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The name for the compound with the formula Fe2S3 would be written as
In which type of bond do atoms share electrons?
When vanadium combines with bromine to form vanadium (III) bromide, the charge of the vanadium ion is
A carbon atom can bond to four other atoms because it has
The anion formed from an oxygen atom is called a(n)
Covalent bonds are formed between
How many valence electrons does a calcium atom have?
Yo siempre ARRIVED a tiempo.
Anoche yo READ un libro para la clase de ingles.
Muchas veces nosotras ATE en un restaurante mexicano.
De niño, yo WAS traviesa y consentida.
Yo no RECIEVED tarea la semana pasada.
IT WAS las siete cuando llegué a casa.
Raquel HAD pelo castaño y largo.
Yo WAS PLAYING basquetbol cuando I SAW un accidente.
Los viernes mis amigos y yo WENT al centro comercial.
Yo STARTED to swim when I WAS ocho.
Mi novio WAS muy contento con mi regalo.
IT WAS mucho calor cuando fui al zoológico.
Ella PUT ON su chaqueta, WALKED a la puerta, y LEFT de la puerta.
La tortuga WAS SWIMMING en el lago cuando un pájaro lo GRABBED.
De repente, mi madre me SAID '¡Dame el remoto para la tele!'.
Bacteria in swellings on the roots of peanut plants convert____ gas from the air into compounds that plants need to grow.
A(an) ____ is a substance that stimulates the body to produce chemicals that destroy viruses or bacteria.
The ability to ____ is the only characteristic that viruses share with living organisms.
An organism can fly, does not lay eggs, has hair, has webbed fingers, and has teeth. Is it a bird or a mammal? Explain why.
An organism cannot fly, lays eggs, has a diaphragm, has webbed feet, and has a bill. Is it a monotreme, marsupial, or placental mammal ? Explain.why.
An organism can fly, lays eggs, has a gizzard, has webbed feet, and a bill. Is it a bird or a mammal? Explain why.
A diagram shows that jawless fish were the first vertebrates. Then cartilaginous fishes, bony fishes, amphibians, then reptiles. From reptiles both mammals and birds developed respectively. Which vertebrates evolved from reptiles?
A diagram shows that jawless fish were the first vertebrates. Then cartilaginous fishes, bony fishes, amphibians, then reptiles. From reptiles both mammals and birds developed respectively. Did birds or mammals appear first?
List the levels of organization from smallest to largest.
Why are decomposing bacteria and nitrogen-converting bacteria important to plant farmers?
What is your principals name?
What is your school mascot?
What is a slogan that has been used this year?
What was the record number of students recognized for spotlight?
When is the next Tiger Jeans day?
What designation does Guilford Middle have?
What grade levels are currently served at your school?
What was the first early release day in February 2015?
Students were allowed to wear red SMOD shirts to acknowledge we need to protect the health of our.
What is the name of your middle school?
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What is the absolute value of -10?
Evan wants to know the absolute value of -2, what is it!?
What is the absolute value of the reciprocol of 1/4?
What the the absolute value of M if every letter had a number assigned to it? Ex. A=1 B=2 C=3
What is the absolute value of y if y=2x+1 and x=1?
Jacob's credit score is 490. What is the absolute value of 490?
Thomas is -245 feet below sea level. What is the absolute value of the number of feet he is above sea level?
What is the answer to the problem -|2|?
What is the absolute value of 10x if x = 7.2?
What is the answer to the problem |2| + |-2|?
Properties that are not always visible, can be recognized only when substances react chemically with one another.
Which of the following is NOT a rule for recognizing a PHYSICAL change?
Which of the following is NOT a rule for recognizing a CHEMICAL change?
What type of changes DO NOT change the identity of the substance?
What changes the identity of substances (when mixed together)?
What the solid formed when two or more liquids are mixed together?
Which of the following is an element?
Which of the following is a compound?
What is the chemical symbol for Iron?
What is the chemical formula for salt?
Blows towards equator from easterly direction.
forward part of the ship
rear part of a boat
used for towing and pushing ships
platform forming a floor on the ship
on a ship one-ends falls and the other rises
right side fo a ship
located away from the wind
heavy material to make a ship steady
covered
Find the 10th term of this sequence: -3, 12, -48, 192, ...
Find the 9th term of this sequence: 1, 4, 16, 64, ...
Find the 12th term of this sequence: 4, 8, 16, 32, ...
Find the 11th term of this sequence: 3, 6, 12, 24, ...
Find the 11th term of this sequence: 2, 6, 18, 54, ...
Find the 9th term of this sequence: 1, -3, 9, -27, ...
Find the 10th term of this sequence: 1, -2, 4, -8, ...
Find the 10th term of this sequence: 2, 8, 32, 128, ...
Find the 11th term of this sequence: 2, -4, 8, -16, ...
Find the 9th term of this sequence: -1, -5, -25, -125, ...
"The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" is a poem about
The character of Prufrock is insecure about talking to the women because
Prufrock tells us there is time for indecisions and revisions. What does he mean by this?
Why does he say he measures his life with coffee spoons?
The city is described in the opening stanzas. What words best describe these stanzas?
The overall tone of the poem is
Prufrock imagines having a relationship in the poem; he concludes it will
The men he sees leaning out of the windows in the city also feel
What does Prufrock really want to do if he dared to do it?
Prufrock demonstrates these characteristics of modernism
What shape has 7 sides?
What shape has 4 sides?
What shape has 6 sides?
What shape has 8 sides?
What shape has 3 sides?
What shape has 5 sides?
What shape has 10 sides?
What shape has 9 sides?
What shape has 12 sides?
What shape has 17 sides?
Which of these was a motivation for exploration and expansion?
Vasco da Gama's new sea route to India opened up a new line of trade which netted him a profit from what good?
How did Columbus feel about the natives of the America's?
Gold and Silver is the sole indicator of a nations prosperity according to which of these?
Trade between Europe, Africa, and the Americas was known as what kind of trade?
Which of these groups of things were exchanged during the Colombian Exchange?
Having a balance of trade means that your are greater than your .
Out of all slave grown crops, which demanded the most labor?
Which of these gave a Spanish conquistador the right to use natives as slave labor?
Which of these best describes a colony?
People should be governed by what most people want
Harsh punishments are bad
The government should stay out of peoples business
3 branches of government make sure one person doesn't have too much power
Which of these provided one of the main sparks that set off the American Revolution?
Joseph is an example of what kind of monarch?
Which of these were used to gain an understanding of all life during the Enlightenment?
Which of these was not a way that Enlightenment ideas spread?
Which of these is not a reason Enlightenment rulers mostly refused to make sweeping changes?
The Constitution & Bill of Rights were heavily influenced by which of these?
What was the Committee of Public Safety's job?
Which of these is not a part of Napoleon's Grand Empire?
What are the reasons Napoleon's Grand Empire collapsed?
What did the Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen give?
Napoleon promoted people in his government based on which of these?
The nobility are part of what Estate?
The 3rd Estate was upset about which of these?
The Bourgeoisie are part of which Estate?
Which of these didn't happen because of Napoleon?
The National Convention's first major step was to do what?
Whom or what did settlers come into more contact with as they began moving into the Back Country?
What caused English settlers to seek a treaty with the Natives?
What was the primary cause of the Yemassee War?
How long did peace last between the Cherokee and the British following their treaty?
What was not a cause of the deterioration of the relationship between the British and Cherokee?
What was the focus of the disagreement between Britain & France that led to war in the colonies?
Which of the following was the most significant contributor to tensions between colonial & British troops?
What did France lose as a result of the Treaty of Paris?
What was not an effect of the French & Indian War on Britain?
What was the first tax imposed on the colonials to help reduce Britian's F& I War debt?
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A characteristic that helps an organism survive and reproduce in a particular environment.
Changes in a population of organisms over time.
The process where better adapted organisms are more likely to survive and reproduce.
A change in the DNA sequence.
Change in an organism's structure that is different from other organisms of the same species.
The four types of Natural Selection are:
Select the word that does not belong.
Select the word that does not belong.
Select the word that does not belong.
Select the word that does not belong.
Indicate if the statement is lógico o ilógico: Si tienes dolor de cabeza, puedes tomar unas pastillas
Indicate if the statement is lógico o ilógico: Para hacerte un examen médico, debes ir a un consultorio
Indicate if the statement is lógico o ilógico: El cuello es la parte del cuerpo para escuchar música.
Indicate if the statement is lógico o ilógico: Si una persona se cae, probablemente está embarazada.
Indicate if the statement is lógico o ilógico: La tos puede ser síntoma de un resfriado.
Fill in the blank: El ______________ envía sangre (sends blood) al resto del cuerpo.
Fill in the blank with the correct word: Un ____________ trabaja en un hospital y ayuda (helps) a los doctores.
Fill in the blank with the correct word: El ____________ es la parte del cuerpo que está entre el pie y la pierna.
Choose the part of the body that you associate with each action: hablar por teléfono
Choose the parts of the body that you associate with each action: Correr en el parque
Choose the parts of the body that you associate with each action: Toser
Choose the parts of the body that you associate with each action: Tocar el piano
Choose the parts of the body that you associate with each action: Ver una película
Choose the parts of the body that you associate with each action: Comer una hamburguesa
Tener la gripe means
la tos
This Xlem cells is responsible for the lateral conducting.
Wich are the Xlem conducting cells that are open at either end.
The fatty substance in the walls of cork cell that makes it waterproof is called...
Which is a type of parenchyma tissue with extensive air space?
This complex tissue secretes nectars and citrus oils.
A permanent region of active cell division is called...
Which of the following tissue type has thin cell walls, a large vacuole, and is living at maturity?
This type of meristem is found in the tips of roots and shoots...
Which primary meristem develops into the epidermis?
What substance in sieve tube members protect them when damaged by forming a plug to keep liquid from leaking out?
Which complex tissue makes up the outermost layer of cells?
Which meristem produces tissues that increase the diameter of the roots and the stems?
This primary meristem develops into cortex and pith.
Which complec tissue is responsible for the transport of water and minerals?
Which primary meristem produces pholoem and xylem?
Which of the following is a parenchyma cell that contains choroplasts?
What is the fatty substance secreted from the epidermis that protects it from water loss?
What pholoem cell provides nutrients to the sieve tube member?
Root epidermal cells produce these structures which help in absorption by increasing surface area.
What is a pholoem cell type that is not open at either end, but has pores?
Turning Point of the American Revolution due to French intervention
Treaty that ended the American Revolution
Most famous Patriot traitor
The Continental Congress met in this city until Howe's invasion
General Greene wanted to draw General Cornwallis away from this
This British general disobeyed orders to attack Albany
Swamp Fox
The Patriots bitter winter was spent here between 1777 - 1778
British General who lost at Yorktown
This foreign country aided the Patriots after their victory in Saratoga
Territory acquired by Spain after the American Revolution
French general who trained Washington's troops in the spring of 1778
Head general of the Patriot southern army that led the the British on a Cat and Mouse chase
A mixture of blue with what color produces green?
Chemical products such as hair colors, lighteners, perms and relaxers affect:
The condition in which the cuticle is lifted or missing is referred to as:
Permanent hair colors are mixed with:
Which of the following statements about on-the-scalp lightener is NOT true?
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of semi-permanent hair color?
The amount and density of the strands selected during the cap technique in hair coloring will determine:
Colors made by mixing primary colors with their neighboring secondary color in varying proportions are known as:
A powder lightener without buffering agents and conditioners could NOT be used for which of the following procedures:
If the hair is overlightened, a toner may cause the hair to appear:
Demi-permanent colors are NOT designed to:
Semi-permanent colors are alkaline and generally last through several shampoos depending on the :
An application of which of the following complementary color categories would help eliminate unwanted brassiness or orange tones from a hair color?
During the Consult phase prior to the service, which of the following items could be used to better understand the client's specific desires?
What is the shelf life of hydrogen peroxide?
Generally following a color removal procedure, the designer should:
Which hair texture may tend to process slightly lighter than the intended level?
Hair should never be lightened or decolorized to:
Color products that are available, but are not recommended for use are:
During a retouch procedure, apply mixture to:
What did textile factories produce?
What cash crop was the most important in 1793, because of a new invention?
The Gold Rush took place in what year?
Who was the General that marched through Texas?
Which treaty ended the War with Mexico?
Who invented the cotton gin?
What is manifest destiny?
Which is NOT a reason that an interchangeable part was a great invention?
What is the Union?
What improved after the invention of the steam engine?
What is an immigrant?
Who signed the Indian Removal Act?
Why travel in a wagon train?
Which church was forced to move west?
The Erie Canal connected what lake to the Hudson River?
Andrew Jackson was NOT referred to what?
Which is the wrong way to get the audience’s attention?
Where is the best place to introduce the claim?
The claim is where the writer
Background information helps the reader to
How many reasons or main ideas should be in one paragraph?
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When was Charles Darwin born?
What was Darwin’s biggest unanswered question?
How many islands make up the Galapagos?
How long did darwin stay in the Galapagos?
On each island what did all the birds have in common?
What is a embryo
What did darwin notice had teeth in the earlier years but not in there adult years?
What did Darwin notice about the human embryo and what conclusion did he gather from that?
How did Darwin feel when he went on his voyage to the Galapagos?
On his voyage , what birds did Darwin think he was collecting?
The process by which sediment and other materials are moved from one place to another.
The process by which sediment is dropped.
How "steep" a stream is
The amount of material in the water
The amount of water a stream carries
Many layers of sediment can form a flat area called a
Streams depositing their loads in a fan-shaped pattern.
A fan-shaped pattern of sediment on dry land
Movement of water underground
The place where land and a body of water meet.
What country is not part of the continent of Africa?
What animal does not live in Africa?
What is the name of the imaginary line which divides the continent of Africa into Northern and Southern?
What is the name of the largest desert found in Africa?
What is the longest river in Africa?
What eco-system is not found in Africa?
How many nations is Africa divided into?
What famous place would you not visit when in Africa?
The Sahara Desert is ...
The highest temperature ever recorded in Africa is...
What do state and federal consumer agencies have in common?
What do the FDA and the USDA have in common?
Which describes one way to make a direct complaint?
A popular exercise machine was recalled after several consumers experienced injuries while using the equipment. Which federal agency recalled the product?
Janet signed up to take a class on being a good consumer at her local credit union. Janet is exercising her consumer responsibility to:
Sarah purchased a new hair dryer and decided to use it while bathing. Sarah ignored the consumer responsibility to:
Which is an example of the consumer responsibility to promote a caring relationship with the world?
Which is an example of how to make a direct complaint?
When a remote control boat was placed in the lake, water seeped through the seams and the boat sank. The boat was returned for a refund. This is consumer responsibility to:
Tara discovered that the computer software package she bought did not keep track of credit card purchases. The MOST LIKELY cause of her dissatisfaction was her failure to:
Out of breath
searching
Lobster without claws
The lifeboat Phillip and his mother were in spilled its passengers when...
As the S.S. Hato sank, while in the water, Phillip...
Which of the following was not true about Timothy?
Who said,
Who said,
Who said,
Phillip makes a shelter for them.
Summarize
Contrast
Compare
evaluate
persuade
trace
interpret
formulate
infer
analyze
The smallest unit of life
What do we call all of the structures in a cell?
The thin flexible outer covering of a cell is called ___.
One way material move in and out of a cell membrane is:
The diffusion of water across the cell membrane is called ___.
The gel like fluid inside of a cell made mostly of water is called ____
This organelle contains genetic material (DNA) and is the control center of the cell.
Sites where photosynthesis takes place in a plant cell are called ___.
The energy producing sites in the cell where respiration takes place.
These act as temporary storage centers.
What provides support and shape for plant cells. It is made mostly of cellulose.
Which structures are only found in plant cells?
Rod shaped bacteria are called
Round shaped bacteria are called
One-celled organisms that live in all moist environments. They vary in the way they obtain food and move
What is an example of a protist with a flagella
What is an example of a protist with cillia?
Finger-like structures found that project forward on an ameoba are called
Tiny particles that can reproduce but show none of the expected signs of life, they are responsible for many illnesses.
Organisms that are classified into the Moneran Kingdom. They are all single-celled organisms. They are classified by their body shapes.
The process where plants use light energy and carbon dioxide to make water and oxygen
• All organisms, including plants and animals, break down simple sugars (C6H12O6) into carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O) and release energy.
Cellular process where an organism gets rid of products that could be harmful to the cell
What do we call the process of cellular reproduction?
Another word for characteristics
The passing of traits from one generation to another is called ___.
A structure found in the nucleus of a cell that contains the genetic information (DNA).
A segment of DNA found on a chromosome that determines the inheritance of a particular trait.
The set of genes carried by the organism ex. Bb
The physical expression of the genes. ex.Brown bunny fur
J'ai mal ___ corps.
J'ai mal ___ tête
J'ai mal ___ visage
J'ai mal ___ oeil
J'ai mal ___ nez
J'ai mal ___ bras
J'ai ___ au dos
J'___ mal au genou
Je ___ malade
appelez le ___
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A group of mammals that includes only three species is the
Pregnant female monotremes and marsupials lack a(an) _______, which is an organ that passes materials between an embryo and its mother.
Humans, monkeys, and apes belong to the group of placental mammals known as ____.
A waxy, waterproof layer called the ____ covers the leaves of most plants.
In a plant's life cycle, a spore develops into a stage known as the __________.
Tissues combine to form a(an)_____ that performs a specific job for an organism.
Slime molds are one type of _______ protists.
A virus that begins to multiply immediately after it enters a cell is called a(an) ______ virus.
Some bacteria are called _____ because they break down large chemicals in dead organisms into small chemicals.
What does the root 'graph' mean?
The root 'photo' means ......
What does 'scrib/script' mean?
What does the root 'phon' mean?
What do the roots jus/jud/jur mean?
What does the root 'therm' mean?
What does the root 'port' mean?
What does the root 'scope' mean?
What does the root 'derm' mean?
What does the root 'vor' mean/
What does the root 'chron' mean?
What does the root 'hydr' mean?
In the United States, an accused person is presumed innocent until -
Due process -
The __ Amendment prohibits the state from treating people unfairly.
Which of the following is an example of a right that helps ensure due process?
What is due process?
Life, liberty, and property are items protected by -
All Virginians must be given a fair trial no matter their race, religion, age, or gender. This right is protected by the -
Which is a characteristice of a criminal case but NOT a civil case?
In a criminal procedure, which of these are required for an arrest?
Probable cause is reviewed during the -
A type of crime that is punishable by more than a year in jail is called -
Keelan loaned money to a friend. After several attempts to get his money back, Keelan decided to take this friend to court. What type of case is this?
Julia Daniels allowed a friend to borrow some money. Her friend has not paid her back and now she is planning on taking this friend to court. What is the FIRST t hing that Ms. Daniels should do?
Which is NOT an example of technology?
The study of knowledge related to technology this is needed to solve problems and extend human capabilities is:
Human innovation that involves the generation of knowledge and processes to develop systems that solve problems and extend human capabilities is:
Someone who is able to use, manage, understand, and access technology is considered to be:
The organization for technology education is:
Which is an example of technology?
North Carolina technology education programs divide technology into six systems. Which of the following is NOT one of those systems?
A religion does NOT allow medical intervention. What type of impact is this?
The assembly line enabled various products to be mass-produced. What type of impact is this?
Which is an example of a desirable impact of technology?
Stereotyping
Categorical claims
Explicit message
Implicit message
Ethos (Credibility)
Pathos
Logos
Formal
Informal
Rhetorical Fallacy
Laws that govern human cloning are:
Determining whether or not cloning is right is what type of concern?
Positive impacts of a technology outweighing the negative impacts is accepted as a(n):
Cutting down trees to build a parking lot is an example of how technology affects:
When you study the history of technology, you are integrating disciplines from social studies and:
Discussing how various inventions impact people is an example of integrating which discipline into technology education?
Desktop publishing is an example of integrating which discipline into technology?
A technical is an example of integrating which discipline into technology?
Technology can relate to Language Arts in all of the following except:
Laying out floor plans is an example which discipline into technology education?
Which principle describes when graphics don't overpower the text?
Which principle describes a grouping of related items?
Which publication is used to advertise one time upcoming events?
Which publication contains is used to help recipients remember you or your business?
Which design principle uses the same font and color schemes?
Which publication is used to provide information, educate, or advertise about a topic or product?
Which publication is used to provide informational updates to a club or organization?
Which design principle is used when more important elements are emphasized?
Which publication is used by businesses or individuals to communicate a message?
Which design principle is used for blank space?
Which design principle is used for justification?
Mi padrino me da mucho dinero para la graduación. Es muy _____________.
Los ________________ se emocionan porque es el día de graduación y van a graduarse muy pronto.
Lo que tienes en la cabeza durante la ceremonia de graduación
lo que forman los graduandos para entrar la ceremonia de graduación
lo que tienen los graduados después de la ceremonia de graduación
Después de la ceremonia de graduación, mis padres me dijeron que están ______________ de lo que yo he llevado a cabo.
Cuando mis parientes me dieron regalos para mi graduación, les dije '__________'.
Después de graduarme, mis padrinos y padres me ________________ porque tienen mucho orgullo.
el verbo de 'decir mil gracias'
la ropa necesaria para graduarse
Typically, sedimentary rocks are formed
Fossils are usually found in _________ rocks.
Dinosaurs are extinct organisms that lived millions of years ago. How are scientists able to learn anything about them?
Which of the following is a nonrenewable natural resource?
Which of the following is a renewable resource?
Because fossil fuels are non-renewable resources-
Soil is a mixture of many substances which may include-
What is the best evidence scientists have concerning the existence of dinosaurs?
what can we learn by studying fossils?
All of the following resources are renewable except
Advances in technology have helped make life easier. One type of advancement is a solar-powered calculator. What type of energy does this type of calculator require in order to work?
The trace or remains of an once living organism preserved in ice, amber or sedimentary rock.
A group of closely related organisms that can mate with one another to produce fertile offsprings
Structures derived from a common ancestor.
Structures or attributes that have apparently lost most or all of their ancestral function in a given species.
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I am
I have
I am going
I need
I want
I must
I am able to
I like
I am sorry
also
Which federal law prohibits job discrimination based on race, color, religion, gender and national origin?
Goods and services are purchased by
The rivalry among businesses to sell their goods and services is known as
All economic resources have
Most business activities occur
What is the first step in the decision-making process?
What is the correct order of the steps in the decision-making process?
Goods
In the American system, you can own anything you can afford and decide what to do with it. This is
Things that are required in order to live are called
Which of these is not one of the three main types of economies?
Which of these offers citizens the most individual freedom?
Which of these offers citizens the least economic freedom?
Which of these provides the least amount/ lowest quality of goods and services to its citizens?
Which of these is generally focused on agriculture and other survival industries?
Selling the right to use some intangible property for a fee or royalty is called
Two or more businesses joining together for a special project or purpose is called
Selling knowledge about effective processes and access to national or international advertising in exchange for a percentage of profits is called
Which of these is NOT a question to ask when considering the ethics of a business decision?
The difference between the value of a country's total exports and total imports is called its
I went to the zoo with ..... friends
Sorry, Henry. There aren't ..... toys in this room.
I know ..... French words but I can't speak French fluently.
Have you visited ..... foreign country?
- Have you got ..... electric microchip in your pocket? - No, I haven't got any.
There aren't any defenders around me. Pass me ..... ball! Quickly!
Oh, no! I forgot my pencilcase at home. Can you give me ..... highlighter, please?
Is there ..... meat in the fridge?
She keeps ..... meat in the fridge.
Can you pass me a toothbrush? No, not that one. I need ..... red one.
A trait that will always be expressed in the phenotype, represented by capital letters.
A trait that will only be expressed in the phenotype if two recessive alleles are present, shown with lower case letters
a tool used to predict the ratio or percentage of the possible genes that an offspring will have based on the genes of the parent.
Which of the following is purebred dominant?
Which of the following is hybrid?
Which of the following is purebred recessive?
If all of the offspring are Mm in a Punnett Sqaure, what are the most likely genes of the parents?
A cross that shows the inheritance of a single characteristic is known as a ____.
A genetically determined characteristic that distinguishes one organism from another organism.
Which of the following is caused by environmental factors vs. inherited traits?
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Which of the following are the best examples of cells?
A group of specialized cells that work together to perform the same function, ex. nerve and epithelial
• A group of two or more different types of tissue that work together to perform a specific function
A group of two or more organs that work together to perform a specific function.
What organ causes blood to flow through the body by its pumping action
Tubes that carry blood throughout the entire body.
The very small vessels where oxygen and nutrients leave the blood to go into the cells and carbon dioxide and other waste products enter the blood from the cells.
Blood is composed of 4 things, which one below does not make up blood but could be carried by blood?
Also called the windpipe; moves air from the nose to the lungs
Tubes that move air from the trachea to the lungs; one leads to each lung; part of each bronchus is outside the lung and part is inside.
Which statement is true?
Which of the following is NOT a renewable resource?
Which of the following describes the four inner planets?
Who proposed that the velocity of falling objects does NOT depend on their weight?
Which of the following is a way to conserve fossil fuels?
Why are there NOT more nuclear power plants?
Which planet has a revolution of 1 year?
"Reduce, Reuse and Recycle" refers to:
Over time, which of the following would be more expensive for a community to maintain?
Why are nuclear plants built close to water?
The main organs where gases are exchanged between air and the blood.
The ____ in the lungs are where the gas exchange takes place.
The muscle that aids in the breathing process
What organ continues the process of mechanical digestion; and secretes gastric juices that continue the process of chemical digestion started in the mouth
The organ where most of the chemical digestion of food takes place; and where most nutrients from food are absorbed
The organ where water is absorbed from the food and taken into the bloodstream; prepares the remaining undigested food for elimination from the body
A secondary organ of the digestive system that produces bile, which is used by the body to break up fat particles.
A secondary organ to the digestive system that functions to produce digestive juices that help to further break down the food in the small intestine.
Which organs get rid of urea, excess water, and some other waste materials released by the cells. These are eliminated as urine.
A saclike muscular organ which stores urine until it is released from the body
Which conservation method will NOT conserve the soil?
Which is a renewable resource?
Which is NOT a type of electromagnetic energy?
Which of the following is NOT an example of a fossil fuel?
The elliptical orbit of the Moon around Earth is due to which force?
Striking a match changes mechanical energy into:
What causes the tides on Earth?
When the Sun, Earth and Moon are aligned, this is called:
Why do some people think it is wrong to use coal to produce energy?
Which of the following is considered a renewable resource?
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This diet coke was just what the doctor ordered.
The garbage reached across the state.
She was a back seat driver.
The lesson or main message about life found in the poem or story.
Words that sound like what they make. Examples are whish, crack, ring, boom, bam, pow
The roads were like a skating rink is an example of
The wind whispered through the trees is an example of
The fog was a blanket over the city is an example of
Mrs. Manley made mushy mash potatoes Monday mornings.
Which of the following is not true about manufacturing employment in the US?
Which of the following are advantages of computer simulation modeling?
Which manufacturing process would be most suitable for the manufacture of one million plastic bottles?
Which of the following jobs requires the most training prior to starting the job?
A manufacturer has been asked to produce 100 customized metal discs with a particular pattern engraved on the.m. Which production process should be selected?
Which of the following is NOT an example of automation?
Division of labor means that one worker would now have to divide his or her time between a number of tasks.
Drilling creates vertical holes in a work piece, while milling creates only horizontal lines.
___________ casting is an efficient process for the mass production of small parts.
A company that manufactures pens has decided to manufacture ink for itself. It is following a __________ strategy.
The ________ department locates supplies and coordinates orders.
The _____ department is responsible for manufacturing the products.
The _____ department tracks and reports on all incomes and expenditures.
The _________ department is responsible for designing new products and modifying existing ones.
Which manufacturing process is most likely to be used to manufacture customized car wheels?
Which manufacturing process is most likely to be used to build a space vehicle?
Which manufacturing process is most likely to be used to build a calculator?
Which manufacturing process is most likely to be used to produce toothpaste?
Identify the advantage that automation has over human workers.
Which of the following jobs requires the least training prior to starting the job?
Which competitive advantage is best illustrated by training of staff for multiple tasks?
Which competitive advantage is best illustrated by outsourcing labor-intensive steps to an Indian firm?
Which competitive advantage is best illustrated by installing a computerized inspection system?
Which competitive advantage is best illustrated by replacing manual lathes with CNC lathes?
Which of the following is an advantage of computer simulation modeling?
Which of the following is true of a factory that uses Statistical Control (SPC)?
Which of the following statements is true?
Which of the following are true of CNC machining?
A manufacturer has been asked to produce a t-shirt that will be individualized by others and sold at concerts for the next year. Which production process should be selected?
Which of the following is true of a factory that uses Statistical Process Control (SPC)?
This seasonal wind can bring heavy rainfall the lead to floding:
The most crowed urban area in the world is:
This religon originated in India and follows the teaching of one man:
This philosophy is the foundation of modern chinese culture:
This religion is unique to japan:
This religion is ased on the teaching of Muhammad:
About 80% of India's people follow this religion:
This belief teachers that one is reborn after death:
This religion worships one God.
Which religion believes karma affects their status?
Africa lies to the west of this ocean, and Australia lies to the east:
This desert stretches across southern Mongolia and northern China:
This body of water lies between Japan and the continent of Asia.
This river is sacred to Hinduism:
This desert is located in northwestern China between two mountain ranges.
9 of 10 World's largest peaks are in this mountain range:
Why do so many people in India lives in the Ganges River Valley?
Why is the Ganges so polluted?
A major environmental problem in India and China is
About 90% of China's population lives in the
True or False? Today it is impossible to avoid some kind of interaction with other people.
What culture rejects modern things like electricity?
Change commonly happens when a place is…
True or False? Cultural change always happens slowly.
an area where a culture originated and spread to other areas
In the past diffusion happened slowly because of all the below except…
Improvements in what have changed people’s lives since the beginning of man.
Agricultural revolution to place ________ of years ago.
Culture can be changed in what two ways?
Cultural change can happen very ________ or ________.
Innovation can be all of the below except…
What changed cultures in the United States and around the world?
Innovation can happen by accident or ________.
Domestication means to raise and tend to what
After domestication of plants and animals, humans were no longer known as what?
True or False? Settling in one area lead to more innovations that made settlers lives easier
What is the most significant change in human history according to the book
Diffusion happens when…
Which of the below is NOT an example of things that moved because of diffusion?
Who often brought new ideas and inventions from their culture to new cultures by way of trade routes.
Businesses enjoyed rapid growth because of what key factor?
Americans became aware of items to purchase through 
Andrew Carnegie; Cornelius Vanderbilt; John D. Rockefeller; Which title best describes these three men?
Which resulted from mechanization in farming?
A rapidly growing industry -
As a result of industrialization, people living on the Great Plains were able to purchase consumer goods through 
Which of the following is NOT an example of the growth of industry?
In an effort to protect the common worker 
In the late 19th century there was a movement to deny people the right to buy and drink alcohol. Which of the following is the correct term with regard to that effort?
Women gained the right to vote with the passage of which amendment to the Constitution to the United States?
Why are viruses like parasites?
A virus's proteins are important because they
Which of the following is found in the cytoplasm of bacteria cells?
What process results in genetically different bacteria?
Endospores form during
What important role do bacteria called decomposers play?
The best treatment for most viral infections is
How does a vaccine work?
Binary fission is the bacterial process of
A hidden virus
Which of the following structures are always found in bacterial cells?
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An organ of the central nervous system, which has three distinct parts that all serve to control and coordinate the activities of the body.
Part of the brain that controls thoughts, voluntary actions, and the sensations related to the five senses.
Part of the brain that helps with balance and coordination
Part of the brain that located at the base of the brain and controls vital and involuntary processes (for example, breathing, the beating of the heart, and digestion).
A bundle of nerves that begins at the brain stem and continues down the center of the back through the vertebrae.
A network of nerves that branch out from the spinal cord and connect to the rest of the body and transmit signals to and from the brain through the spinal cord.
Voluntary muscles attached to bones and provide the force needed to move the bones;
Involuntary muscles that control many types of movement within the body (such as digestion)
Involuntary muscle that forms the heart
These connect the skeletal muscles to bones
Provide shape and support for the body and protection for many organs and structures; some bones produce blood cells; some store minerals
These occur where two or more bones meet
Skin does all of the following EXCEPT which one?
Which system transports blood to all parts of the body so that gases, nutrients, and waste products are transported to and from the cells.
Which system provide gas exchange between the blood and the air?
Which system breakdown foods into nutrients that can be used by the body, absorb nutrients that are necessary for energy, growth, and maintenance, and rid the body of solid wastes.
The main function of this system is to filter out cellular wastes, toxins, and excess water that result from cellular respiration.
The main functions of this system are to receive stimuli from inside and outside the body, to interpret the stimuli, and initiate responses for survival.
The main function of this system is to provide movement
The main functions of this system are to provide support for the body, to protect internal organs, and to provide attachment sites for the muscles.
What two systems work together to help remove wastes from the body?
What two systems work together to make sure that oxygen (O2) reaches the bloodstream and carbon dioxide (CO2) is removed from the bloodstream.
What systems work together to to make sure that nutrients made available by digestion (for example glucose) get to the cells of the body.
What systems work together to direct behavior and movement.
What systems work together to help the body move?
A condition that does not allow the body to function normally and can affect either an individual organ or an entire body system.
Tiny organisms that cause diseases are called ___.
A group of diseases caused by pathogens are called ___.
The __________ system is responsible for distinguishing between the different kinds of pathogens and reacting to each according to its type.
Diseases that are NOT caused by pathogens in the body.
What two systems work together to help remove wastes from the body?
What two systems work together to make sure that oxygen (O2) reaches the bloodstream and carbon dioxide (CO2) is removed from the bloodstream.
What systems work together to to make sure that nutrients made available by digestion (for example glucose) get to the cells of the body.
What systems work together to direct behavior and movement.
What systems work together to help the body move?
A condition that does not allow the body to function normally and can affect either an individual organ or an entire body system.
Tiny organisms that cause diseases are called ___.
A group of diseases caused by pathogens are called ___.
The __________ system is responsible for distinguishing between the different kinds of pathogens and reacting to each according to its type.
Diseases that are NOT caused by pathogens in the body.
Illness caused by a viral infection located in the respiratory system. Once inside the human body, the virus multiplies and attacks the mucous membranes of the nose and throat.
A highly contagious viral infection of the respiratory system. Typically causes fever, muscle aches, and a more severe cough than the common cold and usually lasts lon
A common fungal infection of the skin of the feet. The fungus may be contracted from public environments and then grows in the warm and moist environment usually between the
This disease is caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). This virus attacks the cells in the immune system making the organism unable to fight off other pathogens
A contagious disease caused by bacterial infection, symptoms include fever, pain, redness, and swelling of the throat and tonsils.
A disease that results in the glucose (sugar) level of the blood being higher than the normal range.
A disease of the nervous system that occurs when certain nerve cells in the brain stop functioning properly, affecting the muscular system,major symptoms: severe shaking
Disease of the skin caused by damaging ultraviolet rays or heredity
A disease that affects the lungs and the airways that deliver air to the lungs. It causes periodic attacks of wheezing and difficult breathing.
If someone has diabetes their body cannot produce or use properly the chemical ____.
The World Bank was created
Making, buying and selling goods and services within one country is called
Foreign trade is compatible with all of these EXCEPT
A quota is
A tariff is
An embargo is
When a country has a positive balance of payments,
The difference between the amount of currency coming into a country and the amount going out is called
Licensing
Sales taxes are paid to
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what is the median for these numbers? 5 , 5 , 3 , 5 , 5 , 4 , 3 , 6 , 9
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what is the mean for these numbers? 3 , 6 , 4 , 9 , 9 , 5
what is the median for these numbers? 5 , 8 , 7 , 8 , 5 , 6 , 7 , 2 , 6
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what is the mean for these numbers? 9 , 4 , 1 , 9 , 6 , 1
what is the median for these numbers? 2, 1, 8, 7, 10, 18, 3, 6, 6
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what is the mean for these numbers? 3 , 4 , 7 , 4 , 9 , 2 , 6
What was quitrent?
What provided the outline for the nobility system & government the proprietors planned to set up for colonists?
What was the headright method?
Between whom did a rivalry develop over the governance of Carolina?
Why did Barbadians dislike Governor Sayle?
Which group was not a part of Carolina's Grand Council?
Why did the Spanish present a problem to settlers?
Which group did not present a serious problem for the colonists?
What was an impact of the Yemassee War for the colonists?
What was not a reason for Carolina's request to become a royal colony?
All of the individuals of a given species in a specific area or region at a certain time.
All the different populations in a specific area or region at a certain time.
One or more communities in an area and the abiotic factors, including water, sunlight, oxygen, temperature, and soil.
Individual ecosystems grouped together according to the climate and the predominant vegetation and characterized by adaptations of organisms to that particular environment.
The place where an organism lives in order to obtain its food, water, shelter and other things needed for survival is called its ______.
The particular role of an organism in its environment including type of food it eats, how it obtains its food and how it interacts with other organisms is called a ______..
Indicates the position that the organism occupies in the food chain—what it eats and what eats it.
Uses pictures or words and arrows to show the movement of energy through the trophic levels of organisms.
Describe the organisms found in interconnecting food chains using pictures or words and arrows.
Show the amount of energy that moves from one trophic level to another in a food chain.
____________are large areas of ground movement of rock, earth, or debris that fall, slide, or flow on slopes due to gravity.
What can cause some seeds to break open so they can germinate, an increase in air pollution, habitat destruction, or destroying homes or property.
What might damage property, endanger humans and animals, or cause soil erosion and deposition of sediment and nutrients and creation of fertile soil.
The number of organisms in the given amount of space is called ___.
The main way that organisms are added to a population.
The maximum number of organisms that can survive in a particular ecosystem is known as the _____________ __________.
The temperature and amount of rainfall in a particular environment. Changes in temperature and the amount of rainfall from what is normal for that area can change an environment,
When the availability of the amount of any of these resources in a given area is less than what the various populations need, it becomes a
Those that get the resources survive. Those that do not, will ______ to where the resources are available or _____.
Most energy is available at the _______level of the pyramid
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in Qing China, a separate military unit made up of Manchus; the empire's chief fighting force
a group of related families
Who is the best history teacher?
What characteristic is NOT common to all mammals?
Fur is adaptation that allows mammals to
What characteristic is used to classify a mammal as a monotreme, marsupial or placental mammal?
Unlike most mammals, bats are able to
Which of these animals is a monotreme?
The function of the placenta is to
At some point in their lives, all chordates have a flexible supporting rod in their backs called a
If an animal is an ectotherm, it has
Which of these is LEAST likely to be learned by studying animal fossils?
To which phylum do vertebrates belong?
An animal whose body temperature does not change much, even when the temperature of the environment changes, is called
All plants are
Vascular plants differ from nonvascular plants in
What produces egg and sperm cells during the life cycle of a plant?
The process by which a new organism forms from the joining of an egg cell and a sperm cell is called
Which of the following is a characteristic of animals with radial symmetry?
Major functions of animals include obtaining food and oxygen, keeping internal conditions stable, movement, and
Where would fungi NOT likely thrive?
What a multicellular fungus looks like depends on how
What animal-like characteristic do euglenoids have?
Darwin conducted his research on
The fossilized armadillos that Darwin found
Natural selection could not occur without
The process by which a species becomes better suited to its environment is known as
Which of these is NOT one of Darwin's 4 major points?
When Darwin published his theory of evolution, he included all of the following ideas EXCEPT
Evidence for evolution includes all of the following except
Why are fossils hard to find?
Structures that are similar in appearance, but different in function (suggesting common ancestry) are called
The fact that some time during their development, all vertebrates have a tailbone is an example of
Closely related species showing similarities in nucleotide sequences is an example of
Limited resources and high numbers of individuals in a population results in
The condition in which two populations of the same species do not interbreed is called
The process in which new species form because of reproductive isolation is called
Which scientist had the idea of use and disuse and that phenotypic changes can be passed to offpsring?
Which scientist said that populations increase faster than food supplies?
Which scientist said that the Earth was slowly changing over many years?
Which scientist wrote to Darwin and and convinced him to publish?
Which isolating mechanism describes two species live in the same place but reproduce at different times?
Which isolating mechanism describes two species that occupy different habitats and do not mate?
A segment of DNA that controls a particular hereditary trait is a
A heterozygote is
The genetic make up of an organism is the organism's
Segregation of alleles occurs during
A heterozygous individual would have the following genotype:
A trait occuring in 200 offspring out of a total of 800 offspring has a probability of
In a monohybrid cross between two heterozygous parents, one would expect the offspring to be
In guinea pigs, black fur is dominant. A black guinea pig is crossed with a white guinea pig. If the litter contains a white offspring, the genotype of the black-haired parent is probably
If two parents with dominant phenotypes produce an offspring with a recessive phenotype, then probably
Suppose you have found a new species of plant. Some of the plants have yellow flowers, and some have red flowers. You cross a red-flowering plant with a yellow-flowering plant. All of the offspring have orange flowers. What genotype is the offspring?
Offspring of the P1 generation are called F2 generation.
An organism that is homozygous for flower color could have the genotype Qq.
A cross involving one pair of contrasting traits is a
Incomplete dominance is shown when
When Medel crossed a strain of tall pea plants with a strain of short pea plants, he observed that all of the plants in the F1 generation were all tall. This suggests
When alleles for different characteristics are on separate chromosomes, they are distributed to gametes independently. This observation is summarized by the law of
The Austrian monk that studied the heredity of pea plants and built a large foundation for genetics was
The appearance of an organism is its
To determine the genotype of an individual that shows the dominant phenotype, you would cross the individual with one that is
In a dihybrid cross between an individual with the genotype RRYY and an individual with the genotype rryy, all of the offspring will have the genotype
1. When you place your cursor over the insertion point, to what shape does it change?
2. The Ribbon contains multiple __________ with common commands grouped on each.
3. You cannot seem to locate a specific command while formatting text using commands in the Font group on the Home tab. Where can you find the dialog box launcher, which is necessary to display the dialog box with all commands?
4. What displays when you point to selected text, allowing you access to popular commands?
5. In order to save time searching for common commands, you can add tools to which toolbar located above the Ribbon?
6. Which button on the Quick Access Toolbar can you use to cancel your last command or action?
Which tab displays Backstage view?
8. Which of the following options are available in the Info group on Backstage?
9. Which of the following options are available in the Print group on Backstage?
10. What Word feature reduces the amount of time spent typing common content or phrases in a document?
11. Which of the following Word options are available when saving the document as a different file type?
Which of the following extensions applies to a Word 2013 document?
13. You no longer need to share your document with others using an earlier version of Word. Which option in Backstage can you use to deactivate Compatibility Mode and save the file in Word 2013 format?
On which tab will you find the Print options?
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What makes up mountains, riverbeds, and canyons?
This rock is made from volcanoes when the magma cools into rock.
This rock is formed by layers over time.
This rock is formed by pressure and heat.
This is when rock is BROKEN down.
This is when rock is CARRIED away.
This is the DROPPING off of rock.
These are small broken pieces of rock.
When two plates or crust come together/collide. This can make a mountain.
This is when two plates or crust move away and can form volcanoes.
The wind sang her mournful song through the falling leaves.
The mayor's voice was a strong weapon.
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Layers of soil are also called ____.
Soils form in layers and all the layers make up the __________ _________.
Nutrient rich, containing a mixture of humus, clay, and minerals, is most suitable for plant growth.
Decayed organic matter in soil is called ___.
What depends on the size of individual soil particles and is determined by the relative proportions of particle sizes that make up the soil.
Soil particles that are larger than 2mm
How freely that water flows between the pores in soil is known as ____.
Regardless of the nutrients present in the soil, if the _____ is not suitable those nutrients will be inaccessible to the organisms.
What is a type of fertilizer that alters pH and makes the soil nutrients more accessible
What is the best pH for plan growth?
When gravity causes water to flow downhill as surface water instead of soaking into the ground; this is called ________.
The top of the zone of saturation is called the _____ _____.
The area that groundwater is stored is called a(n) _____.
An area that is drained by a river and all the streams that empty into it, the tributaries, is called a
The high ground between two drainage basins.
These form where the river ends its journey into a still body of water like a lake or the ocean
These have been placed along some rivers in order to produce hydroelectric power and to offer recreation in the lakes
Earth is 71% water with _____ freshwater.
Resources are replaced through natural processes at a rate that is equal to or greater than the rate at which they are being used. Air, freshwater, soil, living things, and sunlig
Resources are exhaustible because they are being extracted and used at a much faster rate than the rate at which they were formed.
Which of the following is NOT an example of a trait?
Which of the following could be a trait of a rose?
What type of adaptation is a rattle snake’s ability to use venom on its prey?
Which of the following is an inherited trait that increases an organism’s chance of survival and reproduction
Specific traits for a toy poodle such as curly hair and smallness are an example of _____.
Which of the following adaptations attract mates for peacocks?
Which of the following is a structural adaptation in a mudskipper?
Which of the following is a behavioral adaptation?
A bird choosing yellow beetles on a brown tree, and more brown beetles surviving to reproduce is an example of
Which is NOT an example of your body maintaining homestasis?
Who Is Aria In "Love" With?
What Sport Does Spencer Play?
What Did Hanna Steel From The Mall?
Who Is Missing?
What is The Conflict Between Emily?
Who Had An Over Weight Problem?
When Emily Gets Her First "-A" Note, Where Is She?
What Was Aria's First "-A" Note Mean?
Who's Funeral Do The Four Girls' Attend At The End?
Why Is "A's" Life So Fun?
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The Tucks lived near the spring for several years before discovering its true powers.
Of all the members of the Tuck family, only the cat did not drink the water.
When there are no other people around, Winnie sometimes talks to the fence.
At the beginning of the novel, Winnie resents her parents because they don't love her.
The Tuck's found out about the effects of the spring water because when they returned to the tree after 20 years, it had not changed one bit.
Which of these characters understands the true nature of the beast?
Which of these occurred first?
What does the dead parachutist represent?
How does Jack take control?
Which of these represents hidden evil?
Who represents intelligence?
How do Samneric join Jack's tribe?
Which of these occurred first?
How does Jack find out where Ralph is hiding?
What does the beast tell Simon?
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Which of the following is a light-absorbing molecule?
Which of the following is the principal pigment in plants?
Where in the chloroplast do the light reactions take place?
Where in the chloroplast does the Calvin cycle take place?
What are the reactants in the overall equation for photosynthesis?
What are the products in the overall equation for photosynthesis?
Chlorophyll (a) reflects _______ wavelengths of light.
The wavelengths that Chlorophyll absorbs best are from these two areas of the visible light spectrum.
ATP and NADPH are products of the _______ and reactants of the _________.
What is the function of stomata?
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Which action on the part of the progressives had the least immediate effect on South Carolina?
What change did South Carolina progressives make in the treatment of prisoners in the early 1900s?
According to the 6-0-1 law, how many months of school were white children required to attend?
Which political reform was not part of the progressive agenda?
What action did Governor Richard Manning NOT take to prepare South Carolina for war?
Which military camp, established during WWI, is the primary Army training facility on the East coast today?
How did WWI impact South Carolina's economy?
How was the KKK that was revived in the 1920s different from the original organization?
Why did South Carolina benefit less from the economic boom of the 1920s?
Why were farm states, like SC, less affected by the prosperity of the 1920s?
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Which of the following is not a factor in becoming money smart?
Which of the following is not a benefit of understanding your own money personality?
The widespread financial insecurity of Americans is primarily because
What is our state insect?
What is our state tree?
What is our state animal?
What is our state dog?
What is our state beverage?
What is our state flower?
Waht is our state plant?
What is our state fish?
What is our state bird?
What our state colors?
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At your age, a fully funded emergency fund should be
Instead of borrowing money for purchases, you should set money aside in a ___ over time and pay with cash
Using the sinking fund, how much do you have to save each money to buy a $4800 car one year from now?
The saving habits of Ben and Arthur mentioned in Ch 2 best illustrate which principle of saving?
Which of the following is not a reason your emergency fund should be kept in a separate account away from your spending money
Which of the following is not one of the 3 basic reasons for saving money?
Which of the following is a reason that people don't save money?
What does it mean to have a negative savings rate?
Using the sinking fund, how much do you have to save each month to buy a $2500 TV in 6 months?
How much money would your savings balance be after one year if you have $1000 earning 2% intrest
If your monthly expenses were $3,000, your fully funded emergency fund should be
1. The Declaration of Independence includes a list of colonial grievances against King George III, including “quartering large bodies of armed troops” in the colonists’ homes. When the colonies broke from Great Britain and formed the United States, t
2. Which document contained a list of grievances committed by Britain, a statement about our unalienable rights, and established the independence of the United States of America? (8.15C)
3. The Declaration of Independence refers to King George III as a “tyrant” and “unfit to be the ruler of a free people.” What is one way that the U.S. Constitution prevents government leaders from becoming tyrants? (8.15C)
5. Which principle of the Constitution allows people to exercise power in their government? (8.15D)
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