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A producer can always:
Cyanobacteria are classified as producers because
During the carbon cycle, CO2 is removed from the air during photosynthesis and then returned to the atmosphere. How is the CO2 returned to the atmosphere?
Many types of fungi are classified as saprophytes. A saprophyte:
How are fungi different than plants?
Where, in Virginia, would you find the tallest mountains?
Scientist need what kind of seismic data to determine the epicenter of an earthquake?
How are sedimentary rocks formed?
When two continental plates move toward each other, what happens to the ocean floor between them?
Which is the most abundant element in the Earth’s crust?
Which of these examples are NOT characteristic of metamorphic rock?
Which type of rock comes from the solidification of molten magma?
Tectonic plates that grind past one another are called:
Which occurs first in the formation of sedimentary rock?
As sediments accumulate, the sediments at the bottom would be going through which part of the rock cycle?
Why is it a good idea to reduce our use of coal
Heat and pressure produces which type of rocks
Igneous rocks are formed directly from
Divergent boundaries form which type of geologic structures
Compaction and cementation happens in which type of rock
As the depth of the Earth increases what happens to the temperatures and pressure they
The ocean crust is thought to be made up of which igneous rock
Which of the following natural resource is considered nonrenewable
What mineral property are you testing when you take a rock and try to scratch glass
Which mineral is the most resistant to weathering
What is position
What is a reference point
What is motion
Describe Circular motion
Describe straight line motion
A Ferris wheel is an example of
Describe projectile motion
Throwing a football is an example of
What are the four types of motion
A cell phone vibrating is an example of
Summarize why life is possible on the Earth.
Day and night on Earth are due to:
What is the central and largest body in the solar system?
What force keeps the planets in a regular and predictable motion around the sun?
Which of the following correctly describes the sun?
How long does it take for the moon to revolve once around the Earth?
If an astronaut weighs 100 pounds on the Earth, What would he weigh on the moon?
Would life be possible on the moon if there were water and the temperature was right?
Auroras, or the northern lights, are caused by....
Regions of the sun that are cooler than the rest of the photosphere are known as....
Which mineral is the most resistant to weathering
The Himalayan Mountains were probably formed when
Which sedimentary rock would you find the most organic material like fossils
Rocks that form from cooling lava are considered to be
What is a method commonly used to make nonrenewable resources last longer
All rocks are made up of
Which of the sedimentary rocks contain the greatest range in sediment size
Which property is most useful when identifying igneous rocks
The most abundant element in the Earth’s crust is
An example of chemical weathering is
The in and out movements of the ocean caused by brevity of the moon and sun are called
Which kingdom reproduces by dividing
Oak trees grow to be very tall because they are
The deepest part of the ocean is called
Where does the energy for the ocean food chain come from
Which kingdom category is divided into vertebrates and invertebrates
Bears, dogs and cats are considered
The rivers in oceans are called
Which kingdom feeds on dead matter or living things?
What lies just above the continental shelf and gently moves downward
An amoeba is a kind of ______ .
A “red tide” is caused by an explosion of one-celled ______ .
Footlike extensions of cytoplasm are called ______ .
Short, hairlike structures that extend from the cell membrane are ______
The Irish potato famine of 1846–1847 was caused by a ______ .
Yeasts can reproduce asexually by budding.
Penicillum is an example of imperfect fungi.
Fungi always feed on live organisms
Where are you most likely to find fungi growing?
Mushrooms are an example of a ___________________
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Sometimes countries give up some control of their own affairs to work together on goals they all share. This is a form of

Which of these is the best definition of centripetal forces?

The European Union began with the development of a
How has the EU promoted economic cooperation across Europe?
Which of these is most likely to be a centrifugal force within the EU in the future?
Which of these was not created to promote a European cultural identity?
What four countries make up the United Kingdom?
What is Europe?
What do we call the study of human populations and how they change?
Which of these statements is most likely true of a European country with a replacement rate under 2.0?
A country with an aging population is most likely to face rapidly rising costs for which of the following?
Life expectancy is a measure of which of the following in a population?
Cash for babies, rising retirement ages, and family-friendly workplace policies are all responses to Europe’s declining
Italy has a total fertility rate of just over 1. Nigeria has a total fertility rate of more than 5. Which of these conclusions can be drawn from these facts?
Correct press _____________ will reduce wear on all moving parts and lengthen press life.
Too little _____________ results in a light image, faint halftone dots , or uneven solids.
Never operate a press until all of its _____________ are in place.
If the plate tends to pick up ink in non image areas, it indicates an excessive amount of __________.
If the plate tends to pick up ink in non image areas, it indicates an insufficient amount of __________.
All of these safety precautions regarding personal dress must be observed when operating an offset press or duplicator except _____________.
When properly adjusted, the _____________ prevents smudging and transfer of wet ink to the backside of the next sheet.
Small vertical movements of the image can be made by moving the _____________ forward or backward.
Turning the ink keys inward (clockwise) will _____________ the flow of ink.
A press operator’s ____________ should always be available for every model of press or duplicator in the press area.
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A series of processes on Earth's surface and in the crust and mantle that slowly changes rocks from one kind to another is called
During the rock cycle, a collision between two continental plates could force one plate down toward the heat of the mantle, producing
This type of rock forms when magma cools
This type of rock is formed by compacting and cementing
This type of rock is formed by heat and pressure
Which of these statements is true?
which geologic process can change any type of rock into sedimentary
what geologic process can change igneous rock into metamorphic rock
How would you change sedimentary rock into sediments
how would you change sediments into metamorphic rock
Which of the following is not one of the three major types of rocks
Which type of rock would you most likely find near a volcano?
Which type of rock would you most likely find in a river that has a little pressure
Which type of rock would you expect to be found under the ocean where there is alot of pressure?
Which type of rock has two types; foliated and non-foliated
The break down of rocks into smaller particles by rain, snow, wind, etc. is called
Naturally occurring solid mixture of one or more minerals and organic matter is called
The process by which new rock is formed from old rock is called
The process by which sediment is dropped and comes to rest is called
The process by which sediment is washed away is called
To find out whether seeds grow better in the light or dark, you could put some seeds on pieces of damp paper and
Birds are different from insects in that birds have
The first Spanish explorers who reached the Americas were looking for
We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness . . . The passage comes from the
Susan B. Anthony was a leader who helped
Which landforms were most likely created by the eruption of volcanoes?
Tom is able to wear lightweight clothing all year round. He probably lives near the
What are the three parts of the federal (national) government of the United States?
Which of the following is the most important reason why the United States trades with other countries?
In Toshi's class there are twice as many girls as boys. There are 8 boys in the class. What is the total number of boys and girls in the class?
The harsh terms included in the treaties ending World War I have been used to explain the
Which factor contributed most to the rise of totalitarian governments in Europe before World War II?
One reason that Britain and France agreed to appease Hitler at the Munich Conference was to
During World War II, which geographic features contributed most to the Soviet Union's defense against the German invasion?
Which event is most closely associated with the start of World War II in Europe
Which was a characteristic of Germany under Adolf Hitler and the Soviet Union under Josef Stalin?
The Holocaust is an example of
Which Which situation was a direct result of the Holocaust and other atrocities committed by the Nazis during World War II?
The main reason Japan invaded Southeast Asia during World War II was to
One reason the Japanese followed a policy of expansionism before World War II was to gain
What does appeasement mean?
One reason Germany's invasion of Poland in 1939 was successful is that Poland
One reason for the outbreak of World War II was the
Which of these World War II events happened first
The Nuremberg laws are best described as
Which is a valid conclusion based on a study of the Holocaust
All of the following were goals of the progressives except:
Which activist believed that blacks should be patient and work blue-collar jobs
Who believed the equality of blacks would only improve through education?
Women’s suffrage had to do with the right to:
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What part of the oceans sustains the most forms of life
Tides are caused by
Protist Kingdom reproduces by
Maple trees grow to be very tall because they are
The abyss is the
The sun is responsible for producing energy for
The animal kingdom is divided into
The percentage of the Earth’s surface that is covered with water is
What happens as the ocean gets deeper
The continental shelf is where
conquer
mission
convert
How were the Aztecs defeated by the Spaniards?
Spain sent explorers to the Americas to look for gold and sliver, and to convert Native Americans?
How did the Spaniards treat Native Americans?
Why did the French com to North America?
Hermon Cortes was an explorer who looked for the Fountain of Youth
Juan Ponce de Leon was an explorer who looked for the Fountain of Youth
The Spanish explorers were cruel to Native Americans and made them slaves
Joint-stock company
charter
Cash crop
Indentured servant
In a joint-stock company people gave money to share the cost-profits and risks of investing in helping going to North America
The Jamestown colony had a lot of problems: soil was like a swamp so they could not grow crops- ran short of fresh water. Many colonists died of disease and hunger during the firs
Jamestown was NOT saved by John Smith the leader of the colonly
John Smith became friends with Native Americans and traded for food
The Pilgrims were a group of people who left Poland to live in America to find religious freedom.
Puritans were like the Pilgrims both wanted religious freedom
treaty
debtor
empire
The 13 English colonies were divided into 3 regions: the New England- Middle –Southern colonies
Anne Hutchinson was a Puritan who fought the strict Puritan law. She was forced to leave the Colony and she lead a group who settled in ___.
New York was claimed in the 1600’s by people from the Netherlands called the Dutch
When England took control of New Amsterdam they spilt the area into 2 . They called 1 part New York City – the other part was called Deleware
A wealthy man called William Penn asked the King of England to give him land in America. The King allowed Penn to settle in a colony later called Pennsylvania
Penn was a Quaker and wanted religious freedom.
Pennsylvania was named after King George
What is compost made of?
Is dirt alive?
What is the root word of compost?
What is the root word of decompose?
What does compose mean?
Is dirt safe to eat?
If you were to compare the Earth to a human, what would dirt be?
In most creation stories, humans are made from what substance?
Why is dirt important to plants?
What is subsoil made of?
Melyik az a program, ami kodol es dekodol?
Melyik kiterjesztés jelöl veszteséges tömöritest?
Egy mappa neve maximalisan mennyi karakterböl allhat?
Mikent nevezzük azt a folyamatot, amikor a BIOS megvizsgalja a szamitogep reszegysegeit?
Melyik kiterjesztes tartozik a futtathata allomanyok koze?
Melyik nem operacios rendszer?
Melyik helyes?
Melyikre igaz: Az adataramlaskor a bajtok egymas utan haladnak at a porton?
Melyik nem tartozik az operacios rendszer feladatai koze?
Melyik nem az operacios rendszer resze?
The way multiple lines of text line up along the left, right, or both margins.
A word processing feature used to arrange items in a list with each item beginning with a bullet or number.
The alignment of text between both margins, leaving a jagged left and right margin.
The temporary storage location for text or graphics that have been cut or copied.
The word processing feature that allows text or graphics to be copied to another location within a document.
The on-screen blinking character that shows where the next character will appear.
The word processing feature that removes text or graphics from the current location in a document.
When 1 blank line is left between lines of text; striking the Enter key 2 times.
The process of updating a document to make changes, correct errors, and make it visually appealing.
A specific design for a collection of letters, numbers, and symbols.
Allows you to type information below the bottom margin of each page of a document.
The way text appears, for example: bold, underline, all caps, with color.
Allow you to quickly access frequently used functions.
The word processing feature that checks selected words in a document for grammatical errors.
Allows you to type information above the top margin of each page of a document.
When text is centered between the left and right margins, commonly used when creating invitations, annoucnments, and title pages.
The alignment of text along the left and right margin, leaving no jagged edges.
The page orientation in which the width of the page is greater than the height
The alignment of text along the left margin leaving a jagged right margin.
The spacing between lines of text within a document.
The blank space at the top, bottom, left, and right of a document where you cannot type.
Provides you with a menu of options to use when creating a document.
Allow you to operate the computer without a mouse.
The direction in which you can print on a page (portrait of landscape)
The word processing feature that places text or graphics that have been cut or copied in a new location within a document.
The page orientation in which the height of the page is greater than the width.
When 3 blank lines are left between lines of text, striking the Enter key 4 times.
The alignment of text along the right margin, leaving a jagged left margin.
Allow you to scroll throughout a document that is too long to fit on one screen.
The word processing feature that checks your document for incorrectly spelled words, similar to an electronic dictionary.
What is Solar Wind?
What portion of the Sun is the hottest?
What is a sunspot?
Which portion of the Sun's energy can we see?
What are some of the dangers of UV light?
Which part of visible light is the lowest in energy?
What is the process called that the Sun makes energy?
What does the ozone layer protect us from?
How far is the Sun from the EArth?
What does the magnetosphere protect us?
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The functional units of the kidneys are the _____________.
Behold, God is great , and we know him not, neither can the number of his years be searched out.
The eyes of the Lord are in every place, beholding the evil and the good.
Thus saith the LORD the King of Israel, and his Redeemer the LORD of hosts; I am the first, and I am the last; and besides me there is no God.
Look unto me, and be ye saved, all the ends of the earth; for I am God, and there is none else.
Seek ye the Lord while he may be found, call ye upon him while he is near.
For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, saith the Lord. For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways, and my thoughts than your thoughts.
But let him that glorieth glory in this, that he understandeth and knoweth me, that I am the Lord which exercise lovingkindness, judgment, and righteousness, in the earth: for in these things I delight, saith the Lord.
God is a spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.
Isaiah 55:6
Job 36:26
Helpful high school courses...
Using career clusters can be helpful because if you switch your major or career...
If your career test results in this class, you should panic since they are the final say in your career future.
The reality check activity showed you how much you would need to make in order to survive. The act of planning how much money you will earn and spend is called:
Living in a bigger city is more expensive than living in a smaller town because
Employee A has a job that pays well, but he is very unhappy with his job duties. Employee B has a job that pays poorly but he loves his work duties. What is the best answer?
Samantha struggles in her math class, but Samantha wants to enter into a career that requires a lot of math. All of the following would be good choices for Sarah to make except
Schooling and training can take many forms including:
Failing to plan will cost you
Whichever careers you got on the results from these assessments will be your future professions and you cannot do anything to change that.
What is the area of a rectangle with a length of 5 and a width of 5?
What is the area of a square with a side of 15?
What is the length of a rectangle with an area of 52.5 and a width of 7?
What is the width of a rectangle with an area of 8.75 and a length of 3.5?
What is the length of a rectangle with an area of 79 and a width of 3.75 ?
What is the area of a parallelogram with a base of 18 and a height of 7?
What is the height of a parallelogram with an area of 120 and a base of 10?
What is the height of a parallelogram with an area of 247 and a base of 19?
What is the area of a parallelogram with a base of 4-3/10 and a height of 2-1/10?
What is the base of a parallelogram with an area of 0.2 and a height of 0.4?
Which word describes stupid peopl?
What word means a dead body?
What word means to be captured and taken away?
What word means threatening
What word means a large burial place?
Which word means speaking with pride?
Which word describes an idiot
Which word means died?
Which word means a feeling of great happiness?
Which word means close friends?
What is the area of a triangle with a base of 20 and a height of 10?
What is the area of a triangle with a base of 1.2 and a height of 0.6?
What is the area of a triangle with a base of 4-1/2 and a height of 3-1/2?
A triangular flag has an area of 187.5 square inches and a base of 25 inches. What is the height?
A right triangle has sides measuring 8 cm, 15 cm, and 17 cm. What is the area?
What is the area of a trapezoid with bases of 9 ft and 15 ft and a height of 7 ft?
A trapezoid has a height of 11 inches and bases of 9 inches and 14 inches. What is the area?
A trapezoid has a height of 10 inches and bases of 2-1/2 inches and 5 in. What is the area?
The area of a trapezoid is 702 inches. The bases are 20 inches and 34 inches. What is the height?
A trapezoid has an area of 37.5 square inches. The bases are 4.5 inches and 8 inches. What is the height?
What is the author's purpose for writing this selection?
Coral is a kind of
The himalayas were formed when
The astronauts found that stars are brighter when they are seen from the moon because
What excited the Apollo astronauts most about the sight of Earth?
space they see that the atmosphere is only a thin shell surrounding the earth. In this selection, atmosphere means
Which sentence best describes how people who have traveled in space feel about earth?
What is the atmosphere like for people on Earth?
What is the atmosphere like when it is seen from space?
What part of the earth needs protection?
Refer to the passage The Kings of a Great Country. Which set of words best describe the characteristics of the text?
Refer to The Swing Which set of words best describe the characteristics of the text above?
Refer to the Sandy Text Which set of words best describe the characteristics of the text above?
Answer the Questions for the last two passages
Did you write your name
Was this type of test fun?
Do you want to do this again?
Did you learn anything this week?
What kind of Hamster is chip
Have a great weekend!
What accessories go on LA CABEZA?
What accessory is NOT for EL CUELLO?
What might you NOT wear in EL VERANO?
Which is NOT a type of shirt?
What is EL VESTIDO?
What is NOT part of a TRAJE?
LOS JEANS go in what body part?
LA PULSERA goes in what body part?
EL CINTO goes in which body part?
EL COLLAR goes in which body part?
LOS ARETES go in which body part?
Which accessory goes in EL DEDO?
Which accessory covers LOS OJOS?
Which accessory covers LOS PIES?
Which accessory covers LAS MANOS?
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The electromagnetic spectrum can be divided into two parts, what are they?
Which part of the electromagnetic spectrum has the lowest energy?
Which of the electromagnetic spectrum has the highest energy?
Why are gamma waves the most dangerous
Which of the Sun’s output travels the fastest from the Sun?
Who would get the most exposure from Ultraviolet energy?
What is the purpose of a diffraction grating?
How many Earths can you fit across the Sun?
What does the magnetosphere do when there is a solar storm?
What is the gas that is the most abundant in the Sun?
Matter is anything that has mass and volume. Which of the following is not a matter?
Which of the following substances exist in the liquid state at room temperature?
Matter can change its physical state depending on temperature. What happens if water is cooled?
When water is heated, it changes into ...........
Liquids
A substance (X) fills all the space available. It exists in the ........... at room temperature.
A pure substance consists only of one substance. Which of the following is not a pure substance?
A mixture consists of many substances. Which of the following is not a mixture?
Mixtures can be homogeneous or heterogeneous. A homogeneous mixture is formed of:
Muddy water is a:
Ms. Forns read several (story) __________________ aloud to the (student) __________________ .
They used the (penny) ___________________ to the pay the (tax) ___________________ on their food.
Lauren helped arrange the (book) _________________ neatly on the (shelf) __________________ .
Matt kicked the soccer ball behind the (bush) ___________________ .
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the lowest hourly wage an employer can legally pay a worker
charges brought by the government against a person or business
a government plan to provide access to jobs for people who have suffered discrimination in the past
a less serious crime
a serious crime punishable by imprisonment or death
unequal treatment based on factors such as religion, race, gender, nationality, etc...
any unwelcome behavior of a sexual nature
applies to conflicts between private parties, concerning rights and obligations
paid time off from work in exchange for working overtime
lawyers may take this fee which is a percentage of any money won in a lawsuit
The Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938
Labor unions organize and bargain for the rights of
It is illegal to disciminate against a person because of his or her
A law that protects the rights of people with conditions such as blindness is the
Since 1950 the percentage of women in the workforce has
Divorce, custody battles and personal injury cases are examples of
a person trained in legal matters
a list of charges against a person or business accused of a crime
an order for a person to appear in court
Works for better wages, benefits and working conditions for workers through collective bargaining
The neighbors were offered ( ) for their losses.
Alfonso ( ) from behind the hedge to meet Sandra.
Water, plastic wrap, and glass are all ( ).
The people of the town thought that the old lady was a bit ( ) because of her unusual ways.
The smell was ( ) from the dog after it came back in from the rain.
I ( ) from telling my brother what I thought about his outift.
The author had the ( ) to promote her book during the interview.
The soldier was honored for his ( ) deeds.
Alfonso was so proud that the muscles on his stomach were ( ).
( )are brightly colored fish that make a great addition to any pond.
The process of making new copies of DNA is called
The process of reading one DNA strand to make an RNA is called
What is the job of RNA?
RNA has the nitrogen base uracil instead of
The end result of DNA replication is
The end result of transcription is
In translation, a protein is made from the base pairs that make up
Amino acids join together to create
The adenine from a strand of DNA will pair with what molecule of RNA?
What will the new RNA strand look like if the DNA strand reads ATTACG?
What prefix means down, from or away?
What prefix means with or together?
Which prefix means two?
Which prefix means three?
Which prefix means to put into, onto, or surround?
Which suffix means kind of, state of, or act of?
Which sufix means act of, quality of, or process?
Which suffix means quality of, like, or having the characteristics of?
Which suffix means can, able to, or ability to?
To encircle a group, you ________ it.
Select the Main Idea.
Select the Main Idea.
Select the Main Idea.
Select the Supporting Detail to this sentence: I fell off my bike and broke my leg.
Select the Supporting Detail to this sentence: It rained last Fourth of July.
Select the Supporting Detail to this sentence: I think the ninja mice poisoned the cheese.
Select the sentence that does NOT belong in the grouping.
Select the sentence that does NOT belong in the grouping.
Select the sentence that does NOT belong in the grouping.
Select the Main Idea.
Who is the Father of Genetics?
The study of heredity
The physical appearance of an organism
All of the DNA in one cell of an organism
An allele that is masked
a different form of a gene
A method in which two individuals with identical or similar sets of alleles are crossed
An organism that is genetically identical to the organism from which it was produced
The passing of physical characteristics from parents to offspring
The process of selecting a few organisms with desired traits to serve as parents of the next generation
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¿Cuál de los siguientes es un ejemplo de una península?
¿Qué es la diferencia entre tundra y taiga?
¿Qué es un sistema”desde la cuna hasta la tumba”?
La estadística producto nacional bruto (PNB) mide ________ de un país.
¿Qué es el resultado de la privatización?
¿Cual país de Europa centro-occidental experimentó la reunificación hace menos de tres décadas?
¿Cual país tiene una larga historia de neutralidad en las guerras?
¿Cuales dos países se encuentran en la Península Ibérica?
¿Que es una de las amenazas más graves a las economías de Europa del Sur?
Reforma real de la Unión Soviética comenzó con ________________ , quien introdujo políticas nuevas como glasnost and perestroika.
Rusia tiene vastas reservas de ____________.
¿Cuál líder comunista fue conocido por sus tácticas brutales que aplastó a toda la oposición y envió millones de personas a la cárcel y a campos de trabajo, donde muchos murieron?
¿Por que es importante el lago Baikal?
En la actualidad, muchas personas de Europa oriental no pertenecen a ninguna religión. Una razón es porque
¿Que es la limpieza étnica?
Muchas personas están emigrando de Ucrania. ¿Que significa?
¿Que causa la lluvia ácida?
¿Como era el clima durante una edad de hielo?
¿Cuál de los siguientes términos significa la conversión del control de industrias del gobierno al control de individuos o grupos privados?
¿Que tipo de terreno es mejor para la mecanización agrícola?
What two processes do cells use to divide?
What part is at the center of a cell?
What does DNA stand for?
What day is it?
Which is your favorite color?
What year is it?
Which month is it?
In which month is Christmas
What is your favorite subject?
Do you have your driver's license?
Which of these cases provides embryological evidence that two species share a common ancestor?
William discovered that two modern-day species have very similar DNA. He concludes that the two species are closely related. What type of evidence did William most likely use to reach his conclusion?
Which of the following is an example of a vestigial structure?
Which of the following pairs is an example of homologous structures?
Analogous structures…
The two types of fossils that are formed in rocks are
A __________ is formed when an organism is buried in sediments and the sediments change into rock.
Sometimes organisms decay and leave a cavity. When the cavity fills with sand or mud and hardens, it is called a
Scientists can measure the actual age of a fossil or rock by a method called
DNA evidence suggests that whales’ and hippos have a common ancestor. According to this evidence, the most recent common ancestor was a(n)
When using a kitchen knife, you should always do which of the following?
Broken glass should be cleaned up with which of the following?
Electricity and which of the following are a dangerous pair?
When you disconnect the appliance, you should hold which of the following?
When cooking, which type of clothes can cause burns or fires?
A grease fire should be put out with which of the following?
Putting a cover on a pan with a grease fire will do which of the following to the fire?
Wash your hands for a minimum of how many seconds?
Which utensil checks the internal heat of foods?
Which type of shoes would be most appropriate for the kitchen?
Hands should be washed with what kind of water?
The hot water in the kitchen is which of the following?
When in doubt...
These foods should always be kept separate.
Do not participate in food labs if you are....
What is the safety technique called when cutting items with a knife?
Which of the following is the correct method for thawing foods?
Which food borne illness can present itself in improperly canned food items?
Which food borne illness can come from soft cheeses such a brie and feta?
Which food borne illness has the quickest onset of symptoms?
The universe began
The event which began the universe was the
A star moving away from Earth has a spectrum that is
Energy from collision and pressure from gravity caused the center of the solar nebula to become
What is a galaxy?
What type of galaxy is the Milky Way?
What is a light year?
What is important about Hubble's discovery that there is red shift in the spectra of galaxies?
What makes up most of our universe?
The solar system formed from
What is the largest scale structure of the universe?
Where is our solar system in the Milky Way galaxy?
What is our solar system movement in our galaxy?
Small bodies that orbit planets are called
What is the nearest part of the universe to Earth?
What is the diameter of the Milky Way?
according to the nebular theory, what caused the nebula to start spinning?
The event which began the universe was the
The universe began about
What type of galaxy is the Milky Way?
The function of valves in the human circulatory system is to
Air is filtered, warmed, and moistened in the
Air is forced into the lungs by the contraction of the
Which body system acts as a transportation system?
In the walls of the heart, there are two thin layers that form a sandwich around a thick layer of muscle called the
Which of the following are the smallest of the blood vessels?
Which of the following blood cells contain hemoglobin?
The process by which oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged between cells, the blood, and air in the lungs is one type of
What structure serves as a passageway for both air and food?
Generally speaking, what control breathing?
Where does the process of chemical digestion begin?
Water is extracted from digested food in the body primarily by the
The function of the excretory system is to help maintain homeostasis by
What passage carries food between the pharynx and the stomach?
The stomach breaks down food into a soft, partially mixture called
The main organs of the excretory system are the
A circulating fluid called __________ is pumped through a system of vessels in the body.
A slight scratch of the skin does not cause bleeding because the epidermis lacks ______________.
The iron-containing protein called ______________ binds to oxygen in the lungs and transports it to tissues throughout the body, where the oxygen is released.
Breathing is such an important function that your ___________ system will not let you have complete control over it.
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Karl borrows $500 for 4 years at an annual simple interest rate of 12% per year. What is the amount that must be repaid?
Jasmine invests $400 at 8% annual interest, compounded annually. How much interest will be earned after 5 years?
If an amount is invested at 6.5% per year, compounded semi-annually, for 3 years, determine the number of compounding periods and the interest rate per compounding period.
An amount is deposited into an account that earns 9% per year, compounded quarterly. After 6 years, the amount in the account is $597.02. What is the present value?
Deanna invests $500 at 8% per year simple interest. She puts money in the bank on July 1 and takes it out on December 3. How much money does she take out?
Leon has $3000 that he wants to invest for 6 years. Which options should he choose? Option A: 5.2% annual interest, compounded quarterly OR Option B: 5% annual interest, compounded monthly.
You invest $1000 at 6% per year, compounded quarterly, for 3 years. What interest rate, compounded monthly, will give the same results?
An account paying 7.25% annual interest, compounded semi-annually, has a future value of $1429 in 8 years. What is the present value of the account? AND How much more interest will have been earned than if simple interest was paid?
To have $5000 at the end of 8 years, how much do you need to invest today, at 6% per annum, compounded semi-annually?
Jerry deposited $300 into an account that earns 6.7% annual interest, compounded daily. When he closed the account, the amount had grown to $348.56. How long was the money invested?
Heather deposits $200 per week for 20 years into an account that earns 2.6% annual interest, compounded weekly. Find the amount of the annuity, and the amount of interest earned.
Niki needs $5200 for university tuition in 2 years. She makes deposits into an account that earns 6.5% per year, compounded bi-weekly. How much should she deposit every 2 weeks?
Suki wants to withdraw $800 per month for the next 20 years. The interest in her account is 6.25% per year, compounded monthly. How much must Suki deposit today to finance this?
The future value of a $200 deposit in an account that earns 6.25% annual interest is $272.71 after 5 years. Determine the compounding period for this investment.
Marko deposits $400 into an account at the end of every month for 8 years. Interest is earned at 5.5%, compounded monthly. Find the amount of both the annuity and interest earned.
Yuri deposits $850 into an account that earns 6.25% per year simple interest. How long will it take for the amount in this account to reach $1000?
An account with an initial value of $1000 earns 3% interest per year, compounded semi-annually. The shape of the graph of amount versus time is
Steve deposits $835 into an account that earns 8.25% per year, compounded annually. How much interest will have been earned after 5 years?
Five years ago, money was invested at 7% per year, compounded annually. Today the investment is worth $441.28. How much interest was earned on the original investment?
Wayne is 16 years old. To become a millionaire by the time he is 50 years old, how much does Wayne need to invest, semi-annually, at 4% per year compounded semi-annually?
Which of these is most likely to be a need?
Which of these is most likely to be a want?
Goods are
The three types of economic resources do NOT include
Human resources are people who
What is scarcity?
What is the correct order of the steps in the decision-making process?
Which of these is NOT one of the basic economic questions that all nations must answer?
Under which economic system does the government decide how to answer all the economic questions?
Under which economic system are the economic questions answered the same way they have always been answered?
In a market economy,
In a traditional economy,
Which of these is NOT a name for the US economic system?
The rivalry among businesses to sell goods and services is known as
Which of the following would likely cause prices to increase?
Which of these is most likely NOT a competitor for Tom's Tires?
Who is a part of the labor force?
Goods and services are made, bought and sold across national borders are known as
Domestic business is
About how many countries does the US trade with?
Goods and services purchased from other countries are called
The difference between the value of goods and services sold by a country and the value of goods and services bought by a country is the country's
Which of these is likely to cause the value of a country's currency to fall?
Cultural and social factors that affect international business include
Which of these does not affect a country's level of economic development?
Types of trade barriers include all of these EXCEPT
Limits on the amount of an item that can be brought into or out of a country are called
Embargoes are
An area where products can be imported duty-free and then stored, assembled or used in manufacturing is called a(n)
What are the goals of the World Trade Organization?
The Age Discrimination in Employment Act protects workers from age-based discrimination beginning at age
Ethics
Which of these is NOT true of codes of ethics?
Government is concerned with which of these sets of activities?
In the United States, state and local government mainly provides which of these services?
Which of these is NOT true of copyrights?
Which of these gives the holder the sole right to make, use, or sell an item for 17 years?
Which of these is a copyright symbol?
Which of these is a type of utility company?
A monopoly is
a condition in which a person over the age of 5 shows an inability to control urination during sleep ?
a state of heightened suggestibility is what?
According to Freud, what the dreamer recalls on awakening is called?
a brief episode of sleep that occurs in the midst of a wakeful activity is called?
A sleep disorder in which a person is mobile and may perform actions during stage IV sleep is called?
A sleep disorder in which a person stops breathing during sleep is called?
Which theory asserts that hypnosis is not an altered state of consciousness, but a cognitive set to respond appropriately to suggestions
What is a relaxing state of sleep in which the person’s eyes do not move?
What is a very frightening non-REM sleep episodes
What is a a rare sleep disorder in which a person falls asleep during alert activities during the day?
The largest source of revenue for the federal government is the
A tax based on the value of goods or services collected by the seller at the time of a sale is called
Which of these is NOT a way a government can raise revenue?
Which of these is NOT generally true of entrepreneurs?
The most common source of funding for new businesses is
The official designation of a small business is one with fewer than ___ employees.
Small businesses
Which of these is NOT a reason location is important to most small businesses?
Most successful small business owners
Which part of the business plan contains information about the short- and long-term financial needs of the business?
Which of these do you not need information on to start a business?
The first step in developing a business plan, after having the business idea in mind, is
The last step in developing the business plan, before implementing it, is
Short-term financing is defined as being used for less than
Which management function involves identifying and arranging work and resources needed to achieve the goals that have been set?
Organizing involves
Which of the following is most likely an executive level job?
Which of these is most likely a mid-management job?
Executives spend most of their time on
The way a manager treats and involves employees is his/her
Combining tactical and strategic management styles is known as
Which of these do managers usually NOT spend much time dealing with?
Which of these is an example of informal communication?
Mission statements
Which of the following is NOT expected to have a great increase in the US labor force?
How many hours does one have to work to be considered a full-time employee?
Which of the following is NOT part of the planning and staffing function of human resources?
Moving from one job to another in the same company with more responsibility is known as
Which federal law prohibits job discrimination based on race, color, religion, gender, and national origin?
Which of these is NOT a goods-producing industry?
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The movement of squids and octopuses
Thin layer that covers the body and makes the shell of some mollusks
Tongue-like organ used for getting food off surfaces, such as rocks
Example of a gastropod
Example of a cephalopod
Example of a bivalve
An open circulatory system means that blood runs through vessels to the different organs
The mixing motion of liquids and gases that are different temperatures.The primary way that energy is transferred in the ocean and atmosphere.
Winds that blow steadily from specific directions over long distances.
Winds that blow over short distances.
Winds that blow off the water onto the land. This is caused by temperatures over the land being warmer than temperatures over the water.
Winds that blow off the land onto the water. This is caused by temperatures over the water being warmer than temperatures over the land.
Winds do not travel in a straight line. Winds curve from East to West as they travel from the North Pole to the Equator. They curve or twist as a result of Earth's daily rotation.
Winds that blow between 0 degrees and 30 degrees latitude. This is cool air that flows back to the equator and they blow from east to west.
A place where there is little to no wind near the equator.
Winds that blow between 30 degrees and 60 degrees latitude. These winds blow from west to east across the United States.
Winds that blow between 60 degrees and 90 degrees latitude. These cold winds blow from the east to the west near both poles.
A quick moving band of air that moves west to east high up in the atmosphere.
This jet stream brings cold weather conditions in the Northern Hemisphere.
This jet stream brings warm weather conditions in the Northern Hemisphere.
This is where water rises from deep in the bottom of the ocean up to the surface bringing nutrients up from the ocean floor.
This area starts at the equator and extends up to 23 degrees latitude. This area receives more solar radiation than anywhere else on Earth. It stays warm here all year.
This area begins at 23 degrees and extends to 67 degrees. This area experiences many different temperatures throughout the year along with all 4 seasons.
This area begins at 67 degrees and extends to the North Pole. This area receives the least amount of solar radiation than anywhere else on Earth. Temperatures stay cool here all year.
What is one likely way that the government can support additional spending on public programs?
The government gets involved in taxing, spending, and borrowing to −
Which of these is true when the United States government borrows money?
The United States has recently borrowed money in order to pay for new debt expenditures. What is most likely to occur?
Increased government spending increases demand, which may –
Which amendment authorizes Congress to tax citizens' incomes?
If the government reduces the taxes on its citizens, what effect will this have on business and private spending?
What would be the best title for: Maintains value of U.S. currency, Tries to keep inflation low and stable, and Acts as the federal government's bank?
The Federal Reserve System tries to keep inflation low and stable by −
All are roles of the Federal Reserve except −
One primary duty of the Federal Reserve System is to −
The right of private ownership is −
Government agencies establish regulations to −
If you join a CD music club and your CDs are not delivered after you pay for them, what can you do to try and get your problem solved?
The Constitution of the United States guarantees individuals the right of private ownership. This right is protected by negotiated contracts, which are enforceable by −
Fran has ordered a sweater for her sister from a catalog. She charges the price to her credit card, but the sweater never arrives and the catalog company refuses to send it to her. What can Fran do?
If a product harms a consumer, what can the consumer legally do?
People accept coins and currency issued by the United States government in exchange for goods and services because they −
A person uses a $20 bill to purchase an item at a craft show, illustrating that one reason the government issues money is to −
The three types of money used in the U.S. are coins, Federal Reserve notes (currency), and deposits in bank accounts that can be accessed by ___.
The FED manages the amount of money in the economy to try to keep inflation ___.
What is the first step in kitchen safety or the first thing you should do before cooking?
Make sure you use these when handling hot pans.
What should you do first in the case of a minor burn?
It is important to use a ________ when cutting with a knife so as not to damage the counter top.
What is used to keep track of how much time a product needs to bake?
__________ are used on top of the stove to cook in.
The second rule in food safety is to keep food separate so you don’t cross ____________.
Which is NOT a symptom of a food-bourne illness?
A written list of ingredients and directions for preparing a dish is called a ____________.
A list of what you will need to make the dish/product.
This part of the recipe tells you what order to add the ingredients.
What measuring tool would you use to measure 1 cup milk?
When measuring dry ingredients it’s important to level your measurement by sliding a _________ _________ across the top.
When measuring liquids always look at the liquid at ______ level.
How many tablespoons are in 1 stick of butter?
An example of a simple sugar, or monosaccharide, is:
Which of the following is an example of a double sugar, or disaccharide?
Which of the following is commonly known as table sugar?
Which of the following is NOT a polysaccharide?
Organic compounds that are the body's main source of energy are called:
How are carbohydrates made?
The browning reaction that can occur with any kind of sugar is known as:
The thickening of a starch mixture caused when starch granules absorb water and swell is called:
Research indicates that diets high in fiber may reduce the risk of _____.
A carbohydate that is composed of MANY monosaccharides (such as cellulose) is known as:
Which of the following is NOT a property of sugar?
The main plant fiber found in food is called:
Carbohydrates have how many calories per gram?
Which of the following sugars is abundantly found in milk?
Which hormone helps keep glucose in the blood at a normal level?
________ is the resistance to flow.
Which organ secretes insulin?
Which carbohydrates provides the most bulk to the diet?
What form must all carbohydrates be in for cells to use them as an energy source?
Extra glucose is stored in the liver and muscles as ______.
Spanish for THE WINTER COAT
Spanish for THE SCARF
Spanish for THE RAINCOAT
Spanish for THE STRIPED SHIRT
Spanish for THE PLAID SHORTS
Spanish for THE SUNTAN LOTION
Spanish for THE SUNGLASSES
Spanish for THE UMBRELLA
Spanish for WOOL SOCKS
Spanish for THE BOOTS
Spanish for THE COTTON T-SHIRT
Spanish for THE BATHING SUIT
Spanish for THE SANDALS
Which of the following is NOT a way to say describe an item as CUTE or NICE in Spanish?
¿Cuál no llevas en el INVIERNO normalmente?
¿Cuál no llevas en el VERANO normalmente?
¿Qué NO llevan los chicos normalmente?
¿Qué NO es ropa solamente para las chicas?
Which of the following is NOT a type of HAT in Spanish?
¿Cuál ropa NO llevas a la playa normalmente?
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What is the best description of what viruses are made of?
What kind of virus infects bacteria?
What is the outside of the virus made of?
How is the virus reproduced during the lysogenic cycle?
How does a vaccine work?
An antiviral drug
Of which domains are the prokaryotes members?
Bacteria have a form of sexual reproduction called
On what basis have biologist determined that Archaea and Bacteria are not closely related?
Why were Archaea and Bacteria group together by biologist until recently?
The first Turkish newspaper, Takvim-i Vekai , ______in Istanbul in 19831.
Until the 1980s, nearly all Britain's biggest newspapers _______ in Fleet Street.
In the past, British newspaper production ______ by the printers' unions.
The Sun, Britain's biggest selling tabloid, _______ in 1969 by News Corporation.
The Times ______ by News Corporation since 1981.
In 2005, more than 170 newspapers _____ by News Corporation in different parts of the world.
Fifteen thousand people ______ News Corporation in different parts of the world.
Forty millon newspapers ______ worldwide by News Corporation every week.
Do you know how many newspapers ______in Turkey today?
The first British newspaper, The Daily Courant, _____ in London's Fleet Street in 1702.
A startled kangaroo can cross a distance of 60 meters in only four seconds. What is the speed of the kangaroo?
Kim needs to be home in 60 seconds. Her house is 360 meters away. How fast will she have to run to get home in time?
A friend shouts to you from the other side of a canyon. The sound takes 4 seconds to reach you from 1372 meters across. What is the speed of the sound?
How far could a truck driving down a highway at 110 km/h travel in an hour and a half?
Top walking speed of a fly is 1 cm/s. How far can a fly crawling on the ceiling travel in 6 seconds?
Which of the following is an example of a measurement of velocity?
Which of the following is NOT an example of a velocity measurement?
A migrating eagle flies 7.2 kilometers north over six hours. What is the velocity of the eagle?
A dog runs east for 21.25 meters. It takes the dog 8.5 seconds to cover this distance. What is the dog's average velocity?
How long will it take a car driving 10.5 m/s eastward to pass a tree located 245 meters ahead?
Why do scientists believe that viruses evolved after cells?
Prokaryotic cells are found in
Viruses are not consider to be living because they normally are reproduced by
A drug that kills bacteria, but has no effect on viruses is called
Which organism requires the presence of a host cell because it can NOT reproduce by itself
The scientific name for dog is Canis familaris; this refers to its
The classification group that shows the greatest similarity among its member is
In early stages of development cats and frogs resemble each other this suggests
When an organism can produces its own food it is called
The scientific name for cat is Felis catus this refers its
Which of the following is an example of a measurement of acceleration?
If you see a triangle in front of a t, what does it mean?
Which of the following sets of measurements can be used to calculate acceleration?
Which statement best describes the difference between acceleration and deceleration?
Which is not a measurement for deceleration?
What do the following symbols represent? Vi and Vf
A fox is traveling at a velocity of 2.7 m/s. 3.5 seconds later it is traveling at a velocity of 4.8 m/s. What is the acceleration of the fox?
Mary is traveling at a speed of 35 m/s sees a squirrel run across the road in front of her and slams on the brakes. Four seconds later she has stopped. What is her acceleration?
A jet approaching a runway at 24m/s west. It comes to a stop in 1.6 s. What was the acceleration the pilot felt during the landing?
Water rushes down a river with at 2.4 m/s. In 4 seconds it decrease to 0.6 m/s. What is the deceleration of the water?
What is seen or measured
Group being tested
______________ that is being tested. In a graph this would always be plotted on the X-axis.
________________ this is measured at the end of an experiment. The results will always be plotted on the Y-axis.
The amount of energy used in all the life processes
Single-celled organisms perform all the life processes that is needed to perform balance by using ______________ .
A state of balance or staedy state between a living thing and its\' environment ______________ .
A group of cells with a similar function a ___________ .
The simplest level of organization is the ____________ .
A group of tissues working together to perform a common function is called a ____________ .
Why is Newton's first law correct even though real-world objects tend to eventually stop moving instead of remaining in motion?
Which of the following situations best illustrates Newton's first law?
Momentum is best defined as
Which of the following statements about momentum is always true?
A 0.25 kg ball is rolled across the floor with a velocity of 3.5 m/s. What is the ball's momentum?
The manufacturer of a bulletproof vest wants the vest to be able to stop a bullet with a mass of 0.4 kg and a velocity 1800 m/s. What is the momentum?
A car is traveling with a velocity of 35.4 m/s. The mass of the car is 2000 kg. What is the momentum of the car?
A 0.145 kg baseball is thrown with a velocity of 40 m/s. What is the baseball's momentum?
Joan has a physics problem to solve. The mass is 50kg and the velocity is 2 m/s. Her answer is 10 kgxm/s. Is her answer correct?
Esme's 0.28 kg ball rolls at 1.4 m/s. Danielle's ball has the same mass but a velocity of 2.3 m/s. Which ball has the most momentum?
Work experience
management
Employment agency
contract
Employer
Fee
Employee
Computer
Vocational counselor
Appointment
A force can be best defined as:
Which of the following is an example of a net force?
A tree is standing still. The wind begins to blow and the tree bends. Which statement best explains how you could tell that a net force was acting on the tree?
In which situation does the motion of an animal show that a net force is acting on that animal?
Which of the following statement best states Newton's second law?
Choose the best ending. If an object is traveling with a constant velocity...
You see an object accelerate towards the left. Which of the following statements is correct?
You observe two teams in a tug-of-war. The red team is moving towards the blue team with a constant velocity. Which of the following statements must be true?
A vase of flowers is stationary on a table. Which of the following statements best explains why the vase is stationary?
What is the net force on a car if the force of friction is 15 N and the forward force due to the engine is 20 N?
Which are renewable energy sources?
Which are non-renewable energy sources?
What are alternate energy sources?
Which energy source is linked to the economy in our state?
What are some of the problems with burning fossil fuels?
What locations are good for solar energy?
Where is hydropower found?
Renewable Energy is good for the earth?
Alternative energy sources are needed to meet energy needs of the future?
Biomass requires fertilizers and uses a potential food source for energy?
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Which of the following is NOT an issue of concern to local government?
Hurricane Irene has caused massive flooding and many citizens are trapped in their homes. Which agency would be called to help out in this situation?
What does Max want from Zeke's Palace of Ice Cream?
Why does Ruby say no about the Whamburger?
What transportation did Max and Uncle Bunny take first?
What does Max put on to get ready for his trip?
What does Ruby put on her bicycle built for two?
How many people can ride on Ruby's bicycle all together?
Does grandma join Max and Uncle Bunny at Zeke's?
In the city, people can go to work on the ______.
A big ______ landed at the airport.
The man's motorcycle had a _____ on it.
They took the _____ across the lake.
The car drove through a long ______.
People walked through the _____ to get into the plane.
Color of the sun
Color of the walls
Color of the grass
Moving from one place to another
indicating the point in space at which a journey, motion, or action starts
a place
Correct spelling
Correct spelling
Correct spelling
Correct spelling
Correct spelling
Correct spelling
Correct spelling
Correct spelling
Correct spelling
Correct spelling
When a substance changes from a solid to a gas without becoming a liquid, the process is called
When a substance changes from a gas to a solid without becoming a liquid, the process is called
Which state of matter has a definite shape and a definite volume?
Which state of matter has a definite volume and a variable (indefinite) shape?
Which state of matter has an indefinite volume and an indefinite shape?
Which is NOT a state of matter?
The atoms of a solid
The atoms of a liquid
The atoms of a gas
Kinetic energy is
The Federal Communications Commission regulates which industry in the United States?
The radio disc jockey on Z104 aired a portion of his/her broadcast that was inappropriate and against the law. Which governmental regulatory agency will most likely levy a fine and/or penalty against the radio station?
If the state of Virginia decided to buy and sell goods with a foreign company, which governmental regulatory agency would be required to approve the venture?
What government regulatory agency monitors television programming?
All are ways the government promotes marketplace competition except −
Taxes and borrowed funds are two ways that the government provides −
Interstate highways, the United States military, and social services programs receive their funding from −
National Defense, Public Safety Officers, and the Postal Service are all examples of −
Public goods and services are those things the government provides for us because −
The United States government provides certain public goods and services to many people because they −
The government collects taxes to −
The government produces public goods and services through −
The government pays for public goods and services through tax revenue, borrowed funds, and _____.
Organisms with two different alleles for a trait are said to be
Which genotype below could be considered homozygous recessive?
Which genotype below would be considered Homozygous dominant
A Heterozygous long tailed mermaid is crossed with a Homozygous long tailed mermaid. What percentage of the offspring will be short tailed?
A Heterozygous long tailed mermaid is crossed with a Homozygous long tailed mermaid. What percentage of the offspring will be long tailed?
If a pea plant was heterozygous for round, yellow peas was crossed with a plant that was homozygous for round and heterozygous for yellow peas, how many different phenoytes would the offspring have?
Which of the following is NOT a phenotype?
Which of the following is NOT a genotype?
Suppose purple(P) is dominant to white (p). What would be all the possible genotype combinations for JUST purple flowers?
Suppose purple(P) is dominant to white (p) and Round (R) is dominant to wrinkled (r). What would be all the possible genotype combinations for JUST purple flowers?
Women
Statue
Has eaten
Are running
Mr. Johnson's class __________ ten minutes of grammar work every day.
Some ___________ that money doesn't buy happiness
Nobody ever ____________ questions in that class.
My grandma ____________ like it when I say swear words.
There __________ millions of ways to earn a living.
Either you or I ____________ to return the movie before they charge us a late fee.
The women in the choir __________ singing very loudly tonight.
There _______ only one guy for every two girls in my cooking class.
A zombie and a vampire __________ a few things in common.
Both teams _______ more games than they lose
Either Mom or Dad ______ going to pick me up after the concert.
When a poem's lines end with words that sound the same
When rhyme occurs in the same line
Compares two things using like or as
Descrives something non-human with human qualities
An exaggerated statement
Compares two different things using the word is
Repeats the beginning consonant sounds in words
the repetition of two or more of the same vowel sounds in a line
A word that sounds liket he noise it describes.
A reference that is made indirectly, subtly suggested, or implied to somebody or something using only a word or two.
A poem developed by the litters of a word or name, which are used to begin the first word in each line of the poem.
Any poem that tells a story
Paints a picture with words using literary devices. It often has a musical quality and expresses personal emotions or thoughts.
A combination of lyric and narratie poems usually put to music
A poem about death or dying
A 14-line poem with a specific rhyme scheme
A five line poem with a definite rhyme scheme and rhythm. Lines 1, 2, and 5 rhyme. Lines 3, 4 rhyme.
A poem that does not follow a specific rhythm or rhyme scheme
Mollusks that have two shells and an open circulatory system are called ___________.
Mollusks with an closed circulatory system
Mollusks that have one or no shells and use a radula
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What is the name of Newton's first law of motion?
What is friction?
Complete this sentence: An object at rest tends to
When no friction is involved, what can an outside force do to a moving object?
An object stays at rest until what happens to it?
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