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2(4x+1) = -2(-2x-1)+4x
Any of a group of mostly single-celled, microscopic organisms
word that means made up of more than one cell
A process by which many protists reproduce.
Which of the following is NOT a plant-like protist?
Which of the following is NOT an animal like protist?
A type of algae that are very plentiful.
The base of the ocean floor food chain.
Hair-like structures that allow paramecium to move.
False feet that help an amoeba move.
Tails on some protozoans that help them move.
Which statement about mixtures is FALSE?
What is the best way to separate a mixture of sand and iron filings?
Which of the following is an example of a solution?
Which of the following is an example of a mixture?
What is the scientific name for the ingredient that dissolves in a solution?
A substance that will dissolve has which physical property?
What is the best way to separate salt and water?
What is the best way to separate sand and water?
What is the best way to separate a mixture of cork and small rocks?
Which of the following ingredients are soluble in water?
6 - 9/3
2 + 4(4)
10b + 3b
4(3) + a - 2
(7 - 5) 2
8/2 + y
8 - (6+8)
3y - 2x + 4y
5u - 7u + 4 + 8u
-5a + 3a + 14
I travel around the world to report the news.
I learn and play with my classmates at the school.
I am fond of climbing mountains.
I keep money record in a company.
I always play the piano in front of people.
Singing is my favourite. I love singing in the opera.
I love working on the ships. I love the sea too.
I like children very much. I teach them how to write.
I love science. I like inventing something useful.
I treat patients in the hospital.
6 - 9/3
2 + 4(4)
10b + 3b
4(3) + a - 2
(7 - 5) 2
8/2 + y
8 - (6+8)
3y - 2x + 4y
5u - 7u + 4 + 8u
-5a + 3a + 14
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With the election of Governor Johnson, he declared this was over in Mississippi?
Hundreds of college students showed up in Mississippi to conduct Freedom Schools and _____________.
Cities like Columbus and Meridian, saw the building of these facilities for young people.
The 1960's saw the reformation of this violent organization in Mississippi.
These types of buildings were burned in large numbers during the 1960's.
What city saw the killing of three civil rights workers in Mississippi during 1964?
Which statement best describes President Theodore Roosevelt’s foreign policy position toward Latin America in the early 1900’s?
The Monroe Doctrine declared that the United States would
In 1823, the Monroe Doctrine was established mainly because the United States wanted to
A major result of the Spanish-American War (1898) was that the United States
President Theodore Roosevelt strengthened the Monroe Doctrine by establishing the policy that the United States would
A major reason for Commodore Matthew Perry’s 1854 visit to Japan was to
These 1898 newspaper headline ''Spanish ships on our coasts1'' ...''died in fold of old glory!'' are best understood as an example of
These 1898 newspaper headline ''Spanish ships on our coasts1'' ...''died in fold of old glory!'' ---The purpose of these headlines was to build public support for
The establishment of the Open Door policy (1899–1900) and the response to the Boxer Rebellion (1900) showed that the United States wanted to
In the late 1800s, the United States became an imperialist nation when it
“But today we are raising more than we can consume. Today we are making more than we can use. ..we must find new markets for our produce'' ---This statement provides a reason why political leaders of the late 1800s adopted the policy of
The speakers below are discussing foreign policies that the United States has followed at various times. Which speakers would most likely support a United States foreign policy of intervention?
Which of the following is the most appropriate unit for determining the volume of a glass of water?
Which scientific equipment would be the most appropriate for determining the mass of a book?
Which of the following is a good way to analyze data?
Before asking questions, what is a scientist likely to do?
What are scientific methods?
What must you find out after conducting an experiment and collecting data?
Why is the International System of Units important?
Measuring something is one way of
A hypotheis is sometimes referred to as an educated guess. Why is that not an appropriate definition?
Which would be the best tool to measure the mass of an elephant?
Which unit is most appropriate to measure the time to blink your eye?
Food is an example of
A lightbulb is an example of
Potential energy is
Talking is an example of
Energy cannot be created or destroyed is
A football flying through the air has
As a car speeds up, it ____________ increases.
Which has the most potential energy?
The highest point of a roller coaster has
Using land to grow food crops is an example of
Farmers use crop rotation to reduce
Many uses of land, including logging mining and farming, expose the soil, which can lead to
A full landfill is covered to keep out rainwater. This step is taken to
The process of reclaiming products such as metal, glass, paper and plastic and reusing them to create new products is called
The process of helping the natural decomposition process break down waste is called
Most of Earth's water (about 97%) is
Water moves continually between atmosphere and Earth's surface in the process called
Most water pollution is the result of
What is the major role of technology in controlling air pollution
The devices used in cars and trucks to reduce carbon monoixde emissions are called
Which of the following is a way to reduce disease in a community?
What is the thick, brownish haze formed when certain gases react in sunlight
Which indoor air pollutant is colorless, odorless gas that forms when wood, coal ,oil or gas are incompletely burned?
Precipitation that is more acidic than normal becuase of air pollution is called
The construction of buildings, roads, bridges, dams and other structures is called
To create less waste in the first place is to
You should not use a charcoal grill indoors because
The ozone layer protects people from which of the following
One group of gases that is responsible for destroying ozone in the ozone layer is
Light can travel through
Which travel faster?
Light waves are measured in
A light source is
A lightbulb transforms electric energy into
A narrow beam of light that travels in a straight line is a
This occurs when light waves come in contact with a surface of a material and bounce off
This occurs when light rays travel through the material.
If light does not pass through it, the material is
If a material allows almost all light that strikes it to pass through and form a clear image, it is
Which situation is an example of SUGGING?
How could a business use marketing-research data it has gathered about the average age, income, educational levels, and spending patterns of area consumers?
Which statement about marketing research problems is true?
What is a benefit of having managers and researchers on the same page about the marketing-research problem?
What is the most significant reason why marketing research is important to businesses?
What is an advantage of using secondary data in a marketing-research project?
When marketers sampled 100 15-year-old girls, they found that they all were 5 feet 2 inches tall. What type of sampling error contributed to this finding
What question does establishing a sampling plan for a research project answer?
What research approach do businesses often use to test new product ideas?
The TUV Company wants to conduct marketing research by surveying a sample of its vast customer base. What should companies use to reduce the possibility of bias?
What type of research would a business conduct if it wanted to identify potential issues or opportunities?
A business has identified a sample of the population that it plans to survey to determine who is using their product in a foreign country. What research design should it use?
Building block for all living things
Parts of a Cell
Part of the cell that allows items to enter and leave the cell
Jelly like substance that holds organelles in place
Control center of the cell
Changes energy in a cell so it can be used
Only in plant cells and helps protect the cell
Only in plant cells and aids in photosynthesis
Carries proteins and other materials from one part of a cell to another
Part of the cell that produces proteins
What type of research is intended to obtain detailed data about customers' opinions and experiences?
A university is considering changes to its business administration degree. To obtain feedback on the idea from students, the university selects a sample of business majors who are seniors. What type of sampling did the university use?
What is an example of a secondary source of data that a business can obtain internally?
What research option usually answers questions related to how many?
Which of the following is a characteristic of unstructured observation:
What is an example of a marketing-research method that is used to collect primary data?
What is the advantage in using personal interviews to collect marketing data?
What data-collection method can be used to obtain product information during the point-of-purchase process?
What is the most appropriate data-collection method to use when a business wants to determine how its employees interact with customers?
What is a common method of collecting research data that often involves the use of questionnaires?
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What is the main idea?
Which statement doesn't fit with all the rest?
What is the main idea?
Which statement doesn't belong with the others?
Which of the following is the clearest topic sentence for the topic "Things To Do Today"?
Which of the following is the clearest topic sentence for the topic, "Best Movies Ever"?
What is the main idea?
What is the main idea?
What is the main idea?
What is the main idea?
agreement between nations to protect each other
representatives to the government
legal document giving certain rights
sail completely around
group of people that settle in a distant land
exchange of goods and ideas
conquerors
French colonists that lived and worked in the woods
people born in America to Spanish parents
allowed taxing of Native Americans
¿Cuantos alumnos hay en tu clase?
¿Cómo es tu clase de historia?
¿Cómo es tu profesor de arte?
¿Cuando es tu clase de musica?
¿Quien es tu profesora de frances?
¿De ______________ eres?
¿ _____________ es tu clase favorita? Es la clase de ciencias.
?Es dura la clase de latin?
¿Que ___________ es? Es la una.
¿ _______________ es la musica tu clase favorita? Porque es interesante.
El espanol y _________________ son lenguas.
Hay _____________ estudiantes en una clase grande.
La clase no es interesante. Es muy ______________
Nosotros somos alumnos en la ____________ escuela.
________________ muchos cursos en un colegio.
Mi clase favorita es la clase de ________________.
El arte es ______________ divertido.
Son las dos y _______________ de la tarde.
Las ciencias y las matematcias son cursos ____________________.
La clase no es grande. Es ______________.
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Which is NOT an example of friction?
Why is it easy to slip on a floor when it's wet?
What has friction?
Which of these surfaces would have the most friction?
A word often associated with friction is
The two types of friction are
A lubricant is
How do crickets use friction?
Which of the following affects fuel consumption (how much fuel is used)?
Which is a type of friction?
health insurance
Uninsured
prescription drugs
reduced rate
Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
Penalty
Supporters
Affordable
Critics
Issue
The shutting off of a port by ships to keep people or supplies from moving in or out
Military force made up of civilians trained as soldiers
An organized campaign to refuse to buy certain products
Citizen soldiers who fought the British at Lexington and Concord
Who captured Fort Ticonderoga from the British?
What did the Albany Plan of Union do?
The Proclamation of 1763 declared which of the following?
Why did the Colonists resent the Tea Act
What was the first step the 2nd Continental Congress took to prepare for war?
How did the colonists react to the Townshend Acts?
Which of the following will experience a pioneer species?
How does succession help to restore an ecosystem after a flood?
If a tree falls in the forest, which of the following will probably take place
Which of the following ecosystems will change the least over time
After a volcano erupts it will take thousands of years to rebuild with new organisms this is :
Why are tall hardwoods an example of a climax community?
What do plants like clover and legumes do for soil?
A negative impact of building a dam is:
A potential negative consequence to using water from an aquifer is:
Fertilizer that washes into lakes can cause problems
What is the name of the horizontal rows in the periodic table?
All elements in a period have the same energy level due to which of the following reasons?
The valence electrons occur in what part of the atom?
Groups, or families, in the periodic table have what in common?
How many valence electrons are there in silicon, which has am atomic number of 14?
Where on the periodic table are the metals found?
Which of the following elements is a metalloid?
The noble gases are grouped together in the periodic table. Where are the noble gases in the table?
Which of the following is a common characteristic of a metal?
What category of elements does krypton gas belong to?
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Which factor did not contribute to France’s pre-revolution debt?
Which was not a part of the government at any point during the French Revolution?
Who created the Committee of Public Safety?
Who shot down Charles de Calonne’s debt-relief-by-taxation proposal?
According to Emmanuel-Joseph Sieyès’s pamphlet, what is the Third Estate?
What did the Tennis Court Oath establish?
Who helped form the French National Guard?
Which Parisian landmark was raided by revolutionaries in pursuit of arms?
Which period was known as the Great Fear?
What happened on August 26, 1789?
Which event did not take place during the summer of 1789?
What did the Second Estate comprise?
What was the main reason that several thousand women marched on Versailles in October 1789?
Marie-Antoinette was the wife of which French monarch?
Which of the following did not occur?
Which party wanted few changes made in France?
Which of the following would not have been grouped under the Third Estate?
Which of the following is probably NOT a reason why the French Revolution turned violent?
To which country were Louis XVI and his family trying to escape when they were captured?
In 1789, King Louis XVI summoned the Estates-General primarily to
Mr. DeYoung recently did a science experiment comparing the number of minutes passed to the temperature (F) in a glass of water. He writes the function rule T = -1.8M+70 to model his data. What does the slope of this equation mean to Mr. DeYoung?
Mr. DeYoung recently did a science experiment comparing the number of minutes passed to the temperature (F) in a glass of water. He writes the function rule T = -1.8M+70 to model his data. What does the y-intercept of this rule mean to Mr. DeYoung?
Mrs. Komac gathered some data on the time spent studying for a test (minutes) and the final grade on the test (percent out of 100). She draws a trend line on her graph and writes the rule G = 2.75T - 6 to fit her trend line. What does the slope mean?
Mrs. Komac compared the time spent studying for a test (minutes) and the final grade on the test (percent out of 100). She draws a trend line on her graph and writes the rule G = 2.75T - 6 to fit her trend line. What does the y-intercept mean?
What is the purpose of a trend line?
Is it OK to have a negative y-intercept when you write the rule for a trend line?
You make a graph that compares number of cookies sold (x) to number of milks sold (y). You see a positive correlation. What does that mean?
You make a graph comparing the weight of an object (x) to the force needed to lift it (y). What is true about this data?
Mrs. Komac had the rule G= 2.75T - 6 to model study time (T) and grade (G). What grade would you expect for 10 minutes of studying?
In Mr. DeYoung's experiment, T = -1.8M + 70 was his model. When will his water freeze (32 degrees)?
You are analyzing a scatter plot comparing the number of students attending a morning review session and the final average grade on a test. You input the data into a calculator and get an r value of 0.73. Which is NOT a true conclusion?
Which of the following data comparisons would show causation?
what is a concave lens
what is an opaque object
What is a prism
what is refraction
what is a transparent object
what is the defination of vibration
what represents a high wave length
what is the defination of sound
what is a translucent object
what is reflection
What is the classification of Purchases?
What is the classification of Purchases Discount?
What is the classification of Purchases Returns and Allowances?
What is the normal balance of Purchases?
What is the normal balance of Purchases Discount?
What is the normal balance of Purchases Returns and Allowances?
Trade Discounts normally are recorded in the purchases discount account.
Purchases Returns and Allowances is a contra account to Cost of Merchandise.
Supplies bought for use in a business are recorded in the
Since contra accounts are offsets (minuses) to their related accounts, contra account normal balances are
Merchandise with a list price of $1,000.00 is purchases on account for $800.00 on December 1. Terms of sale are 2/10, n/30. Payment is made on December 17. The amount paid should be
A corporation can incur liabilities and own property.
All purchase transactions, include purchases made on account and purchases for cash, are recorded in the purchases journal.
When supplies are purchased on account for the use in the business, the amount in recorded in the purchases journal.
Petty Cash is classified as
Cash Short and Over, when having a debit balance, is classified as
Cash Short and Over, when having a credit balance, is classified as
The petty cash account Cash Short and Over is a permanent account.
The cash discount taken when a customer pays early is called
A reduction in the list price granted to customers.
Alex rents a car for one day. The charge is $18 plus $0.12 per mile. Alex wants to spend exactly $30. Write an equation to represent the situation.
Nick opens a savings account with $50. Each week after, he deposits $15. He wants to save $500. Write an equation to show this situation.
Miss Violet is buying granola bars for her students. She already has 16 granola bars in her desk and needs a total of 100 bars. They are sold in packs of 12. Write an equation to show how many more boxes of granola bars she needs.
Jenny wants to save $900 to go to Puerto Rico. She saves $45 each week. Her brother gives her $180. Write an equation to find how many weeks she must save.
A building contractor buys 525 metal bars. Because he is buying more than 500 bars, the wholesaler gives him a discount of $420. The total price is $3,780. Write an equation to find the cost per bar.
Cameron bought four begonias in 6-in pots and a $19 fern at a fundraiser. He spent a total of $63. What is the price per begonia?
It took Sharon 85 minutes to wash three cars. She spent x minutes on each car and 10 minutes putting everything away. Solve 3x + 10 = 85 to find how long it took to wash each car
Tabby went to the mall to buy a gift. She found a store that was having a store-wide discount of 25%. Write an expression to represent this situation if she buys a gift.
Bernard buys a speaker system for h dollars. He must pay 4% tax. Write an expression for this situation.
The formula for Force is F = ma, where F = force, m = mass, and a = acceleration. Solve for acceleration.
Senator Bilbo instructed racist Mississippians to visit blacks:
Many blacks looked around Mississippi and saw this as their only means to equality
The governor that promised to keep Mississippi segregated was.
The issues of civil rights helped get this man elected to the presidency.
Why was Harry Murphy allowed to attend Ole Miss, even though he was black?
This man took a job with the NAACP when he was denied admittance into Ole Miss.
James Meredith broke the color barrier at this university
What occurred on June 12, 1963?
Who was arrested for the murder of Medgar Evers?
This newspaper was very negative towards the ideas of Civil Rights for blacks.
Beckwith was convicted of murder during his ____ trial.
What year was Beckwith convicted?
What was the name of the attorney that got Beckwith convicted?
What time of the year in 1964 did the civil rights movement hit is peak?
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What is an example of a nonliving thing?
What is an example of a living thing?
what is a living thing?
What is an example of a mammal?
What can you recycle?
What are the 3 r\'s of recycling?
What pollutes the earth?
Is everything that breathes a living thing?
What doesn't pollute the earth?
How can you make a difference in the earth?
Three approaches are mentioned in Chicanas in Charge, for the study of history; which one was utilized by the authors?
There were three major types of women political figues in the tweentieth century. Which of these was not one of them.
Alessandro Portelli a leading figure in developing the intersection of oral history and biography, did his work among Italians when?
By 1972 there were only 28 Chicanas among the 736 Spanich surnamed elected officials in Texas
Before the identity labels of Hispanic and Latina came into vogue, females of Mexican ancestry called themselves?
Which of these are related, mother-daughter, among those profiled?
Which one of these belongs in the category of The Chicano Movement Activists?
The Nahuatl word for the North and Central American land mass was?
Marta Cotera wrote the book Diosa y Hembrathe first in documenting Chicana activism in Texas
Which Chicana became the first to seek nomination as State Representative in Texas.
Which group spoke Algonquian in the Coastal Plain Region?
Which group spoke Iroquoian in southwest VA and parts close to North Carolina?
Who called the people he saw in Virginia Indians because he thought he was in the Indies?
This language was spoken in the Piedmont region.
The Monacan were primarily in which region?
Which group of people did Europeans first meet speaking Algonquian?
Cherokee spoke what language?
All of the following were language groups in Virginia except?
Which of the following was not a tribal group of Virginia?
Iroquoian was spoken where primarily?
Albert Pena had his co-leader in Olga Ramos Pena, who did Hector P. Garcia have?
After the 1960 presidential election and the Viva Kennedy Club organization closed what group formed in Texas from this network?
Which woman profiled as an Adelita was elected to a school board and later a county judge?
Of these which one was the first to be elected to a local government position?
Had she won the office she campaigned for in all probability she would have been barred from serving due to age. Who was she?
Among the Chicanas in Part I and II who became mayor of a city?
Among the Chicanas in Part I and II who became an Appeals Court Justice?
In Part ii Chicana which one was NOT associated with the RazaUnida Party?
In Part I Chicanas which one worked within the Democratic Party as part of the organization?
Who is the best?
Who published Texas Colonias?
The estimated population of Texans living in Colonias was?
The Colonia population is located along the Us-Mexico border which stretches for how many miles?
Which state has the largest number of Colonias?
Which state has the largest Colonia population?
Cities with Colonias are reluctant to annex these areas because?
You can get a copy of Colonias from the Dallas Federal Reserve Bank by calling, it is free
In a Contract for Deed purchase, who controls the deed and title to property?
Are Contract for Deed sales prior to 1995 required to be recorded?
32 Border countries report cases of viral disease. Where does Tuberculosis rank among Shigellosis, Salmonellosis, Hep A, and Hep unspecified as of 1991?
Providing quality education for children living in the Colonias is a major challenge becasue?
The Rio Grande Valley Empowerment Zone consists of which countries?
The Dallas Federal Reserve Bank is located in which Federal Reserve District?
How many counties in Texas
How many Regional Councils of Government (COG) does Texas have?
Which is the largest city in Texas?
What is the exact date of Juneteenth?
Nine years of martial law followed the defeat of the Confederacy. What is that period of time called?
Robert Jensen's article
In essence white privilege stems from it being a racial upper based on what?
What does MALLEABLE mean?
What does DUCTILE mean?
What does HARDNESS mean?
What are three properties of metals?
What are three properties of non-metals?
Calculate the density: M = 130 g V = 10 g/cm3
Calculate the density: M = 77 g V = 11 g/cm3
Calculate the following: M = 500 D = 5 g/cm3 V = ?
Calculate the following: M = ? V = 19 cm3 D = 5 cm3
What is the defintion of the Law of Conservation of Mass?
According to Jenson being white in the United States is...?
The first 42 African American legislators were rEPUBLICANS
The 14th and 15th Amendments to the US Constitution were adopted by Congress after the Civil War. How many Democrats voted for these amendments?
Which state began the Juneteenth celebration?
Arizona does not celebrate Juneteenth
The Changing Face of Texas was made possible because...?
Changing Face utilized projections and made forecasts into 2026. What variables are used to make demographic forecasts and projections?
Examining the Figures and Tables on pages 1-5 of Changing Face we can deduce that in all decades but one, Texas had a real gross product growth rate average better than the US.
According to Changing Face the fastedt growing sector of the Texas economy will be in what area?
The forecast for the black population in Texas for 2026 is 11%. How many black slaves, in percentage terms, were in the state for the first census of 1850?
What is the Lithosphere?
What is an example of a physical change?
What is an example of a chemical change?
What is a metalloid?
What is the MOHS scale used to measure in minerals?
The definition of a physical change is...
What is the definition of a chemical change?
An example of the Law of Conservation of Mass includes...
How do we test the STREAK of minerals?
What is the formula for measuring DENSITY?
Changing Face forecast in 1992that Texas population in 2026 would be 8.4 mill Hispanic, 2.4 mil black, close to a mil other, & 10.4 mill whites (non-hispanics) is this accurate?
Who produced Border Bandits?
Was Hernandez v. Texas about race and segregation and heard by the us Supreme Court before or after Brown v. Board of Education?
the first black city manager in Dallas was?
The election of 1964 was the first one where southern states, texas included, could not require the poll tax as a prerequisite for registering to vote. Why?
What president refused to meet with Members of Congress who were Black Democrats at the White House?
What gov't officials choose to do or not to do about public problems is a defintion of which of the following terms?
The process through which issues become matters of public concern and gov't action is a definition for which of the following stages of the policymaking process?
Which of the following issues has recently been part of the state's official polcy agenda?
the development of strategies for dealing with the problems on the official policy agenda is a definition of which of the following stages of the policymaking process?
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What do you call organisms that are too small to see with a microscope?
What are yeast and mushrooms examples of?
What is a group of tissues working together to do a certain job called?
What do most living things use to turn food into energy?
What are the smallest unit of living things called?
What are one celled microorganisms that live in pond water called?
What is the tissue that covers and protects your body called?
Plants, people, and other animals are called?
Cells that work together to carry out a certain job is called?
What is the jellylike substance found in both plant and animal cells called?
Plant cells have food factories called ______ that contain chloropyll.
A group of organs that work together are called an?
Most living cells are different in color, shape, and ?
What is the holding bin for food, water, and wasters in a cell called?
The animal cell's thin outer covering is called the?
What is the heart an example of?
What is demand?
A new business is likely to succeed if...
A key element in a market economy between similar businesses
What helps an entrepreneur determine if a new business has potential?
What is one disadvantage of a sole proprietorship?
Partnerships must have at least one what?
Which type of corporation is most common and expensive to set up?
Who do retailers sell directly to?
What is the organized way a nation provides for the needs and wants of the people?
Who decides how products are produced in a market economy?
Self propelled device that carries its own fuel.
Objects at rest will stay at rest and objects in motion will stay in motion in a straight line unless acted upon by an unbalanced forece
The three forces that act upon a rocket in flight are?
Which type of airflow is desire for a rocket to achieve the most efficient flight performance?
What are the four commonly recognized groups of rockets:
The most powerful group of rockets that send satellites into space
The point on the rocket where all mass is concentrated
What kind of stability occurs when the center of gravity is behind the center of pressure
Rockets that can travel long distances and can carry huge payloads
Adding a ballast to a rocket helps it overcome
In the first half of the 19th century, a distinctly American voice emerged as the US reaffirmed its independence from Britain poltically and...
In 1812, simmering tensions neyween the US and Britain erupted in a __-year war.
Which of the following was NOT a negative effect of industrialization?
As European settlers moved into new territory to make money and gain land, __ who had lived there for generations were displaced.
In the middle of the century, Americans embraced the idea of manifest destiny-a belief that the US was destined to expand to the Pacific Ocean and into __.
The United States' annexation of __ from Mexico in 1845 set off the Mexican-American War (1846-1848).
Romantics were inspired by __ and celebrated the individual human spirit, including the emotions and imagination.
Ralph Waldo Emerson led a group focused on __--a philosophical and literary movement that emphasized living a simple life and celebrating the truth found in nature and in personal emotion an imagination.
Both __ and __ wrote poems that broke with the traditional conventions of poetic form and content.
Which of the following was NOT a brooding romantic or anti-transcendentalist?
Billy Bob Joe's uncle's brother put yeast into a bowl of water and added a little sugar. He placed the bowl in a warm place and let it sit. After a while, he observed foam spilling out of the bowl. What kind of change is occurring?
Silly Sally Suzy filled 2 balloons with the same amounts of water, sugar, and yeast. She put 1 bowl on a table in her classroom, and the other on a sunny windowsill. Why did Silly Sally Sue observe that the balloon in the window grew larger in size?
Billy Bob Joe's father's cousin's mother is cooking dinner. After Billy Bob Joe's father's cousin's mother adds salt to the boiling water, what will she have in the pot?
Billy Joe Bob took a picnic to a sandy beach. He brought a garden salad and lemonade. Which of these best describes sand, a garden salad, and lemonade?
Which of the following represents a chemical change?
Each state of matter has certain physical properties. Which is a physical property of gas?
Billy tested a control solution at room temperature (25*C), and measured how fast salt dissolved in it. Next, he cooled solution A to 10*C and heated solution B to 40*C. How quickly did the salt dissolve in solutions A and B compared to the control?
Different elements have different kinds of atoms. How can you tell an atom of one element from an atom of another?
Which of these conditions has the greatest effect on how quickly a substance changes from one state to another?
Silly Sally Sue's mom boils water in a pot on the stove to make soup. Which of these ingredients will dissolve in the water?
Silly Sally Sue needs to make a list of the physical properties of matter. Which of these should Silly Sally Sue include in her list?
Each of the states of matter has specific characteristics. Which statement correctly describes one of these characteristics?
Atoms are made up of smaller particles called subatomic particles. Which is a subatomic particle that has no charge?
A scientist is examining two atoms. One has a nucleus with 5 protons and 5 neutrons surrounded by 5 electrons. The other has a nucleus with 5 protons and 6 neutrons, surrounded by 5 electrons. What can he conclude about these two atoms?
Every atom has a center called the nucleus. The nucleus has a positive charge. Which particles are found in the nucleus?
A scientist studied the soil at a certain location. She determined that most of the soil was made up of very fine particles. The size of the particles was 1-7 micrometer and this soil drained water the slowest and retained most of the water. Which
How does sandy soil form?
Why soil is different from one location to another location?
It consists of smaller grains than sand, and is often deposited at the bottom of a body of water. Which soil type is this?
soil is formed by
Which type of soil is found suspended in the body of water?
Which type of soil is a mixture of other type of soils?
Which type of soil can hold the most water?
Which type of soil is used to make pots?
What is a parent rock?
What is the main part of soil composition?
Which best explains the relationship between parent rock and soil composition?
A class is conducting an experiment on how different types of soil can affect the growth of a plant. Which are the main factors the class should consider when designing the experiment.
The primary source for social insurance coverage in the country is the
Stan and Maureen own a company. What could they purchase to provide coverage against financial loss caused by a dishonest employee?
Devon purchased a type of insurance that will pay his wife a set amount in the event of this death. This type of insurance is known as
Emma just purchased automobile insurance. The portion of Emma's automobile insurance that protects her vehicle if it should collide with her next door neighbors's tree is called
Manny and Austin own a three-story office building. If the building were damaged or destroyed they could sustain a loss. The potential to sustain loss is known as
Theft insurance, automobile insurance, and disability insurance are all examples of what type of insurance?
The clear intention to make a will without undue influence of others is called
In most states a person under age 18 does not have
A will only takes effect
If proclaimed during the maker's last illness of by service personnel on active duty, some states will recognize
When a separate entity under law becomes the transferee of the property, it creates
A trust created during the lifetime of the settlor is
When Betty dies, her children can find no evidence of a will. The probate court, has the power to settle Betty's extensive estate and appoints Jerry to take charge of Betty's property. Jerry is the
Which of the following statements regarding the revocation of a will is untrue?
Which of the following situations would create an invalid will for Jan?
Which of the following statements regarding a trust is untrue?
Goods such as one's car, clothing, or watch are
When the owners knowingly leaves the property somewhere but then forgets it, the property is considered
When you purchase land, you also gain ownership of
The tenant has the right to
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Which structure would you find ONLY in plants?
Which of the following is the function of the ER
I’ve  been  called  the  storage  tank, by those with little taste, I’m  a  sack  filled  with  water, Food, enzymes, and waste
All living things are made up of cells
Cells are the basic unit of
I digest older cells and get rid of waste.
If you see a cell wall, what kind of cell am I?
I supply the energy to the cell
What organelle makes proteins in a cell?
All cells are produced from
Who is the head of the Natioal Executive Branch
What is the main duty of the President of the United States?
All of the following are duties of the President EXCEPT:
The President delivers an annual speech to Congress known as what?
A very direct way the President can influence legislation is by ________ or approving laws.
The Presidents Cabinet, what does it help the President do?
Of the following list, which is a way the President can influence legislation?
Who helps the President interpret and execute the laws?
The President is also known as the ____________________ Officer of the Nation.
What is the name of this place that acts as the central headquarters for the Executive Branch?
The system we use to elect the President is known as what?
Who chooses the slate of electors from each state?
The number of electors from each state is based on that states what?
What is the total number of electors needed to win an election?
How is the slate of electors chosen in each state?
When a candidate wins the popular vote in a state he gets all of that states electoral votes because of the _________________.
The Electoral college favors a _______ party system.
Because of the winner take all system, candidates focus much of their attention on which type of states?
What is the least number of electoral votes a state can have?
Even though the chosen slate of electors doesn't cast the official vote until December, how can we know the winner of the election the night of?
The movement of water through a membrane
The movement of substances through a cell membrane without the use of cell energy
The process by which a cell membrane surrounds and encloses a large particle to bring it into the cell
The sac formed around a large particle to allow a cell to take in or remove the particle
The movement of substances through a cell membrane with the use of cell energy
The movement of particles from regions of higher density to regions of lower density
The process by which a cell gets rid of large particles
During the process of diffusion,
Osmosis is important to cells because
What structures allow small particles to cross cell membranes?
Smaller territory of a larger one
group holding leadership for long periods
First caliph of Umayyad Dynasty
period in which someone learns a trade
period in which a society is at its peak, Abbasids had this during their empire
Muhammad's friend and first caliph
What group replaced the Umayyads as caliphs?
What word means Islamic Law?
Who first defeated the Abbasids?
What was the capital city during Abbasid rule?
A common set of important activities that make up a manager's job is called:
A manager that builds relationships does the following:
What are the 4 Functions of a Manager
The fundamental guidelines for the decisions and actions of managers is called:
The final step in the decision-making process is to:
The duties of a supervisor are:
What is one way you can judge whether or not a supervisor is effective?
A prodcedure that evaluates the work and accomplishment of an employee and provides feedback on performance is called:
The process of making sure work meets acceptable standards is called:
Managing work schedules to achieve maximum productivity is callled:
What is the rate of gravity?
Which scientist made the connection with a falling apple being an unbalanced force?
What force acts against gravity?
As gravitational force increases_____________ increases.
As gravitational force decreases___________________ descreases.
Which is a measure of gravitational force on an object?
Mass is:
Weight is measured in:
Mass is NOT measured in:
What did Newton find to be needed to change the motion of an object?
Controlling quality means:
What is the second step in problem solving?
Exploring situation choices with a computer is called:
What is the first step in the decision-making process?
Which of the following activities should a manager complete after selecting a solution?
What is the third step in the decision-making process?
A sign or indication of something that appears to be the problem is called a:
An experienced manager who meets regularly with a new manager to provide feedback and advice is called:
The fundamental guidelines for the decisions and actions of managers is called:
A systematic way to explore the consequences of specific choices using computer software is called:
This refers to a writer’s choice of words and use of language.
The suggested or implied meaning of a word.
The literal meaning of a word.
A writer’s or speaker’s attitude toward a subject.
A group of lines, usually similar in length and pattern, that form a unit within a poem.
The central idea, message, or purpose of a literary work.
A type of essay that explains, or defines, what a topic means.
This strategy of definition demonstrates how a concept functions or operates in the real world.
This strategy of definition uses examples to help the reader understand your definition. (These examples usually come from texts.)
This strategy of definition explains what something is by showing what it is not.
A consistent pattern of rhyming words at line endings throughout a poem.
Poetry without a fixed pattern of meter and rhyme.
A comparison between two unlike things in which one thing is spoken of as if it were another.
A comparison between two unlike things using the words like or as.
A character, symbol, story pattern, or other element that is common to human experience across cultures.
A long narrative about the deeds of heroes or gods. It can be in prose or poetry.
A noun or noun phrase that gives further detail or explanation of the noun next to it. When it appears in the middle of a sentence, it is usually surrounded by commas.
These add detail to sentences by showing relationships of time, direction, or location.
A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one.
Using different language and sentence structure to express the meaning of a writer or speaker.
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Means gums
Refers to the skin:
Itis-
Which of the following is not an organic compound
Energy is
Muscles associated with posture
Responsible for packaging and sending out material in the cell
Which of the following is incorrect about enzymes:
Triglercerides contain:
This bone is required for chewing
Musles that are flat are predominately used for
A eukaryotic cell
Which is not correct about the thoracic cavity:
Salt...
Myasthenia gravis
The thick filament
Absolutely necessary for muscle contraction
Osteoporosis...
Which of the following is associated with postive feedback loops?
What is being described: Typically controlled by negative feedback loops, balance in the body, associated with blood pH andoxygen levels.
Which of the following is correct about multipotent stem cells:
Which is supported by the Catholic Church?
Refers to the back
Bringing your arm down after completing a jumping jack
The study of diseases
Autoimmune diseases
Bones
Protection, insulation, energy source and found in the cell membrane are all functions of
The patella is an example of a
Freely moveable joints are called:
The ends of long bones are:
The heel of your foot is also called:
Located in the cell membrane, contributes the most to fluidity of the structure
Which molecule is a monosaccharide?
Monosacchrides are joined together to create disaccharides through:
Defend against disease, transport oxygen, speed up reactions, and communicate with cells are all jobs of:
The sequence of amino acids in proteins is the:
Which of the following properties of minerals is expressed in numbers?
Which property describes a mineral that breaks evenly along planes?
Which property describes the color powder left on a plate?
Which property describes that a mineral breaks unevenly?
Which of the following properties of minerals does Mohs scale measure?
Which of the following properties is considered a special property that applies to only a few minerals?
Silicate minerals contain a combination of the elements _____.
___ is an example of a coarse-grained, felsic, igneous rock.
Which of the following is not a sedimentary rock?
Which of the following is not a type of foliated metamorphic rock?
The ___ of a rock is determined by the sizes, shapes, and positions of the minerals the rock contains.
___ metamorphic rock contains minerals that are arranged in plates or bands.
The most characteristic property of sedimentary rock is ___.
An igneous rock the cools very slowly has a __ texture.
Igneous rock form when _________
A ________ is a common structure found in metamorphic rock.
The process in which sediment is removed from its source and transported is called ____.
Cell division where 2 identical cells are formed, which are called daughter cells
Life stars out as a single __________
reproduction that requires only one parent
these are the 2 cells that come from the division of a cell
Body cells (like nerve cells or blood cells)
Structures within the cell that are made of DNA and genes
Cells that do NOT have DNA in the nucleus
Cells that DO have DNA in their nucleus.
sex cells
a process of cell division that involves two rounds of cell division and that is specific to sex cells in which four daughter cells are formed
What is a non-renewable source?
Which of the following is NOT a renewable resource?
The pivot in which the lever is placed is known as:
The energy of the sun can be used to generate electricity using special solar panels know as:
Type of energy that uses steam from hot water reservoirs deep beneath the ocean.
Which of these are renewable sources of energy:
The amount of force you need to apply to lift a load is known as:
Compressibility of air is part of the system known as:
Wind turbines convert the kinetic energy in the wind into mechanical power.
Compressibility of water is part of the system known as:
On which continent is Georgia located?
In which two hemispheres is Georgia located?
In which region of the United States of Georgia located?
What ocean borders Georgia?
An area's consistent weather patterns over time is called
Georgia is made up of _____________ counties.
What river forms a natural boundary between Georgia and Alabama?
What river forms a natural boundary between Georgia and South Carolina?
What is the highest peak in Georgia?
Which most accurately describes Georgia's overall climate?
Which rover is the primary source for water for Atlanta?
What is the primary function of the barrier islands?
How does Georgia’s climate effect agriculture?
In the sequence of events, what happens before Scrooge sees his childhood?
At the end of the play, Scrooge buys the Cratchits
The theme in this play concerns
How much time has passed from the start of the play to the end of the play?
In the sequence of events, which event happens before Scrooge is visited by the Ghost of Christmas Past?
From the Spirit of Christmas Yet to Come, Scrooge learns that
Which of the following details helps build the theme of this drama?
The theme of this play is the importance of
Which word best describes Scrooge at the beginning of the play?
What theme does the Spirit of Christmas Past reveal?
What kind of cells have a boxlike shape?
What protects and supports the plant cell? (hint: outer covering)
Which cell has several different shapes?
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Which of the following organism would be at the bottom of the food chain?
Which type of organism does the work of recycling plants and animals that have died?
Animals that eat both plants and other animals are called
Whic of the following statements are true?
Which animal eats mainly plants?
Any resources necessary to the survival of populations in an ecosystem may become
A relationship between two organisms that benifits both organisms is called
What is the special role an organism plays in a community?
The greatest number of individuals that an ecosystem can support within a population is the
Which of the following is an example of a decomposer?
When taken over, what power did Caliphs retain?
What did Abu Jafar al Mamun do?
What was the name of the first research institute?
Name of last great Muslim empire
What invention helped Turks capture Constantinople?
Associations that regulated training for young potters and other craftsmen
Why did Muslims search for knowledge?
How did Sultans help pilgrims to Mecca?
What taught Muslims self restraint and will power?
What was the rebellious decision made by Abbasid governors?
Color is an example of a ______________________________ property of a river.
Animals are an example of a _________________________ property of a river.
Nutrients are an example of a ___________________________ property of a river.
When wind from storms move ocean water on land that is an example of a ___________________?
When streets flood because water runoff is not absorbed by cement that is called a _____________?
Floating ice that stops the flow of water caused a(n) __________________________.
A big tidal wave is called a __________________________.
An area that is wet and has plants adapted for wet soil is called a ___________________.
Why is there more life near the shore of a lake than in the middle?
What is found at the bottom of a lake?
The Ottoman Empire was centered around what modern Middle Eastern country?
What was the highest position in the Ottoman Empire?
What was the highest position in the Ottoman Empire AFTER the sultan?
Who was the first sultan of the Ottoman Empire?
Which ruler of the Ottoman Empire conquered Constantinople, even though he only ruled for 2 years?
Who was the ruler of the Ottoman Empire that is regarded as the greatest Sultan?
What were the Ottomans NOT known for?
What was the peaceful period that transitioned the focus of the Ottomans to European culture and lifestyle?
When did the Ottoman Empire begin to show weakness?
How long did the Ottoman Empire exist?
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Israel was created using land from what group of people?
What is Zionism?
What is anti-Semitism?
What is the Holocaust?
What is the deliberate and systematic destruction, in whole or in part, of an ethnic, racial, religious, or national group?
How many Jews were killed in the Holocaust?
What happened on May 14, 1948?
Why did the Jewish people want the land known as Israel?
Who is the person responsible for the Holocaust?
What religion are the Palestinians?
What shape is a mirror that reflects parallel light rays towards a focal point?
According to the law of reflection, a light ray striking a mirror
The study of light and the tools that use light
A ray of sunlight moves from the air into the denser medium of a pond. The light ray will
A convex lens brings rays together at a focal point. The distance from the center of the lens to the focal point is called the
Isaac uses a convex lens to create an upside-down image of an object. The image is smaller than the object. The object must be located
A convex lens
A concave lens produces
Convex mirrors
The amount and direction that a light ray bends when it enters a new medium depend on the
Which definition fits with pollutant?
Which definition fits with turnover?
What is the meaning of Human Made Lakes?
What is the definition of Crustal Formed Lakes?
What is the definition of a Natural Lake?
What is the Environmental Protection Agency?
What is the World Water Monitoring Day?
Name some problems caused by flooding.
What two factors control flooding?
What causes a tsunami?
What part of the eye acts like a convex lens?
What part of the eye sends signals to the brain?
What part of the eye helps focus an image by changing its shape?
The opening that controls how much light enters the eye
The colored part of they eye that controls the size of the pupil
A nearsighted person wears glasses to help correct her vision. The lenses in the glasses
A farsighted person needs glasses that
Jordan wears glasses with concave lenses. The glasses help
The rod cells are located in this part of the eye
Cone Cells
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Ownership of natural or man-made increases to personal property is acquired by
The most important factor for determining fair use might be
Using a trademark as a descriptive generic term or permitting competitors to refer to similar products by the trademark may cause the original owner to
Trade secrets are
Gathering shells on a public beach is acquisition by
When Ed opens his own carpet cleaning business, he creates a unique symbol that identifies his company from other carpet cleaning companies. This unique symbol is known as a(n)
Which of the following statements is untrue?
While removing her mink coat before dinner, Jody is unaware that her diamond necklace has fallen to the floor. What is true of the diamond necklace that fell off her neck?
Elements of bailment do not include
Bailment ends when
A mutual-benefit bailment, in which consideration is given and received by both bailor and bailee, invokes the duty of
Involuntary bailments, which arise without the consent of the bailee, call for
A bailment for the sole benefit of a bailor calls for
The nature of the bailee's duty of care may be modified by
An industry may seek to avoid the duty of care established by the common law by
If Antonio rents a car for one week from Rent-A-Car at a price of $109.25, what type of bailment was created?
When Yu-lan borrows Ned's van without paying Ned any money for the use of the van, what type of bailment exists?
Which of the following is a common means in which to amend the bailee's duty of care?
Which of the following is true regarding minimal care?
After you leave for vacation, your dog digs a hole under the fences and escapes. Your neighbor finds your dog and takes care of it until you return. What type of bailment exists in this situation?
What is a reason why a businessperson might write a letter of inquiry?
When writing a letter of inquiry, when should you identify the purpose of your letter?
In planning marketing activities and in making marketing decisions, marketers use a variety of data gathered by a(n)
Which characteristic of useful marketing information is represented by the statement The benefits of using the information should be greater than the expense of gathering the data used to generate this information?
Your company has asked you to make recommendations for new hardware and software to replace the existing marketing-information system. What should you recommend?
What is an internal source of marketing information for a business?
What is an example of marketing information that a business could gather by surveying its customers?
A major credit card company has hired a marketing-research firm to conduct a survey regarding the use of consumer credit. Would it be considered ethical to use the database information collected in a direct marketing campaign?
How can researchers protect the integrity of the marketing information they collect?
Why do marketers continue to gather information?
What is an important ethical issue involved with the collection and use of marketing information?
So a business can retrieve current customer and internal marketing information from a central location, it may use which of the following technological tools:
How can businesses use computerized databases to sort and organize information about customers' purchases, brand preferences, and dollar amounts spent?
How can using a database to track its customers' preferences and buying habits help a business?
Which of the following is a technology tool that allows a business to observe a customer's Internet activities:
When a marketing-information management system compares financial information from one time period with the financial data from another time period, it provides a picture of the business's
One advantage to marketing-information managers of using the Internet to do research and gather data is that the process is
Why do many businesses place a cookie on a user's hard drive when the user visits the business's web site?
The period of time in the past before writing was invented is called
People who pass stories by word of mouth from generation to generation have a(n)
A worker who is especially skilled at crafting items by hand is called a
Both modern humans and ancestors of modern humans are called
During the Old Stone Age people got their food by
Having surplus food was a factor that led to
Scientists learned more about the Iceman's life by studying
A person who has no settled home is known as a
The Ancient people used a system of watering crops during the dry summer months is known as
During the period of prehistory, people developed the ability to
Which of the following statements represents an inaccurate understanding of bailment relations?
Maurice is hired to work as a security guard at Coastline Computers where he guards the manufacturing and storage facility for Coastline's computers. Which of the following accurately reflects Maurice's relationship?
A test for distinguishing real and personal property is
Jamika owns a home and land in which she raises maple trees. The sap from these trees is periodically extracted and sold for maple syrup but the trees remain unharvested. Which of the following is true?
Gabe purchases a piece of land in Texas. His neighbor, Emil, begins drilling for natural gas. After several months, Emil is able to extract gas but the pool of gas extends under both pieces of property. Emil would own these gases because of the
A notice of termination is required for
If a lease is for a period of ten months, it is
The leasehold estate that can be terminated at any time is
When a tenant transfers the entire interest in the lease to a third person,
Duties of the tenant do not include
A landlord may evict a tenant
The implied warranty of habitability is the responsibility of the
Landlords can be held liable for
At the end of his one-year lease, Tony continued to occupy his apartment and failed to procure another lease. What type of tenancy does Tony have?
When an insurance company makes payment for a loss to a suffering party, the insurance company is said to
The stated maximum amount of money that can be paid on an insurance policy is the
The type of insurance that covers structural loss due to rain, hail, earthquake, and windstorm is
The type of insurance that covers automobile, burglary, disability, and liability would be
Insurance providing protection against claims of parties who suffer injury or other loss as a result of negligence committed by the insured would be
Automobile insurance coverage indemnifying insureds for damage to their own vehicles is
The sign language from this country has influenced more signed languages in the Western world than any other country.
What is the actual name of French Sign Language?
Where was the first school for the Deaf in the world established?
Which type of situation can only be shown through a conditional clause?
Which of the following is NOT needed when using a conditional clause?
Which of the following is NOT a time when you would use raised eyebrows?
Which one of the following is NOT true about Andrew Foster?
Which one of the following is NOT a required part of an assimilative community?
Which was a well-known assimilative community in Massachusetts in the 19th century?
Which of the following is likely the oldest national Deaf organization in the world? (according to the text)
When describing rules, your tone could be on a continuum from _________ to ___________.
This Deaf teacher from France helped establish the first school for the Deaf in the United States.
This part of ASL is uses shoulder-shifting to estalish two concepts and then discuss their similarities/differences.
At the time that your text was published, which country did not allow Deaf teachers to be employed by public schools?
At the time that the text was published, which country did not have interpreters available to allow Deaf children to attend programs for hearing students?
In 1969, this country recognized the right of free interpreting services for Deaf people.
When explaining rules, your tone depends on
Which of the following does NOT have the same ASL sign as the others?
Which of the following should not be shown using CL:4?
Which of the following does NOT have the same ASL sign as the others?
Smooth muscle is found in:
A person who is identified as a mesomorph
Risk factors for diseases include:
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Who was the leader of Iraq before the Persian Gulf War began?
Which of the following is NOT a reason for the Persian Gulf War?
What was the name of the first official military operation against Iraq in the Persian Gulf War?
Who was the general in charge during the Persian Gulf War?
Which is the main reason that Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait?
What did Saddam Hussein do once Operation Desert Storm had started?
How long did the Persian Gulf War last?
What political party was Saddam Hussein a member of?
What countries were allies of the United States during the Persian Gulf War?
Why did Saddam Hussein go to war with Iran before the Persian Gulf War?
What is the meaning of the word Olgiotrophic?
What is the meaning of the word Mesotrophic?
What is the meaning of the word Eutrophic?
What is the meaning of the word Eutrophication?
What does the Rivers and Harbors Act do?
What is the Clean Water Act?
What is the difference between an artificial levee and a natural levee?
What is the difference between point source pollution and nonpoint source pollution?
How do wetlands reduce erosion?
Which of the following is not a wetland animal?
What part of your body helps you smell?
What part of your body helps you touch?
What part of your body helps you see?
What part of your body do you taste with?
What helps you hear sounds?
What sense do you use if you use your nose?
What sense do you use if you use your hands?
What part of your body listens?
Where is your brain located in?
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