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What was the name of the Greek leader from Macedonia who defeated the Persians
According to the Greek creation myth what was the only thing that existed before the beginning of time?
What supernatural entities existed before the gods in Greek mythology?
What was the name of the Titan who seized power by killing his father, Uranus?
Who led the battle against the Titans and became the most powerful leader of all of the gods in Greek mythology?
What Greek hero was the result of Zeus getting busy with a mortal woman?
Who is attributed with unleashing all of the ills upon mankind, but also hope
What politcal system had its origins in the city-state of Athens?
Greek Geography had a big impact on keeping Greek city-states isolated from each other. Which best describes this?
Which of the following is NOT something shared by all of the different Greek city-states
Which of the following is NOT a military action associated with ancient Greece and/or Persia
The central government holds nearly all of the power. That central government has the power to change the way state or county governments operate or abolish them altogether. This government can enforce laws without concern over juristiction or limits
A system in which the local governments hold all of the power and the central government depends on the local governments for its existence. Examples include the League of Arab States or the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).
A political system in which power is shared among different levels of government, most power belongs to the national government so it can lead state governments. In Southwest Asia, the country of Israel is an example of this form of government.
A government style in which the one ruler has absolute power to do whatever he wishes and makes and enforces whatever laws he chooses. Individuals do not have any rights to choose leaders or influence laws. It may allow minor economic freedoms.
In this form of government, a political party or other small group controls a government and makes all of the major decisions. The people of the country have little choice but to go along with the decisions they make. China has this type government
People play a much greater role in deciding who the rulers are through real elections and what decisions are made in this form of government. The goal is to leave as much individual freedom as possible. Decisions are often made by majority votes.
People elect representatives from different political parties in this government. The head of the government is usually the leader of the political party with the majority of elected delegates. These people make the laws for the nation.
A government in which God is thought of as the true leader of the government, and the country’s religious leaders serve as the political leaders. Iran does have an elected president and legislature but they are less influential than religous leaders.
This style government is very common historically. Routinely it is led by a king who comes from a royal family which has ruled the country for several generations. The king or queen are of royal blood and inherit their position of authority.
A style of government which is commonly linked with a democracy because the people elect representatives. In this style of government the citizens allow representatives in a legislative or executive branch of the government to make the decisions for
Rocks are solid mixtures of
The Mohs scale measures
What is a mineral?
What type of testing would be best to determine if the mineral is gold or if the mineral is Pyrite fools gold'
Rocks are changed to smaller pieces and become soil through weathering. The soil is then moved by wind or water.
What characteristic of minerals is easiest to identify but can be the least reliable?
If you wanted to test to see if a mineral contained iron, what test would you use?
If you were testing for hardness and you are able to scratch the mineral with your finger nail what scale number would make the most sense?
What is the major agent of erosion?
What is not a true statement about volcanoes eruptions
What is the linking verb in the following sentence?: The festival food tasted funny.
What is the linking verb in the following sentence?: Able was a quitter when he gave up because of the rain storm.
What is the action verb in the following sentence?: Barbara tried to sprint the mile, but couldn't because of her hurt ankle.
What is the verb phrase (including the linking verb) in the following sentence?: We will cheer when we win the game.
What is the conjunction in this sentence? Jason wants to meet me at 7 and go to the party.
What is the interjection in this sentence?: Whoa! I did not know that would happen.
What is the interjection in this sentence?: Oh boy! I didn't know what time it was!
What is the preposition in this sentence?: First, I had to go over the river.
What could you add to make this a compound sentence? John got up early
Which of the sentences below is a simple sentence?
Las mochilas
El borrador
La carpeta de argollas
El teclado
La grapadora
Los sacapuntas son...
La pluma es...
Las calculadoras son...
Las mesas son...
El estante es...
Los bolígrafos son...
El cartel es...
Las chicas son...
El reloj es...
Elena y Miguel son...
El escritorio de Señorita Seney es...
¿En la clase de Señorita Seney, cómo son las sillas?
¿En la clase de Señorita Seney, cómo es la puerta?
¿En la clase de Señorita Seney, cómo son las pizarras?
¿En la clase de Señorita Seney, cómo es el archivo?
What does adapt mean?
What does circumstance mean?
What is an external conflict?
Who is the antagonist?
What is a character trait?
characterization
What is the main character in a story called?
The struggle within the main character
modern
not a professional
Having went through many trials
Areas that share one side are:
ready: negative or positive connotation?
secretive: negative or positive connotation?
sallow: negative or positive connotation?
thrifty: negative or positive connotation?
precise: negative or positive connotation?
fussy: negative or positive connotation?
What is the first level of consequence for misbehavior?
What is the second level of consequence for misbehavior?
What is the third level of consequence for misbehavior?
What is the fourth level of consequence for misbehavior?
If you buy a seat change pass, but get an infraction for misbehavior and have your seat moved, can you get a refund?
How much does a pencil cost?
How many Raider Bucks can you earn each day in Mrs. DeWitt's class?
Where can I find out what we're LEARNING for the day?
Where can I find out what we're DOING for the day?
Where can I find out what the homework is for tonight?
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What can a noun NOT be?
Select which noun names more than one
Which sentence has correctly combined naming parts?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which noun has correctly changed spelling?
Which word is a special noun?
Which of the following sentences use a pronoun?
Which sentence is written correctly?
Where would the apostrophe go in the following sentence: I had to clean the two kittens box out today.
Which sentence has an exact noun in it?
She ran out the door so fast I'm amazed her shoes didn't catch on fire.
The clouds look like fluffy white marshmallows today.
That dog is a clown!
I move fast like a cheetah on the Serengeti.
The sky misses the sun at night.
The countryside smells fresh and green with nothing but new mown grass.
The chicken hurled insult after insult at me.
It is going to take a b'zillion years to get through fifth grade.
The morning sky was a blanket of gray fog.
The kid was as welcome as a skunk at a lawn party.
My belly is screaming for food.
My hair is lazy because it does not obey my brush.
Her smile was like soft sunshine.
The sea lashed out in anger at the ships, unwilling to tolerate another battle.
“I’ve told you a million times to clean your room!”
The road was a ribbon of moonlight.
She was an angel dancing around the room.
The hot July sun cast an orange glare over the farm buildings.
He was a shaggy, thick-fellow and his coat was greasy about the lapels and pockets
"Life is like an onion: You peel it off one layer at a time, and sometimes you weep."
Commotion means-
foundered means-
Ruin means-
Inert means-
The message about life that the reader takes away from a work of literature is
True or False- Theme and plot are the same.
True or False- Each reader can read the same piece of literature and identify only one theme.
Universal or recurring themes -
Sometimes you can find the theme in the story by-
Predictions are
A central idea or insight about life that a story reveals is
Universal theme
True/False- The theme of a work is not the same as it's subject
You can find a story's theme by looking at-
beleaguered
ascetic
fanatic
ruse
silhouetted
Remorse
Theme is
First Person Point of view
Third Person Point of View
Omniscient
True/False predicting as you read can help you identify the theme
habitual
intricate
egotism
dismally
simulaneously
Genes are found on
How many chromosomes does a normal human sex cell have
An organism\'s apperance is known as its
____ used plants to study the way traits are passed from parents to offspring.
The trait that seems to recede or hide in the background is a
The process that produces sex cells is called
If you cross a white flower (with the genotype pp) with a purple flower (with the genotype PP), the possible genotypes of the offspring are
The chromosomes in each pair of chromosomes are called
Two forms of the same gene are known as
If you cross two rabbits that have the genotype Bb, how many possible genotypes can be found in the offspring?
The passing of traits from parents to offspring is
When pollen from one flower or plant can fertilize the eggs of the same flower or the eggs of another flower on the same plant, it is said to be
Bacteria reproduce through an asexual process called
Probability is
The trait that always appears is called the
A recessive allele is shown by using a _________________ letter.
Another name for sex cells such as egg and sperm are called __________________.
The sex cell of a woman is called a (an)
Which sex (male or female) determines the sex of a baby?
Males have ______________ and females have _________________.
What activitiy builds your endurance?
We can measure your abdominal strength when you
When you are bendable you are...
When you swim very fast 2 laps of a pool...
When you check your pulse you are feeling for...
We measured your arm strength when you did ...
Agility when you quickly change the direction you are moving. What measures agility?
You are physically fit when
To be flexibile throughout life you need to be able to...
To be Physically Fit we must eat nutritious food and exercise...
Which of the following foods is not a good source of dietary fiber?
Why are carbohydrates the body\'s preferred source of energy?
Meg decided to follow a very high protein diet to lose weight. She was avoiding nearly all carbohydrate foods. What health condition is she most at risk of developing?
Which carbohydrate provides the most bulk to the diet?
Research has indicated that diets high in fiber may reduce the risk of ____.
What form must all carbohydrates be in for cells to use them as an energy source?
What happens to a person's blood glucose level after eating?
Which group in MyPyramid is the best source of foods high in starch?
Nearly all carbohydrates come from plant sources.
A diet that includes too little carbohydrate prevents the body from using proteins to build and maintain cell structures.
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escalar: yo
acampar: tú
perderse: ella
refugiarse: nosotros
impresionar: vosotros
pasarlo bien: ellos
emocionarse: yo
disfrutar: él
vivir: él
aparecer: tú
buscar: yo
jugar: él
ir: ellos
ser:él
empezar: yo
tocar: tú
llegar: yo
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aprender: ella
escribir: nosotros
Name the groups fighting on each side of the French and Indian War.
What was the purpose of fighting the French and Indian War?
Who won the French and Indian War?
The Proclamation of 1763 stated that colonists were no longer able to settle where?
Many colonists thought that the Proclamation of 1763 showed that King George III favored who?
How much of a tax was placed on sugar in 1764?
Why was the Sugar Act created by the British Parliament?
What new phrase did the colonists begin to use after the Sugar Act was imposed?
The Stamp Act put a tax on what items?
How much was a stamp under the Stamp Act?
Who was the person who founded the first Committee of Correspondence?
What was the goal of the first Committees of Correspondence in all the colonies?
What was the goal of the Townshend Acts?
The Townshend Acts placed taxes on what items imported to the colonies from England?
After the Townshend Acts were repealed, or cancelled all taxes were cancelled except on which item?
Who was really to blame for the start of the Boston Massacre?
What was the name of the event where colonist dressed up as Mohawk Indians and dumped crates of tea into the harbor to protest taxes on tea?
What was the first of the Intolerable Acts that the English government passed?
What was the second of the Intolerable Acts that the English government passed?
What was the third of the Intolerable Acts that the English government passed?
A repeating disturbance or vibration that transfers energy from place to place
A repeated back and forth or up and down motion
A material through which waves can travel It can be solid, liquid, or gas.
Require particles of the medium to vibrate in order for energy to be transfered
Sound is an example of this type of wave
These waves can travel through empty space
Light waves are an example of this type of wave
Waves transmit energy but not matter
What do waves carry from one point to another without moving mass?
What are two types of mechanical waves?
The place on the wave is pushed together is called the
The place that is moving apart is the
Highest point of a transverse wave
Lowest point on a transverse wave
elements that conduct electricity and heat well; are shiny and malleable
elements that are poor conductors of electricity and heat; are dull and brittle
elements that have properties that have properties of metals and nonmentals
the smaller particles that make up an atom
a characteristic of a substance that can be observed without changing the identity of a substance
What do protons and electrons have that neutrons do not?
What elements are most abundant in Earth's atmosphere?
Metals all share certain physical properties. Which property do most metals share?
In the periodic table, the elements are arranged in 7 rows
atoms that contain the same number of protons but a different amount of neutrons
What is the author's main purpose for writing Blackbeard the Pirate?
Read this sentence: Blackbeard captured a large, fast, French ship. To capture is to
Blackbeard's ship got stuck in the sand. What did he do next to solve this problem?
Which of the following sentences from the book informs?
Which of the following tells the definition of a crew?
Which sentence tells what happened after Blackbeard climbed onto the Ranger during his last battle?
Which sentence tells an opinion?
How are pirating and sailing similar?
Read the following sentence: The governor of Virginia was tired of Blackbeard's attacks. Does this sentence inform, persuade, or entertain?
What cause the people to believe Blackbeard had stopped being a pirate?
What do waves transmit without disturbing matter?
Which of the following require a medium?
What type of wave travels parallel to the direction in which the energy is being transferred?
What is the name of any material in which certain waves need in order to travel through to transfer energy?
The highest point on a transverse wave is called a
The part of a compressional wave that s moving away is called the
Waves that vibrate by moving back and forth and perpendicular to the direction in which the wave travels is called
What part of the electromagnetic spectrum is visible to to human eye?
Waves that need a medium
Part of a compressional wave that is together
martes
lunes
¿Qué tiempo hace? is asking about...
Hace fresco
Nieva
To answer the question ¿Cuál es la fecha?, I would say...
¿En qué estación es el primero de agosto?
¿En qué estación es el dieciocho de noviembre?
¿En qué estación es el veintiuno de mayo?
¿En qué estación es el catorce de febrero?
Hace viento
¿Qué hora es? is asking about...
Son las cinco y media
Son las doce y cuarto
Es la una menos veintiséis
Son las tres menos dos
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What continent do we believe the first immigrants came from?
Why did the nomadic people come to North America?
What hardships did the nomadic people face as they made their journey?
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Which scientist came up with the term Atom?
Which scientist discovered the electron in atoms?
How do you find the number of neutrons in an atom?
What are the charges of the electron, protron , and neutron? In that order
What part of the subatomic particles are found in the nucleus?
Why does an atom have a neutral charge?
If an atom an atomic number of 24 and a mass of 49, how many protons does the atom have?
The atomic mass of an atom is equal to the number of:
Use a periodic table, how many protons,
When steel wool in put into vinegar a chemical reactions starts and the temperature rises. This is an example of a:
Which of the followning has indefinite shape and definite volume?
Which of the following has neither definite shape nor definite volume?
What phase changes does water undergo at 100 degrees Celsius?
If energy is added to a solid, which phase change will occur?
Gases will fill up the space of their containers. This means they have ____________.
What phase changes does water undergo at 0 degrees Celsius?
If heat is taken away from a gas, what phase change will occur?
The phase change in which a substance changes from a solid to a gas or vapor without changing to a liquid first is
If you move a substance from one container to another and its shape does not change the substance is a
During a phase change, the temperature of a substance
A cold glass of water collects water droplets on the outside on a hot summer day. This is an example of what phase change?
A candle drips wax on a table. This is an example of what phase change?
Dry ice gives off carbon dioxide gas. This is an example of what phase change?
Which phase changes require anincrease in energy?
Which phase changes require an overall energy loss?
Water is heated on a stove until steam is given off. What phase change is this?
The melting point of a substance is the same temperature as its _________ point.
The condensation point of a substance is the same temperature as its ________ point.
Adding energy to a substance makes it particles move ______________.
On a cold day, a person can see their breath. This is an example of what phase change?
What document gives our laws, rights, and freedoms?
Which example would qualify as good citizenship?
Which of the following words would be a synonym for the word justice?
A community is a place where____
What do you call the drawing on a map that shows the cardinal directions?
What is the imaginary line on a map that separates the Northern Hemisphere from the Southern Hemisphere?
A responsible act is____
Who was the Italian explorer who sailed from Europe to the Americas while trying to reach the Indies?
What was the Shoshone woman's name that acted as an interpreter and a guide for Lewis and Clark?
A citizen is a person who____
Ultima is all of the following except
The quality of Ultima's owl that adds to her mysterious personality was its
Witches are know to do all of the following expect
Who does Ultima give instructions for her burial?
Wise and intelligent represent what two characters
Maria Marez wants her son to become
Antonio Marez is a born
Who believes in living a farming life style?
Gabriel Marez is characterized by all of the following except
Tenorio Trementina is the town
Elements in the Periodic Table are arranged according to their
The observed regularities in the properties of elements are periodic functions of their
Pure silicon is chemically classified as a semi-metal because silicon
Which of the following Group 15 elements has the most metallic properties
In which set do the elements exhibit the most similar chemical properties
Within Period 2 of the Periodic Table, as the atomic number increases, the atomic radius generally
Which of the following elements has the strongest attraction for electrons
Atoms of which element has the weakest attraction for electrons
As the elements in Group 2 are considered in order of increasing atomic number, the atomic radius of each element increases. This increase is due to an increase in
Electronegativity is a measure of an atom's ability to
The elements known in as the alkaline earth metals are found in Group
As the elements of Group 1 are considered in order from top to bottom, the first ionization energy of each successive element will
How does the size of a barium ion compare to the size of a barium atom
For which element is the ionic radius larger than the atomic radius?
Which element has properties most like those of magnesium
Which element is an alkali metal
Which element has an ionic charge of -1
As you move down the periodic table
As you move from left to right on the periodic table
What is the total number of valence electrons in an atom of phosphorus in the ground state
Experiments performed to reveal the structure of an atom led scientists to conclude that an atom's
What are the characteristics of a neutron
Which statement about the mass of an electron is correct
Besides hydrogen, how many valence electrons does an element want to have
What is not located in the nucleus
what type of bond shares electrons
What is the ionic compound formula when you combine Sn with N
Which of the following is the empirical formula?
What is the ionic compound formula for Al and OH
How many dots should there be for a Lewis Dot Diagram of Flourine
Which one of the following is not part of the cell theory?
Which one of the following organelles helps to break down and recycle parts in the cell?
Which one of the following organelles to move materials such as protien around in the cell?
Which one of the following organelles is a storage and packaging area for finished materials made by the cell?
Which one of the following organelles breaks down food into energy?
Which one of the following organelles uses light energy to make Glucose (food)?
Which one of the following organelles is directs the functions of the cell?
Which one of the following organelles makes protien (the worker of the cell)?
The name the structures inside the cell are called-
The Gel-like material in side the cell is called -
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substance that is being dissolved in a solution
a type of mixture which has one substance dissolved in another
a solid material that forms during a chemical reaction
a new substance created in a chemical reaction
Water
What is the term for an organism that lives at the expense of a host organism?
What is the term for the sum of the changes an animal make in response to environmental stimuli?
What is the term for Highly specialized agriculture where they only produce only one or two products?
What is the term for almost the whole population being involved in producing their own food because no one produces a surplus
What is the term for the practice of cultivating, processing, and distributing food in or around a village, town, or city
What is the term for The practice of moving animals seasonally from a permanent base to more abundant feed and water and then returning to the permanent base once the seasons change?
What is the term for Each farm family produces roughly what it consumes with only a small surplus for sale or barter
What is the term for Short-grass vegetation zones
What is the term for A crop grown specifically with the intent of marketing it product?
What is the term for the long-time pattern of meteorological factors?
What is the term for any living disease causing agent?
What is the term for A confined area generally equipped with feed troughs, automatic watering devices, shelter, and working facilities where animals are fed and managed
What is the term for the process of chewing
What is the term for forages ensiled under anaerobic conditions?
What is the term for a rounded mass that is ready to swallow?
What is the term for squeezing movements in the wall of the digestive tract that move food
What is the term for Fiber containing feeds such and grass or hay?
What is the proper term for belching?
What is the term for Breakdown of food used to gain nutrition for the body
What is the term for the true stomach in the ruminant
What is the term for The largest of the stomachs in a dairy cow?
What is the term for an estimate of protein calculated by nitrogen content by 6.25
What is the term for Foods used to feed animals?
What is the term for The residue remaining after complete combustion at 500-600 degrees C. of a sample such as feed. Considered to be the mineral matter of a feed?
What is the term for having only one stomach?
What is the term for Specific feed allotment given to an animal in a 24 hour period?
What is the term for The item Used to determine caloric content of a feed sample?
What is the term for Hooved animals that have a rumen and chew their cud
What is the term for Energy source for cattle also known as Lipids?
What is the term for a Compound composed of amino acids?
What is the term for Chemically defined as polyhydroxy aldehydes or ketones, also known as CHO’s
What is the term for The final stage when animals are readied for the market
What is the term for A substance that provides nourishment to the body?
What is the term for All the feed consumed by an animal including water
What is the term for Specific set of elements necessary for life ?
What is the term for the Outward physical expression of genes?
What is the term for The DNA containing structures in the cells
What is the term for the member of the allele pair that is only expressed when the dominant allele is not present?
What is the term for A measure of the proportion of phenotypic variation?
What is the term for The superiority of an outbred individual relative to the average performance of the parent population
What is the term for the member of an allele pair is expressed and hides the other?
What is the term for Genetic makeup of an organism
What is the term for Animals with common ancestry that have distinguishable, fixed characteristics?
What is the term for Mating animals of diverse genetic backgrounds (breeds) within a species?
What is the term for mating system in which mated individuals have one common ancestor appearing several times in 3-4 generations in the pedigree?
What is the term for Process used to produce genetically Identical copy of an organism?
What is the term for After Calving
What is the term for the process of giving birth?
What is the term for Spherical structures making up most of the udder
What is the term for Difficult Calving?
What is the term for the first milk produced after calving?
What is the term for the major protein found in milk?
What is the term for the period when the female is receptive to mating?
What is the term for Inflammation of the mammary Gland caused by bacteria
What is the term for Cell resulting from the fusion of the sperm and the egg
What is the term for Collecting the embryos from a female and transferring them to a surrogate for gestation
What is the term for the learned response of an animal to a stimulus?
What is the term for restrictive conditions and times when it can occur?
What is the term for the surgical removal of tissue for a diagnosis?
What is the term for Disturbance of the function of the body or its parts?
What is the term for a craving or willingness to eat unusual foods?
What is the term for a disease that can be passes from animals to humans?
What is the term for Proteins produced by the body that attack infectious agents and neutralize them
What is the term for Animal that exerts major influence over other animals
What is the term for The factor that causes a disease or the study of?
What is the term for the humane use of animals?
What is the term for Study of disease distribution
What is the term for Cells in the body other than gametes
What is the term for Someone who eats no animal products?
What is the term for bull incapable of breeding, used to detect heat?
What is the term for multiple income generating enterprises?
What is the term for the Growth hormone in cattle?
What is the term for groups that concern themselves with public policy on animal care
What is the term for the combined animal care and management practices?
What is the term for Hazzard Analysis and Critical Control Points?
to approach
to realize
to make a fire
to take shelter
to be excited
to be proud of
to hail
thunder
to occur
at dawn
al anochecer
un rato
así
hacia
el refugio
acercarse
dar un paseo
disfrutar
la brújula
estar animado/a
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Which of the following should be single spaced?
Which of the following is the keyboard shortcut to change the selected text to 1.5 spacing?
Which of the following alignments creates ragged left and right margins?
Which of the following alignments creates smooth left and right margins?
Which of the following keeps the first line of a paragraph at the left margin and indents the rest of the lines of that paragraph from the left margin?
Which menu allows you to change the style of bullets used in a list?
What is the default indent for bullets?
Which of the following will display the Outline toolbar?
Which of the following is a line that surrounds a paragraph?
Which of the following tab alignments would be the most useful in a list that contains numbers?
Which type of spacing is most commonly used in research papers?
What type of tab is effective for lining up dollar values?
What is the purpose for a bulleted list?
What type of indent is used for long quotes?
You can put a vertical line between two columns by setting a(n) ______________ tab.
A dark background with a lighter text color is called:
You can change a tab’s location by dragging it on the ruler.
The Line Spacing feature controls the amount of spacing between paragraphs.
To indent all of the lines of a paragraph, press the Tab key at the beginning of each line.
When you set a tab, Word deletes all default tab settings to the right of the one you set.
Where did Sally go last Tuesday?
The mountains
The river
The lake
The mountains
How were the mountains last weekend?
How was the lake yesterday?
How is the sea now?
What did Sally do last Tuesday?
What did Sally do last Monday?
An area that gets very little rain
This is something that people can make.
An area in which places share similiar characteristics.
A natural resource that cannot be replaced.
Which of the following is NOT one of the five regions?
Which of the following landforms is found in the Southwest region?
Which of the following is an example of a nonrenewable resource?
The amount of rain or snow that falls.
An imaginary line that circles the center of the Earth.
When you make something you ___________________
On a topographic map, the closer the contour lines the
A scale of 1:1000 on a topo map indicates that
If the contour interval on a topo map is 10 meters, and one contour line is labeled 50 m
When you observe contour lines with hachures on a topographic map, this indicates that
How are streams indicated on a topographic map?
On a topo map, how would you determine if a feature was a hill or a valley?
How would a sink hole be identified on a topo map?
The distance between contour lines on a topo map is called the
A set of circles inside circles on a topo map indicate a
Calculate the gradient if the change in field value is equal to 100 m and the distance is equal to 50 km
What is the distance between two crests?
What do you call the height of a wave?
What is the relationship between frequency and wavelength?
What unit is used to measure frequency?
What makes igneous rock?
What does ignis mean?
What is needed to create metamorphic rock?
Which sedimentary rock would most likely have shells?
Oxidation is a form of ____________ weathering
Caverns have unusual rock formations because of
Which of the following do eggs \
The process that produces carbon dioxide gas in breads is
Flour treated to blend easily with liquids is called
The process needed to develop gluten in breads.
Forms the structure in bread
Grain used commonly in food products.
Grain used commonly in food products.
Flour most suitable for muffins
Which of the following is not found in corn bread?
Yeast acts upon _?_ to produce the gas to make it rise.
Where do you find natural elements?
What is a molecule?
An atom is the building block of matter
An atom is _________________
A solid has _______________________
an example of liquid is_______________
an example of gas is______________
an element
There are _______________ kinds of elements.
A water molecule, H2O, has how many kinds of atoms?
A light-absorbing moleule
the principal pigment in plants
An organism that can produce its own food
An organism that needs to eat to obtain energy
the cell\'s basic unit of energy
Where do the light-dependent reactions take place?
What organelle does photosynthesis take place in?
Where does the calvin cycle take place?
How many phosphates does ATP have?
How many phosphates does ADP have?
Beryl Stapleton was the victim of physical abuse at the hands of her husband.
Stapleton died when his own hound turned on him and ripped out his throat.
After the death of Stapleton, Sir Henry and Beryl Stapleton became a romantic couple.
Dr. Mortimer's curly-haired spaniel was found alive in the basement of Merripit House.
The hound was set on Sir Henry's scent by use of a boot.
Stapleton was actually the son of Rodger Baskerville who had married a woman in South America.
Barrymore is the first person to realize that Stapleton resembled Hugo Baskerville's portrait.
When Selden died, he was wearing Sir Henry's stolen boot.
Laura Lyons wanted a divorce from her husband so that she could marry Stapleton.
The hound kept by Stapleton was actually cared for by a manservant who Stapleton had known for years
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What does UN stand for
a person who owes loyalty to a country and receives its protection
a type of government in which a ruling family headed by a king or queen holds political power
an organization set up to make and enforce rules for a society
a type of government in which citizens hold political power through elected representatives
a type of government in which an individual holds complete political power
Which of these things would be needed LEAST by developing nations?
How are the World Bank and the International Monetary fund ALIKE?
In a command economy, who decides what goods are produced?
What is a peninsula?
What is a monsoon?
What is an example of a harmful economic spillover?
In a theocracy, the government is run by
Private ownership, free trade, and competition are characteristics that are central to which type of economic system?
Which of the following is NOT a reason nations work together?
Which of the following is NOT an example of a government protecting the rights of its citizens?
Which continent has the largest population?
Which type of map shows landforms, bodies of water, and elevations?
Each of the following is an example of individual human capital except
The average age that a person in a certain area is expected to live is defined as
Which of the following is a benefit of voluntary trade between two countries?
The Earth’s tilt, movement, and shape is responsible for the creation of
What is 0 degrees longitude called?
All of the following are factors that influence the climate of a region except
Because of globalization,
What type of government is found in China, Laos, North Korea, Vietnam?
wasted heat that warms the air and waters of the Earth
based on scientific experiments or observations
The pull on objects back to Earth
Stored energy
Energy in moving things
The ability to do work.
Which is NOT a form of energy?
Which type of energy comes from the sun?
What does potential energy become?
What change takes place when a match is lit?
A simple machine with a fulcrum, an effort arm and a resistance arm
the point where a lever is supported
the side of a lever you use a force on
the force used on a lever
the object moved by a lever
the end of a lever that moves the resistance
the number of times a machine multiples the effort
a flat surface that is tilted
a simple machine made of a wheel and axle
a rod that a wheel turns on
a pulley that does not move
a pulley that moves
The turning effect on a force
The Treaty of Versailles was signed by representatives of the United States, France, Britain, and
The purpose of the Liberty bonds issued by the US government before WW1 was to
In WW 1, the new strategy of trench warfare was an effective way to
Which is one of Woodrow Wilson's most significant accomplishments?
How did Bolsheviks affect Russia's involvement in WW1?
The aggressive strengthening of armed forces is known as
The influenza outbreak of 1918 was so deadly because it
When American soldiers arrived in Europe in 1917, the
Which nation was the last to surrender to the Allied Forces in 1918?
How did the convoy system help the Allies at sea?
The Selective Service Act passed in 1917 required
By 1916 WW 1 had become a _______, a situation in which neither side can win a decisive victory.
Because of labor shortage during WW 1, US factories hired more than a million _____.
The spark that ignited WW 1 occurred when ________, heir to the Austria-Hungary throne, was killed by a Serb Nationalist.
Woodrow Wilson's ________were a list of specific proposals for post war peace.
One cause of tension in Europe in the early 1900s was the rise of a sense of pride in one's country, or _____.
One way to increase acceleration is by
The product of an object's mass and velocity is called its
The momentum of an object is in the same direction as its
What happens when two forces act in the same direction?
The greater the mass of an object
The force of gravity on a person or object on the surface of a planet is called
When the only force acting on a falling object is gravity, the object is said to be
Forces can be added together only if they are
Which of the following is an example of rolling friction?
Which of the following is an example of exerting a force?
A ___ is a factor in an experiment that can be changed which can cause the outcome to vary.
The variable of an experiment that is being tested is known as the ___.
Which of the following correctly lists most of the typical steps that a scientist takes when performing a controlled experiment?
The first law of motion is also known as the Law of ___.
The tendency of an object to resist a change in its motion or velocity is known as ___.
Force is equal to _________________.
Weight is calculated by multiplying ___ and ____.
The acceleration due to gravity is ___ m/s/s.
Which of the following is NOT a true statement about Ideal Mechanical Advantage?
The ability to do work is known as ___.
Which of the following is NOT a type of potential energy?
Which of the following variables does NOT affect an object's gravitational potential energy?
The measure of resistance an object has to slowing down or stopping is known as its ___.
The ___ of a pendulum is the amount of time it takes for the bob to swing from start position, out, and back one time.
The only variable on our planet that has an effect the period of a pendulum is
A wave is just a movement of energy through matter. The matter that the wave moves through is known as the ___.
The two types of mechanical waves are:
The ___ of a wave is the number of wavelengths that pass a fixed point each second.
Which of the following is NOT a way that simple machines help to make work easier?
The rate at which you perform work is known as ____.
one substance or kind of matter changes completely into another substance or type of matter
a change of matter in size, shape, or a state without any change in identity.
characteristics of a substance that can be observed, such as color, taste, texture, and density
ability for a material to change its chemical makeup.
the substance that dissolves the solute
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Stapleton made the hound look more diabolical (evil and scary) by
The breed of the hound which Stapleton purchased was
Holmes knew the warning note received by Sir Henry in London was created by a woman because
Watson managed to persuade Laura Lyons to answer his questions by
Which incident does not happen in the story?
Laura Lyons did not meet Sir Charles at the gate on the night of his death because
After Watson questions Laura Lyons, he says that he could check the truth of her statements by
Holmes believed that Stapleton was gulity of other crimes. Which crime does Holmes think Stapleton was guilty of?
Holmes kept his hiding place on the moor a secret from Watson because
Laura Lyons said she would answer any question asked of her about Stapleton when
The process by which green plants make food is called __________?
State the form of energy that is needed for photosynthesis.
The food produced comes in the form of __________?
Plants usually produce more food than they need. How do plants store this excess food?
What is the substance that plants have in order to 'trap' the sunlight? Where is this substance found in plants?
What are the products of respiration?
What gas do most living things need to carry out respiration?
Why do animals and plants need to carry out respiration?
What would happen to the amount of oxygen and the amount of carbon dioxide in the air if photosynthesis did not take place?
Mrs Yeo prefers to go for morning walks in the park but Mr Yeo prefers to go for his walks at night. Their son, John, prefers to go for his walks in the afternoon. Who will get to breathe in air with more oxygen?
How many faces does a cube have?
What is the surface area of a box that has dimensions of 4 inches, 6 inches, and 18 inches?
What is the name of a shape that has a base with 5 sides and rectagular faces?
Volume is given in units ______
Two circles and a rectangle form a
Find the perimeter of a rectangle with a length of 97 inches and width of 17 inches
Annie wanted to paint her living room walls blue. The room is 26 feet by 22 feet by 8 feet high. How many cans of paint will she need is each gallon covers 88 square feet (don\'t paint the ceiling or floor)?
Find the area of a rectangle with a length of 27 inches and width of 40 inches
The measurement all the way across a circle is
The distance from base to base of a 3D shape is
Evaporation is...
A solid is a state of matter with...
The tool used to measure mass is a
What causes matter to change state?
When a liquid changes to a gas, the molecules...
Ice changing to water is an example of what change in state?
When ice melts, its mass...
Matter is...
What are characteristics of matter?
When ice as a solid is heated up it changes to a liquid. What is this called?
What can a cell be compared with?
Which of these is an activity cells perform?
The outer layer of the cell consists of
The command center of the cell
What guides the nucleus?
What is a mixture of chemicals and water?
What is embedded in the cytoplasm?
Break down food, cell waste, and worn out cell parts
Vacuoles and vesicles do what?
The powerhouse of the cell is what?
Which of these traits is controlled by a gene with multiple alleles?
What are multiple alleles?
Why does height in humans have such a wide variety of phenotypes?
What controls variations in skin color among humans?
Which of these human traits is altered by variations in environment?
What factors can affect a person’s height?
Which combination of sex chromosomes results in a male human being?
Why are sex-linked traits more common in males than in females?
Why are sex-linked traits more common in males than in females?
What is a pedigree?
What is a genome?
What is a carrier?
What is a pedigree?
What is a karyotype?
What are three methods for developing organisms with desired traits?
How many pairs of chromosome pairs are in each body cell?
What are multiple alleles?
Which of these is an example of the benefits of genetic engineering?
What is a genome?
What is the purpose of the Human Genome Project?
What disease causes red blood cells to take a different shape?
What is an important tool that geneticists use to trace the inheritance of certain traits?
What is inbreeding?
What is inserting copies of a gene directly to a person’s cells?
What is a trait controlled by many genes?
What is the Human Genome Project?
What is One of the most common colorblindnes disorders?
Would it be a girl or a boy if the sex chromosomes are XY?
What is an example of an environmental factor that can effect height?
What is Down Syndrome?
Which of these traits is controlled by a gene with multiple alleles?
What are multiple alleles?
Why does height in humans have such a wide variety of phenotypes?
What controls variations in skin color among humans?
Which of these human traits is altered by variations in environment?
What factors can affect a person’s height?
Which combination of sex chromosomes results in a male human being?
Why are sex-linked traits more common in males than in females?
How does a geneticist use pedigrees?
What is a pedigree?
Which statement BEST describes Untied States economic history during the period 1865 to 1900?
What industry did John D. Rockefeller dominate?
Which company was started by John D. Rockefeller?
What resulted from the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire?
What type of business sells shares of their stock to investors?
In what type of industry was Andrew Carnegie successful?
How did the development of the assembly line benefit the auto industry?
What industry benefited from the invention of the refrigerated railroad cars?
What type of business sells shares of their stock to investors?
Which of the following businessmen was the FIRST to use trusts centralize control of multistate businesses?
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Disagreement.
To force to leave.
Agreement.
Speech or behavior that causes people to work against a government.
A time in a New England town when people gathered in the meeting house to vote on laws and elect leaders.
A shipping route that connected England, the English colonies, and Africa.
The journey millions of enslaved Africans were forced to travel across the Atlantic Ocean from Africa to the West Indies.
An economic system where people are free to choose which goods to make or buy and which services to offer or use.
All the businesses that make one kind of product or offer one kind of service.
A written plan of government.
A person who was put in prison for owing money.
The land beyond, or in back of, the area settled by Europeans.
What is a plantation owner?
A hired person who watched enslaved people as they worked.
A plant from which a blue dye can be produced.
Groups of people who rely on each other.
A person who is paid to buy and sell for someone else.
A person who lived and worked with an artisan's family for several years, learning a skill in order to earn a living.
What is a craftworker?
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CONGRESS
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PROTEST
COMMANDER IN CHIEF
EARTHWORK
OLIVE BRANCH
ALLIANCE
DELEGATE
PARLIAMENT
PROCLAMATION
BUDGET
INDEPENDENCE
RESOLUTION
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GRIEVANCE
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In which geographic sector do most Russians live?
What is Siberia?
Russia has experienced various changes in name and type of government. Which is the correct sequence?
Which of the following is true of Russia today compared to its rule as the U.S.S.R.?
What happened in the immediate years after WWII?
What is communism?
Which condition contributed to the Soviets changing their economy from command (communism) to free enterprise (market)?
Which factors of production were lacking in the communist Soviet Union that also contributed to its decline?
After the fall of Communism, Russian republics (mostly those west of Russia) sought independence to become their own countries once again. How did their economies change when becoming independent?
Today, Russia continues to deal with conflict in its country. Culturally, such conflict is due to
Which statement is true?
What are the four bases of DNA?
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When compared to the United States other countries are larger or smaller based on…
True or False? As a citizen in a democracy, you really have no real important responsibilities.
This government is ruled by citizens through elected officials.
Which of the below is NOT one of the five government styles we learned about?
What country used a representative democracy?
Which type of monarchy does the king, queen, emperor, or sultan have complete power?
What are the two categories that citizen’s responsibilities fall into?
True or False? People who have power in an Oligarchy got it because of their wealth, military strength, family connections, and political influence.
This government is ruled by a small group of citizens based on their wealth
All of these are a citizen’s community responsibilities except for which one?
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Complete the basse pairing for the following DNA strand: ACTGGCTTAAGC
What are the building blocks of DNA? What is DNA made from?
Where does translation occur within the cell?
DNA has a structure that is called a
Who was the first person to take x-ray pictures of DNA
What three things make up a nucleotide?
The main job of RNA is to
A red and white flower are crossed and they produce a pink flower. This is known as
The first step of DNA replication is when the DNA molecule
Which people discovered the structure of DNA?
One of the functions of a political party is to help a candidate _______.
Both Democrats and Republicans show liberal and ___________ views.
Differences in political parties are shown in the way that they ______________.
______________often introduce new ideas during political campaigns.
Publishing political cartoons is one role of the __________ in the political process.
Due to rising campaign costs, candidates are forced to have _______________.
PAC means
There are ______________ as to how much money may be donated to a candidate.
To vote in Virginia, you must ____________.
One of the ways you can register to vote is at the _____________.
You start your summer holidays!
You celebrate May Day!
You decorate the Christmas tree!
You start a new year!
You send a heart to your Valentine!
You go hiking on the mountains!
You swim in the sea!
You play trick or treat!
You start school again!
You eat some delicious turkey!
What is a page break used for?
Where does a header appear in a document?
How is an automatic page break indicated in Normal view?
Which view shows you all the page elements, such as headers and footers?
Which type of break must you have after the title page to center it vertically without affecting the rest of the document?
Why would you use the Document Map?
Which of the following might appear in a header?
You can set page numbers to appear in the header or footer region of the page.
You cannot prevent a page number from displaying on the first page.
Word’s preset margin setting are 1 inch for the top and bottom, and 1.25 inch for the left and right margins.
A document’s _____________ determine the amount of white space around the text.
_____________ alignment controls how text aligns between the top and bottom margins.
A _____________is the last line of a paragraph that appears by itself at the top of a page.
Which view do you have to be in to use the ruler to change the margins?
Which of the following is not a vertical alignment option?
Which menu allows you to control widows and orphans?
Which menu allows you to access headers and footers in a document?
Where is the Browse Object button located?
Which of the following features displays a window that lists the structure of headings in a document?
Which of the following contains standard data in the top margin of most document pages?
What is hard copy?
What is fetching?
What is the binary system?
What does the term
What purpose does a mouse serve?
What term describes an opening where a circuit board can be inserted into a computer's motherboard?
Which component of the CPU performs the execution part of the machine cycle?
Which is a type of nonimpact printer?
What term describes eight bits grouped together as a unit?
What makes up the core of most monitors?
The system unit is?
Most computers are known as
What represents the smallest unit of data that a computer can handle?
What part of the computer interprets and carries out the basic instructions that operate a computer.
Entering data, programs, commands, and user responses into memory is known as
An output device is?
A group of switches resembling the keys ona typewriter that allows users to enter input is called?
An input device that allows you to control the movement of the pointer on the screen and to make selections from the screen is also known as?
A_______is a stationary pointing device with a ball mechanism on its top.
Computers use_____to store data
What is the term for the memory chips in a system unit?
Which term describes a special word, phrase, or code that a program understands as an intruction?
What term describes circuit boards that add new devices or capabilities to a computer?
What type of device can capture electronically an entire page of text or images?
The resolution of a monitor is directly related to what?
Which is a type of magnetic disk?
What is hard copy?
What is a sector on a floppy disk?
What does the term "bit" stand for?
How many clock cycles does a computer have per second if it operates at 5 gigahertz?
How much data can current personal computer hard disks store?
WHAT MAKES UP THE CORE OF MOST MONITORS?
On floppy disck,what is a sector?
What is the hard copy?
How much memory is equal to roughly 1,000 bytes?
Which type of nonimpact printer?
What term describes a special word ,phrase,or code that a program understand as an instruction?
which type of disk can store 100 to 750 MB of data?
What part of a computer manages most of the computer's operations?
What term desribes eight bits grouped together as a unit?
Types of input?
pointing devices
bit is short for...
types of output?
diskette is another word for...
the core for most monitors is
byte is
smart card is
a chip is
output is
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Which of the following describes the function of the chloroplast in plant cells?
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