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As you go higher up in latitude on Earth, temperature __________.
All of the following are greenhouse gases except?
The Keeling Curve from data gathered in Hawaii shows that Carbon Dioxide concentration has _____ overtime.
The greenhouse effect ____ inside the atmosphere.
According to scientists what period in history of Earth has resulted in a dramatic increase in carbon dioxide production since its beginning?
Which are ways to reduce carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere?
La Nina is a short term climate change caused by _____?
If you took the natural process of the greenhouse effect away, Earth’s temperatures would be?
Which of these gases are responsible for acid rain?
Which of these gases if responsible for ozone depletion?
____________________ is a type of network that covers a large geographical area
Which symbol is considered a wildcard character?
Each cell is identified by a unique cell reference in Excel, which is formed by combining the cell's column ________ and row _______.
To edit a cell in Excel, you can do all the following except.
What does it mean to flag a message?
When you want to send a copy of an email to a group of people without disclosing their email addresses, you would use the following field.
When sending an email through a business email server, you should use all CAPS
A digital camera is which type of device?
Scanners are which type of device?
Voice Synthesizers are which type of device?
Trackballs are which type of device?
Color Laser Jet Printers are which type of device?
Projectors are which type of device?
The type of document includes a salutation and closing and is best described as a
This type of document includes columns and headings and is best described as a
This type of document includes to:, From:, Date:, and RE: and is best described as a
This type of document includes a Title centered at the top and is best described as a
Identify what kind of indentation needs to be used in the following example: Howard, Brian Clark. Easy Ways for Teens to Go Green. The Daily Green 10 November 2010
How many spaces after a: colon
How many spaces after a period at the end of a line
Alexander Hamilton’s economic plan was designed to (8.5A)
Which of the following actions occurred during Washington’s presidency? (8.5A)
Which problem did George Washington encounter when he became president? (8.5A)
Who created an economic plan to help build the national economy? (8.5A)
Who decided to create a Cabinet in order to assist and advise the President? (8.5A)
Some early American lawmakers wanted to help American businesses grow by putting an extra tax on imports. What is this type of tax called? (8.5B)
The Tariff Act of 1789 placed a tax on goods entering the United States from another country. The funds raised from the tariff were meant mainly to pay for the country’s—(8.5B)
Which issue is one reason for the development of political parties in the early republic? (8.5C)
Which issue would be supported by Thomas Jefferson, but rejected by Alexander Hamilton? (8.5C)
The Tariff Act of 1789 placed a tax on goods entering the United States from another country. The funds raised from the tariff were meant mainly to pay for the country’s—(8.5B)
What precentage of Earth's water is fresh water?
Most fresh water on Earth is found in ____________.
Clay and granite are __________, meaning that water canont pass through easily.
Water that fills the spaces in underground rock layers is called
A lake that stores water for human use is called?
Which of the following is not a type of fresh water wetland?
Most earthquakes are caused by
Which type of volcano would form over millions of years due to explosive and non explosive eruptions
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Where is New York Located?
Where is Maryland Located?
Where is Massachusetts located?
Where is Georgia Located?
Where is Rhode Island Located?
Where is Deleware located?
Where is Pennsylvania Located?
Where is Virginia located
Where is Connecticut located?
Where is Southe Carolina located?
An instrument for measuring the speed of wind
A scientist who studies weather and climate
Temperature, wind, and moist conditions at a certain place and time
violent tropical storm with winds of more than 74 mph and over water
a violent windstorm coming from dark clouds as a twisting funnel.
instrument used to measure air pressure
to predict what type of weather is coming
moisture in the form of rain, dew, or snow
amount of moisture in the air
measure of heat or cold
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The ___ breaks down food to release energy in eukaryotic cells.
The cells of a daisy would be ____.
Prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells contain _____.
Organelles that re-package and move proteins and other materials out of the cell are the ___.
These two-part structures synthesize proteins.
___ are organelles in which light energy of the Sun is used to produce glucose.
Groups of ____ make up organs.
Materials are carried throughout the cell through the folded membranes of the ___.
The ___ break down waste and worn-out cell parts using enzymes.
Prokaryotic cells contain _____.
Which word makes the long a sound?
Which word makes the long e sound?
Which word makes the long o sound?
Which word doesn't belong?
which word doesn't make the long e sound?
Which word doesn't make the long o sound?
What word makes the long a sound?
Which group of words ALL have the long O sound?
Which group of words ALL have the long A sound?
Which group of words ALL have the long E sound?
What is 0+59?
What is 10+15?
What is 89-89?
What is 24-12?
What is 12+5?
What is 10-5?
What is 11-5?
What is 50-30?
What is 40+10?
What is 100-40?
Which of the following is not a threat to the Amazon rainforest?
Some countries have fewer natural resources than others. How does this affect their trade?
Which of the following is a main cause of deforestation in the Amazon rainforest?
Which of the following countries was a colony of Portugal?
Which of the following countries had the biggest influence on language and religion in Latin America?
Latin America has very diverse ethnic groups. The different ethnicities in Latin America include:
How does literacy rate affect the standard of living?
The Panama Canal:
Which of the following landforms in located in South America?
In which of the following types of government is power held by one central authority?
In which of the following types of government is power shared between central and regional authorities?
In which of the following types of government does a small group make all political decisions for its citizens?
All citizens can vote in which of the following governments?
People own land, factories, and businesses in which of the following economic systems?
In which of the following economic systems does one central authority decided what is produced?
Which of the following is a tax on foreign goods?
The United States refuses to trade with Cuba. The United States has a ______________________ with Cuba.
Which of the following is not true about NAFTA?
Factories and technology are examples of:
Education and training are examples of:
The capital of the Aztec empire was:
Which of the following was the capital of the Inca empire?
Which ancient civilization had stone terraces, a polytheistic religion, and irrigation?
Which ancient civilization was located in central Mexico, had human sacrifices, and floating gardens?
Who was the conquistador of the Incas?
Who was the conquistador of the Aztecs?
Which of the following was NOT a reason that natives were defeated by Europeans?
Which of the following was NOT a major affect of the Columbian Exchange?
Which of the following is a reason that Africans were chosen to use as slaves?
Who freed 6 countries in South America and became the first president of Gran Colombia?
Which of the following people was a Catholic priest and helped Mexico gain independence from Spain?
Who was a former slave that fought against the French to free Haiti?
Who led the Cuban Revolution to overthrow Batista in 1959?
Which of the following is the name of the group of Native Americans and farmers that protested the Mexican government?
Which of the following is an environmental concern in Venzuela?
Cuba, Mexico, and Brazil all have a _____________________ government
Which of the following was the leader of the Aztecs?
Which of the following was the leader of the Incas?
In a parliamentary democracy, citizens vote for the:
In a presidential democracy, citizens vote for the:
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Videoconferencing would LEAST likely be used for
Software that enables computers to reason, learn, and make decisions is
A program code hidden in a system that can later damage software or stored data is a
The works cited page should have the heading
Why are parenthetical citations needed?
What sources should be listed on your Works Cited page?
Which shows the correct form of a parenthetical citation?
In what order should your sources be listed on your Works Cited page?
He was running late because he couldn't find his shoes. This sentence is in what tense?
Which phrase has a simile?
Which phrase contains an adjective?
Which uses consistent verb tenses?
What is the problem or struggle that causes the action in the story?
What is the part of the story where the problem is solved?
The time and place where the story occurs
The turning point of the story
What is the word used to remember the types of indirect characterization?
What is the overall message the author is trying to convey?
The ways the author reveals important aspects about the people in the story
When the author gives clues to something that may happen in the future
When the author uses an object to represent an idea
The opposite of what's expected
The buying and selling of goods
Computer program that creates organized collection of info with data items related.
examples include keyboards.
E-commerce model in which consumers originate online transactions through price offers to buisnesses.
involvs mechanical devices programmed to do routine work task.
Examples include work processing and spreadsheet programs.
E-commerce model used when a company buys part online from its suppliers
Computer program that allows the user to enter, store, revise, and print text from letters, memos, reports, or standard business forms.
The most familiar e-commerce model, in which a company sells products online to customers
What game did the guy in the TED video teach a computer to play?
With computers learning how to think, this will cause jobs to go....
What is water below the surface called?
What is water you can see called?
What is the space below ground that can store water for our use called?
Which way to farmers pollute the water?
Which of these is not surface water?
What do you call the place where all the water drains to in an area of land?
When the ground is saturated and the water moves along the surface it is called
Which is not a way water is polluted?
What is convection?
Wind is formed when:
The slope measures.....
To calculate the slope you would find...
In the function rule y = 4x - 6, what does the slope tell me to do?
y = 0.99x - 2, where x is the number of MP3 files purchased and y is the final cost of your purchase. What does the slope tell you about the problem?
y = 0.99x - 2, where x is the number of MP3 files purchased and y is the final cost of your purchase. Which of these is NOT a possible meaning for the y-intercept?
Which of these function rules is a direct variation?
What does an r-value of -0.9954 mean about the data set?
Which of the following sets of numbers could be the dimensions of a right triangle?
In a right triangle, the base = 8cm and the height = 10 cm. What is the value of the hypotenuse?
In a right triangle, the hypotenuse has a value of 30 inches and the base has a value of 7 inches. How tall is the triangle?
Two lines cross each other, creating 4 angles. One of the angles measures 28 degrees. What do the other 3 angles measure?
In a triangle, one interior angle measures 15 degrees and another measures 47 degrees. What is the measure of the third angle?
Which of the following is NOT true about rate of change?
solve this system. x + y = 3 2x - y = 9
5x - 8 = 7
-2(4x - 5) + 6x - 4 = -5(x + 7)
If -x is greater than 5, then
Candy canes cost $1.50 each to buy, and chocolate moose munch bags cost $3.50 each. You have no more than $10 to spend. Which of these is NOT a possible solution?
Two angles are complementary. One of the angles is 40 degrees. What is the other angle?
Two angles are supplementary. One of the angles is 57 degrees. What is the other angle?
The plant life, animal life, and climate of a biome are all closely related. How does one affect the other?
Which of the following statements about temperate rain forests is true?
The trees found in a deciduous forest
Savannas are also known as ________ in parts of the world.
Clear cutting tropical rain forests can lead to devastating environmental problems. Which of the following will NOT be negatively affected by the destruction of the rain forests?
What biome is characterized by low levels of precipitation, temperature variation by season, and mid-latitude coastal location?
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of the temperate deciduous forest biome?
What categories are used to classify biomes?
Which continent(s) contain tagia biome?
The taiga biome is most characterized by its
Many animal species living in the temperate rain forest biome hibernate or migrate during the winter months. Why would animals of this biome likely evolve these adaptations?
A certain species of tree produces waxy, needle-like leaves and its seeds are protected within cones. Which biome is this tree most likely to be found in?
How are latitude and diversity of species related?
The tundra biome climate is best described as
What trait is an adaptation that has evolved for life in a desert biome?
How does a primary consumer differ from other consumers?
Humans are considered omnivores because
An exotic insect is introduced to a forest ecosystem. It is resistant to the toxins the trees produce to protect them from being eaten by insects. How would this most likely affect the forest ecosystem?
Tiger sharks could be considered a keystone species because they
Why are omnivores classified as secondary consumers?
Which type of aquatic environment covers 75 percent of Earth's surface?
Barnacles are often found attached to a whale's skin, causing no harm to the whale. If the barnacle and whale are commensalists, which of these best describes the barnacle?
What type of ecosystem would be most directly affected by a natural disaster that changed the amount of salt in the ecosystem?
An animal that eats only plants is a(n)
What species interaction involves one organism serving as a host to the other organism?
Salmon are born in freshwater, migrate to the ocean, and eventually return to freshwater to mate and die. What characteristic allows the salmon to survive this lifestyle?
What is true about parastic relationships?
If two species in an ecosystem both feed on leaf beetles, then these two species are
How does a predator differ from a parasite?
Which of the following is an example of commensalism?
If the primary consumers in a food chain become extinct, what will most likely happen?
What type of organism is at the basis of all food chains?
What is detritus?
In parts of Africa, gazelles and lions are part of the same community. Gazelles are a food source for lions. How would an increase in lion birth rate most likely affect the gazelles?
Which of the following is NOT an example of an exotic species negatively impacting the environment?
When sea otters disappear from a marine ecosystem, the population of sea urchins grows uncontrollably. In this case, the sea otters are an example of a(n)
How do abiotic factors and biotic factors differ?
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Which amendment made slavery illegal?
Which amendment gave African Americans rights as American citizens?
Which amendment gave African American men the right to vote?
Which amendment gave women the right to vote?
Which of the following vocabulary terms mean changes to the Constitution?
Which amendment gives the freedom of religion, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly, and freedom of speech?
Which freedom says you can worship as you wish or not to worship at all?
Which freedom says you can join any group you want as long as you don't commit crimes with that group?
Which freedom says you can express your opinion about any subject without being arrested as long as it doesn’t cause danger or harm to others?
Which freedom says the government cannot tell people what they can or cannot print in newspapers or books?
Identify which of the following is a property of matter.
Which does not correctly describe a behavior of matter?
Which of the following correctly describes a behavior of water?
Which of the following is a chemical property of matter?
Matter is made of?
If water was frozen into an ice cube, which statement correctly describes what happens to the mass?
Which statement describes the law of conservation of mass?
The state of matter can be determined by which of the following?
During physical changes, matter always retains its
Which statement describes the movement of molecules in a solid
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Where were the Plains Indians located?
Plains Indians were the only indians to what?
What was the Plains Indians' symbolic emblem of their religion?
The number of feathers on a warbonnet ment what to the Plains Indians?
What was another symbol of bravery? (This was a neckace)
What was the spiritual ritual done by the Plains Idians in worship to the Thunder-Bird?
What was the main weapon Plains Indians used?
Who's job was it to set up the teepee?
What were a few tribes of the Plains Indians?
How far was the Plains Indian's territory?
In the late 1800s, experiments using cathode ray tubes led to the discovery of the
Which subatomic particles are located in the nucleus of a carbon atom?
Which subatomic particle is negatively charged?
Which total mass is the smallest?
Which two particles each have a mass approximately equal to one atomic mass unit?
Which statement is true about a proton and and an electron?
Which conclusion was a direct result of the gold foil experiment?
Which statement best describes electrons?
Which subatomic particle has no charge?
Compared to the entire atom, the nucleus of the atom is
belonging or pertaining to common people
agreement, harmony, or compatibility
action or power of moving the intellect or emotions
formation of mental figures, or likenesses of things
practice of representing things by symbols
graceless; inelegant
observation
necessary item of food
metally slow
inappropriate; out of place
incapable of being accounted for or explained
plesantly biting or tart
article of trade or commerce
animated, vivacious, lively
word or an act of expressing affection
rich, think vegetable soup usually with dried beans and pasta
any of a large family of soft-finned bony fishes
state or quality of being complicated and involved
mixture of things not seemingly related but thrown together
soup or ste containing several kinds of fish, olive oil, tomatoes
The Gupta Empire experienced a Golden Age because of the
Which statement is best supported by a study if the history of South Asia
During India's early history, Indian social and family life centered on the
Which statement about Asoka is NOT TRUE
Which region of India was never united by a conqueror
The plays of the Indian dramatist Kalidasa were known for their
One cause of the Maurya's collapse was
What impact did Gupta mathematicians have
The political structure of India consisted mainly of
Which is an example of the accomplishments of the Gupta period
Who is generally considered to be the Father of Georgia?
Which Indian culture was instrumental in the establishment of Georgia's first city?
Who served as the interpreter between the Europeans and the Indians in Georgia?
What city was known as the first planned city of Georgia?
Who granted the intial charter to colonize Georgia?
Which of the following religious groups was NOT allowed to settle in Georgia?
Who was the first Royal governor of Georgia?
Which of the following was NOT allowed by the trustee charter in Georgia?
What influenced James Oglethorpe to found a new world colony?
Who was the greatest threat to the colony of Georgia?
Who led the colonial militia at Kettle Creek, Georgia?
Which patriot is known for killing 6 British soldiers who demanded to be quartered in her house?
Why was Georgia the last colony to join in the American revolution?
Who was Austin Dabney?
Which act infuriated the colonists and led to the Boston Tea Party?
Which act shut down Boston Harbor and the Massachusetts Legislature?
Which Georgians signed the Declaration of Independence?
Who was the primary author of the Declaration of Independence?
Who won the Battle of Kettle Creek, Georgia?
Where was the final battle of the American Revolution?
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What is graft?
What reason did families have for moving from rural areas to the cities?
Cities had problems with sanitation, water, and housing because of an increase in
The Dawes Act was designed to benefit
Which amendment allowed former slaves to vote?
Which amendment made former slaves citizens of the United States?
Which of the following is a typical supporter of a political machine?
The main goal of the Americanization movement was to
anything necessary for survival is considered a
something not necessary for survival but add comfort and pleasure to your life
economic resources are also called...
God promises us in Phillipians 4:19 that He will supply all our wants
The United States economy has more service jobs than goods jobs
The vehicle that transports christmas trees for the lumber company is considered which type of resource?
the tuna that starkist(the canning company) cans would be considered a _________________ resource
what is the contest between businesses to win customers?
Coca Cola researchers find that many people respond to new packaging on products so they create a Christmas coke can for the month of december. Which one of the functions of business does this demonstrate?
any commercial activity that seeks profit by providing goods and services to others in exchange for money
What is the name of the decision making process we studied in chapter 1?
Which of the following is not one of the 3 economic questions every nation must answer?
Which of the following is not an element of a market economy?
be prepared to give an explanation of the good and bad of both a market economy and a command economy
most nations of the world fall somewhere between a market and a command economy
nations that are moving from a command economy to a market economy are called...
In a ________________ economy, freedom of the people is always limited
a command economy generally gives people more freedom than a market economy
This phase of American economic history drastically changed america in the 1900's
Which of the following is NOT a good indicator of how well a country is performing economically?
46 divided by 4
78 divided by 5
45 divided by 8
81 divided by 7
52 divided by 9
90 divided by 2
59 divided by 3
92 divided by 3
67 divided by 2
88 divided by 5
Turner almost wished that he hadn't listened to the radio. He went to the closet and grabbed his umbrella. He would fell silly carrying it to the bus stop on such a sunny morning . Which probably happened?
Larry, as your boss, I must say that it's been intesting working with you, Miss Valdez said. But, it seems that our company's needs are not well matched. Therefore, it makes me very sad to have to ask you to resigne your position effective today.
Bill and Jessica were almost done taking turns choosing players for their teams. It wss Jessica's turn to choose, and only Kurt was left. Jessica said, Kurt. We can infer that...
The concord contains the root -cord, which means heart. What does concord mean?
What does the suffix -ment mean in the word requirement?
Which of the following answer choices is an example of direct characterization?
Which of the following is an internal conflict?
Which of the following would be example of personification?
Which of the following is a metaphor?
Which of the following is a simile?
Sally promised she would never again disobey her mother. Which part of the plot pyramid/mountain would this be part of?
Derek slowly opened the door to the attic. As he looked in, his heart stopped. This was not what he expected to find. Which part of the plot pyramid/mountain would this be part of?
In Ptolemy’s geocentric universe,
Mercantilism held that countries should
European nations used colonies for all of the following EXCEPT
The Columbian Exchange was
The route slaves forced to sail between Africa and America became known as
Spanish conquistadors like Cortez and Pizarro were noted for
This was the factor most responsible for the deaths of millions of Native Americans after contact with Europeans.
This phrase describes the motivation of European explorers.
This is the name given to the transfer of plants, animals, people and ideas between the Old World to the New World.
This term describes the belief that the wealth of a nation depends on its accumulation of gold and silver AND it describes the resulting economic system.
The Atlantic slave trade was described as a triangular trade because
The process by which an African person became enslaved in the Americas began with the
The portion of the triangular trade route where enslaved Africans were sent to the Americas.
How did the Scientific Revolution change the way people looked at the world?
scientific method
heliocentric
mercantilism
Columbian Exchange
triangular trade
“Don’t vote for Joseph DiMato! He’s a liar and a cheat!” This is an example of which type of propaganda?
Testimonials use
Which of the following is an opinion?
If you write a science paper, is it better to support your argument with facts or opinions?
When you try to persuade someone, you
A fact is
Michael Jordan doing a commercial for Nike sneakers is an example of which type of propaganda?
Which of the following is a type of propaganda?
Which of the following is a fact?
Facts
Which of the following phrases would you find in an opinion?
Fact or opinion? “Rabbits are mammals.”
“Join the Pepsi Generation!” is an example of which type of propaganda?
An opinion is
Name calling propaganda is intended to
Persuasion often relies on a.
A claim is
Is this statement a fact or opinion? “I think reality television negatively influences teenagers.”
When advertisers use bandwagon propaganda, they try to convince their audiences to
Name calling is also called _____________ when politicians use it during campaigns.
Nearly every business in the US uses some type of computer.
Desktop publishing software is a program that formats data in columns and rows to do calculations
A keyboard is an example of an external memory storage device.
All info for an MIS comes from within the company.
The use of computers in service industries is extensive.
Conducting business using the Internet or other technology is called e-commerce.
A bank robbery is a common example of white-collar crime.
Eyestrain, vision, problems, and nerve damage can occur from prolonged work on a computer
The physical components of a computer system are called the
An organization's private computer network is called
Common e-commerce activities include
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What will probably happen to a business if it continuously fails to deliver on its brand promise?
Which of the following is a policy that the WNJ company might implement to reinforce its image as an efficient and responsive business?
What is an example of an employee reinforcing a firm's image through his/her job performance?
John communicates through all advertisements that his employees go through extensive training. What is John doing?
When a business publicly pledges to provide all of its customers with quick, courteous service, what is it doing?
What is the center of all marketing activities?
What is the overall reason that marketing strategies are designed and implemented?
What type of marketing data can a business obtain by reviewing its inventory reports and customers\' invoices?
What is one way that businesses use marketing information?
What marketing career involves determining why customers do what they do?
What can be known if only the atomic number of an atom is known?
An atom that contains 8 protons, 8 electrons, and 9 neutrons has
What is the total charge of the nucleus of a nitrogen atom
What is the total number of neutrons in the nucleus of a neutral atom that has 19 electrons and a mass number of 39?
An atom is electrically neutral because the
The number of neutrons in the nucleus of an atom can be determined by
What is the atomic number of an element that has 6 protons and 8 neutrons?
An atom of helium-4 differs from an atom of lithium-7 in that the atom of helium-4 has
The atomic number of any atom is equal to the number of
In which list are the elements arranged in order of increasing atomic mass?
Atoms of different isotopes of the same element differ in their total number of
The nucleus of an atom of cobalt-58 contains
Isotopes of an element must have different
Atoms of the same element that have different numbers of neutrons are classified as
What is the structure of a krypton-85 atom?
A neutral atom with 6 electrons and 8 neutrons is an isotope of
What is the total number of neutrons in an atom of Pb-207?
Which isotope contains the greatest number of neutrons?
The nucleus of which atom contains 48 neutrons?
In which two atoms do both nuclides contain the same number of neutrons?
What are tangerines?
Which fruit comes from several varieties of cactus?
Which is not a suggested way to cook fruits?
Most fruits are picked when they are mature but still _____________
Fruit should be ___________________ for its size.
A(n) ________________ is a refrigerated dessert with layers that may include cake, jam or jelly, fruit, custard, and whipped cream.
A(n) __________________ is cut-up fruit dipped in batter and fried.
____________________means flavorful but not sweet.
Which fruit is oval with yellow skin when ripe and has small, black, edible seeds?
Which is a suggested way to cook fruit?
What is the longest river in the world?
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The time and place of a story
Conflict within a character
Hints or cluse to suggest events that will occur later
Feeling or atmosphere that a writer creates for readers
Character that remains the same through a story
What is Conflict?
The narrator is a character in the story
A round character is..
Exposition
The point of maximum interest or tension
to form a mental image of; imagine.
something that is fair or follows the rules
someone who owns and manages their own business
completely crazy, disorganized, and out of sorts
to feel anger because of something unjust or unfair
The ability to understand and share the feelings of another.
To feel extremely happy and excited
to always expect the worst or to take the gloomiest possible view
to expect the best possible outcome and take the most positive possible view
Not influenced by personal feelings or opinions; represents only facts
the process of breaking rock into soil, sand, and other tiny pieces
to hold in place
a physical feature on Earth's surface caused by weathering, erosion, deposition, or mass movement
the process of dropping or depositing sediment into a new location
The downward movement of soil, mud, rock, ice, or other Earth materials due to the force of gravity
the process of moving sediment from one place to another
the amount of space that an object takes up
the concentration of matter in a object
the process by which a gas changes back into a liquid
the process by which a liquid changes into a gas
You set a cup of water outside in the sun and you come back in a few days. The water is gone. What happened?
You put ice and soda in a glass and water droplets form on the outside of the glass. What process is taking place?
What is the freezing point of water in degrees Celsius?
What is the boiling point of water in degrees Celsius?
What is the boiling point of water in degrees Fahrenheit?
What is the freezing point of water in degrees Fahrenheit?
What causes matter to change its state?
What two temperature points are always the same?
What is it called when ice changes to a liquid?
As water goes from a solid to a liquid, what happens to the particles’ motion?
As water goes from a liquid to a solid, what happens to the particles’ motion?
What are some of the physical properties of water?
What are two physical properties that changes as matter changes state?
Wha are two physical properties that stay the same as matter changes state?
anything that has mass and takes up space
Ms. Oliver takes a trip to the moon. What is different about me on the moon compared to Earth?
Ms. Oliver takes a trip to the moon. What is the same about me on the moon compared to Earth?
What does a triple beam balance measure?
What does a graduated cylinder measure?
What does a metric ruler measure?
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The pattern of weather over a long period of time
Large area of hot dry land
Piece of land with water on 3 sides
Large area of flat land; good for agriculture
Large area of water that is smaller than an ocean
What do we call HALF of the earth?
A mountain with a hole at the top that may erupt with fire and burning rock
An area of higher land that is much smaller than a mountain
The land next to a sea or ocean
Land that is totally surrounded by water
Large area of water totally surrounded by land
A very high steep landform; much larger than a hill
A large area of ocean that has land on 3 sides of it
Area of LOW land that is between 2 higher areas
How many continents are on Earth?
Which religion is considered one of the oldest in the world?
What is the name of the Hindu sacred text?
What is the Hindu belief in reincarnation?
What is the Hinidu belief in Karma?
How long do Hindus believe a soul will be reincarnated?
What is the caste system?
Where was the religion of Buddhism founded?
Who was the founder of Buddhism?
What does Buddha mean?
What do Buddhists believe people need to do to be happy and find peace?
What Buddhist teaching shows its followers the correct way to live their lives?
How did the first Muslims come to Southern and Eastern Asia?
What are the Five Pillars?
What is the name of the Muslim holy book?
Islam is considered a monotheistic religion because followers believe in
In which country was Shintoism founded?
What are the kami that are so important in Shito belief?
How do believers of Shinto practice their religion?
In which country was Confucianism founded?
What did Confucius believe were the keys to social oreder and peace?
What are the four P's of Marketing?
Food is a part of which one of Maslow's Hierarchy?
Security of home is which one of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs?
Creativity is which one of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs?
Friendship is which part of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs?
What is a paid announcement called?
What is the standardized mental picture that some people think is true?
What is the leading sentence at the top of an advertisement?
Which type of store layout is called a racetrack?
Which type of store layout involves counters and fixtures placed in long rows?
Which type of store layout has store fixtures and merchandise in a free flow pattern?
Which of the 4 P's involves sale and rebates?
Which one of the 4 P's involves storage and warehouses?
German battle strategy that called for quick defeat of France in the west and then attacking Russia in the east:
Futile is defined as incapable of producing any useful result; pointless. Why might ‘futile’ be a good description of trench warfare?
The Treaty of Versailles was designed primarily to punish Germany for its responsibility for World War I. In what way did the treaty hurt the German economy?
The main purpose of President Wilson’s Fourteen Points at the end of World War I, in relation to Germany, was to:
New warship introduced by the Germans that used underwater missiles:
Why did Lenin flee Russia following the failed rebellion?
World War I was more destructive than earlier wars for what reason?
New weapon that caused blindness, blisters, and choking.
The international organization created to preserve the peace after World War I was the
Name for the battlefield between France and Germany:
What happened to the Czar Nicolas II?
Which of the following is not characteristic of a communist society?
What was the main intention of the alliances formed among European nations before WWI?
Which of the following government types was set up when Lenin first came to power?
Which country was not part of the Big Three who made most of the decisions at the Peace Conference?
Why did the first attempt at a revolution in Russia fail?
The Zimmerman Note was a secret telegram sent by Germany to the leaders of Mexico. Why did the Zimmerman Note cause outrage among Americans?
Which of the following was the first event which sparked the Russian Revolution to begin?
Which of the following cause the US to enter the war?
Which of the following men developed theories which related to communism and socialism?
This is the policy of building up and keeping an army prepared for war.
Which of the MAIN causes would be linked to Russia declaring war because Serbia was attacked?
Which of the MAIN causes would be linked to Gavrilo Princip’s assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand?
Why did the second Russian revolution succeed?
One of Woodrow Wilson’s most important goals after World War I was to establish a League of Nations. What was the main job of the League supposed to be?
Which of the following was the main goal of the French during the Paris Peace Conference at Versailles?
Who was forced to assume sole responsibility for the war under the Treaty of Versailles?
Some historians call World War I the first industrial war. Several new technologies were developed for warfare. One of the most destructive new weapons used in World War I was:
One goal for a lasting peace that President Woodrow Wilson included in his Fourteen Points was:
Which term is defined largely by feelings of intense patriotism?
Name for the battlefield between Germany and Russia:
Side of the war that included Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy.
Britain joined the war in 1914 when
What goal for postwar peace was shared by the British and French leaders in creating the Treaty of Versailles after WWI?
Which of the following is not characteristic of a capitalist society?
Which of the following was the main goal of the Americans during the Paris Peace Conference?
Battle strategy in which soldiers fought from deep pits dug in the earth:
The major impact of the Treaty of Versailles on Germany was that the treaty led to:
Why was the Balkan region referred to as the “Powder Keg” of Europe prior to World War I?
WWI occurred from
Having the United States practice bimetallism the money supply would
This American was killed at the battle of Little Big Horn
This battle is considered to have brought the Indian wars to an end was actually a massacre of unarmed Native Americans
The time period when the United States began to rebuild after the Civil War is known as
The goals of the KKK included all of the following except which one?
The Freedman’s Bureau was established to
One of the impact of railroads was
All of the following were effects of industrialization except
The main purpose of labor unions is to promote
Horizontal integration is the buying out of a business’s......
Vertical Integration involves
Which industry did Andrew Carnegie build into a monopoly?
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How can we separate iron filings from sand and sugar?
How can we separate sand from sugar?
How can we separate sugar from water?
cold water has a greater saturation point than warm water.
In the mixture lab, when we put the beaker with salt water on the hot plate, what was left after the water was done boiling?
Why does a rock sink in water?
Why does a piece of wood float in the water.
I have water and a kool-aid packet. The kool-aid packet is the...
I have water and a kool-aid packet. The water is the...
I have water and a kool-aid packet. Once I mix the two together, I have a(n) ....
une chemise - bleu
un pantalon - rouge
une jupe - blanc
des chaussures - vert
une robe - vert
les lunettes - rose
un jean - gris
les chausettes - jaune
un pantalon - noir
les chemises - rouge
The children who most need physical care and comforting are...
The periods when children in the early classroom change from one activity to another are called...
When Alexis said to little Johnathan, "you did a great job cleaning up, now no one will trip over the toys" is demonstrating what type of speaking?
Activity plans should include all of the following information EXCEPT...
All of the following are important rules to follow when caring for infants EXCEPT...
A source of water should be available in or near the...
Having child-size furniture and equipment in the early childhood classroom encourages...
Symptoms: Runny nose, sneezing, coughing,
Symptoms: headache, fever, sore throat, fine red rash, swollen lymph nodes
Symptoms: high fever, pulling at ears
Il __________________ (chanter).
Elles _____________(regarder) la tele.
Nous _____________ (parler) francais.
Je _____________________ (danser).
Vous ______________________(etudier).
Tu _________________(travailler).
Elle _______________________(telephoner)
Ils ____________________________(chanter).
Nous_________________ (jouer) au basket.
Tu __________________(aimer) le francais.
quatre-vingt dix-sept
seize
vingt-trois
quarante - cinq
soixante - dix
soixante - quatorze
trente et un
quatre-vingt deux
cinquante - quatre
vingt-huit
The white-tailed deer has a spotted coat tha helps it blend in with trees as their leaves change colors. This is the biome where we live.
It is winter. You are in a place with tall trees full of needle-like leaves. You are in the ___________ biome.
Rainfall is an ______________ factor, or nonliving part, of the environment.
Plants and trees are _____________ factors, or living parts, of the environment.
What is a biome?
Conifers are trees that produce seeds in ______________________.
An _______________________ is a characteristic that helps an organism survive in its environment.
Conifer trees have special needle-shaped leaves covered in a thick, waxy coating. This __________ helps the tree conserve water and from being damaged by cold weather.
________________ is the typical weather pattern in an area over a long period of time (includes precipitation and temperature).
Other names for a coniferous forest are ______________________________.
Find the circumference of a circle with a diameter of 16.
Find the area of a circle with a radius of 5.
Find the area of a circle with a diameter of 8.
Find the circumference of a circle with a diameter of 18.
Find the area of a circle with a diameter of 20.
Find the area of a circle with a radius of 6.
Find the circumference of a circle with a diameter of 12.
Find the area of a circle with a diameter of 14.
Which is true about the relationship between a radius and diameter.
How does a circumference compare to the diameter of a circle?
May be your body's signal to have your vision checked by your health care provider
The single greatest complaint expressed by computer users is
Include numbness, tingling or burning in the fingers, hands or forearm and may progress to a loss of feeling, grip and hand function
Areas and equipment that are felt to be unsafe should be immediately reported to
OSHA stands for
The study of the relationship between people and their work environment
Provides equal opportunity/access to public accommodations for those with disabilities
When lifting a heavy object,
Is a law passed by US Congress to prevent employees from being injured or contracting diseases in the courses of their employment
ADA stands for
.gov stands for
A program that allows you to access the World Wide Web is a
Is a common way to send messages using the Internet
A standard way of identifying a resource on the Internet and how it is accessed is an
.edu stands for
.com stands for
The ability to communicate electronically
A way of scrambling sensitive information before it is sent over a public system.
Transmitting light and images through transparent fibers.
Device which converts data to a format that can be transmitted.
Users that access a computer illegally are called
Companies and organizations employ security systems to protect the integrity of the system. These usually involve
A program or file that infects a system.
To protect against computer viruses, use
A program that enters usually through a network and then replicates itself.
Stays on the system until a specific date or event, then it is executed.
Uing ideas and words as your own when they are not your own.
Internet etiquette.
Internet Explorer uses what type of icon to indicate a secure site:
To protect against virus attacks, you should:
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Under the doctrine of comparative negligence, both the plaintiff's and the defendant's negligence are taken into consideration.
Under the danger invites rescue doctrine, a person who tries to rescue another individual from harm is liable for any injuries to the individual.
The extreme risk of an activity is a primary basis for imposing strict liability.
Under the doctrine of strict liability, liability is imposed strictly according to fault.
One characteristic of an abnormally dangerous activity is that it involves a low degree of risk.
A person who keeps a wild animal is always strictly liable for any harm that the animal inflicts.
As the owner of the building that has poor sidewalks, Roy has a duty to
As a landlord of the building, when a prospective tenant asks about the size of an apartment, Ray has a duty to
Sam, an engineer, supervises the construction of a new bridge. When the bridge collapses due to faulty construction, Sam is sued by those injured in the collapse. As a professional, Sam is held to the same standard of case as
Leon files a suit against Moira, a medical doctor, alleging negligence. As a physician, Moira is held to the standard of
Nick sees Opal, a stranger in peril, but doesn't attempt to rescue her. Opal could successfully sue Nick for
Driving his SUV negligently, Bart crashes into a streetlight. The streetlight falls, smashing through the roof of a house, killing Chris. But for Bart's negligence, Chris wouldn't have died. Regarding the death, the crash is the
John sees that Kris is about to step into the path of an oncoming bus. If John doesn't warn Kris of the danger, John is liable
Clyde enters Desert Decathlon, an athletic competition in which Clyde has often competed. Regarding the risk of injury, Clyde assumes the risks
Beth is injured in a car accident and sues Cash, alleging negligence. Cash claims that Beth was driving more carelessly than he was. Comparative negligence may reduce Beth's recovery
In an emergency situation, Milena, an emergency medical technician, renders aid to Lothar, who needs help. Lother would most likely be prohibited from suing Milena for negligence under
Earth Movers, Inc., uses dynamite to prepare land for highway projects. Strict liability is imposed on this activity because
Yo llevo unos sandwiches.
Notros tenemos muchas mandarinas.
Ellas necesitan escribir la pregunta.
İ No me diga la verdad!
Yo llamo a vosotros.
¿Cuándo me traes los poemas?
¿Quién te da consejos?
Yo quiero dar te una opinion.
İ Cocine una sopa y unos huevos fritos!
Nosotros vamos a conocer a mis primas.
It is only 3:45 P.M.; ___________, Nathan is eating an early dinner.
Cade was not used to the dry desert air. _____________, He did not drink enough water before the marathon.
______________ it is snowing, Adriana does not want to cancel the picnic.
Garrett believes this subject is important, ______________, he believes it is necessary.
Cheese curls are available to all the students. They are not available for teachers, _______________.
Cece has never had a garden. _____________ , She has never even planted a flower.
Caleb thinks Keefer is the best teacher. _________________, Reanna thinks Keefer did the most for the school.
Natasha has to register for the flight to Mars. _______________, She has to fill out this form and pay a 500 million dollar fee.
A healthy diet gives people plenty of energy. _______________, it keeps blood pressure at a safe level.
_____________, for all the reasons Ava has mentioned, Harrison Park should have a swimming pool.
Before or happening before
Something you do ahead of time to make sure things go well.
Information about current events.
Early or in good time.
To have enough money to buy.
An unknown amount of time.
The amount of time needed to do something.
A plan of upcoming events, or to plan for a certain time.
The end or the finish.
The last thing.
Money borrowed that must be paid back.
Rich.
Something you promise you will get done.
A fashion that won't last long.
Having good results.
Something that is made.
Having to do with business OR an advertisement
A new thing to try
Business.
The PROCESS of making something.
A device used to save files on so they can be used on another computer
The starting screen of the computer
Gives you options or choices of what to do
A place to sore your computer work or files
Pictures or graphics that represent files, programs, or folders
The main program that runs the computer. A popular one is Windows
programs that allow you to do things on a computer like play games, word processing, view files on the Internet
where you put files that you want to delete.
This opens when you click on an icon. It is a rectangular visual area showing the program being used or what is in a folder
disks inside your computer where all the data is store
The number that divides the dividend is called?
The result of a division problem is called?
A number that is being divided is called?
The number that is left after one whole number is divided by another is called?
A group of related facts using the same numbers is called?
48 divided by 3 equals?
93 divided by 3 equals?
78 divided by 5 equals?
47 divided by 2 equals?
Divided mentally- 300 divided by 3
Divided mentally- 160 divided by 8
Estimate and then divide- 219 divided by 2
Estimate and then divide- 720 divided by 7
625 divided by 5 equals?
8,642 divided by 4 equals?
533 divided by 2 equals?
Melanie swam 918 meters in 3 days. If she swam the same distance each day, how far did Melanie swim in one day?
Luke has 48 books. He puts 7 books in a box. How many boxes can he fill?
In 2 hours Cara read 48 pages. If she read the same number of pages each hour, how many pages did Cara read in one hour?
Three plane ticket to New York cast $2,472. If each plane ticket coast the same amount, ABOUT how much does one ticket cost?
The study of life
This isn't always negative; sometimes it's important in order to improve our lives
A belief system
Antonym for equal
Antonym for weak
Rainsford not sleeping the night before Zaroff hunts him is an example of:
The Sniper takes place in
Eckels goes on the time travel safari because he wants to
In The Necklace, Mathilde's problem is
How many years did it take for the Loisels to pay off the necklace?
Part of an ocean enclosed by a curve in the land.
A deep valley with steep sides
Triangle area at the mouth of a river, where it flows into a larger body of water.
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A legal concept that protects a creative work just as if it were physical property
Means restricting the right of others to copy
To be copyright protected, an idea must be
It is _____________ to place a copyright notice on a creative work to make it legally protected.
A fee paid to the person who owns the copyright on a creative work when it is used by someone else
Creative works whose copyright restrictions have expired or which are open source are found here.
A distinctive word, phrase, or image used to identify something as a product of a particular business or organization
Copying a product (often digital) for profit without authorization from the owner
The right to reproduce a small part of a copyrighted work for educational or other not-for-profit purposes without having to obtain permission or pay a royalty fee
Choices between right and wrong actions are referred to as
You cannot use a ___________ image without asking the owner for permission.
Something has been reported as close to the truth as possible
When money, goods, or services are exchanged in order to gain favoritism.
Newspaper article written by or on behalf of an editor that gives an opinion on a topical issue.
Practice of officially examining books, movies, etc. and suppressing unacceptable parts.
Making new or secret information known; period of time given so that all parties are allowed to see and review any evidence so that all the facts are known.
When a news agency is believed to give the views to only one side of an argument.
The action or crime of making a false spoken statement damaging to a person's reputation.
A published false statement that is damaging to a person's reputation; a written defamation.
An organization set up to look into complaints about journalism, such as inaccuracy and bias; responsible for determining what is news and what is not.
Gives U.S. citizens freedom of speech
Short extract from a recorded interview, chosen for its pungency or appropriateness
Use of exciting or shocking stories or language at the expense of accuracy, in order to provoke public interest or excitement
Information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote or publicize a particular political cause or point of view
Ethical or moral code that applies more strictly to one group than to another
Occurs whenever the personal or professional interests of one person is potentially at odds with the best interests of another
An electronic device, operating under the control of instructions stored in its own memory unit.
Four general operations of the Information processing cycle are
Refers to the raw facts, including numbers, words, images, and sounds, given to a computer during the input operation.
Processed into a form that has meaning and is useful
Allows you to enter data into memory
What is not an input device?
Composed of the central processing unit
What does CPU stand for?
What does RAM stand for?
A bit is
A byte is
A kilobyte is
A megabyte is
A gigabyte is
Detailed set of instructions that tell the computer exactly what to do.
A terabyte is
Make the information resulting from processing available for use
What is not an output device?
What is not a storage device?
Controls how the system runs and processes information
When a computer is started, the operating system is loaded into the computer and stored in memory. This process is called
Widely used graphical operating system
A collection of computers and other equipment using communication channels to share hardware, software, data, and information
A privately owned communications network and covers a limited geographic area, such as a school computer laboratory, an office, a building, or a group of buildings.
Covers a large geographical area, such as one that connects the district offices of a national corporation
Studies a company, its employees, the jobs they do, and comes up with a plan for a computer solution to fit their needs
Teaches others how to use a computer or how to use a program
Maintains, finds causes of problems, and fixes broken computer hardware
Works with computer databases that store information on customers, inventory, and projects. They identify user needs, set up computer databases, and test systems.
Develops and builds computer hardware
Designs, creates, and maintains a company's Internet website
Gives advice to companies trying to solve computer problems
Writes manuals and related material to accompany hardware or software
A bit is
Applies to the integration of text, graphics, sound, video, and animation, into a document such as a letter, brochure, newsletter, web page, or presentation
A term that covers all aspects of the use of graphics in a document from the creation to the final product whether in print or in some other medium.
Can be defined as everything on a page that is not actual textual content, from simple line drawings to fully active images
The process of adding both text and graphics to a page to enhance the message.
What is not a graphic program used by businesses?
Create images by using pixels
Create images by using lines and curves- vectors
Painting Programs---such as Photoshop create ___________images
Bitmap is an image made of _________
The density of pixels in an image
Reducing the size of the image.
Which two file formats are used by the Web?
Animated files
Most cameras save in this format.
216 colors-large files-Microsoft Paint
Not compressed-large-16 million colors
16 million colors, Fireworks, can be animated, not supported by most Web browsers.
Vector advantages over bitmap images is that regardless of how much the image is scaled the quality remains _________.
What is not a common vector graphics programs?
A legal concept that protects a creative work just as if it were physical property
Restricting the right of others to copy
To be copyright protected, an idea must be
It is _________ to place a copyright notice on a creative work to make it legally protected
A fee paid to the person who owns the copyright on a creative work when it is used by someone else
Creative works whose copyright restrictions have expired or which are open source are found
A distinctive word, phrase, or image used to identify something as a product of a particular business or organization
Copying a product (often digital) for profit without authorization from the owner
The right to reproduce a small part of a copyrighted work for educational or other not-for-profit purposes without having to obtain permission or pay a royalty fee
Choices between right and wrong actions are referred to as
You cannot use a ___________ image without asking the owner for permission.
What is not a program used for desktop publishing?
Study of type-shape and size
The design of letters, numbers, and symbols
Have extensions at the ends of the main strokes that define each letter.
Without serifs
Modern typeface that appears distressed with letters oddly shaped and not completely formed
Connects the letters together and appears like handwriting
Below the baseline
Extends above baseline
Times New Roman is a ___________ font.
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What explorer served in Kublai Khan's court
What Chinese rebellion took place in 1989 and was led by college students who wanted to get rid of Communism?
Who was the first Communist leader of China?
What type of economy has the government making all economic decisions for the country?
What was Mao Zedong's plan to punish and remove any opposition to the Communist Party?
What Chinese policy placed a limit on the amount of children most urban couples can have?
What is it called when the government tried to keep information from getting to their people?
What type of government did Sun Yat-sen put in place when he conquered the last Dynasty?y
Choose the sentence is correctly using commas.
Choose the grammatically correct sentence.
What part of speech shows action?
What shows how the words are directed to the noun or pronoun to other objects?
What word joins phrase, words, or sentences?
What is NOT true for linking verbs?
True or False: Use commas to separate two or more coordinate adjectives preceding a noun.
Use a comma to separate dates and addresses within sentences.
Choose the grammatically correct sentence.
What is the prepositional phrases in the following sentence. Before you leave, please turn off the lights.
Which word is the object of the preposition in the following sentence. The students worked on their poetry project.
Identify the verb phrase in the following sentence. That could not be the answer to this question.
What is the verb phrase in the following sentence. The papers were submitted last week for grading.
Which sentence below is an example using a linking verb?
What are two interrupters of helping verb phrases?
What is considered to be an indirect subject?
What modifies a verb, adjective, or adverb?
What is the difference between transitive action verb and an intransitive action verb?
Choose the sentence that is grammatically incorrect.
Which word in the following sentence is an adverb? The father's voice came to him again, first reading the letter the principal had sent to the house, then lecturing endlessly about his poor efforts in math.
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