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Foods that are low or moderate in calories, yet rich in important nutrients are called ____.
Something that is essential is called a(n) ______
________ is a group of people's way of life. It may include language, beliefs, food choices, and clothing styles.
Your mind's way of telling you to eat is known as a(n) __________.
______ is a graphic representation of a balanced meal plan.
The __________ encourage healthy people over age 2 to form healthy eating habits.
______ is a philosophy that encourages people to take responsibility for their own physical, emotional and mental health.
A person's _____ is all the food and drink he/she regularly consumes.
Any food grown with no commercial fertilizers or pesticides is called _____.
A(n) __________chooses to eat foods of plant origin.
A(n) _______________ centers on the basic foods normally served at each meal and how many meals are eaten in a day.
Using liquid and high temperatures to help tenderize and cook meat products is called _____.
Milk that has been mechanically treated to allow the fat to remain suspended in the milk, not rising to the top is called _____.
Nutrients are added to replace those lost in processing. This is called:
A flour made with only a portion of the grain kernel is __________.
Using high temperatures to cook an already tender cut of meat is called ______.
Something that will not stay fresh very long without proper storage is ______.
Milk that has been heated to a specific temperature to remove undesired bacteria has been ______.
Nutrients are added in amounts greater than naturally occurring.
A thickened milk product made from fat, flour, milk and seasonings;used as the base for many dishes is a(n) _____.
Starchy grins that are suitable for use as food-examples are corn, wheat and rice.
An agreed upon unit of measurement that all can use-teaspoon, cup, ounce, pint are examples
Choosing a serving dish and arrangement of the food to present an appealing food item to the customer is called ____
To cut food into very small cubes, 1/8x1/8x1/8 inch .
To cut food into small cubes, 1/4 in to 1/2 in.
Inorganic substances that become part of the bones, tissues and fiber are called ____.
The process used to break food down into nutrients that can be absorbed into the bloodstream is called: ______.
This occurs when a particular nutrient is missing or available in limited amounts in one\'s diet.
The process that pushes food through the digestive tract is called _______.
A(n) ____________ is a type of mental illness that affects a person\'s food habits.
Your favorite class of the entire semester was ________
Yo__________en bicleta ayer por la noche.
No ____________ muy lejos de mi casa por bicicleta.
Mi hermana, Lola, __________ conmigo ayer.
Nosotras _____________ en bicicleta hasta (to) Newport on the Levy.
Lola y yo_____ un café en el café Mammouth on Monmouth.
Nosotras _________ a nuestro amigo, Nacho.
Nacho ________ un café y dos galletas.
Todos nosotros __________ a la tienda Barnes and Noble.
Yo_________ un libro de Stephen King
Lola y yo ________ a casa a las nueve.
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It is believed there are how many languages in the world today?
The English language fits into which Language Family?
Which language family is the prominent language family in the United States?
Who helped found the Negritude movement?
True or False? Culture is NOT learned.
Which language has 885 million speakers?
After purchasing the Atlanta Falcons, Arthur Blank conducted surveys and focus groups to find out what fans wanted in their relationship with the Falcons.
Quality and customer focus are fundamental to marketing.
Marketing is made up of two distinct elements: marketing of sports and marketing by sports.
Connection to sports brands often is based on emotional attachment to a favorite athlete, team, or sport.
Marketers for a sports organization have two options to increase the value of a sports property: reduce prices or reduce sacrifices needed to experience the sports property.
) In the experience era of sports growth, technological advancements, such as smartphones and tablets, enable fans to engage with sports brands during sporting events through blogs, Facebook, and Twitter
The two reasons for the increased investment in sports sponsorships are 1) sponsors recognize the increased interest people have in sports and 2) companies view sponsorships as a means of breaking through ad clutter in traditional media.
Sponsoring international events such as the Olympics, FIFA's World Cup, and baseball's World Series helps firms build global brand identity for a small fee.
Sports participation has been positively impacted by an increased interest in personal fitness as part of an overall healthy lifestyle.
Within the 5 P's framework, the item/service offered would be the focus of the Product component.
The group or groups most likely to use a product or service is called the target market.
Product is a broad concept used to describe both tangible goods and intangible services or experiences.
Sports organizations are heavily dependent on the quality of interactions that employees have with customers.
After purchasing the Atlanta Falcons, Arthur Blank made all of the following changes based on input from fans except
The sports characteristic of ________ may make the sports brand immune to threats other brands face, such as competition for attention and switching brands when performance does not meet expectations.
When a sports property positions itself as entertainment, the concept of positioning challenge implies
Jacob really enjoys playing fantasy baseball and spends hours every week online learning about players and playing games. This is an example of which unique characteristic of sports marketing?
Creating, maintaining, and enhancing long-term relationships with individual customers as well as stakeholders for mutual benefit is
Marketing experts estimate it costs ________ times more to attract a new customer than it does to retain a current customer.
All of the following are external factors that influence sports marketing decisions except
The ________ era was between 1900 and 1950 and is considered the infancy of the sports industry in the United States.
The ________ era was between 1950 and 1990 and is characterized by the explosive growth of the sports industry because sports could be viewed in homes.
The ________ era was between 1990 and 2010 and is characterized by the increased popularity of the Internet for accessing sports information.
During the ________ era fans had the technological capability to initiate contact with a sports brand and talk with each other through venues such as Facebook and Twitter.
The increase in investments in sports sponsorships is due to the following reasons except
A major sporting event can have the most impact on a local community through
Jessica enjoys running and often participates in marathons. This would be an example of which customer-driven factor in the growth of sports and sports marketing?
In terms of the 5 P's of sports entertainment marketing, promotion focuses on
Strategies are
A statement of what an organization does, who it serves, and its goals is
An organization's ________ is (are) attributes or characteristics that matter to stakeholders, employees, customers, and local communities, such as being family-friendly.
87) Decisions about the location of a sports product are referred to as ________ decisions.
What kind of roots spread out into the surrounding soil?
What is the main food making parts of a plant?
Plant's food making process is called?
When a tree becomes _______ it loses its leaves during the winter.
What is a single, thick root called?
What carries water, minerals, and other nutrients to and from the roots?
What are bundles of tubes that carry food and water in stems and roots?
The end result of photosynthesis are?
What is the protective outer layer of a leaf called?
What absorbs water and minerals from the soil?
How many kinds of stems are there?
Tiny openings called ______allow gases and water vapor pass in and out of leaves.
During ____ a plant uses oxygen to break apart sugars and release carbon dioxide.
Extra water exits a plant through the stomata in a process called _____.
______ traps the energy from the sunlight and gives leaves their green color.
What are threadlike cells on a root that take in water and minerals called?
What holds a plant in place?
What kind of trees keep their leaves?
What kind of stems are soft, green, and bendable?
Carrots, dandelions, and grapevines are examples of plants with____ roots.
On January 10, 2012, Joe was arrested for trespassing on his neighbor’s property. When he appeared before the judge to set his trial date, the judge told him his trial would take place on January 24, 2016
What is the purpose of the Amendment process?
The United States is currently involved in a war with Iraq. Due to the high cost of the war, President Obama has urged each U.S. family to provide housing and food for three members of the military.
Jeremy was arrested for writing his name in large letters across the front of Hogg Middle School. He was put on trial without a jury because the lawyers for the government believed that, although a crime had been committed, it was not serious.
Kim is arrested for the murder of her next door neighbor. She is immediately thrown in jail for life without having a trial
Sarah is on trial for bringing a gun to school. The judge forces her to take the stand to testify.
Daniel accuses Brandon of stealing his car. The judge orders Daniel not to attend Brandon’s trial to keep the two from seeing each other.
Because Members of Congress are unhappy with students’ test scores in many states, they pass a federal law that gets rid of local school boards and requires a national test that all kids must take.
Mr. Chappelle, a hunter, opens the door of his home one day to find agents from the federal government outside. They inform him that certain parts of a new federal law allow them to take his rifles so that he may not engage in terrorist activities
Because of the debt problems, the United States government is looking for ways to cut costs. They have announced a plan during peacetime to house unmarried soldiers in the homes of American citizens who do not have children.
John’s grandfather has a collection of antique rifles, shotguns, and handguns. His neighbor is afraid of guns and reports him to the police. John’s grandfather is arrested.
The United States is currently involved in a war with Iraq. Due to the high cost of the war, President Obama has urged each U.S. family to provide housing and food for three members of the military.
After a recent terrorist attack, the federal government decides to listen in to random people’s phone calls to ensure they are not participating in terroristic activities.
On a lever, the fulcrum is...
On a lever, the load is...
On a lever, the effort is...
In a 1st class lever, the fulcrum should be placed....
In a 2nd class lever, the load should be placed....
In a 3rd class lever, the effort should be applied
In a 1st class lever, the
In a 2nd class lever, the
In a 3rd class lever, the
Mechanical advantage refers to
To determine the mechanical advantage of a lever, you
Trading distance for effort means that you can use less force to move an object, but you'll need to...
A lever with an effort arm of 12 feet, and a load arm of 2 feet, would have a mechanical advantage of...
Did your nose ________ when the ball hit you in the face?
My nose ______ for a long time after the basketball hit me in the face.
My nose was still _________ at little an hour after I was hit by the ball.
The car wheels were _________ on the ice. I could not steer.
Sometimes car wheels _______ on ice making it hard to control the car.
John _________ his wheels on the ice.
Five drivers have already ______ on the ice and lost control of their cars.
John _______ to stay home from school even though he was not sick.
Bill has _________ the same team members every day this week.
Please ________ a number between 0 and 10.
John is _________ his new car today.
I _______ to feel dizzy, and then I fell flat on my back.
I will _______ to work as soon as I finish my lunch.
I have _______ my homework, but I am not finished yet.
The workers are ________ to pick apples in the orchard.
Which of the following is produced using raw materials?
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¿Qué comes por desayuno?
Me ______ las bananas
Ellos _____ comida en la cafeteria
Nora tiene catorce años. Ana tiene diecisiete años. Ana es ____
Yo ____ las uvas
Ellos _____ la leche
José y Juan ____ las uvas.
El jugo de naraja es...
el padre de mi madre es
la madre de mi primo
es ____ tia
¿Qué comes por el almuerzo?
¿cúal es una fruta?
_______ es despues de el almuerzo
Usted ____ la sopa.
le _____ el almuerzo
Febrero es despues de ____.
la hija de mi tia es ______
La hermana de mi tía es ______
Jake tiene 66 años. alen tiene 10 años. Alen es______
Yo ______ la computadora
Nosotros _______ a las ocho anoche.
Me gusta ________.
Ellos _____ayer
Ella_____anoche
Usas la cámara digital para ________
Usas el raton para _________
Escribimos con ________
Miras con ________
nadé
Correct the sentence. Yo somos de Buenos Aires.
Correct the sentence. Martin son de Honduras.
Maya le gusta novelas. ¿Qué le gusta hacer Maya?
Max y London/Spain
Te gusta jugar al futbol y eres __.
El chico es ___ amigo.
__ amigos son simpaticos.
Beber means
La pierna
Nosotros somos ____
Yo no _________ ayer, pero tengo una prueba de matemáticas hoy.
En vez de, que significa INSTEAD OF, estudiar, yo ______por el parque.
Mi mamá __________ conmigo.
¿Qué hiciste después de clases ayer? ¿_____al centro comercial?
Tú no__________ tampoco.
Tú y Catalina ______ al café.
Mi hermano menor _______ el césped
Mis vecinos-NEIGBORS-______a la parilla-ON THE GRILL.
Mateo y Amelia _______ los platos.
Tú__________ la pizza con Teresa.
Which of the following statements is NOT part of the cell theory
What is the process by which a cell gets rid of large particles?
How is a eukaryote different from a prokaryote?
The invention of what made it possible for people to discover cells?
What is the smallest unit that can perform all the processes necessary for life?
Where do cells come from?
What happens during the process of diffusion?
During active transplant, the movement of particles from a less crowded area to a more crowded area requires
Osmosis is important in cells because
Cell size is limited by the
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what do you call our 9 planets, suns and moons?
Nebulas are found in the regions of space...
Nebulas are a mixture of gases and...
which elements are found in the gases of Nebulas?
The matter of a nebula is held together by...
How do we measure the energy of the particles in an object?
Gravity and pressure keep a nebula from collapsing by...
What 2 things can mess up the balance of gravitational pull and outside pressure in a nebula?
When a nebula collapses, small parts in the cloud get pushed together. They are called...
What is a solar nebula?
Who started to classify galaxies?
What is a galaxy?
what happens when gas in a nebula's center stops collapsing?
What are the inner planets with a rocky surface?
The center of a collapsed cloud of gas and dust is very...
what happens to the solar nebula over time?
In the solar nebula, bits of _______ collided & stuck together to form small bodies
The largest of colliding bodies in the solar system are called
Some of the largest planetismisals were far enough away to attract...
which planets are big balls of gases?
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What is the process of changing a liquid into a solid?
What temperature will water freeze at?
At what temperature will water boil?
What is a mixture?
What is a heterogeneous mixture?
What is a solvent?
Which eating disorder can be described as self-starvation?
What are you experiencing if you go to the ER with sharp pains in your lower right abdomen, fever, and vomiting?
What is not a health risk associated with eating disorders?
What nutrient starts to be digested in the mouth by saliva?
Bulimia can be described as...?
Fiber is nature's plunger. It helps to prevent disease and it helps to push food through the digestive system. Which is NOT a good source of fiber?
Saturated fats are found in animal products (meat, butter, eggs...) and are less healthy because they contain what substance?
In what digestive system organ does most nutrition (nutrients enter the bloodstream) occur?
The liver produces bile, what nutrient does it break down?
Name the very painful sores in the stomach or small intestine caused by bacteria, alcohol, and stress.
The values, beliefs, and customs of a person's society or family heritage
Conversation within the text; the words spoken by the characters
To combine details with personal knowlede
Words or phrases used in informal conversation
The attitude the author is trying to communicate
Anything that represents more than itself
Perspective from which a story is told
The way a sentence is put together
A teacher who is tired of repeating instructions may have an annoyed _____________________.
When an author's background is apparent in a story, you are noticing his _____________________.
In a Shakespearean sonnet, a group of four lines is called….
Which sonnets are written in iambic pentameter?
What is the rhyme scheme for a Shakespearean sonnet?
How many lines are in a sonnet?
Which sonnets were known as The Dark Lady sonnets?
What was the TONE of the poem 'A Dream within a Dream?
MOOD is the way….
The best theme for 'A Dream Deferred' is…..
In the line'The only other sound’s the sweep Of easy wind and downy flake.' the poet continues the sentence on the next line. This is called….
In the line 'Is all that we see or seem But a dream within a dream?' the repetition of vowel sounds is known as...
Maintaining a healthy weight can help prevent all of the following diseases EXCEPT...?
Approximately how many calories should you consume in a day?
Which of the following terms means the rate at which your body burns its fuel or converts food into energy.
The majority of calories we consume should come from what nutrient?
Distorted body image, which can lead to eating disorders, can come from all of the following EXCEPT?
What mineral is needed to make red blood cells (if you don't eat enough of it you'd become anemic)?
Which of the following is NOT a good choice when eating out at your favorite restaurant?
Pick the foods or drinks that best describes an empty calorie food.
How many calories are in a pound of stored body fat?
Which mineral, that we get from dairy products like milk, helps to make our bones stay strong?
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Es importante que tú (estudiar) para los exámenes.
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Yo pedí que ellos (hacer) la tarea.
Queremos (traer) el pastel.
Me alegraba de que mi clase (participar) en la actividad.
Ellas esperan que yo (poder) ir a la fiesta.
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Mis padres recomendaban que mis hermanos y yo (limpiar) nuestras habitaciones.
The parts of an experiment that need to be kept the same.
The if part of the hypothesis is called the
The variable I (scientist) am testing, It is what I want to know
This variable goes on the Y axis of a graph
An experimente was completed to determine the effects of different amounts of vitamin C on health. The different levels of Vitamin C are?
This is an example of: If you study for the test, then you will have a higher grade.
In an experiment, plants are given different amounts of fertilizer. What is the control?
An experiment was conducted to determine second hand smoke's effect on mice health. What is the health of the mice?
In an experiment, the variable the scientist changes is called the
The part of the experiment that is used to compare with the experimental group
What keeps research within moral boundaries and prevents unnecessary suffering or harm to organisms?
What is used to separate cells from the blood they are found in?
What is used to measure small volumes of liquids?
What is used to transport a measured volume of liquid?
What is used to determine the number of cells in a specimen?
Information about the nitrogen cycle is
Studying plant development is
The development of fertilizer to help plants grow faster
In an experiment, plants are given different amounts of fertilizer. What is the constant?
In an experiment, plants are given different amounts of fertilizer. What is the dependent variable?
Waxy substance that can cause a build up on artery walls causing blockages.
Rate at which the body burns its fuel or converts food into energy.
Sickness caused by eating food that has been contaminated with germs.
Foods that have lots of calories instead of a lots of nutrients...junk food.
Parts of grains, beans, fruits, veggies that the body can't breakdown, I call it nature's plunger.
The emotional desire for food?
Substances (carbs, water, protein, fats, minerals, vitamins) in food that your body needs to function.
Dissolves in (certain vitamins dissolve in fat and others in water).
Painful sores in the stomach or small intestine caused by bacteria, stress, or alcohol.
Disease that causes brittle bones because the body steals calcium from the bones (people with eating disorders for example).
Each Society has its own _____ that includes attitudes, knowledge, and behaviors of a group?
People have carved their name or symbols into this rock for approximately 2,000 years.
A person send to do religious work in another land is called what?
Culture is learned what two ways.
Which of the below is NOT an element of culture?
There are ______ of religions around the world.
True or False? Many Religions have common elements.
This Religion has no teacher or leader.
Which of the below religions has the largest following worldwide?
Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism are…
What is known as human communication if the form of writing, speaking or signing?
True or False? ¼ of the world speaks an Indo-European language.
Sharing a language leads to…
When people interact with a new language they do what with the language they come into contact with?
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In the production process, which of the following events comes first?
In the production process, which of the following events comes last?
Which of the following statements about Reginald Rose is NOT true?
12 Angry Men was first
Why is West Side Story so significant in musical theatre history?
Projection means
Credibility means
The best definition of the protagonist is
The best definition of the antagonist is
The purpose and function of technical design in theatre is
What are the basic categories of technical design?
The theatre began as what?
The first group of actors were called what?
True or False: Women were allowed to perform in Greek plays.
Diction is
Film started essentially as stage plays being recorded. The camera took the place of the what?
Who originally votes not guilty in 12 Angry Men?
Ziegfeld Follies was different from Showboat because
George Melies is most famous for...
What is the setting of 12 Angry Men?
If an actor is _______ to the audience, they can be seen.
Blocking is
Choose the best example of a prop
Choose the best example of set
True or false: Set and setting are the same thing.
Who finances the show (pays the bills)?
Who is in charge of the artistic concept?
Who is in charge of getting things built for the show?
Who organizes rehearsals?
Who is in charage of a specific design area?
A rendering is
A costume plot
A ground plan
Theme is
True or false: Theatre is drama as an art or profession
True or False: The antagonist is always an obstacle
True or False: Cold readings and read-throughs are always the same thing.
True or False: The cast list is posted before callbacks
What was the 1st sci-fi movie ever made?
A character's super-objective is
True or False: Narrative Essentials are Plot, Characters, Setting & Theme
True or False: Q lists are lists of Qs
True or False: A fancy living room is an example of how set can establish character.
True or False: A cue is the change in lights or sound.
True or False: The designer is in charge of making all of the costumes.
True or False: Monologues are pieces of dialogue in a play.
True or False: Auditions are like job interviews.
True or False: Choreography is singing in plays.
True or False: Stakes are the risks you run by failing or succeeding.
True or False: Triple Threats are people who write, produce and direct plays.
Two friends decide to buy a townhome. They disagree about how much each person should receive when they sell. Which DISADVANTAGE of buying is this?
The Foremans are debating whether to rent or buy a home. Mr. Foreman is disabled and Mrs. Foreman is retired. Which would be an ADVANTAGE of renting?
The Tatums, a low-income family, obtained a loan from Federal Housing to build their new home. Which type of mortgage or special loan is this?
The Fultons sold the home in which they were currently living while the owner completed repairs to the home they would purchase. Which step in purchasing a home is this?
The Mabreys decided the price, characteristics, age, and size of home they are looking for. Which step in purchasing a home is this?
Jane's landlord signed an agreement to allow her to sublet her apartment if needed. What type of document is this?
The Klines made sure the refrigerator and dishwasher were working before they signed a lease to rent. Which part of the rental property is being inspected?
The Abbots checked the apartment house laundry room was clean and functioning well before they signed a lease to rent. Which part of the rental property is being inspected?
The Elams are considering buying or renting a home for their growing family. Which would be an advantage of buying?
John is very busy. He is looking for housing for singles, with no outside maintenance and a place to entertain. Which type of housing would BEST match his housing wants and needs?
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Answer in Spanish: ¿Cuántos años tienes?
Translate into Spanish: My favorite meal is lunch
Translate into Spanish: We have a big dog
Which of the following describes the place where Brock lives?
Before Brock goes outside for the first time he
How was Brock raised as a child?
When Brock first finds the puppy, the puppy is
The last thing Brock does in the story is
What does 'evasive' mean?
Someone who is 'languishing' is living in a state of
What is 'reproof?'
If the food at a party is 'copious' it is
What does 'posterity' mean?
Which of the following describes the dome where Brock lives?
Which event takes place before Brock meets the dog?
Brock brings Brog into the dome because he
The people in Brock's world
Brock bites Brog on the tail because he
Someone who is 'foresighted' is able to
A 'disembodied' voice is a voice
What is a 'foray'?
What is the meaning of 'evasive'?
What does 'languishing' mean?
Two basketballs are projected off the edge of a table, one red and one yellow. The yellow one has a horizontal velocity of 5.0 m/s; the red one has a horizontal velocity of 3.5 m/s. (Assume air resistance is negligible). Choose the true statement.
Two basketballs are projected off the edge of a table, one red and one yellow. The yellow one has a horizontal velocity of 5.0 m/s; the red one has a horizontal velocity of 3.5 m/s. (Assume air resistance is negligible). Choose the true statement.
Two basketballs are projected off the edge of a table, one red and one yellow. The yellow one has a mass of 5.0 g; the red one has a mass of 3.5 g. (Assume air resistance is negligible). Choose the true statement.
Two basketballs are projected off the edge of a table, one red and one yellow. The yellow one has a mass of 5.0 g; the red one has a mass of 3.5 g. (Assume air resistance is negligible). Choose the true statement.
Two basketballs are projected off the edge of 2 tables, one red and one yellow. The yellow one has an initial height of 5.0 m; the red one has an initial height of 3.5 m. (Assume air resistance is negligible). Choose the true statement.
Two basketballs are projected off the edge of 2 tables, one red and one yellow. The yellow one has an initial height of 5.0 m; the red one has an initial height of 3.5 m. (Assume air resistance is negligible). Choose the true statement.
A marble is rolled into a center of a spiral tube that is lying on a table (neglect gravity). What shape path will it follow when it emerges?
If you drop an object from a cliff, the shape of the Vertical Velocity vs. Time graph will have what shape?
If you drop an object from a cliff, the shape of the Vertical Position vs. Time graph will have what shape?
If you drop an object from a cliff, the shape of the Horizontal Position vs. Time graph will have what shape?
If you throw an object from a cliff, the shape of the Horizontal Velocity vs. Time graph will have what shape?
A white Ping-Pong ball is projected off the edge of a 1.0-m-high table with a horizontal velocity of 7.0 m/s. An orange Ping-Pong ball is DROPPED from the same height as the white one. Choose the true statement.
A white Ping-Pong ball is projected off the edge of a 1.0-m-high table with a horizontal velocity of 7.0 m/s. An orange Ping-Pong ball is DROPPED from the same height as the white one. Choose the true statement.
Was life difficult for the Pilgrims in Plymouth Colony? Why?
How did the Native Americans help the Pilgrims?
What happened to half the Pilgrims their first year?
Who did the Pilgrims invite to their big celebration?
We still celebrate a day just like the Pilgrims. We call that day
When do we celebrate Thanksgiving now?
Who brought most of the food to the first Thanksgiving?
What food do many Americans eat on Thanksgiving today?
The past tense of eat is
The past tense of come is
Decentralized planning, adjustments to changes in the market, and producers and consumers controlling the economy represent a ____ economy.
Consumers, producers, buyers, and sellers participate in Australia's economy, but the government makes some safety and manufacturing standardstandards. This represents a _____ economy.
Which of the following countries has more economic freedom, being closer to the market end of the continuum.
Strong elements of the ____ economy are found in the Aboriginal culture.
A government that makes all of the economic decisions about what to produce, how to produce, and for whom to produce is a _______ economy.
In reality, no country has a pure command or pure market economy so it can be said that all countries have a _____ economy with varying extents of government involvement.
Australia has an economic system where
A way that the government of a country could make its economy more market would be to
Who decides what goods will be produced in Australia?
Australia's economy can best be described as
Although Judaism, Islam and Christianity are similar one key difference is
The religions of Judaism, Islam and Christianity all have which characteristic in common.
The reason for division between Sunni and Shia Muslims is based on the issue of
What was the dominant religion in Southwest Asia (Middle East) before European partitioning?
What religion do MOST people in Southwest Asia practice today?
Which sect of Islam believes that its leader should be a direct descendant of Muhammad?
Which of the following is NOT one of the three major religions that originated in Southwest Asia?
Iran, Syria, and Lebanon are Muslim nations. Israel was created so that Jews could live there. Most Southwest Asians Jews live in which nation?
Which statement about Southwest Asia today is true?
Literacy rates in Southwest Asia have risen dramatically in the 20th century. What will MOST LIKELY happen as a result of the rising literacy rates?
The oldest of the three major religions of Southwest Asia is
Around the time of Jesus’ death circa 33 CE, his followers started to spread his teachings. This led to the growth of which major religion?
What is one thing MOST Arabs, Kurds, and Persians have in common?
Which of the following is one of the Five Pillars of Islam?
One important reason for Israel’s high standard of living is that
The division between Shi’a and Sunni Muslims resulted from a dispute over
Cultural community with common ancestry. Often shares language. Often shares traditions. This BEST describes...
The religion of Islam is split into sects. The majority of Muslims belong to which sect?
The Five Pillars represent the main beliefs of what religion?
Abraham, the father of the Hebrew people, is sometimes considered the founder (father-patriarch) of all three monotheistic religions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam because,,,
What is an instrument that measures air pressure?
What is the process in which water moves from the surface of Earth to the air and back again?
What is the process by which a gas changes into a liquid?
What is a large body of air?
What is a process by which a liquid changes into a gas?
What is a tropical storm with wind speeds of 119 km/hr (74 mi/hr) or more.
What is the instrument that measures wind speed?
What is the instrument that measures wind speed?
Of the following temperatures, which is the lowest at which liquid rain is likely to fall?
If you are hoping for a snowy day, which of these weather changes might bring snow?
Matter is anything that takes up space and has_________.
Even if I manipulate or change matter, the _______will stay the same.
Which one is NOT a state of matter?
States of matter are based on if I add or take away heat which causes _____________.
Molecules that move quickly past each other with no definite shapes is a________.
molecules move slowly and it has a definite shape
What is water in a gas form?
What is water in a solid form?
descriptions I can make using my senses- luster, size/shape, color density, texture, states of matter (solid, liquid, and gas)
a change in the way matter looks without changing it to a new kind of matter
ripping, cutting, breaking, folding, tearing, melting, evaporating, condensation, and freezing are all forms of __________
a characteristic of matter that can be observed only when matter is changed into something new....Not simply with your senses.
a change in matter that produces a new kind of matter with different properties (cannot be reversed)
What is the process of changing a solid into a liquid?
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gato
perro
conejo
caballo
cabra
vaca
pollo
oveja
pato
puerco
shark
fish
whale
crab
dolphin
giraffe
lion
monkey
elephant
zebra
schooners
navigation
fronds
cay
catchment
frangipani
pompano
stunned
submerged
salvaged
sea grape
voodoo
malaria
What type of shelter did Timothy make?
Why did Timothy want Phillip to spell the word help for him?
What did Timothy do with the rope he made?
Why did Timothy hit Phillip?
Phillip began to change the day Timothy hit him. How did he change?
What does Phillip do so that he can walk around the whole island without Timothy's help?
Why did Timothy put the raft in the ocean?
Es un pez azul con problemas de memoria
Es una tortuga marina grande.
Es una tortuga marina pequena.
Es la sobrina del dentista
Es una estrella de mar.
Es el maestro en la escuela en el mar.
Es un tiburon muy grande.
Es un pelicano con una boca grande.
Es un pez muy gordo.
El pez amarillo dice _____________
You should only choose graphics that ________.
The basic unit of a PowerPoint presentation is the _____________.
__________________ specifies the height of the characters.
The _____________ is the appearance of typed characters.
The __________ tab is the tab curently displayed.
To make your presentation more imporessive you can add ____________.
THe __________ is the primary tab that contains the more frequently used commands.
A presentation is also called a _______________.
_____________ is the control center in PowerPoint.
MIcrosoft Office ___________ is a complete presentations graphics program that allows you to produce professional-looking presentations.
The _______ view is the default view that allows you to work in three working areas simultaneously.
The ________ is the mode in which the presentation appears on the screen.
The SMartArt feature is part of Microsoft office _____.
What are the short-cut keys used to PASTE THE TEXT in a document?
Short-Cuts: What are the short-cut keys used to CUT THE TEXT in a document?
What are the short-cut keys used to COPY TEXT in a document?
What are the short-cut keys used to UNDERLINE TEXT in a document?
What are the short-cut keys used to MAKE LETTERS ITALIC in a document?
What are the short-cut keys used to MAKE LETTERS BOLD in a document?
The Microsoft Clip Organizer contains __________.
I have 6 faces, 12 edges and 8 vertices. I can be a box, an icecube, a TV or a cage. What am i?
I have 5 faces, and my base is a square. I can be a pyramid, a tent, or a mountain. What am I?
I have 3 faces and 2 edges. I can be a water tank, a pipe or a candle. What am I?
I am an archimedean solid. I have 62 faces, 60 vertices and 120 edges what am I?
I have 2 faces, and 1 edge. On Earth there are 2 of me. I am half of a sphere. what am I?
I have 2 faces, 1 edge and 1 point. I can be a party hat or an icecream cone. What am I?
I look like a basketball. What am I?
I'm Shaped like a wall clock. What am I?
Which Looks like a soccer ball?
Which is shaped like a cube?
The length of a classroom is 8 feet and the width is 5 feet. What is the area?
Mrs. Smith wants to plant flowers in her flower bed. She has 4 feet by 12 feet of space to plant her flowers. What is the area of the flower bed?
The length of an rectangle is 48 inches and the width is 12 inches, what is the perimeter?
A rectangular picture frame can be 7cm by 8cm. What is the perimeter?
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A scorpion stalks, kills, and then eats a spider. Based on its behavior, which ecological terms describe the scorpion?
Which organisms are dependent upon other animals for food?
Certain bacteria living in a human's large intesting help to produce vitamin K. This relationship is an example of
A certain plant requires moisture, oxygen, carbon dioxide, light, and minerals in order to survive. This statement shows that a living organism depends on
Which is a biotic factor operating within an ecosystem?
All of Earth's water, land, and atmosphere within which life exists is known as
Most autotrophs store energy in the form of
The timber wolves, rabbits, and vegetation in a particular region of northern New York together constitute part of a
All the plants, animals, and protists living in a forest make up a
Which life process is classified as autotrophic in some organisms and heterotrophic in other organisms?
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How did the Tennessee Valley Authority improve the lives of people in rural areas of Southern states?
Why were farmers forced to leave their homes during the Dust Bowl?
What motivated the Bonus Army to march on Washington, D.C. in 1932?
Which of the following was a group that would have been competing for land in the Ohio River Valley in the 1700s?.
Who is responsible for turning around the British fortunes during the French and Indian War?
What is a force that is made up of civilians trained as soldiers, but not part of the regular army?
What was the name of the act that drew a settlement line along the Appalachian Mountains that intended to keep settlers from getting into war with Native Americans?
Which act required the colonists to house British troops that had been sent to help them in the French and Indian War?
Which of the following was a response acts and taxes by the British?
What are Writs of Assistance?
Which of the following was a violent outbreak between protesting colonists and British soldiers?
What was the act that put a tax on many items such as molasses?
What is a monopoly?
What was the main problem the colonists had with British taxes?
What was a very important food item to the colonists as well as most British citizens?
Who was a group of Americans that dumped tea off of ships in Boston Harbor dressed as Native Americans?
How did the colonists respond to the Intolerable Acts?
The first shot of the American Revolution was fired at what location?
What do you call someone who favored the idea of Independence?
What was the name of the petition sent to the King in hopes of ending the war and resolving the conflict?
By and large, which side did enslaved African Americans and Native Americans favor?
Which battle showed that the British would not be easy to defeat but that the Americans would fight hard?
What was an important result of the battle of Fort Ticonderoga?
A bond formed when atoms share one or more pairs of electrons is called a(n) ____________.
A(n) ______________ is the composition of a compound in terms of the relative numbers and kinds of atoms in the simplest ratio.
The angle formed by two bonds to the same atom is called ___________.
The attractive force that holds atoms or ions together is called a(n) _________________
A(n) ____________ is a bond formed by the attraction between positively charged metal ions and the electrons around them.
An ion made of two or more atoms is called a(n) _________________
_______________ is the average distance between the nuclei of two bonded atoms.
A(n) ____________ is a bond formed by the attraction between oppositely charged ions.
A chemical formula that shows the number and kinds of atoms in a molecule, but not the arrangement of atoms is called a(n) _______________.
_________________ is the arrangement of atoms in a substance.
What is pink eye?
What is keratin?
What is dandruff?
What is an astigmatism?
What is nearsightedness?
What are follicles?
What are cuticles?
What is farsightedness?
What is a ingrown toenail?
What is a whitehead?
What is a cavity?
What is acne?
What is plaque?
What is tartar?
What is the subcutaneous layer?
What is dermis?
What is gingivitis?
What is the epidermis?
What is malocclusion?
What is orthodontics?
Ecology is ________________________
Which of the following organism can make their own food?
WHich of the following is an example of parasitism?
WHich is an example of commensalism?
WHich is an example of mutualism?
Which of the following organisms is a secondary consumer?
A plant makes its own food through the process of _____________.
The maximum number of species that can live in the same ecosystem and survive is called the areas' _________________.
A gradual change is an ecosystem is called ___________.
Which of the following is an abiotic factor?
All of the following is an abiotic factor except....
Which of the following is a pattern in space?
WHich of the following would cause a population of grasshoppers to decrease?
WHat type of symiotic relationship occurs when both species benefit?
How do plants produce energy?
Animals that are so similar they can reproduce are members of the same _________.
The _______________ is a hot, dry ecosystem.
All the plants and animals that live in a particular area are members of the same ______
A hawk's keen eyesight is an example of ___________________.
The _______________ is extremely cold with little plant life because of its permanent layer of frozen soil.
WHat instrument is used to measure wind speed?
A ___________ occurs when wind blows from the sea to land.
Which layer of the atmosphere contains the ozone layer?
Which instrument is used to record the temperature?
_______________ clouds are white, puffy and often lead to fair weather?
________________ clouds form when it is very wet and rainy.
The condition of the atmosphere over a short period of time is ___________.
A ________________ studies the weather.
A _______________ mesasure the amount of rain fall.
______________ is the moisture in the air.
A_______________ occurs when wind blows from the land to sea.
As your elevation increases the air pressure
Warm air is ____________ dense than cold air.
Whixh layer of the atmosphere contains the ozone layer which protects us from UV light?
Which layer contain weather?
A _____________ front does not move for many days and will cause rain.
Which weather instrument measures wind direction?
How would you describe thunderstorm clouds?
Which instrument meaures relative humidity?
____________________ is waether conditions over an extended period of time (years).
Translate into English: El invierno
Translate into English: La prima
Translate into English: Las habichuelas/los frijoles
Translate into English: El traje
Translate into English: Los brazos
Answer in Spanish: ¿Cómo te llamas?
Answer in Spanish: ¿De dónde eres?
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Find the circumference of a circle with a radius of 4.3 (use 3.14 for pi)
Find the circumference of a circle with a radius of 5 (use 3.14 for pi)
Find the circumference of a circle with a radius of 2 (use 3.14 for pi)
Find the circumference of a circle with a radius of 1.5 (use 3.14 for pi)
Find the circumference of a circle with a diameter of 8 (use 3.14 for pi)
Find the circumference of a circle with a diameter of 7 (use 3.14 for pi)
Find the circumference of a circle with a radius of 12 (use 3.14 for pi)
Find the circumference of a circle with a radius of 3.6 (use 3.14 for pi)
Find the circumference of a circle with a diameter of 2 (use 3.14 for pi)
Find the circumference of a circle with a diamter of 6 (use 3.14 for pi)
Which of the following is a direct proportion?
In which of the following proportions does x=6?
Which answer best explains how proportions and percents have things in common?
How do you solve a porportion?
What is the value of N in this proportion? 8/20 = N/30
Which of the following is a proportion?
Which proportion is solved correctly?
What proportion is not correct?
What activity would require using proportions?
Which of the following is a proportion?
Comets tails always point ______________the Sun.
What forms the dust and gas tails of a comet?
A comet that approaches the Sun every one hundred years would be classified as a ________________ comet.
When Earth runs into the dust trail left behind by a comet that is orbiting the Sun, Earth experiences a ______________.
Where do long period comets spend most of their existence?
On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being very unlikely and 10 being very likely, how likely is it that a comet will strike the Earth during your lifetime?
When a long-period comet is farthest from the Sun in its orbit, which features of the comet exist?
Where do short-period comets originate?
_______________ have a nearly circular orbit.
What is the cloud of gases that forms around the nucleus of a comet called?
The sentence "Susan runs like the wind" is an example of
The difference between tone and mood of a passage is:
Number the Stars is an example of
The overall message or lesson of a story.
Which word has a positive connotation?
What is the sentence "The book screamed as it hit the loud floor" is an example of
An interruption in the story of an earlier event
What was the author's purpose in writing an article titled "Lewisville Must Require Earlier Curfew Times"
What would be the best theme for "Number the Stars"
Most exciting part of a story
Which layer of the Sun\\\'s atmosphere is the hottest?
The Sun\\\'s density is greatest in which region?
Most of the light from the Sun is in which part of the electromagnetic spectrum?
The Sun\\\'s energy moves within the radiative zone via_____________.
An Aurora is produced when there is a collision between ________________ and _______________ in Earth\\\'s upper atmosphere.
Which statement BEST explains why the Sun is a star?
Our Sun is considered a(n) ___________________ star.
Ninety percent of the Sun is composed of which element?
Nuclear fusion occurs in which region of the Sun?
Which region of the Sun is brightest in x-ray and uv images?
Add (14x + 5) + (10x + 5)
Add (-13x^2 - 13x -10) + (19x^2 - 19x - 5)
Subtract (6x + 14) - (9x + 5)
Subtract (15x^2 - 9x + 9) - (13x^2 + 15x - 5)
Multiply (2x^2)(4x^4)
Multiply (3xz)(-4 x^2 y)
6x(-3x^2 + 2x + 1)
Multiply (x + 2)(x + 3)
Multiply (x - 8)(x - 4)
Multiply (2x + 4)(x + 3)
Approximately how old is the Sun?
What is the secondmost abundant element in the universe?
What round object is formed when gas and dust are pulled together by gravity, but before nuclear fusion has begun?
What round object is formed when gas and dust are pulled together by gravity, but before nuclear fusion has begun?
When does a star reach equilibrium?
A ___________ is a massive ball of hot gas (plasma) that creates its own energy via nuclear fusion
In nuclear fusion reaction, the mass of the products is less than the mass of the reactants. What happens to this "missing mass"
What do most stars originally form as?
What is the most abundant element in the universe?
Stars are born, they go through changes, and then they ________.
In the Middle East during Neolithic times, the development of farming brought about
Which arrangement represents the most likely sequence in history?
Mesopotamia means
One reason early civilizations developed in some areas like the Middle East and not others is
The Senators justified the killing of Caesar because
Which of the following civilizations’ writing system has yet to be deciphered (understood)?
23. The combination of religious and political authority in Ancient Egypt my be described as
Which civilization developed the “Mandate of Heaven?”
This early Greek philosopher always answered a question with another question to encourage individual thought. He eventually was put to death for questioning the government and “co
A government that was ruled by a few powerful people is called?
All of the following can be said of Jesus EXCEPT that he
Which of the following did Russia adopt from the Byzantines?
One similarity between the Five Pillars of Islam and the Ten Commandments is that both
The most practiced religion in India is
The Qu’ran, jihad, and the hegira are most closely associated with the practice of
26. Confucius believed that social order, harmony, and good government could be achieved if society was organized around five basic
This is one of the oldest of the revealed world-religions. It stresses the ideas that the world is a battle ground between good and evil. This religion is called
The Five Pillars of Islam contain all of the following EXCEPT
The blending of traditional African animism with worldly religions such as Christianity and Islam was called
A major goal of the Christian Church during the Crusades was to
Flood water pounding against a canyon wall and wearing it down
Rain washing away soil from a hillside
Layers of sediment forming at the bottom of the ocean
A mudslide flowing down a steep hill
Acid rain dissolving the surface of marble statues
Water getting into cracks, freezing, and breaking the rocks or pavement apart
Wind blowing sand from one location to another
Wind blasting sand at rock and carving out arches
Glaciers scraping rocks across the Earth's surface
Waves dropping sand on the beach
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The Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s expanded the influence of African Americans by
What title best describes the following historical events -- Fads and Flappers...Harlem Renaissance...Chalres Lindbergh...Stock Market Crash?
A young woman who rebelled against traditional ways of thinking
The historic period during which alcoholic beverages were banned
A person who leaves one's country to live in a foreign land
A person who smuggled or made illegal liquor
What impact did the Eighteenth Amendment have on society?
What amendment made alcohol illegal (Prohibition)?
What amendment ENDED prohibition (made alcohol LEGAL again)?
The doctrine of Manifest Destiny had become obsolete.
Involvement in the Spanish-American War, acquisition of Hawaii, and introduction of the Open Door policy in China were actions taken by the United States Government to
The principle that the United States has the right to act as the, policeman of the Western Hemisphere, and intervene in the internal affairs of Latin American nations was established by the
During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, United States policy toward Latin America was most strongly characterized by
Which United States policy is most closely associated with the annexation of Hawaii and the Philippines?
Yellow journalists created support for the Spanish-American War by writing articles about the
Which factor is most closely associated with the decision of the United States to declare war on Spain in 1898?
News organizations were engaging in yellow journalism before the Spanish-American War when
Which argument was used to support United States acquisition of overseas possessions in the late 1800’s?
Early in the 20th century, Presidents William Taft and Woodrow Wilson used the concept of dollar diplomacy to
A significant cause of the Great Depression of the 1930’s was that
What is the name of the high tariff that played a major role in causing the Great Depression?
During the 1920s, which economic trend helped cause the Great Depression?
Which speaker best expresses the main idea of rugged individualism?
When the Great Depression began in 1929, the most common economic belief supported by the Republican Party was that
In 1929, 4 million automobiles were made in the US. In 1932, 1 million were made. In 1937, 4 million were made....Which conclusion can be drawn based on those numbers?
An important factor contributing to the start of the Great Depression in the United States was the
Which situation was a basic cause of the Great Depression?
Which event is most closely associated with the end of the Great Depression?
In the 1920s, which economic factor led to the Great Depression?
Which economic trend of the 1920s helped cause the Great Depression?
Which conditions are most characteristic of an economic depression?
Which factor contributed most to this conversation --- Economist: ''Why didn't you save during the good times?'' Poor Man:''I did!''
Which economic factor was a major cause of the Great Depression?
If you spread rumors about classmates on Facebook, you are guilty of
Which amendment protects your right to a grand jury hearing?
Why is the process of discovery important for civil and criminal cases?
How is the court system different for juveniles and adults?
If you steal a classmate's phone while threatening them, you are guilty of . . .
When would a plaintiff accept a settlement?
The 8th Amendment protects people accused of crime from . . .
If you are on trial, which of the following is a right you have under the Constitution?
How many of the jurors must agree that you are guilty or not guilty to create verdict?
If you are on trial and you are acquitted, what does it mean?
What is the goal of the juvenile justice system?
When referencing a line or lines of a poem, line numbers should be given. If you are writing about more than one line of poetry, lines should be divided using a __.
Which of the following is NOT part of the SEAT format?
__—using only one or a few words; use quotation marks around those words only
Plays, novels, long poems, website titles, magazine titles, movie titles, and books should be italicized or __.
Articles, chapter titles, song titles, poems, short stories, and essays should be __.
Periods and commas always go __ quotation marks.
Omitting words within a quote; use __ between
Adding or changing words within a quote; use __ to set off the change
Any time you use someone else’s words or ideas, you must give credit to that person, whether you quote directly or just paraphrase. If you do not give credit to your sources it is considered __.
As a rule, anyone you do not personally know should be referred to by their __.
In western Europe, the Middle Ages began after the collapse of which empire?
The European feudal system was
Medieval life in Europe was characterized by
In western Europe during the early Middle Ages, education declined as a direct result of the
Which economic system existed in Europe during the Middle Ages?
The Roman Catholic Church during the Middle Ages in Europe can best be described as a church that
Desire to be released from feudal obligations; defense of the Holy Land; forgiveness of sins; desire for wealth from the Middle East. All of these things are similar because they are all
A direct result of the Crusades was that
What was one direct result of the Crusades?
All things were under its domain...its power was such that no one could hope to escape its scrutiny. ....Which European institution during the Middle Ages is best described by this statement?
Which New Deal reforms most directly targeted the basic problem of the victims of the Dust Bowl?
A major criticism of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s programs to combat the Great Depression was that these programs
Which statement is accurate about American culture during the Great Depression?
Deficit spending by the Federal Government as a means of reviving the economy is based on the idea that
When the Great Depression began in 1929, the most common economic belief supported by the Republican Party was that
Section 202. (a) Every qualified individual shall be entitled to receive.. . on the date he attains the age of sixty-five,.. . and ending on the date of his death, an old-age benefit. . . A major purpose of this section of Federal legislation was
The effectiveness of the New Deal in ending the Great Depression is difficult to measure because
Which speaker best expresses the main idea of rugged individualism?
A major result of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal was
The election of Franklin D. Roosevelt to the Presidency in 1932 reflected the desire of many Americans to
A lasting result of the New Deal in the United States has been the
The main purpose of New Deal measures such as the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) was to
Which New Deal program was chiefly designed to correct abuses in the stock market?
Critics charged that President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s plan to increase the number of Supreme Court Justices was clearly in conflict with
In the 1930’s, the enactment of New Deal programs demonstrated a belief that
The clash between President Franklin D. Roosevelt and the United States Supreme Court over New Deal laws best illustrates the operation of
The New Deal changed political thinking in the United States because it supported the idea that the
The creation of the Tennessee Valley Authority is an example of
What is an economic depression?
Stock Market Crash, Overproduction, and underconsumption are all ...
Which of the following were effects of the great depression?
Which President created reforms called the New Deal?
Which best describes the Dust Bowl?
Who was president when the depression BEGAN?
What is the Stock Market?
Who was president during the New Deal?
By 1932, what did most Americans think of President Hoover's efforts to end the Depression?
Eleanor Roosevelt called attention to women's issues during the depression by
Projects funded by the government for public use
What was a major result of President Herbert Hoover’s use of the military to drive the Bonus Army out of the nation’s capital?
The primary purpose of the National Labor Relations Act of 1935 (Wagner Act) was to
What was one economic consequence of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal?
Which geographic area was most seriously affected by the Dust Bowl of the 1930s?
In 1937, President Franklin D. Roosevelt sought to increase the number of Supreme Court justices because
Why were Americans concerned with New Deal deficit spending?
Inflation worries were created by New Deal deficit spending because the US was -
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Excel: An alternative to clicking the Paste button is to _______.
You can have up to ______ worksheets in a workbook. (Not how many it starts with!)
Excel: You can insert a row by using the ______ command on the shortcut menu.
Excel: You can auto fit the width of a column by
Excel: You can use the fill handle to ________.
Excel: The basic unit of a worksheet into which you enter data is called a _______.
Excel: A printed version of a worksheet is called a ______.
Excel: By default, Excel positions text in a cell _______.
Excel: The _______ on a Worksheet is one in which you can enter data.
Excel: To make more than one cell into one, highlight the cells and then click the _________ button.
Excel: To display additional decimal places in a cell, click the _____ button on the Ribbon.
Excel: In Excel, any set of characters containing a letter, hyphen, or space is considered ________.
Excel: By default, Excel provides 3 worksheets - you need only two of them, how will you delete the third one?
Excel: To control the color and thickness of a border outlining a range, Excel requires that you use the Border sheet in the ______ dialog box.
Word: Zoom
Word: underlined in RED
Word: Words underlined in GREEN
Word: Word wrap is used to
Word: A window on a computer is
Word: taskbar
Word: The status bar
Computer System: The start button
Word: A screen tip
Word: The SAVE button
Word: The save as button
Word: The ruler bars
Word: The ribbon tabs
Word: The quick access toolbar
Word: The Office Button
Word: The minimize button on word
Who became President upon Nixon\'s resignation?
Rachel Carson\'s book led to the creation of this:
Carter\'s greatest foreign policy accomplishment
Early 80\'s switch to concentrating on private interests over public programs
Supply side economics cut taxes on...
All of the following were important domestic issues under Reagan EXCEPT
This scandal over arms hurt public perception of the Reagan Administration
This Soviet leader changed Russian society in the 80\'s, leading to the fall of the USSR
The first Gulf War, Desert Storm, was mainly fought to:
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