HTML Site Map

Homepage Last updated: 2016, August 13
Total pages: 368797

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 [167] 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369
368432 pages
A measure of voltage at a particular point in an electric field.
Prefix that means "below". (e.g. infrared)
Prefix that means "light".
Word root that refers to "heat".
Word root that refers to "water".
Meaning of "kinesis".
Prefix meaning one-thousandth (10^-3)
Prefix meaning "small" (10^-6)
Word root meaning to "measure".
Prefix that means "beyond". (e.g. ultraviolet)
A "nanometer" is _____ meter(s).
The cytoplasm in a cell carries out a function
Which cell structure is correctly paired with its primary function
When changes occur in the genes of sex cells,these changes
Asexual reproduction produces offspring that each contain
Sweating is a process that helps cool the body during strenuous exercise. This is an example of
Which statement best describes a human chromosome?
Which group would most likely have the greatest survival success during a long period of environmental
The ability of an enzyme molecule to interact with specific molecules is most directly determined by the
The disease known as malaria may result in a fever, a decrease in red blood cells, and an enlarged liver and spleen. These symptoms are evidence of
A new bird species is introduced to control an insect pest. A negative consequence of this action is that the new bird species may
Which of these 2 objects is one AU apart?
The _____ states that between 15 and 20 billion years ago, the universe began expanding from a single point?
A red shift in the spectrum of the light from an object indicates the object is moving _____ you.
Which of these 2 objects\' distances would be best measured with light years?
How do scientists know the universe is expanding?
Which visible light waves are the longest on the electromagnetic spectrum?
The force that is opposite of gravity that scientists think is pushing the universe part is __________.
90 percent of the mass of the universe is made of________.
Which is an example of the Dopper Effect?
What theory about the origin of the universe has been disproven?
When evaluating a web site what is the first thing you should do?
What is the second thing you should do when you evaluate a website?
What is the third thing you should do when you are evaluating a website?
What is the fourth thing you should do when you are evaluating a website?
Yahoo is an example of this type of a website.
Google is an example of this type of a website.
when you are approached with a dificult situation online you should do what?
A group of computers conected to eachother.
A group of computers connected to eachother around the world.
WWW stands for:
Which appeal persuades the ausdience by appealing to their emotions?
Which appeal persuades by the use of logic?
Which appeal gives the author or character credibility?
Which appeal? "Fight for your right to read!"
Which appeal? "Mom, cell phones can make a difference in emergency situations."
Which appeal? "For 18 cents a day, you can change a starving child's life forever."
Which appeal? "Psychiatrists say that smoking can increase schizophrenia in teens."
Which appeal? "75 percent of car accidents are from drunk driving."
Which appeal? " Give blood. Save a life."
Which appeal? " Hybrids are a good choice because of the increasing gas prices."
What's at the center of the sun?
The very dense, thick region next to the core of the sun
The region where gases circulate
What part of the sun can we see from the Earth?
The very thin layer right below the sun's outer atmoshphere
What is the atmoshpere called around the sun?
Whose equation changed ideas about the sun's energy?
In Nuclear fusion...
In the sun, what element combines to make another element
Why is it really difficult for Hydrogen nuclei to combine together?
How to say hello in French?
How to say good bye in French?
How to say not to bad in French?
What is your name?
When do you say Bonjour?
good night is
how are you?
what can you say to reply to ça va?
what you can say to say good bye?
what you can say about asking names
What is that?
Who is he? What is his position on the pitch?
Who controls the match?
Do you remember another name for forward?
How do you call a
Who avoids other player from getting near the goalpost?
How do you call a strong kick towards the goalpost?
How do you call a foul near the goal-post?
The match ended 1-0. So, the final .........................was 1-0
You can say: Chelsea won the match or Chelsea ................Bayern
Answers by Educators Question Database
_______ theory of attachment ties the infants emotions to the caregiver and recognizes it as an evolved response to promote survival.
Around what age does a child obtain 'self-recognition'
Self-awareness has nothing to do with empathy
How do toddlers develop a 'categorical self'
Which of the following is NOT a shared characteristics of ALL fungi?
Budding is
The group of fungi which reproduce with club like structures
Mycelium is
A lichen is a symbiotic association between which of the following?
Which of the following is not a contribution of fungi to our world?
.Paramecium are
During the process of ______________________ energy is released.
Bread mold produce masses of threadlike structures called
Mushroom are
Yeast are
Penicillium are
Bread Mold are
Fungi are classified by
Protists are classified by
Which organism can be both heterotrophic and autotrophic?
Which organism is unicellular?
Which fungi does not reproduce sexually? (Imperfect Fungi)
What are the long narrow tubes called that are the building blocks of all fungi
what structure is found under the cap of a mushroom?
Friction acts in a direction _____________ to the direction of an object's motion
Unless an object at rest is acted upon by a force, it stays at rest due to its
A 10 kg ball is accelerated 500 m/s2 by a forec of
The momentum of a 1500 kg car travelling at a velocity of 10 m/s is
A(n) ________________ can cause an object's motion to change
The amount of matter in an object is called its
Newton's Second Law of Motion stated the relationship of mass, acceleration, and force. It says that
A(n) ____________ causes objects to move in a circle
The unit of force, a newton, is equal to
An object in free fall _______________ until it reaches terminal velocity.
What group of Muslims believe that the best person should be their leader?
What group of Muslims believe that a relative of Muhammad should be their leader?
Which country was given to the Jews after WWII?
What is the name of Israel's legislature?
The central government has all the power in a ________ form of government.
The local government has all the power in a _____ form of government.
The local and central government share the power in what form of government?
The legislature is elected and then they elect their leader in what form of government?
The legislature and leader are elected separately in what form of government?
Parliamentary and Presidential are what form of government?
A pencil
A pen
A highlighter
Une gomme
Une chemise
Un classeur
Scissors
Un aiguise-crayon
De la colle
Un sac a dos
This was the first person to observe cells. He looked at think pieces of cork.
He concluded that all animals are made of living cells.
Dutch businessman who looked at drops of lake water and scrapings of his own teeth and gums.
A plant's main source of energy is
Which cell organelle do all cells have that controls the movement of materials into and out of the cell?
What is the name of the process by which water moves across a cell membrane?
What do cells do with waste products?
What guides all cell processes?
Which of the following is not made of cells?
The grain like organelles where proteins are made are called:
A storage compartment of the cell is called
Which organelles convert food into energy the cell can use?
Contains chemicals that break down certain materials in the cell
This organelle captures sunlight and uses it to produce food for the cell
Which of the following is NOT part of the cell theory?
Mitochondria and ribosomes are examples of
The cell membrane and water are both involved in
Specialized cells are found only in
Which of the following contains a nucleus?
What is the total magnification of a microscope with an ocular lens of 10x and an objective lens of 45x?
This type of verb shows what the subject does
This verb helps the verb and usually comes before the verb in the sentence.
This type of verb doesn't show action and connects the subject to an adjective or rest of the sentence.
Jayann played soccer at recess--- What type of verb is played?
Austin was running to get his fishing pole. --- Was, is what type of verb?
Isaac enjoys salmon fishing. Enjoys is what type of verb?
Reese and Anna are the only girls in team 4---- Are, is what type of verb?
Christine and Fuji were happy today. Were, is what type of verb?
Logan's dad is a policeman. Is, is what type of verb?
Nathan jumped for 2 hours at Trampoline Nation. Jumped is what type of verb?
I am hoping the Seahawks will win Super Bowl XLIX. Am is what type of verb?
Dylan was practicing guitar on Saturday. Was, is what type of verb?
William was sewing a new plushy. Sewing is what type of verb?
Ayaka and Maree were waiting for their parents.---- Were, is what type of verb?
Carolina and Kayla had worked together on their project. Which word is the action verb?
Edgar and Allan were checking their homework. Which word is the helping verb?
Andrew was the second in line. Which word is the linking verb?
4.32 + 34.2=
1,221.124 + 553=
985+1,552=
7,009,141 + 678,952 =
566.322 + 54.01=
45 - 12.6 =
34.23 - 23.19 =
5,534,233 - 334,009 =
$64 - $23.21 =
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
Mikhail Gorbachev’s reforms of perestroika and glasnost resulted in
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was initially formed to
The Marshall Plan was designed to stop the spread of communism by providing
The imaginary line that divided the Western
One way in which the Korean War and the Vietnam War are similar is that both
The primary purpose of the United Nations is to
The term iron curtain refers to the
What has the end of communism in the Soviet Union caused many countries in Eastern Europe to do?
The destruction of the Berlin Wall and the breakup of the Soviet Union signify the
One similarity between the Korean War and the Vietnam War is that both wars were
The average model is thinner than what percentage of average American women?
What is one thing you should be concerned about when it comes to body image?
Eating too much at one time is also known as________________
Which of the following behaviors should not be associated with an eating disorder?
Which of the following quotes would make your believe the speaker may have an unhealthy body image?
Which of the following factors has the greatest impact upon the speed of your metabolism?
Obesity is defined as being more than what percentage above your normal, healthy body weight?
Which person in most likely to have the fastest metabolism?
Which person is most likely to have the slowest metabolism?
What metabolic factor do you have the most control over?
Which of the following is not an example of an activity that fulfills a part of the three-part formula to get the most benefit from exercise?
Aerobic exercise is important mostly because it strengthens this part of the body.
Which of the following activities is most important before beginning a new exercise routine?
Which of the following situations is not an example of positive peer pressure when it applies to exercising?
Yoga is an example of an activity that most enhances this type of training.
Medicine can best be described as
Which of the following best defines over-the-counter medications?
Taking medicines orally can also be called
Drugs can enter the body by being absorbed through the skin. This can be accomplished by using a(n)
Which of the following methods for obtaining medication required the least amount of overall effort from the user?
The FDA regulates all of the following except:
All of the following are true about prescription medication except:
All of the following are true about over-the-counter medicines except:
Which of the following is typically used for treating the symptoms of disease and not the disease itself?
Which of the following can be found on a prescription label?
Which of the following can be found on both prescription and over-the-counter drug labels?
Using a prescription written from someone else
Methods you can use to resist a friend offering you drugs of any kind are
Drugs originate from
Clinical trials for drugs include
The immediate effect of a single cigarette is:
Tobacco is considered safe
Which of the following best describes carcinogens?
All of the following are considered short-term effects of tobacco use except:
Match the following long-term effect of tobacco use with the correct body system: Risk of ulcers.
Match the following long-term effect of tobacco use with the correct body system: Increased risk of bronchitis
Secondhand smoke is known to increase the chances of developing all of the following diseases or conditions except:
In children, the risks of all of the following disease or conditions are increased due to exposure to secondhand smoke except:
Pregnant women who smoke have an increased risk of
The temptation to smoke is not due to
The ____________________ of a black hole is the point in space where all the mass of a black hole accumulates.
In order for a massive star to form a black hole, it must first ________________.
What is the lower limit for the mass of a black hole?
Black holes form when ___________________overcomes the outward________________produced by nuclear reactions within a star.
Convincing evidence suggests that supermassive black holes exist
If gas approaches a black hole, it will often heat up and emit ________________ that can be detected telescopically.
Which observation most likely indicated the presences of a black hole?
The area within the event horizon of a black hole is completely
What exists between a black hole's even horizon and its singularity?
What can be detected within the event horizon of a black hole?
A memoir is
The primary purpose of "Shooting an Elephant" is
It is only after years have passed that Orwell is able to gain perspective on shooting the elephant. He realizes that he only shot it because:
Orwell, as a narrator, seems to be reliable because
Which of the following does the author use to demonstrate the treatment of the Burmese by the British?
The three areas of conflict in "Shooting an Elephant" are:
Orwell cannot ever develop a relationship with the Burmese because
With which of the statements would the author most likely agree?
Which of the following would be a major theme of the narrative?
In the narrative, the elephant symbolizes
What is characteristic of sponges?
What is characteristic of cnidarians?
What is characteristic of molluscs?
What is characteristic of annelids?
What is characteristic of myriapods ?
What is characteristic of arachnids
What is characteristic of crustaceans?
What is characteristic of insects?
What is characteristic of arthropods?
What is characteristic of echinoderms?
Which of the following is an example of a geographic transportation barrier in South America?
The term NAFTA stands for:
In Colonial Mexico, society was divided into strict classes. What were these classes determined by?
Which Europeans settled Mexico originally?
Which of the following is an example of a geographic transportation corridor in South America?
Choose which of the following scenarios is the best example of urbanization
Which of the following terms best describes the religions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam?
What is one possible effect of the Great European Plain on the development of European countries?
Which of the following natural features most likely had the strongest effect in helping ancient civilizations like Egypt and Mesopotamia to become powerful?
[ Abraham, Torah, synagogue, Jerusalem, Israel] The preceding words are most closely related to which world religion?
The highest body of the Executive Branch is the Supreme Court.
Which of the following is NOT one of the six goals listed in the Preamble of the Constitution?
Which of the following laws forced the American colonists to feed and shelter British soldiers in their own homes?
Which of the following was NOT an issue with the Articles of Confederation?
Which of the following early political parties demanded that a Bill of Rights be added to the Constitution?
This amendment guarantees the right to freedom from excessive bail or cruel and unusual punishment.
This amendment guarantees the right to freedom of assembly.
This amendment guarantees that a person will not be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law.
Which of the following statements is NOT true of the House of Representatives
The system of checks and balances provides each branch of the government with the power to limit the actions of the other two
Answers by Educators Question Database
The person credited with the discovery of the structure of a protein is...
What is the name of a bond formed by connected two amino acids?
Proteins are polymers. What is the name of the monomer that they are made from?
What is the primary structure of a protein?
What is the quaternary structure of a protein?
What is the secondary structure of a protein?
How many amino acids are in our proteins?
The amino acids that we need to take in our diet are called?
-NH2 is which functional group?
-COOH is which functional group?
an organic compound made of amino acids that contains carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, sulfur
a building block (monomer) of proteins
the type of structure that a protein has when it is just a chain of amino acids without any structure
the type of structure that a protein has when it is an alpha helix or a beta sheet
the type of structure where two (or more) separate 3-D structures combined and working together
a chain of amino acids folded entirely into its 3-D structure
Polar
Nonpolar
the name for the central carbon atom in an amino acid; the side chain is attached to it
What else is produced besides a protein during dehydration synthesis?
a protein that can regulate chemical reactions in the body
Enzymes cannot be reused
Enzymes are specific
a molecule that an enzyme acts upon
the part of an enzyme that attaches to a substrate
an amino acid is to monomer as protein is to ________
the number of different amino acids that exist
the -COOH group on an amino acid is the _______ group
the -NH2 group on an amino acid is the _______ group
an amino acid that you have to have in your diet because your body cannot synthesize it on its own
the word used to describe an enzyme that has been misshapen due to temperature, electricity, or chemicals
a type of reaction where enzymes help to break bigger molecules down into smaller products
a type of reaction where enzymes help to combine smaller substrates in order to build bigger products
molecules that slow down the activities of enzymes by stopping substrates from reaching the active sites
a type of enzymatic inhibition where the inhibitor occupies and blocks the active site
a type of enzymatic inhibition where the inhibitor doesn’t block the active site but changes its shape so a substrate can’t bind there
When and where was Dr. David Livingstone born?
What University did David Livingstone attend and what did he study?
When David Livinstone was ordained a missionary by the London missionary society they set sail to where?
What was David Livingstone's mission when he was in Africa?
When David Livingstone was exploring he came across waterfalls. Who did he name them after?
When David Livingstone returned to Britain after his discoveries, what did he do?
After 5 years David Livingstone decided to go back to explore what part of Africa?
David Livingstone's wife died of what disease?
David Livingstone traveled back one more time to search for the niles source and went out of touch for how many years?
David Livingstone was getting really sick and eventually died of dysentery. Where was his body buried?
Which sentence is correctly capitalized?
Which sentence is correctly capitalized?
Which sentence is correctly capitalized?
Which sentence is correctly capitalized?
Which sentence is correctly capitalized?
Which sentence is correctly capitalized?
Which sentence is correctly capitalized?
Which sentence is correctly capitalized?
Which sentence is correctly capitalized?
Which sentence is correctly capitalized?
Explain what makes the tectonic plates on Earth move.
A rift valley is evidence of which kind of plate boundary?
An earthquake is caused by sudden shifts in which of the following layers of Earth?
Why do most earthquakes occur at tectonic plate boundaries?
What can Secondary (S Waves) travel through?
The part of the Indo-Australian plate that holds Australia is moving away from the part of the plate that carries India. As India and Australia move in opposite directions, which type of plate boundary will be created?
The Alpine Fault cuts through New Zealand. At this location, two plates are sliding past each other slowly over time. What plate boundary must exist at Alpine Fault?
If we experience an earthquake and all of the books come crashing off of the shelves, what wave is responsible for this?
Which of the following correctly shows the order of earthquake waves arriving, first to last?
Which plate sinks at continental-oceanic boundaries
What can form at continental-oceanic boundaries?
At what zone does old crust get recycled?
Why do plates get subducted?
Where can volcanoes form?
Where do earthquakes normally occur?
What is the result when two continental plates converge?
Which seismic wave has a push and pull or back and forth motion?
What is the format for writing a hypothesis?
What should the hypothesis NOT contain?
What should the first section of a hypothesis state?
What does the middle section of the hypothesis needs to state?
When do you use a pie graph to analyze the data?
When do you use a line graph to analyze your data?
What variable states what is being tested?
What does the last section of the hypothesis states?
Which variable is the measuring variable?
Which variable will keep the experiment fair ?
When do you use a bar graph to analyze data?
A(n) ___________ is a group of organisms that look alike and can reproduce among themselves.
Change in the heredity features of a type of organism over time is
__________________________ is an adaptation that enables an organism to blend into its environment.
Survival of the fittest
Evolution as a result of acquired characteristics
A trait that makes an individual different from other members of its species
Rapid evolution with few intermediate forms
A(n) ________________ is any variation that makes an organism better suited to its environment.
As the food source in a bird's environment changes from insects to seeds with hard shells, which adaptation would best enable the bird species to survive?
According to Darwin's Theory of Evolution, what is the most natural way for a species to become extinct?
What are the 'Basic Emotions'
Laughter appears around _____ months
Angry reactions increase with age
What is the fear related to unfamiliar adults called?
Emotional self-regulation is-
What percentage of children do not fit into the 'structure of temperament'?
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
Lewis and Clark were sent to explore the area of land gained by the United States in the:
The balance between the North and the South was preserved by
What was the significance of the Lewis and Clark expedition?
The Republican Party was:
The Kansas- Nebraska Act:
Which was not an advantage of the North?
Which was not an advantage of the South?
What was the result of John Brown's raid?
What was the risk a soldier faced if wounded on the battlefield?
Why did southern states secede from the Union?
Refraction in a wave is when the particles are far apart. Which of the following represents this?
When a wavelength increases, the frequency of the wavelength:
The unit used to measure the frequency of a wave is:
When heat is added to water, teh molecules in the ater will:
Radiation is solar energy from:
If you wrap a magnet with wire, what type of energy will you produce?
Which type of sound waves do doctors use for medical diagnosis?
If you already have a battery, what else do you need to make an electromagnet?
Which type of sound waves are used under water to locate things?
Refraction of a wave is when the particles are:
2,4,6,_____
5,10,15____
10,20,30
100,200,300,_____
5+5=
9+3=
10+10=
10-2=
50+5=
13+4=
Name the agency created by FDR to regulate banking.
The term "Final Solution" refers to what?
The WW2 African-American bomber escort squadron of pilots were known as...
What was the aim of the US in the Korean War?
Brown vs. the Board of Education did what?
The American public was split on the war in Vietnam. The two sides were known as...
The practice of avoiding the draft by leaving the country was known as...
The election of 2000 was controversial due to ballot problems in what state?
Vietnam protests turned violent in all of the following locations EXCEPT
The open trade agreement between the US, Canada, and Mexico is known as
Elements found on the lower left of the Periodic Table are classified as
In which group are Halogens found?
What determines the order of placement of the elements on the modern Periodic Table?
What trend does atomic radius follow as you move down the families on the periodic table?
Which element is classified as a metal, but is liquid at room temperature?
Fluorine will form what type of ion?
Which element is located on the Periodic Table with other metals, but is a gas at room temperature?
Which Russian scientist created the first Periodic Table in 1896?
In which shell or energy level are the valence electrons of the elements in Period 2 found?
Which set of symbols represents atoms with valence electrons in the same electron shell or energy level?
The frequency of a wave decreases when the wavelength:
Hertz measures the frequency of:
At absolute zero, all molecules in a substance:
Wrapping a wire around a nail several times and then attaching a battery makes an electromagnet:
To get a better look at a patient's heart, the doctor uses which type of sound wave?
Using a light bulb, wire, and battery, you could create a:
When sound wave particles spread out, this is called:
The amplitude of a wave measures from the bottom of the trough to what part of the wave?
Sonar is a way to measure distance:
Sound waves can travel through everything except:
What is a specific amount of energy absorbed by an electron?
In the plum pudding model, the pudding represents ___ and the raisins represent ___.
What subatomic particle has a neutral charge?
In which pair do the particles have approximately the same mass?
The atomic mass of an element is the weighted average of the
Which statement best describes the nucleus of an aluminum atom?
Which symbol represents a particle with a total of 10 electrons?
An element with a charge is an
An element with a negative charge (ex. S-2) indicates there was ain this atom is
Which electron configuration is correct for F-?
Carla no tiene interes en la musica clasica como Severino y Donatela.
En mi club, levantar pesas en popular como correr.
Hay actrices en el ensayo como actores.
La clase de espanol es importante como la clases de historia.
Este anos no nosotros profesores interesentes como el ano pasado.
Alana no es interes en el club de ajedrez como en el club de ciencias.
Los jovenes tienen interes en los deportes como interes en las artes.
Pero el epuipo de bolos no tiene miembros como el epuipo de hockey.
Los chicos no tienen oportunidades para hacer gimnasia como las chicas.
Erica no es deportista como Angelica.
Wavelength is a measure of:
If a light wave strikes a mirror at 40 degrees, the light wave reflection will be:
Refraction is when a light wave seems to:
If a light wave strikes a mirror at 20 degrees and bounces off at 20 degrees, this is called:
Compression is when the sound waves are:
Visible light makes up how much of the electromagnetic spectrum?
Radio waves have the longest wavelengths. This means that they:
The more you wrap a nail with copper wire and power, the electromagnetic energy produced will:
How do blue light waves differ from red light waves?
Sound travels fastest through:
Element X is a solid that is brittle, lacks luster, and has six valence electrons. In which group on the Periodic Table would element X be found?
What are two properties of most nonmetals?
Copper is found in Period __ and Group __
What is a property of most metals?
What is the number of protons in the element Zinc?
What is the chemical symbol for the element Tin?
What is the mass of Beryllium?
What is the number of neutrons found in Oxygen?
In which group are transition metals found?
What trend does electronegativity follow as you move down the families on the periodic table?
Answers by Educators Question Database
When Shi Huangdi came to power he made everyone have the same ___.
What was the trade route between China and Europe called?
What ancient treatment used needles to help the sick and those in pain?
Who wrote down Confucius's teachings?
What is the tallest mountain range in the world?
According to Confucius, people should be treated __.
Which group came to power after the Han Dynasty?
A farmer interested in the quality of the soil in her field might use which aspect of soil as a quick indicator of the field's overall fertility?
Deterioration of the soil's fertility and ability to provide ecosystem services is called
your friend tells you he's decided not to use pesticides or synthetic chemicals on his farm; instead he'll rely on composting and biological pest control. She is practicing
One of the biggest problems of pesticide use is the fact that
Eating a lot of meat is inefficient because _____ is LOST in transfer between trophic levels
A farmer has an infestation of aphids so he introduces ladybugs, which prey on aphids. He also uses a small dose of pesticide because there are just too many for the ladybugs to eat them all. The farmer's approach to insect pests is
Genetic engineering relies on placing a gene from one organism that codes for a desired trait into the _____ of a different organism
Because of the green revolution, between 1961 and 2008, food production
Industrial food production includes
One proven risk of genetically modified crops is
What does a Mitochondria do?
What does a Ribosome do?
What are nucleic acids?
What are protein?
What are lipids?
What are carbohydrates?
What do lysosomes do?
What does the nucleus do?
What do the vacuoles do?
What do the chloroplasts do and what cells are they found in?
____________ of students in city schools drop out before graduation.
The main idea of America's Dropout Crisis is _______________.
What is the story Living in the Success Zone is mostly about ______________.
The three doctors believe that teens can reach their goals by ____________.
All three articles in the workshop agree that success comes from _____________.
The word dedicate means __________________.
Individual means ___________________.
The word pursue means ______________.
A word that is a synonym for accomplish is ________________.
An antonym for the word capable is ____________.
The enzyme and substrates shape are
Energy needed to start chemical reactions is called
Enzymes________________ allowing reactions to occur quicker
A well tested explanation of natural events
A chemical reaction that releases energy is called
A reaction where energy is stored is called
Enzymes are biological _____________ that speed up the rates of reactions without being consumed in the process
The part of the enzyme that fits with the substrate
When an enzyme is denatured, ______________changes shape
Reactions without enzymes occur ___________ than reactions with enzymes
Enzymes and substrates are complimentary in ________
Describe the complimentary relationship of an enzyme and substrate
Which enzyme model says enzymes and substrates are complimentary in shape, and the enzyme perfectly fits the substrate to break it apart
Which enzyme model says the enzyme and substrate are complimentary but the enzyme squeezed the substrate to break it down?
Enzymes are denatured by
This statement is an example of: If I study then my grade will get a good grade on my test
A solution with a pH lower than 7 is called
A solution with a pH above 7 is called
Which inhibitor blocks the substrate from joining with the enzyme
Which inhibitor changes the shape of the enzyme active site preventing it from joining with the substrate?
The force that stretches or pulls apart the crust
The force that squeezes or pushes together the crust.
The force that twists, tears, or pushes one part of the crust past another
Mountains made of crumpled and folded layers of rock are called this.
Blocks of crust moving along a fault can form these
A crack in Earth's crust whose sides show evidence of motion
a scientist who studies rocks to tell how they formed and to predict when an earthquake may occur
hot, molten rock, deep below Earth's surface
magma that reaches Earth's surface
breaking down rocks into smaller pieces
the picking up and carrying away of pieces of rock
the dropping off of bits of eroded rock
a chunk of rock from space that strikes the surface of Earth or the Moon
The center of an atom
The smallest particle of an element with all of the properties of that element
A subatomic particle with a positive charge.
A subatomic particle with a negative charge.
A subatomic particle with a neutral charge.
Where are the electrons found in an atom?
Where are the neutrons and protons found in an atom
A substance made up of one kind of atom.
A negative subatomic particle.
A substance made of two or more types of atoms (elements) that have been chemically combined (into a molecule or crystal)
The smallest particle of a compound with all the properties of that compound
The color of hydrogen in our kit.
The color of oxygen in our kit.
The color of carbon in our kit.
The number of bonds made by hydrogen.
The number of bonds made by oxygen.
The number of bonds made by carbon.
What makes an atom happy
A molecule that contains carbon.
A molecule with no positive or negative end.
What is the name for a huge molecule that is made of smaller parts?
What is the name for the small parts that make up a polymer?
Which is an example of a carbohydrate
Which is an example of a carbohydrate?
Which is an example of a carbohydrate?
Which carbohydrate can provide a lot of energy for a long time after it's eaten?
Which molecule is a monomer?
Which molecule is a monomer?
Which molecule is a monomer?
Which molecule is a polymer?
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
Joe's mom has a severe headache. Joe found several products in her medicine cabinet labeled as headache relievers. Which is the BEST choice?
Which labeling clearly indicates the hygiene product has demonstrated proof of its claims?
Which labeling clearly indicates the hygiene product is a drug and must meet FDA requirements?
Marion searches for easy-care blouses to wear to the office. Which is the best choice for Marion?
Janie wants a dress that she will not need to iron. Which is the best choice for Janie?
Nathan plans to buy five pairs of pants, one for each day of the week. Which is the best choice for Nathan?
Which food product is a wise purchase on May 1 of the current year?
Jan compares a 10-ounce jar of pickles that sells for $1.49 with a 26-ounce can that sells for $2.99. Which has the lower unit price?
How far can a dog run into the woods?
How could a baby fall out of a twenty-story building onto the ground and live?
Dee made sure she had the name and physical location of the person from whom she was buying merchandise online. Which effective shopping practice is this?
Lawrence decided not to drive all over town looking at different computers, but to visit an online computer store and make a good choice. Which effective shopping practice is this
Mamie called and spoke with several caterers before she selected one. Which effective shopping practice is this?
Travis decided to wait for tents to go on sale to purchase his. Which effective shopping practice is his decision to wait?
Paul signed an agreement to give the mechanic authority to repair his motorcycle. This is an example of which type of service work agreement?
Kitty managed to find five minutes over the weekend to order by phone some work supplies she needed. Which pro or con of shopping at home does this illustrate?
Agreeing to purchase a set of encyclopedias from someone who comes to your home to show them is an example of which type of home shopping?
The Home Shopping Network is an example of which type of home shopping?
Charles' son has a really large, narrow foot and needs new basketball shoes. What type of store is MOST LIKELY the best place to shop?
Several cases of apples are needed for the lunch line in the cafeteria. What type of store is MOST LIKELY the best place to shop?
An ADVANTAGE of buying a new car instead of a used one is that a new car:
An ADVANTAGE of what type of vehicle is that it conserves energy more than other types?
When Patricia's automobile was severely damaged by branches falling from a tree, her insurance paid for the damages. Which type of insurance is this?
Seth turned in his leased car before the 36-month lease ends. One condition of this decision is having:
Kara is comparing the estimated value of the make, model, and year for three different used cars. Which type of pricing is this?
Ben purchased a luxury sports car at an auto superstore. Which is MOST LIKELY true of Ben's new car?
Allison purchased a used car "as is" at an auction. What is MOST LIKELY true of Allison's new car?
An advantage of buying a used car instead of a new one is that used cars:
Martin is comparing the book value of several used cars. Which step in meeting transportation needs is this?
Oliver is checking locations of bus stops and possible carpools from the dorm to his internship site. Which step in meeting transportation needs is this?
Convert 33mL to L:
Convert 4100 mL to kL:
Convert 5.5 g to kg:
Convert 7.85 m to mm:
Convert 2.5 hg to g
Convert 2L to mL:
Convert 63 km to mm
Convert 7.62 dg to mg
Convert 0.04m to cm
Convert 98 cL to L
601
0.02
4690
0.0065
54299
0.3200
7.57
0.020
2020
0.0089
Moving energy is. . .
Stored Energy is. . .
Gradual increased temperatures of Earth refers to. . .
Plant and animal matter used to make power/energy. . .
Most common energy source for power in the U.S.
Plants get energy from the sun, so they are
Process used by plants to make sugar/energy out of sunlight
Oil, coal, and natural gas are all. . .
Hydro-Power, Geothermal, and Biomass are all. . .
Saving and not wasting energy
The sun
Global warming can be reduced by
The sun is made of
The sun's size is equal to
In the water cycle, when the sun warms up the ocean the water on top
Evaporated water _______________ in clouds.
This is a type of fossil fuel
Rain water ____________ in lakes, streams, or rivers before reaching the ocean.
In a food web, the arrows
In a food web, an arrow would point from the sun to
What is the passing of traits from parents to offspring?
What does first and second generation mean?
What is an organism's appearance?
What is a plant with either two dominant or two recessive genes?
What is material shaped like a double helix that determines inherited characteristics called?
Where is DNA found in most cells?
Which of the following is NOT considered to be heterozygous
Create a punnett square and cross Dd with Dd. What is the probability that the offspring will have the Dd genotype?
What is a plant with one dominant and one recessive gene?
What does the model of DNA look like?
The wearing away of soil and rock by the action of water, glacier, waves, wind, sun, and gravity.
The laying-down of rock-forming material naturally
Conversion of newly deposited sediment into a solid rock.
Naturally occuring molten rock material generated and found within the Earth.
Rock formed by cooling and solidification of lava above the Earth's surface.
A layered rock resulting from the compaction and cementation of sediment.
Any of the chemical or mechanical processes by which rocks exposed to the atmosphere and undergoes changes in character and break down.
The soil horizon with the most organic content
Soil with 40% Sand, 40% Silt and 20% clay is referred to as
The process of nutrients being washed away from the A & B horizon is
Hyperbol
Hyperbol
Range of a function
Increasing of a function
Decreasing of a function
Intercepting the y-axis
Domain
Range
Function given into different pieces
Parabol
Answers by Educators Question Database
Bacteria that use chemicals, like sulfur, as an energy source are considered
Which of the following is considered a sexual process for exchanging genetic information but is not considered reproduction?
Which of these is an example of how bacteria are beneficial?
Environmental spills of petroleum are sometimes cleaned up by using
Which of the following comparisons is incorrect?
All bacteria are classified as
Bacteria cause diseases by
Bacteria that use sunlight as an energy source are considered
Which organic compound has C, H, O, N ?
Which organic compound has: Glucose
Which organic compound has: Fructose
Which organic compound has: Amino Acid Chains
Which organic compound has: Monosaccharides
Which organic compound has: Saturated Molecules
Which organic compound has: long hydrocarbon chains (hydrocarbon)
Which organic compound has: 1:2:1 ratio of C, H, O
Which organic compound has: Wax, butter, and oil
Which organic compound has: substances that must have a specific shape
Which organic compound has: Enzymes
Which organic compound has: a substance that speeds up or slows down chemical reactions?
Which is the correct order of how the body uses organic compounds for energy?
Cellular respiration breaks down molecules for energy from
Which organic compound has: Fatty acid
Which organic compound do these two large molecules belong with? Disaccharide and Polysaccharide
Which organic compound stores hereditary matieral
Which organic compound controls cell function and produces RNA
Which organic compound repels water and is nonpolar?
Which organic compound is in blood, skin, and bones
A region that includes tiger, eagles, lizards, fish, rabbits, and many other organisms would be described as having a high level of
Tigers living in warm climates like India have thinner coats of fur than tigers living in cool climates like Russia. This is a result of
High levels of biodiversity tend to
By far, the biggest cause of biodiversity loss today is
A species that is at serious risk of extinction is called
In the United States, what is the major law that protects biodiversity?
One way that zoos help increase wildlife populations is through
Relieving a nation from repaying some of the money it owes to other nations in exchange for protecting its biodiversity is called a
Some conservation biologists focus on areas where the greatest number of unique species can be protected with the least amount of effort. These areas are called
The illegal capture or killing of an organism, often for money, is called
What is one of the primary factors that draw people from rural areas to urban areas
The shift of a population from the countryside to cities is called
Transportation systems, communication systems, water services, power supplies, schools, and hospitals are all examples of
Urban sprawl increases carbon dioxide emissions by
Which of the following is a principle of smart growth?
Urban sprawl affects which of the following?
The approach to development LEAST likely to result in sprawl is
Which statement about sustainable cities is true?
Which of the following factors contributed to sprawl in the United States?
Saving energy and other resources without sacrificing people's comfort is the goal of
What is environmental science?
What is environmentalism?
What is an example of a renewable resource?
Which statement about science is true?
Which step is usually at the beginning of a scientific investigation?
A scientist is conducting an experiment to see if adding fertilizer to plants increases growth. She adds fertilizer to one field and adds nothing to another field. After a month he measures plant growth in each field. The plant growth represents
A set of moral principles or values held by a person or a society is called
An idea that explains a phenomenon (like evolution) and has undergone significant testing to prove it makes accurate predictions in a wide range of situations can be accepted as a scientific
In trying to see the damage caused by acid rain on concrete, a researcher subjects one slab to 30 days of acidic rain and another slab to 30 days of normal rain. The slab that receives the normal rain is considered
Which statement about scientific thought is correct?
When water is attracted to other substances it is called
When water is attracted to water it is called
What accounts for water moving up a straw or stem of a plant?
This is caused by uneven sharing of electrons
What allows small insects to walk on water
What property causes water to form beads?
What causes water to form a meniscus in a tube?
What property allows water to bulge on a penny?
What is caused by a combination of cohesion and adhesion?
What causes water to have slightly charged ends?
Water's attraction rule is OPPOSITES ATTRACT and is an example of water 's
What has the ability to dissolve many different substances. This is an example of
Which property of water is responsible for water bulging over the rim of a glass?
Solid water (ice) is _____________ dense than liquid water.
When salt is dissolved in water, the water is the
When salt is dissolved in water, the salt is the
When salt is dissolved in water it make a
What shows the correct charges in a water molecule?
The bond that holds the hydrogen and oxygen together in a water molecule is called
Why does a water molecule have charges (polar)?
Clearing a forest and replacing it with another type of land use such as agriculture or housing is called
Which of the following is an economic value of forests?
Prescribed burnes are fires that
Which type of forest most likely contains the greatest variety of habitats and should be conserved due to its high level of biodiversity?
The old policy of requiring all forest fires to be put out at any cost, or fire suppression, can result in
If a wood product is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council, it was produced
Soil, fresh water, wild animals, and timber are examples of
Which logging method results in an uneven stand of trees that most resemble the natural habitat?
Deforestation has the greatest impact on biodiversity
The policy of multiple use for public lands that are managed by the Forest Service requires that national forests be available for
What substance was used to make paper for the people in Ancient China?
Who began the Han Dynasty?
Who began the Qin Dynasty?
Confucius was China's first professional ___.
What was built by Shi Huangdi to help improve trade?
What is the tallest mountain in the world?
These make silk
Soldier statues were made out of this substance.
China's first history book was called ___.
Confucius taught ____ of the past.
Which desert is in Northern China?
Confucianism is a ___.
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
Cette place est occupée?
No, it's free
Le bureau de renseignements
I went up
I left
Where is the bathroom please?
ERROR! VIRUS DETECTED!
To Fall
Un aller-retour pour tous les pays
You shouldn't put your feet on the seats
Creditors typically check a borrower's credit report as evidence of a borrower's:
A DISADVANTAGE of using credit is:
Which is MOST suitable use of revolving credit?
An ADVANTAGE of using credit is the:
Matthew was deeply in debt and decided to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy. What can be concluded about Matthew?
Which is a strategy for getting out of debt?
Which is a sign of debt problems?
Beth signed a loan agreement and then learned that the lender was a non-preferred lender. She wants to end the agreement. What should she do?
Jose is nineteen and is trying to establish credit. What should he do?
Credit applications usually request income information as evidence of a borrower's:
Which password would be hard to guess?
Kelsi's purse and credit card were stolen. What should she do?
Ashley wants to safely mail her bills. What should she do?
Which is a way to protect personal identity while making an online purchase?
Identity thieves MOST LIKELY would use fraudulently obtained bank account information to:
Evan warned his father not to leave his bank statements in the mailbox. What form of identity theft is he seeking to avoid?
Rosie warned her mother not to respond to emails requesting she provide her bank account password. What form of identity theft is she seeking to avoid?
Myron always leaves if he notices someone standing too close as he is making a financial transaction. What form of identity theft is he seeking to avoid?
Which is an example of ways thieves steal credit card numbers?
Which is an example of sensitive personal information thieves obtain from digging through garbage?
This document sets up a framework of government
These are the papers signed giving Texas their independence from Mexico
This structure of government gives most of the power to the people at a local level
Under this type of government structure most of the power lies with the federal government
In this branch of government there are two chambers or houses
This is a part of the Legislative branch of government and it holds two chambers
This word describes something that is temporary
This prevents any one of our branches of government from becoming too powerful
These are a part of the Constitution which identify basic rights that our government can not take away from its citizens.
A government in which all power comes from the people is called?
Before something is a law it is first a concept written down known as a?
This states a groups grievances against others and declares why there should be independence.
This is a branch of government in which courts decide legal cases and interpret laws
If someone is not participating in the fighting they are known as a?
This branch of government enforces and carries out laws
When a President or Governor has a bill placed in front of them they can do four things with it one of which is decline the bill or otherwise known as?
A President or Governor can also decide to approve a bill which is to?
When a government generates or makes money this is known as?
Companies that sell shares of ownership to investors to raise money are called?
Once a company has permission to operate it is granted a?
When additions, changes or corrections are made to the Constitution this is called an?
Citizens can make a formal request to their government this is known as a?
When Congress meets they are in?
What was the first Battle of the Texas Revolution?
The last battle of the Texas Revolution was?
The official date of Texas Independence from Mexico is?
There are two chambers of Congress called?
One specific power only the House of Representatives has is?
The Senate has one specific power that the House of Representatives does not which is?
To formally join one political region to another is?
This term refers to 2 years in a row.
The country of Texas was called?
Individuals who work as a group to advise a government official are called the?
When a government spends money this is referred to as?
Serving two elected terms in a row is called?
During the first few years of the Texas Republic paper money was produced to boost the economy called?
When spending does not exceed revenue this is a?
An official term of office for a govt. official is called an?
Groups of people who help elect government officials and influence government policies.
Texas was an independent nation for how many years?
Which life process brings new life to the world?
Which organ doesn't contribute to remove waste material?
What's the function of your skeleton?
Which organ does the movement?
Which type of blood vessel lets gases and nutrients move in and out of the blood?
About how many heartbeats does an adult's heart make in one minute (when resting)?
Which two food groups provide energy?
Where are eggs (ovules) made?
Which gas does blood take from the lungs?
What is the name of the organ that produces bile to break down fats in the digestive system?
Which is a true statement?
What did the avarage dinosaur look like? Choose the best answer
If you were a herbivore, which would you eat?
What is the most likely reason some dinosaurs had horns, spikes, and plates?
How would an asteroid hitting the planet cause mass extinction?
What diid the largest dinosaurs normally eat?
How long did dinosaurs live on Earth?
What do birds and dinosaurs have in common?
A carnivorous dinosaur would eat which of these?
Mass extinction means....
Which of the following BEST describes a community?
Which is an example of following a law?
New York City and Atlanta, Georgia are ALIKE because both are
In a democracy, people govern
People live in many places. They follow laws. They are citizens. Which is the best summary of these sentences?
Many people live and play in urban areas. Which detail supports this summary?
One way that urban and rural areas differ is that urban areas have many buildings while rural areas have
Which of the following tells you about the population of a rural community?
Which is an opinion about living in a city? A city has
People who want to live near a city, but not in one, might live in a
Answers by Educators Question Database
When is kinetic energy transferred from object to object?
Divide 413 by 57
Divide 242 by 34
Divide 15,840 by 132
Divide 39,788 by 812
Divide 4823 by 36
Divide 5026 by 25
Divide 6694 by 80
Divide 2345 by 10
Divide 1266 by 20
Divide 8888 by 90
Divide 39,788 by 812
25,696 divided by 352
Divide 15,489 by 64
Divide 22,500 by 75
Divide 26,208 by 28
Divide 14,628 by 12
Divide 64,506 by 26
Divide 26,878 by 89
Divide 38,480 by 26
Divide 28,440 by 72
1. Turns litmus paper blue.
2. Feels slimey or slippery to the touch.
3. Turns litmus paper red.
4. True or false? Base solutions have a pH below 7.
5. True or false? Lemons contain citric acid.
6.True or false? An alkali is an acid.
7. Tastes sour.
8.Reacts with some metals to give off hydrogen gas.
9. True or false? Neutral solutions have a pH of 0.
10.True or false? Acid solutions have a pH above 7.
Which best describes the geography of Australia?
Which statement describes a monolith?
What is the main reason few people live in the Great Victoria Desert?
Where is the Great Barrier Reef?
What climate conditions are found in central Australia?
Which BEST describes where people live in Australia?
What important business is done in the outback?
Why is southeastern Australia a popular place for Australians to live?
Why is Australia called the Land Down Under?
Ayers Rock is located in what part of the continent of Australia?
What is the best summary of the selection?
The author of this selection thinks that –
According to the selection, how did Plains Indians demonstrate their status?
Why did the women take such care in construction and decoration of their husbands' hunting clothes?
What evidence suggests that feathers and trim were special to the Plains Indians?
The reader can conclude that ceremonial robes were worn only for special celebrations because –
What evidence does the author provide to support the conclusion that visions were important to the Indians?
How do paragraphs 1-8 contrast with paragraphs 9-10?
Which of the following sentences from the selection contains an opinion?
What is the main idea of paragraphs 4-7?
ella/querer
ellos/traer
yo/ir
ella/ser
nosotros/tener
tú/venir
Ud./hacer
vosotros/poner
ella/poder
Mis amigos y yo/andar
yo/dormir
ella/dormir
ellos/pedir
nosotros/pedir
tú/competir
ella/morir
Juan y Miguel/dormir
Ud./repetir
las plantas/morir
Marta y yo/servir
Natural processes change the surface of Earth. Some changes occur rapidly and some occur slowly. Which of the following would cause the slowest change on Earth's surface?
Carlos visits his grandmother's farm every summer. He likes to go down to the river and fish. Carlos has noticed a change in the river over the past few years. It seems to have gotten wider. What could have caused this river to beco
The dropping of rock that was carried by ice, wind, or water is called-
Why are the rocks and pebbles found on riverbeds usually smooth?
Which is most likely to make a rock break open?
Directly after a rain, while driving past Lake Arlington, you notice the water looks very muddy and cloudy. Which process caused this?
Where is erosion by wind likely to be the greatest?
What does moving water leave behind?
A student observes deep gullies or trenches on hills where the trees have been removed. Nearby hills where no trees have been removed do not have gullies. The best conclusion is that-
Weathering is a process that can change landforms over a long period of time. Which of the following best models the process of weathering?
Deposition changes the earth's surface because eroded materials-
Which of the following best describes the immediate effects on the surrounding land after a volcano erupts?
1. Which words in the second stanza of the poem help the reader understand the meaning of the word yonder?
In line 11 of the poem, the pronoun “it” refers to –
Lines 6-12 of the poem express a feeling of –
A central idea in the poem is –
How does the first stanza of the poem contrast with the last stanza?
The poet uses rhyme in order to –
The poet uses images from nature to convey –
The purpose of the fourth stanza of the poem is to –
What is the speaker doing in the poem?
The second and third stanza of the poem are mainly about –
Bacteria live in a variety of locations one of which is the human mouth. Which explanation supports the wide variety of bacteria in the mouth?
Bacteria can thrive in many environments including hostile environments like hot springs, polar ice caps and salt flats. This is due to the __________ of bacteria.
Some bacteria, like those that cause Cholera, have a flagellum that allows them to
What are bacterial chromosomes made up of?
Archaea are different from bacteria in that Archaea
One way bacteria are important to the Earth and its ecosystems is that
Prokaryotes are different from all other organisms in that their cells
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 [167] 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369