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The first elements to be identified were mainly:
As the number of known elements grew, so did the need to organize them into groups based on their:
Mendeleev organized his periodic table of elements into rows based on increasing:
As Mendeleev organized his periodic table, he made sure that elements with similar properties were in the same:
An arrangement of elements into rows of increasing mass where elements with similar properties end up in the same column is called a:
Why did Mendeleev not make a complete table of elements?
In the modern periodic table, elements are arranged according to increasing number of:
From energy level to energy level the number of elements varies because the number of available orbits:
Each column in the periodic table is called a group where each element has similar:
An elements chemical properties are determined by its:
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Which of the following would most likely be a single celled prokaryotic organism?
Which type of cell is believed to have evolved first?
One difference between eukayotic cells and prokaryotic cells is
Eukaryotic cells and Prokaryotic cells are similar in that they contain the following except
When comparing Plant and Animal cells, Animal cells have all of the following except
Plant cells can be identified by having
Bacteria cells can be identified from plant or animal cells in that bacteria have
Eukaryotic cells
Which of the following would most likely contain a prokaryotic cell
Which of the following would not have mitochondria?
How did people barter to get the things they needed?
Why did many settlers move westward during the early 1800\'s?
What might have drawn the first Americans to North America?
What 1848 discovery led many people to move to California?
How does a business make a profit?
What role do producers play in our economy?
What is NOT a change that happened in the late 1800's?
Another name for cities is?
Having a large supply of a product can cause?
The process in which a business makes something or provides services in different places around the world is called?
If you choose to buy Doritos instead of potato chips, potato chips are your?
A consumer is?
The United States economy is based on a
A need is?
What is interdependent?
How did life change in the late 1800\'s?
How does demand affect the prices of goods and services?
How does supply affect the price of goods and services?
Will bartering help the world economy?
What are examples of communication?
JJ Thomson discovered what subatomic particle
Rutherford discovered what part of the atom
First person to propose the concept of an atom
This person stated that atoms of different elements have different masses
Who proposed the theory that atoms orbit the nucleus in specific orbits.
This particle balances the charges from the protons to make the atom neutral
These particles are found in the nucleus
Which of the following shows the correct order of Atomic Theory Timeline
Thomson Experimented with _______
Rutherford experimented with ____
_____ and other public places were segregated by law.
Martin Luther King, Jr. led the bus boycott in ______.
King led _____ protests against segregation and racial discrimination.
Over ____ Americans peacefully marched in the March on Washington, where King made his famous speech.
King is remembered as an important part of ______.
On Nov. 22, 1963, President Kennedy was assissinated in _______.
_______ was charged with President Kennedy's murder.
Jack Ruby shot Lee Harvey Oswald ____.
Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson was sworn in as President _____.
Lyndon B. Johnson was sworn in as President ____ after kennedy was shot.
Climate is
Weather is
Climate is affected by latitude because
Climate is affected by seasons because
Climate is affected by elevation because
Climate is affected by the atmosphere because
Climate is affected by the ocean and water bodies because
Rain forests are found when
The difference between the tundra and the taiga is
The difference between the tundra and the desert is
Revolution and rotation are different because
The Earth tilts at a
Spring begins on
Fall is when
What is the season above the equator on December 21 or 22
What is the season below the equator on June 21 or 22
Seasons are caused by
When the sun is directly over the tropic of capricorn,
"The earth shifts its axis as it revolves around the sun" is a statement which is
"The most direct rays of the sun will create the warmest climates" is a statement which is
The process of changing food into material the body can use
A fluid made by the salivary glands
Proteins that affect the many body processes
a coiled, tubelike organ that is about 20 feet long
the large intestine
organs that filter water and dissolved wasts from the blood- maintain water and salt in body
painful blockage caused my mineral crystals
this is stomach acids flowing backward into the esophagus
series of involuntary waves that carry food particles along
a substance that breaks down fat produced in the liver
chemical communication system that controls body functions
group of cells or an organ that secretes a substance
gland that signals other endocrine glands to produce hormones when needed
this hormone responds to stress
This gland regulates the rate at which cells burn fuel from food to produce energy
this gland regulates the wake-sleep cycle
this gland regulates the level of calcium in the blood
this gland could release too much/too little growth hormone
Type 1 diabetes occurs when this organ cannot produce enough insulin
chemicals secreted by the endocrine glands are called
A government agency that helps entrepreneurs develop business plans and obtain financing.
Memos should be used in a business setting for
Which of these is NOT a main reason small businesses fail?
Which is the main source of money for most new small businesses?
Money needed for the main resources of a business that will last for many years
Racial and ethnic minorities own about what percent of small businesses in the US?
The amount of money needed to open a new business.
The most important step in starting a business.
What is the first step in developing a business plan?
Which of these is NOT a personal characteristic of most entrepreneurs?
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Satellites Nations were puppet countries to _______.
Containment was stopping the spread of ______________.
Leader of the Communists in China
Leader of the Nationalists in China
The Democratic Republic of Korea is still communist __________ Korea
The Republic of Korea is still Democratic _________ Korea
Fidel Castro led the communist revolution in ________________.
The __________ Theory stated that if one country fell to communism others in the area will fall as well.
The Sandinistas were communist rebels in this Central American Country
The _____________ fought the Sandinistas.
The Peoples Republic of China was the newly formed communist China in 1949
Who wasn't part of the big three?
The Occupation Zone was dealing with the split of this Axis Country
The _________ Conference settled the split up of Germany
The Federal Republic of Germany was democratic ______ Germany
The German Democratic Republic was communist _______ Germany
The __________ Doctrine was how the U.S. was going to deal with the spread of communism
The __________ Plan gave $12.5 billion to help rebuild Western Europe.
The _______ Miracle was how this former Axis Power became a world power again.
The _________ was the international organization following the League of Nations
Democratic Alliance of countries in Europe Post WWII
Communist Alliance of countries in Europe Post WWII
What is the definition of condensation?
What is the definition of evaporation?
What is the definition of precipitation?
Thermal energy (heat) is transferred from the Sun to the Earth though ________.
The transfer of heat energy that occurs when vapor cools and forms dew when it touches grass is called?
What happens to air molecules as temperature decrease?
What happens to the amount of water as it moves through the water cycle?
List two of the MOST common gases found in the atmosphere.
What is the outcome of the greenhouse effect?
Explain 2 ways that the atmosphere affects the amount of ultraviolet radiation the Earth receives.
What provides the main source of energy for weather?
The transfer of thermal energy from place to place in the form of waves is
By which process does heat energy from Earth’s surface get transferred to the air directly above it because they are touching?
The transfer of energy through a gas or a liquid is called
What keeps the surface of the Earth warm?
What color is grass?
What color is the sky?
What color are your lips?
What color is the sun?
What color is snow?
What color is the night sky?
What color are bagels?
What color are apples?
What color are pumpkins?
What color are Valentine hearts?
Which event marks the start of the Great Depression in the United States?
The citizens of the United States reacted to the Great Depression by electing __________ president in 1932.
Which political party came to power in Germany by using the economic depression as a way to get support?
Franklin D. Roosevelt tried to bring relief to the United States during the Great Depression using laws to create jobs and security. These laws were called what?
Which of the following best describes the economic depression of the 1930s?
Which statement best describes a FASCIST government?
Which of the following is a characteristic of a TOTALITARIAN government?
Which country was angry over the Treaty of Versailles because they had to pay reparations?
Who was the Fascist dictator of Italy in the 1930s
Totalitarian governments usually get people to follow their unfair rules. How do they do this?
During the Great Purge, Stalin terrorized members of the Communist Party. In what country did this occur?
The policy of taking (confiscating) all farms and combining them into huge government controlled farms to increase food production is called?
In Japan during this time, military leaders controlled the operation of the Japanese government, not the Emperor. This is an example of
What kinds of questions can not be answered by science?
What kinds of questions can be answered by science?
Which of the following is NOT a purpose of cell division?
What means that conditions are favorable for weather to develop?
What means the weather system is imminent (right now) and you need to take immediate precautions?
To protect yourself, you should tie down items that can be blown during...
To protect yourself, you should tie seek shelter in basement or center room during...
To protect yourself, you should evacuate the area and board up property during...
To protect yourself, you should seek higher ground during...
To protect yourself, you should conserve water during...
To protect yourself, you should move away from windows or lie flat on ground if outside during...
How is the shell of the egg similar to a human?
What does the membrane of the egg do?
What does the vitellus (yolk) of the egg provide?
What does the albumin (white) do?
What does the chalaza do?
What is the germinal disc?
What wind pattern is found at 0 degrees?
Which global wind pattern is found at the north pole?
Which global wind pattern can be found at the south pole?
Which is NOT a way to create a mixture quickly?
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About ___ of all Americans aged 18-64 is involved in some type of entrepreneurial activity.
A written description of a business idea and how it will be carried out is called a(n)
Which of these is the least common type of small business?
Which of these is NOT a common source of information for people who want to open a business?
The part of a business plan that describes and schedules major marketing activities and necessary resources.
Which of these is an example of an entrepreneur?
An invention or creation that is brand new.
Which of these is not a reason many businesses fail?
A good time to start a business is
Most new business owners are
A designed change that increases the usefulness of a product.
The official standard for what makes a business small is
Most business plans are updated
The part of a business plan that discusses industry characteristics and economic conditions.
Which of these is NOT an advantage small businesses have over larger competitors?
Money provided by large investors to finance new products and new businesses.
The business idea, ownership structure, and the business' long-term goals are discussed in this section of the business plan.
Money needed for current operating activities of a business.
The part of the business plan that discusses sales forecasts and the location and number of potential patrons.
Comparing the number of new businesses that start each year in the US with the number of businesses that fail,
The War of 1812 led to a feeling of...
Interchangeable parts and mass production were important to the development of American...
land sold by Napoleon to the United States
This document discouraged the existence of European colonies in the Americas.
leader of a slave revolt that targeted plantation owners and killed more than 60.
a supporter of a strong national government.
people chosen to advise the President.
The Articles of Confederation created a weak national government
George Washington had many problems to solve when he became President.
The _____ said that people could not criticize the government.
The Northwest Ordinance provided a means for the NW Territories to...
__________ did not support the Constitution.
Strong feelings about the role of the national government led to the formation of...
All 13 states ratified the Constitution immediately
The system of checks and balances was instituted to
What crop revitalised the Southern economy?
With the invention of the steam engine, factories no longer had to be located
The invention of the cotton gin shortened the time needed to pick cotton.
What percentage of Americans lived in cities after 1830?
Why did Napoleon sell the Louisiana territory to the US?
Schemata is a reader\'s ability to
Which is not an example of building a students schemata?
Cultural mismatch is
The three levels of prior knowledge are:
There is a difference between building prior knowledge and activating prior knowledge.
Which is NOT an example of Building prior knowledge
Explicit Links are
Which is NOT found in Academic Vocabulary/ Language?
There are various styles and formats to chose from when teaching academic vocabulary.
The Academic Word List:
Estimate the square root of 108 to the nearest tenth.
Find the square of 14.
Estimate the square root of 18 to the nearest tenth.
Joey has a square bedroom with an area of 121 square feet. What is the side length of a wall in his room?
A square checkerboard has an area of 400 square inches. What is the side length of the checkerboard and what is the PERIMETER of the checkerboard?
Find the square of 2.
A square backyard has an area of 169 square feet. How long is each side of the back yard?
A square backyard has an area of 152 square feet. What is the side length of the backyard? What is the perimeter?
A square box has a bottom with the area of 78 inches squared. What is the side length of the box?
Estimate the square root of 41 to the nearest tenth.
Which does NOT describe the Tier of words designed by Beck, McKeown, and Kucan?
Blachowicz and Fisher determined that there are six main principles that guide instruction.
According to Blachowicz and Fisher students should be
Word Sorts
List- Group- Label
Having students self select words that are essential to understanding content concepts is called:
Word Study Books are
Reading with students in small groups and helping them determine words they don't understand is an example of:
Building background is simply
Teaching critical vocabulary helps EL's improve their
When there is no KE left in an object.
Specific Heat Capacity is . . . .
The process of transfering heat by collisions between particles in a substance (specifically electrons)
The average energy in an object.
The expansion of an object due to increased molecular motion in that substance
Transfer of heat through electromagneic waves
Which of these is NOT one of the 3 laws of thermodynamics?
The total energy in an object
The transfer of heat through motion (specifically heat rises and cold sinks)
Which of the following is an example of radiation?
My friend begins talking to me about a recent presidential debate. This is an example of Kairos.
The amount of cognitions relative to the amount of consonant cognitions is what?
When I am feeling extreme dissonance, I may attempt to reduce it by seeking information that is consonant with my current beliefs. This is an example of what?
When I go to buy a new car. I don't do research, I just remember the funny commercial and purchase the vehicle. According to ELM, I am using which route of persuasion?
I am a vegitarian. According to Social Judgment Theory, I would probably be strongly involved in an issue of animal rights because of what?
Attitude changes through a cognative route are ofter a _____ change?
According to Dramatism, guilt is ALL of the following EXCEPT?
When I create victimage within Dramatism, I am what?
Becky tells me a story that I KNOW is complete BS. Her story, according to Narrative Theory is missing what?
Based on Narrative Theory, we evalute a story based on ________ and __________.
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The teeth grinding food is an example of what kind of change?
Which system carries oxygen to the body from the lungs?
Which systems work together to get nutrients from food to the body?
What kind of change occurs when saliva breaks down food particles?
Which system is responsible for filtering wastes from the blood?
How does the endocrine system maintain homeostasis?
Which systems below work together when a pitcher throws a baseball?
In which system would you find stomach acid chemically breaking down food?
In which system would you find organs that absorb water and nutrients?
Which system is responsible for body movement?
Which system exchanges oxygen and carbon dioxide?
Which systems interact to produce adrenaline?
Which system is responsible for PRODUCING blood cells?
The brain and spinal cord are part of which system?
Which system eiminates waste through urine?
Which of the following colonial settlements was owned and operated by the Dutch West India Company?
Which of the following people served as governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony?
New Amsterdam was owned and operated by the Dutch West India Company. What is the current name of New Amsterdam?
What was the name of the group of people that traveled to the Plymouth Plantation on the Mayflower?
Settlers of the Massachusetts Bay Colony originally landed at which of the following settlements in 1630?
What was the name of the English ship that landed at Plymouth Plantation in 1620?
Which of these settlements was started by the Virginia Company of London in 1607?
When the Pilgrims landed on Plymouth Rock in 1620, they were met with much colder weather than they had predicted. They were forced to make friends with as many of the Native Americans as possible. What was the name of local Indian who helped the peo
Which group of people did John Winthrop lead to Salem, Massachusetts, in 1630?
In 1619, a Dutch trader exchanged his cargo of Africans for food at which of the following English settlements?
Captain John Smith and 214 settlers landed on Jamestown Island in May of 1607. Which of the following Native American groups was living in the area near where the Jamestown settlement began?
of the original English colonists were religious separatists from the Church of England (i.e., the Pilgrims in Plymouth and the Puritans in Massachusetts Bay Colony). Why were these groups eager to settle colonies in North America?
Which river was home to the first English colony to survive in America?
Which is a reason colonists chose to build Jamestown where they did in the 1600s?
What happened to most of the raw materials found in Jamestown
The first Africans who arrived in Jamestown were
Which was an impact of the arrival of women at Jamestown?
Why was it possible to expand the growth of tobacco when Africans arrived in Jamestown?
Who granted charters that allowed Jamestown to be settled?
What did charters mean for residents of Jamestown?
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The majority of the colonial population in the Southern Colonies consisted of which of the following groups of people?
Pilgrims in the northern English colonies began planting corn as early as 1620. Who taught the English settlers about planting corn?
How did most people in colonial America earn money?
There were many different reasons why people settled in the American colonies. Why did many of the first settlers of New England come there?
There were several different reasons why the colonies were settled. In general, why were the majority of the Southern Colonies settled?
Which of the following was the first profitable crop in colonial Virginia?
The majority of the colonial population in the New England colonies consisted of which of the following groups of people?
The Northern and Southern Colonies had both different crops that they farmed and different means through which they accomplished their work. In which of the following areas was slavery most common?
Rebellious colonists felt that they were under tight control of the English. With the Atlantic Ocean between England and New England, which of the following was one of the reasons the colonists were not happy under English control?
Boston, Jamestown, and New York were three early colonial settlements. What do each of these three cities have in common?
The Province of New Hampshire was one of the original Thirteen Colonies. In which region was it located?
Which of the following original colonies was located in the Southern region?
The Province of New York was located in which region of the original Thirteen Colonies?
What made the Georgia colony unique from all the other colonies?
What is mass?
When travelling to Jupiter __________ changes.
John has a mass of 60kg on Earth. What is his weight if g = 10N/kg ?
Piggy has a weight of 660N on the moon. What is Piggy's mass on Earth, given that g = 10/6 N/kg on the moon?
Mary has a mass of 80kg and she travels to the moon. What is her mass on the moon?
Mass is measured using a
Kilogram is a unit for
Newton is a unit for
Weight is measured using a
When travelling to the moon, ___________ remains the same.
Who was responsible for the International Cotton Exposition?
Brown, Colquitt and Gordon were all
How did the Bourbon Triumvirate help Georgia?
What does 'disenfranchise' mean?
What was decided in the Plessy v. Ferguson Supreme Court Case?
Which Georgian was a journalist, economic speaker and spokesperson for the New South?
Which Georgian was a Populist turned Democrat and started the Rural Free Delivery Bill?
Why was the county unit system unfair?
What were Jim Crow laws?
Why was the Internation Cotton Exposition important?
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The formation of these two types of rocks requires high heat.
The formation of these two types of rocks requires high pressure.
Fossils will typically be found in this kind of rock.
Volcanoes are associated with this kind of rock.
You will find these in sedimentary rocks
You can distinguish between kinds of minerals based on different __________ they have.
Choose which selection is NOT a property of a mineral.
Which is an example of a mineral?
Rocks and minerals are part of this sphere of Earth
Lakes and rivers are primarily part of this sphere of Earth
The countries at the Yalta Conference made decisions regarding:
NATO stands for:
Which countries met at the Yalta Conference in 1945?
The line dividing the Eastern Bloc from the Western countries was the
The struggle between the United States and the Soviet Union after World War II was called
The _____________ was an alliance of Eastern Bloc countries.
The Soviet Union launched this satellite into space on October 4, 1957.
The Berlin Wall was built in
The United States, France and Great Britain controlled _________ Germany
Who became the head of the Soviet Union in 1985?
This type of rock is known as fire rock.
This rock is laid down in layers
This rock is formed by heat and pressure inside the crust of the earth.
This type of Igneous rock comes out of a volcano.
This type of igneous rock hardens under the surface of the Earth.
Sedimentary rock is laid down by this process.
Glaciers, Waves, Rivers all help remove material. This process is called?
The process in which the type of rock is changed to another type of rock.
What types of energy cause Mass Movement.
Wind is good at ?
What is an independent variable?
What is a dependent variable?
What is an experimental constant?
Which of the following is an example of an observation?
Which of the following is an example of an inference?
What is a control group?
What does the word "optimum" mean?
Which of the following is the first step of the scientific method?
Which of the following is the most valid source of scientific information?
Which of the following adjectives CANNOT be used to describe the scientific process?
A book is estimated to weigh
The distance between two continents would be measured in
All scientist use what system of measurement?
The length of a classroom is estimated to be measured in what?
The width of pencil lead is measured in what?
A feather would weigh less than one
What tool is used to measure mass?
What tool is used to measure length?
What tool is used to measure volume?
The length of a piece of notebook paper is measured in
What does the first paragraph tell the reader about Millicent
What does the undelined word cemented mean
Maddie becomes upset with some students because they
Which pair of words best descirbies Millicent's grandmother
Millicent places a great importance on her
Who is the author of the passage
How old was Millicent when she started JFK
Who picked up a photo of Millicent at her locker
What does vilified mean
What was one of the offending remarks made about Millicent
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What function is getting energy by linking oxygen to a form that can be used?
What function is sending useful products to all parts of the body and carrying wastes away?
What function is getting rid of wastes?
What function is changing food to a form that can be used?
Which system uses the heart?
Which system uses the kidneys?
Which system uses the liver?
Which system uses the lungs?
What is it called when you pull back your hand from a hot stove?
What is it called when you run across a basketball court?
Which item is NOT needed for respiration?
Which item is NOT a product of respiration?
Which system is NOT needed for cellular respiration?
How do liquid wastes leave the body?
How do solid wastes leave the body?
How do gaseous wastes leave the body?
Lungs in humans are like __________ in plants.
Arteries in humans are like _________ in plants.
Ovaries in humans are like ________ in plants
Which of the following does NOT leave through the skin?
Skin is made up of this type of tissue
Bones are made up of this type of tissue
Which order goes from smalles to largest?
This tissue carries oxygen and carbon dioxide
Messages are carried by this type of tissue
Which organ is NOT made of connective tissues?
Which structure is NOT made of nerve tissue?
Which structure is NOT made of muscle tissue?
Which is NOT a type of muscle tissue?
Which statement is CORRECT about tissues?
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What is a young wormlike organism with a form different than its parent called?
What is a change in body form called?
What are the four stages of metamorphosis in order?
The stages of growth and change make up an organism's?
Which animal goes through complete metamorphosis?
What is the average life span of a human being?
Which animal goes through incomplete metamorphosis?
Offspring inherit traits from ____ parents.
How long an animal lives is called its?
All organism follow the same general pattern of life: birth, ____, reproduction,and ______.
What is the color of the powdered form of a mineral?
What is it called when a mineral breaks unevenly?
What are minerals that contain silicon and oxygen?
What is the scale that determines hardness of minerals?
Temperature and pressure form what kind of minerals?
What is a naturally occurring inorganic solid with a definite chemical composition?
What is the way a surface of a mineral reflects light?
What is a solid, geometric form with a repeating pattern?
What is it called when a mineral splits to form smooth, flat surfaces?
Minerals can form as these cool and harden.
One complete revolution of Earth around the sun takes about
Earth has seasons because
In the Southern Hemisphere, the summer solstice occurs when the sun is
All objects are attracted to each other by the force of
The strength of the force of gravity depends on
A pattern or grouping of stars imagined by people to represent a figure is a
The tendency of a moving object to continue moving in a straight line or a stationary object to remain in place is called
The phase of the moon you see depends on
When are tides highest?
The constellations seem to move as the seasons on Earth change. What causes this?
Earth’s rotation takes about
Day and night are caused by
An equinox occurs when
The two factors that combine to keep Earth and the moon in their orbits are
From new moon phase to full moon phase, you see
Because the moon rotates once for each revolution around Earth,
The amount of the lit side of the moon you can see is the same during
The different shapes of the moon seen from Earth are called
For a solar eclipse to occur,
During what phase of the moon can a lunar eclipse occur?
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New Orleans was established by people from which European country?
The Spanish were the first Europeans to establish permanent settlements in which areas that are now part of the United States?
Which of the following best describes the Europeans who came to North America in the late 1400s and 1500s?
Native Americans introduced which of the following crops to British colonists living in North America?
Which of the following was introduced to the Native Americans by the Spanish?
Whom did the French and Spanish send to North America to convert Native Americans to Catholicism?
In the 17th century, French colonists began trading with which Native American tribe?
In 1754, the French and Indian War began when which groups fought over control of land west of the Appalachian Mountains and east of the Mississippi River?
When the Pilgrims arrived at Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1620, there were already Native Americans living in the area. Which of the following is one of the Native American tribes that the Pilgrims encountered?
How did Pocahontas help the Jamestown settlers in the early 1600s?
In the early 1600s, which Jamestown leader started trading with the Powhatan people of Virginia?
Which was a way that the Powhatan helped the early Jamestown settlers survive?
Which describes the relationship between the Jamestown settlers and the Powhatan in the early 1600s?
The colonists of the Plymouth Colony in Massachusetts would not have been able to live through the winter of 1620 without
European Colonists brought cattle, horses, pigs, and chickens and taught the Native Americans how to raise them Native Americans taught the European colonists how to grow maize, tobacco, and tomatoes What do the examples in the
A thermal feature that shoots hot water into the air is a
_____ Is one of the most famous geysers in the world
______ energy can be obtained from areas containing geysers
Geyers often contain ________ which gives them a bad smell
A ______ is produced when super-heated stem reaches the surface
The process of wearing down rocks is called __________.
_______ is the process that brings rocks to the surface each winter
________ is the effect of gravity pulling soil and rocks down a hill.
Rapid movement of large amounts of rocks and soil is called a
The most powerful eroding force is ________
The most important component of soil for growing plants is ______
___ can become fertile soil after a volcanic eruption
A formation in a cave that goes from floor to ceiling is called a_______
_______ is the force that causes water to move rapidly down a hill
______ is the main type of rock from which caves are formed.
The measure of the amount of air space in the soil is called _______.
The speed at which water flows through a sample of soil is called________.
4 types of caves are
When large amounts of snow and ice are pulled down a slope it is called ______
Soil is formed from___, ____, _____ and decayed plants and animals.
This literary element tells the reader what the author is thinking
This literary element is how the reader feels about what they are reading or viewing.
This literary term reveals the choices the writer makes in structure, word choice, and figurative
This person is the author of Romeo and Juliet
When we carefully read a story in order to better understand it, this is called
What event in Romeo and Juliet is considered the turning point
When Romeo says it is the east and Juliet is the sun this is a what
Romeo and Juliet takes place in acts.
Just like the first scene of a story, the first act of a play is known as the
What is the tone of this.. You are in big trouble mister.
What is the mood. You are in big trouble mister.
A sentenc e fragment
Which of the following sentences is a fragment?
Which of the following sentences is a fragment?
In order to be a complete, a sentence must have a subject, verb, and
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Which of the following is NOT a property of a mineral?
What is streak?
Which property can give you a clue as to what elements are compounds are in it?
What is a crystal?
Which is NOT a way minerals are formed?
Which of the following is true about minerals?
If a mineral splits on smooth regular planes, like mica it has:
If a mineral has a metallic shine it is called:
An ore is:
Which of the following is NOT true about Silicates
Why must all businesses incorporate their values into every aspect of their operations?
A company advertises that its products are durable lightweight, and come in a variety of colors. What strategy is the company using to position its product?
Which activity is addressed in the product/service management function?
Which of the following is an unethical situation in product/service management?
What is an example of an ethical issue that a product/service manager might face?
A company makes an ink pen claims no other pen on the market uses a type of ink that changes color when exposed to light. This is positioning a product according to what strategy?
Why do companies use brands for their products?
Which of the following is a way that a business can extend the life cycle of an established product?
Company XYZ sells condensed soups and promotes them by saying, "Great taste, great price." Company XYZ is positioning its product according to what strategy?
How do companies make brand promises to their customers?
This passage is told fromt he point of view of
At the beginning of the passage, why is Nathaniel irritated with Cid
Overall, Nathaniel's behavior is best described as
Which statement is most likely true of the characters in this passage
The author helps the reader understand Smokey's nature mostly through the use of
What does the underlined word buckle mean
What is a mirage
What is the horse's name
Why do you think Smokey acts up when Cid tries to ride him
Who rides Smokey after Cid
Why might profits sometimes decline for the company that first introducted the product during the growth stage of a product's life cycle?
Why does a company need to know what stage of the product life cycle its products are in?
What is one way businesses use computer technology to obtain information to improve their product/service mix?
Which of the following technological tools helps a business's employees simultaneously acces the same information about the business's products?
In what stage of brand loyalty do people become aware of the brand?
What is a technologically advanced method that allows businesses to produce products that are specialized for a very few customers?
Five years after a new product has been introduced, sales begin to level off because customers are purchasing the competitor's brand. What strategy would be most appropriate?
Why is the quality level of a product an important product/service management decision?
Why do companies use brands for their products?
Why must all businesses incorporate their values into every aspect of their operations?
Energy exists in two states. They are:
What is potential energy?
What is kinetic energy?
A moving object always has
If an object is NOT moving, it does not have:
Due to force of gravity, if an object is on top of a hill or in a position off the ground, it has:
Who has more potential energy, a skier on top of a hill or a skier half way down the hill?
What happens to a ball when it is dropped?
An apple hanging from a branch has potential energy because
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Viruses need this in order to reproduce.
These are important to the planet because they process nitrogen and make medicine.
These are common shapes of bacteria:
A prokaryote is a cell with no ________.
Flagella help bacteria to...
The three main types of archaebacteria are methane makers, heat lovers and...
_________ can live in hostile environments.
______ can reproduce only within a host cell.
______ are important to the planet as processors or nitrogen and makers of medicine.
Which property of matter is a measure of the gravitational force?
How does a physical change differ from a chemical change?
In a graduated cylinder containing several liquid layers, the least dense liquid is found
Melting crayons
Which of the follow units would be best for describing the volume of mercury (liquid) used in an experiment
What chemical property is responsible for iron rusting?
The motion of a 150g ball is more difficult to change than the motion of a 50 g ball because the 150g ball has
Which physical property of matter describes the relationship between mass and volume?
Souring milk is and example of a
Malleability is an example of a
A ___ shows how energy is passed from one living thing to another
All food chains begin with energy from the ____.
____ do not need to eat other living things because they can make their own food.
This type of organism must get its energy from plants and other animals.
Which of the following creatures is a herbivore?
Moles feast on the cicadas, worms and grubs that live underground, so moles are ___.
When plants and animals die, these creatures help turn their bodies into tiny pieces that add nutrients to the soil.
A round winged katydid is eating prairie grass, until suddenly a thirteen-lined ground squirrel catches and eats it. Which organism is the predator?
A black rat snake sneaks up on a young turkey as it feasts on cicada nymphs. Which of these creatures is NOT the prey?
These animals keep the ecosystem clean by feeding on dead and decaying organisms.
Which would be the easiest to start moving?
Aluminum made into thin sheets is an example of
Ice cube made of solid water is an example of
Flavored drink mix dissolving in water is and example of
Wood burning in a fireplace is an example of
What makes chemical properties so hard to observe?
The amount of matter in an object is its
What is the density of water?
How de oes a physical change differ from a chemical change?
Rust forming on metals is an example of
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a microorganism that has only one cell and its nucleus is spread throughout the cell
an animal that has no backbone
a kind of moneran and can cause harm or be helpful
a plant that has no tubes to carry food and water
a tiny organism made up of a few cells or a single cell
the major groups of living things
A portable drive that stores data (information
A stationary drive for storage
A computer that provides data to other computers on a network
A web address
Another word for information. It can be numbers or text
A slideshow presentation developed by Microsoft
Word Processor developed by Microsoft
The working space on your computer desktop located on the C: Drive
Computers connect to each other to share data
A collection of data or information
Electronic device for storing data and processing data
What element in an electric circuit is a generator?
What magnitude has Amps as unit?
What is Resistance per Intensity of current? RxI?
What is the name of your Technology teacher?
What does the word electricity in its origin mean?
What charge have protons?
What simil can you use to imagine Voltage?
What geometric shape is used as a trick with Ohm's law?
Which greek letter stands for the unit Ohm?
What happens when you connect the two poles of a generator directly?
What resource do Southern African countries have in common?
What is the deepest lake in Africa?
What is the largest desert in the world?
Which is the best climate zone in Africa for crop production?
Gold, coal, diamonds, and platinum are all major resources for which African Region?
Which mountain range stretches from Southwest Morrocco to Northern Tunisia?
Sudan borders which major physical feature in Africa?
What is the world’s longest river?
Which climate zones do animals such as buffalo, gazelles, and zebras live?
What agricultural condition threatens the land in Kenya, Botswana, and Mali?
What body of water does Egypt and Sudan rely on for irrigation of their crops?
The absence of rainfall is referred to as
Although it could potentially damage the environment, Chad’s economy could be improved by enhancing production of which natural resource?
Which physical feature is located between the Mediterranean Sea and other populous areas of Africa and is used as a trade route?
How did Libya begin improving their economy in 1958?
The Nile river is important to Africa because it provides:
What natural resource would likely be found in South Africa?
Which etnic group lives on the Eas African coast?
Which ethnic group worships the Golden Stool that represents the strength of the nation?
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Write the fraction as a decimal. 3/100
Write the fraction as a decmial. 125/1000
Write the mixed number as a decimal. 3 8/10
Write the decimal in expanded form. 9.12
Write the decimal in word form. 15.003
Write this fraction in word form. 3 22/100
Write the decimal in expanded form. 6.176
Compare. 0.7 ___ 0.3
Compare. 22.9 ___ 22.90
Compare. 13.03 ___ 13.30
Order the numbers from L-G: 0.2, 1/2, 1/4, 0.6
Order these numbers from L-G: 0.67, 1.5, 0.007, 2 1/4
Order these numbers from L-G: 6.007, 6.070, 6 3/4, 6
_____ is when an animal develops from just part of the original animal.
The making of offspring is called?
Adult tissues and organs form during what stage in metamorphosis?
What are the stages of incomplete metamorphosis in order?
What is the female cell called?
What is the passing of traits from parents to offspring called?
Fertilization produces a developing animal called an?
What is the male cell called?
What do adult animals specialize in?
Larvae and nymphs specialize in ______ and _______.
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According to Uses and Gratification, all below are assumptions of the theory, BUT _______.
Jodi LOVES to garden. She watches the “Better Home and Garden” network. She engages in which audience activity according to Uses and Gratification?
Kerry looks left and sees a television, she plugs in her headphones, and she thinks to her self, that media exists EVERYWHERE. Which Spiral of Silence characteristic is being used?
Kardashian divorce, the Bieber pregers scare, and what ever is going to come after are example of _________, according to Agenda Setting Theory.
Within Social Cognative Theory, I learned the appropriate things to do on a date through _________.
Within Social Cognative Theory, when I watch images of drunk drives being arrested, according to which effect, I am more likely to avoid driving drunk.
Within diffusion, ____________ talk is the communicative dissemination of a new idea, practice, or product to people in a collectivity.
Within Diffusion, ________ talk is the disclosing of one's beliefs and attitudes toward a new idea, product, or practice to other people in an interpersonal communciative network.
Stage of Diffucion when an indivdiual engages in activites that lead to a choice to adopt or reject the innovation.
Within Spiral of Silence Theory, the attitudes and behaviors expressed in public to avoid isolation.
All living things are made of this
All living things use this to keep on going...
How living things can make other cute little living things that look like them!
Living things get bigger and change, in other words...
When there is a stimulus, living things do this
Water, Proteins, Carbohydrates, and Lipids are all part of:
Where do living things come from?
Do all living things need water and food?
Do all living things need a certain amount of space to live in?
Another word for stable internal conditions?
In Latin, the word "flagellum" means...
Many animals get the nitrogen they need by...
Cheese, Sauerkraut and sourdough bread can be made by using...
The common cold is caused by...
Which of the following statements BEST describes viruses?
A virus reproduces through...
Bacteria that consume nitrogen in the air and change it into a form that plants can use are called:
Most bacteria reproduce by:
A virus needs a _______ to survive.
Without ________, life on Earth could not exist.
This is a thick protective membrane that contains an inactive bacterium.
These are medicines used to kill bacteria.
These kingdoms contain the oldest forms of life on Earth.
These feed on dead organic matter.
This is a food source when growing bacteria in petri dishes.
Rod-shaped bacteria are called...
Most bacteria (common) are:
Spherical bacteria are called...
A virus needs a ______ to reproduce.
Some bacteria are becoming resistent to _______.
This helped historians understand hieroglyphics.
A tall, four-sided pillar that is pointed on top.
This tomb taught us a lot about Egyptian burial practices and beliefs.
These were paths followed by traders.
These are goods brought in from other regions.
This was the first woman to rule Kush.
Egypt reached the height of its power and glory during this time.
Imaginary creature with the body of a lion and the head of another animal.
Egypts system of writing.
Aksumite leader that invaded Kush
Another name for traders.
A ruler that worked to increase Egpytian trade.
A long lasting, paper-like material made from reeds.
Items sent out to other regions.
Pharaoh who fought the Hittites for many years.
A system of people in different lands who trade goods.
Period of order and stability that lasted until about 1750 BC.
He built a kingdom that extended north from Napata to the Nile Delta.
Egypts first pharaoh.
Pharaoh best known for monuments built to him.
What are the smallest and simplest organisms?
What is a bacteria that causes disease?
_________________ prevents a viral disease.
An ______________ is when an outbreak caused by a bacteria or virus and thousands of people die.
Nutrient Agar is _______________________.
Bacteria reproduce by ___________________.
What kind of archaebacteria is found in hot springs?
What kind of archaebacteria is found where there is high salt concentration?
What kind of archaebacteria is found in swamps?
What is a microscopic particle that invades and destroys a cell?
Which are one- celled organisms?
An example of a helpful bacteria is _________________.
An example of a harmful bacteria are _________________.
The difference between Archaebacteria and Eubacteria is ____________________.
The Lytic Cycle is the process of _____________________.
______________ attach themselves to the host cell in order to reproduce.
It is important to get vaccinated every year because _____________ can change from year to year.
An endospore is a protective membrane which allows a cell to remain _____________________.
An ____________________ cures a bacteria infection, they do not heal them
An ________________is when an outbreak caused by a bacteria or virus and thousands of people die.
_________________ contain protein and nucleic acids.
Viruses do not eat, grow, or breathe which means they are:
Some _________ can be seen with out a microscope.
A _________ can cause damage to a living organism’s cells when they invade.
___________ can reproduce inside a living organism that serves as its host.
Viruses do not have cytoplasm, or a nucleus, which means they are:
_________________ is a food that contains bacteria.
Because of modern transportation, viruses spread ______________.
Food poisoning is an example of ________________.
Cocci is a bacteria that looks like _____________
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What is payment by a government to a group of people for loss or damages?
The sun never sets on the ___________ empire.
Some explorers wanted fame and money, but others wanted
Which is correct?
Who was czar of Russia during WWI
Countries have built strong armies to defend their own countries. This is an example of
The policy of obtaining and occupying colonies to form and empire is
Groups that show pride and love for their own country are displaying
The treaty that ended WWI was known as the Treaty of
Which political party took over Russia after the czar was gone?
What is payment by a government to a group of people for loss or damages?
The sun never sets on the ___________ empire.
Some explorers wanted fame and money, but others wanted
Which is correct?
Toussaint L'Ouverture fought for freedom for
Miguel Hidlago fought for freedom for
Simon Bolivar fought for freedom for
Waves carry...
The two CATEGORIES of waves are...
The two types of waves are...
Sound can travel through a vacuum.
Which statement correctly describes one characteristic of a sound wave?
Astronauts traveling toward Earth in a fast-moving spacecraft receive a radio signal from an antenna on Earth. Compared to the frequency and wavelength of the radio signal emitted from the antenna, the radio signal received by the astronauts has a
A student performs an experiment on waves and finds that the energy of the wave seems to move at a 90o angle to the movement of the particles. The student observed a/an
A student performs an experiment on waves and finds that the energy of the wave moves parallel to the movement of the particles. The student observed a/an
A student performs an experiment on waves and finds that the energy of the wave moves parallel to the movement of the particles. The student observed a/an
When a wave encounters a barrier, it moves around the barrier. This is an example of
A train sounds a whistle of constant frequency as it leaves the train station. Compared to the sound emitted by the whistle, the sound that the passengers standing on the platform hear has a frequency that is
Jose stands at the edge of the Grand Canyon and yells loudly. The sound waves bounce off the canyon and he is able to hear his echo 5 seconds later. This is an example of
Two students are talking in the hallway about a party. Little did they know, Mr. Simmons is able to hear their conversation around the corner of the hallway. This is an example of…
The higher the amplitude of a sound wave, the...
Frequency of a sound wave has to do with...
Our big goal for the Spring Physics ACP is...
Constructive interference forms...
10 complete waves occur in a distance of 20 meters. The wavelength of the wave is..
A wave competes 20 oscillations in 10 seconds. What is the frequency of the wave?
Light is an example of a(n)...
Who was czar of Russia during WWI
Countries have built strong armies to defend their own countries. This is an example of
The policy of obtaining and occupying colonies to form and empire is
Groups that show pride and love for their own country are displaying
The treaty that ended WWI was known as the Treaty of
Which political party took over Russia after the czar was gone?
What is payment by a government to a group of people for loss or damages?
The sun never sets on the ___________ empire.
Some explorers wanted fame and money, but others wanted
Which is correct?
What type of ticket/seating arrangement do sport venues sell to accommodate spectators who are price conscious and are willing to occupy any available seats on a first-come, first-serve basis?
Which of the following stadium seating arrangements are usually the least expensive tickets that fans can purchase:
One reason it is important for sport/event marketers to be able to accurately explain ticketing and seating arrangements is to help customers
Expanded bandwidth is changing the face of in-home entertainment by
Rhonda is making a presentation to the chamber of commerce of a large city in anticipation of building a sports complex. What is the primary element of distribution that she should discuss with them?
The cable network that televises college basketball games throughout the country is __________ the sports product.
Which of the following is a place decision that must be made in sports and entertainment marketing:
When a hockey team sets its ticket prices so it can achieve its goal of increasing its fan base by five percent, the hockey team is establishing a price objective in conjunction with a __________ goal.
When setting ticket prices for professional baseball games, the organization considers the team's performance, which is a(n) __________ factor
Why do sportswear stores calculate break-even in units?
A professional football team that increases ticket prices for next season because the team is on a winning streak is selecting a pricing strategy based on
Why would an event marketer promote an upcoming celebrity golf tournament at an exclusive course as a once-in-a-lifetime event?
A college athletic department sets the football ticket prices so that the organization earns income of $12 per ticket after covering expenses. This is an example of a price objective based on
What do sales beyond the break-even point provide to a business?
If your goal is to avoid storing or discarding merchandise, what pricing strategy should you select?
An increase in ticket prices is most accepted by fans if a sport has a(n) __________ demand for tickets
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