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Representation in the Virginia Plan was based on
The two main components of the New Jersey Plan Included:
What is the compromise that dealt with the slave population?
This Compromise would elect the president
The Constitution was signed on....
The Anti-Federalists demanded what be added to the Constitution before ratification?
How many states ratified the Constitution?
Which Article in the Constitution describes the Senate?
The Preamble states how many goal for the US Government?
Powers solely designated for the National government are called
Which Article of the Constution describes the Executive Branch?
The Concept of limited government includes all of the following except
Which is an example of Checks and balances?
An example of a Concurrent power is
The main duty of the Excutive Branch is...
Articles 5 and 6 of the Constitution deal with
Powers solely designated for state governments are called
Defining the specialized niche of the market to whom the company wishes to make its greatest appeal is called...
This involves dividing the total market into smaller groups that contain similar characteristics.
The process of carrying a product idea through stages from initial conceptualization to actual appearance in the market.
The hiring of independent specialists to do particular work, rather than using company employees.
Vital statistics of human populations, broken down by such factors as age, gender, race, education, religion, income and occupation are known as...
Statistics that try to explain consumer behavior through such variables wuch as lifetyle, values, attitudes and self-concept.
The process of systematically gathering and analyzing information relating to a particular market.
Cooperative interaction of parts that results in a total effect that is greater than the sum of the parts added together separately.
An increase in the size of the entire market (i.e. more products are sold an there are higher total sales).
The part of the total market controlled by sales, usually computed by percentage of sales in relation to the total industry.
Having a bad reputation or not respectable
to burden
an act of spending
lacking proper repect or seriousness
in a friendly manner
rude
unimportant
a piece of jewelry made to hang from a necklace or bracelet
insecure or uncertain
characterized by good judgment
What are the products of photosynthesis?
Under which of the following conditions is lactic acid fermentation most
What captures energy from sunlight during photosynthesis?
What happens during respiration?
Proteins that speed up chemical reactions in living things are called
The movement of water from high concentration to low concentration
The movement of molecules from high concentration to low concentration
The process of cellular respiration occurs in the
The process of photosynthesis occurs in what organelle
Photosynthesis and respiration form a cycle that keeps the levels of __________ and carbon dioxide fairly constant in the atmosphere.
WHich of these is NOT an example of a physical change?
Pretend that an object has a density of 5 grams per centimeter cubed. If you were to cut the object in half, the density of each half is
Which of the following is NOT a chemical property?
What is the formula to find density?
John Dalton's model of an atom can be described as:
Which model of the atom does the BEST job of illustrating the three dimensional structure of the atom?
Which subatomic particles have a positive charge and are located in the nucleus?
The nucleus of an atom is though to contain:
How many atoms are present in the molecule for salt, NaCl?
Which of the following is NOT a group within the periodic table of elements?
Government by the people, exercised either directly or through elected representatives is known as:
A government in which a few people such as a group or family have power is known as:
Political power is held by one self-appointed ruler:
All power belongs to one central government that is capable of giving away certain privileges to lower levels:
The United States is an example of a _____________ government.
The United Kingdom, Germany, and Russia all have a ___________ government.
In parliamentary system, the head of government is usually called a __________.
In a parliamentary system, the head of government is chosen by ______________.
A presidential democracy is used in which country?
A parlimentary democracy is used in which country?
a child who is raised by someone (usually a wealthy person) who is not their biological parent
worthy of respect by virtue of age or dignity
lacking in significance or solid worth or frivolous
to state as a condition or to specify
solitary or alone
characterized by good judgment
in a friendly manner
to burden
lacking proper respect or seriousness
unimportant
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amorphous solid
non-newtonian liquid
viscosity
surface tension
atom
naturally occuring element
compound
alchemists
neutrons
nucleus
mass number
isotopes
crystal
gemstones
adamas
polymer
acid
base
antacid
pH
chemical reaction
physical reaction
endothermic reaction
exothermic reaction
the Four C's
Which type of stress is responsible for squeezing rocks as plates push against each other
Which type of stress is it where we have 2 masses of rock moving in opposite directions of each other?
Which is the most destructive wave in an earthquake
What type of motion does a P-Wave have?
In a Normal Fault which direction does the Hanging Wall move?
As temperature decrease (colder), the viscosity of a substance will __________
Japan, Indonesia, Caribbean Islands are all examples of an Island Arc. How do they form?
Which of the following has the highest viscosity?
A giant sea wave produced by an earthquake is called
Volcanoes built up of alternating layers of rock, particles, and lava is a ______________
Which layer of the earth is composed of tectonic plates?
A weakened spot on the Earth’s crust formed along plate boundaries, where rocks have slipped past each other is known as......
Which of these examples is NOT a main type of fault
Area beneath Earth’s surface where an earthquake originates
Molten rock BELOW earth's surface is called
Which lava will have the highest viscosity?
The inner core is.....
Which part of the water cycle in describes rain and snow?
Scientist who study the forces that make shape the planet Earth are called
Point on the surface directly above the focus
group of 5 lines and 4 spaces on which music is written
The treble clef is also known as...
The F clef is another name for....
In 4/4 time, how long does a whole note last?
2 half notes = ?
2 quarter notes = ?
Which note can be drawn with a flag?
The musical symbol for silence is called what?
Which rest lasts the longest?
Music is divided into groups of notes by what symbol?
The steady pulse in music is called what?
Two numbers written at the beginning of music are called what?
What do you place after a note to lengthen by half?
A note with a curved line toward another note is called what?
What key has 1 sharp?
What key has 2 flats
What key has 7 sharps?
What key has 4 flats
What key has 0 sharps/flats?
What key has 3 sharps?
What key has 6 flats?
What key has 2 sharps?
What key has 1 flat?
What key has 3 flats?
What key has 5 sharps?
What key has 4 sharps?
Who lived predominately in the South, relied slaves for labor, were sometimes educated, and had a rich social culture?
Who worked the land according to the region and relied on family members for labor?
Who worked as craftsmen in towns, on plantations, in small villages and cities?
Who worked as caretakers, house-workers, homemakers, were not allowed to vote, and had few opportunities for getting an education?
Who were men and women who did not have money for passage to the colonies and who agreed to work without pay for the person who paid for their passage, but were free at the end of their contract?
Who were captured in their native Africa and sold to traders, then were shipped to the colonies where they were sold and owned as property for life with no rights?
Who were able to own land, had economic freedom and could work for pay and decide how to spend their money, but were not allowed to vote?
Who would have had the most power and money?
Who had the least amount of rights?
Who could probably vote?
The Southern Colonies included:
Which of the following describes the Geography of the Southern Colonies?
Which of the following describes the Climate of the ___ Colonies?
Which of the following describes the Natural Resources of the Southern Colonies?
Which of the following describes the Human Resources of the Southern Colonies?
Which of the following describes the Specialization of the Southern Colonies?
Which of the following describes the Interdependence of the Southern Colonies?
Which of the following describes the Social Life of the Southern Colonies?
Which of the following describes the Religious Life of the Southern Colonies?
Which of the following describes the Political and Civic Life of the Southern Colonies?
The Mid-Atlantic Colonies included
Which of the following describes the Geography of the Mid-Atlantic Colonies?
Which of the following describes the Climate of the Mid-Atlantic Colonies?
Which of the following describes the Natural Resources of the Mid-Atlantic Colonies?
Which of the following describes the Human Resources of the Mid-Atlantic Colonies?
Which of the following describes the Specialization of the Mid-Atlantic Colonies?
Which of the following describes the Interdependence of the ___ Colonies?
Which of the following describes the Social Life of the Mid-Atlantic Colonies?
Which of the following describes the Religious Life of the Mid-Atlantic Colonies?
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What are the beginning materials of photosynthesis?
What are the beginning materials of respiration?
What are the products of photosynthesis?
What are the ending products of respiration?
Diffusion is...
Osmosis is...
active transport is...
Which statement is correct about how fermentation and respiration differ?
Pick the correct statement on how respiration and fermentation are different.
How are diffusion and osmosis similar?
Which country is located on a group of islands between the North Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea?
Which country has the following? (constitutional monarchy, parliamentary democracy, unitary government)
The building where Jews go to worship is called what type of building?
Which religion believes that the Messiah has not yet come, but also believes in God?
Muslims believe in a set of traditions known as:
Which is the oldest of the three main religions of Europe?
How are the three European religions alike?
What is the currency for most EU countries?
The EU was created to:
Why is it surprising that the UK has such a mild climate?
A flat landform found at a high elevation is called a __________
Where do most of Earth's volcanoes and earthquakes occur?
Which BEST describes the surface waves produced by an earthquake?
Ian planted seeds on a hill and on a flat area. No flowers grew on the hill, but many grew on the flat area. Why?
Which is an artificial lake to control floods?
Which is the BEST course of action when a flood from a severe storm is approaching?
Ian plans to study floods by taking pictures. Which is the MOST important reason he should stay away from the flooded areas?
Which is the BEST way to model how heavy rains and floods can change rocky land?
How would beach nourishment change a beach?
Which might help to prevent beach erosion along Georgia's Golden Isles?
This pattern\\\'s clue words are FOR EXAMPLE, and CHARACTERISTICS ARE
This pattern\\\'s clue words are FIRST, NEXT, AFTER, FINALLY, THEN,
This pattern\\\'s clue words are PROBLEM IS, DILEMMA, SOLVED, IF....THEN
This pattern\\\'s clue words are THEREFORE, BECAUSE, AS A RESULT, CONSEQUENTLY
When an author describes a topic by listing examples, characteristics, and its appearance.
This pattern is used when an author lists items or events in numerical order or when they occured.
This pattern is used to explain why things happen or to describe the results of an action
This pattern is used when an author presents a problem then lists or describes the possible ways to solve the problem.
Authors use organizational patterns to ...
Refusing to do any homework and then getting Es in all your classes would be an example of what
What is 1+6?
What is 10+5+1?
What is 10-2?
If Bob has 5 cookies and his friend gives him 6 more cookies, how many cookies will Bob have?
Put them in order from smallest to biggest. 5, 15, 0, 60, 10,
Which of these shapes have four sides?
What number comes next in the sequence: 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, ___, 90, 100.
If you have two pennies and a dime, how much money do you have?
Which one is the bigger number: 2, 9, 52,15
If it is 1 o'clock, what time will it be in 3 hours?
Immigrants used to board on
Most immigrants used to come from
After examination, immigrants were marked with a piece of
In order to see if you can read or write, you have to pass
How many Americans have ancestors who came through Ellis Island ?
Approximately .... people were sent back to their original countries
a synonym of to embark is
When arriving in a country, you must show your passport to a
The Statue of Liberty holds a torch and
Ellis Island is located in the State of
people who supported the constitution
people who were against the constitution
the pen name of farmers that were founders of the roman republic
What were the federalists papers?
Why is the Bill of Rights important?
Ratification means
What is the idea that government is created by and subject to the people?
What does limited government mean?
This principle means that every member of a society including the government must follow the law
This is the division of government powers among the three established branches
This is a way to balance the branches of government
Veto means
What judical review mean?
political organization of a divided government branches and territorial subdivision in the states
This says tht the US constitution is the supreme law of the land
super majority
to take back or take something off of an official document
Suffrage means
What is the difference between a political party and the electoral college?
The leaders of the executive departments who aid the president are called the
Which of the following usually is a characteristic of the sport/event industry:
The core benefits to customers who purchase sport products include entertainment, health, and
A unique characteristic of the sport industry is that it seeks to attract markets that
When a professional football expansion team is established in a community, the economic impact might result in
The Chamber of Commerce for a large city estimates the income for the city generated by the sales tax, parking fees, food-service tax, and amusement tax collected as a result of a
Professional sports teams benefit their surrounding community by
A baseball game broadcast on the radio is an example of
Your high-school\'s basketball team went to the state championship game last year, but didn\'t even make the play-offs this year. This is an example of a(n) ___________sport/event p
Most sport/event products are classified as
Over the years, Wrigley Field has earned a reputation as one of the best places to watch a Major League Baseball game. This is called brand
The National Collegiate Association and the Professional Golfers' Association are examples of
One of the main differences between professional and amateur athletes is that for the professionals, the game is often
Which of the following help create the excitement and enthusiasm that make the games what they are:
Which of the following is an example of marketing the sport event
Promoting and selling an intangible product that is immediately consumed and cannot be resold is a unique characteristic of _________________marketing
One characteristic of event marketing involves promoting and selling a(n)
A characteristic of an event is that it is produced and consumed
Mark enjoys taking his family to professional baseball games because of the memories he has of his dad taking him to games when he was a young boy. What factor motivates Mark to a
One of the primary reasons that people are motivated to attend arena football games is the
Because the outcome of a match is uncertain, many fans attending a sporting event are motivated by the game's __________________value.
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Piano means
Decrescendo means
Staccato means
Ritardando means
Adagio means
Diminuendo means
Dal Segno (DS) means
Mezzo forte means
Tempo means
Mezzo piano means
Largo means
Crescendo means
Allegro means
Fermata means
Vivace means
Sforzando (sfz) means
Accelerando means
Fortissimo means
The first tree The Russian Orchard started
Who was the founder of Fort- Ross?
The settlement Fort- Ross was founded in
The name of the fort derived from
What was the main occupation of the Russian - American company?
Fort Ross was the site of California's first
The native populations of the Sonoma and Napa County regions were affected by smallpox, measles and other European diseases, one instance that can be traced to the settlement of Fort Ross. What did the Russians do ? ?
What is Fort- Ross nowadays?
What happened in 1841 to fort - Ross?
Why is the year 2012 important for Fort- Ross?
Many Americans felt it was their god-given right to expand the nation. What is this known as?
Which statement below best represents the Trail of Tears?
Which of the following was an attempt to maintain an equal balance between free states and slave states?
Why was slavery important to the economy in the South before the Civil War?
A person who wanted to end slavery completely in the United States was called an
Which invention led to an increase in the production of cotton and helped Southern farms become more productive?
In 1854, Congress passed the Kansas-Nebraska Act, which allowed the territories of Kansas and Nebraska to decide on the legalization of slavery based on a popular vote. This decision was a victory for those who were in favor of states' rights. The Ka
In the 1850s, the territory of Kansas became known as Bleeding Kansas after violence erupted between abolitionists and those who were pro-slavery. Why were people living in Kansas so divided on the issue of slavery?
How did Mexico react when the United States annexed Texas?
Which of these statements describes the idea of Manifest Destiny that was used in the 19th century?
A stream or smaller river that feeds into a main river
A land area that is covered with a shallow layer of water during some or all of the year
The land area that supplies water to a river stream
a lake that stores water for human use
a ridge of land that separates one watershed from another
the place where an organism lives and where it obtains all the things it needs to survive
the continuous process by which water moves from Earth's surface to the atmosphere and back
any form of water the falls from the clouds and reaches Earth's surface
water that fills the cracks and spaces in underground soil and rock layers
What percent of the earth's surface is drinkable water?
Characteristic of a material that is full of tiny, connected air spaces that water can seep through
a characteristic of materials, such as clay and granite, through which water DOES NOT easily pass
A layer of permeable rock or soil in which the cracks or pores are totally filled with water
the top of the saturated zone, or depth to the groundwater under Earth's surface
a layer of rocks and soil above the water table in which the pores contain air as well as water
a place where groundwater flows to the surface
an underground layer of rock or sediment that holds water
A well in which water rises because of pressure within the aquifer
a fountain of water and steam that build up pressure underground and erupts at regular intervals
the process of supplying water to areas of land to make them suitable for growing crops
the practice of using less of a resource so that it will not be used up
the addition of any substance that has a negative effect on water or the living things that depend on the water
a harmful substance in the air, water or soil
a specific source of pollution that can be identified
a widely spread source of pollution that is difficult to link to a specific point of origin
All matter is composed of small __________.
What is the SI unit of temperature?
Which of the following describes the movement of particles in a solid?
Which of the following has the most kinetic energy?
Describe how the particles of a substance behave at its melting point.
What is the most common state of matter in the universe?
In a ___________, particles are arranged in repeating geometric patterns.
What is water in the solid state?
What is the amount of energy needed to change a solid to a liquid at its melting point?
What is sublimation?
This movement started due to the advancement in technology and machinery
In which country did the Industrial Revolution begin during the late 18th century?
What were some of the factors that Great Britain had which led to industrialization?
Which machine doubled the amount of weaving a worker could do in a day?
This machine allowed for a spinner to spin 8 threads at a time
This machine was a combo water frame/spinning jenny
Who invented the Steam Engine
Which is NOT true about the Cottage Industry
Which is NOT true about the assembly line?
Long hours and risk of injury/death were parts of:
Increased crime and unsanitary conditions were all parts of:
The flight of the middle/upper class to the suburbs along with the writing of the Communist Manifesto were part of:
This style of economy called for no gov't interference
This style of economy was based on competition, self interest and supply/demand.
What an aspect of the Communist Manifesto?
Who were the bourgeoisie?
Who were the proleteriat
Labor Unions negotiated which of the following:
What was part of the aftermath of the Industrial Revolution
Chemistry
physics
properties
matter
volume
displace
density
buoyancy
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Begins life in the water and then lives on land
Has feathers and wings
Is covered with hard dry scales
Has hair and makes milk for its babies
Has gills and fins
Animals with backbones
Has a body temperature which changes with the outside temperature
Has a body temperature which stays the same no matter the outside temperature
The bones which form the framework of a body
To divide into groups or classes
protagonist
antagonist
minor character
dynamic character
static character
round character
flat character
objective point of view
symbol
structure
Which is part of the marketing mix?
What is marketing?
What are the functions of marketing?
When does exchange take place?
What is utility?
What is time utility?
what is form utility?
What is place utility?
What is possession utility?
What is information utility?
At the beginning of the Great Depression, the Chicago Public Library did all of the following except
What was the average percentage that salaries of library workers were cut during the Great Depression?
Which state saw the most in public library growth during the Great Depression?
Public libraries during the Great Depression implemented the _____ shelves, which held new fiction books that cost to check out.
What was/were the result(s) of the 1934 Chicago Public Library book drive?
In which city did community members run benefit fund drives and pay the rent of the public library and a “registration” fee in order to keep their branch open during the Great Depression?
Oklahoma's CWA project from 1932 to 1934 created a union catalog of what type of material from Oklahoma's college, state, and public libraries?
The “self-charging” system, used by the Chicago Public Library to save staff time during the Great Depression, was
Which clubs contributed the most to the growth of public libraries in Oklahoma before and during the Great Depression?
Between the years of 1930 and 1935, nationwide library expenditures decreased by what percentage?
Pioneers had many obstacles to overcome, espcially the climate and ______________.
_________________________ is a person who goes before others and marks the way.
Which of the following is soil filled with roots?
A _________________is a person who claimed and settled the land under the Homestead Act.
Pedro was born in Mexico but moved to America. He is an example of a _____________.
What is the surface of the land called?
New Technologies such as the Steel Plow, Windmill, and ____________ made farming easier.
What two groups of immigrants helped to build the Transcontinental Railroad?
What did the Trasncontinental Railroad connect?
What animal was harmed while building the Transcontinental Railroad?
Which document is most closely associated with John Locke's Social Contract Theory?
Which headline illustrates the use of the unwritten constitution?
A chief reason the Anti-Federalists opposed the ratification of the Constitution was
Which economic policy was based on the idea that the American colonies existed primarily to provided economic benefits for Great Britain?
Which is an example of federalism?
Which action is an example of checks and balances?
The Three-Fifths Compromise was included in the Constitution to resolve a conflict over
Which document is this from: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights"?
American colonists objected to the Stamp Act of 1765 largely because they
Both the national government and the New York State government have the power to
country
money
resources
economy
recession
Industry
job growth
Obama
Romney
economy
A composite number
The factors of 12 are
The factors of 3 are
A prime number has
The prime factorization for 30 is
6 is the Greatest Common Factor for
The prime factorization for 24 is
4 x 4 =
15 x n =150
49 = 7 x s
the state of matter that has a definite volume but no definite shape.
the state of matter that has a definite shape and a definite volume.
the state of matter that does not have a definite shape or volume
the process by which a liquid changes into a gas
the process by which a gas changes back into a liquid
the temperature at which a substance will change from a liquid to a solid
the temperature at which a substance melts
the temperature at which a liquid becomes a gas
he state of matter that has a definite shape and a definite volume.
he state of matter that does not have a definite shape but has a definite volume.
anything that has mass and takes up space
the characteristics of a substance that can be observed or measured without changing the substance into something else
the amount of matter in an object
a measure of the pull of gravity on an object
the amount of space that an object takes up
the concentration of matter in a object
the comparison of the density of one object to the density of another object
the amount of matter in an object
anything that has mass and takes up space
the concentration of matter in a object
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How many different types of plate boundaries are there around the Pacific Plate?
What is a piece of evidence that the seafloor at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge is moving apart?
Which temperature could exist in Earth's inner core?
Which plate subducts when two continental plates collide?
Seeds become plants that look like the plants they come from.
Plants that reproduce by seeds usually form one seed at a time.
Seeds are found inside fruit.
Pine cones protect the seeds of a pine tree.
Plants cannot be grown from plant parts, such as a stem or leaf.
When a plant germinates,
A seedling is a
Which of the following is an example of a root that we eat?
What part of the plant is known as the food factory of the plant?
This part of the plant hold the plant in the ground and absorbs water and nutrients from the soil.
Which expression can be written as 7(c + d)?
Find the mistake in this problem: 3(x + 2) = 3x + 2
(b + 6)3 =
-7(e - 4) =
2/3(d - 3) =
What is the coefficient in: 3x - 18?
What is the constant in: -4x - 9?
3(x - 10) = 3x - 30 is an example of ________ Property.
Evaluate this expression: 12.3(9 + 4)
Admission to a museum is d dollars and a ticket for the movie is t dollars. Which expression represents the total cost of admission and a movie for p people?
Solve 3c - 2d if c = 2 and d = 5
Solve 2(x + 13) if x = -9.
Deshawn wants to create a simple design in which his words visually communicate his meaning. With which of the following should he be concerned?
Spencer is editing a photograph. Which of the following software programs should he use?
What is an advantage of test printing a graphic design before sending it to a client?
Kalie is creating a flyer to be printed. Which of the following software programs should she use?
Nick is creating a vector graphic that will go on a billboard. Which of the following software programs should he use?
Which of the following is the last step to be completed before beginning the production stage of a graphic project?
Sarah has created a brochure. When she prints it, she notices that there is not enough vertical space between the lines in her paragraph. Which of the following should she adjust to correct this?
What is an advantage of providing a client with design comps for a graphic design?
Darrell is working with a team to design several items for a company. To ensure he is using the same colors for his design as the rest of the team, what would he and his team need to set up?
Dottie and Tony are each creating page layouts for a newspaper. Their editor says that Dottie's page does a better at carrying the viewer's eye from one section to the next. Compared to Tony's page, which technique does Dottie's page utilize well?
Which of the following was NOT an effect of the XYZ Affair?
Who wrote the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions?
Which of the following is an effect of the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions?
Why did John Adams send delegates over to France to meet with Charles de Talleyrand?
What event most likely caused the XYZ Affair?
Who proposed the Land Act of 1800?
Why did Adams appoint a large number of Federalist judges as 'midnight judges' the night before his Presidency ended?
Which of the following is an effect of John Adams' appointing the 'midnight judges'?
Which of the following describes a negative effect of the Land Act of 1800?
In which area did the Land Act of 1800 sell land?
Which of the following acts made a crime to speak or write false or negative information about the government?
Why did the Alien and Sedition Acts upset many citizens?
How long did the Crusades last
What religions were fighting during the Crusades
Who was the Islamic General during the 2nd and 3rd Crusade
What was promised to people who fought
What was the goal of the Christians during the Crusades
Why did knights go on Crusades
Which was NOT a result of the Crusades
What does the word Crusade mean
Who led the Christians in the third Crusade?
Although the Christians did not regain the Holy Land there were positive effects of the Crusades on Europe
The New Jersey Plan was a plan to decide how many representatives each state got in Congress, which of the following groups supported this plan?
Which of the following describes the Great Compromise?
Which group believed that the Constitution did not need a Bill of Rights?
What is the name for the first plan of government in the United States?
Which of the following is not a power that the states had under the Articles of Confederation?
Which of the following describes the BEST reason the Articles of Confederation created a weak national government?
What is the name for the first ten amendments to the Constitution?
Which of the following best describes how the Southern states felt about including slaves in their population when it came to determining the number representatives they would have?
What was the agreement made between the Northern and Southern States regarding the trading of slaves?
Which of the branches of government under the Constitution is responsible for making laws?
What is the system called that keeps each branch of government from becoming too powerful?
Which of the following is NOT true about the Articles of Confederation?
What event proved that the Articles of Confederation was ineffective?
Which amendment to the Constitution protects you from being forced to quarter troops in your home?
Which of the following is not an accomplishment of the Articles of Confederation?
The Northern and Southern states compromised that slaves would count as what fraction of a person when it came to determining the population and number of votes in Congress each state would receive?
Which group believed that the Articles of Confederation was flawed but could be changed to be used as an effective form of government for the United States?
Which group supported the new Constitution and believed the Articles of Confederation was not able to be repaired?
Which amendment in the Bill of Rights protects your right from unreasonable search and seizure?
The President, Vice President, and Cabinet are all a part of which branch of government under the Constitution?
Define loquacious
Define reminisce
Define prognosticate
Define conclude
Define mnemonic
Define introvert
Define din
Define raucous
Define diversion
Define malodorous
Who wrote the Cask of Amontillado?
Who were the main characters in Cask of Amontillado?
What is Amontillado
Who wrote the Gift of the Magi?
What does Della want to get Jim for Christmas?
What does Della sell for money?
How does Jim get money for the Christmas presents?
Do Della Jim get to enjoy their presents?
In The Necklace, Mathide borrows a necklace from whom?
What happens to the necklace?
Forte means
Da Capo means
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How does a dam prevent flooding?
The rocky outer layer of Earth\'s surface is called the _________.
Rocks break down during a destructive process called __________________.
________________ forms when agents of mechanical weathering break rocks into smaller pieces.
Wind, water, and moving ice move sediments during the process of ___________.
Small islands can form during the constructive process called ___________.
_____________ lines connect point on a map that have the same elevation.
A __________ map shows the shape of surface features and their elevations.
___________ is a theory that describes how large slabs of the lithosphere move.
Build-up energy is released along a fault during an _______________.
molecular properties of attraction common to magnets
a combination of two or more different kinds of matter – each keeping their own properties
a special type of mixture in which particles of the two substances are evenly mixed and not easily separated
the ability of one substance to be dissolved in another substance
the substance that is dissolved in a solution
a substance that dissolves another substance to form a solution
the point at which no more of a substance (solute) can be dissolved in a liquid (solvent)
a substance that dissolves another substance to form a solution
the substance that is dissolved in a solution
the ability of one substance to be dissolved in another substance
Intense vibrations felt throughout Earth\'s crust during an earthquake are called ______.
____________ is melted rock found beneath Earth\'s surface.
Both earthquakes and volcanoes are often found along ________, which ar cracks in Earth\'s surface.
Volcanic eruption is a CONSTRUCTIVE force. True or False?
Weathering is a DESTRUCTIVE force. True or False?
Erosion is a DESTRUCTIVE force. True or False?
Earthquakes are a DESTRUCTIVE force. True or False?
Sediment deposit is a CONSTRUCTIVE force. True or False?
Plate tectonics is a CONSTRUCTIVE force. True or False?
A tornado is a CONSTRUCTIVE force. True or False?
The number of members for each state of the House of Representatives is based upon this:
The leader of the House of Representatives is:
The minimum age for serving in the Senate is:
This house of Congress brings impeachment charges:
This is the number of years you must have lived in the U.S. to be eligible to serve in the House of Representatives:
Both houses of Congress can expel a member by this amount of votes:
This person breaks ties in the Senate:
These types of bills always originate in the House of Representatives:
Congress can do this when the president vetoes a bill:
Originally, senators were chosen this way:
Congress sets the rules for becoming a citizen, which is called this:
Article I sets the rules for the branch of government:
Congress can sell these to the public to borrow money:
Congress is prohibited from taxing this:
Congress has the sole power to:
Congress has the sole power to create this:
Congress has the power to regulate this, which means the buying and selling of goods and service:
Congress has the sole power to protect the rights of inventors to their ideas and inventions, so these are issued:
Congress cannot pass a law that makes an act a crime after it has been committed, which is called this type of law:
The name for the powers specifically written in Article I are called these types of powers:
The minimum amount of time a president must have lived in the U.S. to become president:
They cast the official ballots to elect the president:
If neither of the top two candidates for the presidency receive a majority of electoral votes, this body chooses the president:
The president gives this speech every year:
The president is allowed to appoint the heads of these:
Federal elections are held in this month:
The primary duty of the executive branch is to:
The president can issue these, which forgive a convict of his crime:
This proportion of Congress in n
The title given to the president as leader of the armed forces.
Federal judges serve terms of this length:
The Supreme Court has this type of jurisdiction in cases involving the federal government:
This is the type of jurisdiction the Supreme Court has that means it also hears cases that lower courts have already heard:
Criminal trials shall be held where:
This means that each state will recognize the laws of all other states:
This means that a person accused of a crime in a state shall be transported back to that state:
The Constitution guarantees this form of government to all states:
This proportion of Congress needs to support an amendment for the process to begin:
The Constitution states the federal government will protect the states against invasion and this:
Members of the federal government and state governments cannot be submitted to this kind of test:
The following freedoms are protected in the 1st Amendment except:
The 8th Amendment prohibits the use of what by the federal government:
Amendment 26 established:
Amendment 12 states that a president may serve no more than how many terms?
It is the job of the vice president to communicate to whom if the president is no longer able to serve:
The 13th Amendment prohibited this:
The 15th Amendment
The 2nd Amendment protects the right to:
The 17th Amendment got rid of this:
The 14th Amendment states that all American citizens are entitled to due process and this:
The 14th Amendment establishes that American citizenship is established by:
The 4th Amendment states that authorities need this to obtain a search warrant:
The 5th Amendment protects all the following, except:
The 1st Amendment states the federal government cannot:
Double jeopardy in the Constitution refers to:
All powers not given to the federal government are reserved for:
The 8th Amendment prohibits:
The 9th Amendment states:
This amendment protects the right to trial by jury:
The 16th Amendment authorized the creation of this:
This is the study of Earth and all the different kinds of things on it
A bowl-shaped landform surrounded by higher land.
A large area of nearly flat land.
The shape that makes up the Earth's surface.
A high, flat area that rises steeply above surrounding land.
The land along the ocean.
A place where very little rain falls.
The surroundings in which people, plants, or animals live.
A measure of how hot or cold the air is.
Moisture that falls to the ground.
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A federal agency that enforces the laws against job discrimination and harassment.
Which of the following is NOT a type of sexual harrassment?
The rules of conduct recognized in respect to a particular class of human actions or a particular group.
Which of the following terms is best defined as a preconceived opinion that is not based on reason or actual experience.
Workplace diversity has to do with...
When a company permanently reduces its workforce it is called...
A business that is completely owned by one person is a(n) ...
In this form of business ownership control and profits and divided between two people.
n this form of business ownership the owners by shares or stocks in the company.
A one-page document telling who you are and why you're sending a resume.
If you are under the age of 16 (or 18 in some states), you will have to obtain this to get a job.
This type of resume highlights your strengths and abilities and is frequently used by those with limited job experience.
This type of resume highlights shows your previous work experience and growth in that experience.
An example of an appropriate question is...
Labor unions organize and bargain for the rights of
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)...
The position achieved by working for an employer for a substantial length of time.
A job advancement to a position of greater responsibility or authority.
The lowest hourly rate an employer can legally pay a worker.
Unequal treatment based on such factors as race, religion, nationality, gender, age, or appearance.
A government plan to provide access to jobs for people who have suffered discrimination in the past.
Different forms of a gene are known as
Physical characteristics of organisms like height or seed color
This is an allele whose trait is hidden when a dominant allele is present
The gene combination of an organism; its genetic makeup
This is the way an organism looks; its physical appearance resulting from the genotype
Organism with two different alleles; is the same as hybrid
Two alleles are the same, also known as purebred
This trait always shows up when the allele is present
These are factors that control a trait
This is the passing of traits from parent to offspring
What was the last major battle of the Revolutionary War?
What battle is considered the turning point of the Revolutionary War because after an American victory France agreed to send troops and supplies?
Who led the Americans to victory at the Battle of Saratoga?
What battle was the first major battle of the Revolutionary War, and although the Americans lost they proved they would not be easily defeated?
In what battle did George Washington famously cross the Delaware River on Christmas Eve and sneak attack the Hessian mercenaries?
Who led the successful attacks in the Western territories against the British and their Native American allies?
What former British outlaw and American commander successfully captured the British ship the Serapis in an important naval victory for the Americans?
Where did Washington and his troops spend a harsh, cold winter training in 1777-78?
The famous 'shot heard round the world' that started the violence of the Revolutionary War was fired at what location?
Where did the Americans have weapons stored that the British unsuccessfully tried to seize at the beginning of the Revolutionary War?
What battle was an important victory that helped the Americans take control of the West and defeat the British's Native American allies?
Which of the following was an advantage for the Americans in the Revolutionary War?
Which of the following was a disadvantage for the British in the Revolutionary War?
In which meeting of colonial leaders was the Continental (American) Army created and George Washington put in command?
In which meeting of colonial leaders did delegates draft the Olive Branch Petition requesting peace with Britain?
In which meeting of colonial leaders did the colonists decide to end all trade with the British?
What is the name of the treaty that ended the Revolutionary War?
Which of the following is NOT a condition of the treaty that ended the Revolutionary War?
Which of the following countries was NOT an ally to the Americans in the Revolutionary War?
Which of the following term describes a tradition set that others later follow?
Which of the following is not a precedent set by George Washington?
In what treaty did Spain allow the U.S to use the Mississippi River and the Port of New Orleans in exchange for a promise of peace?
Who did George Wahsington send to neogtiate with the British after the British attacked many American ships that believed were bringing supplies to France?
Who was George Washington's Secretary of the Treasury and handled most of the country's economic issues during his presidency?
What was it called when there was a large uprising of farmers in the West due to a certain tax?
Which two countries wanted America's assistance in the war they fighting during George Washington's Presidency?
What battle against the Natives convinced them to move west and give up much of their land in the Ohio Territory to the Americans in the Treaty of Greenville?
Which of the following is not an idea presented by George Washington in his Farewell Address?
What treaty with the British angered Americans because it did nothing to solve the issue of British impressment and attacking American trade ships?
Which of the following was George Washington's title during the Revolutionary War?
When faced with a large national debt following the Revolutionary War, what did Hamilton choose to do?
In order to get the South to agree to assist in paying off all the States' debt from the Revolutionary War, what did Washington and Hamilton have to agree to?
What did Thomas Jefferson argue was unconstitutional because it wasn't explicitly outlined in the Constitution?
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What type of pollution does Mexico City face?
Emissions in Mexico City come from:
What traps pollutants above Mexico City?
Which DOES NOT help to prevent pollution in Mexico City?
Which of the following is an environmental issue in Brazil?
What do the rain forests produce that humans need to survive?
Which is NOT a reason for deforestation of the Amazon Rainforest?
What environmental issue does Venezuela face?
Which body of water is being polluted by oil in Venezuela?
How much of the governments money in Venezuela comes from oil production?
Why does oceanic crust subduct under continental crust?
Where in the continental US do we see evidence of plate movement?
What kind of plate boundary are subduction zones associated with?
What layer of Earth spins to create the magnetic field?
What feature is associated with divergent plate boundaries?
What happens to pressure and temperature as depth in Earth increases?
What layer of Earth could have a pressure of 2.4 million atmospheres and a temperature of 5,700 degrees C?
What kind of plate boundary is between the Eurasian Plate and the Philippine Plate?
What kind of plate boundary is between the Scotia Plate and the Antarctic Plate?
What tectonic plate does Hawaii sit on?
Which 2 layers of Earth make up the lithospheric plates?
What happens to the seafloor as it moves farther away from a ridge?
Where are volcanoes and earthquakes most commonly found?
Why do plates move apart at mid-ocean ridges?
Where is Earth's crust the thickest?
Compared to the asthenosphere, Earth's crust is
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The pattern of weather over many years.
The careful use of our natural resources.
Something in the environment people can use.
This word means to use again.
A nonrenewable resource that is a natural substance found in the earth.
This makes our air, water, and soil dirty.
A substance used to produce energy.
A political division of some countries, such as Canada.
An area of land owned by a country either within or outside the country's borders.
This means there is a limited supply of the resource.
Make a table with the following values x= 0 1 2 3 4 when y= 8 7 6 5 4 will this be linear and if so what is the rate of change?
For the equation y=2x-4 complete a table when x = 0 1 2 3 4
In the equation m=.5x + 3, if x is 0 what is m?
What would the line for y=3 look like?
In the equation y = -3x + 7 where does the line cross the y axis?
In the equation y = .5x -1 what is the slope (rate of change) of the line?
Put the following equation in slope intercept form. 2x-y=7
Solve for n. 2n - 32 = 8
Solve for x. 12x + 12 = 3x - 15
Solve for y. 4y + 2y - 13 = 11
What is the federal system
What are the first three articles about?
What is judicial review?
The president is what of the military?
To be in Congress a member
How many amendments are in the Bill of Rights/
Where did George Washignton take the oath of office to be the frist President/
What is Benjamin Banneker famous for?
What is it called whane the President says "no" to a law/ becoming a law?
Who was the King when George Washington fouth in the Revolution?
The average of a set
the number(s0 that occur most often
The middle number in a set of numbers
The largest number - the smallest number (distance frome ach other on a number line)
This displays countable data with symbols or pictures
This uses horizontal or vertical bars to display countable data
Shows how parts of the data are related to the whold and each other
This is a pattern over time
Part of a circle graph
To place a point on a graph is called
_____ going to go _____ the store, _____.
Do you _____ the _____ student?
_____ wearing _____ much perfume.
Tell _____ dog _____ get off _____ sofa.
We both _____ that _____ sister wears _____ much perfume, _____.
_____ will be a test tomorrow, _____.
I _____ the answer _____ that question and I _____ the next one, _____.
_____ favorite tv show has _____ much violence and _____ canceling it.
_____ house is going _____ be sold, because it costs _____ much.
When you _____ how _____ do something, _____ grade will rise and you'll be smarter, _____.
A color change happens during an experiment mixing two liquids. Is this a physical change or chemical change?
An experiment applies heat to a substance and produces a gas that is a new and different substance. Choose the true statement.
If a chemical change requires energy, which of the following could be the source of the energy?
What is an example of adding energy to a substance and causing a physical change?
An experiment measures a mass, heats it over a flame without changing its state, measures it again, and finds the mass to be different. Which statement BEST describes the change?
Which of the following is a physical change?
Which of the following is a chemical property?
Chemical reactions-
Which of the following occurs in every chemical reaction?
You are asked to explain what happened to individual atoms when a chemical change takes place in a lab you are doing in class. What is the best explanation?
During the Industrial Revolution of the late 19th century, farmers in the United States worked to increase their land holdings and modernize their equipment. A lasting effect was:
Natural law was a fundamental idea of the Enlightenment. Which concept is an application of natural law to the government’s role in the economic lives of its citizens?
The League of Nations was created after World War I as a forum for resolving international conflicts. However, the League was unable to resolve tensions that led to World War II.
One effect of industrialization in the United States in the late 19th century was
One factor that motivated U.S. imperialism during the late 19th and early 20th centuries was the
In 1898, U.S. support for Cuban independence led to war with Spain and contributed to the United States becoming an imperial power.What was a major reason to go to war
Why was the formation of labor unions an effect of U.S. industrialization in the late 1800s?
The use of atomic weapons at the end of World War II fostered fears about their potential use during the Cold War years.These fears were critical in determining the US response to:
Britain and France suffered heavy casualties during World War I. Because of this, when faced with Axis expansion before World War II, these countries were
What problem arising from U.S. industrialization did the progressive reformers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries want the federal government to address?
What kind of government does Salem have in The Crucible?
What is Parris’ position in Salem?
What is John Proctor’s chief complaint against Parris’s sermons?
Why did Elizabeth Proctor fire Abigail?
Which commandment does John Proctor forget when Reverend Hale quizzes him?
Who is in charge of the court?
What does Abigail do at the end of the play?
Why does Giles Corey neither admit or deny being a witch?
Why is Mrs. Putnam jealous of Rebecca Nurse?
Which of the following events occured first?
How did the Ancient Pueblo Peoples successfully farm in the desert?
What good formed the basis of Anasazi trade?
Which modern states did the Ancient Pueblo people call home?
Which three groups made up the Ancient Pueblo Peoples?
What Moundbuilder culture city was the largest in North America in history until surpassed by Philadelphia in 1800.
The Ice Age land bridge connected modern day...
During the Ice Age, much on North America was cover by...
What is the name of the Ancient Pueblo peoples sunken ceremonial places of teaching?
What is the name given to the land bridge crossed by the First Americans?
What is the name of the Anasazi pueblo built under the protection of an overhanging cliff near Mesa Verde, CO.
to rise or climb
an ill-disguised pretense
planned or artificial
skillful;clever
inconsistency or a lack compatibility or similarity between two or more things
insulting boldness
showy display of celebration
proud or arrogant
lazy
apparently or supposedly
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Which of the following statements is true?
Which best summarizes the composition of Earth’s core?
In the number 365. What is in the tens place?
In the number 45. What does the 4 represent?
What number is in the ones place in 125?
What number is in the tens place in 864?
What does the 5 represent in the number 523?
Moving a number from the ones place to the tens place, what did you do?
Moving a number from the tens place to the ones place, what did you do?
What place value is the 5 in 532?
What number is in the tens place in 962?
How much money would you rather have?
A large farm implement company that hires another company to produce and distribute its lawn tractors is practicing outsourcing.T
Colleges, hospitals, and travel agencies are examples of goods-producing industries.
An introverted individual regularly requires an amount of private time to recharge their battery.
An example of a fringe benefit would be a lunch break.
One drawback of working from home is isolation.
References that employers can trust the most are from an applicant's contact list.
If you don't understand a question an interviewer asks him/her to clarify it or rephrase it.
Speaking poorlly of a company's product is an example of prejudice.
When labor unions negotiate with employers on behalf of workers, they are engaging in collective bargaining.
The Family and Medical leave act of 1993 is a law that protects the rights of people with conditions such as blindness.
The Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 regulated child labor and set the minimum wage.
Promotions are based only on seniority.
A lifelonger learner takes advantage of opportunites to update their knowledge and skills.
One should never decline a promotion when offered.
One should always give a six weeks notice before leaving a job.
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The average number of hours worked by a full-time employee in the U.S. in a year is:
The things that you believe are important in the way you live and work are called:
The way you use your time, your energy and your resources is your ....
According to Maslow's Pyramid, the highest need one can satisfy is...
Which of the follow is a definition of the expression global economy?
Hiring other companies or individuals to produce a product or service is called...
A set of factors, behaviors, and attitudes that facilitate learning for an individual in a given situation ...
A group of jobs and industries that are related by skills or products...
A career research tool provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The term job outlook refers to...
1. The study of matter and how it changes is called ___.
2. Which of the following is NOT a chemical property?
3. Which of the following is NOT a physical property of matter?
4. A favorable chemical property of iron is its ___.
5. The ability to transfer heat from one area to another is called ___.
6. A characteristic of a material that can be observed without changing it into a different material is called a(n) ___.
7. Color, odor, mass, and volume are ____ of an object.
8. Flammability, solubility, and reactivity are ____ of a substance.
9. Iron combines with ___ in the air to form a new chemical called rust.
10. Being able to burn wood is an example of wood’s ___.
11. Making rolls and sheets of aluminum foil demonstrates the property of ___.
12. An old car’s bumper that was coated with chromium does not rust because chromium is ___.
13. The property that makes metal pots good for cooking is called ___.
14. Silver reacts with ___ in the air to form a new chemical called tarnish.
15. A characteristic of a material that describes its ability to change into different materials is called a(n) ___.
16. The total amount of “stuff” that makes up a material is called ___.
17. The amount of space that matter takes up is called ___.
18. Water and table salt are two examples of ___ because they always have the same composition and properties.
19. When a fuel burns it combines with ___ in the air and changes into the substances water and car-bon dioxide.
Blue green algae called ____ use sunlight to make their own food. They also add oxygen to the eath's atmosphere
Earth's atmosphere was formed by gases escaping from vents and _________.
Earth's earliest life forms appeared in the __________.
The layer of the atmosphere where people can live and breathe is the _____________.
Explosions from beneath the earth's surface are __________
When two plates collide and push upward, they create a _________.
Most of the water in the hydrosphere can be found in the Earth's ______.
The solid surface and interior of the earth is the ______________
The process of water moving from the air to Earth's surface and back into the air is the____________.
The process of water vapor changing from vapor to liquid is called ____________________.
Something that provides scientists with clues to the earth's past climate
Water that falls to the earth in the form of rain, hail, or snow
Warm climates usually have more ____ than cold climates
The ____ of a place is its long-term average of weather conditions
Halfway between the North and South Poles is an imaginary line called the ____________.
A large sheet of ice is called a ____________
A period of extrem cold is called an_______________.
A rock that contains a preserved imprint or remains of a plant or animal is called a ___________.
Earth's continents were once part of a single landmass called _______.
The young earth could not support life because__________________
Which of the following is NOT a fringe benefit?
An entrepreneur is...
A brief, self-prepared document that sums up your skills, experiences and accomplishments for a potential employer.
One of the best ways to demonstrate enthusiasm, and thus be best prepared for a job interview, is to...
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The Mississippian culture was centered around which of these river groups.
Besides moundbuilding, which of these activities was common among the varied Mississippian cultures?
Which of the practices below was common to varied Mississippian peoples?
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