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Doing just the minimum amount of work necessary is an example of a poor what?
These skills are used to interact and communicate with individuals in an organizational environment.
The ability to communicate through words with the correct tone and manner is called what?
Fred was not paying attention when one of the employees told him that they were low on taco meat. Later that week, the store ran out of meat. Fred was missing good _____ skills.
Dealing with customer complaints, poor communication between coworkers or a misunderstanding with a supplier are examples that require what skill?
Creating an environment where everyone feels safe to express ideas, opinions and feelings or plan and problem solve in creative ways is an example of which skill?
Agreeing to disagree, being willing to compromise, looking for humor in a situation are all examples of what skill?
This is a set of forces that originates within as well as beyond an individual's being, to initiate work-related behavior and to determine its form, direction, intensity and duration.
Working cooperatively with people of different ages, gender, race, religion, political persuasion and people with disabilities is an example of what skill?
Identifying potential improvements to working practice and conditions, adapting to new situations and identifying the need to refer tasks which fall outside of the scope or job/role to others is an example of what skill?
Leaving work early, taking credit for the work of others or lying to a customer are examples of poor:
Planning ahead, the ability to work remotely and self-monitoring are examples of what skill?
These are the skills that define you as a person including descriptors of your work habits and what makes you a good fit for the company.
These are the skills that you take from job to job and use in almost every job.
These are the skills required to do the job, but are specific to the career or field.
Being honest, dependable, creative, professional and a team player are examples of which type of skill?
Managing priorities, motivating other, making presentations, computer skills and communication skills are all examples of which type of skill?
If a natural disaster flooded an ecosystem, which organisms would be MOST likely to survive?
If a disease swept through Memphis that killed flying insects, what types of spiders would MOST likely survive?
What does extinct mean?
A species could become extinct because of
Humans have caused some animals to go extinct. What is one way that humans MIGHT have caused some animals to be extinct?
In order for a species to be in less danger to go extinct, they should have which trait?
Plants → Rabbits → Fox → Bear : What would MOST likely make the rabbits become extinct?
Which of the following are DIRECTLY necessary for survival of a heterotroph?
There are many animals that were alive years ago that are now extinct. This MOST LIKELY was caused by:
Before an animal goes extinct, it goes on a list to be protected. Why should we protect endangered animals?
What is an avox?
Name the Capitol's police force
Who kills Rue?
In the cave, Katniss tells Peeta a story about...
Foxface dies by...
Why does Katniss begin to search for Peeta?
After the Games, Peeta and Katniss continue their star-crossed lovers act. Why?
Which of these is NOT a muttation?
What do Katniss and the Mockingjays have in common?
Why does Thresh spare Katniss' life?
What does Katniss bring back from the feast?
Cato's death is caused by what?
In a monomyth, what term is used to describe someone who comes to the hero's aid?
What is a muttation?
What do Katniss and mockingjays have in common?
The T.V. station was fined for broadcasting inappropriate language. Which governmental agency levied the fine?
If Amazon does not send you the goods you purchased, you have the right to ___.
Which of the following is NOT a way the government encourages competition?
The U.S. Government enforces anti-trust laws to ____.
The U.S. government regulates businesses. Because of this, it can be called a ___.
Increased competition results in ______.
Which type of business has one owner who takes all risks?
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of corporations?
Which of the following is NOT a reason states and nations trade?
Banks act as intermediaries between ___.
Which of the following is NOT a private financial institution?
Which of the following can lower the cost of production?
The kidney structure that encloses it and gives it a shiny appearance is the
The structure that carries blood into the kidney is known as the
The tubule that expels urine from the body is the
The structure that carries the blood out of the kidney is known as the
The tubules that carry the urine from the kidneys to the bladder are the
The center region of the kidney is known as the
The medial indentation of the kidney
The triangular shaped regions that contain the renal tubules are the
The tissue that separates the pyramids in the medulla
The structural and function unit of the kidneys is the
The region of the kidney that funnels urine toward the ureters
Which of the following is not a process involved in urine formation
The process in which the glomerulus removes the majority of the fluid contents of the blood
The process in which large ions and drugs are actively transported from the vein and into the renal tubule.
The process in which 99% of filtrate is place back into the blood stream.
The _____________ is a circular pattern of lines used primarily to detect ink slur.
A(n) _____________ is a compilation of quality control devices on a single electronic, printed, negative, or positive sheet or page.
A(n) _____________ is a strip of color printed in the trim area of a press sheet that contains a variety of quality control devices.
Offset presses and duplicators are precision machines that require a great deal of preventative _____________.
_____________is the adhering of ink to the nonimage areas of the plate, caused by too much ink and not enough water on the plate.
2 reps fill out job ticket, double check each others work, and proofread all jobs before sending to the client for them to proof is standard operating procedure (SOP) for:
_____________is a change in sharpness caused by a slippage of the cylinders, usually in the around-the-cylinder direction.
_____________is a small area where screen tints of the three process colors are printed.
Which is NOT a way to eliminate static electricity on the press.
Which is NOT a desirable paper characteristics for use on offset presses?
Calculate total cost of a $250 job after a 6.55 percent sales tax is added.
Checks printed job with proof in folder, double checks that the correct quantity was printed before sending out is standard operating procedure (SOP) for:
Double checks plates before printing, checks makeready against proof in folder before printing job, double check that the correct quantity was printed is standard operating procedure (SOP) for:
_____________ is a quality control device on a color bar used to indicate slur caused primarily by cylinder slippage.
_____________ is the optical increase in the size of a halftone dot during prepress operations.
_____________ is a quality control device consisting of a series of numbers used to indicate dot reproduction of halftones and process color.
_____________ is a compound applied, commonly a coating, on a substrate as a means of preventing the buildup of static electricity..
___________a printing defect characterized by halftone dots printing twice, a type of visual stuttering or echo. This defect is commonly caused ba a loose blanket, excessive pressure between the blanket and the substrate, or excessive ink on the plat
Which is NOT a reason to condition paper.
________ is the an unwanted transfer of ink from one sheet to the back of the next. Causes: too much ink; fountain solution is too acidic, not enough drier, static in delivery pile, paper coating is poor quality
What type of economy allows people to own and run their own businesses with only limited control by the government?
Money, land, buildings, machines, and tools needed to produce goods and services.
This means that people can never have everything that they want and so, they must make choices about what to produce ane what to buy.
This is a different name for the people that work at a business.
This is an economy in which the government controls exactly what is made, how much is made, and what to charge.
In what type of economy are goods and services allocated largely by prices, and consumers buy goods and services they want and can afford?
What is the contest among businesses to sell the most products called?
What is the measure of how many resources are needed to produce goods and services called?
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Odontologists identify human remains with
An autopsy is performed by a
insects at the crime scene can help to determine
the document examiner may study
the specialist who might recreate a traffic accident scene is
a forensic scientist could work in a
the serologist studies
another place a forensic engineer could work is
one way that investigators document a crime scene is with
there are five steps when processing a crime scene. they are
Number of electrons in outer level?
Two or more different elements that are chemically bonded
Two or more atoms chemically bonded together(smallest unit)
Proces of removing an electron
Group of covalently bonded atoms acting as a single atom
Type of bond where electrons are transferred
Type of bond where electrons are shared
Type of bond formed between a metal and nonmetal
type of bond formed between two nonmetals
Charged particle
What customary measurement would you use to find the weight of an acorn?
What metric measurement would you use to find the weight of a dog?
How many ounces are in 2 pounds?
What customary measurement would you use to weigh a cruise ship?
What is equal to 3000 grams?
What metric measurement would you use to weigh an eraser?
If Karina bought five cases of cokes. What other information would you need to know in order to know how many cokes she has in all? What operation would you use to find the answer
Victor is going to visit his friends in Mexico, and he travels for twelve hours at sixty-five miles per hour. How many miles did he travel?
Yunior wants to buy each of his classmates a gift that costs $3.21 each. He has $60. What information does he need to know to determine if he has enough money?
Jair wants to buy six bottles of bubble bath for his mom. Each bottle costs $3.89 each. He has a $20 bill. Does he have enough? How much more does he need?
According to the Engineering Design Process, what step comes after being given the problem in writing?
What is the end result of the Engineering Design Process?
The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco is an example of what kind of bridge?
A force that pulls apart, is
Give an example of a manufactured product
Automation in a factory is good for
Which is the best use of a robot in producing an automobile?
Which material is microwaveable, airtight, inexpensive, and does not break easily?
Which is an example of a propulsion system of a tractor?
Use a diagram, when assembling a swing, to
A flashlight is used to communicate with a person. What is the receiver?
What is the primary function of a hand held sign?
Which map will tell if an area could flood?
What is an example of an assistive device?
A ramp in front of a building is most likely used as
What material would be best to make a drill bit?
Which is the most useful tool to tighten a mechanical fastener?
Which is the best material to use to attach a sigh to poles?
Which set of tools is most appropriate to design and construct a wood crate?
Screwdrivers and wrenchs are used in which step of the manufacturing process?
What is a system that involves finding customers and keeping them satisfied?
What is a written report that documents a sales representative\'s visit with a customer?
Which of the following is apart of Sales Management?
What is any form of direct contact between a salesperson and a customer?
What is a visit without an appointment?
Which of the following is a type of Customer Decision Making?
Which of the following is NOT a product feature?
What are reasons a customer buys a product?
Which of the following is NOT a type of approach?
What type of words should you use when speaking to a customer?
What combines a cash register wtih a computer, making it possible to capture information about the transaction at the time of sale, and to then apply it to different functions?
When salespeople ask previous customers for names of potential customers, they are using?
What is a written report that documents a sales representative's visit with a customer?
What are intangible attributes related to the sale of a product that customers find important?
What is a telephone solicitation to make a sale?
What is an initial effort to close a sale?
What is a partial return of the sale price for merchandise that the customer has kept?
In ANPOCS, what does the O mean?
What is a dollar or unit sales goal set for the sales staff to achieve in a specific period of time?
Suggesting related merchandise is also known as?
Which specialized method of objection would you use to recommend a different product?
In which type of free on board delivery do the goods become the property of the buyer at the factory?
What is recommending a larger quantity of a product called?
Which close would you use for someone deciding between two items?
What is the first step in handling objections?
How many products should you show the customer at a time?
What is the least effective approach?
Which customer buying motives are reasons for remaining a loyal customer of a company?
What is the third step in the sales process?
Which objection reveals a hesitation to buy immediately?
What is a written report that documents a sales representative\'s visit with a customer?
The Decision making skill used when there is little or no previous experience with an item is called?
All of these are product features except for which one?
Which one of these is not a customer buying motive?
When deciding which approach to use, which one makes the customer feel the most welcome?
What are words used by salespeople that the average customer can understand?
Which answering objections method brings the customer back to the product to overcome the objection?
Which close is used when there is a limited supply of a certain product and the price will be rising in the future?
A percentage fee imposed by the government on the retail price of an item or service is called what?
A legal contract between the buyer and the supplier is called what?
What is the term that describes a dollar or unit sales goal set for the sales staff to achieve in a specified period of time?
Routine decision making can be described as:
Which of the following is NOT a physical feature?
Which of the following is NOT a type of buying motive?
What is the term that describes a process of locating as many potential customers as possible without checking leads beforehand?
What type of selling is Organizational selling?
Which of the following is NOT a rule of suggestion selling?
What is the term that describes a written record of a sales transaction
What is the term that describes the cash drawer of a cash register
Which of the following would NOT be included in a purchase order?
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Drugs that cause the central nervous system to speed up
Drugs that slow down the central nervous system
Steroids act like what hormone?
Hallucinogens distort what?
Narcotics are depressants that help reduce what?
What are commercially available products that people use to inhale the gaseous fumes?
What is an example of a stimulant
What is an example of a depressant
What is an example of a hallucinogen?
What is the active ingredient in marijuana?
The body develops a chemical (bodily) need for a drug
The body adjusts to the effects of a drug. You need more to achieve the same effect.
symptoms that occur when a person stops using a drug after they developed dependence
Which method of administration puts a drug into the blood fastest?
Which method of administration is the slowest?
To be a drug, the substance needs to change the body in what way?
What government agency controls food and drugs
Some OTC drugs were once Prescription Drugs
The effect of a drug on a person will depend on what oher drugs that person is taking
A person who is physically and mentally dependent on a drug is considered
Mechanical waves are created when a source of energy causes a medium to
The maximum distance that the particles of a medium move from the rest position is the _____ of a wave.
Electromagnetic waves can transfer energy without a ______.
An opaque object has a particular color because it absorbs some wavelengths but ______ the rest.
In a _________ wave the particles of the medium move at right angle to the direction of the wave.
When parallel beams of light shine on a concave mirror, they will __________.
The more _________ a wave has, the greater its amplitude.
The dense areas of a longitudinal wave are called
The type of electromagnetic wave with the shortest wavelength, but highest frequency is
The colors in the ________ are Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet.
Present subjunctive for la película SER
Present subjunctive for nosotros IR
Present subjunctive for Uds. SABER
Present subjunctive for yo ESTAR
Present subjunctive for tú DAR
Present subjunctive for Felipe VIAJAR
Select the best way to complete the following: Es posible
Present subjunctive for tú VENDER
Select the best way to complete the following: Es importante
Present subjunctive for ellos VIVIR
Select the best way to complete the following: Es probable
Present subjunctive for nosotros SALIR
Select the best way to complete the following: Es bueno
Present subjunctive for yo TENER
Select the best way to complete the following: Es necesario
Present subjunctive for tú PODER
Select the best way to complete the following: Es dudoso
Present subjunctive for él DORMIR
Select the best way to complete the following: No es lógico
Present subjunctive for yo PAGAR
Which group of animals spends part of life on land and part on water
Animals that have the same body temperature whether their surroundings are warm or cold.
What do fish use to breathe?
How do plants get their food?
Plants that produce seeds and fruits
Animals that drink milk from their mothers are called
Which is an example of a gymnosperm?
These types of plants have a root system to absord nutrients and water from the soil
Animals that have a backbone are called
Which animal is an invertebrate?
A student rides a bicycle 2400 meters in four minutes to get to school. What is the student's speed?
What does a horizontal line on a velocity/time graph represent?
A rider finishes a 120 km bicycle trip in three hours. What is the average speed of the rider?
Which of the following best describes a situation in which the acceleration would be negative?
Where on Earth would a person weigh the most?
What force acts on all objects on Earth?
A student drops a baseball and a feather from a third-floor window. Which force explains why the baseball hits the ground before the feather?
A student stops a bicycle by applying a brake. Which unbalance force causes the bicycle to stop?
Studen A and Student B are sitting on opposite sides of a see-saw. Student A's side is on the ground while student B's side is in the air. How does the mass of Student A compare to Student B?
What will happen to a moving object if an unbalanced force is applied to the object in the same direction the object is moving?
What happens to motion and direction when an unbalanced force acts on an object?
Which of Newton's Laws states that an object will not move unless a force acts upon it?
Which of Newton's laws is also known as the Law of Inertia
Which property of matter causes an object to stay at rest unless acted upon a force?
A hockey puck is traveling on a frictionless surface. Which statement best describes the motion of the hockey puck?
Which of Newton's Laws of Motion best describes an object in constant motion?
An object is resting on a table. What would cause the object to move?
Which explains the motion of a rolling ball on a flat surface?
What is the tendency of a moving object to continue moving in a straight line?
Which describes a car going 50 miles per hour east?
What is the bending of waves due to a change in speed called?
The only waves that can travel through space are?
From fastest to slowest, what is the order sound waves would travel through a medium
What determines the energy of a mechanical wave?
A match is connected to a circuit by a filament. The circuit lights the match. What energy conversion is taking place?
Which process is the burning of a fuel to change chemical energy into thermal energy?
When calcium metal is placed in a container of water, the water molecules break apart the bond to calcium ions. The outside of the container feels very hot to the touch. What is happening during this reaction?
When light energy changes to heat, what happens to the total amount of energy?
What is the term used to describe why a straw appears to bend when placed in a glass of water?
What would happen if a black object was exposed to direct sunlight?
What are the two main types of mechanical waves?
What happens when a pebble is dropped in a pond?
An object absorbs all the colors of visible light. Which color does the object appear to the observer?
Why does a banana appear yellow in white light?
What happens when a warm object comes in contact with a cold object?
A student pours cold water into a cup of hot chocolate. Why does the hot chocolate cool down?
What causes us to see a carrot as being orange?
What explains why it is possible for you to see undistorted objects through a clear glass window?
Why does a battery powered video game heat up when you play it for a long time?
A person puts a pot of water on the stove. When they turn on the burner what kind of energy is electrical transferred into?
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What is a sales quota?
Which of these is the correct order of the selling process?
What are conscious, logical reasons for a purchase.
Which approach would you use if the customer if you believe a customer is showing interest in the product?
What is merchandising?
What is the boomerang method?
Which method is the method used when your explain services that overcome obstacles or problems?
Which of these is NOT a rule for suggestion selling?
What is an allowance?
Which of these delivery arrangements both call for the buyer to pay the shipping charges?
What are physical features?
How is nonverbal communication expressed?
Which is and open-ended question?
What is an objection?
Which is not a method to answer an objection?
What is not a common objection?
which is not a tip for closing the sale?
Which method of closing the sale has you explain services that overcome obstacles or problems?
Which is not included in a purchase order?
Which delivery arrangement is when the buyer pays the shipping cost and is responcible for losses for damages that occur in transit?
What is a call report?
What involves sales exchanges that occur between two or more companies of business groups?
What type of decision making is used when there has been little or no previous experience with an item?
What are terms that the average person can understand?
What sales method involves using a previous customer or another neutral person who can give a testomonial about the product?
What is selling additional goods or services to the customer?
In which close do you ask for the sale?
What is a legal contract between the buyer and the supplier?
WHat is a combination bar code and number used to identify a product and manufacturer?
What is a written record of a sales transaction?
Which of the following is not a retail sales trasaction?
Which of the following is not on a purchase order?
If the customer gives you $20 for somthing that costs 8.75, how much will the customer get back in change?
What is the till?
Which is not a basic sales transaction function?
If a customer buys two jackets that cost $60 each what is the total if tax is 8%
How many slots are in a cash register?
What is the empty slot in a cash register used for?
Where are the coins supposed to go in a cash register?
Why would the manager need to come and inspect larger bills like $50 and $100?
A petrified fossil forms when
Rock layers are _____________than the intrusions that cut across them.
Fossils are almost always found in
When rock layers are lost due to erosion, this is known as
The Precambrian time began after the formation of the Earth about_____ years ago.
Fossils provide evidence for all of the following EXCEPT
An index fossil
mold fossils form when
Leaf prints on rocks are called
the geoligical eras in order from oldest to youngest is
Both of them had/were having bowls of water and dozens of fish strips
I used/ get to walk to work everyday when I was younger
El está acostumbrado a navegar en botes de remo
Stella was expecting/expected every strip of fish whimpering pitifully
screech
Ella solía vivir despierta sus fantasías
They used/would live in an island
El trató de hacer movimientos para nada llamativos, para no atraer a los tiburones
El se sentía levemente menos solo en el mar con el sonido de su propia voz.
El se sentía no tan solo en el mar con el sonido de su propia voz.
What is sublimation?
When does condensation occur?
What happens when a liquid starts to boil?
Adding energy to a substance's particles is what kind of process?
Which is an exothermic process?
Which of the following is an exothermic change?
Water evaporating is what type of change.
Which of the following changes of state is exothermic?
During which change of state do atoms or molecules become more ordered?
Which of the following describes what happens as the temperature of a gas in a balloon increases?
Which of the following describes the particles of a liquid?
Boiling points and freezing points are examples of
What happens to the volume of a gas inside a cylinder if the temperature does not change but the pressure is reduced?
The atoms and molecules in matter are
If a sealed ziploc bag is half full of air. What will happen if you roll the bag decreasing the volume?
What law relates pressure and volume, temperature constant.
Charles's law states that at constant pressure, the volume of a gas is___________ temperature.
Gay-Lussac's Law states that the pressure of a gas is
The tires on your car were properly inflated, for the past two weeks the temperature dropped significantly. What happened to the air pressure in the car's tires?
All of the following describe liquids except
What is eager interest?
What is confidently presenting yourself and your abilities to those around you?
What is handling problems and criticism at work gracefully and maturely?
What is a basic outlook on life?
What is idle talk that consists mostly of rumors?
What is putting up an emotional guard against negative opinions?
What is being overbearing and full of self-importance?
What is a recognition and regard for yourself and your abilities?
An important part of professionalism is.....
To deal with the pressure of meeting guidelines, it's a good idea to...
An essential step in developing self-esteem is to...
Criticism that is presented in a way that can help you learn and grow is
Making a daily "to do" list can help you deal with on-the-job ...
Repeating to yourself statements such as "I can achieve whatever I want can help overcome inner
Doing your work with .... can help you develop a reputation as a hard and willing worker.
..... is the first step in building a postive attitude.
Making a list of your abilities and successes can help you build ......
A feeling or knowledge of your abilites, called...., generates success.
Channeling your energy into problem solving can help you control.... on the job.
A good way to handle a mistake is to ....
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What does the word veto mean?
What is the term for a person entering the country from another with the intention of staying there permanently?
allegiance
calligraphy
descend
elaborate
emperor
favor
figurehead
imperial
isolation
loosely
martial
meditate
prosper
ruthless
status
Becoming aware of something using the senses
Wrong
Choose the synonym for the word plan
To plan, create, think
Fill-in-the-blank. The climber--------------- to the top of the mountain.
Close to, near
Ascend means
A recession is
To drop down suddenly
How many years make up a decade?
Close to, near
Archeological
Fill-in-the blank- The ------------ occurred due to businesses losing money.
Find the synonym of the word adjacent.
To rise, climb up
Ultimately, who is responsible for your financial decisions?
What is the number one cause of overdraft fees?
Overdraft service is:
A debit card is a:
The Federal Reserve has recently added new rules pertaining to Debit Cards. One of the new rules is that:
Which of the following statements is false?
Which of the following is true of check-cashing services?
If a checking account begins the month with a balance of $35.00 and over the month has debits of $150.00 and credits of $175.00, the balance at the end of the month is ____.
Which of the following statements concerning a bank savings account is false?
Which of the following statements concerning direct deposit is false?
Why is it important to balance bank accounts?
The result of the tie between Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr resulted in the creation of which Amendment?
During the United States’ rapid expansion westward, Tecumseh and “The Prophet” urged Native Americans to
Which Federalist policy did Jefferson keep during his administration?
Marbury v. Madison established which of the following?
The Mississippi River was especially important to farmers because it
What was one result of the Embargo Act?
From which foreign nation did the United States purchase the Louisiana Territory?
Who was President during the War of 1812?
Which treaty ended the War of 1812?
Francis Scott Key wrote the national anthem at this battle
Which of the following was a result of the War of 1812?
The Barbary states are made up of what counties?
What is the definition of embargo?
What is the definition of laissez faire?
What is the definition of tribute?
What river runs through China, Thailand, Laos and Vietnam?
What is the world's highest mountain range?
What are the two deserts located in China?
What 4 continents are touched by the Ring of Fire?
What is the capital of China?
What is the capital of Japan?
What is the capital of South Korea?
What is the capital of North Korea?
What is the capital of Vietnam?
What ocean borders most of East Asia?
What 2 countries are located on the Korean Peninsula?
Why is the population density low in the western part of China?
What is the name of Japan's tallest mountain?
Japan is made of islands and sits atop 2 ________ plates which cause many earthquakes in and around Japan.
Name one country in East Asia or Southeast Asia that is considered an archipelago.
There are a million square miles of desert in China, making twice as much desert as _______ land (land that can be farmed).
In what geographic feature do the three rivers in China begin?
Why is the Plateau of Tibet known as the roof of the world?
About 90% of China's population lives in this part of the country.
Why do most people live in the Eastern part of China?
Kinetic Energy
Kinetic Theory of Matter states that
Endothermic change
Exothermic change
Deposition
Phase change
As a substance is changing from one state of matter to another, the slope of the line on a phase change diagram at that point is
If a balloon filled with carbon dioxide is dipped into liquid nitrogen, the carbon dioxide in the balloon will solidify (turn into a solid), creating dry ice. This indicates that
As the temperature of a gas is increased,
When the cold threatens the oranges in Florida, growers spray the oranges with water so the water freezes. How does this save the oranges?
What is teh correct definition for latitude?
What is the correct definition for longitude?
Choose the reason why when it is summer in the northern hemisphere, it is winter in the southern.
What information could you learn about a place if you were only given its latitude coordinates?
What are the 5 themes of geography?
What is NOT a purpose for government?
Which government allows people to have a voice through representatives and is guided by a constitution?
Which government is directly run though their religious beliefs and practices
Which form of government is run by a royal family that has all power over their people
How are direct and representative democracies alike?
What is the definition for a primary source?
What is the definition of a secondary source?
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While heavily dependent on the environment, we are not dependent for everything we need to stay alive and healthy.
If everyone on earth consumed at the same level as the citizens of the U.S., we would need
Which of the following is an example of reuse?
Which of the following is a nonrenewable resource?
Which of the following is a solution suggested by the author to the problem of the degradation of a shared common resource?
Which is an example of a natural service
The reason we observe a “pyramid” of energy flow instead of an energy flow “cube” is because
Which is an example of nondegradable pollution
What is a tipping point
Which is not a definition of sustanablity
Which of the following is an example of low-quality energy?
Which law states we cannot create or destroy atoms?
Which is an example of a negative feedback loop?
An example of kinetic energy is
Which of the following does not represent renewable energy?
Which of the following is a way scientists do not try to reduce errors in their observations and measurements?
What is not a difference between frontier science and reliable science
Which is an example of high-quality matter?
Why is an incandescent lightbulb ineffientient?
a lack of responce during a time of an input feedback and the systems reponce
Ecology is the study of
The amount of the earth’s surface covered by land
Organisms that complete the final breakdown and recycling of organic materials from the remains of all organisms are the
Which is the rock soil and sediments?
Which is not true of green house gases?
Which of the following is a producer
A niche is a
Which nutrient is not normally in the atmosphere?
When water forms into clouds it
Which is a way humans impact the carbon cycle?
Who discovered Kuiper Belt?
How many satellites are known as Galilean satellites ?
What is the name of largestsatellite in our solar system?
How many types of comets are there?
What is known as cloud of gas and dust?
What is the diameter of mercury?
What is the first planet discovered since ancient times?
What is the largest satellite of Uranus?
What is the orbiter sended to Mars in 1996?
What is the Jupiters most outstanding suface feature?
A population made up primarily of prereproductive individuals will
Of the sex ratios below, which population should experience the greatest future growth (all other things being equal)
Which one of the following would result in an increase in the rate of population growth?
As the size of a population approaches the carrying capacity, the
The current world human population is experiencing
* carry information away from the cell body and ** carry information toward the cell body
The brain and spinal cord are parts of the * nervous system.
The work of any muscle is done during the * phase
Where is new bone added in joints?
* attach bones at joints and ** attach muscle to bone
The boys were forced to briskly move because the dog was chasing them.
The girl had an epiphany while she was doing her homework and was excited.
The man was confused because the clues told him to go to the stone but the writing was indecipherable.
The dog's plan was fizzled when the cat went inside.
The girls were scared of the phantom when they were playing outside in the dark.
The morbid monster would not leave us alone at the haunted house.
The grandma replenished her candy jar after the grandkids left.
The accusations of the man were true.
The jarring pain of the dog's teeth was hard to forget.
The boy riveted his eyes on the girl across the room because she was beautiful.
_________ determines traits
The complementary strand to the DNA sequence TAGTCA would be
If a human blood cell has 46 chromosomes, how many chromosomes are in your brain cell?
Genes are located on?
Pollen is the reproductive spore that contains:
Pollen is produced in the
The flower:
The stamen:
Fertilization happens through pollination. It occurs when a sperm cells fuses with an egg cell:
The pistil:
Americans adopted the republican form of government from ______.
The Constitution was written to replace _____.
The first ten amendments to the Constitution are called _____.
The _____ is the leader of the Senate.
_____ of the Constitution states "the executive power shall be vested in a President of the United States."
The _____ hears the case when a person sues the federal government for money.
The Constitution gives _____ powers to the states. These are powers that the federal government does not have.
Judges on the court of appeals may _____.
_____ is a common wealth of the United States. This area rules itself but chooses to be part of the United States.
The most common type of city government is the _____ form.
At a political convention, the _____ praises the party and predicts a victory in an election.
Interest groups try to influence _____ by lobbying legislators.
Under a system called _____, a lord protected his people in exchange for their loyalty and service.
The United Nations _____ promotes cooperation among nations in health care, education, cultural development, and human rights.
The United States does not have friendly relations with _____.
A(n) _____ is a government in which the power is given to citizens who vote for public officials.
A(n) _____ is a nation’s headquarters in a foreign country.
_____ is a system in which a nation becomes strong by storing wealth and controlling the market.
_____ is a shortage of food so severe that many people starve.
Several minor parties can form a _____ in order to gain a voting majority.
_____ decisions determine which neighborhoods in a city will include businesses and which will include only houses.
Legislation that makes a territory write a constitution and prepare for statehood is a(n) _____.
If you are not satisfied with a court’s verdict, you can _____ to a higher court.
The nonelected workers in government offices make up the _____.
Treating people unfairly because of their race, sex, age, or physical condition is _____.
The county _____ investigates any death that does not appear to be from natural causes.
Thousands of _____ have come to the United States in search of a better life.
Congress has added several _____ that have changed and improved our rights under the Constitution.
After nations in conflict make peace, their leaders may sign a(n) _____.
A(n) _____ is ruled by a king or queen.
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Which of the following is a property of an acid
Which of the following is not a state of matter?
Synonym for illegal, unauthorize
Synonym for remember, recollect
Synonym for mock-up, stencil
Synonym for twist, squirm
Synonym for memorial, tribute
Synonym for stretch the truth
Antonym for sociable, friendly
Antonym for gloomy, morose
Antonym for cheering, encouraging
Antonym for levelheaded, serious
Antonym for required, mandatory
Antonym for awkard, clumsy
Meaning for a persom who has committed a crime
Meaning for to cut apart in preparation for scientific study
Meaning for an event resulting in death
Meaning for causing excitementor anger
Meaning for to keep doing something in spite of difficulties
Meaning for wealth, riches
Meaning for to shrink back or hide in fear
Meaning for warlike, fond of fighting
Meaning for the beginning, start
Meaning for likely to spoil or decay
Meaning for to get revenge for
Meaning for to give up
Meaning for to free from bondage
Meaning for reasonable
Meaning for to meet in accordance with a plan
Meaning for rounded and plump
Meaning for lazy, slow-moving
Meaning for a delicate color or hue
351 km = _______ m
45.92 mg = ______ g
12.37 cm = _______ mm
45.77 L = ______ mL
86 kg = ______ mg
25.6 dm = ______ mm
607.19 hm = ______ cm
597.9 mL = ______ L
23.6 hm = _____ m
9.7 mm = ____ cm
Which statement explains why water has such a high melting and boiling point?
List the 3 phases of water in order from most to least dense.
Which statement about water is FALSE?
Which of the following is not a PHYSICAL property of water?
What causes a bottle of soda to burst in the freezer?
What is the median value of the following set of numbers: 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10
Water-based solutions are called
Which pair forms a homogeneous mixture?
Solutions are always
Heterogeneous mixtures include
Which of the following is a solution?
A salt compound is added to pure alcohol. There is no settling and no Tyndall effect. It is most likely a(n)
A sample is dark brown in color when shaken, but quickly settles out into 2 layers and shows the Tyndall effect. It is a
More than 97% of Earth's water is found in
Most of Earth's freshwater is located in
Which is an example of direct water use?
Which is an example of indirect water use?
Most of Earth's accessible freshwater, and the most common source for rural households, comes from
Why is water considered a polar molecule?
Which of the following is NOT a heterogeneous mixture known as a colloid?
air that moves horizontally
the force put on a given area by the weight of the air above it
a circular pattern of air rising, air sinking, and wind. 
an upward rush of heated air. 
A downward rush of cool air.
A line on a weather map connecting places with equal air pressure.
Wind that blows from land to sea.
wind that blows from sea to land
A cool wind that blows up a mountain slope and replaces the slope’s rising Sun-warmed air.
A cool night wind that blows down a mountain slope to replace the warmer air in the valley. 
2) The three categories of food safety hazards are biological, physical and
Three keys to food safety are practicing good personal hygiene, preventing cross-contamination, and
According to the CDC, the five common causes for foodborne illnesses are failing to cook food adequately, holding food at incorrect temperatures, using contaminated equipment, practicing poor personal hygiene, and
Foodborne pathogens grow well at temperatures
FAT TOM stands for Food, Acidity, Temperature, Time, Oxygen and
1) Why are the elderly people at a higher risk for foodborne illnesses
While commonly linked with contaminated ground beef, what pathogen has also been linked contaminated produce?
Which practice can reduce Salmonella spp. in poultry to safe levels?
Covering wounds can help prevent the spread of which pathogen?
A foodborne illness to be considered an “outbreak,” a minimum of how many people must experience the same illness after eating the same food?
Which best describes the Gulf Stream?
Why does the western coast of Europe generally have a warmer climate than the East coast of the United States even if cities are along the same latitude?
Which of the following is true in regards to the Gulf Stream?
Since the Gulf Stream is a surface ocean current, it is driven mostly by...
Where does the Gulf Stream begin?
Which of the following best represents the direction of the jet stream that influences weather across the United States?
Which of the following factors has the greatest effect on weather and climate on Earth?
Which best describes a characteristic of the jet stream?
About how high in the sky is the jet stream located?
What layer of the atmosphere is the jet stream located in?
Who was the 17th President of the United States of America?
What was the tax called that voters had to pay when voting?
Who was the 19th President of the United States?
What was the law that Johnson broke which led to his impeachment?
What was the name of the segregation laws put into effect in the South after the Civil War?
What was the term for the Southerners who supported Reconstruction but also tried to profit off of it?
What group of people had control of the Senate while Johnson was in office?
What was the percentage of votes needed in Congress to override any of Johnson's decisions?
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_______ in Mesoamerica used writing, studied astronomy, and built bridges.
The _____ began colonies in North America.
The _______ and the British fought for power in North America.
At the Second Continental Congress, delegates _______.
The Bill of Rights was added to the Constitution to protect _______.
Inventions such as the _______, steel plow, and reaper improved American farming.
After the _______, the United States controlled California and the Southwest.
Kansas and Nebraska voters received popular sovereignty. They could decide whether to _______.
In the Dred Scott case, the Supreme Court said slaves _______.
The conflict between President Johnson and the Radical Republicans in Congress affected _______.
Freedom of religion, speech, press, association, etc
Right to bear arms
Gov't can't force you to feed and house soldiers
No unreasonable searchs and seizures without probable cause
Right to be charged by jury. no forced self-incrimination
Right to jury, lawyer, and question accuser.
Guarentees trial by jury
No cruel and unusual punishment or excxessicve bail
People have other rights not stated here.
People have all rights not given to federal gov't or state gov't
When an author uses an exaggeration for emphasis or effect.
When an author gives human qualities to an inanimate object.
When an author gives hints or clues about something that will happen later in a story.
When an author uses an object or image to stand for a bigger idea.
When an author jumps back to a scene or event that happened in the past.
A type of language that is used in classrooms, textbooks, and tests.
Which of the following is an example of academic language?
Events that lead to the climax
Events leading to the resolution.
The most exciting part of a story.
Melyik jelöl létezö cellát az Excel 2003 táblázatban?
Egy Munkafüzetben hány darab Munkalap lehet maximum?
Melyik nem létezö cellaformátum?
Képletek másolhatósága terén melyik nem létezö címzés?
Melyik állítás hamis?
Melyik állítás igaz?
Melyik állítás hamis?
Melyik érvényes hivatkozás?
Melyik létezö függvénykategória?
Az 55 hogy nézne ki az alábbi egyéni cellaformátumban: 0,00"fitying" ?
How do we have to change adjectives to agree with nouns in Spanish?
How do you say: The black shirt
How do you say: the blue jeans
How do you say: An ugly sweater
How do you say: Some nice girls
How do you say: The white cat
What is "Como eres" asking?
Which is the most logical response to "Cual es tu color favorito?
Which word means the same as "moreno(a)"
What is the opposite of "largo"
Earth has both freshwater and salt water. About how much of Earth’s water is fresh water?
Each layer of the geosphere has mass. Which layer has the most mass?
Sometimes fires burn down large areas of forests that are part of the biosphere. Other than the biosphere, which of Earth’s other spheres is a forest fire most likely to affect?
What is the order of the layers of the geosphere when starting from Earth’s center and moving outward?
About how many times more nitrogen than oxygen is in the air?
Surface currents and waves form when energy from the sun causes two of Earth’s spheres to interact. Which two spheres interact to produce these waves and currents?
At different places on Earth, depending on elevation, air pressure varies. What causes atmospheric pressure?
As altitude increases, what happens to the pressure of the air?
Earth scientists have identified four distinct layers of the atmosphere. What is the correct order of these layers from lowest to highest?
Much of the ultraviolet radiation from the Sun is absorbed in the upper atmosphere. Which molecule is responsible for this?
The atmosphere is divided into four layers. Which layer constitutes most of the total mass of the atmosphere?
The atmosphere is divided into four layers. In which layer of the atmosphere do humans live?
Which is the correct sequence for temperature as you move upward in the atmosphere?
Which three factors most directly affect surface currents in the oceans?
What is the source of the energy for ocean surface currents?
Which two factors are responsible for the formation of deep currents?
What causes convection currents to form in the oceans?
When upwelling takes place, which of the following happens?
Which of the following most correctly describes the sequence that produces movement of ocean water?
Which of the following statements describes how ocean surface currents move?
Where do most livng things on Earth get their energy?
What is one good thing about species laying several eggs instead of having just one baby?
What 3 things do plants need for photosynthesis?
What does the arrow mean in a food web or chain?
What characteristic is most important for animals that live in a desert?
If a forest is cut down to build houses is this change beneficial, neutral, or detrimental?
How do eyespots help a butterfly?
What is the main function of seeds?
What is a drought?
Which of these animals is a consumer?
What Indian tribe walked the “Trail of Tears?”
Who helped John Quincy Adams become President in the "corrupt bargain"?
Who had an industrial based economy?
What is sectionalism?
A transcendentalist would have said the following:
What was the Monroe Doctrine?
Why did tariffs not affect the North as much?
Who began the Mental Illness Reforms in the U.S.?
The economy of the North came from Industry, the South’s economy came from
How did Manifest Destiny impact the US?
Our genetic material or blueprints
the double helix is made up of nucleotides. Which is NOT part of a nucleotide?
The sides of the double helix are made up of:
The "rungs" of the double helix are made up of:
These hold the nitrogen bases together in the double helix
The two scientists who are credited with the discovery of the double helix are:
DNA replication occurs during
The double helix is unzipped by:
DNA codes for the production of:
DNA replication is important
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What is brinkmanship?
What was the arms race?
What was the space race?
Who did Eisenhower have peace talks with, and refused to apologize and admit to a spy plane.
Identify which method companies are using to complete for your money: 90 days same as cash
If you do not have a FICO score, what factors will determine whether or not you qualify for a mortgage
Which is not a power of purchase tactic
The purpose of advertising is to
Which of the following things can't be done with a debit card but can be done with a credit card
By asking yourself why did I buy this product you are examining your
Which of the following statements is true
Identify which method companies are using to compete for your money by placing the product at eye level
Percentage of college students that graduate with student loans
Instead of borrowing money for purchases, you should set money aside in a ___ over time and pay with cash
In a budget, your income minus what you plan to spend your money on
Your monthly budget should include
Which of the following is a sign that your identity may have been stolen
The zero-based budget is the best method of budgeting because
Which of the following is true regarding college
Car repairs is a
Which of the following is not a credit myth
Many people left the cities to go where?
Who was left in the cities when everyone else left to the suburbs?
What did President Eisenhower do?
What was the baby boom?
By 1960, how many houses owned a TV?
Who were Beatniks?
Which statement is true?
Which statement is true of the election of 1960?
Where did people move during this time?
What increased as a result to the growing number of people in the suburbs?
When a company places an ad and offers no interest on your purchase for three years
A credit score is intended to measure
Which of the following statements about college financial aid is false
Which of the following is not one of the 3 basic reasons for saving money
If you were thinking about buying your dream car, but decided not to buy it because you realized what you wouldn't be able to do if you bought the car it would be an example of
Which of the following is not a need
What is the most likely cause for the direct correlation between the number of hours you watch TV and the amount of money you spend?
Which of the following is something that a typical millionaire would do
Which of the following is not a good idea for getting out of debt
Which of the following is a reason that people don't save money
Which of following is not Abotic?
Plants use energy from sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide to produce sugar. Which structure is found only in plant cells and helps capture energy from sunlight?
Which is not part of cell Theory
When organisms are crossed with the intention of producing offspring with specific desirable traits, it is called
Hydra is very small asexual animal. Which of the following best describes a hydra bud?
Characteristics: 1. multicellular 2. autotrophic 3. cell walls 4. cell nuclei 5. reproduce sexually or asexually.
1. Why is it important for lichens, mosses, grasses and weeds grow 1st?
Name one abiotic factor these flowers and grasses might compete for
2. How does a fire effect a forrest, years later?
What is the role of the various pioneer species that appear first in the ecological succession of the burned forest?
3. Why do birds migrate?
4. Some students take care of a vegetable garden. When it is time time to plant in the spring the students leave part of the garden empty in order to observe ecological succession. Which of the following will most likely occur 1st?
6. Remember the bird beaks lab. What was the purpose of the lab?
7. What are some limitations of the bird beak lab
10. Digestion order – food Enters the mouth then ……..
10. Digestion order – food Enters the mouth - esophagus then ...
10. Digestion order – food Enters the mouth - esophagus - small intestine then ...
10. Digestion order – food Enters the mouth - esophagus - small intestine, large intestine then ...
Which of following is not Abotic?
Name the Verb and type: Charles Lindbergh was a great flier
Name the Subject: Charles Lindbergh was a great flier
Flier is a: Charles Lindbergh was a great flier
Name the Verb and type: The hungry boy tasted the warm pie
PIE is: The hungry boy tasted the warm pie
T or F- the word WARM is the IO: The hungry boy tasted the warm pie
Name the Verb and type: My uncle has been our senator.
Name the complement: My uncle has been our senator.
Name the Verb and type: I grew a whole inch taller this month!
Name the Verb and type: Mom made my new dress
Name the Verb and type: She became sick at the sight of blood
Name the Verb and type: Lazy Daisy stayed in bed all morning.
What is the Subject: Lazy Daisy stayed in bed all morning.
Do you see any prepositional phrases? Lazy Daisy stayed in bed all morning.
Name the Verb and type: The strange animal appeared out of nowhere.
What is FUNNY?: That song sounds funny!
Name the Verb and type: It felt warm and smooth.
The congressional leader of the Radical Republicans was
The Fourteenth Amendment was passed to provide a constitutional basis for the
Hiram Revels was the first African-American
During Reconstruction, the system of sharecropping was least beneficial to
During Reconstruction, all of the following increased in the South except
President Andrew Johnson’s plan for Reconstruction aimed to punish
Thaddeus Stevens could be described as all of the following except
The Compromise of 1877 signaled an end to
A state government that is run without federal intervention illustrates the idea of
No one can be kept from voting because of race, color, or former enslavement, according to the
The smallest part of an element
Substance made of 2 or more elements chemically combined
Negatively charged particle that circles nucleus of atom
Substance made of only one kind of atom
Atomic particle with no charge (neutral)
Structure in middle of atom that contains protons and neutrons
Postively charged atomic particle
Chart on which elements are listed and arranged
Measures the strength of an acid or base
Tastes sour; cabbage juice turns it red
Tastes bitter; cabbage juice turns it blue
Tells whether something is acid or base by changing colors
Which of the following is a property of a base
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Mit nevezünk változónak?
Melyik típust nem használjuk a C# nyelvben?
Melyik nem programozási nyelv?
Mely számokat válogathatjuk ki a következö feltétellel: if ((szam%2)!=0)
Az alábbi példák közül melyikkel tudunk egy 19 elemü lebegöpontos számokat is tartalmazó tömböt deklarálni?
Mely logikai müveletet jelöli a következö szimbólum : &&?
A felsoroltak közül melyik nem ciklus típus?
A Form mely elemére igaz az állítás: a lista egyik elemét választhatjuk ki vele?
Mely tulajdonság segítségével tudunk egy ComboBoxhoz elemeket hozzáadni?
Melyik kódrészlet hibás?
_______ is a girl.
(girl) _______ eyes are green.
_______ is a boy.
(boy) _______ eyes are blue.
(girl) _______ has blond hair.
(boy) _______ has a dog.
(girl) _______ dress is green.
(boy) _______ has brown eyes.
(girl) _______ has a cat.
(boy) _______ shoes are black.
_______ is a girl.
(girl) _______ eyes are green.
_______ is a boy.
(boy) _______ eyes are blue.
(girl) _______ has blond hair.
(boy) _______ has a dog.
(girl) _______ dress is green.
(boy) _______ has brown eyes.
(girl) _______ has a cat.
(boy) _______ shoes are black.
You __________ a boy.
My name __________ Bobo The Clown.
In general, you __________ dogs.
At this moment, they __________ .
Water __________ at 100 degrees Celsius.
Right now, she __________ video games.
When I am happy, I usually __________.
Every wednesday, we __________ tennis.
Do not interrupt me, I __________.
I __________ grammar!
The series of events in a story is ________.
The beginning or introduction of the story is the _________
The events in a story that build tension are the ___________
The turning point of the story is the _____________
The events that occur after the climax of the story are the ___________
The ending of the story is the ________________
_________ is the term for different types of literature
The problem(s) faced by the character in the story is the ___________
The main idea or lesson of the text is the _____________
The creation and development of a character is __________
The region around a magent where the magnetic forces act is the
Which of these can most easily produce magnetic fields?
A compass needle moves when the compass is brought near a wire. What can you infer about the wire?
Which is the best way to generate an electrical current in a coil of wire?
A wire carrying electric current wrapped around an iron ore is called a(n)
An electromagnet is produced by running an electric current through a coil of wire. How would wrapping the wire around an iron core affect the electromagnet?
An electromagnet becomes magnetic only when
Why would a generator be an important part of an electrical circuit?
When an electric current flowing in a wire is moved through a magnetic field, electrical energy is transformed into _____ energy.
What item is missing that could prevent a simple electric motor from working?
A ______ uses motion to produce an electric current.
What kind of energy transformation happens in an electric motor?
When generators are spun by turbines, they _____________.
After Nita connected a copper wire from one terminal of a battery to the other, the wire became very hot. Why did the wire get hot?
Batteries produce electricity from stored
What energy transformation takes place in a fan that is powered by batteries, when turned on?
Which of the following best describes the energy transformation in a CD player?
Heat is transferred from one particle of matter to another without the movement of matter itself in a process called ________.
Heat is transferred by the movement of currents within a fluid, such as air or water, during ______
Energy from the Sun is transferred to Earth's surface by ____________.
Which feature of water explains why water has high surface tension?
Which of the following applies to a water molecule?
__________ occurs from areas of higher concentration.
Result of diffusion where there is continuous movement of particles but no overall change in concentration.
Weak chemical bond formed by the attrraction of positively charged hydrogen atoms to other negatively charged atoms
Any substance that forms hydroxide ions (OH-) in water and has a pH above 7.
Any substance that forms hydrogen ions (H+) in water and has a pH below 7.
The property that describes the ability of water molecules to stick to each other.
The property that describes water molecules ability to stick to other surfaces.
A molecule with an unequal distribution of charge, resulting in the molecule having a positive end and a negative end.
In the first amendment, howmany rights are listed?
The 2nd Amendment guarantees:
The 3rd amendment guarantees
The 4th amendment:
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