People in the 1700’s used to thing that laziness was a sin because there was always work to be done
What was the capital of the Eastern Empire of Rome in 395 AD
First great leader of the Byzantine Empire
Under whose rule did the great Iconoclastic Controversy began
Invaded Byzantine Empire from the North
What was the Byzantine church's greatest contribution to civilization
Why did the Eastern and Western Churches
What emperor attempted to save the empire from the Turkish invasions by appealing to the West for help
Known as the Apostle to the Slavs
Which crusade sacked Constantinople
Greatest achievement of Byzantine architecture
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How well an organism can survive and reproduce in its environment.
True or False: A scientific theory is not accepted as fact.
17% is equivalent to:
What is 10% as a fraction in simplest form?
What is 3% as a decimal?
What is a shortcut for writing a percent as a decimal?
Choose the correct way to write 55% as a decimal
How would you write 0.74 as a percent?
How would you write 3.68 as a percent?
Which on does not belong with the other three?
Which is 98% as a fraction in simplest form?
Thirty-six percent of the songs on your MP3 player are pop songs. What is this percent as a decimal?
What is 25% of 16?
El tocino es una _________.
El refresco es una __________.
Juan come un bocadillo de ______ y queso.
El huevo es una comida del ________.
El helado es un __________.
Tomo mi cereal con __________.
Tomo una _______ de café antes de ir a la escuela.
Los alumnos toman el ___________ en la escuela.
Tengo _____. Necesito agua.
Ella come ensaladas de lechuga y ______.
All of the following are evolutionary events that occurred in plants EXCEPT
Mosses are
Which generation is dominant in mosses?
Spores are produced by
The first stage of gametophyte generation in mosses is the
The female gametophyte of mosses and ferns is called the
What do mosses and ferns require for reproduction?
Ferns differ from mosses in that they contain/produce
The spore of a fern germinates into a
The sporangia of ferns are contained in the
Who is known as the 'father of assembly line'?
What did Thomas Edison use for running electric current in his light bulb?
How is steel produced?
What invention by Alexander Graham Bell improved communication in the United States?
What did the Sherman Anti-trust Act say?
Standard Oil was owned by what man?
Why did workers form unions?
What did the Interstate Commerce Act of 1887 do?
Who ran Tammany Hall?
This person drew political cartoons of Uncle Sam, Republicans and Democrats
What happened at Ellis Island?
What were three reasons why people came to America?
What were some of the difficulties faced by immigrants?
Why did prejudice towards immigrant groups grow?
In what area of the United States did many Asian immigrants settle?
Which parts of Europe did the “Old Immigrants” come from?
Which parts of Europe did the “New Immigrants” come from?
How many people arrived in the United States between 1840 and 1920?
What is the name of the center where immigrants entered on the west coast?
Who named the Gilded Age?
What do gymnosperms and angiosperms have in common?
In gymnosperms the microspores develop into
The gametophyte generation in conifers is contained in
Which generation is dominant in gymnosperms?
What term is used to describe a plant that has male and female gametophytes on separate plants?
Angiosperms are divided into which two classes?
A cotyledon is
How many seeds leaves does a eudicot have?
The female part of a flower is called the
The male part of a flower that produces pollen is the
A basic principle of our political system is the “rule of law”. This means that −
Limited Government, Rule of Law, Consent of the Governed, Democracy... Which fundamental political principal is missing?
In this system of government, the people rule.
In this system of government, citizens vote to elect officials to represent them.
Senator Joe Smith was fined for speeding. Which fundamental political principle applies in this situation?
WE THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, is a quote from the -
Purposes of U.S. Government: Promote the general welfare, ensure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, form a more perfect union, establish justice, and -
The Preamble to the Constitution can best be described as –
The Preamble to the Constitution of the United States describes the –
All are goals of the Constitution of the United States except –
What important document defines the amendment process to the U.S. Constitution?
Congress may propose a constitutional amendment. Who then must ratify it?
How can the Constitution of VIRGINIA be amended?
If the amendment process had not been established, what would have been the impact on the Constitution of the United States?
A 175 kg ball moves with a speed of 25 m/s to the right. The ball collides with a second 185 kg ball moving in the same direction with a speed of 22 m/s. After the collision, the speed of the 185kg ball is 18 m/s to the right. New of 175kg ball?
A car of mass 750 kg travels at 40 m/s to the right. The car collides with a 1200 kg truck which is traveling at 35 m/s to the right. The two interlock as a result of the collision. What is the final velocity of the car-truck system?
A train of mass 200 kg moves with a velocity of 100 m/s to the right. The train collides with a car of mass 50 kg which is stopped on the track. After the collision, the train comes to a stop. Solve the final velocity of the car.
Tony Siragusa has a mass of 154 kg and runs with a velocity of 2 m/s. He hits 91 kg Joe Namath who is running towards him with a velocity of 4 m/s. Solve for the final velocity of the entangled players.
A 90 kg student and 60 kg student are on roller skates at rest; face to face. After they push off from each other the 90 kg student moves to the left with a velocity of 3 m/s. Solve for the final velocity of the 60 kg student.
A 92 kg fullback, running at 5.0 m/s, attempts to dive directly across the goal line for a touchdown. Just as he reaches the line he is met head-on by two 150-kg linebackers moving at 2.0 m/s. Solve for the velocity of the entangled players.
During a collision, the forces on the objects are...
Which has more momentum?
A 20 g bullet hit a target and slows to a stop from a velocity of 2500 ft/s in .3 seconds. Which what force does the bullet his the target?
A 1650 kg car travels with a velocity of 30 miles/hour and hits a wall. The wall applies a force and causes the car to travel backwards at a speed of 2 mph in 0.5 seconds. What force does the wall apply on the car?
The Virginia Declaration of Rights was used as a model for the –
All are characteristics of the Articles of Confederation except –
Be it enacted by the General Assembly, That no man shall be compelled to frequent or support any religious worship, place, or ministry…
The Virginia Declaration of Rights is to the Virginia Constitution as the Bill of Rights is to the -
The first form of national government for the colonies was the −
The Virginia Declaration of Rights, the Declaration of Independence, and the Articles of Confederation are all -
These five basic freedoms of Americans: freedom of the press, freedom of religion, freedom of assembly, freedom of speech, and freedom to petition the government, are protected by what?
The Charters of the Virginia Company of London established –
Which document stated grievances against the King, affirmed the unalienable rights, and established the idea that all people are equal under the law?
The Bill of Rights is important because it–
Which document failed as our first form of government because it established a weak central government?
Thomas Paine’s “Common Sense” papers described the reasons why America should be independent from Britain. What other document identified these reasons?
What document establishes the structure of the U.S. government, affirms individual worth and dignity of all people, and guarantees equality under the law?
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Archaeologists
Native Americans
Century
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Which of these describes a pharoah?
What was the purpose of heiroglyphs?
Which of these are are a group of people who lived in Egypt?
Which of these groups are nomadic herders who travel throughout deserts of Egypt and Southwest Asia?
Which of these is NOT a country of North Africa?
What does the word Sahara mean in Arabic?
What are the great "seas" of sand dunes that stretch across the sahara called?
What are the broad, windswept gravel plains of the Sahara called?
What are the very low areas of the Sahara known as?
Which of these is a finely ground soil that is good for growing crops?
What is a tissue?
Which of these describes an organ?
What do organ systems do?
Which of these definitions describe an organism?
Which of these describes multicellular organisms?
What is a group of organisms that are the same kind and live in the same area make up a .....
Two or more different populations living in the same area make up a ....
The community and all of the living things that affect it make up the ...
Which of these describes a unicellular organism?
Which of these is an organ?
express
insure
Reference number
condition
collisions
destination
documents
Reschedule
Courteous
Employees
The study of how living things interact?
The source of energy for all life on earth?
An example of a biotic factor in a forest ecosystem is?
In an energy pyramid the bottom represents?
An ecosystem is made up of?
Both consumers and producers are a source of food for?
An example of a biotic factor in a pond ecosystem is?
An example of a producer is?
A scientist who studies the interactions of plants and animals is called?
Two examples of decomposers are?
Which of these is the definition of dynasty?
Which of these is the title of the person who ruled Ancient Egypt completely?
What was the name of the Egyptian writing symbol?
What is the name of the paperlike material that the Egyptians used to write on?
A stone that was discovered by a French soldier that allowed scholars to translate the Egyptian Heiroglyphics
What are the tombs called that were built for Pharoahs over 4000 years ago?
What is the name of the sculptures built by the Egyptians that had a lion's body and a human head?
What did the Egyptians do with their dead rulers since they believed the body is needed in the afterlife
Where did the sphinxes stand gaurd?
What major landmark did the great ancient Egyptian Kingdoms develop?
Kes on väikseim imetaja Eestis?
Kes neist on mäletseja?
Eesti suurim imetaja on ...
Kes magab talveund?
Kelle pesa on vees?
Kes orienteerub kuulmise abil?
Kelle põhitoit on kalad?
Kes on looduskaitse all?
Mis on mägra rahvapärane nimi?
Kes on ondatra?
term for image destroyer
defenders of Christian faith
coverts
men appointed to carry out God's work
underground tunnels
Anointed One
Greek term for witness when in the face of torture or death
Emperor during the first major persecution of Christians by the Romas
Slave girl who was tortured from morning until night
Initiated the tenth and greatest persecution
What organism, other than amoebas, eats cyanobacteria?
What is a good example of mutualism?
What is an example of a Tertiary Consumer?
What is an example of a Secondary Consumer?
What is an example of a Decomposer?
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What is the most logical order of food from producers to consumers below?
What example below would be parisitism?
what example from below would be mutualism?
Whic from below would be a list of abiotic factors?
What from below is a biotic factor?
What from below is a prouducer?
What from below is the source of all energy?
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Oral evidence to “fill in the gaps” of a contract with incomplete terms can be introduced at a trial.
Grandiloquent Properties, Inc., and Investment Capital Corporation enter into a con¬tract for a sale of land. To be enforceable, the contract must be in writing if the land is valued at
Garden Yard Landscaping and Penelope enter into an oral contract under which she agrees to work on a Garden Yard project on Valley Country Club’s golf course for sixteen months. This con¬tract is enforceable by
Natalie agrees to be a third party in a contract to Consumer Credit Corporation. Natalie does not get any personal benefit for the agreement. To be enforceable, the prom¬ise must be in writing if the debt is for
Clay buys an MP3 player for $200 and a pair of stereo speakers for $600 from a Discount City store, and downloads $300 worth of digital music from E-Music.com. To be enforceable, the contract that must be in writing is the purchase of
MMI and NFC discuss the terms of a contract. MMI faxes NFC a memo with MMI letterhead that summarizes the items on which they agreed including a two-year term. Macro begins, but NFC refuses to pay. The transaction falls within...
Between MMI and NFC, there is
Radford and Serenity sign a written contract for the sale of Rad’s Coffee Bagels business to Serenity. The parties intend their written contract to be a final statement of the terms of their agreement. The writing that Radford/Serenity signed is
Muscles responsible for breathing and digesting food-
The force that moves your bones-
What attaches muscles to bone?
Makes up the walls of stomach and blood vessels-
Which type of muscle tissue does not tire out easily?
The contraction of the biceps causes -
The function skin is to -
The skin produces _____________in sunlight
The outermost layer of the skin is called the -
The cells in the epidermis are -
Pigment that gives skin its color -
The lower layer of the skin is known as -
The dermis contains -
Opening in the skin are known as -
Hair within the dermis is known as -
One of the easiest ways to keep your skin healthy is -
Acne is -
Which of these is NOT a function of the skeletal system?
Vertebrae are -
Your bones store -
How much of your body weight is bone?
Underneath the membrane of bone lies -
Underneath compact bone lies -
The spaces in bone contain-
Produces your red blood cells-
Stores fat-
Connective tissue that is flexible which cushions your joints-
A place where bones meet
Allow the body to have a wide range of movements
Holds joints together-
A condition where bones become breakable
What is a fracture?
When ligaments stretch too far and tear this is called a -
When bones come out of joint this is known as a -
A form of energy that travels in rays used to see bones
A way to take pictures of soft tissue is using a MRI machine MRI stands for -
Muscles that are under conscious control are known as -
In terms of new product development, firms have two options: 1) find new customer markets to serve or 2) develop new products to offer current markets.
Live streaming of games and events is being offered on the Internet in both free and for-pay business models.
Broadcasters inject their own personalities into fans' experiences of listening or watching sporting events and therefore can be effective in marketing campaigns.
A fireworks show after a minor league baseball game is an example of the core product.
A restaurant instead of regular concession stands at a sports property adds value in the form of quality and food variety, and it represents an augmented product offering.
The more complex an innovation, the less likely consumers will adopt it and the riskier it is for a sports property.
In sports marketing, the term product is used to describe all of the following except a(n)
For a sports property, the tangible component of the product that is offered to consumers is the
The following can be used by the Miami Heat basketball team to make the service more tangible except the
Because of Jeremy's job, he cannot always attend Denver Broncos football games or watch them on TV. Which of the following would most likely enable Jeremy to watch ongoing Broncos games from his computer at work?
Which of the following is most likely considered the next frontier of digital sports products?
How do smartphone apps primarily benefit sports properties?
Personalities associated with a sports property include the following except
The levels of a product include the following except
In the next advertising campaign, Erin plans to focus on the basic benefit provided by the sports team for which she is marketing director. This is an example of the ________ product level.
In the next advertising campaign, Jeff plans to focus on the value-added features of the sports team for which he is marketing director. This is an example of the ________ product level.
Anna is responsible for developing a new advertising campaign for a football team. She believes focusing on the fun and excitement of being in the stands with other fans who wear the same orange t-shirts on game day. This is an example of the _______
The following statements about augmented products are true except that they
Dylan believes by adding a tailgating area near the college football stadium, attendance at games and fan involvement will increase. This is an example of the ________ product level.
In terms of using the levels of a product to create customer value, the ________ level is involved in the delivery of the product.
If there are 45 alleles for brown eyes in a population of 215, what is the allele frequency for brown eyes?
True or False: Allele frequency must stay the same for evolution to occur.
Which of the following is not a source of genetic variation?
Antibiotics are used to treat
The flu is able to evolve due to
Random change in allele frquency.
Which of the following could trigger a bottleneck effect?
An example of speciation caused by timing differences in reproduction.
From where is it believed the finches on the Galapagos Islands came from?
True or False: A population that is in genetic equilibrium is evolving.
New species will form when they
True or False: Mutations are very common.
Translating product levels into managerial decisions involves the following except
Translating product levels into managerial decisions is an important exercise for marketers. When it comes to the augmented level of a product, marketers must be willing to
The definition of innovation applied to sports products is the ability to
Continuous and dynamically continuous innovations are considered evolutionary because they
Discontinuous innovations are considered revolutionary because they
In sports, an example of a ________ is the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).
Mark doesn't see arena football as fitting into his idea of how football should be played, so he has no desire to even go to a game. This is the ________ element of innovation adoption.
For innovations in sports, an excellent way to encourage trial usage is to use
Alexis has been charged with the responsibility of marketing a product innovation. The logical starting place is
In terms of brand leveraging strategies, Kristen has decided to market her women's basketball team by reaching out to fans of men's basketball. This illustrates which approach of connecting target markets to product innovations?
Which strategy for connecting target markets with product innovations is most likely the riskiest?
Which of the following is not a continent Darwin visited on his voyage on the Beagle?
An example of Darwin's pattern of biodiversity of species varying locally.
Provided Darwin the time needed for evolution to occur.
A red lizard on green grass would have
Artificial selection
If 2 different organisms had very few differences in their DNA, what claim could be made?
True or False: Every scientific test to date has proven Darwin's theory of evolution correct.
Which of the following would produce evolutionary change fastest?
Which of the following is an example of an analogous structure for a human arm.
Which land dwelling mammal is believed to be most closely related to modern day whales?
The age of the Earth.
According to the Principle of Common Descent
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Church known for its use of the Greeek liturgy
Known for his law code based on Christianity
Council which rejected the teaching of Arianism, a false doctrine which denied the deity of Christ
Made Christianity the only legal religion of the Roman Empire
Extended legal protection and recognition to Christians throughout the empire with the Edict of Milan
Early church father who declared The blood of the martyrs is the seed of the church
Wrote the Lation Vulgate (common vernacular)
Wrote City of God the first systematic Christian philosophy of history
Two Byzantine missionaries
Conquered Byzantium
First plan of government that the colonies agreed upon
Father of the Constitution
last state to ratify the Constitution
which of the following terms mean a list of specific powers to be exercised by the Federal Government
How many amendments are in the Bill of Rights
passes the laws
led the fight for separation of church and state in Massachusetts
published Democracy in America
The colony that set the outstanding example for religious freedom n early America
What is known as the supreme law of the land
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What is the job of the Executive Branch?
What is the system that keeps one branch of government from overpowering another branch?
The President is the head of which branch of government?
How many years is the President\'s term of office?
What is the job of the Legislative Branch?
What is the job of the Judicial Branch?
How many amendments are their in the Bill of Rights?
What is the beginning of the Constitution called?
Who is the head of the Judicial Branch?
What was the purpose of the Bill of Rights?
Who took a slice of cork and saw little boxes he would call cells in 1665?
What German botanist said all plants were made out of cells?
What German doctor figured out that cells come only from other cells?
Who was the Dutch microscope maker that was the first person to see living cells?
Who was the German zoologist that said all animals were made of cells?
All living things are made of __________________ cells.
Cells are an organism's basic units of strucuture and ___________.
Cells only come from __________.
Cells were named after what rooms?
A unicellular organism is made up of how many cells?
What is the subatomic particle that has a mass of 1AMU and no charge?
An atom with a net charge of zero has an atomic mass of 14, and 7 electrons. How many neutrons does it have?
An atom has three valence electrons. It can be found in group number
An atom with 14 electrons, 15 protons and 16 neutrons has a mass of
This subatomic particle is responsible for chemical bonding between elements.
This subatomic particle is the same number as the atomic number on the periodic table. If an atom gains or loses one of these, it becomes a new element.
A Bohr model for carbon would contain which of the following numbers of subatomic particles?
Which atom has more mass?
An atom with 4 electron rings and 1 valence electron is
The nucleus of the atom is made up of these two subatomic particles.
Huge financial resources are a:
Poor decision making is a:
Unrest among employees is a:
A broad product line is considered a:
Favorable Lifestyle Trends are a:
Depreciating equipment is a:
Committed employees is a:
New markets are considered to be a:
High employee turnover is a:
Price wars are considered to be a:
Elements that are lined up horizontally on the periodic table are called
Elements that are lined up vertically on the periodic table are called
Nitrogen will chemically react just like what other element?
Elements in period 3 are all similar in that they all have
Elements in group 2, the alkaline earth metals, all are similar in that they
The elements in group 18 are called the noble gases because they don't react with other elements. A term that can be used to describe unreactive is
An element's chemical reactivity with other elements depends on that atom's
An element located in period 3, group 2 will have a Bohr model that shows
The element that has 3 rings and 6 valence electrons is
Which of the following is a noble gas?
The year Gregor Mendel began experimenting was
Known as the father of genetics
Mendel experimented with pea plants to understand heredity, which is
Mendel studied pea plants because -
He began his first experiment with two____________ plants, their genotypes being________
The other traits Mendel studied were-
Factors that control traits and exist in pairs are called ___________. Each parent contributes one ____________.
______ alleles always show themselves and use ______ letter, but ______ alleles only show if two of the same are present and use ______ letter.
In pea plants:
A ________ plant has two capital or lowercase letters (TT or tt). A ______ has a capital and a lowercase letter (Tt).
Probability is the likelyhood that a particular event will occur. In genetics, probability can be used to-
During a coin toss experiment, each toss is independent. This means that the probability of landing on heads is always-
A _______________ can be used to chart probabilities.
_______ is the physical appearance of an organism, while ______ is the gene combination.
_____________ is when you have two identical alleles. Examples are ______
______________ is when you have two different alleles. An example is ____
Choose the answer that best describes codominance -
An example of codominance is -
A cross between two heterozygous parents (Bb). The probability of a child having the bb genotype is-
A cross between two heterozygous parents (Ss). The probability of a child having the same PHENOTYPE as the parents-
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The official student association that provides Trade and Industrial Education students an opportunity to develop leadership skills is known as:
Before acting on a solution one should ALWAYS:
Which one of he following is among the common goals of conducting a meeting?
Sometimes your speech can be complex. In such a case, before you end your speech, your main point should be:
The reason we use parliamentary procedure to conduct meetings is to:
Once you make a motion, you should wait for it to be:
The exploration of all possible solutions is a/an:
Observation and evaluation of results:
In parliamentary procedure, which type of motion must be voted on before the main motion?
Parliamentary procedure assures that everyone is treated fairly through a majority of rules. This is an example of being:
It is important to follow a formal problem solving method because it:
Input includes
When it comes to parliamentary procedure, and the chair asks, 'Is the membership ready for the question?', he or she is really asking the group if they are ready to:
An electrician has acted on a chosen solution to a problem what would the next step be?
After a mechanic has clearly defined the problem with a vehicle, the next step would be to:
Before exploring possible solutions you should:
The best use of any problem solving model ends with:
In problem solving, the process of acting on a solution occurs after:
After you clearly define a problem, you should:
When someone is conducting an effective meeting, they should make each person believe that they are speaking:
When it comes to parliamentary procedure, if no one seconds your motion, then it is considered to be:
A workable solution to a clearly defined problem is:
During problem exploration it is important to:
What is the first step in problem solving?
The clear definition of a problem is a/an:
After acting on the best solution, you should:
When it comes to parliamentary procedure, before you can make a motion you must:
If desired results are the input, then actual results are the
What would you do after exploring all possible solutions to a problem?
For a database, all information about one 'person' or a row is known as what?
What is accomplished by using a database and word processor together?
For a database, what represents all the same type of data and is a column heading?
How does an engineer represent a system of electronic components?
What is used to automate repetitive calculations?
To automate the management of different types of data, one would use:
For presentation software, when you are able to go from an slide to any other slide, then the presentation is said to be:
A device that can detect the absence or presence of a condition is known as a/an:
Which software type is useful for integrating different types of media together?
Electrical current flows from:
Background information is included in what section of the technical report?
What does the element section of the technical report relay to the reader?
The description of the research and the design process is included in which element of a technical report?
The failure to credit resources in a technical report is known as:
Information can be inter:
The importance about the results of a technical report is included in what section?
Tables and graphs should be included in what section of the technical report?
The documentation of sources within report is included in which element?
The method component of the technical report describes which of the following?
The use of visual aids in a technical report is permitted when it meets the following criteria:
Which Component establishes the relationship between the results and the research question?
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Which of the following does not appear in the upper left hand corner of the first page?
The title of your paper should be
Which key should you use to indent?
The header should appear in the ________ __________ corner of your paper.
Which of the following academic fields does not use MLA style?
Lines in MLA papers should be _____________ spaced ?
Which two items should appear in the header of a MLA paper?
Margins for a MLA paper should be ____ inch on all sides
Which of the following is the most commonly used font in MLA style?
What does the acronym MLA stand for?
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2.Къде възниква ренесансът?
3.Кога ренесансът достига най-големия си разцвет?
4.Кой е първият етап?
5.През коя година се възражда Платоновата академия в Кареджи
6.Кои години обхваща Ранният Ренесанс?
7.През кой век е Късният Ренесанс?
8.Кой е бил приет за родоначалник на епохата на Ренесанса
9.Кога започва Ренесансът в архитектурата?
10.Кой е бил най-известният архитект на Късния Ренесанс?
11.Кои жанрове на светското музикално изкуство се появяват в Испания?
12.През кои години е Зрелият Ренесанс?
Under the Statute of Frauds, any contract that is not in writing is void.
A contract involving a lease is the only contract relating to an interest in land that must be in writing to be enforceable.
A contract that by its own terms cannot be performed within a year must be in writing to be enforceable.
If a contract to do something in certain intervals over a period of less than one year is not in writing, it is not enforceable.
To be enforceable, a contract for a sale of goods priced at $50 or more must be in writing.
An oral contract for a sale of land may be enforceable if the contract has been partially per¬formed.
There are no exceptions to the Statute of Frauds.
Parol evidence includes testimony of communications between the parties that is not contained in the contract itself.
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Who was the Greatest Sunday School Missionary?
Who went looking for gold and found a pass over the Rocky Mountains?
Who took the United States into war with England?
Who did not keep a treaty with the Cherokee?
What is the main subject of The Star Spangled Banner
What war ended with a treaty?
What group of people followed Joseph Smith, the man who said an angel gave him some teachings to add to the Bible?
Where did many of Joseph Smith\'s followers live?
What was the name given to the difficult westward journey by the Cherokee Indians?
What were the fory niners looking for?
Developed the term atom
Is the father of Modern Day atomic theory
Discovered Electrons
Discovered the nucleus
Came up with the Planetary Model
Current Model used today
Positive Particle of an Atom
Neutral Particle of an Atom
Negative Particle of an Atom
Smaller Particle that makes up protons and neutrons
impressive credentials
morbid interest
cumbersome loads
to be the plaintiff
tha genial person
her prospective inheritance
to plan a hoax
the needed quorum
accused of larcency
the superfluous amount
proportional distribution of congressional seats among the states
drawing boundaries so as to puroposely favor the party in power
three leadership positions required in Congress by the Constitution
A private meeting of politcal party members to decide on policy or to choose candidates
an attemp to kill a bill by stalling the vote it
the congressional monitoring of the bureaucracy to make sure that the laws are being faithfully executed
Which of the following is not a power of Congress?
Which of the following is a power of Congress?
legislative powers which are not specifically stated in the Constitution
another name for the necessary and proper clause
The smallest unit of structure and function in a living thing is called
A tissue is a group of similar________ working together
An organ is a group of different__________working together
A group of different tissues working together to do a spcecial job is called
Your heart and lungs are examples of an
many organs working together to do a special job form an
The job of the circulatory system is to bring ________ to all cells in the body
The job of the circulatory system is to bring ________ to all cells in the body
A living thing that carries out its owen life activities is called an
All the organ system work together to allow the _________ to live
storage space for food, water and, waste
transports the materials throughout the cell
Regulates interactions between the cell and the environment - seperates cell from surrounding environment
tough, rigid outer coverings that protects the cell and gives it shape
Gives cell the energy it needs
Makes protein
The brain of the cell - directs all cell activity
Passes on traits to offspring
Site of photosynthesis: draws in light to make food
Liquid gel which contains cell parts
In 1903, ____________ examined reproductive cells and their formation.
Male reproductive cells are called ______ cells, while female reproductive cell are called ______ cells.
Reproductive cells have ______ the number of chromosomes as body cells.
The Chromosome Theory of Inheritance is when-
The process where the reproductive cells divide 2 times to have 1/2 the number of chromosomes as the mother cell is-
During meiosis, _____ cells form with half the number of chromosomes.
In order for a sex cell to have the full number of chromosomes, the following should happen-
Human body cells contain _____ chromosomes.
Reproductive cells contain _____ chromosomes.
The body contains __________ genes.
The main function of genes is to-
DNA is made up of _______. The order of these determines _______________.
Three nitrogen bases equal one ____________. These line up to form __________.
____________ is how cells make proteins. It occurs on _______. From the ______ in the nucleus, a messenger carries the _______ from the nucleus to the ribosomes.
______ is the genetic messenger that carries information from the DNA in the nucleus to the ribosomes.
The differences between RNA and DNA is-
____________ copies DNA and leaves the nucleus, while ___________ carries amino acids and adds them together.
A mutation is ____________. A mutation can cause a different ________ to be produced and change its characteristics.
Types of mutations can happen_________. In a ______ cell, it will only affect that cell. In a ______ cell, it can be passed to offspring.
Effects of mutation can be __(white buffalo in wild, diseases in humans) by affecting survival or reproduction, or ___(bacteria resistant to antibiotics) by improving chances for survival
The substances that chemically combine to form a new substance. They are found before the yeild sign.
The substances that are formed as a result of a chemical reaction.
How many total oxygen atoms are found in this chemical formula? 5CO
How many elements are there in the following "make believe" compound? NaBrFeKSNO
The mass of reactants equals 56.33g. A student performs a chemical reaction in a closed container. The student expects the mass to
Another way of describing the Law of the Conservation of Mass is understanding that in a chemical equation it must
How many molecules are in 20NaCl?
The subscript in a chemical formula indicates the
The coefficient indicates the number of
This subatomic particle is responsible for the reactivity of an element.
What American Indian langauage was spoken in the Coastal Plain (Tidewater)?
In which region was Iroquoian spoken?
In which region was Siouan spoken?
What language was spoken by the Powhatan?
What language was spoken by the Cherokee?
What language was spoken by the Monacan?
What current state-recognized American Indian tribe is located in the Piedmont region?
What region of Virginia are the Chickahominy, Eastern,Chickahominy,Mattaponi,Nansemond, Pamunkey,Rappahannock, and Upper Mattaponi state-recognized American Indian tribes located?
Where do the American Indians, who can trace their family history back to before 1607, continue to live today in Virginia?
How many American Indian tribes are recognized by the Commonwealth of Virginia today?
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What enables you to take in oxygen into the body and eliminate carbon dioxide?
Which one of these is not one of the three reasons why cell divide?
If this DNA strand is ACGTCTG, what would the other bases be on the other strand?
This organ system takes food into the body, breaks down food and absorbs the digested material.
What does the immune system do?
His crew circumnavigated the golobe
He sailed around the tip of Africa and reach India
Circumnavigate means...
The reason for Exploration in the beginning was
Which country was NOT one of the main countries to sponsor exploration
The economic idea states that a country's power depends on its wealth
A country's goal in mercantilism was to obtain as much _____ as possible
What treaty divided South America between Spain and Portugal?
Sugarcane, tobacco, coffee, and cotton are examples of __________
He explored South America and conquered the Incas
Never actually sailed far but created a school in Portugal to teach explorers and sponsored voyages
He conquered the Aztecs in Mexico
He explored San Salvador, Cuba, and Hispaniola for Spain. He thought he had made it to India
He explored New Foundland and Nova Scotia looking for a route to Asia
A soldier-explorer sent by Spain to the Americas is called....
These were created because exploration was very expensive. Several investors would take on the costs, the risks, and the profits
The system of hiring peasants to make goods, primarily in their homes was known as the ......
The exchange of live goods between the old and new world was called the
Countries set up __________ in order to have access to new markets and raw materials
Which of the following would not be considered a legacy of the Age of Exploration
Lithospheric plates move how much every year?
The boundary between lithospheric plates that are moving away from each other is called?
The boundary between lithospheric plates that are colliding is called?
The boundary between lithospheric plates that are sliding past each other is called?
The boundary where oceanic crust meets continental crust where the heavier denser oceanic crust is pushed toward the mantle?
Convergent boundaries tend to form what time of landform?
Divergent boundaries tend to form what type of landform?
What is formed in subduction zones?
Sea-floor spreading creates what?
This is usually cause by a release of pressure at subduction zones.
Under ocean earthquakes can sometimes cause which of the following?
What is the ring of fire?
Sea-floor spreading is the main cause of which of the following
Which of the following is a chain of oceanic mountains?
What is a homzygous allele
When an organisms DNA is copied it is called:
If your mom has an Dominant homozygous allele for green eyes and your dad has a recessive heterozygous allele for blue eyes what color eyes does the offspring have?
What is selective breeding?
What is true about a recessive allele?
Which group MOST COMMONLY reproduces thorough sexual reproduction?
What is inbreeding?
What is asexual reproduction?
What is the difference between genotype and phenotype?
When an error in the DNA occurs what is it called?
How many chromosomes are in a reproductive cell? (before sexual reproduction)
How many chromosomes are in a reproductive cell? (after sexual reproduction)
What is heredity?
How many genes do humans have
Which goes thorough asexual reproduction?
When you insert the DNA of one organism into another organism it is called,
If your dad has Gg traits for green hair and your mom has bb traits for blue hair what is the chance you will have blue hair?
Which describes Gregor Mendel?
What is a heterozygous allele?
What is genetics
What is gene therapy?
What is a question you need to ask before you consider gene therapy?
What years did Gregor Mendel live?
Do all organisms have the same number of genes?
Why do some children look more like their mothers and others look more like their fathers?
Why do children look similar to their parents?
Can we change our traits?
Who studied pea plants to figure out genetics?
How did Gregor Mendel breed pea plants?
Out of the choices below, which ones are traits?
What of the following can be on a pedigree?
Which is used for sexual reproduction?
Which system do plants use to reproduce?
Which is used for asexual reproduction?
What system do animals use to reproduce
What is a single piece of DNA is known as ?
Which is true about a pedigree?
Whatis true about mitosis?
What happens during meiosis?
What does DNA stand for?
If someone has taken a cold medication before technology education class, he/she should:
When it comes to procedures for emergencies like a tornado, what are your responsibilities?
If you know that a classmate is using illegal drugs while working in the lab, what should you do?
When working with machines, what is important to do with your long hair, jewelry, neckties
What if you have just a small injury like a splinter?
A major precaution while trying to move a large board in the lab is:
If you have been using the computer for a long time, how often should you take a break?
When you place a board on a workbench, you hsould be sure that:
Where should all flammable materials be stored?
If you are using equipment like an office type chair and a computer keyboard for long periods of time, what precaution should you take?
Where should you store oily rags?
If you do not know how to safely operate a machine, what should you do?
A person can tell if he/she is standing too close to someone who is using a machine if:
What should you do if you see a tool or machine that has malfunctioned or is damaged?
What must be worn at all times when working in the lab?
If you spill something, what should you do?
As a MINIMUM, what must you do with classmates when it comes to safety?
In this type of learning, each student within a given group may have specific tasks for which he or she is responsible.
Plan revision is a/an:
When it comes to conducting effective meetings, if you avoid becoming defensive when someone else's ideas conflict with yours, you will be more likely to:
Evaluation of a solution reveals important new information, which can be used as:
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Are these the three main parts of the muscular system, cardiac, smooth, and skeletal?
What muscle is attached to the bone?
What does the smooth muscle do?
What is NOT one of the ways your muscular system works together?
Vitamin D...
Mytonic Muscular Dystrophy is..
Immunosuppressants and physical therepy are both examples of...
Which is used to slow down muscluar degeneration?
Antibiotics..
Muscles are composed of ______ % of water?
The basic unit of life, a membrane covered structure that has all the materials necessary for life.
A group of similar cells working together to perform a job.
A group of tissues working together to do a job in an organism.
A group of organs working together to do a job in an organism.
All of the organ systems working together create a multicellular ________.
All of the same species at the same place at the same time.
All of the populations in an area.
The community plus the non-living environment.
A unicellular organism without a nucleus.
Any cell that the DNA is contained inside a nucleus.
What does the cell membrane do?
Which of these is the structures that enable the cell to live, grow, and reproduce?
The Gel-like material that is inside of the cell is known as?
What is the nucleus?
Cellls that do not have a nucleus are called?
Cells that have a nucleus are called?
What are prokaryotic cells also known as?
Which type of cell carries the most DNA?
Who was the scientist that first discovered cells?
Which of these is part of CELL THEORY?
What does the term oral history mean?
What term refers to the situation in which one country tries to control another countires government?
What does the term nationalism mean?
What disease had to be treated in order for Europeans to be able to live in tropical areas?
At a conference in Berlin, Germany in 1884-1885, what did European leaders decide to end in their colonies?
What country other than Liberia remained free of European control in Africa?
What did Europeans build in Africa besides roads in order to aid in transportation?
WHat was the name of the leader in Guinea who fought against the French for 15 years?
In 1892, what did the king in northern Ghana sign with Great Britian?
What was the name of the people in southern Africa who defeated the British in 1879 but were later defeated by the British?
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