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To claim land for their country, what did early explorers do?
The search for a new trade route to America
The magnetic field of the Earth
Sailors used astrolabes to tell them
Eurpoean explorers called the Americas
Artifacts
Many European explorers wanted to spread their religious beliefs.
Potatoes and squash were foods that came from
Crops that are sold for money are called
Which group of people built an important center of culture and learning in Spain?
What macromolecule is used to store energy?
What macromolecule is used to store genetic information?
What macromolecule is used in biological membranes?
What macromolecule is used as a waterproof covering?
What macromolecule transports substances in and out of cells?
What macromolecule has all 6 "elements of life" (CHNOPS)?
What definition best describes dehydration synthesis (also known as condensation)?
What macromolecule is made of fatty acids and alcohol?
What macromolecule is used to help fight disease?
What type of macromolecule is fructose?
What is the ratio of hydrogen to oxygen in water?
When water molecules stick to themselves to form droplets we call it?
Water molecules are bipolar molecules which means that?
Plants rely on what special property of water to get water from their roots to their leaves?
What two subatomic particles are found in the nucleus of an atom?
What special property of water keeps it from heating too quickly?
How many valence electrons does carbon have?
What type of bond is it when electrons are transferred?
If sugar is dissolved in water, water is the _____?
Carbon dioxide is made of what elements?
Where does all of the energy found on Earth come from?
What is conduction?
Convection occurs when...
Weather describes...
How would you describe Nevada\'s climate last year?
Wind is created by...
Where is the ozone layer found?
Which of these changes would most likely result in a temporary decrease in average surface temperatures on Earth?
Which two phenomena most directly cause storms to move from west to east over the Sierra Nevada mountain range and the Great Basin Desert?
Why would you find more solar radiation at the equator rather than the poles?
At which point did greenhouse gases first begin to affect Earth's temperature?
What is the middle layer of the atmosphere?
Weather occurs in what layer of the atmosphere?
Why is the atmosphere the most vulnerable part of Earth's environment?
What is the rainshadow effect?
The driving force behind weather is the...
Which of the following reflect most of the sun's radiation
What would happen to a marshmallow if you sent it up into the atmosphere?
How do scientists measure the amount of carbon dioxide in snow?
Why is it important to study weather?
Exchange of goods and services among nations.
Goods and services purchased from other countries.
Goods and services sold to other countries
Occurs when a country has economic resources that allow it to produce a product at a lower unit cost than any other country.
When a country has an absolute advantage in more than one product.
Who benefits from international trade?
Difference in value between exports and imports
Imports > Exports
Exports > Imports
The following are trade barriers except:
A tax on imports.
Limits either the quantity or the monetary value of a product that may be imported.
Total ban on specific goods coming into and leaving a country.
Government's establishment of economic policies that systematically restrict imports in order to protect domestic industries.
Global coalition of nations that make the rules governing international trade.
International trade agreement among the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
Involves letting another company, or licensee, use a trademark, patent, special formula, company name, or some other intellectual property for a fee or royalty.
Hiring a foreign manufacturer to make products according to a company's specifications.
Business enterprise that a domestic company and a foreign company undertake together.
Establishment of a business in a foreign country.
Large corporations that have operations in several countries.
Midsize or smaller companies that have operations in foreign countries.
Factors that affect a global environmental scan include:
Political factors include:
All of the following are economic factors that affect a global environmental scan except:
All of the following are socio-cultural factors that affect a global environmental scan except:
When considering the technological factors that affect a global environmental scan, the following should be considered:
Selling the same product and using the same promotion methods in all countries
Company's use of an existing product or promotion from which changes are made.
Involves creating specially designed products or promotions for certain countries or regions.
You know a person understands a message if they provide:
After a message has been received it must be:
Information is created by:
Which is NOT a transmitter?
Communicating over long distances is called:
Which is a communication system encoding device?
Which best represents a receiver in the communication system model?
The first step in the the process of the communication system is:
Signals which can be transmitted over cables, telephone lines or through the air are:
In order for a transmitted message to be understood, you must have a:
In what form of communication does the transmitter utilize printed words?
In the communication process, if the transmitter is a computer, the receiver is a:
What type of electronic signal changes strength at the same rate as the input?
When a message is carried by electrical signals it is a form of:
Effective communication involves sending, receiving. and response to:
The type of communication system in which a teacher gives instructions to the class is:
The successful transmission of information through a common system of symbols, signs, behavior, speech, and writing is known as:
Sending and receiving messages visually through the use of pictures, symbols, or printed words is:
At which stage in the communication model is the message converted to graphics and symbols?
At which stage in the communication model is the message sent out through the airways?
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The science of grouping organisms according to their presumed natural relationships/characteristics is called:
A monohybrid cross of two individuals that are heterozygous for a trait exhibiting complete dominance will probably result in a a phenotypic ratio of
A monohybrid cross of two individuals that are heterozygous for a trait exhibiting complete dominance would probably result in a genotypic ratio of
The two-name system of classifying organisms is called
The most recent classification system divides organisms into ______ kingdoms
A modern systematic taxonomists would likely consider the following when classifying an organism
The kingdom which includes eukaryotic, multicellular, autotrophs
According to Linnaeus’ early classification system, organisms would be classified according to their most evident characteristic, its structure or
Of the following types of evidence, which is the most recent to have been used to classify organisms?
Linnaeus devised a hierarchy of seven different levels of organization that are still used today. Which of the following is the correct sequence of those levels?
Which of the following kingdoms would include organisms that have prokaryotic cells?
Which of the following is the proper way to write a scientific name?
Which of the following is not one of the domains in classification?
Will you review how to use a dichotomous key before the exam?
The classification basis for the 3-Domain System is differences in
The evolutionary history of an organism is its
Fungi differ from plants in that fungi are
In Japanese Four O’Clock flowers, a pink flower can be self-pollinated and produce offspring that are red or white or pink. This is an example of
Disproved spontaneous generation by using curved-necked flasks which limited microorganisms from
Length, weight, and many other quantitative traits in a population tend to show variation that, when plotted on a graph, looks like
What are the foods a person usually eats and drinks called?
What are the parts of food that help your body grow and get energy?
What is a diet based on the My Plate?
What is the study of food and how it affects the body?
What are the woody parts of plants called?
What is a tool that helps you choose foods for a healthy diet?
What is the measured amount of food you would probably eat during a meal called?
What is a nutrient your body needs in small amounts?
A food that is unsafe to eat is called?
Another name for this is germs. In food it can cause illness.
The spinning of an object on its axis. This causes night and day on Earth.
The movement of an object around another object in space.
Something that orbits a larger object such as a planet or star.
One of two days in a year when there is equal day and night. This happens around March 20. This happens because Earth's axis is not tilted towards or away from the sun.
One of two days in a year when there is equal day and night. This happens around September 22. This happens because Earth's axis is not tilted towards or away from the sun.
When the moon goes through all of its phases in a 29 1/2 day cycle and then starts over.
The entire lighted side of the moon is facing away from Earth. This is when the moon is completely dark to us. This happens when the moon is on the same side of the Earth as the Sun.
The moon looks less than half full, but not completely dark.
This is when half of the side of the Moon facing Earth is lit and the other half is dark. (1/2 of the Moon is lit and 1/2 is dark)
The Moon looks more than half full, but not completely full. There are 2 of these in the Lunar Cycle.
The phase that results when the Moon is on the opposite side of the Earth as the Sun. The entire Moon is lit.
From new moon to full moon, more of the moon's lit surface is visible to us. The moon is getting brighter each night.
From the full moon to the new moon, less of the moon's lit surface is visible to us. The moon is getting darker each night.
Tides during the new and full moons, when the Earth, Sun and Moon line up in a row. The gravity of the Sun and Moon work together and have the strongest pull on Earth. This produces the largest difference between high and low tide.
This tide occurs during quarter moons when the Sun and Moon form a right angle. The gravity of the Sun and Moon partially cancel each other out. Very small difference between high tide and low tide.
This eclipse occurs at the new moon, when the moon moves directly between the Earth and the Sun. Light from the sun is blocked out of view.
This eclipse occurs at the full moon, when the moon moves through the Earth's shadow. Light from the sun is kept from reaching the moon because it's blocked by the Earth.
Pongo el ratón en la ______.
Después de hacer la tarea, me gusta ____ la red.
Después de usar la computadora, es mejor ______.
Cuando ya no necesito un archivo, siempre lo ______.
Para compartir información importante, a veces la escuela nos manda un ______ ________.
Hago _______ con el botón.
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Dot com es ___ com en español.
Hago copias en la ______.
Mis contactos importantes están archivadas en mi ___ ___ ____.
For a population to be in genetic equilibrium,
According to Charles Darwin, organisms best suited to their environment reproduce more successfully than other organisms. This is known as the theory of
If an organism has a vestigial structure, what can a biologist infer about the organism’s evolutionary history?
According to Lamarck’s hypothesis of acquired traits, giraffes now have long necks because
A genetic cross performed many times produces 500 tall plants and 200 short plants. The probability of obtaining a tall plant in a similar cross is
To determine the genotype of an individual that shows the dominant phenotype, you would cross that individual with one that is
A farmer is using artificial selection to produce insect-resistant fruit by only cross- pollinating those plants that do not get eaten or attacked by insects. Which statement best describes what the farmer is using artificial selection to do?
A segment of DNA on a chromosome that controls a particular hereditary trait
What is the expected phenotypic ratio resulting from heterozygous X heterozygous dihybrid cross?
Monosomy and Trisomy are disorders caused by
An animal with the sex chromosomes XY, would most likely be a
Mutations that do not affect the organism itself, but may be passed on to the offspring are
A short section of DNA known to have an association with a particular gene located nearby
A point mutation that may go unnoticed because more than one codon may code for the same amino acid
In humans, traits controlled by 2 or more genes, such as skin color, eye color and height are
In order to detect genetic disorders, it may be necessary to perform a ______________, which is a picture of an individual's chromosomes.
All of the genes located on 1 chromosome can be shown by a
The exchange of pieces of DNA between homologous chromosomes
In a monohybrid cross between a homozygous dominant parent and a homozygous recessive parent, one would predict the offspring to be
Will you review how to analyze pedigrees before the exam?
What were the three regions of the Thirteen Colonies?
The war between New England and the Native Americans was known as...
This became known as the Lost Colony because the colonists disappeared
The time in Jamestowne when colonists refused to work and didn't have enough to eat was known as...
This event led to British debt. The colonists were expected to pay for the war even though they didn't settle the land.
The shipping route between North America, Europe, and Africa
This area was good farm land, but also had ports in New York and Philadelphia.
This area had the best farm land.
This area used natural resources to build ships. They also used the ocean to fish and whale.
This was the first established colony that survived. It is located in Virginia.
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The first civilians executed for espionage in the United States were;
Bomb shelters and duck and cover drills began when;
Which of the following refers to the largest generation in the nation’s history, the one born between 1946-1964?
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What are the verticle columns on the periodic table called?
What are the horizontal rows on the periodic table called?
What are the elements in column 7A (17) called?
Why are the chemical symbols for elements Hg and Br colored purple?
How many vaence electrons do the alkaline earth metals have?
What happens o the number of valence electrons as you move across the periodic table?
Which element is the most reactive nonmetal?
What group is called the Noble Gases?
Why are some elements written in white letters?
Co, Y, Ag and Tc are all
Law that allows 12 weeks off without pay per year in certain cases to handle special family matters
Prohibits employers from not hiring older people simply because of their age
Makes discrimination in the workplace illegal when it is based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin
Law designed to help women get equal pay for equal work
A job in which something is produced by an individual that can easily be counted
Johnson's Warehouse did not want to hire Larry because he was in a wheelchair. Which law is this company violating?
Touching, holding, grabbing, and all other unwanted physical contact is which tyoe of harassment?
Which of the following actions would be appropriate if someone was sexually harassed at work?
EOE means
Which of the following CANNOT result in higher pay for employees doing the same job?
What is the green, photosynthetic pigment found in they thylakoid?
What is the gas that is required for photosynthesis?
What is the energy that is used to convert water and carbon dioxide into glucose?
What are the products of photosynthesis?
In which organelle does photosynthesis occur?
Where is the chlorophyll found?
What is the gel-like material that fills the space around the grana?
What is a stack of thylakoids?
How many molecules of Carbon Dioxide, Water and Oxygen are their in the equation for Photosynthesis?
How many molecules of glucose are formed during photosynthesis?
¿Dónde pescaron ustedes?
Fui al cine con mis padres.
¿Quién les dio la tarea de español a los estudiantes?
¿Dónde nadaste ayer?
¿Adónde almorzaste?
¡Juan tocó la guitarra muy bien!
¿Cuándo sacaste la basura?
Sí, visitamos España.
Paco recibió las cartas en el correo.
¿Adónde fueron tú y tu familia el fin de semana pasado?
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic that all living things share?
A change in an organism's surroundings that causes it to react is called
A plant growing toward light is an example of
What are all living things composed of?
What is true of all organisms?
Which of the following characteristics is shared by all organisms?
What is the smallest unit of structure and function in living things?
An organism that is only one cell big is called:
What is magnification?
Which of the following is NOT a stiumulus that a living thing might sense and respond to?
Mi amiga nadó.
Luisa compró el libro.
Yo pesqué con Brian.
Jugué al fútbol ayer.
¿Qué hicieron ayer?
¿Corrió Pepe por la playa?
¿Ya comieron ustedes las zanahorias?
¿Viste una bruja anteanoche?
¿Cuándo sacaste la basura?
¿Empezaste a estudiar para el examen de español?
How do we define a force?
A weightlifter lifts a weight over his head with a force of 20 Newtons a distance of 2 meters. How much work did he do?
What is the unit of measurement for force?
A rose plant has been turned on its side. Which of the following best describes what will happen to the plant?
Which substance cannot be decomposed into simpler substances?
What evidence proves that no work is being done on an object?
Which situation describes a chemical reaction?
Which molecule in the equation for photosynthesis represents food energy made by plants?
As food moves through the human digestive system, which change occurs?
Which of the following is the correct formula for work?
Who made the barrels?
Colonist's who were very rich would buy things from a
What shop was like a drug store?
Who made cabinets and furniture?
Who made tools and things out of iron?
Who made shoes?
Who made things out of tin?
In colonial schools, the teacher was called the
Colonial schoolbooks were called
What did colonial children not have in their classroom?
What was and is the name of Georgia's Legislative Branch?
Why did the Georgia legislative branch get in trouble during the Yazoo Land Fraud?
Where was Georgia's boundary moved to after the Yazoo Land Fraud?
What happened to the land that people won from the land lotteries after the Yazoo Land Fraud?
Where was Georgia's boundary BEFORE the Yazoo Land Fraud?
What happened to the legislators who were bribed to sell the Yazoo lands?
What year was the Yazoo Act passed?
What happened to the people who believed they had a right to the Yazoo land?
What did Georgia lose in the Yazoo Land Fraud?
What did the Georgia legislators do with the Yazoo documents after they were declared invalid (or wrong)?
If the area of a rectangle is 360 square inches and the length is 24 inches what is the width?
If a Ferris Wheel has a diameter of 125 feet, and you ride around the Ferris Wheel 3 times, how many feet did you travel?
If a isosceles triangle has a base of 4 cm and leg length of 12 cm, what is the perimeter.
How much sand can a sandbox in the shape of a rectangular prism hold, if the dimensions are 4 ft x 6 ft x 6in
What is the perimeter of a square that has an area of 25 sq. meters?
How much lace would you need to put around a circular table with a diameter of 3 feet?
If a cylinder is 10 feet tall and has a diameter of 1 foot, what is the volume?
What is the area of a triangle with a base of 5 meters and a height of 4 meters?
If Sue walks around a rectangular block twice, that is 1.5 kilometers long and .6 kilometers wide, how far did she walk?
What is the area of a circle with a diameter of 10 cm?
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This type of conflict would be Man vs. ? If a hurricane comes and he is lost at sea
The clouds danced in the sunlight all day long. This is an example of what type of figurative language
This is when the author gives the reader information about something that happened in the past
This is the use of language spoken in a certain place by a given group of people.
This is the way people talk to informally to each other
Spring would most likely symbolize?
A skull and crossbones most likely symbolizes?
The crown could be a symbol of:
The snake could be a symbol of:
The Eagle could be a symbol of:
A black cat could be a symbol of:
A desert could be a symbol of:
A storm occuring could be a symbol that (could foreshadow)
An island could symbolize:
The sunrise can symbolize
Which of the following would happen if a plant growing in a pot were knocked over on its side and left for several weeks?
4 bean seedlings are planted in cups and placed in a box with a hole cut in one end. Based on your knowledge of phototropism, how do you predict the plants will grow?
A student is outside on a very hot day. How does perspiration help maintain a safe body temperature?
In an experiment two identical plants in identical pots are exposed to equal amounts of sunlight. Plant A received fresh water, while plant B received salt water. Which of the following did the students most likely observe?
In order to maintain a balance or homeostasis, the human body continually strives to maintain an average body temperature of 37 C. Which of the following processes would not help to increase body temperature?
In a germinating seed, the downward growth of roots and upward growth of stems are the plant's responses to gravity. Which statement best describes this phenomenon?
Responses in plants that result in movement away from or toward a stimulus are called-
On leaf surfaces, guard cells that open and close in response to the amount of water available is an example of -
What process causes a plant to wilt, in response to too much or too little water?
A person develops an elevated body temperature from a bacterial infection. This fever is a response from the body to help fight infection by-
A basketball player helps maintain stable body temperature during the game by perspiring. The sweat helps cool his body by evaporating. What is this an example of?
A student is doing an experiment to see how earthworms respond to light. Which piece of scientific equipment would be most appropriate for containing the earthworms for observation?
Bean seedlings were placed in a vase of water inside a closed, dark box. After a few days a hole was cut in the box allowing light to enter and the plants were allowed to grow for a few more days. What is the purpose of this experiment?
What would be the purpose of cutting a hole in a box that holds bean seedlings growing in a vase?
What do scientists do to increase the reliability of their results?
What is the name of the acid HCl?
What is the name of the acid HIO3?
Name this acid: H2SO4
Name this acid: H2Cr
What is the name of the acid HNO3?
Name the acid: H3PO3
What is the name of the acid HClO2?
Name the acid: H2S
What is the name of the acid HIO2?
Name the acid: HNO2
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Use these functions P(x) = x^2 – x – 6 and Q(x) = x – 3 to answer this question. What is P(x) – Q(x)?
Which equation represents the following set of coordinates: ( –2 , 0 ) (0 , 4) (3 , –5) ( 5 , –21)?
Use these functions P(x) = x^2 – x – 6 and Q(x) = x – 3 to answer this question. What is P(x) + Q(x)?
Use these functions P(x) = x^2 – x – 6 and Q(x) = x – 3 to answer this question. What is P(x) * Q(x)?
Use these functions P(x) = x^2 – x – 6 and Q(x) = x – 3 to answer this question. What is P(x) / Q(x)?
Use these functions P(x) = x^2 – x – 6 and Q(x) = x – 3 answer this question. When is P(x) = Q(x)?
The zeros of a function are the values of x where the graph of the function crosses the x-axis.
The end behavior of a polynomial function describes the values of the function as y approaches negative and positive infinity.
The graph of an even parent function is symmetric with respect to the x-axis.
The graph of an odd parent function is symmetric with respect to the origin.
General who marched from Atlanta Georgia?
Three men, known as the Bourbon Triumvirate, controlled Georgia politics for much of the 1880s. These men were
Which one of these men where not civil rights leaders?
In its 1896 ______________________decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that public places could be separated by race. This was the separate but- equal doctrine that lasted until 1954.
In 1906, Atlanta experienced a terrible___________. Many African American businesses were destroyed, and many African Americans left the city.
Laws passed to establish separate-but-equal facilities for different races were called
Believed that African Americans had to acquire the knowledge and skills that would help them find jobs and raise their economic status. He saw that as the number one priority. Therefore he emphasized industrial, or vocational, education
The Bourbon Democrats supported lower taxes and less government spending and encouraged the growth of
___________ was a suffragist. She was also the first woman to serve as a U.S. senator, if only for one day.
During the Civil War, why was the capture of Atlanta an important Union objective?
Who is the king of the Gods?
What two gods were twin brother and sister?
Who were the Titans?
Which of the following best describes Aphrodite?
What powerful god lived in the Underworld, rather than on Mount Olympus?
What Greek hero was killed by an arrow to his heel?
Who is Cyclops' father?
What Greek hero was a son of Zeus and was required to perform many labors for the gods?
Who is the patron god of theater and art?
What did the Greeks build to help win the Trojan War?
What famous pioneer route ended in New Mexico?
Who were the first travelers on the Santa Fe Trail?
Which was a reason that people took the Oregon Trail?
Why did American settlers in Texas come into conflict with Mexico in the 1830's?
Women in the West often had more rights than women in other regions of the United States because
The idea of Manifest Destiny was a cause of all of the following Except
How was Texas admitted to the Union?
Which statement best explains why California developed a diverse population?
What is the significance of the siege at the Alamo?
The 'mountain men' of the Oregon Territory were
the issue of water rights was important in early California because
Which of the following statements about New Spain is true?
Which of the following did the United States acquire as a result of the Mexican-American War?
When John L O'Sullivan proposed the idea of Manifest Destiny, which other nation held the most territory in the present-day United States?
Why did most Americans think the United States should extend to the Pacific Ocean?
Imagine that a modern historian has uncovered new information about the Mexican-American War. Which of the following could change the way people regard this conflict?
What effect did the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hildalgo have on the United States?
Where did the Mormons settle in the late 1840's
People who came to California in search of gold were called
What was one major effect of the California gold rush?
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This type of graft is often taken from the upper thigh area.
There is no tissue remaining for pathological examination after this method has been used.
OCR works best with original copies using
A healthcare delivery system that controls utilization and cost of services while providing enrollees
An advantage of managed care organizations (MCOs) is that their aim is to keep their enrollees
A group of healthcare providers working under one umbrella to provide medical services at a
A system designed to determine the medical necessity and appropriateness of a requested medical
A multispeciality practice in which healthcare services are provided within the building complex
The nine-digit federal tax identification number is commonly referred to as the
Individuals who are members of a managed care plan are commonly referred to as
Employment growth is expected to be slowest over the next ten years in which category?
If your job involves a great deal of manual labor it is considered?
Which of the following is not a major goal of the human resources department
A specific study of a job to identify in detail the job duties and skills is called a?
The final step in the hiring process is?
A compensation plan that combines salary with an additional amout is called?
The advancement of an employee to a position with greater responsibility is called?
The physical conditions and psychological atmosphere in which employees work is?
This allows employees some choice in how ther work hours are arranged.
An organized group of employees who negotiate with employers is a?
Which subatomic particle is the smallest?
Which subatomic particle determines what element you have?
Which subatomic particle can be added or subtracted to create an isotope?
The number of protons or electrons.
Define atomic mass.
Which of these represents part of a period on the periodic table of elements?
Which of these represents part of a family on the periodic table of elements?
How many valence electrons can be found in helium?
Which statement is true?
How did Dmitri Mendeleev originally arrange the periodic table?
addressee
documents
express
insure
reference number
signature
Incoming mail
Outgoing mail
Receiver name
Sender name
Conquer
Mission
Convert
Joint-stock company
Charter
A crop grown for sale rather than for use by a farmer
Indentured servant
Treaty
Debtor
Large ship that brought the pilgrims to America
Kim is now editing her audio. She has imported all the files she needs. What is her first step in the editing process from the items listed below?
Jack has successfully recorded her audio directly into her audio editing software and she is packing up. What should she make sure she does FIRST before packing up her equipment?
Jan is recording an audio project. She is having problems with the background noise overpowering the audio being recorded. Which of the following might she consider changing whil
Jan is making an audio project. Which of the following is NOT an equipment consideration she needs to worry about in order to record a successful project?
During what phase for producing audio would you decide where the microphones would be located?
Jim has finished all the production for a radio commercial. His final step in completing the project is:
Bob has finished all the necessary recording for a commercial he's doing. The next step in the audio production process is:
Buster is ready to produce his radio commercial. His first step in the creating process is to:
During the planning phase for producing audio, it is important to:
During what phase for producing audio would you write the script?
Tightly coiled mass of DNA and protein.
The point where two chromatids connect.
One of two identical strands of DNA that make up a chromosome.
The nuclear envelope begins to disappear.
The chromosomes line up down the center of the cell.
What is a gamete?
After fertilzation occurs, which process does the zygote use to divide to make more body cells?
If an egg cell of an organism has 23 chromosomes, how many chromosomes will the body cell have?
If a body cell has 12 chromosomes, how many chromosomes will the gamete have?
The instruction manual for the cell located in the nucleus.
Needed to change an object's motion.
First to conclude that the Earth and other planets revolve around the Sun.
How long would an object continue to move if there were no friction?
Acceleration due to gravity at Earth's surface is equal to what number?
Speed is a vector quantity.
A 75 kg man would weigh how many newtons?
Rearrange the formula v = d/t to solve for t
Objects on Earth will never fall at the same rate because of gravity.
A 27 kg girl's weight would equal what in pounds.
Divided motion into 2 types; violent and natural.
The only force that acts on an object in free fall.
The slope of a distance vs. time graph represents
Mass and inertia are ________________ related.
Developed laws of motion.
When you check your speed on the speedometer of your car, you are obtaining your _____________________ speed.
A car battery would have less inertia than a pillow.
Units for velocity.
If 63 kg astronaut went to the moon, where the acceleration due to gravity = 1.6 m/s^2, what would be their mass?
Velocity has both magnitude and direction, which means it is a vector quantity.
Property of an object to resist changes to its state of motion.
If velocity is constant acceleration will be
The amount of matter in an object.
Objects dropped in a vacuum would fall at the same rate.
An object is in free fall. At time = 7 seconds, what is its speed?
An object is thrown into the air, what would be the velocity of the object at the top of its motion.
The slope of a speed vs. time graph represents
For objects thrown into the air, points of equal elevation have different velocities.
Bobby is in a car race. He travels for 75 s with a constant velocity of 25 m/s. What was his acceleration?
Amount of space an object occupies.
Which of the following objects would air resistance slow down the most?
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A HUGE exaggeration
This story is placed in the past- It can use real people and real historic events
This story is based in the future-featuring science, space, robots...ect
This book is written by the author about their own life
This type of traditional literature teaches a lesson -has a moral to each story
This type of literature exaggerates the characters actions-example- He wresteled a tornado
This type of fiction seems like it could really happen
Harry Potter is this type of genre
This type of story can have the magic of three, magic, fairy godmothers
This is a story that is performed in front of people on a stage
This is a book written by someone about someone else
The moral or lesson of the story
The series of events in a story
The problem in the story
The 'Good' Guy in a story or movie
Compares two thigs using the words, Like or As
Gives human characteristics to something NOT human- think person
The ending of a story
The dictionary definition of a word
This is what we call the setting and the characters at the beginning of a story
What is imagery?
POW! BANG!
When you infer ...YOU...
When you give something concrete and abstract meaning-example- The Statue of Liberty is concrete. I can touch it. What it represents is Freedom-an abstract concept that I can not touch
This is how the story makes YOU the READER feel- Think Mr. Ta
The word phrases does not mean what it says-Example-It's raining cats and dogs
This genre of fiction is set in the past and may include real people or real historic events
This genre of fiction is futuristic-outer space-robots, ect...
This nonfiction book is written about somebody by someone else
This type of fictional genre includes talking/flying animals-it is something that could NEVER happen in the real world
POV- stands for
Which of the following weakened the League of Nations?
Under Mussolini, the Italian Fascists used propaganda to ;
The purpose of Stalin’s Five-Year Plans was to;
In Germany, inflation and unemployment during the Great Depression paved the way for;
Which of the following is the title of Hitler’s account of his basic ideas?
Which of the following was the main reason the Nazi party rose to power in Germany in the 1930s?
What global event paved the way for the rise of totalitarian leaders?
Hitler’s political theories were based on;
Gandhi encouraged his followers to protest British law by;
The refusal to obey laws that are considered to be unjust.
What fueled tensions between Arabs and Jews in Palestine after World War 1?
depression
fascism
Nuremberg Laws
New Deal
collectivization
ethnic cleansing
genocide
totalitarian system
Aryan
What were the causes of WWII?
___, ___, and ___ all formed the Axis Alliance in 1936.
In 1936, Germany and Italy sent troops and weapons to Franco to assist in the __ Civil War.
At the ___ Conference of 1938, Hitler wanted to annex the Sudetenland of Czechoslovakia.
Which event marked the start of WWII?
Which event DID NOT happen prior to the start of WWII?
The U.S. Congress passed the ___ Act in 1941 which allowed for the U.S. to lend/loan the allies supplies or weapons?
Which caused the U.S. to abandon their neutrality during WWII?
The Battle of ___ saved Australia from a Japanese invasion.
Island hopping was the U.S. military strategy used against which Axis Power?
The Battle of ___ was the first offensive and turning point against the Japanese.
The Holocaust was a planned persecution and elimination of the Jews that were not view favorable by the ___.
Which was an aspect of the Nuremberg Laws in 1935?
What was Hitler's Final Solution?
What was the estimated amount of deaths that occurred during the Holocaust?
What was the name of the trials in which over 20 Nazi leaders were tried for crimes against humanity after the Holocaust?
Zionism was the support of a Jewish Homeland (Israel) in the area formerly known as ___.
Israel defeated Egypt and four other Arab countries while gaining valuable territory such as the West Bank and Jerusalem during what conflict?
The Israelis were attacked by the Arabs on their Holy Day during this conflict.
Who led the Palestinian Liberation Organization for an Independent Palestine?
The first species to populate an area when primary succession begins are
What is one difference between primary and secondary succession?
A series of predictable changes that occur in a community over time is called __________.
A type of succession that occurs in an area where no previous ecosystem existed, soil is newly being created and new species begin to populate the area describes which of the following?
Succession occurs
The final community to settle an area after primary succession is called
When the settlers arrived in New England, many forests were turned into fields. Eventually, some fields were abandoned and then grew back into forests. This is best described as
The kind of succession that occurs after a volcanic eruption covers an island with lava is
Which of the following represents the correct sequence that would occur after a glacier retreated.
Which event would most likely cause a huge drop in the diversity of species in an ecosystem?
In President Eisenhower’s farewell speech, which threat did he identify as dangerous to American liberty?
One way the United States government reacted to the Soviet launching of Sputnik in 1957 was by
What was a major effect of the creation of the interstate highway system on the United States?
The ability to wipe nations off the planet with nuclear weapons is called ______.
a defense strategy based on the concept that neither the United States nor its enemies will ever start a nuclear war because the other side will retaliate massively and unacceptably; leading to the end of the world.
In a farewell message to the American public, President Dwight D. Eisenhower warned of the growth of the military-industrial complex. This term refers to the
The successful launching of Sputnik by the Soviet Union in 1957 signaled the beginning of
“Sputnik Launch Propels Soviets Ahead in Space Race” In 1957, the United States government responded to the event described in this headline by
Which development led to the other three?
The space race started with the Soviet launch of ________.
The Great Society programs of the 1960’s used the power of the Federal Government to bring about
The chief objective of President Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society programs was to
Which action was a common objective of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal and President Lyndon B. Johnson’s Great Society?
Which initiative was part of President Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society program?
A hint of events that are going to appear later in the story
The use of something concrete to stand for something abstract- Flag=freedom
He enjoyed challenging nature, so he took up mountain climbing. This is an example of what text structure?
In this POV- The author is NOT a character in the story but is able to look into ALL Of the characters' minds and report what they are thinking and feeling
This type of POV- The author is NOT a character in the story but reports the actions to describe events
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The nearest star to Earth is
Which of the following is a true statement about stars?
Magnitude is
The brightness of a star depends on
A light year is
The sun and stars appear to travel across the sky from east to west because
An asterism is
The astronomer who grouped stars by brightness was
Which of the following is not a type of galaxy?
Zodiac constellations are located
An information report is a ________________________________.
What is an information report made up of?
What are generalized terms?
In the introduction, there is a statement called the ______________________________.
The content is organised under ___________________________.
What is the type of pronouns used in an information report?
What is the purpose of a topic sentence in each paragraph?
What are the types of tenses used in an information report?
What is the type of language used?
What is the purpose of a concluding paragraph?
What is the energy transformation of photosyntheis?
Which of the following is an exothermic reaction?
Which of the following correctly describes energy?
The kinetic energy of an object depends on which of the following?
Heat flows from:
What is the best energy transformation of a microwave?
In chemical reactions, what does it take to break bonds?
Materials that trap heat are:
At 32 degrees fahrenheit water:
Heat is:
The poet probably compares the moon to a comma because of its
The poet probably associates streetlights with periods to suggest that streetlight
The poet compares various sources of light to
The poet's main purpose in writing this poem is probably to make the reader
When does winter dark come
What does the neon sign do
When does the streetlight come on
What is the poet's name
Which of these punctuationmarks is NOT mentioned
How many stanzas are in this poem
Which of the great apes are the most like humans
Which detail best supports the main idea of the article
What will most likely happen to Panbanisha and Kanzi next
What does the underlined word douses mean
What kind of vehicle did Panbanisha drive
Who is the author of the article
What does an upside-down v stand for
What do the apes roast on the fire
What can the Bonobos do at the language lab
What do you think a primatologist studies
What is communication?
What mode of communication describes a movie poster?
What mode of communication describes a a television?
What mode of communication describes a a telephone?
What mode of communication describes a billboard?
What mode of communication describes smiling when you are happy?
What is communication technology?
What is biological communication?
What is electronic communication?
What is graphic communication?
Bacteria cells do not have _____.
One protist that possesses chloroplasts is _____.
Some _____ are many-celled, even though they are protists.
A mycelium is made up of many _____.
Unlike animals, _____ digest food outside of their bodies.
Organisms made up of a fungus and an alga or bacterium are _____.
Two organisms that live together and help each other is an example of _____.
_____ grow in moist, dark, warm places.
_____ are plantlike protists.
_____ is a poison.
_____ is a method of reproduction.
_____ is the movement of water through a cell membrane.
_____ are tubelike threads produced by a fungus.
_____ are the simplest organisms.
_____ are microscopic alga with a hard shell.
_____ are parasitic protozoans.
____ is a cancer-causing chemical produced by some molds.
_____ is a relationship in which one organism benefits and another is unaffected.
How do fungi get food?
What are 2 ways in which bacteria are useful?
accurate
calculate
concentrate
concern
conclude
considerable
flexible
frequent
outstanding
request
Which of the following is an example of kinetic energy?
Which of the following is an example of potential energy?
If a soccer ball is kicked towards the goal and no unbalanced forces act on the ball, what happens to the ball?
If 4 balls of the same mass are thrown, but ball number 3 goes farther than the other balls, what can you deduct about ball number 3?
If a person jumps out of a plane with a parachute, what direction is are the forces acting on each other?
If a car travels 65 miles in 5 minutes, what is the speed of the car?
Which of the following forces can cause an object to slow down?
If a car travels 10 miles in 3 minutes, then travels 30 miles in 20 minute and 5 miles in 1 minute, what is the average speed of the car?
At what point on hill would a ball have the most kinetic energy?
A person walks 95 km in 2.2 hours, what is the average speed?
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lawyer
cook
athlete
Which of the following statements helps explain why there are millions of carbon compounds?
Which of the following statements is true?
The carbon atoms in a hydrocarbon CAN be arranged in
Which of the following is NOT an example of a fossil fuel?
What are the main products of the incomplete combustion of fossil fuels?
When monomers link together, they usually form
In a polymer, monomers are linked by
Natural polymers are produced
Which of the following is a result of the complete combustion of fossil fuels?
Which type of polymer is the strongest
The prefix cyclo means
In the compound C6H12O2, the subscript 2 after the oxygen means that
In fullerenes, the carbon atoms are
Butane has the formula of C4H10. How many carbon atoms are in butane?
Which of the following is a saturated hydrocarbon? (Alkane)
The prefix dec- means ten. Which of the following best describes the structure of decene?
One of the gases released after gasoline burns in a car's engine is carbon monoxide. Which of the following statement explains why there is carbon monoxide in this mixture of gases?
Which of the following is NOT a type of unsaturated hydrocarbon?
How many covalent bonds can one carbon atom form?
Which of is an example of a network solid?
Sunlight, white light, is actually a mixture of different:
The different wavelengths our eyes see are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet known as the:
Light-absorbing molecules with a plants leaves are called:
The plant's principle pigment is:
What regions do the pigments chlorophyll a and chlorophyll b absorb light very well from?
Photosynthesis takes place within structures of the leaf called:
Sac-like photosynthetic membranes located within the chloroplasts are called:
The fluid portion of the chloroplasts located outside the thylakoids are known as:
A compound that can accept a pair of high-energy electrons and transfer them along is called a:
Within plants, these high-energy electron carriers are used to build carbohydrates such as:
What does it mean if to *define* something?
What does *compare and contrast* mean?
What is *text evidence*?
What are *characteristics*?
What does it mean to *persuade*?
What does it mean to *infer*?
What does it mean to *explain* something?
What does it mean to *analyze*?
What is an *article*?
What is *author's purpose*?
When you give specific and relevant details about something, you are....
When you make an educated guess about something, you are...
When you assess the value or significance of something, you are...
When you use facts to support your point, you are using ...
When you say how two things are similar and different, you are...
When you provide factual information and evidence to show why something is right, you are...
When you explain the meaning of words, actions or information, you are...
When you find or recognize whatever the question is asking for, you are...
The *climax* of a story is...
Which word is a synonym for *persuade*?
What creates movies that often reflect Indian traditions and Hindu themes?
India is what fraction of the US?
Before Buddha founded Buddhism, he examined what religion?
Which of the following is a famous landmark in India?
What is the belief called in which your soul is reborn in a new body after death?
What country colonized India?
How was the beginning of Islam?
Which of the following is NOT a monotheistic religion?
What is the ultimate goal of Hindus?
According to the five pillars of Islam, where do Muslims need to travel at least once in their lifetime?
what is the command that finds a entity
how much heath do you have in creative
can tou fly in survival
what block can you not break
is herobrine real
minecraft is the best game ever
whitch one has to be spawned
push yes to keep playing
you do not sufecate in what
is this a good test
This is a disturbance that travels through matter or space, carrying energy without carrying matter.
This is the matter that waves travel through.
The distance between two corresponding points on adjacent waves is the ____________.
The distance the particles of a medium move from their resting position is the ___________.
This is the number of waves that pass a fixed point has in a given amount of time .
This is the distance a wave travels in a given amount of time.
The SI unit of wave frequency is _____________.
What do you call the highest part of the wave?
What do you call the lowest part of the wave ?
The formula for figuring the speed of a wave is...
What is the wavel speed for a wave that has a wavlength of 4 and a frequency of 3.5?
What is the speed of a wave with a wavelength of 2.5 and a frequency of 6?
A wave carries _______________.
As wavelength increases, frequency _______________.
As frequency increases, the energy of the wave __________.
As the wavelength increases, the wave speed __________.
The speed of a wave depends on __________________.
A wave travels faster through solids because...
This is another name for the resolution of the story
This is how the author feels about what they write-Mr. Ta
This is a group of lines in a poem
This is the central message or moral of a story
Figurative Langauge that compares two things that are NOT alike
The repetition of the consonant sound-She Sells Sea Shells
BANG! POW!
This is the defintion of a word right from the Dictionary
The feelings associated with words-May be +,-, or =
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Which of the following is said to occur when an interaction benefits one species but has little, if any, effect on the other?
4. Which of the following is said to occur when one organism feeds on the body of, or the energy used by, another organism?
Parasites
When populations of two different species interact over long periods of time, changes in the gene pool of one species can lead to changes in the gene pool of the other. This is
All of the following are forms of nondestructive behavior between species except
“The maximum population of a given species that a particular habitat can sustain indefinitely without being degraded” is the definition of
When plotting the number of individuals in a population against time the data yield a J-shaped curve, which indicates which of the following?
Which of the following would cause a population to overshoot its carrying capacity?
Which of the following would exhibit primary succession?
Late successional plants are largely unaffected by plants at earlier stages of succession, a factor called
If the human population levels off during the 21st century, it will move from a “J-shaped” curve to what curve shape?
Population change is calculated using which of the following formulas?
The total fertility rate is
12. Which of the following is not one of the factors currently affecting birth and fertility rates?
All of the following reasons help explain why the United States has one of the highest infant mortality rates of developed countries, except
Women tend to have fewer and healthier children for all the following reasons, except
Rapidly growing countries have an age structure diagram that
Which of the following is true of demographic transition as countries become industrialized?
China’s population policy has included all of the following except
Because there are fewer children per couple being born in China, the population overall is rapidly aging.
Which of the following statements about the earth’s winds is not true?
Which of the following is a local area’s short-term temperature, precipitation, and humidity?
Scientists expect human-enhanced global warming to do all of the following except
The rain shadow effect refers to
The two most important factors determining the climate of an area are
Desert soils take hundreds of years to recover from disturbances because of all of the following except
Most of the nutrients in the tropical rain forests are found in the
Which of the following is not true about mountains?
Temperate deciduous forests have nutrient rich soils.
The trade winds and the ocean current create a positive feedback loop.
All of the following are part of the freshwater aquatic life zones, except
If you find a new species of algae floating on the surface of a coastal zone, you would likely consider it a type of
Oysters, clams, and lobsters would be part of which of the following?
The ocean zone that makes up less than 10 % of the world’s ocean area, yet contains 90 % of all the marine species, is the
Deep lakes with steep banks that have a small supply of plant nutrients are
Which of the following would be characteristic of a eutrophic lake?
Most of the wetlands that are lost are used for
Some parts of the ocean remain completely untouched by human activity.
Even if the levees around New Orleans are increased by twice their current height, a category-five hurricane will eventually overwhelm them.
Hawaii has more inland wetlands than the other 49 states put together.
Which of the following describes a unit rate?
Rates and ratios must be in simplified and in reduced fraction form?
If you bought 20 apples for $1.00, how much is one apple?
You ran 10 blocks in 5 minutes,and you ran at a constant speed, how long did it take to run 1 block?
If there were 125 students in 5 buses, how many were in 1 bus?
What is an example of a ratio?
If you got paid $300.00 for working 40 hours, how much did you get paid per hour?
If you paid $5.00 for 10 hamburgers, what was the price for one?
Can rates and ratios be written in fraction form?
7 boys to 2 girls is equivalent to which ratio?
If Jeremy is feeding his Chihuahua 1/2 cup of dog food but uses 1/10 of a cup, how many scoop will he need to feed his dog?
How many 1/2 cups of juice are in 1 and 1/2 cups?
How many 1/4 minutes are there in 1 and 1/2 minutes?
Arial wanted to save to buy a present that cost 6 times her weekly allowance. She decided to save 3/4 of her allowance each week. How many weeks does she need to save?
Norberto has 1/2 of an 10 slice pizza that he will share with 4 people. How much pizza will they get?
Four boys evenly split 4 ½ gallons of ice cream. How much will each get?
3/4 middle school students use the internet more than the library. 1/20 students use the library. How many more students use the internet than the library?
Hello Kitty purchased 2/3 of a yard of ribbon in order to make bows. Each bow takes 1/6 of a yard of ribbon. How many 1/6 yard bows can be made
We have 4 ½ cups of chocolate chips. A batch of our Madison cookies requires ¾ cup of chocolate chips. How many batches can we make?
Gregory has 19/20 yard poster board that he want to cut up into 1/4 yard. How many pieces exactly that size can he get?
Why did the southern part of South Carolina split in 1732?
Who were the Regulators?
Why did Carolina become two separate colinies in 1729?
Why did South Carolinians become unhappy with the Lords Proprietors?
How did colonists in Charles Town react to the British tax on tea?
What was the Stamp Act?
Why was South Carolina\'s first constitution meant to be temporary?
Why was the government in Charles Town unable to enforce laws and protect settlers in the Up Country?
What became an important industry as many immigrants settled the Up Country?
Of the thirteen orignial colonies started by England, which were the Southern colonies?
The importance of the Code of Hammurabbi and the Twelve Tables is that they
The ideals developed in Athens of Pericles and in Republican Rome influenced the development of
One way in which the Han dynasty and the Roman Empire were similar is that both
Judaism and Christianity share a belief in
Italy, Korea, Spain and India are similar in that each is considered
After the western Roman Empire fell to Germanic invaders in the 5th century AD, the eastern part of the empire became known as the
The golden age of the Roman Empire, the Pax Romana, can be attributed in part to
In western Europe, feudalism developed after the
A study of the fall of the Roman Empire would show that powerful empires can
How did the geography of the Italian peninsula influence the development of the Roman Empire?
The amount of matter in a solid, liquid, or gass
The force of Earth's pull on an object
The physical process where there is a change from a solid to a liquid
Physical changes causes
A Chemical Change causes
The following can cause a physical change to happen more quickly
A change of a solid into a liquid is called
A change of a liquid into a solid is called
This is an example of a chemical change
Photosynthesis is an example of
Law of Conservation of Mass states
The force of the Earth's pull on an object describes
What tool is used to measure the mass of an object?
In comparing weight and mass, which one does gravity affect?
The amount of space an object takes up is called
What do scientific units do we use to measure weight
When you combine two liquids
After a physical change, the mass of an object will
After a chemical change, in which bubbles are produced the mass is
Boiling an egg will change what property
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If cold air is moving toward warm air, it is a ...
If warm air is moving toward cold air, it is a ...
If neither mass is moving very much, it is called a ...
Which fronts are always shown as a blue line with arrow points on it?
Which front is shown on weather maps as a red line with scallops on it?
Which front is shown as an alternating red and blue line?
Fossls of long, thick fur animals would indicate what?
Fossils of web-feet, gills and fins would indicate what?
Fossils of short-haired animals and scales would indicate what?
Which climate zone surrounds the equator?
Which climate zones surround the north and south poles?
Which of the climate zones is located between 30-60 degrees north and south?
Italian dressing is a(an) ...
Oxygen is a(an) ...
Rust is a (an)...
Carbon is a (an)...
Salt is a (an)...
Milk is a (an)...
Dirt is a (an)...
Mixture of pure Command and pure Market
Produce what they need to survive (hunting, farming, or gathering)
Government control
People control based on supply and demand
Items that people need to perform their jobs
People who perform labor
Gifts from nature
How much one currency is worth in terms of another
The percentage of people who can read and write
The value of all goods and services produced in a country in one year
How well citizens live based on good public services, education, health, and good jobs
People with new ideas who are willing to take risks to start a business or make a product
Which cell process will move substances against a concentration gradient?
Which of the following normally results from meiosis in a human cell that contains 46 chromosomes?
Which of the following phases is the first step in mitosis?
A student is looking at a picture of a cell taken through a microscope. The presence of which of the following would indicate that the cell is eukaryotic?
Which molecule in plant cells first captures the radiant energy from sunlight?
Why are photosynthesis and cellular respiration often considered opposites?
AIDS is a fatal disease caused by HIV, a virus that attacks and destroys the human immune system. Which of the following activities is a risk factor for transmitting HIV?
Proteins are used to enable movement, provide structure and support, and carry out important chemical reactions inside the body. What is needed in order for the human body to synthesize proteins?
Which of the following correctly describes how a diagram of cellular respiration would differ from a diagram of photosynthesis?
Proteins and polysaccharides are polymers. These polymers are formed by dehydration synthesis. Which statement correctly identifies a difference in the structure of proteins and polysaccharides?
A compound containing ONLY the elements carbon and hydrogen
Shows the kind, number, and arrangement of atoms of a molecule
The smaller molecules that make up a polymer
The monomer of proteins
A compound that contains carbon and hydrogen and can contain other elements.
A very large molecule made of many smaller molecules bonded together.
A hydrocarbon chain with all single bonds
The monomer of carbohydrates
An unsaturated hydrocarbon ring
A type of natural polymer found in the nucleus of plant or animal cells
Identify C12H24 as an organic compound, hydrocarbon, or inorganic compound.
Identify HCl as an organic compound, hydrocarbon, or inorganic compound.
Identify synthetic rubber as an organic compound, hydrocarbon, or inorganic compound.
Identify proteinC12H24 as an organic compound, hydrocarbon, or inorganic compound.
Identify CH4 as an organic compound, hydrocarbon, or inorganic compound.
Identify C2H6O as an organic compound, hydrocarbon, or inorganic compound.
Identify coal as an organic compound, hydrocarbon, or inorganic compound.
Identify CO2 as an organic compound, hydrocarbon, or inorganic compound.
Identify O2 as an organic compound, hydrocarbon, or inorganic compound.
Identify crude oil as an organic compound, hydrocarbon, or inorganic compound.
Find the volume of a cylinder with a radius of 4 inches and a height of 5 inches.
Find the volume of a cylinder with a diameter of 8 meters and a height of 12 meters.
Find the volume of a cylinder with a radius of 9 in and a height of 12 in.
Find the volume of a cylinder with a radius of 5 yd and a height of 12 yd.
A cylinder has a diameter of 14 cm and a height of 11 cm. What is the volume?
A cylinder has a radius of 3 ft and a height of 5 ft. Find the volume.
Find the volume of a cylinder with a diameter of 22 cm and a height of 8 cm.
Find the volume of a cylinder with a diameter of 18 mi and a height of 10 mi.
A cylinder with a radius of 12 meters and a height of 7 meters has a volume of ____________.
Find the volume of a cylinder with a diameter of 20 yd and a height of 6 yd.
Find the volume of a cylinder with a diameter of 22 yd and a height of 12 yd.
Find the volume of a cylinder with a diameter of 18 mi and a height of 7 mi.
Which of the following is NOT a property of stars?
Pairs of stars pulled together by gravity are called:
The color of a star gives clues as to the stars:
Binary stars are used to calculate which property of stars?
The apparent change in position of a star when seen from opposite sides of Earth's orbit is called:
The nearest stars to Earth have parallax angles that are the:
The distance light travels in one year is called a:
Which of the following is NOT a factor that controls the apparent brightness of a star?
A star's brightness as it appears from Earth is called its:
What is the term for how bright a star actually is?
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