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Which of the following is an example of a nonvascular plant?
Which of the following is characteristic of gymnosperms?
Fern spores are produced in structures called ___.
How are dandelion seeds usually dispersed?
Which seed is dispersed by water?
When are stomata usually open?
A stem growing up a chain-link fence or a trellis is growing in response to ___.
Which plant hormone stimulates ripening?
What happens during mitosis?
What usually happens right after a cell's nucleus divides?
All of these are an example of asexual reproduction except ___.
How many sex cells result from both meiosis I and meiosis II?
Cells that have half the number of chromosomes as body cells are called ___.
If a sex cell has 12 chromosomes, how many chromosomes will there be after fertilization?
A pure bred red-flowering plant and a pure bred white-flowering plant cross. The offspring produce pink flowers. What pattern of inheritance is this?
Blood type in humans is an example of ___.
An allele carried on a Y chromosome will affect ___.
What must be true of a person with cystic fibrosis?
Something in an experiment that can change is called a ___.
Which of the following units is a scientists likely to use to measure the distance between two cities?
You have changed in size since your birth. What characteristic of life does your change in size illustrate?
What increases as a child grows into an adult?
Which characteristic of life is represented by a paramecium dividing?
When using scientific methods to solve a problem, which of the following is a scientist most likely to do after determining that a hypothesis is not supported by the data?
What are the smallest units of an organism that can carry on the functions of life?
What structure would you find in a plant cell that you would not find in an animal cell?
Which of the following is found in both a cell and a virus?
Which of the following is NOT a part of the cell theory based on the observations and conclusions of Virchow?
What affect does acid rain have on the pH of natural lakes and streams?
Which of the following natural conditions can affect the atmosphere's ability to disperse pollutants?
What is a colorless, odorless gas found in car exhaust that contributes to air pollution?
Which of the following men was the first U.S. citizen to orbit Earth?
Which of the following can launch an object into space?
What is the speed of light?
WHy are space telescopes so important to our current study of astronomy?
Which type of radiation has a longer wavelength than visible light does?
Which space probe visited Venus?
When the Moon moves between the Sun and Earth and casts a shadow on Earth's surface, there is a(n) ___.
During which Era did dinosaurs dominate Earth?
When the large supercontinent broke apart during the Triassic Period, what was the name of the southern landmass that formed?
When did humans evolve?
How many body segments did triolobites have?
What mountains formed as a result of India colliding with Asia?
The ozone layer is found in which layer of the atmosphere?
What we think of as our weather is found primarily in which layer of the atmospehre?
Which layer of the atmosphere contains electrically charged particles?
What process changes a liquid to water vapor?
Heat is transferred by contact through which process?
Which forms on the floors of caves as water drips through cracks?
What is used in the formation of geysers and springs?
What is the term for a layer of permeable rock through which water moves freely?
Which of the following is used as evidence of seafloor spreading?
The process occurring in the mantle that is thought to be the force behind plate tectonics is an example of a(n)
What type of forces create mountains?
Which scientist is credited with the continental drift hypothesis?
Which term refers to the ridged layer of Earth that is about 100 km thick and generally less dense than the material below it?
What is the approximate rate of plate movement?
What type of plate boundary has plates sliding past each other?
What is the term for sediment that is sorted and deposited by the meltwater of a glacier?
What is the term for wind erosion that leaves behind coarse sediments and moves the finer grained material?
Where do continental glaciers exist today?
What is formed when the bedrock is scratched by rocks a glacier is carrying?
How can wind erosion be reduced?
What is composed of fine-grained, windblown sediment?
A rill becomes broader and deeper during which type of erosion?
What is the term that describes the area from which a stream collects runoff?
Which term describes soil or rock that allows water to pass through it?
Which of the following is often found in groundwater and dissolves limestone to form caves?
Which group of minerals form along faults?
What is the most abundant element is the crust?
For whom is the mineral hardness chart named?
What is a mineral that is useful enough to be mined for a profit?
Which type of lava is fluid and flows freely from volcanoes?
During which process do layer upon layer of sediment build up, exerting pressure on the lower layer of sediment?
Which rock is often mined as a valuable resource?
Which of the following rocks is an igneous rock?
Which rock is foliated?
How are igneous rocks classified?
Das I-Pad ist _________ als das Tablet.
Das Buch ist ___________ modern wie das Radio.
Was passiert mit den kurzen Adjektiven (A, O, U)?
Der Komparativ von gut ist...
¿Qué añadimos al adjetivo en forma positiva para formar el comparativo?
Der Komparativ von billig (barato) ist ...
Mach die Musik _________!
Meine Mutter ist ______ als ich.
Das Auto ist Schnell. Das Fahrrad ist nicht so schnell.
Was ist der Komparativ von Adjektiven wie kurz, jung, alt?
What is a safe place?
What is an owner?
The right of a person to be tried by a jury, or a group, of citizens to decide if the person is guilty or innocent of committing a crime.
What is the differences among people?
A person who comes into a country to make a new life.
A religious movement that began in the Middle Colonies that changed the way many people practiced their religion.
What is acceptance of religious differences?
A volunteer army.
What is fairness?
What is prosperity?
An official paper in which certain rights are given by a government to a person, group, or business.
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What is the SYSTEM UNIT?
What is a Memory Chip?
What is a Flash Memory?
What is the PC Card?
what is the keyboard?
what is a pointing device?
what is a hard disk?
what is a USB Flash Drive?
What is a Smart Card?
What is a Monitor
A mineral must be inorganic, which means that it contains
The color of a mineral's powder is called its
If you broke a mineral into tiny pieces, each piece would
Coal is NOT classified as a mineral because
The repeating pattern of a mineral\'s particles forms a solid called a(n)
What is the hardest known mineral?
Most minerals do NOT split apart evenly. Instead, they have a characteristic type of
The term used to describe how a mineral reflects light from its surface is
The softest mineral on the Mohs hardness scale is
When geologists say that a mineral always contains certain elements in definite proportions, they mean that the mineral
In order to describe velocity, you would need to know what?
To have momentum, an object must be what?
If an object is moving at a constant velocity and you want to change its momentum, you would change its what?
A line on a speed-time graph with a steep slope would indicate what?
A moving object's velocity decreases, its momentum would do what?
Speed is a rate of change in what?
When object A collides with Object B and bounces back, its final momentum is ______ its initial momentum
Momentum is a measure of
When you run around a track at 5 km/h, your velocity is what?
What is the law of comservation of momentum?
Where is Japan located?
What type of geography does Japan have?
How has geography affected Japan?
What were the major classes of people under feudalism?
What was the basis of feudalism in Japan?
How were European and Japanese feudalism alike?
How were European and Japanese feudalism different?
What kind of climate affects Japan?
How has location affected Japan?
The code of bushido was
Feudal societies are characterized by
Bushido, samurai, and daimyo are associated with which group
Shintoism involves
Which of these is part of feudalism?
Calligraphy, the tea ceremony, and Zen Buddhism are examples of
Which two cultures influenced early Japan?
The code of bushido was concerned with
Which group dominated feudalism?
Which fact was a result of the other three?
How has Japan adapted to their enviornment?
If a ball is rolling in a straight line and you push it to the right, its velocity will do what to the right?
When you graph the motion of an object, you put ____ on the horizontal axis and _____ on the vertical axis
If you exert a force on an object in motion you will change its what?
Momentum has the same direction as what?
If your speed changes from 10 km/h to 6 km/h, you would have what kind of acceleration?
Acceleration involves a change in what?
If you travel through a city and find that you travel 5 km in 30 minutes, you could say that your _____ speed is 6 km/h.
What is displacement?
The speed you read from your speedometer is your what?
On your test, put the name of my favorite shark above your name!
Under normal conditions, fluorine is a gas and bromine is a liquid. This is because
What happens when two chlorine atoms combine to form a molecule of chlorine?
Which molecule is nonpolar?
As a bond between hydrogen and oxygen are formed, electrons are
Which compound contains both ionic and covalent bonds?
An atom of which element has the greatest attraction for electrons in a bond with hydrogen?
Which of these elements does not exist as a diatomic molecule?
Which of the following elements can form diatomic molecules held together by triple covalent bonds?
What is the shape of ammonia (NH3)?
What are the weakest attractions between molecules
Which elements can form diatomic molecules joined by a single covalent bond?
A molecule with a single covalent bond is
In which of the following compounds is the octet expanded to include 12 electrons?
Which of the following bonds is most polar?
What property determines how much negative charge an element will have in a covalent bond with hydrogen?
What is the shape of a water molecule?
How many bonds can carbon form?
Which of the following compounds will undergo hydrogen bonding?
Which of the following intermolecular forces is the strongest?
Which of the following types of solids has the highest melting point?
After the release of their 1st album, how many years must an artist/band wait until eligible for nomination?
How many PERFORMERS are inducted every year?
What are the categories of inductees?
How old was Jimi Hendrix when he got his first guitar?
What musical genres are represented in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?
How old was Jimi Hendrix when he died?
In what genre of music did Johnny Cash get his start?
What was the song that Jimi Hendrix played that changed his entire career?
What did Johnny Cash think was the most important aspect of music?
When was the Rock and Roll HOF established?
Which is not a state of matter?
Which state of matter do the molecules move the fastest?
What is physical change?
What is chemical change?
Which is not a way heat energy can be transferred?
What is expansion?
What is contraction?
Name the four phases of change.
What are the solid, liquid and gas forms of water?
Define distillation.
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Recombinant DNA is made by ___.
A chromosome disorder occurs when ___.
A group of organisms that share similar charcteristics and can reproduce among themselves to produce fertile offspring is called a ___.
Which of the following is a principle of natural selection?
Humans, monkeys, and apes belong to a group of animals known as ___.
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of primates?
The scientific name for modern humans is ___.
Which of the following is based on teh idea that younger rock layers are deposited on top of older rock layers?
What function does a thick, gelatinlike capsule serve in a bacterium?
When do males begin producing sperm?
An egg is released from an ovary about once per month in a process called ___.
Which of the following glands is found in the abdomen?
Identical twins result from ___.
Adolescence usually begins around age ___.
Which of the following glands is attached to the brain?
Which of the following is a sign of inflammation?
Which of these causes infectious diseases?
Which of the following is a noninfectious disease?
Which of the following is NOT a way to prevent cancer?
Which process releases carbon dioxide into the atmosphere?
Which diagram represents the amount of energy available at each feeding level in an ecosystem?
Which of the following is an example of a freshwater ecosystem?
Which of the following is an example of a saltwater ecosystem?
Which of these is a renewable resource?
Which of these is a nonrenewable resource?
Which of these is NOT an alternative to fossil fuels?
Which of the following is necessary for the production of geothermal power?
Photovoltaic cells work only ___.
Composting is the recycling of ___.
All the organisms of the same species living in an area at the same time make up a ___.
Which of the following terms specifies the place where an organism lives?
The largest number of individuals of one species that an ecosystem can support over time is its ___.
The green plants growing around a pond are ___.
Which of the following is NOT part of an organism's niche?
A puppy infected with roundworms is an example of ___.
Which of these tends to decrease the size of a population?
The abiotic factor that is a major ingredient of the fluid inside the cells of organisms is ___.
The process by which liquid water changes to water vapor is called ___.
Through which process do producers remove carbon dioxide from the air?
The blood vessels that supply the heart with nutrients and oxygen make up ___.
Which structure warms and moistens the air you breathe in?
Bronchial tubes can contract quickly when a person has ___.
Which of the following is NOT an excretory organ?
When you inhale, which way does the rib cage move?
The release of energy from glucose using oxygen is called ___.
The basic functioning units of the nervous system are cells called ___.
Which structure of the eye does light pass through first?
Which of these is a structure of the inner ear?
What is the main function of the semicircular canals?
Which of these structures is NOT found in the dermis?
Which of the following is an example of chemical digestion?
Which digestive organ is lines with villi?
Where does digestion start?
Which of the following is NOT a function of blood?
Which of these can help prevent cardiovascular disease?
Where does oxygen-rich blood first enter the heart?
Blood vessels that move blood away from the heart are called ___.
Which of the following is an organ of the lymphatic system?
Which of these organs makes lymphocytes?
A bird building a nest is an example of a(n)
Sneezing and shivering are examples of ___.
What type of behavior is shown when a puppy rolls on its back when confronted with another dog?
Pheromones are used by some animals in ___.
Which of the following might be used in light communication?
Hibernation and migration are examples of what kind of behavior?
Which of the following is an example of an involuntary muscle?
What makes your skin tan when exposed to sunlight?
What is the function of cartilage at the ends of bones?
What do ligaments do?
Amphibians are likely to estivate during ___.
Which was the first group of vertebrates to live on land?
Which of these is an amphibian?
Which of the following is a marsupial?
Which of the following is NOT an adaptation that enables birds to fly?
What distinguishes monotremes from other mammals?
What distinguishes placental mammals from other mammals?
An organ consisting of embryonic and maternal tissues that nourishes a developing embryo inside the mother is called ___.
Flight muscles attach to a bird's ___.
A behavior that an organism is born with is called a(n) ___.
Which of the following organisms is a mollusk?
Which structure grinds the soil an earthworm ingests?
What is the function of the aortic arches?
Which of the following organisms has a closed circulatory system?
Which of these animals is a crustacean?
Which of these animals undergoes incomplete metamorphosis?
Which of these is NOT a characteristic of arthropods?
A water-vascular system is unique to ___.
What are the hollow, thin-walled tubes that end in a suction cup on a sea star's underside?
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic shared by all chordates?
In which cell structure does photosynthesis take place?
Which of these substances is produced during photosynthesis?
Long-day plants usually flower ___.
An animal that eats only plants or plant parts is a(n) ___.
An animal with a backbone is called a(n) ___.
A tiger's stripes hide it in tall grass. This is an example of ___.
Which of the following is a behavioral adaptation that helps prey avoid predators?
Which of these is an example of mimicry?
Which of these animals spends part of its life as a polyp and part as a medusa?
Nematode is another name for which of the following groups of animals?
Mushrooms are an example of a ___.
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What region was the colony of Massachusetts in?
What region was the colony of Virginia in?
What region was the colony of Pennsylvania in?
Who was Pennsylvania's most famous citizen?
What was a typical chore of a boy colonial times?
What was a typical chore for a girl in colonial times?
What religion was the most common in New England?
Which colonial region was known for its religious tolerance?
What was the voyage slaves took from Africa to the New World?
The land in New England was not good for farming, so instead, many colonists became...
What was the largest city in the Pennsylvania colony?
Most large plantations were located in which colonial region?
Ben Franklin invented all of the following...except WHAT?
The rich soil in the southern colonies caused many colonists there to become
An artisan is someone who...
The most common religion found in the middle colonies was
A free market economy is when
The city of _______ was an important port city in the middle colonies.
Which colony was NOT in the southern colonial region?
Which colony was created as a place for debtors to go?
What crop was NOT grown in the southern colonies?
What did the slaves do to help them survive the tough times they faced?
What did farmers do to make sure the slaves worked hard?
Which were MORE common in the south?
BONUS #1: Who founded the colony of Connecticut?
BONUS #2: Before the colony was called, \
BONUS #3: Why did Lord Baltimore found the colony of Maryland?
Super Bonus #1: Name all of the colonies in New England.
Super Bonus #2: Name all of the colonies in the Middle colonies.
Super Bonus #3: Name all of the colonies in the South.
What is the most amount of energy an atom can gain or lose?
What is the maximum electrons that can occupy one orbital?
What is Bohr\'s model of the atom?
What is Heisenberg\'s uncertainty principle?
What are the first 3 subshells?
Who first stated that light is made of particles called photons?
Why do atomic emission spectrum show only certain frequencies of light?
What model of the atom says that electrons act both like particles and like waves?
What is the photoelectric effect?
What is the noble gas configuration for lithium?
Who came up with the quantum concept?
Who came up with the idea that energy acts like particles?
Whose model of the atom is most like a solid billards ball?
What principle says that a maximum two electrons can occupy one orbital if the electrons are in opposite spins?
An wave equation to figure out the probably of where an electron might be was derived by.........
Neils Bohr model of the atom says_______
The wave-particle duality was espoused by------
Rutherford's gold foil experiment discovered------
An atomic emission spectrum
What principle says that electrons will fill a lower energy level before occupying a higher energy level.
What direction does the Earth revolve around the Sun?
As you increase the angle of insolation, what happens to the temperature?
In one year (365 1/4 days), the Earth makes one complete
What 3 words make up the word insolation?
In one day (24 hours), the Earth makes one complete
During either the fall equinox or the spring equinox, what is the sun directly above?
In the northern hemisphere, what is the sun directly above during our summer solstice?
If the Earth's axis was not tilted, what would we not have?
What is the date for the shortest day of the year in the northern hemisphere?
On this day, in the northern hemisphere, the days begin to get shorter and the nights begin to get longer.
What does the decision in Gideon vs Wainright guarantee everyone?
Why did the court rule that there should not be prayer in school in Engel vs Vitale?
Which U.S. Supreme Court decision assured accused persons the right to be informed of certain constitutional rights at the time of their arrest?
What does the decision in Mapp vs Ohio protect us from?
Which U.S. Supreme Court decision ruled that your rights can be restricted if they present a clear and present danger to the country?
Which two court cases deal with safety in schools?
During the ratification debates of 1788, the activities of the Anti-Federalists led to
The major reason the Bill of Rights was added to the Constitution was to
Federalism is best described as
Which idea had a major influence on the authors of the Articles of Confederation?
Which of these might a scientist do to communicate scientific results?
What is the study of energy and how it affects matter?
What is matter?
Once you've made observations and asked a QUESTION you are ready to....
What is the study of the structure and properties of matter?
What do you do after you have formed a hypothesis?
What is energy?
Which tool would you use to measure length?
Which SI unit is a unit for mass?
What represents an object or system?
Conduction is the transfer of energy by
When molecules collide, the transfer of energy is called
What is it called when cold air falls down and warm air pushes up?
What is the process called when warm air in our atmosphere moves from one place to another?
Which process occurs because of a difference of density between hot air and cold air?
What method of heat transfer doesn't need molecules. It can travel in waves through outer space?
What can you do to a your house so that you don't need to use as much air conditioning in the summer?
Which is the best example of conduction?
Which is the best example of convection?
Which is the best example of radiation?
What is the Constitution?
Why was the Declaration of Independence written?
Which of the following is NOT a topic of the first three articles of the Constitution?
Which branch of government is Congress part of?
Which branch of government are the President and Vice-President part of?
Which branch of government are the House of Representatives and Senate part of?
Which branch of government is the Supreme Court part of?
Which is a job of the Legislative Branch?
Which is a job of the Executive Branch?
Which is a job of the Judicial Branch?
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The ___ response to a fearful situation is one function of the endocrine system.
Which of these is the process that continues life?
Hormones from the endocrine system get to the bloodstream ___.
___ are produced by the endocrine system.
Which of these is a hormone produced in the pancreas?
Fraternal twins ___.
Which of these is true?
___ controls the amount of hormones the endocrine system sends.
___ carries nutrients and oxygen to the developing embryo from its mother.
The process of heating a liquid to kill much of the bacteria in milk and other liquids is called ___.
White blood cells called ___ are important in specific defenses against pathogens.
Forms of antigens that give you active immunity to a disease without getting the disease first are called ___.
What is the job of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the United States?
Which one of the following could be described as a minute piece of genetic material that multiplies in host cells?
What body system is attacked when a person is infected with HIV?
Which one of the following is a characteristic of cancer cells?
What is an overly strong reaction of the immune system to a foreign substance called?
Joseph Lister recognized the relationship between the infection rate following surgery and ___.
Molecules that are foreign to your body are called ___.
Which of these organisms is a producer?
___ limits population size.
All populations living together in an ecosystem are called a ___.
Which of these limits the size of a population?
Which of these factors helps a population grow?
A population of wolves lives in a region with plenty of food, water, and living space. Which of these is true?
Your sick puppy is diagnosed with roundworms. What type of symbiotic relationship do the puppy and the roundworms have?
The largest number of organisms in a species that can live in an ecosystem at one time is its ___.
Clown fish swim among a sea anemone's tentacles without being stung. What type of symbiotic relationship do the clown fish and the sea anemone have?
All the tortoises living in a specific region of a desert ecosystem make up a ___.
Which of these is an abiotic factor?
The process that is almost the reverse of photosynthesis is ___.
Where would you find organisms that produce food by chemosynthesis?
Grass uses photosynthesis to produce ___.
Nonliving physical features of the environment are called ___.
One possible result of extra carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is ___.
DNA in organisms is formed by ___.
Which of these organisms is the first step in a food chain?
Features of the environment that are alive now or once were alive are called ___.
Which of these can add nitrogen to the soil?
Which one of these is true of the tropical rain forest biome?
The gradual changes that happen in the types of species living in a region are called ___.
Which of these biomes receives little annual precipitation?
Which biome typically has four distinct seasons?
Which of these aquatic ecosystems has the highest salinity?
Which of these biomes is considered the most biologically diverse?
Because ponds tend to be filled with plant material, these bodies of water are usually high in ___.
In many desert regions, water is diverted from streams and rivers to provide it to people in cities. How does this impact the animals in the area?
Taigas and grasslands are examples of ___.
In which aquatic ecosystem would you find ocean fish being raised for food for humans?
The most reliable source of energy for all life on Earth is ___.
Wind and rain can cause ___, the movement of soil from one place to another.
Which one of the following human activities would be most likely to increase soil erosion?
Earth would be too cold to support life as we know it without ___.
Used paper, grass clippings, and vegetable scraps can be turned into soil-enriching ___.
The 3 Rs of conservation are ___.
___ is electricity produced when the energy of falling water turns the blades of a generator turbine.
Rain can cause water pollution when it washes ___.
Water that collects between particles of soil and rocks are called ___.
Not only does it save resources to recycle metals and glass, it also takes far less ___ to make containers and other products from recycled minerals.
Which of the folowing is the study of things such as rocks, weather, and objects in space?
Which of these is a factor to which experimental results can be compared?
Which is a rule that describes the behavior of something in nature?
The process of using scientific discoveries for practical purposes is called ___.
Dr. Fred Whipple proposed that a comet was like a dirty snowball. This is an example of ___.
What type of questions cannot be solved by scientific methods?
Which is NOT an example of matter?
Which best explains how electrons are arranged around an atom?
What is the overall charge of a neutral atom?
If an atom has 6 protons and 11 neutrons, what is its mass number?
What holds atoms together in compounds?
Which types of bond can form without the interactions of electrons?
Which is a homogeneous mixture?
Which is the most common state of matter in the universe?
A glass contains liquid water. Which explains how the water particles move?
An isotope contains a different number of ___ than other atoms of the same element.
Which mineral is commonly found in rocks?
Which property describes a mineral's resistance to scratching?
Magnetite displays which special property?
Which mineral property explains why some minerals break along smooth, flat surfaces?
Which is a thick black liquid formed from decayed organic matter?
In which source might methane exist as useful reserves?
Which of the following is a renewable resource that is constant and will not run out?
What type of energy uses running water to generate electricity?
What is gasohol composed of?
Which of the following reduces the need for new resources to be used?
Which landform is a flat, raised area of land?
Which of the following provides precise data about your position on Earth's surface?
Which of the following connects points of equal elevation on a topographic map?
Which type of mountain forms when rock layers are folded like a rug?
What feature is indicated by the arrow on the map?
Which type of map shows the arrangement and types of rocks at Earth's surface?
Which is used to measure distance north or south of the equator?
Which of the following describes a soil's texture?
Which soil horizon usually contains humus?
Which of the following is a chemical weathering agent?
Which of the following might mix a soil creating good-quality soil?
Which type of rock is suitable for cave formation?
During a severe drought, which will likely cause the most erosion of a farmland?
What is the R horizon composed of?
Treating genetic disorders by inserting normal alleles into cells is called ___.
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Any change or addition to the Constitution is...
Which of the following is NOT a freedom guaranteed by the First Amendment?
How old must a person be to run for President?
For how many years must a person be a resident of the U.S. to run for President?
A person running for President does not have to a native-born American citizen.
Congress is divided into three houses.
If both parts of Congress approve a bill, it is sent to the President.
There are four senators from each state.
The number of representatives chosen from each state depends on the population.
A president's term is 6 years.
A representative's term is 2 years.
The Constitution was written in 1776.
Who becomes President if for any reason the President cannot carry out the duties?
A short introduction to the Constitution is called...
Before a law is passed by Congress and signed by the President, it is called...
How old must a person be to run for Senator?
How many terms can the President serve?
How old must a person be to run for representative?
How many judges are on the Supreme Court?
In what year was the Declaration of Independence written?
Which of the following is not a provision of the 2002 reforms to enhance disclosure?
What has been one result of the most recent campaign finance reforms?
The Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002
PACs tend to
The campaign stages of a presidential campaign, in chronological order, are
Purpose of a national convention include all but
Independent candidates can formally get on the ballot through
Disclosure of campaign funds was first mandated under the
When a labor union or business organization spends large but undisclosed amounts of money to a campaign but does not identify a specific candidate, it is termed
A corporate PAC believes that it is buying ___________ when it contributes to an election.
What is the single most important reason that the current nomination process has not been reformed?
The National Voter Registration Act (1993) provides for
Compared to other countries, Americans hold
All of the following are true concerning voter turnout EXCEPT
The level of voting increases with increase in
All of the following are true EXCEPT
The trend in the past few decades seems to indicate that Americans increasingly vote
If no candidate wins a majority of the Electoral College votes, the election is decided by the
Electors are chosen by
The impact of presidential popularity is termed the
The constitutional qualifications for the office of president include all of the following EXCEPT
Which of the following characteristics is NOT descriptive of a professional campaign?
The purpose of the Federal Election Commission is to
Front-loading of presidential primaries refers to the practice of
The framers of the constitution established the Electoral College because they wanted
The major parties are not in favor of eliminating the Electoral College because
The form of ballot that encourages straight-ticket voting is the
Which statement is correct with respect to age as a factor in voting?
The Rational Ignorance Effect refers to
Which of the following classes of people do have the right to vote?
14. The Supreme Court ruling on the constitutionality of law is an example of which constitutional principle?
15. Which of the following accurately describes the role of the Judicial Branch in the impeachment process?
What is the MAIN purpose of the Judicial Branch?
The United States has a dual court system which means…
How many justices are the on the Supreme Court?
Which of the following characterizes the Supreme Court?
Of the nearly 7,000 appeals that are brought to the Supreme Court each year, how many cases does the Supreme Court agree to hear?
Which of the following best defines the term Writ of Certiorari?
Which of the following best characterizes Judicial checks over the Executive Branch?
Which of the following best describes a majority opinion?
The chimney of a pioneer cabin that was made of a mixture of mud and twigs was known as a
One of the first people interested in settling western Virginia was Louis Michel, a native of
The language spoken in the mountains is commonly referred to as
One who buys something, such as land, hoping that it will increase in value and provide a profit when sold is known as a profit when sold is know as a
Pioneer clothing was most often
Another name for ministers or priest is
Marking trees around the border of a piece of land in order to ensure ownership of the land was know as exercising
The term Pennsylvania Dutch came from the word Deutsch, which means
Any action that denies people their rights because of prejudice is know as
Indentured servants usually served for a period of
The Indians called corn
The European settlers of western Virginia who came from the area in Europe known as the Palatinate were
Govenrment by the people is known as a
The practice of owning people as property is
Who was the first permanent European settler in western Virginia
The early settlers sometimes used ____________, removing a band of bark all the way around a tree in order to kill it and clear it from the land
Draper's Meadow, the first settlement west of the Allegheny Divide, was founded by the
Various religious groups are known as
Split logs; often used to form the floor of a cabin
To implant into a person's mind
You and a friend go out and buy candy. You buy 16 pieces and your friend buys 20 pieces Make a ratio and write it in its simplest form.
Maria's penny collection contains three Indian head pennies for every 36 Lincoln pennies. If Maria has 612 Lincoln head pennies, how many Indian head pennies does she have?
Mr. Davis drives 508 miles in eight hours. At this rate, how many miles does he drive in six hours?
Mr. Franco's records show that 44% of his students bring their own lunches to school. Which decimal represents the percent of students in Mr. Franco's class who do NOT bring their lunches to school?
Kevin is putting together information packets to give to parents at open house. He can put together 8 packets in 20 minutes. Which of the following proportions could be used to find how many minutes, m, it will take Kevin to put together 40 packets?
Bonnie sleeps eight hours during every 24- hour period. Which ratio correctly compares the number of hours she sleeps to the number of hours she is awake?
417 pages in 3 days = ______ pages in 9 days
7/ 4 = 14 / n
a 2.6-kg bag of carrots for $7.05 ________ per kg
Is 2/4 = 1/3 a proportion?
Which of the following is an example of a renewable resource
Renewable resources
Which of the follwoing is an example of a non renewable resource
Refer to Figure 3 on page 96; In which layer will the petroleum be found in the oil trap
Refer to Figure 3 on page 96; Where is the cap rock layer?
Refer to Figure 3 on page 96; Could the well produce oil and natural gas
Which of the following energy resources migh replace dwondling petroleum supplies one day
Which of the following alternative energy sources in NOT inexhastable?
Which of the following is a drawback to the use of oil shale to produce energy
Most metalic ores are porcuded by which two types of processes
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Which of these is a flight adaptation for birds?
What role in nature do hummingbirds perform?
Which of these produces milk?
___ help mammals sense their environment.
Which of these is a marsupial?
Where do placental embryos develop?
Bird parents ___ their eggs until they hatch.
Which of these animals has a skeleton adapted for running?
Which mammal teeth are used to bite and cut?
When a skunk uses its scent glands to spray, it is ___.
What describes the way an organism interacts with other organisms?
Gray whales swim to warm waters off of Mexico from their cold arctic water homes. What instinctive behavior is this an example of?
A gosling follows a goose shortly after hatching, and from that point on considers that goose its parent. What is this an example of?
What is a cyclic response to cold temperatures?
Ivan P. Pavlov conducted famous experiments to study behavior and ___.
Which of the following is NOT an example of courtship behavior?
Which of these is true about a hibernating animal?
Animals that are active during daylight hours are ___.
Owls are active at night. They are ___.
The outer layer of skin is called the ___.
Food moves through your digestive system. What type of muscle makes this action happen?
What is the skin's most important function?
Two or more bones come together at ___.
Bones protect your ___.
Which two elements help make bones hard?
___ makes movement easier by reducing friction that might happen if bones rubbed together.
About how many bones does the human body have at birth?
About how many muscles are in your body?
About how many bones are in an adult body?
Which of these can be found in the stomach?
Which of these is true?
Which of these foods provides all of the essential amino acids your body needs?
What are the building blocks of protein?
Which vitamin does your body make when your skin is exposed to sunlight?
Which digestive tract organ absorbs water from undigested food?
Which of these is an inorganic nutrient?
What covers your windpipe to prevent food from entering it?
Which of these is an organic nutrient?
What occurs when you chew food with your teeth?
Blood goes from your lower body back to your heart through ___.
Which of these might occur if coronary circulation is blocked?
Which of these is true?
What are the upper chambers of the heart called?
What prevents blood from flowing backward in the veins?
Which of these fights invaders of your body?
___ carry blood away from the heart.
One way to get nutrients into cells is ___.
Which of these is caused when blood pressure is higher than normal?
The measure of the force of your blood that occurs when blood is pushed out of the heart is the ___.
What is one reason the Civil War started in Georgia?
What is the definition of states' rights?
Which is correct about nullification?
What did the Missouri Compromise do?
The Fugitive Slave Act was part of which compromise?
Which state was admitted as a free state to the union during the Compromise of 1850?
Who was a political leader during the Georgia Platform?
The ability for the states to decide for themselves if they would be slave or free was determined during which decision?
Which court case stated that slaves and freed blacks were not citizens of the United States?
Who won the election of 1860?
Who was against Georgia seceeding?
Where was the bloodiest one day battle of the Civil War?
What document said that all slaves in the rebellious states would be freed on January 1, 1863?
What was the battle that was considered the turning point of the war?
This was the largest battle fought in Georgia
Another name for the Union blockade of Georgia's coast is
Who was the Union general who left an impact on the state of Georgia?
What city was captured by William Sherman prior to the March to the Sea?
Sherman’s army created a path of destruction that was 300 miles long and 60 miles wide in the _______.
Which was the worst prisoner of war camp during the Civil War?
your brain can control your breathing rate depending on the amount of ___ present in your blood.
Besides the kidney, what other organ also filter blood to remove wastes?
The ___ system is made up of several different systems that function together to remove wastes from your body.
Inhaling the tar in ___ is the greatest contributing factor in lung cancer.
The urinary system is important in regulating ___ in the body.
What is the function of cilia that line the nasal cavity?
During dialysis an artificial kidney machine is used to ___.
Which of the following is the correct pathway of air after it enters the nasal passages?
The exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the lungs takes place between the ___.
Which of the following is a lung disorder that occurs when the bronchial tubes contract quickly?
Which reconstruction plan said the South would be readmitted into the Union if 10% of the population swore an oath of allegiance to the United States?
Under this plan, southern states were required to pass the 14th amendment in order to be readmitted into the Union.
What was created to help African-Americans adjust to their newly gained freedom?
What is the main difference between a sharecropper and a tenant farmer?
What was the name of one of the first black legislators after the Civil War?
What was the name of the group that used tactics of intimidation, physical violence, and murder against blacks in hopes of establishing social control over African Americans?
Which organization did the federal government create in 1865 to supervise the transition of slaves to freedom?
In Gone with the Wind, what was the name of the first husband of Scarlett O'Hara?
In Gone with the Wind, what was the name of Scarlett's home?
Are you prepared for your test over the Civil War?
Moving your finger away from a sharp piece of glass that cuts your skin is a reflex response that is controlled by ___.
The division of the periperal nervous system that regulates your ability to snap your fingers is ___.
___ receive messages and send them to the cell body of the neuron.
The division of the peripheral nervous system that regulates your heart beat is ___.
One function of your inner ear is to maintain ___.
One part of the central nervous system is the ___.
A stimulus is a change inside or outside your body that brings about ___.
After you run 50 m as fast as you can, you might be out of breath. What process causes your breathing to return to its regular pattern?
___ carry messages away from the cell body of the neuron.
Suppose you injure the right side of your brain. Which of these might happen?
Which of these is true?
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Placer deposits form when
Vein deposits are usually produced by
Which of the following is a non metallic meniral resouce
What are non metallic resources commonly used for
Which of the following non metallic meneral resources is used both as a building material and as an industrial mineral
The advantages of solar energy include the fact that it is
Harnessing the sun\\\'s energy to produce heat or electricity is
What is one of the drawbacks to the extensive use of solar energy
The fuel for nuclear fission in nuclear reactors is
Which of the following is a problem associated with the increased use of nuclear energy
How does nuclear fission produce energy
It is estimated that in the future wind energy could produce what percentage of the nations demand for electriciity
One problem with wind energy as a major source of electricity is
Hydroelectric poser is produced by
wind power generates
What is the source of geothermal energy
Hoiw is tidal poser harnessed
Fresh water is used for which of the following
Which of the following is an example of a non point source of fresh water pollution
What amount of Earth's total water supply is usable fresh water
Refer to figure 19 on page 110; What is the single largest source of air pollutnats
Refer to figure 19 on page 110; What percentage of the major primary air pollutants is composed of nitrogen oxides
Which of the pollutants are considered to contribute to the pollution problem known as acid precipitation ?
What is the function of the atmosphere's ozone layers
The greenhouse gas carbon dioxide helps to
Which of the following is NOT a land resource?
Which of the following do petroleum resources provide in addition ot energy
One way that mining for mineral resources damages land is by
In which decade were the first iomportant laws passed to decrease water pollution
The Clean Water Act
Cars with hybrid and electric motors
What is the most important law passed to deal with air pollution
Contour plowing is a soil conservation method that involves
The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976 has resulted in
Compost helps preserve the health of soil because it
Coal and Petroleum and Natural Gas are
Two broad categories of non metallic mineral resources are ____________ minerals and industrial minerals
The nation's most important air pollution law is
How are non metallic resources used
What are Two Laws passed to prevent of decrease water pollution
An oxygen molecule has a double bond because
Which molecule is nonpolar?
Which substance will dissolve in water to conduct electricity?
At STP, fluorine is a gas and bromine is a liquid because
As phosphorus gains electrons, which of the following is true?
The formula of a copper-containing compound must include
If a polyatomic ion is present, what kind of bonding is present?
How many electrons are shared between the two atoms of a nitrogen molecule?
If a substance has a low boiling point and does not easily dissolve in water, it's bonding is most likely
A metal conducts electricity easily because
NH4Cl
CO
Pb(OH)2
SiCl4
CaO
strontium hydroxide
tin(IV) cyanide
nitrogen dioxide
Magnesium permanganate
strontium acetate
What does a eukaryotic cell have that a porkaryotic cell does not
What does a plant cell have that an animal cell does not have
What is the orginal cell called in mitosis
What is stored in the vacuole
What is produced by mitosis
What part of the cell is the brain
Why did we use Methelyne Blue in the cheek cell lab?
What part of the cell holds the cell together and controls what goes in and out?
Humans are and example of what type of cell?
What part of a plant cell gives it the green color
What attributes make life differ from non life?
Life requires energy
The second law of thermodynamics say that with the passage of time, disorder increases
Although matter exists in a low entropy state within an organism, it is local and temporary and requires more energy to create than it retains
Heterotrophy refers to those organisms that must get their energy from other organisms
Cellular respiration is
Primary producers are
Photosynthesis is the process of converting light energy into carbon dioxide
Photosynthesis is the production of high energy compounds from light and low energy compounds. Respiration is the release of energy from high energy compounds as they convert into low energy compounds
Chemosynthesis is similar to photosynthesis because it uses sunlight, but different because it doesn't produce carbohydrates
The primary product of primary production is ________________ Scientists express measurement of it as
Biomass means _____________________ Standing crop is the ___________________ in an ecosystem
The primary production of land is higher than the primary production of the sea, but the sea's primary production is much more effecient
Palnkton describes
Most primary production in the sea is from
A diatom is an organism characterized by
A dinoflagellate is an organism characterized by
A coccolithophore is an organism characterized by
A silicoflagellate is an organism characterized by
Picoplankton contribute substantially to the poductivity of tropical regions
Limiting factors are
The ocean regions with the most promary productivity are
For the most part, the less light the ______________ primary productivity
Compensation depth is the depth at which
A trophic pyramid is
A primary consumer is
A secondary consumer is
About ____ if available energy transfers from each level of the trophic pyramid to the next
A food web better represents the flow of energy in nature than a trophic pyramid because
Deccomposition is essential to life becaue through it
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Which of these is NOT used as a defense against predators?
Which of these is true of animals?
Because sponges live in one place for their entire life, they are called ___.
Which of these is an invertebrate?
Animals with backbones are called ___.
Which of these eats only the remains of other animals?
Sea stars and sponges also can reproduce through ___.
A sea star has which type of body-part arrangement?
While on a picnic, you avoid an insect with yellow and black stripes. later, you discover the insect was a harmless fly. What self-defense does this fly use?
What do millipedes feed on?
How are arthropods like annelids?
One reason segmented worms are important to humans is because some of them ___.
What are the stages of development in complete metamorphosis?
Which one of the following is an example of an arachnid?
Earthworms are hermaphrodites. This means that they produce ___.
Which one of the following is a thin layer of tissue in mollusks that often secretes a shell?
Because bivalves are ___, bacteria and other harmful organisms often become trapped in clams and oysters.
An arthropod's old exoskeleton is shed and replaced by a new one in a process called ___.
LEARN: The capital of Iraq is Baghdad and it was built near the Tigris River - a source of clean drinking water. NOW ANSWER: Israel's literacy rate is 97%, and Afghanistan has a literacy rate of 38%. Which statement is TRUE?
LEARN: People who have a higher literacy tend to have a higher quality of life – called a standards of living. NOW ANSWER: What most likely determined the location of Baghdad in Iraq?
LEARN: The Suez Canal allows ship to take a short cut by traveling from the Mediterranean Sea to the Red Sea cutting out a trip around Africa. NOW ANSWER: Which of these is an ethnic group in Southwest Asia?
LEARN: An ethnic group has many things in common: history, customs, language, celebrations, religions, foods, clothing, land, etc. – not just religion. NOW ANSWER: Why is the Suez Canal important to international shipping?
LEARN: Rivers have less water flowing downstream due to countries building dams and irrigating their crops. The unequal distribution of water is causing disagreements. NOW ANSWER: What issue led to the split between the Sunni and the Shia?
LEARN: After Muhammad died, Shias wanted the leader of Islam to be related to Muhammad and Sunnis wanted to pick the best person for the job. NOW ANSWER: How have the major rivers of Southwest Asia become a part of political conflict?
LEARN: Arabs are the largest ethnic group in the Middle East, but Kurds, Persians, and Berbers are other ethnic group in the region. NOW ANSWER: Why isn't desalination used more in Southwest Asia?
LEARN: Desalination is a very expensive process for removing salt from sea water that few countries can afford for its people. NOW ANSWER: Which is the largest ethnic group in Southwest Asia?
LEARN: The three major religions of the Middle East have different beliefs about who and what role Jesus has. NOW ANSWER: The discovery of oil in the region has:
LEARN: Oil has created an unequal distribution of wealth among the Middle Eastern Countries since some do not have oil to export and sale. NOW ANSWER: Although Judaism, Islam and Christianity are different, what is a similarity:
LEARN: The continent of Africa is connected to the Middle East at the country of Egypt. NOW ANSWER: What is the country that is at the bottom of the African continent?
LEARN: The country of South Africa is at the most southern tip of the African continent. NOW ANSWER: What is the country that connects Africa with the Middle East?
LEARN: The Suez Canal cuts through Egypt to connect the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea. It was very important for shipping because the trip from Europe to Asia became much shorter. NOW ANSWER: The purpose of the Pan African Movements is?
LEARN: Pan-Africanism is a philosophical movement that believes all black-skinned people with African ancestry should pull together to support one-another. NOW ANSWER: Which is a man-made passage of water in Egypt:
LEARN: Economic growth can be slowed by many variables, but safe drinking water is a major influence on sub-Saharan Africa. NOW ANSWER: Why is the population of the Sahara low?
LEARN: Populations of people tends to be most dense along areas of water and less dense around areas void of water. NOW ANSWER: How has this shortage of safe drinking water affected development in sub-Saharan Africa?
LEARN: Major religious groups are: Jews, Christians, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, Animists, etc. Several Ethnic Groups are: Jews, Kurds, Ashanti, Arabs, etc. NOW ANSWER: Deserts and Rain Forests in Africa:
LEARN: In male dominated societies it is common for females to have less schooling. The lower the literacy rate of a nation then the nation is more likely to have a lower GDP. NOW ANSWER: Which person is a member of a religious group?
LEARN: Ancestor worship is fairly common among the peoples of Africa and Asia. NOW ANSWER: The female literacy rate in Kenya is about 80% and in Sudan the literacy rate for males is 61%. What can you conclude?
LEARN: The HIV/AIDS epidemic in parts of Africa has caused great sickness and loss of life leading to famine and increasing the number of orphans. NOW ANSWER: Which of these statements describes traditional African religious beliefs?
LEARN: Deforestation occurs due to the need for wood in construction or fuel for cooking. Lumber creates many jobs. Slash and burn farming also causes deforestation. NOW ANSWER: Which best describes characteristics of an Ethnic Group?
LEARN: The diverse regions of Africa has influenced the ways people live, travel, the routes for trade, the jobs people have, etc. Deserts and Rain Forests influences people. NOW ANSWER: Which is NOT a reason for Deforestation?
LEARN: The longest lake in Africa is Lake Tanganyika. NOW ANSWER: What river in Africa flows south to north and happens to be the longest river in Africa?
LEARN: The longest river in Africa is the Nile River. Starting at Lake Victoria in the south, the Nile flows to the north ending in Egypt. NOW ANSWER: What is the longest lake in Africa?
LEARN: The Congo River flows throughout the center of Africa in the Congo rain forest. NOW ANSWER: What round lake is at the beginning of the Nile River?
LEARN: Lake Victoria is a large round lake that supplies the beginning of the Nile River. NOW ANSWER: What mountain range is along the northern coastline of Africa?
LEARN: The Atlas mountain range paralleled the northern coastline of Africa – just north of desert. NOW ANSWER: What desert is at the southern part of the African continent?
LEARN: The desert at the southern part of Africa is called the Kalahari Desert. NOW ANSWER: Desertification causes which areas to expand in size?
LEARN: Desertification is the expansion of the desert. This occurs due to drought, overplanting, overgrazing, deforestation, etc. NOW ANSWER: Which region is next to the Sahara and is becoming part of the Sahara?
LEARN: Two countries in Africa have the same name as a major river that runs through it. The Niger River runs through Niger and the Congo River flows through the Congo. NOW ANSWER: Which are the two most different regions?
LEARN: Africa is so large that it has several extremely different regions. There are areas of extreme dryness – the desert, and there are areas that are extremely wet - rain forests. NOW ANSWER: Which is NOT a cause of desertification?
LEARN: Desertification in Africa is increasing the Sahara Desert and the Sahel region and that causes the Sahel to shift as it expands further out into the Savanna region. NOW ANSWER: Which countries have the same name as a river inside it?
LEARN: China is the largest country in Asia. China is so large that it borders the majority of other Asian countries. NOW ANSWER: Increased feelings of nationalism caused which two countries to seek independence?
LEARN: India sought independence from Great Britain and Vietnam sought independence from France. NOW ANSWER: Which is the largest Asian country and it touches most other Asian countries?
LEARN: The politics of the Cold War led to Korea being split into two countries today – North South Korea. NOW ANSWER: The country with the most Muslims happens to be located in a chain of Asian islands called:
LEARN: Indonesia is a large chain of islands that are densely populated – the majority are Muslims. NOW ANSWER: Which Asian countries were divided due to political differences during the Cold War?
LEARN: The population density of China is highest in the east and much less in the west due to the Taklamakan Desert and the Himalayan Mountains. NOW ANSWER: The Yangtze and Ganges rivers have one thing in common:
LEARN: Factories along major rivers have polluted many Asian rivers. The Ganges in India and the Yangtze in China are two extremely polluted rivers. NOW ANSWER: China’s population is mainly in the east away from the western part of China because
LEARN: Industrializing nations assist new industries by having few regulations to restrict factories from polluting the air and water. NOW ANSWER: The Hindu practice of putting dead bodies into the Ganges River causes:
LEARN: The Ganges River has a problem because Hindu religious beliefs encourage people to put dead bodies into the holy water of the Ganges. Some bodies are cremated ashes but some are not. NOW ANSWER: Which area are people most likely to live?
LEARN: Many cities and many densely populated regions in the world tend to be along fresh water rivers. NOW ANSWER: Rivers in many newly industrialized nations of Asia are very polluted because:
LEARN: People in mountainous regions learned to terrace the sides of mountains so that it could be used for farmland. NOW ANSWER: People who belong to a religious group has what in common:
LEARN: Members of a religious group have similar religious beliefs, but an ethnic group has many different things in common. NOW ANSWER: In the highlands of Asia farm land is oftentimes:
LEARN: The more literate person is more likely to have a better quality of life with a high standard of living. NOW ANSWER:
LEARN: Hinduism is the most common religion in India and one of its major beliefs is the idea that people who die are reincarnated into a different life. NOW ANSWER: Which religion is so common in Japan that most houses have shrines for worship?
LEARN: Shinto is the main religion in Japan. Most followers have household shrines so that they can worship their ancestors. NOW ANSWER: What can improve a person’s standard of living?
LEARN: The Arabian Peninsula has several countries but the largest is Saudi Arabia. NOW ANSWER: What is another name for the region commonly called the Middle East?
LEARN: Turkey is located in the Middle East but a small part is on Europe. NOW ANSWER: Which country is on the Arabian Peninsula?
LEARN: The Tigris and Euphrates Rivers flow from Northwest to Southeast through the country of Iraq. NOW ANSWER: Which Country is closest to Europe?
LEARN: Afghanistan is a Middle Eastern country that is so far east that it is closest to Asia. NOW ANSWER: The Tigris and Euphrates Rivers flow through which country?
LEARN: The Red Sea separates the Arabian Peninsula and the continent of Africa, and the Persian Gulf separates the Arabian Peninsula from Iran. NOW ANSWER: Which country is farther to the east?
LEARN: The Red Sea separates the Arabian Peninsula and the continent of Africa. NOW ANSWER: Which body of water separates the continent of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula?
LEARN: The Jordan River separates the countries of Jordan and Israel. NOW ANSWER: Which body of water separates the continent of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula?
LEARN: The Suez Canal connects the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea which allows ships to avoid a long trip around Africa. NOW ANSWER: Which river separates the countries of Israel and Jordan?
LEARN: The Strait of Hormuz is consider a tactical “Choke Point” for ships traveling from the Persian gulf to the open seas. NOW ANSWER: What connects the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea?
LEARN: A large amount of exported oil passes through the Persian Gulf on its way to the many industrialized nations. NOW ANSWER: What is a “choke point” for shipping out of the Persian Gulf?
LEARN: The Middle East region is sometimes called Southwest Asia by Geographers. NOW ANSWER: What is commonly shipped through the Persian Gulf which is very important to industrialized nations?
LEARN: The Monsoon Season is the main cause of flooding in Asia, but lowlands and deforestation also leads to conditions that may cause floods. NOW ANSWER: What is NOT one of the effects of flooding in China and India?
LEARN: Although people drowning and damages to property are most common effects of floods, the spread of diseases also increase as a result of floods. NOW ANSWER: What is NOT one of the causes of flooding in India?
LEARN: Major causes of Air Pollution in Asia are smoke from factories, exhaust from cars, and smoke from household use of biomass fuels. NOW ANSWER: Which is NOT one of the effects of Air Pollution in China and India?
LEARN: Air Pollution can lead to acid rain which contaminates drinking water and respiratory disease. NOW ANSWER: What are NOT causes of AIR POLLUTION in China and India:
LEARN: China's bodies of water include: Yellow River, Yangtze River, Mekong River, Yellow Sea, South China Sea, etc. NOW ANSWER: What is a reason for water pollution that is totally unique to the Ganges River?
LEARN: The Ganges River is polluted with dead bodies, agricultural chemical run off, factory waste, and sewage. Bodies are placed there for religious reasons. NOW ANSWER: Which physical feature is NOT located in or near China?
LEARN: China, India, and other 3rd World Nations desire to industrialize so much that they do not have strict laws to limit pollution because they could possibly slow developing industries. NOW ANSWER: Where would Mt. Everest be located?
LEARN: Asia's physical features include: the Gobi and Taklamakan Deserts, Korean Peninsula, and Himalayan Mt. NOW ANSWER: Why have the governments of India and China had problems reducing the high amounts of air pollution in their countries?
LEARN: China's bodies of water include: Yellow River, Yangtze River, Mekong River, Yellow Sea, South China Sea, etc. NOW ANSWER: Why does India and Southeast Asia have extreme flooding during June through September?
LEARN: In Asia the Wet Monsoon blows inland from the Indian Ocean during the months of June through September. It oftentimes cause many hardships due to flooding the lowlands. NOW ANSWER: What body of water is between Korea and China?
LEARN: Indonesia is a large chain of islands that are densely populated – the majority are Muslims. NOW ANSWER: China’s population is mainly in the east away from the western part of China because:
LEARN: The population density of China is highest in the east and much less in the west due to the Taklamakan Desert and the Himalayan Mountains. NOW ANSWER: The country with the most Muslims is located in a chain of Asian islands called:
LEARN: Many cities and many densely populated regions in the world tend to be along fresh water rivers. NOW ANSWER: In Asia farm land is oftentimes:
LEARN: People in mountainous regions learned to terrace the sides of mountains so that it could be used for farmland. NOW ANSWER: Which area are people the most likely to live?
Which animals are ectotherms with thick, dry, waterproof skin?
Why might a farmer like to see snakes in a barn where grain is stored?
Snakes can swallow their prey whole because they have ___.
Which of the following organisms is an amphibian?
Water taken in through the mouth of a fish passes over the ___, where oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged.
Most reptiles have a ___ heart.
The word ___ comes from the Greek word that means 'double-life'
Most fish ___ are made of bone and can be tooth shaped, diamond shaped, cone shaped, or round.
What structures are found in the chest cavity of amphibians and used for exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide?
Metamorphosis is a part of what process in amphibians?
Which tupe of feather helps birds maintain a constant body temperature?
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Cells are
A dog urinating on a fire hydrant is an example of
When a Venus flytrap catches an insect to eat, it is
When a frog undergoes metamorphosis and changes from a tadpole to a frog it is undergoing
Organisms taking in food and water
Which characteristic of life is necessary of a species, but not of every individual in order to survive? THINK!
Sweating when you're hot and shivering when you're cold are both examples of
Breaking down food so it can be used by the body
Sap in plants and blood in humans both are used for
Combining food with oxygen to release energy the body can use
This type of volcano has very quiet eruptions and the lava flows quickly.
Lava has _________ ___________ if it moves very quickly due to a low amount of Silica.
A volcano that has not erupted for a period of time and is considered to be sleeping.
A cloud of ash and superheated gas that travels hundreds mph down the volcano is a ...
The part of the volcano in which the magma travels up towards the vent.
A Composite Volcano that erupted in 79AD and buried Pompeii with a pyroclastic flow.
A bowl shaped area that may form at the top of a volcano around the central vent.
A volcano that could erupt at any time or is in the process of erupting
The largest type of volcano in height. These volcanoes have very loud, large explosions.
Magma becomes _______________ once it leaves the Vent.
In a table, what do you press to move to one cell to the right?
Which of the following is an example of a good use for a table?
Which of the following keys is not used to move from cell to cell in a table?
By default, how does Word align a table that does not fill the space between margins?
When adjusting column widths in a table, in which order should you adjust the widths?
Which of the following is the vertical distance from the top of the row to the bottom of the row?
Which of the following will move the insertion point to the last cell in a column?
Which of the following is executed by double-clicking a vertical gridline in a table?
Which of the following types of formatting may be used in a table?
Which of the following statements about Word tables is true?
Which of the following is the command to create a table?
Which of the following will only delete the contents of a cell?
Which of the following is not a vertical alignment option when formatting a cell?
Which of the following statements regarding Word tables is true?
How do you select an entire column?
What happens when you add a column to a table?
Why would you use a table rather than tabs?
What happens when you press Tab in the last cell of a table?
To delete a row, select the row and press Delete.
Generally, text aligns to the left in a cell and numbers align to the right.
Yo ___________ lavo la cara antes de acostarme.
Tú yo _________ despertamos temprano.
Los padres de Jorge ______ relajan cuando van a la playa.
____ pongo una chaqueta cuando hace frГ­o
Yo _________ por la maГ±ana.
Ellos quieren ___________ temprano para no estar cansados.
TГє nunca _____________ antes que yo.
A veces yo ________________ las piernas.
Voy a ____________ al bebГ© antes de acostarlo.
Mi prima ___________ el pelo porque ella quiere impresionar a su novio.
This type of fossil shows activities of an organism. They can include footprints, poop, trails, or burrows.
This type of fossil is an exact copy of an organism that is formed when sediment fills in a mold.
What kind of rock do fossils most often form in?
a big trapped in amber, a mammoth frozen in ice, a dinosaur stuck in tar are all examples of .....
In undisturbed sedimentary rock layers, where are your oldest fossils normally found?
The type of rock formed deep below the ground from intense heat and pressure:
Which body parts would most often form a fossil?
An imprint of a leaf left behind on a rock is most likely because of what gas?
What can fossils tell you about the surface of the earth?
What is an ancient bug looking fossil that scientist used as an indext fossil to determine the age of the earth?
auto means?
bio means?
centri means?
Chrono means?
crypto means?
Geo means?
gram means?
graphy means?
helio means?
logy means?
meter means?
logy means?
crypto means?
moro means?
philo means?
phobia means?
soph means?
gram means?
auto means?
graphy means?
The tough rigid outer coverings that protect a plant cell and give it shape are called
A group of organs working together to perform certain function is called:
The shape of a cell tells you about its:
If the movement of molecules requires energy it is:
The expanding and contracting organelle stores water, nutrients and wastes is:
There is a town called cellopolis. Which building would have a purpose similar to mitochondria?
Where in the cell does respiration occur
An organelle is to a shoe as a __________ is to a tool box
Which statement best explains osmosis?
Photosynthesis is the process in which light energy is converted into food. Which of the folllowing is produced by photosynthesis?
Kathy and her classmates are looking at an animal cell under a microscope in order to locate the cells genetic material, which occurs on its chromosomes. Where should Scott look to locate the chromosome?
What pair of cell structures are found in plant cells, function in protecting the cell and making food and are not found in animal cells?
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