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Through research of users, Zach found that 65% of season ticket holders had household incomes of $100,000 or more and had a college degree. These descriptors would be classified as
Michelle is designing an advertisement for a sports brand. The segment she wants to target views sports as meeting social needs. She should most likely feature any of the following in her ad except
Kevin enjoys playing tennis and racquetball. He also has an interest in camping and hiking. These characteristics of Kevin are classified as
Psychographic variables classify individuals using the following except
Usage rate segmentation is rooted in the concept of the 80/20 rule, which suggests that
Business-to-business customers for sports properties include the following except
A solution having H+ ions as the only positive ions in solution.
solution with a pH of 7
A solution with more hydrogen ions than hydroxide ions.
A solution with OH- ions as the only negative ions in solution.
A solution with pH between 1 and 6
A solution with pH between 8 and 14
proton donor
proton acceptor
substances that feel slippery
equal amounts of hydrogen and hydroxide ions
What is the least likely purchase motivation in a B2B market?
Alex is marketing sponsorships that begin at $20 million for a 4-year period. Because of the cost he wants to target firms with at least 10,000 employees. This type of B2B segmentation is based on
Kelsey is looking for business partners for the sports property she manages located in Jacksonville, Florida. She wants to locate businesses within a 50 mile radius of Jacksonville. This type of B2B segmentation is based on
Tom received 4 tickets from his boss to the Dallas Cowboys football game for the excellent work he performed on a contract bid for a local Dallas business. This is an example of a B2B sports consumption decision based on
Victoria has played tennis since she was 9 years old. When an opportunity came to sponsor the local college tennis team, Victoria immediately signed the company up for the sponsorship. Out of the 40 employees in the company, only one employee other t
Jordan usually attends one or two basketball games a year. He received a phone call from the Minnesota Timberwolves offering him a 35% discount if he purchased a season ticket or a 20% discount on a 20-game package. This is an example of the Timberwo
The St. Louis Cardinals baseball team decided to market sponsorship opportunities to states outside of Missouri where the team is located. This is an example of the Cardinals using a segmentation approach of
80% of consumers
High-end users
Psychographics
Which of the following is another name for the alimentary canal?
Which of the following is NOT an alimentary canal organ?
Which of the following is NOT an accessory organ to the digestive system?
The fleshy fingerlike projection of the soft palate is known as the
Which of the following is NOT a section of the pharynx?
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This was the primary method used by the US to pay for WWI
The Zimmerman Note encouraged what country to attack the US?
This Supreme Court decision made Segragation legal in the US
Progressives believed that democracy and rights were threatened by....
The US Policy designed to open China as a trade market was known as
These are all 'robber barons' EXCEPT:
Name the union that accepted ALL types of Workers
The Interstate Commerce Act was created to
Farmers formed this organization in 1867 to unite against difficult conditions
This Amendment gave citizenship to African Americans
Leader of Tammany Hall
Single bloodiest day of the Civil War
Proved the strength of the new Constitution
Jackson pursued all of these policies EXCEPT
Seneca Falls relates to:
Favored strong central government, pro-industry, pro-England
Party formed to oppose Jackson
KY and VA Resolutions were an early example of this idea
Impressment and support of hostile Indians were main causes of this conflict
The invention of the Cotton Gin resulted in:
There is a bicycle stopped at the top of the hill
Which of the following will have high potentail energy
A greenhouse, used to grow plants by trapping sunlight, utilizes what type of heat transfer
Boiling water is what type of heat transfer
If you have ice in water
Longitudinal waves
Light Waves
Sound Waves
The Doppler Effect is caused by
Light can be in the form of both
If light traves from a less dense medium, like air, to a more dense medium, like water
As you go from left to right on the EM spectrum
The highest energy Electromagnetic wave region is
Two ways to increase the energy of a wave is to
ROYGBIV
How can you give an object a positive charge?
Conductors vs. Insulators
Parallel circuits
Electromagnets
Permantent Magnets
The function of protein is to help the body
Examples of protein foods would be
Fats
Examples of carbohydrate foods would be
Vitamin D helps the body
Vitamin C
Folic Acid a member of the Vitamin B group
A deficiency of Vitamin D will result in the body developing
A deficiency of Iron will result in the body developing
A deficiency of Calcium will result in the body developing
How much work is done when a very large force is applied to an object but does not move the object?
Which of these is the unit of measure for work?
What is the correct formula for work?
Which of the following is NOT an example of work?
What is the work done on a 34-N weight if it's lifted up 1 km?
A model rocket weighing 4.9 N launches from a pad. How much work does the little rocket engine do in the first 4 meters?
A 100 N force is applied to a plow by the horse pulling the plow. How much work does it take for the force to pull the plow 100 meters in 5 minutes?
What is the unit of measurement for power?
What is the correct formula for power?
A model rocket weighing 4.9 N launches from a pad. How much work does the little rocket engine do in the first 4 meters?
How much power would be required to lift a 10-N box 2 meters?
If a weight took 180 J to move 3 meters in 10 seconds, how much power did it take?
What are the units for power, work, and force?
What unit defines a watt?
A weightlifter does 450 J or work on a barbell in 3 s. How much power is the weightlifter generating?
Which of the following sets of measurements could be used to calculate power?
How will the amount of power change if less work is done in more time?
How will the amount of power change if more work is done in the same amount of time?
Pedro is building a motor. He wants it to be more powerful. Which would help him increase the power?
How would it be possible for Mike to do more work than Shantel while being less powerful than she is?
Which of these planets is the largest?
The tides on Earth are caused by.....
Which of these explains why a planet changes position in the sky relative to the stars?
What is the main advantage of using a model to explain features of the solar system?
If the northern hemisphere is tilted towards the sun what is the best solution?
How long does earth take orbit once around the sun?
How long does it take the moon to orbit the earth on average?
How long does it take the earth to rotate once its axis?
What causes the moon phases?
What happens during a total eclipse?
I _________ like English. I think French is more fun.
She _________ go to the theater yesterday.
We _______ doing our homework right now.
They ___________ been to California many times.
I __________ do my homework tomorrow.
My stepmother ___________ like to dance.
________ you like to play basketball?
_________ he going to the party tomorrow night?
What ________ you doing right now?
________ you finished the activity?
Dark or poorly lit, Feeling depressed or pessimistic
Chaotic, wild or distraught with fear and anxiety
Calm, peaceful, and untroubled;
To feel respect, warmth, or approval towards
No emotion, feelings, or bias
Frightening strange, or unexpected as to send a chill up the spine
Showing support or sharing the feelings of others (especially feelings of sorrow or anguish)
Expecting the worst or a negative outcome
Expecting the best or a positive outcome
angered at something unjust or wrong;
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Cuban people are unhappy a young lawyer named _____ _______ begins a revolutionary movement to overthrow the govt. of Dictator Fulgencio Batista.
Cuba’s new dictator believed that a ___________________ style of government would work best for Cuba.
The Bay of Pigs incident was
The Cuban missile crisis threatened American leaders to act against what communist power?
Today Cuba has a ____________economic standing
The official type of government of Brazil is
The official type of government in Mexico is
The official type of government of Cube is
The type of citizen participation in Brazil is
The type of citizen participation in Mexico is
The type of citizen participation in Cuba is
The distribution of power in Brazil is
The distribution of power in Mexico is
The distribution of power in Cuba is
What did the Europeans bring with them to the Americas that devastated the local people?
What is 'shirt'?
guantes
What is boots in Spanish?
I wear a blur dress
How would you say HAT in Spanish?
Como se dice 'Winter clothes'
Como se dice 'I wear coat and sueter in winter'?
Como se dice 'Tennins Shoes'
I wear shorts and Tshirt in summer
What of the following words is not a winter clothe?
a+b=b+a is an example of
7+0=7 is an example of
(a+b)+c=a+(b+C) is the
a Xb = bXa is the
a X 1= a is and example of the
(a X b) X c = a X (b X c)
4 X 0= 0 is an example of:
a X (b+c) = (a X b) + (a X c)
a x 0 = a
(4 X 8) + (4 X 3) = 4 X (8+ 3)
Someone who is willing to take risks in order to make a profit is known as an −
•authorized by law to act as a legal person • liability limited to investment • owners share profits
Sharing resources and risks are advantages to a −
In a free enterprise system, a person who starts and runs a new business is −
Robert and Sheila started a computer repair business. Both parties contributed an equal amount of money and are assuming equal risk. What type of business did they form?
A business organization that is solely run by one individual who assumes all risks and earns all of the profits can BEST be described as a −
Reinvesting tax dollars into public goods and services shows one aspect of the government’s involvement in the −
In our economy, individuals (households) do all except −
Businesses most frequently participate in the economic circular flow of resources by −
When the government uses tax dollars to purchase products and/or services from the public, they are participating in what economists consider the −
What would encourage people to save their money in banks?
In a savings and loan bank, who owns the institution?
All are examples of financial institutions except −
Private financial institutions receive deposits and make −
A major advantage of trading with other nations is that −
Both the United States and Virginia pursue worldwide trade to −
The term “Global Economy” can BEST be described as the −
Problem = Lower the cost of production Solution = ?????
What impact has innovation in technology had on the global flow of information, capital, and products?
What impact does the growth of the global economy have on businesses in Virginia?
Ecologists study feeding patterns to learn how energy flows within a(n)
Organisms that use the sun's energy to turn water and carbon dioxide into food molecules are called
A diagram that shows the amount of energy that moves from one feeding level to another in an ecosystem is called a(n)
The process of evaporation, condensation, and precipitation make up the
'Free' nitrogen gas is changed into a usable form of nitrogen in the process called
Wind, water, and living things are three means of
The type of biome that exists in an area is determined by its
The biome which receives less than 25 centimeters of precipitation a year is the
An extremely cold, dry land biome is the
Succession is the series of predictable changes that occur over time in a
A(n) _____ is a carnivore that feeds on the bodies of dead organisms.
Plants, algae, and some microorganisms make food molecules in the process of
The very slow motion of huge blocs of Earth's crust is called
Physical barriers. competition, and climate conditions can limit the _____ of a species
A(n) ____ is a group of ecosystems with similar climates and organisms.
________ break down wastes and dead organisms and return raw materials to the environment.
____ is not recycled in ecosystems.
Species that have been carried into a new location by people are known as ___________.
The study of where organisms live is called _____.
Wolves, foxes, and caribou are typical animals in the __________ biome
The struggle between organisms to survive as they attempt to use the same limited resource.
All the members of one species in a particular area.
The nonliving parts of an ecosystem.
A symbiotic relationship in which both species benefit.
The largest population that an environment can support.
The community of organisms that live in an area, along with their nonliving surroundings.
A group of organisms that are physically similar and can reproduce with each other to produce fertile offspring.
Environmental conditions that prevent populations from increasing.
A symbiotic relationship in which one species benefits and the other species is neither helped nor harmed.
All the different populations that live together in an area.
The living parts of an ecosystem.
Behaviors and physical characteristics of species that allow them to live successfully in their environment.
An interaction in which one organism kills and eats another organism.
If a population is very large or spread out, ecologists use the ____ method to estimate the population size.
All the different species living in an area form a ______.
An organism's specific role in its habitat is called its ____.
Every organism has a variety of ____ that enable it to live successfully in its environment.
Water, sunlight, and oxygen are examples of ____ factors in ecosystems.
Students counted 75 sand crabs in a 5-meter by 3-meter section of a beach. What was the population density of sand crabs in that section?
The entire beach measures 60 meters by 30 meters. Estimate the total population of sand crabs on the entire beach.
Which of the following is NOT a property of an acid?
A girl tasted each of the following foods. Which of the following would NOT taste acidic to her?
A base is defined as a compound that produces
Which of the following is NOT a common property of bases?
The function of a buffer is to
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What do we call the points on a magnet that have opposite magnetic qualities?
Which of the following is NOT the behavior of magnets?
What are groups of atoms in tiny areas found in iron, nickel, and cobalt called (tiny magnets of different sizes in an object)?
Which of the following is NOT a way that a magnet can lose its magnetic properties?
What happens when you cut a magnet in half?
How do you make a metal object such as a nail into a magnet?
Why are some objects magnetic and others are not?
Why does a compass needle move when it is near a wire with an electric current
What is the interaction between electricity and magnetism?
What happens when you move a magnet through a coil of wire?
Which list describes the organization within multicellular organisms from least complex to most complex?
Which of these statements about enzymes is TRUE?
The diffusion of water is also called...
What element is present in all organic compounds?
Which organic compound has a two to one ratio of hydrogen to oxygen?
The cell membrane consists mainly of...
What compounds are joined in order to form proteins?
Unlike carbohydrates and lipids, proteins contain what element?
The exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between the body and the air occurs in the cells of your lungs. What part of the cell is the location of this exchange?
Which best describes carbons ability to form covalent bonds in straight, branched, and ringed chains?
a la mode
retro
desordonne
paresseux/paresseuse
enervante
egoiste
gate
chatain
propre
malpropre
1. Which sentence is complete and written correctly?
Which sentence is complete and written correctly?
Choose the sentence that has correct capitalization and punctuation.
Choose the sentence that has correct capitalization and punctuation.
Which sentence shows the complete subject in parenthesis?
Which sentence shows the complete subject in parenthesis?
Which sentence shows the complete predicate in parenthesis?
Which sentence shows the complete predicate in parenthesis?
Which example is a run-on sentence?
Which example is a run-on sentence?
What is the meaning of "employee"?
What does "professionalism" mean?
What does "turnover" mean?
What is the meaning of "personal hygiene"?
What is another name for "co-worker"?
What does "advancement prospects" mean?
What is the meaning of "dress code"?
What is the meaning of "customer service"?
What does "network" mean?
What does "positive body language" mean?
The 3 domains of development are
Most child psychologists agree that development is most influenced by
John Locke is associated with
Erikson
Theorists associated with behaviorism are
When a study or assessment actually measures what it was intended to measure it is said to have
A method used to avoid observer bias is
When a child is verbally asked a set of questions in order to know what they know or how they feel, it is known as a(n)
The children born in 1982 graduated in the year 2000. A local paper followed the children in a kindergarten class through their 13 years of school. This is an example of
The theorist associated with stages of development throughout childhood is
correspondence
dictation
faxes
supplier
Word processing
memo
inference
retail
real estate
keyboarding
When a person has homozygous genes, it means that they have
A person's genetic make-up is known as their
The observable characteristics of a person are known as their
The gender of a child is determined by
An environmental factor that affects the development of a baby is known as
It is recommended that a pregnant woman
One side effect of heavy smoking during pregnancy is
The transmission of HIV from mother to baby has dropped recently due to
The process of cell division for the gametes is called
Infant mortality rates of the US compared to other industrialized nations ranks
The work of William Shakespeare is perhaps the best example of _____ literature.
The ideas of ____ can be found in the American Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution.
The Rump Parliament was...
Seven percent of the total French population were ______.
James I of England believed in the divine right of kings, which is
The ____ were Protestants in England who were inspired by Calvinist ideas.
What was the Glorious Revolution?
Cardinal Richelieu strengthened the power of the monarchy by
Oliver Cromwell\'s defeat of the king\'s forces allowed him to
Phillip II of Spain was known as the
Militant means....
To solve the religious problem, Henry IV, king of France, issued the Edict of Nantes that recognized
Elizabeth Tudor was the Queen of
Armada means....
Who ordered the invasion of England in 1588?
Inflation means...
The religious zeal that led to the Inquisition and the hunt for heretics was extended to concern...
Who were usually the ones most often accused of witchcraft?
The Thirty Years' War was fought primarily in
The Thirty Years' War started as a struggle between Catholic forces, led by the Hapsburg Holy Roman emperors,
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What happens to pebbles as they get farther from the source of weathering, like a river or glacier?
How does the warm Gulf Stream Current in the Atlantic Ocean flow?
Moss growing on a rock wall secretes acid that breaks up the rock and causes it to crumble.. This is an example of:
A layer of igneous rock that cuts across parallel layers of sedimentary rock is known as a/an:
A cold front passing through an area that was warm and wet would bring what kind of weather?
How did the civil war start?
Which of the following was NOT an advantage for the North?
What were the war strategies of the two sides?
Why was a soldier more likely to die from disease than from battle?
How did rifles and minie balls change fighting?
What is a border state
Why did the Civil War start?
Why did the North use a blockade?
Who was the President of the Confederate States of America?
Why was Virginia's succession so bad for the North?
Why do animals find shelter?
Land animals take in oxygen through what?
A living thing that doesn't make its own food is a(n) __________.
Animals use oxygen to get _______ from food.
What is it called when an organism moves some place warmer in response to cold weather?
What is is called when an organism rest or sleeps through the cold winter?
Water animals breath through what?
Inner needs send signals to the _____________ which makes an organism respond.
Animals get food by eating _______ or _____ or both.
Animals need what gas in the air to live?
Water is lost from the bodies in forms of ____ and _______.
Living things get what from their food?
Putting on a jacket in cold weather is a response to a change in the ________.
Water helps animals in every way EXCEPT ___________.
What is Yersins Pestis?
What percentage of people died from the Pneumonic Plague?
What part of the body does pneumonic plague attack?
What percentage of people died that got septicaemic plague?
Who gave the advice to sleep during the day to avoid the plague?
Which group of people believed the body was filled with four humors that needed to be balanced?
Which of the following did doctors try in order to cure the plague?
What group of people hit themselves in the hope that God would spare them from the plague?
What was one of the economic consequences of the plague?
Which of the following was a social consequence of the plague?
Area where both sides have agreed to cease fire and to not occupy with any of their military
Nations choose their own path
State control of production to create equality in society/ class struggle between groups without power and groups controlling production
a political system in which the government owns all the property and dominates all aspects of life in a country
an economic and political system in which a country's trade and industry are controlled by private owners for profit, rather than by the state
mass murder of a group of people
payments for war damage
a style of fighting in which each side fights from deep ditches, or trenches, dug into the ground
the spreading of ideas to promote a cause or to damage an opposing cause (biased ideas)
Politically motivated murder
Neither side is winning; essentially a draw
Group of nations, territories, or people ruled by a single authority
Pride in one’s country.
the domination by one country of the political, economic, or cultural life of another country or region
agreement between countries to help each other out in time of need
Dependence on military strength to obtain political objectives
This culture main city was Tenotitchilan modern day Mexico city.
This culture had many enemies in its region because of their ability and desire to wage war.
This culture is most well known for their stonework construction
This culture used Chinampas as a method to grow crops.
This culture’s greatest cities were built high in the Andes Mountains.
This culture explored and conquered the Americas, armed with advanced technology, horses and diseases.
Atahualpa was this civilization’s last king before they fell to the Spanish.
Lead by Hernan Cortez this group conquered the mighty Aztecs.
This culture used a technique called terracing as their method of agriculture.
This culture used slash and burn farming as their method of agriculture.
This culture came to an end when its population disappeared from the highly populated cities for no reason.
This civilization converted many of the natives that they conquered to Christianity.This religious transition has had a lasting impact on the region
Which of the following best describes the Columbian Exchange
The increasing demand for crops and natural resources from the Americas led to a rise in what?
Which of the following ideas traveled from Europe to the Americas
Toussaint L’ouverture was born a slave in Saint Domingue (Haiti).
Miguel Hidalgo Was used as a propaganda symbol to encourage the Mexican freedom fighters
Miguel Hidalgo was a Catholic priest who called for Mexico’s independence in one of his sermons.
Toussaint L’ouverture learned to read and write, which was unusual for a slave.
Toussaint L’ouverture inspired the people of St. Domingue they kept fighting gained full independence in 1804 and the name of the island was changed to Haiti
in a command economy, how is it determined what goods and services will be produced
which nations economy could be considered command
the north korea gov controls every aspect
which nation is best example of mixed
changes in chinas economy...
its the worlds second largest econ
one of only few commands still left
gov owns all
which definition is best for market
one country is more market and other is more closed, both powerful militaries
why is system of currency exchange needed?
a tariff is tax on
an import quote is a
during war which is used
why tariff or quota?
which nation has lowest lit rate?
which statement is true?
a problem with japans economy is
why does japan have low growth?
why does india rank at the bottom?
Simon Bolivar Fought Spain to win independence and became president of Gran Columbia.
Simon Bolivar was known as “The Liberator” “George Washington of South America”
Miguel Hidalgo Led a small poorly equipped army, that was easily defeated by govt. soldiers
What country ruled over Cuba before it became independent
Cuba becomes allied with the greatest enemy of the US after the revolution, that enemy was ______________.
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The Thirty Years' War was mostly fought on
The Peace of Westphalia officially ended the Thiry Years' War. Countries gained new territories and ____ emerged as the dominanant nation in Europe.
The Peace of Westphalia stated that all German states could
The Peace of Westphalia brought an end to
What changed the face of war during the seventeenth century?
Why did many Puritans go to America?
The two sides during the English civil war in 1642 were
Oliver Cromwell, a military genius, purged Parliament of any members who had not supported him, and had Charles I
The Rump Parliment abolished the monarchy and the House of Lords and declard England a ________, or republic.
Cromwell found it difficult to work with the Rump Paliament, dispersed it by force, and set up a...
After Cromwell's death, the English Parliament restored the monarchy with...
With the death of Charles I, James II became king and was _____, making religion once more a cause of conlict between king and Parliament.
For fear that the son born to James and his second wife would become the next king of England, a group of English noblemen...
William and Mary's arrival is called the ______________ because James, his wife, and son, fled to france and there was almost no bloodshed.
The Bill of Rights, accepted by William and Mary, set forth Parliament's right to...
The Bill of Rights laid the foundaiton for a limited, or constitutional, ______.
The Toleration Act of 1689 granted Puritans, but not Catholics, the right of free______.
By deposing on king and establishg another, Parliament had destroyed the...
The system in which a ruler holds total power is called ________.
Louis the XIV fostered the myth of himself as the...
According to Thomas Hobbes, human life was brutish, nasty, and short so _____ was needed to preserve order in society.
John Locke wrote, _________, and argued against the absolute rule of one person.
John Locke believed that humans had certain _______ that they were born with.
According to John Locke, life, liberty, and property were...
According to John Locke, if a government broke the contract to protect the rights of the people, the people might form a...
In his paintings, _______ used elongated and contrted figures, portraying them in unusual shades of yellow and green against a gray background.
Peter the great was
Versilles is a...
When Louis XIV died, he left France with...
The Russian word for caesar is...
Perception is
An example of classical conditioning is
An example of operant conditioning is
Following minor surgery, newborns have the neurological capacity to
Parentese is
Calling all vehicles with wheels a car
Helping a child learn a new skill by demonstrating and then slowly having child do more and more steps alone is
Piaget's first stage which emphasizes learning through actions and senses is known as
Infants learn skills
Performing a task they observed after a period of delay is known as
fighter who uses hit and run tactics
this plan called for a strong national government
idea that no one could be held in prison without first being charged with a crime
government in which citizens rule themselves through elected representatives
settlement in which each side gives up some of its demends in order to reach an agreement
the first 10 amendments to our constitution
final battle of the Revolution
1776 New Jersey battle
essays written by Madison, Hamilton and Jay The Federalist
introduction to a declarartion
site of a major British victory in the French and Indian War
early skirmishes of the Revolutionary War
group of people with the power to make laws
law fordidding settlement west of the Appalachian Mountains Proclamation of
series of laws passed in 1774 to punish Boston for the Tea Party Intolerable
meeting of delegates from the 12 colonies in Philadelphia First
religious movement in the 1730s and 1740s Great
name given to the burning of Jamestown Bacon's
private teacher
upper class
According to The Greatest of These is Charity, charity is
The moral lesson of The Parable of the Prodigal Son is
Which of the following items is the BEST definition of parable?
In The Parable of the Prodigal Son, why is the younger son called prodigal?
The overall message of To Every Thing There is a Season is
Which of the following passages is an example of parallel structure?
Which poetic device is NOT used in Psalm 23?
Why is the portrayal of the Lord in Psalm 23 as a shepherd comforting to the speaker?
What is the final lesson in The Lost Horse?
In Information and Knowledge, Saadi's message is that information becomes true knowledge through
In The Tiger, The Brahman, and the Jackal, how does the jackal get the Brahman to take him back to the cage?
Which of the following is NOT characteristic of The Tiger, the Brahman, and the Jackal?
In The Thief Who Became a Disciple, Shichiri tells the thief
Which is a theme expressed by the Chorus (Choragos) in his final lines of Antigone?
In Antigone, the fact that Teiresias is blind yet has greater vision than those who are sighted is
During the scene with his father in the play Antigone, Haemon changes
In the play Antigone, Creon's growing irrationality and abuse of power are shown by his
What fundamental principle does Antigone proclaim in her confrontation with Creon?
In Antigone, Creon declares that anarchists (people who try to overthrow a government) are behind the burial of Paul. What dramatic irony lies in that declaration?
How does Ismene serve as a foil (contrast) to Antigone?
The foundation for a constitutional monarchy in England was laid by the
The ____ granted Puritans, but not Catholics, the right of public worship.
____ sought to increase the wealth and power of France by following the ideas of mercantilitsm.
Saint Peter's Basilica in Rome is an example of the work of
The Edict of Nantes recognized Catholicism as the official religion of France, and
The house of ____ ruled the southern french kingdom of Navarre.
The style of painting known as ____ is known for its use of dramitc effects to arouse the emotions.
Louis XIV maintaainted ccomplete authority as monarch by
The Thirty Years' War involved all the majoy European powers except which nation?
_______ became the first ruler to take the title of czar.
Which of the following is an Input Device?
Which of the following is an Output Device?
What is a CPU?
Which of the following describes the three step information process?
What is computer hardware?
Which of the following is a storage device?
What is RAM
What is computer software?
What is an Icon?
What is ROM?
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If x = 3 and y = 2, what is the value of 12x - 7y?
Solve (2x - 2) - (6x + 3).
Simplify 7x - 6 - 3x + 5
Solve 2/3 = -16
What is the reciprocal of 1/4?
Why are people so excited at political conventions?
They United States Constitution was written in what year?
Changes made to the United States Constitution are called what?
There have been ________ changes to the United States Constitution.
The United States Government is known as a what?
Another term for a representative Democracy is what?
A federal system is…
This branch of government abolishes and changes laws.
This branch of government enforces the laws.
This branch of government interprets laws.
The Constitution put in place ________ and ________ to make sure no branch became too powerful.
When congress makes a new law, who signs it into effect?
Who has the right to say that the law signed into effect by the president is unlawful or invalid?
True or False? The United States government plays a very large role in the operation of business.
True or False? In the United States, individuals and companies own most of the resources, equipment, and factories.
True or False? The U.S. economy produces on average less goods and services than most other countries in the world.
78% of the money earned in the U.S. comes from businesses that do not provide products. What are these industries called?
Which accounts for only one percent of the U.S. Economy?
In a global economy companies operate…
Multinational corporations build their factories in areas where…
Colonial government in which local elites are removed and a new set of leaders are brought in called;
The United States used dollar diplomacy to
European nations began to search for new overseas colonies after 1800 to;
In the early 1900’s, U.S. military forces were sent to Latin America countries to
The United States proposed the Open Door policy toward China to;
Under the Qing dynasty’s self-strengthening policy, China;
Why did Japan decide Otto pursue imperialist policies?
To improve their balance of trade with China, the British sold ____ to the Chinese.
After the Boxer Rebellion, the Chinese government was forced to;
Although the Meiji Constitution gave most authority to the executive branch, in practice most of the power resided with;
What did Western nations hope to gain by establishing new colonies after 1880?
How was imperialism (the extension of a nation’s power over other lands) of the late nineteenth century different than early nineteenth century imperialism?
Boxer Rebellion
Open Door Policy
spheres of influence
Tai Ping Rebellion
indigenous
protectorate
annexed
racism
Define clairvoyant
Define conformist
define fortuitous
Define inevitable
Define parched
Define reclusive
Define spontaneity
Define wary
Define superfluous
Define novice
Darwin says that natural selection is
According to Darwin, evolution occurs
Darwin’s theory of evolution proposed
“Survival of the fittest” is another way of describing
Which scientist explained evolution by natural variation and natural selection?
The process by which individuals in a population that are best adapted to the environment pass their traits to their offspring is
Which of the following statements is true?
The evolution of beak sizes in Galapagos finches is a response to
Which must be in place within a population in order for the theory of evolution to hold true?
According to natural selection, which of the following results would be considered a beneficial mutation to an organism?
Which is a conclusion drawn from the observed DNA similarities found between apes and chimpanzees?
A mutation occurs in a species of bird that eats seeds. The new mutation shapes the end of the beak in a new way that allows the birds to crack open seeds faster. What will most likely occur with the mutation over time?
Black grasshoppers thrive in the wild, while green grasshoppers grow in limited numbers in the wild and thrive near cultivated land. The two species are eaten by the same predators and compete for the same food source. As more land is converted to fa
Which characteristics of a population would most likely indicate the lowest potential for evolutionary change in the population?
A species of flower lives in an environment that has always had an abundance of rain but is now experiencing less rainfall each year. Which variation within the flower population would be beneficial in terms of natural selection?
Which best illustrates the relationship between variations within a population and natural selection?
How might the fossil record show that an organism changed over time?
What assumption is made during the relative dating of fossils?
All of the following are natural causes of extinction, except--
Relative dating of fossils is different from radioactive dating of fossils because relative dating
One who is intolerant of differences in others.
To erase or eliminate.
Outspoken; blunt
Special words or phrases used by a specific group of people.
Careless neglect, often resulting in injury.
To calm; to make satisfied.
Harsh sounding; grating
Complete disorder
To enlarge; to increase in amount or intensity
Extreme, chauvinistic patriotism, often favoring an aggressive warlike foreign policy.
Extreme hatred or ill will.
Unrelenting; unavoidable
To praise highly.
Merciful; lenient
A worn-out idea or overused expression.
Unyielding; firm in opinion.
Lacking in self-confidence; shy.
A creative work; especially a numbered composition.
Professed but not necessarily true.
Inequality; difference
Which of the following types of rock would you most likely form fossils:
copper and most metallic ores are found at what type of boundaries?
The terrestrial planets are mostly composed of rocks and metals because they:
Describe the weather on the windward side of a moutain:
Which of the following areas would produce the most rich topsoil?
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Describe a Shield volcano.
Which type of volcano is the most destructive?
Which volcano is BIGGER!!
If a wood chuck could chuck wood could he make it away from a pyroclastic flow.
Where is the center of the Ring of Fire.
What kills a human in an volcano eruption?
Is ash dense.
How is an eruption good for the land around it?
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What is the name of the supercontinent.
What is the name of the plate under europe
Where are the most volcaonoes located.
What is the name of the place above the focus of an earthquake.
this form fo mass wasting is the slowest kind and sometimes only moves 10 cm
what is another name for a compostite volcanoe.
Which of these is NOT an effect of ash.
True or false magma with low viscosity is thick.
Does magma run down a volcano
what is the yellow mineral sometimes found in the gases fo a volcanoe.
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8 & 4/10
6 & 5/7
3 & 6/9
6 6/8
9 4/7
2 1/4
4 7/10
5 3/7
gina and 4 friends had 45 marbles. how many marbles does each girl get if you give each girl the same number
Which of these are a benefit of greenhouse gases?
Methane gases come from?
Carbon Dioxide comes from?
Which of the following is not caused by global warming?
Why is global warming related to an increase in malaria cases in Africa?
Positive feedback increases global warming through...
Which of the following is NOT a national / international strategy for solving global warming?
Which of the following is not a benefit?
How are global warming trends mainly measured throughout time?
Skeptics of global warming often argue that we are over reacting because..
the moon has holes or dents in it\'s surface called what?
the sun is a what
the sun is not very old.true or false
people use a special device to look into space. what is it called
who invented the thing we look into space with?
what planet is 3rd in order
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List a physical property of a bicycle.
What is a model?
Name a chemical property of a car.
What is a chemical reaction?
What is technology?
A molecule that consists of two or more different elements is:
What is the difference between a chemical and a physical reaction?
Why does wood float, but a brick sinks?
How can people\'s choices affect how mater is used?
The measure of how compact matter is:
Any push of pull is called
An unseen force that pulls objects towards the center of Earth.
An unseen force that pushes on an object in the opposite direction that the object is moving in.
An unseen force that opposes motion and slows things down.
Forces that are equal in size but opposite in direction.
Forces that result in a change in velocity (speed and/or direction) of the object.
The property of matter to resist any change in velocity.
Gravity depends upon the mass of an object and...
Inertia depends on how much ____________ an object has.
One way to decrease friction is to ......
law prividing religious toleration of all Chistians Act of
soldier who fights for pay
this person worked for a master to learn a craft or trade
soemone who betrays their country
shutting of a port to keep people or supplies from moving in or out
the top of society
army of citizens who serve as soldiers during an emergency
clever hardworking northerners were called this
Pennsylvania religious group
holy day of rest
Another name for employee is…
What are the ABCs of professionalism?
How do employees show their professionalism?
To whom does professionalism apply?
How will co-workers & customers feel if people behave professionally?
A worker is another name for …
How will the company you work for benefit if you behave professionally?
An attitude, state of mind & a partial reason how you work is the meaning of…
Who must be professional while on the job?
The movement of people in & out of a job is…
Plant Eaters
Consumes wates and dead organisms
A consumer captured and eaten by another consumer
Use the Sun to make energy-rich molecules
Animals who eat other animals
Eat plants and other animals
Consumers who capture and eat other consumers
Eat producers
Where something lives
Niche
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Which particles have approximately the same size and mass as each other?
Which two particles would be attracted to each other?
The atomic number of an atom is:
Changing the number of neutrons of an atom changes its:
When you change the number of electrons on an atom, you produce a different:
According to atomic theory, electrons are usually found:
An ion with a -1 charge
Mass number
What is the name of Georgia's legislative Branch?
A ___ is the name given to a piece of legislation that is being considered as a law.
In the Georgia General Assembly, much of the work of the House of Representatives is done in thirty-six standing ______, while the Senate operates twenty-six.
If the governor vetos a bill, what is required for the General Assembly to override the veto?
What is the first step in creating laws in Georgia?
The Georgia General Assembly is made up of
The most important duty of the General Assembly is to
Which position serves as the leader of the Senate in the Georgia General Assembly?
How old do you have to be to serve in the Georgia's Senate?
How old do you have to be to serve in the Georgia's House of Representatives?
The Greek philosopher who first described the atom as being indivisible and indestructible was
Which of the following is NOT part of Dalton's atomic theory?
In the 1800s, Thomson's experiments with the cathode ray tube showed that atoms
In his gold foil experiment, ________________________ discovered that atoms contain a very small, dense, positively charged nucleus.
_______________________'s model was referred to as the plum pudding model because it showed electrons scattered throughout an atom.
In his model, atoms contained a very dense center (which was positively charged) and electrons outside of it.
The scientist who said that electrons are located in set paths (orbits) around the nucleus of the atom was
Schrodinger said that
The first person to discover that atoms are NOT indivisible was
Which of the following places the components in order as they were discovered?
All matter is made of ________________________.
The kinetic theory of matter says that the atoms/molecules that make up matter are
Temperature is the measure of the amount of _______________________ in a system.
Which of the following is NOT a scale used for measuring temperature?
As energy is added to matter, the atoms/molecules making it up will ________________________.
Which of the following is a characteristic of a solid?
Which of the following does NOT describe plasma?
Which state of matter takes the shape of the container in which it is placed?
In which of the following states of matter, is volume determined by the container in which it is placed?
Which state of matter is extremely rare and not found in nature?
The process which changes matter from a solid to liquid is called
Condensation is the process where matter goes from
The process that changes matter from solid to gas is
Evaporation changes matter from
Phase changes may require changes in
About how many known elements are in the periodic table?
Elements in the periodic table are arranged by...
The rows of the periodic table are called:
The scientist credited with devising the first periodic table similar to the one we use today was:
As you move from left to right across the periodic table:
As you move from top to bottom down the periodic table:
Atoms must have:
What does the atomic weight (mass number) of an element represent?
4. How would you determine the number of neutrons in an atom? Show as a formula!
Atomic Number:
Chemical Symbol:
Chemical Name:
Atomic Weight
The groups of the periodic table are called:
Which is an accurate statement about the Scramble for Africa by European imperialist nations during the 1800’s?
After 1880, European nations sought colonies in Africa primarily because the Europeans were
The 19th century term “White Man’s Burden” reflects the idea that
The Sepoy Mutiny in India, the Boxer Rebellion in China, and the Opium War in China were similar in that they
During the 19th century, Europeans were able to divide China in Spheres of Influence mainly because the
The Boxer Rebellion of the early 20th century was an attempt to
British control over South Africa, India, and parts of China are examples of
In the past, European nations have conquered other lands, made them into colonies, and controlled their economies. Which term refers to the situation described in this statement?
During the 1840’s, China signed “unequal treaties” with Western nations mainly because
Throughout the 1800’s, an increased need for both raw materials and new markets for manufactured goods led various European nations to pursue policies of
During the 18th and 19th centuries, increased contact between European and the continents of Africa, Asia, and South America resulted in
The results of the Opium War (1839-1842) indicate that China was
During the 18th and 19th centuries, Europeans improved roads and bridges and built railroads in their colonies primarily to
One result of British colonialism in India was that India
The borders that were established for many African nations during the late 1800’s were based primarily on
What were the economic causes of imperialism?
The Wilmot Proviso was favored by
The formal withdrawal of a state from the Union is known as
The Compromise of 1850 was supported by
One of the most active conductors on the Underground Railroad was
Uncle Tom’s Cabin was written by
Members of the Know-Nothing Party were known for all of the following except their
One of the founders of the Republican Party was
The topic of the Lincoln-Douglas debates was
The Dred Scott decision did all of the following except
The Confederacy included all of the following states except
Banks use savings account deposits to:
Joan wants to open a checking account and wonders if checking accounts pay interest. How would you answer her question?
When a person is reconciling a checking account and notices that the balance in the checkbook does not match the balance on the statement from the bank, which action is it appropriate for the person to take first?
Which type of financial institution usually pays the highest rate of interest on savings account balances?
Who insures your deposits in most Credit Unions and for how much(1 point)
Are check cashing service a good Idea _____, (1 point) Yes or No
Which of the following are Federally insured financial institutions.
Benefits of opening a bank account are many. Bank accounts are safe places to store money, allow various ways to access and use that money, and __________.
What investments are not insured by the FDIC
Which of the following are Discretionary income
Since she deposited cash the money will be available for her to spend __________
Examples of Fixed/Anticipated expenses
What shape results in the VERTICAL cross-section of a cone?
Which sum has a result of -4?
If the measure of angle A s 127 degrees, what is the measure of its supplementary angle?
Which expression is equivalent to 5x - 30?
Simplify (4x - 2) + (3x + 1)
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The practice of personal cleanliness is…
Attitude, Behaviour & Communication are…
A person who works for another person or business for pay is…
The opportunity to be raised to a higher job position is…
What is another name of “colleague”?
The appropriate style of clothing for a specific establishment is…
Attitude, behaviour, communication, customer service & teamwork skills show..
The action of doing work for someone before, during & after a purchase is…
The characteristics of body movement that send positive messages are called…
Making contact with others that may be able to give you advice or help is…
Alliteration
Hyperbole
Irony
Metaphor
Simile
Onomotopoeia
Personification
Symbol
First person narration
Third person narration
art of developing a character
using vivid language to describe something
time and place that a story occurs
the most exciting moment in a story, a turning point
struggle between 2 or more characters in a story
lines in poetry without rhyme
atmosphere or feeling created in a story
the author's message
author's attitude towards his or her subject
rhymed words at the end of lines in poetry
Good Impression
Interviewer
Personal qualifications
Slang
Tone
Extension
Stock Clerk
Available
Advertised
Conversation
Hair color is a(n) ______________, while blonde is a(n) _______________
Is it possible for B+ and A+ parents to have a child that is AB-?
When crossed a black feathered chicken and white feathered chicken produce a baby chick with black and white feathers. This is an example of
Having squarepants is dominant to being roundpants (Ss). Cross a homozygous dominant parent and a heterzygous parent, then select the statement that is NOT correct.
All of the following are true about antigens EXCEPT
Crossing-over results in different combinations of alleles.
All of the following are reasons why it's important human sex cells are haploid EXCEPT
Cases in which one allele is not completely dominant over another.
We cannot apply Mendel’s principles of genetics to humans.
The allele to create a Spirit bear is dominant.
Factors that are passed from parents to offspring.
Brown eyes are dominant to blue. Can 2 blue eyed parents have a brown eyed child.
Which of the following blood types is considered the “universal donor”?
With what type of plants and in what way, did Gregor Mendel complete his experiments.
Blood type is an example of which of the following?
The separation of alleles
Human’s have a haploid number of 46 chromosomes.
The different forms of a gene.
If an organism has a genotype of GG what can we say about it?
Human sex cells are haploid.
The process by which the number of chromosomes within a cell is cut in half.
Identify the phase: Crossing-over occurs; Homologous chromosomes pair up
All of the following are true about meiosis EXCEPT:
Identify the phase: Chromosomes line up along equator, not in homologous pairs
All of the following are true about mitosis EXCEPT:
Identify the phase: Spindle fibers move homologous chromosomes to opposite sides of cell.
A red flower and a white flower are crossed producing all pink flowers; this is an example of which of the following?
In some situations the environment can have an affect on genetics.
An earthworm has a haploid number of 18 chromosomes. What will be its diploid number?
Identify the phase: Nuclear membrane reforms, cytoplasm divides, 4 daughter cells formed
If you double mass, acceleration would
True or False: Whenever one object exerts a force on another object, the 2nd object always exerts a force back on the first object.
Which of the following is the formula used to express Newton's 2nd Law of Motion?
Defined as the force exerted on an object times the time over which that force is applied
A girl pulls on a 10 kg wagon with a constant force of 20 N. What is the wagon's acceleration?
Forces always occur
Which of the following would exert the most pressure on the ground?
Pressure is defined as
If the force acting on a cart doubles, what happens to the cart's acceleration?
True or False: Momentum is a scalar quantity.
When a baseball player follows through with their swing, which of the following is true?
How much force is needed to accelerate a 4.0 kg physics book to an acceleration of 2.0 m/s^2?
When 2 objects collide and they stick together, the collision is said to be
As area increases pressure
Which has more momentum, a large truck moving at 30m/s or a small truck moving at 30 m/s?
A freight train rolls along a track with considerable momentum. If it were to roll at the same speed but had twice as much mass, its momentum would be
A 4.0 kg ball has a momentum of 24.0 kgm/s. What is the ball's speed?
True or false: Impulses are usually smaller when an object is bouncing.
Momentum is defined as an object's
Pressure is measured in
A Plant's leaves are one kind of ________ because they have parts that work together.
All living things need air and water
Both plants and animals can make thier own food.
The main parts of a plant are the roots, stems leaves, and oxygen.
Plants use energy from the soil to make food.
Sugar and oxygen are made in leaves.
Some leaves protect plants fro being eaten y hungry animals.
Leaves help plants in more than one way.
Leaves come in many shapes and sizes. What tool would you use to measure the length of a leave?
Why is a ruler the best tool to measure a the length of a leaf.
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________ led the Fascist movement in Italy with his Black Shirt supporters.
Movement in Russia/Soviet Union led by Stalin and Lenin.
Which type of government didn't allow free speech to its people?
They tried to improve working conditions during the industrial revolution.
In 1904, Japan defeated Russia in the _____-Japanese War to become a world power.
The Open Door Policy set rules for equal colonization in _______.
The Berlin Conference set for the division of __________.
The ______ Rebellion tried to rid China of all foreign influence
The soldiers who fought the British in India were involved in the _______ Rebellion.
The _____________ wanted to rid their country/countries of all European influence
The __________ justified the U.S. getting involved with Cuba during the Spanish-American War.
The explosion on the USS _________ was a cause which led to the Spanish-American War.
Yellow Journalism along with the USS Maine were causes of the Spanish-American War.
The assassination of Austrian Archduke ____________ marked the beginning of WWI.
This marked the beginning of the French Revolution
Napoleon took control of France during the French Revolution after the coup of :
His death marked an end to the absolute monarchy in France
Sharing of a common culture, nationality, religion, etc....
The Napoleonic Wars doubled the size of the _________ Empire.
Who led the movement towards German/Prussian unification?
Agustin Iturbide and Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla led independence movements in
The only successful slave revolt in history was in _______.
The South American independence movements wanted to eliminate the _________ presence.
The _______ industry was the first to industrialize in the 18th century.
The invention of the ______________ ended the need to use water as a power source to operate a factory.
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Which of the following is NOT an example of a personal-business letter?
What is the best format for a personal-business letter?
What are the margins for a personal-business letter?
What part of the letter tells how to contact the writer?
Sincerely is an example of...
Block format means all parts of the letter...
Dear Mrs. Smith is an example of...
Which of the following is NOT a reason references initials are included?
After which two parts of a personal-business letter are there supposed to be quadruple spaces?
What is it called when there is no punctuation after the salutation and complimentary close?
A bridge that crosses a small river was damaged by a flood. After engineers repair the bridge, which engineering procedure should be performed next?
During a solar eclipse, the sun and the moon appear to have exactly the same diameter. Which best explains this phenomena?
Which most likely occurs in a 24-hour period?
When the atmosphere is warmed by the sun, a change in air pressure results in
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