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What type of weathering occurs in cold climates with moderate precipitation?
The Catskills are what type of landscape?
How can you tell that an area once had glaciers?
Radial stream patterns occur
What happens to angular sediments the longer they remain in a stream?
Which agent of erosion will create the best sorting of sediments
Which set of conditions will create the most runoff?
Which is not an example of mass movement?
Streams erode sediment
The outermost rigid layer of Earth. It is divided into pieces called tectonic plates.
The weak or soft part of the mantle. Tectonic plates move on top of this layer
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Soil is a mixture of weathered rock and __________.
The layer of soil that contains the most humus and smaller rock and mineral particles that the other layers is the __________ horizon.
The organic material in humus includes __________.
Compared to the A horizon in a soil profile, the B horizon __________.
The difference between mechanical and chemical weathering is __________.
A process that wears away surface materials and moves them to a different location.
Mass movement when sediments slowly inch their way down a slope.
Wind erosion of loose sediments.
A mixture of different-sized sediments deposited by a glacier.
Deposits formed when windblown sediments settle and build up behind an obstacle.
Buildings collapse as soil beneath becomes liquid.
The buildup of stress in Earth's crust can become so great that rocks reach their __________.
A reverse fault is often located where plates __________.
To locate an earthquake's ___________, scientist use information from at least three seismograph stations.
The San Andreas Fault in California is an example of a __________.
__________ do not pass through liquid so they are stopped when they hit the liquid outer core.
The slowest seismic waves are __________.
The boundary between the upper mantle and the crust is called the __________.
Normal faults are created by __________.
The farther apart primary, secondary, and surface waves arrive, the __________ the epicenter is.
Where did the Vikings build settlements in North America?
What was the name of the route between Asia and Europe that traders used?
What goods did the traders trade?
Which two natural resources were important to the trade in Africa?
Who was well known for his travels through Asia and China that inspired other people to look for new routes?
Which city had a great religious importance to Jews, Christians, and Muslims?
What were the series of wars fought to gain control of Jerusalem called?
Who wanted Portugal to gain a share of Asia's wealth and set up a school for navigation?
Who was the Portuguese explorer that sailed across the Indian Ocean and landed at Calicut, India?
Who was the first European to sail around the southern tip of Africa?
What is the use of force to move an object some distance?
How is work calculated? (What is the formula?)
Force is measured in what unit?
Work is measured in what unit?
What is the ability to do work?
What is the rate at which work is done?
What is the formula used to find power?
Power is measured in what unit?
What takes place when energy changes from one form to another?
Energy cannot be created or destroyed; it can only change forms. What is this called?
Which of the following is an example of how ancient climates provided evidence of continental drift?
According to hypothesis of contintental drift, what is the supercontinent that existed about 300 million years ago?
By 1968, new data about the ocean floor, earthquake activity and the magnetic layers of the ocean led to a new theory called_________________.
The lithospheric plates are made up of which layers of the Earth?
Plates move together at this type of boundary.
Which of the following is NOT evidence for sea-floor spreading?
In which type of plate boundary do two plates move away from each other?
What feature forms when a deep valley is created by a subducting plate?
The Hawaiin Islands formed as a result of __________________.
In which of the following areas would you MOST likely expect an earthquake or volcano to occur?
economy
export
frontier
barter
import
common
Political rights
jury
mercantilism
Regulate
The paragraph format in which all lines of text are aligned with the left margin
A temporary left margin that indents all lines but the first line of text.
The paragraph format in which the first line of the paragraph is indented.
The operational Key of the keyboard that is used to indent paragraphs; moves the cursor 5 spaces on a line.
What time of Software is word processing software?
Where on a word processing screen would you find the filename of a document?
What is the on-screen blinking character that shows where the next character will be entered?
Which type of centering results when text is centered between the left and right margin?
Which type of centering results when text is centered between the top and bottom margin?
If you teacher gave you a rough draft of a letter and asked you to make changes, what is this called?
A special notation at the end of a memo or letter that indicates that an item(s) is attached to the letter or memo.
A keying style for a letter or memo in which all the text is aligned at the left margin.
The main text of a personal letter, business letter, memo, email, or report.
Use lowercase (c) by the name of the person(s) to receive a copy. Place this below the last line of the enclosure notation or the reference line if there is no enclosure.
Pressing the enter key twice leaving one blank line.
Includes the same information as the memo heading (TO:, FROM: , DATE:, SUBJECT:)
A special notation at the end of a letter that indicated that an item(s) is included with the letter.
Information following the words in a memo heading. The tab key is used to align each this.
A written message used by employees within an organization to communicate with one another.
The lowercase initials of the keyboard operator and is keyed at the left margin a double space below the writer's name
The process of science starts with
The two main stages of the cell cycle are
A virus is unique in that it
The tangled mass that makes up the body of a fungus is the
Male and female reproductive structures in conifers are found in
Tropisms in plants are controlled by
Fungi do NOT
Organisms that feed on decaying material are called
Fungi feed on
Two organisms living together and benefiting from each other is a ______ relationship.
All human beings
Cannot be avoided
Unheeded
Enlightened
Common or widespread
A sudden, important change
Good financial situation; lack of poverty
Fate; future
Opinion
Fact
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Which shape will settle faster in a stream that is decreasing in velocity?
Glacial deposits are
Mountain landscapes have
Plateau regions have
Glaciers move
Dendritic stream patterns are found
Trellis stream patterns are found
Annular stream patterns are found
Which of the following statement is true about pebbles?
Which factor has the greatest influence on weathering?
The farthest that a glacier ever reached is marked by a
Soil particles differ from the underlying bedrock because
Word and other typing programs are a great tool to create
The format we used for business letters were:
Block Business Letters
We place a gap on the top of the page for the....
In the greeting portion of the letter, what symbol do we place after Dear
After you type the word sincerely at the end of the letter; we place a large gap in our letter. This gap is for what?
When should you indent on a block business letter?
Each little square in Excel is called a
All excel formulas start with a(n) (blank) sign.
The function we used to add large amounts of numbers was the...
To instruct Excel to finish one part of your formula first, you should surround it with
Which of the following symbols was NOT included in our Excel lesson?
What's wrong with this formula? =sum(A6A7)*B7 *
What would be the answer to this formula? =2+2*3
What would be the answer to this formula? =(2+2)*3 *
What's the little square in the bottom right-hand corner of a cell called? *
Mendeleev's periodic table came from a result of his work when trying to describe 63 elements for his:
With Mendeleev trying to describe the 63 element for his textbook, he was actually looking for the best way to:
Which card game did Mendeleev use to solve his problem with the periodic table?
Which of the following was information Mendeleev did not list on his of deck of cards?
On his cards of the elements, under properties, Mendeleev paid special attention to list how each element behaved in reactions with:
When Mendeleev completed labeling his cards, in what order did he line them up?
By arranging the cards of elements into rows of increasing mass, Mendeleev could align the elements with similar properties into the same:
Within his periodic table, Mendeleev was able to show that the mass of each element in a column:
An arrangement of elements in columns, based on properties that repeat from row to row is called a:
Ultimately, Mendeleev placed the elements into groups based on what ________________ they formed with oxygen or hydrogen.
Hypotonic...
Hypertonic...
Isotonic...
A hypotonic cell...
A hypertonic cell...
Endocytosis...
Exocytosis...
Active transport DOES NOT require energy
Active transport...
Energy is used in active transport but not during facilitated diffusion...
Integral proteins DO NOT go all the way through a cell membrane.
Proteins are made of...
Integral proteins allow the passage of...
Surface proteins are located on...
Glycoproteins have what attached to them?
Steroids are made up of how many rings?
What is the function of a steroid in the cell membrane?
Diffusion allows materials to move from ______ concentrations to _____concentrations.
What is osmosis?
The rate of osmosis depends of how much material is in a solution?
Cells have many different forms
The size and shape of a cell usually relates to its function
The cell theory has ______ parts.
Which of the following is NOT a part of the cell theory...
Where is a phospholipid located?
Which part of the phospholipid is polar?
Which part of the phospholipid is nonpolar?
Which part of the cell membrane is nonpolar?
Which part of the cell membrane is polar?
What is found between the phospholipids that allow particular molecules into and out of the cell?
During the evolution of a star, what event takes at least a million years to occur?
After the initial contraction, what happens to the temperature of this gaseous body?
After the initial contraction and when the temperature rises high enough, energy is radiated from the surface in the form of:
The gaseous body that continues to form, now appears as a large red object called a:
A protostar is a developing star not yet hot enough to engage in the process of:
As gravity continues to collapse the forming star, what part is heated more intensely than the outer layer?
When the core of a protostar reaches 10 million degrees Kelvin, the pressure is so great that the nuclear fusion of what gas begins?
The heat from the process of hydrogen fusion causes the motion of the gases to:
As the motion of the gases increases, it causes and increase in the outward:
What does the forming star become when the outward pressure equals the inward force of gravity?
How many sets of reactions does the process of photosynthesis have?
The reaction during photosynthesis that requires the direct involvement of sunlight is:
Light-dependent reactions directly encompass the steps of photosynthesis that require:
Light-dependent reactions explain why plants need ________________ to grow.
Where does the energy needed for light-dependent reactions come from?
Energy from sunlight, that is needed for light-dependent reactions, come from?
Besides producing oxygen, the light energy in light-dependent reactions, converts ADP and NADP+ into the energy carrying molecules:
In what cell organelle do light-dependent reactions take place?
Sac-like membranes that contain most of the structures needed to carry out the process of photosynthesis are called:
Clusters of chlorophyll and proteins contained within thylakoids are called:
How much work is done when you push a sled across the snow with a force of 70.0 N for a displacement of 20.0 m?
It takes a car 130 seconds to pull a trailer 5 m down the road and exerts a horizontal force of 7,000 N. At what power level is the car performing?
A crane can lift a 500 kg mass to height of 30 m in 2 minutes. The work done by the crane is: (*You must compute the force of the mass being lifted first)
How much work is done by a 500 Watt car engine in 10 minutes?
What is a device that does work with only one movement and changes the size or direction of a force?
The work output of a machine divided by the work input is the ______________ of the machine.
A machine that changes only the direction of a force has a mechanical advantage of:
If trying to move a very heavy piece of furniture using a ramp should you choose a short ramp or a long ramp? Explain why.
The mechanical advantage of a pulley system is equal to the number of:
How does using a pulley make moving heavy objects easier?
You are debating buying a new can opener. This particular can opener requires 2,000 J of work to begin opening the can and it does 500 J of work. How efficient is this can opener?
A bottle cap is an example of what simple machine?
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Prokaryotic cells lack a
What two parts do ALL viruses have?
What is sexual reproduction in bacteria called?
Which organism has prokaryotic cells?
Which kingdom is also called the junk-drawer?
What is the function of a contractile vacuole?
Which shows the steps of mitosis in the correct order?
Cancer cells lose their ability to control
When a healthy cell comes in contact with another cell it
Who was the first person to see cells under a microscope?
Which is not a characteristic of energy
Which organism depends on external source of organic compounds
What do cells store and release as the main source of chemical energy
What waste product of photosynthesis is released to the environment
What is the internal membrane of the chloroplast that is organized into flattened membranous sacs?
What is another name for the light independent reaction
The electron transport chain of photosynthesis
The calvin cycle takes place in the
The product of the Calvin cycle is
Which of the following effect the rate of photosynthesis
True or False: Digestion involves large complex molecules being broken down into simple molecules.
Since the mouth can grasp food, it is sometimes called a...
Which glands in the mouth secrete juices containing enzymes that help digest the food?
What is the muscular tube called that forces food from the mouth to the stomach?
What is the sequential contraction of ringlike muscles in the esophagus called?
In a monogastric animal, what breaks down food in the stomach?
True or False: Ruminant animals, like cows and sheep, have one stomach with three different compartments.
True or False: Monogastric animals, like humans and pigs, have one stomach compartment.
Which of the following is a long coiled tube connecting the stomach to the large intestine, has an interior surface covered in villi, and absorbs water and nutrients?
True or False: The cecum, colon, and reticulum are the three parts that make up the large intestine.
India won its independence from which country in 1947?
India's society is organized into social clesses based on a person's....
The most industrialized country in Southwest Asia is...
The first known people to live in North America were the...
Sri Lanka lies on an important ocean shipping route between Asia and
The Phillipians spent more than 300 years as a
What type of government does Great Britain have?
The tropics are areas that lie near the
A main reason why our world is "shrinking" is because of
Democracy is a form of
The equation for density is
The density of an object with a mass of 10 kg and a volume of 2 cc
A box with the dimensions 2 cm wide, 2 cm high, and 3 cm long has a mass of 24 grams, find the density
You drop a 4 gram weight into a graduated cylinder and it displaces 2 ml, find the density.
The mass of an object is 20 g and the volume is 10 cubic centimeters, find the density.
The volume of a box with a dimension of 2 cm high, 6 cm long, by 3 cm wide is
Mass is
The volume of a box with a height of 10 cm, a width of 2 cm, and a length of 4 cm would have a volume of
A box has the dimensions 2 cm x 2 cm x 2 cm, and a mass of 16 g. Find the density.
Identify the most dense item.
Which statement about weight and mass is true?
A car travels West at 20 miles/ hour. This information describes:
Which of these is true about Forces
A car starts moving due to
What happens when there are two forces acting in the same direction
For an object to feel Work, the force must be
If you push a car with 100 Newtons, and the car doesn't move. How much Work is done
If you push a car for 5 minutes, and it took 200 Joules of work, how much power did it take
If a bowling ball rolls to a stop, what happened to the energy?
a customer complained his soup was cold, so the cook heated up the customers spoon. the custome picked up the spoon and burnt his hand
The study of the earth's land, water, plants, and animals is part of
What Arab country endured a civil war from 1975 to 1990?
The Islamic faith requires followers to make a pilgramage
The holiest day in Judaism is
The Mesopotamian civilization developed in a region known as
The Sumerians used clay tablets to record a form of writing called
The People's Republic of China is the official name of
China's government and society were shaped by the teachings of
Tokyo and Yokohama lie on the Japanese island of
Pandas and other rare animals roam at the eastern end of
Papua New Guinea shares the island of New Guinea with
In 1910 this country conquered Korea and made it part of its empire
Most people in Indonesia are
At the northern tip of Morocco is the
Istanbul, Turkey's largest city, is the only city in the world located on two
Bangladesh's two major rivers are the
Pakistan and Bangladesh are both
About 64 percent of China's people live in
The rule of Saddam Hussein in Iraq is an example of
The four major oceans are the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, and
When two continental plates smash into each other, they produce
The Nile River begins in east Africa and flows north to the
Jews believe the Ten Commandments are God's laws revealed to the prophet
According to Christians, the Messiah that the Jews were waiting for was
Muslims must fulfill obligations called the
In Pakistan, people use Sindhi and Punjabi as their
Which of the following countries is an island
China's communist leader who made China a more open country was
Hong Kong and Macau are Chinese cities that were once controlled by a
Laos and Vietnam both have
Thailand's government is trying to preserve one of its most valuable resources by limiting what?
About half of Brunei's income comes from exporting what?
One of the smallest island countries in Southeast Asia, this nation has a high standard of living
Most of the earth's freshwater is found where?
Why do some farmers practice crop rotation?
Cutting down the rain forests can cause what?
Erosion is a process that
Name a continent
Name a continent
Name a continent
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Mr. Sanchez owns a store that sells sports equipment. What type of business does he have?
Investors are only liable for the amount of investment in a _____.
Which answer choice is NOT a way the U.S. government promotes competition?
Bill Gates took a risk and opened Microsoft. He is an example of a ____.
What kind of laws are meant to limit monopolies?
Increased competition often leads to lower prices and ____.
Jim Bob and Marianne opened a restaurant. They started a ___.
Which of the following is a synonym for global?
You can buy stock in Disney and Coca-Cola. These companies are ___.
Who is the best teacher?
Which of these is NOT a reason Europeans came to the colonies
Why did some slaves die on the ship to the colonies?
Importing goods means
exporting goods means
What is Free Enterprise?
Cash crops are
What was grown in the Southern Colonies?
What was the basis of New England's economy?
The triangular Trade went from
Large Sugar Cane plantations were found
The I in the simple interest formula stands for...
The P in the simple interest formula stands for...
The r in the simple interest formula stands for...
The t in the simple interest formula stands for...
Michael is saving money to buy a car. He takes $8,000 to the bank and opens an annual certificate of deposit (CD) upon which the bank agrees to pay him 2% interest. What is the P?
Michael is saving money to buy a car. He takes $8,000 to the bank and opens an annual certificate of deposit (CD) upon which the bank agrees to pay him 2% interest. What is the r?
Michael is saving money to buy a car. He takes $8,000 to the bank and opens an annual certificate of deposit (CD) upon which the bank agrees to pay him 2% interest. What is the I?
Michael is saving money to buy a car. He takes $8,000 to the bank and opens an annual certificate of deposit (CD) upon which the bank agrees to pay him 2% interest. What is the t?
Michael is saving money to buy a car. He takes $8,000 to the bank and opens an annual certificate of deposit (CD) upon which the bank agrees to pay him 2% interest. How is the ending balance?
What is another word for interest rate?
Water is called the universal solvent because it . . .
Which of the following is not a biological contaminant?
Which is the most diluted solution?
True or False, a contaminant remains in a solution even when it is diluted so much that it can not be detected?
What is the best way to remove a dissolved solid pollutant from a water sample?
If a solution turns universal indicator blue and can be neutralized by adding an acid, is it an acid or a base?
If a solution can be neutralized by a base and turns universal indicator red, is it an acid or a base?
Any substance that increases the concentration of H+ ions when it dissolves in water is a(n)
A bond formed between a positive ion and a negative ion is called ________________.
Any substance that increases the concentration of OH- ions when it dissolves in water is __________.
A bond that forms when two atoms share electrons is called ______________.
Which of the following is not evidence of a chemical property?
When is a solution neutral?
What is a precipitate?
Placing text boxes at the top and in the margins of a publication is an example of POOR use of which design principle?
Jack carefully placed photographs of the different animals he saw in Yellowstone National Park next to the blocks of text he wrote describing them. This is an example of which design principle?
A team is making a publication for a business. It will be distributed monthly to members of the Twisted Stitchers sewing club to highlight upcoming events and sewing tips. What is the most appropriate publication choice for this information?
In Scenario 13, what graphic should the design team use on the letterhead and the business cards?
In Scenario 13, what color scheme should the design team use for the company letterhead?
In Scenario 10, the team wants to inform the public about the new exhibit including the dates and times the museum will be open and the cost of admission. What is the most appropriate publication choice for this information?
The DataMax Company wants to educate the public about the design and highlight the features of its newest product at an upcoming trade show. What is the most appropriate publication choice for this information?
Moore High School FBLA plans to announce the new officers' names and positions, summarize the previous weekend's fundraising event, and promote the upcoming visit to the nursing home. What is most appropriate publication choice for this information?
The Chamber of Commerce assists local bussinesses in securing guest speakers for classroom presentations. What is the most appropriate publication choice for information that highlights the topics of expertise and background data on each speaker
Zack is introducing himself to the local chamber of commerce in hopes of drumming up new customers and getting his name known as a teacher. What is the most appropriate publication choice that will provide Zack's contact information?
11. First National Bank created a publication that explains the different types of interest-bearing savings plans. It includes information on IRAs, 401(k)s, CDs, and money market accounts. This is an example of which type of publication?
The FBLA secretary created a publication to display the date, time, and location of the next meeting. This is an example of which type of publication?
Jan created an informational booklet on school clubs and activities. This is an example of which type of publication?
Juan determined that attendees at an ice hockey game typically enjoy listening to rock music and fast-food restaurants. Which characteristic of the target audience has Juan identified?
The use of white font on dark stationery is an example of which design principle?
A brochure has been created for the business department at a local high school. The title text is keyed in 14 point, bold, black, and Arial font. The body text is keyed in the same style as the title text. This is an example of
White and black, light gray and dark blue, and red and white are examples of which design principle?
Which design principle is illustrated by the font scheme below?  Major headings – 14 pt Arial font  Subheadings – 12 pt Cambria font  Body text – 11 pt Calibri font
The use of black font on a peach colored page is an example of which design principle?
A brochure is created to explain the benefits of a new product. The headings, body, and graphics are positioned within extremely wide margins. This is an example of which design principle?
Bailey wants to find out which frozen solid melts the fastest: soda, ice, or orange juice. After making identical frozen cubes of each type, she times how long it takes each to melt. In this investigation, what is the Independent Variable?
Bailey wants to find out which frozen solid melts the fastest: soda, ice, or orange juice. After making identical frozen cubes of each type, she times how long it takes each to melt. In this investigation, what is the Dependent Variable?
Bailey wants to find out which frozen solid melts the fastest: soda, ice, or orange juice. After making identical frozen cubes of each type, she times how long it takes each to melt. In this investigation, what is the control?
Bailey wants to find out which frozen solid melts the fastest: soda, ice, or orange juice. After making identical frozen cubes of each type, she times how long it takes each to melt. In this investigation, what is an example of a constant?
Henry wants to find out which laundry detergent cleans the best. He stains four identical towels with red wine. Then he uses three types of detergent to wash three of the towels, and water alone to wash one. What is the independent variable?
Henry wants to find out which laundry detergent cleans the best. He stains four identical towels with red wine. Then he uses three types of detergent to wash three of the towels, and water alone to wash one. What is the Dependent Variable?
Henry wants to find out which laundry detergent cleans the best. He stains four identical towels with red wine. Then he uses three types of detergent to wash three of the towels, and water alone to wash one. What is the Control?
Henry wants to find out which laundry detergent cleans the best. He stains four identical towels with red wine. Then he uses three types of detergent to wash three of the towels, and water alone to wash one. What is a constant?
Which variable is manipulated/messed with?
Which variable is measured, depends on the independent variable, and is in response to the independent variable?
What role do producers play in the carbon cycle?
Which of the following are often involved in a biogeochemical cycle?
The burning of fossil fuels releases which of the following gases into the atmosphere?
Which element is the main component of all life?
During which step of the water cycle is water changed from a vapor state to a liquid state?
How do trees affect the water cycle if they are removed?
Carbon dioxide enters the atmosphere through each of the following processes except one. Which one?
Water can enter the atmosphere which two ways?
Which of the following is needed for the nitrogen cycle?
Where is the largest reservoir of carbon on earth located?
Marine organisms such as coral and shellfish have carbon in their bodies in which of the following forms?
Carbon in the bodies of marine organisms often is changed into which of the following forms?
Which of the following is the source of energy for the water cycle?
In what form is most carbon released into the atmosphere?
The carbon cycle works in conjunction with which of the following?
Weathering is defined as
Erosion is defined as
Water that hits the surface of the Earth on land and does not go into the groundwater becomes
If a stream moving 200cm/sec slows down to 100cm/sec the particles that will fall out are
Which factor does NOT affect weathering rates?
Glaciers create
Which of the following is NOT a way that rivers transport sediments?
Smaller particles settle out of a stream
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The man lacked the ( ) to fit in at the elegant party.
Be prepared for the results of the Student Council election to be ( ) in the next few days.
Before going apple picking my mother told me that what we pick we must enjoy in a timely fashion because they will ( ) fairly quickly.
After taking the quiz I was ( ) the rest of the day because I did not prepare myself enough for today's quiz.
I could not ( ) myself from my mom's plans to go shopping at the outlets this weekend.
Could you please pass me the ( ) ?
The sound of the axe striking the tree stump sounded like a ( ).
All of a sudden I felt an ( ) pain in my right leg.
I had a sudden ( ) to raise my hand and answer today's daily question.
The students showed ( ) toward the assignment so therefore their final project was not their best work.
Which of the following is NOT a nutrient?
Which nutrient's daily caloric intake is recommended to be 50-60% of your diet?
The fatlike substance that can cause heart disease is called
What two nutrients does your body need to have daily in small amounts?
The body's most important nutrient is
Amino acids are linked together chemically to form molecules of
The amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of one gram of water by one Celsius degree?
A type of carbohydrate that is made up of sugars
The portion of the food label that describes how the nutritional content of a food fits into a diet of 2,000 calories is called the
The nutrient that provides the highest amount of energy. You should eat this sparingly.
A Complex carbohydrate found in plant foods such as potatoes. These sugar molecules are broken down into smaller molecules.
Nutrients needed by the body in small amounts and are not made by living things.
A complex carbohydrate found in plant foods, that cannot be broken down into sugar molecules. Is not a nutrient. Passes through body.
Type of mineral that helps maintain water balance. It is needed for muscle and nerve function. Bananas, grains, meat are sources of this mineral.
These vitamins dissolve in water and are not stored in the body.
A type of carbohydrate that includes starch and fiber. It is made up of many sugar molecules linked together in a chain.
A type of mineral that helps form important parts of red blood cells. Helps to eat red meat, seafood, and green leafy vegetables.
A vitamin that is found in dairy products, yellow, orange and dark green vegetables. Helps maintain healthy skin, bones, teeth and aids in vision.
A fat that is usually liquid at room temperature. Olive oil is an example.
A scientific name used to define energy in food. One unit of this measurement equals 1,000 calories.
What is the next step in the decision-making process after gather information?
What is the next step in the decision-making process after weighing evidence?
What is a question to ask yourself to determine if information is fact or opinion?
The first step in critical thinking is?
What is the next level of Bloom\'s Taxonomy after Application?
What is the next level of Bloom\'s Taxonomy before Evaluation
___________________ means understanding what you read.
___________________ involves making judgements about what you learn.
Bloom\'s Taxonomy is a linear process
Deciding whether an apple pie you made tastes good uses which level of Bloom's Taxonomy?
What is involved in the 3rd step in the BREATHE system?
What is involved in the 7th step in the BREATHE system?
Which is an example of a behavioral symptom of stress?
What is an example of a mental and emotional syptom of stress?
An exercise where you take a mental vacation is known as?
An exercise where you relax and contract your muscles is known as?
Something that has been researched and found to reduce stress is _____________?
Which is a coping strategy for stress?
Talking about your problems will only increase your anxiety and cause more stress.
Being assertive and learning to say, "no" is a good lifestyle habit to have.
The 1st step in the ? in the Margin for Textbooks is
When reading and applying the ? in the Margin for Textbooks you should
This step involves determining what you should be looking for while you read.
Reading paragraph by pragraph helps to ensure understanding
This step involves creating a interest in what you will read.
This step increases your comprehension and allows you to move information to your long-term memory
This step involves condensing main ideas into your own words.
This step involves going over your notes and any other study aids you have created.
This step involves taking the material and creating connections with what you already know.
Review & summarize are located in what stage of the ? in the Margin for Textbooks?
________________ is a general qualifier
Which is not an objective test format
Previewing a test will allow you to__________________________.
When answering a multiple choice question it is a good idea to...
No, Nobody, Only, Never and None are examples of ________________.
If you are giving the directions; "Give an example" it means:
If you are giving the directions; "Compare" it means:
An important guideline to help you in predicting questions that will be on a test is:
Reviewing what you got wrong on previous tests is a good habit.
The Checklist for Essay Test states that proofreading isn't important when answering essay questions.
a push or pull exerted by one object on another, causing a change in motion
a diagram that shows lines, bars, or parts of a whole that show quantities or changes
a force that opposes the motion of one object moving past another
the object's position remains constant with no change
a point at which an object is at
a force that changes the path of an object
a force applied that changes the speed of an object
a force on an object that affects the speed
the direction in which an object moves
a measure of the amount of matter in an object
the pull as the opposite poles attract while using a magnet
the push as the same poles repel while using a magnet
the force of attraction between all masses in the universe
If the force is zero then the acceleration is zero
the force is not zero and there will be a change in velocity
How fast an object's position changes with time at any given moment
forces that cancel each other out when acting together on a single object
forces that do not cancel each other out when acting on a single object
how strong or weak a push or pull is on one object over another
an object's speed in a certain direction
This word means withdrawn from public view.
This word means the universe and everyting in it.
This word means the principles people live by and hold to be important.
This word means real, true, or authentic.
This word means bringing or causing disgrace.
This word means the act of existing.
This word means having value or merit.
This word means programs concerned with giving aid to those in need.
This word means to bring about or help.
This word means to get rid of or erase.
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¿Qué haces en una tienda deportiva?
¿Qué haces en una estación de servicio?
-¿Compraste unos sellos? -Sí, _____ compré.
-¿Compraste una pelota? -Sí, _____ compré.
-¿Compraste un palo de golf? -Sí, _____ compré.
-¿Compraste tarjetas? -Sí, _____ compré.
-¿Compraste estos patines? -Sí, _____ compré.
-¿Compraste esta raqueta de tenis? -Sí, _____ compré.
A ellas _____ ________________ las manos.
una temperatura muy alta
Cuando tengo dolor de cabeza, normalmente tomo __________.
My knees hurt.
la persona que ayuda al médico
bacteria mala en la sangre
dolor de cabeza, la fiebre, una tos, te duele la nariz
adonde vas cuando estás en una ambulancia
A Miguel y a mí ____ ___________________ las cabezas.
lo que necesitas cuando te rompes un hueso
Your ankle hurts.
appointment
Ayer _____________________ el dedo con papel y había mucha sangre.
La medicina viene en las formas de ________________ o un líquido.
________________ y _____________________ son reacciones normales después de lastimarse.
Creates a new empty project
Closes the current project
Opens or closes the Musical Typing window
Opens the Piano Roll
Opens the Smart Controls
Hides or shows all the plug-in windows
Joins the selected regions
Creates a software instrument track
Creates a Track Stack for the selected tracks
Selects all
Opens the Score Editor
Opens the Editors area
Opens the Browsers area
Shows or hides the List Editors
Shows or hides the MIDI Draw Area
Opens a Piano Roll window
Repeats selected regions or events
Renders selected regions into a new region
Opens the Bounce in Place dialog box
Inserts an empty section between the locators
Cuts the section between locators
Opens the Strip Silence window
Mutes or unmutes the selected regions
Unsolos all soloed tracks
Sets the locators to match the selected regions
Toggles solo mode
Starts playback at the beginning of the selected region
Creates a Track Stack
Solos the selected track
Opens a Mixer window
Unsolos the soloed tracks
Recalls the corresponding screenset
Hides or shows all plug-in windows
Shows or hides automation track in the tracks area
Automatically zooms vertically on the selected track
Opens the Automation preferences window
Opens the Bounce dialog box
Goes to the next application
Hides all other applications
Opens or closes the Step Input Keyboard
Four stores are having a sale on DVDs. Which store is offering the best deal?
The Clague girls' softball team went out to Seva's to celebrate their victory. The bill came to $72. What would be the amount of a 15% tip on this bill?
A group of hungry teachers from Clague went to Kroger. The teachers spent $15.20 altogether. Each teacher spent $1.90 (big spenders). How many teachers were in this group?
Which division problem does not have the same quotient as 7.8 x 3.9?
Amaya bought five steaks. The steaks varied in price based on their weight. The individual cost of the steaks were: $14.50, $13.95, $14.99, $12.75, $16.95. The closest estimate to the total cost of those five juicy steaks is:
During gym class, Sela jumped 4.5 feet. Sebastian jumped 3.72 feet. How much further did Sela jump than Sebastian?
Mrs. Badel stopped at Zingerman's to buy lunch. She bought a delicious turkey sandwich $2.40, a bag of pretzels for $0.70 and a lemonade for $1.10 (Zingerman's was having a HUGE sale). How much did she pay for her lunch?
Which product is the smallest?
After which digit would the decimal be placed in the following product? 2.4 x 51.44 = 123456
How many decimal places are in the quotient of 3.75 / 0.25?
to look for
to leave, go out
to sweep the floor
to cut the lawn
to set the table
to say, to tell
to dust the furniture
Easter
Still, yet
New Year's Eve
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A caller says another technician was rude...you
This is good netiquette.
You see a confidential file on a customer's computer...
Level Two Technicians:
Inexperienced customers need..
This is not a relaxation technique used in call centers...
Exception to SLA that needs manager approval
I am transferring a customer. You don't need to tell the other technician...
First step in resolving customer problem...
Stress...
Good communication skills means
This is unethical or illegal.
Where legal details are found
Level One technicians primary responsibility
Besides when case needs to be opened, escalate to Level 2 when
Never look at a customer's
I use this to control a customer computer.
Good netiquette includes
A good relaxation technique for call centers is...
I need to look something up to solve a problem...
Work experience
Management
Employment agency
Contract
Employer
Fee
Employee
Fee
Employee
Computer
NIMES ON K
NIMES ON L
NIMES ON S
NIMES ON A
NIMES ON T
NIMES ON R
NIMES ON E
NIMES ON I
NIMES ON M
NIMES ON O
What is x/y when x= 12 and y=21 in simplest form
Is 13 a whole number, integer, or rational number?
Is 2.34 a whole number, integer, or rational number?
what is -15 to the zero power?
what is a3/a7?
What is m^30*m^12
Simplify m/-n when m=6 and n=7
simplify (3y^2)(2y^3)
what is (-2^2)^3
what is k/k^2+4 when k=6? in simpliest form
A special notation at the end of a memo or letter that indicates that an item(s) is attached to the letter or memo.
A keying style for a letter or memo in which all the text is aligned at the left margin.
The main text of a personal letter, business letter, memo, email, or report.
A letter sent from one business or organization to another or to an individual.
Ending of the letter. Example: Sincerely yours,
Use a lowercase (c) followed by the name of the person(s) to receive a copy.
Pressing the enter key twice (2) leaving one blank line.
A special notation at the end of a letter indicating that an item is included with the letter.
Author's handwritten/signed name. Placed on a printed copy of the letter.
The author's keyed name in the closing of the letter.
Which of the examples is NOT a Force
Friciton is
If a Bowling Ball is dropped off the Empire State Building
If two objects of different mass are dropped, and there is no air resistance
If a bowling ball were thrown out of an airplane
If you are standing on the Earth, then transported to the Moon
Which is NOT an Example of Newtons 1st law of Energy
Which is an example of Newtons 3rd Law
The Law of Conservation of Energy says
A bowling ball is rolling down the lane and stops before it even gets to the pins
The address of the receiver of the letter.
Is stationary that is used instead of the return address in a business letter and consists of the business' name address, phone/fax/email, and logo.
A colon or comma is keyed in the salutation and a comma is in the complimentary close.
There is not a colon keyed in the salutation and there is not a comma in the complimentary close.
A letter written by an individual to deal with business of a personal nature. ( A letter that is sent from and individual to a person or business/organization.)
The greeting of a letter that is keyed a double space below the letter address.
The address of the sender of the letter and consists of a line for the street address and one for the city, state, and zip code.
Ending the letter. Example: Sincerely yours.
A keying style for a letter or memo in which all the text is aligned at the left margin.
A letter sent from one business or ogranization to another or to an individual.
It is not fair to other people when someone ________ the honor system.
It is societies responsiblity to provide ________ to those in need.
Her feelings of concern for Debra are _______.
One sunny day, Dee looked around and marveled at all ________.
Mr. Kohler loved the ________ of his garden with its high shrubs.
The creative poem is ________ of publication.
When people cannot be relied on, there is ________.
Brushing your teeth will help ________ better dental health.
Seeing her mom's ________ smile made Marie feel less nervous.
Poverty brings ________ to so many people.
What is the name of land with tall grass and few trees?
An area that is far from a city and has open spaces.
All the companies and people that make or sell one kind of product or service.
People who formed kingdoms in Nigeria during the Common Era.
What is a colony?
What is Nigera\'s largest industry?
What religions are practiced in Nigeria?
The history, ideas, and beliefs that people receive from the past is known as
What do we call the city where a state or country\'s government is located?
Which is the most recent year?
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Which of the following correctly lists the four layers of the alimentary canal starting with the lumen and working outward?
The sphincter at the top of the stomach is known as the ___.
The folds of the mucosa in the stomach are known as _____. These folds enable the stomach to swell when full and collapse when empty.
The ____ cells produce protein digesting enzymes called pepsinogens.
The cells that produce HCl in the stomach are the ____. HCl activates the other enzymes in the stomach.
After food passes through the stomach it resembles a heavy cream and is called ____.
The valve found between the stomach and the duodenum is known as the ____.
The three regions of the small intestine from superior to inferior order are:
The pancreatic juices and bile are secreted into this portion of the small intestine.
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of the small intestine that enables it to better absorb nutrients?
The organ that is largely responsible for absorption of water and Vitamin K is the
Which of the following is NOT a portion of the large intestine that feces passes through?
Which of the following is NOT a type of teeth found in humans?
The enzyme that begins starch breakdown in the mouth is ___.
Which of the following has an INCORRECT pairing of the process and its description?
Calculate total yearly rainfall. J=17 F=18 M=17 A=22 M= 21 J=21 J=22 A=21 S= 19 O= 20 N=18 D=18
Which biome does question 1 represent?
Explain how you were able to identify the biome in Question 2.
How can competition limit the dispersal of a species?
Describe the major differences between tropical rain forest and a desert.
Looking at your study guide, what is the diagram showing?
Looking at the diagram on your study guide, what are steps 1, 2, 8, and 9?
Looking at you diagram and the steps you described. Why is Step 2 so important?
The grassland biome has few trees. the tundra has no trees at all. What conditions in each of the two biomes cause this similarity?
Suppose loggers cleared a large area of boreal forest. Describe the natural changes that would occur in the area over time. Use some science vocabulary.
Which Amendment requires the state of Virginia to guarantee each resident due process rights?
What must a police officer have before he or she can make an arrest?
Which of the following court cases could NOT be appealed to a higher court?
Which of the following below would be considered a CRIMINAL case?
Ashleigh was arrested for breaking a federal law. Which amendment guarantees that the NATIONAL government will protect her due process rights?
Which of the following is an example of a DIFFERENCE between juvenile and adult cases?
Which of the following is an example of original jurisdiction?
Molly got sick because Popeye's did not cook her chicken all the way. What would be her reason to sue them?
If a customer in Virginia sued a company in Pennsylvania, which court would have original jurisdiction over the case?
Which of the following DOES NOT happen during the arraignment hearing?
What is the job of the judge/jury during a CIVIL case?
What is it called with the prosecution tries to accuse someone of a crime after a 'not guilty' verdict?
In a CRIMINAL trial, it is the job of the jury to decide if the -
New evidence was found in a murder tried in the Virginia Court System. What would happen next?
Which is an example of a misdemeanor?
If a person committed armed robbery, what kind of case would that be?
Which of the following cases would be heard in the VA Court System?
Which is the only court in the Virginia Court System to have a judge AND a jury?
John was arrested and found guilty for a felony of armed robbery. He appealed his case, which court would hear his case?
Marbury v. Madison established the principal of:
A tree fell on your neighbor's house and would cost $5,000 for her to repair. If she sued you for damages, which court would hear this case?
Which federal court is the only court in the FEDERAL COURT SYSTEM to have a judge AND a jury?
The federal court system has three courts: District Court, __________, and U.S Supreme Court. Which court would correctly fill in the blank?
What is the highest court in the U.S. Court System?
Who is responsible for interpreting the U.S. Constitution?
Judge, no jury; original jurisdiction over misdemeanors. What court is the list describing?
Which federal court has both limited original and appellate jurisdiction?
The United States courts are known as -
What are the body segments of an insect?
How many legs do insects have?
The uniramian exoskeleton is made of
The legs and wings of an insect are attached to its
The organ for hearing in an insect is its
The function of the gizzard is to
The organs that act as the excretory organs in the grasshopper are the
The structures that secrete digestive enzymes into the stomach of a grasshopper are the
The openings to the respiratory system are the
Which stage is not part of complete metamorphosis?
Look at Figure 8.1 (on paper). The first beaker (figure 1) is a(n)
Look at Figure 8.1 (on paper). The middle beaker (figure 2) is a(n)
Look at Figure 8.1 (on paper). The third beaker (figure 3) is a(n)
Look at Figure 8.1 (on paper). Which two solutions could you mix to make a neutral solution?
Look at Figure 8.1 (on paper). Which beaker of solution would you use to clean?
Look at Figure 8.2 (on paper). In the experiment, what is the independent variable?
Look at Figure 8.2 (on paper). In the experiment, what is the dependent variable?
Look at Figure 8.2 (on paper). Which solution would turn the cabbage juice pink?
Look at Figure 8.2 (on paper). Which solution would turn the cabbage juice pink?
Look at Figure 8.2 (on paper). Which solution would turn cabbage juice green?
Look at Figure 8.2 (on paper). Which solution would turn cabbage juice green?
Look at Figure 8.2 (on paper). Which solution would turn the cabbage juice purple?
Cabbage juice will change the color of a base to
Cabbage juice will change the color of an acid to
The pH range of an acid is
The pH range of a base is
It is easy to recognize the formula of an acid because
It is easy to recognize the formula of an base because
An acid has
A base has
In a 4 x 8 table, what does the 4 represent
To add a color design to your table, which tab
To add a table to your document, which tab
Your cursor is in First Name. You need a column added between First Name and Course
A new row needs to be added before the row with ID, First Name, etc
A row needs to placed after Taylor
A column needs to be placed before ID
Your cursor is in the cell with Grade. A column needs to be added between Course and Grade
In a 2 x10 table, the 10 represents
The row that was added above ID needs to be merged. Merge cells are located in which tab
¿Cómo se dice STAMP en español?
¿Cómo se dice POST OFFICE en español?
¿Cómo se dice DOCTOR/DENTIST OFFICE en español?
¿Cómo se dice MAILBOX en español?
¿Cómo se dice SOAP en español?
¿Qué haces en un correo?
¿Qué haces en un banco?
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1. In most word-processing programs, what key will bring you to the next line at the left margin?
The __________ is the blinking line in many programs that lets you know your insertion point.
This text object allows you to click and open up a website.
What is the world\'s largest network?
To insert cartoon-like images that are preloaded into Microsoft Office, you would select the ________ feature.
Google and Bing are examples of a _________.
A way to duplicate your files in case you have computer problems is called _________.
The blank edges around your paper are called __________.
To place your text in the middle of the line, you would select the _________ button.
To modify the look or style of the text, you would change the _________. For example: changing Comic Sans to Times New Roman.
On school computers, Windows if one of these:
Who is a person who tries to electronically break into another computer user's information?
The _________ feature lets you see your document in smaller or larger sizes.
The two paper orientations are portrait and _______.
What does
What key do you press if you want to indent text?
What do you call a program that destroys or harms data on the computer?
At the top right corner of your screen, there are three icons. Which icon do your click to have your window stay open, yet it is not displayed on the screen?
What is spam?
The ________ bar is located at the bottom of your screen and it has the Start Button on the left and the time on the right.
What are the words or designs that move around the screen to help the monitor so that it doesn't get embedded images?
What Microsoft Application program do you use for word processing?
What is a two-headed arrow used to do?
In Microsoft Word, when looking for another word that means the same thing, you could use the ______ feature.
To reverse the action you have just completed, what do you perform?
What is a four-headed arrow used to do?
What is the term that describes settings that are automatically on the computer?
In Microsoft Word, what does it mean when you see a red squiggly line under a word?
In Microsoft Office, pressing "CTRL + C" and then pressing "CTRL + V" will perform what actions?
When working on a computer project, it is highly recommended to ____________ every fifteen minutes.
What feature do you use to for movement when changing from slide to slide in PowerPoint?
The __________ is the blinking line in many programs that lets you know your insertion point?
This text object allows you to click and open up a website.
What Microsoft program do you use for spreadsheets?
To insert cartoon-like images that are preloaded in Microsoft Office, you would select the _______________ feature.
Google and Bing are examples of _________.
A way to duplicate your files in case you have computer problems is called ____________.
To insert a simple graphic of a smiley face or arrow in Microsoft Office, you would select the _________ tool.
To place your text in the middle of the line, you would select the ________________ button.
To modify the look or style of the text, you would change the ____________________.” For example: changing Comic Sans to Times New Roman.
The keyboard shortcut to run your slideshow is ______ .
The tool that allows you to insert decorative text into your document is ___________ .
The ____________ feature lets you see your document in smaller or larger sizes.
The two paper orientations are portrait and ______________________.
What does “PC” stand for?
What key do you press if you want to indent text?
What do you call a program that destroys or harms data on the computer?
At the top right of your screen, there are three icons. Which icon do you click to have your window stay open, yet it is not displayed on the screen?
What does a word in Italics look like?
The _____________ bar is located at the bottom of your screen and it has the Start Button on the left and the time on the right.
To make a list using little symbols instead of numbers, you would use the ________ feature.
What Microsoft Application program do you use for presentations?
What is a two-headed arrow used to do?
In Microsoft PowerPoint, when looking for another word that means the same thing, you could use the ____________ feature.
To reverse the action you have just completed, what do you perform?
What is a four-headed arrow used to do?
What is the term that describes settings that are automatically on the computer?
In Microsoft Word and PowerPoint, what does it mean when you see a red squiggly line under a word?
In Microsoft Office, pressing “CTRL + C” and then pressing “CTRL + V” will perform what actions?
When working on a computer project, it is highly recommended to ____________ every fifteen minutes.
In most word-processing programs, what key will bring you to the next line at the left margin?
The __________ is the blinking line in many programs that lets you know your insertion point?
If you want to capitalize the letter “J”, you should press the ___________ key + J.
What are the “brains of the computer”?
What is the world’s largest network?
Which of the following are examples of memory storage devices?
Google and Bing are examples of _________.
A way to duplicate your files in case you have computer problems is called ____________.
Which of the following are examples of input devices?
What is the term for the parts of the computer you can see and touch?
Who is a person who tries to electronically break into another computer user’s information?
On school computers, Windows is one of these:
The ____________ feature lets you see your document in smaller or larger sizes.
Improper typing habits can lead to this medical condition.
What does “PC” stand for?
What key do you press if you want to indent text?
What do you call a program that destroys or harms data on the computer?
At the top right of your screen, there are three icons. Which icon do you click to have your window stay open, yet it is not displayed on the screen?
What is spam?
The _____________ bar is located at the bottom of your screen and it has the Start Button on the left and the time on the right.
What are the words or designs that move around the screen to help the monitor so that it doesn’t get embedded images?
What Microsoft Application program do you use for word processing?
What is a two-headed arrow used to do?
In Microsoft Word, when looking for another word that means the same thing, you could use the ____________ feature.
When you enter the classroom, you press CTRL + Alt + Del and you have to type in your Student ID# and Password. What is this process called?
What is a four-headed arrow used to do?
What is the term that describes settings that are automatically on the computer?
In Microsoft Word, what does it mean when you see a red squiggly line under a word?
In Microsoft Office, pressing “CTRL + C” and then pressing “CTRL + V” will perform what actions?
When working on a computer project, it is highly recommended to ____________ every fifteen minutes.
Wisconsin Senator who created many reforms
Wrote a book about the importance of a strong Navy
Favored immediate equality for African Americans
Gave settlers 160 acre plots of land in the West
Author of "A Century of Dishonor"
Marked the end of the Indian Wars
Roosevelt's volunteer Cavalry Unit
Ended the Spoils System
Year of the Mexican War
Harding Administration Scandal
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A small amount of acid is added to a buffer solution. The pH of the solution will
An acid can be defined as
Sodium Hydroxide, NaOH, can be classified as a base because in a chemical reaction, it will
What is the pH of distilled (pure) water?
In a neutralization reaction
Hydrochloric acid is an example of a(n)
Lemon juice is an example of a(n)
KOH is an example of a(n)
HI is an example of a(n)
Barium hydroxide is an example of a(n)
Soap is an example of a(n)
Water is an example of a(n)
Magnesium hydroxide is an example of a(n)
Al(OH)3 is an example of a(n)
HSO4 is an example of a(n)
Smile dimples are controlled by a dominant allele on a single gene. Whitney has smile dimples, but her husband Alberto and son Pedro do not. What is the chance that Whitney and Alberto’s next child will have smile dimples? Draw a Punnett square to sh
Although Janele’s blood is normal, her brother Randy has sickle-cell disease. Janele is worried about having a child with the disease. Janele just found out that her husband Terence has one allele for sickle-cell disease. As their genetic counselor,
Janice’s mother has type AB blood, and her father has type O blood. What blood type(s) could Janice have? Draw a Punnett square to explain your answer.
What is cystic fibrosis, and what causes it?
Why is genetic engineering sometimes called gene splicing
Is the pedigree shown on your study guide consistent with the pattern you might expect for a sex-linked trait controlled by a recessive allele? Explain your answer.
Using the pedigree on your study guide, # 12 could have inherited the trait, but by chance he did not. Explain why males 5 and 13 could not have inherited the trait.
Why can a karyotype detect Down syndrome but not hemophilia?
Explain how bacteria can be genetically engineered to produce a human protein such as insulin.
Why can’t a male be a carrier of colorblindness?
When both parties to a contract are minors, neither of them may disaf¬firm the contract.
A minor’s right to disaffirm a contract terminates sixty days after the contract’s date.
Contractual capacity includes the financial ability to pay for the benefits of a contract.
The age of majority in most states is eighteen years.
All contracts between adults and minors are void.
A minor may disaffirm a contract only if the subject matter is illegal.
A contract is void if one of the parties was intoxicated at the time of its formation.
A contract to do something that is prohibited by statutory law is void.
A contract to commit a crime is a contract and therefore enforceable.
In an employment contract, a covenant not to compete can be enforceable.
The lack of an opportunity to read a contract may be unconscionable.
If an illegal contract is executory, either party can enforce it.
Portions of a divisible contract may be enforced.
Dante enters into a contract with Rosalinda, who does not have contractual ca¬pacity. Dante can enforce the contract if Rosalinda
Olga, a minor, signs a contract to buy a computer from Phil, the owner of Quality Computer Store. Olga’s right to disaffirm the contract
Jenna, a minor acting on her own, signs a contract to buy a horse and its tack from Field Equine Ranch. Later, after taking possession of the horse and tack, Jenna disaffirms the deal. She
Jacquie suffers from severe depression and often times cannot make sound decisions based on her mental state. Jacquie enters into a contract during a lucid state of mind which grants her clarity. This contract is…
Max, an adult, enters into a transaction with Miller Trucking. Later evidence shows the Miller Trucking charged a rate three times the usual rate. This contract could fall into what category?
On Tim’s eighteenth birthday, he decides that he no longer wants to keep a car he bought from Woody’s Autos, Inc., when he was seventeen. His right to disaffirm the deal will depend on
Intoxicated but fully aware of the consequences, Uri agrees to a two-year cell-phone service contract with Wander Talk, Inc., at more than the average market price. This contract is
Fay is mentally incompetent but has not been so adjudged by a court. Any contract Fay enters into is
Fernando obtains a consumer loan from Greater Regional Credit Union at an interest rate that exceeds the state’s maximum. Greater Regional has
Brasilia, a real estate broker licensed only in Connecticut, con¬cludes a land sale in Delaware. She can
Cross-Country Trucking Company contracts with Baldwin to transport crated goods to a certain destination for $5,000. Cross-Country delivers the crates, but Baldwin does not pay. Cross-Country learns that the crates contained stolen goods. Cross-Count
Segmentation is a default strategy because it reflects the understanding that differences exist among consumers in the marketplace.
The good and bad news of market segmentation is that there is no single recipe or formula for segmenting audiences.
The task of breaking through an environment of intense competition for consumers' discretionary incomes decreases the importance of identifying relevant customer segments.
Consumer behavior is driven by motivation to receive certain benefits or outcomes from a product or service.
While it is tempting for marketers to focus on the heavy users of a product, it is important to target at least some marketing efforts at non-users, light users, and moderate users.
Communication with audience segments can be more effective when it is linked to their interests or lifestyles.
Eric, a marketer with the San Antonio Spurs, has contacted a large manufacturer about sponsoring the team. Since it would be a multimillion dollar sponsorship, Eric will most likely have to convince several people about the benefits of the arrangemen
In evaluating a B2B buying decision, a company will likely compare the outcome to objectives that were established prior to the purchase.
In segmenting business markets, industry or category membership refers to the line of business in which a firm operates.
Segmenting audiences to market experiential events is based on the realization that their engagement can strengthen commitment of existing customers and escalate commitment of new customers.
Because of the nature of sports, it is difficult to describe a sport's audience in terms of demographic characteristics.
Social networking sites are an attractive medium for sports properties because of their ability to reach teens and young adults.
Market segmentation is considered all of the following except
Recognizing market segmentation as a(n) ________ means that organizations are capable of modifying their targeting strategy as changes in the market are observed.
Which of the following questions is least useful when segmenting consumer audiences?
Demographic characteristics of a market segment include the following except
Socioeconomic characteristics of a market segment include the following except
Sociodemographic characteristics are used to describe market segments for the following reasons except
Through research of users, Kyle found that one target market for his sports property was primarily males in the 30-50 age group with children in their teens or out of the home already. These descriptors would be classified as
Through research of users, Becky found that 70% of season ticket holders lived within 30 miles of the stadium and 40% lived within three different counties. These descriptors would best be classified as
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