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Solve: 0.8 - 0.3 =
Which one is a Natural Number?
Which one is a Whole number
Which one is an integer?
Which one is irrational?
Which one is an integer?
Which one is irrational?
Which one is a natural number?
Which one is a Whole number?
Which one is irrational?
Which one is rational?
Newton's First Law deal with .
Objects in __________ remain in ___________ .
Objects at rest will .
What causes objects to change their motion?
If a rock tied to the end of a string is moving and the string breaks the rock will
Falling objects move faster and faster. This does not violate Newton's First Law because?
Newton's First Law is referred to as .
Inertia deals with .
_________ forces cause a change in motion.
When a car suddenly stops, you will move ___________.
What does GMAW stand for?
What does PPE stand for?
When should you wear your safety glasses?
What is a welper used for?
Who is responsible for safety?
GMAW is generally done with what polarity?
Inadequate gas flow will cause what defect in GMAW welding?
What type of power source is used in GMAW welding?
What does the "S" in ER-70S-6 mean?
What does the "70" in ER-70S-6 mean?
What is 3/4 + 2/5?
What is 5/8 - 3/8?
324 is divisible by which numbers?
512 is divisible by which numbers?
What is 4/9 + 2/9?
What is 4/7 + 1/2?
What is 7/9 - 2/9?
What is 6 1/3 + 2 2/3?
What is 5 4/7 - 1 3/7?
What is 4/5 + 2/5?
Melville Louis Kossuth Dewey was born on December 10, 1851. In what area of the country was he born?
What did Dewey consider to be 'the most essential book'?
At what age did Dewey receive his teaching certificate?
The inefficient cataloguing and shelving of books at what college library inspired Dewey to research the problem of library organization?
What was Dewey’s ultimate goal in creating his decimal organization system?
Who was the Superintendent of the St. Louis Public Schools whom Dewey consulted frequently while researching library organization methods?
The first edition of The Decimal Classification was published in the U.S. Bureau of Education’s report on Public Libraries in the United States of America in what year?
Into how many general classification categories is the Dewey decimal system divided?
In 1878, Dewey married Annie Godfrey. They met once a month to discuss which of the following?
Dewey believed that English should be written as it sounded and attempted to reform spelling in the U.S. Though it never stuck, which spelling of his name did he prefer?
What establishment prevented Dewey from keeping his preferred name spelling?
When Dewey was hired in 1883 at Columbia College, he convinced the board to allow him to open a library school. He was chastised for what aspect of the school?
Dewey’s desire to reform lead to which establishment and innovation?
In what year did Dewey transfer from the Columbia College Library to the New Your State Library?
Employees of Dewey's at the New York State office were required by Dewey to visit and check what preassigned area every day (if not multiple times a day) for notes and messages?
In the ongoing battle between Dewey and Mary Salome Cutler Fairchild as to which direction to take the New York State Library school, whose educational goals prevailed after 1904?
At the Lake Placid Club, a resort Dewey founded in 1895, you would not find which of the following things?
Dewey had one son, Godfrey. What major event did they plan together?
After the death of his first wife, Dewey married Emily McKay Beal. She was…
Melvil Dewey died on December 26, 1931. What headline tribute did the New York Post run on its editorial page?
Je ________________ contente.
Nous _____________________ des amis.
Paul ___________________ mon frère.
Coralie et Evelynne _____________________ mes sœurs.
Vous ______________________le père de Paul.
Tu _____________________ riche?
Elle _______________________ma mère.
Je _______________ une fille.
Marc et Michèle _______________ mes cousins.
Vous __________________ triste?
Formula: Stephanie and James wanted to go to the store.
Verb(s): Jenny would like to play in the park.
Formula: Tina baked and decorated the cake.
Subject(s): Papa John's has the best pizza in the world.
Verb(s): Tom does not like to play in the water.
Formula: Sarah and Tom wanted to play and eat at the park.
Prepositional Phrase: Tom wanted to run to the playground.
Subject(s): Tony could not see the road in the driving rain.
Verb(s): Tony could not see the road in the driving rain.
Prepositional Phrase: Tony could not see the road in the driving rain.
Formula: Tom and Penny wanted to run to the store, but Jenny and Cody wanted to drive.
The coordinating conjunction in the following sentence: Tony could not see the road, so he pulled the car over.
Formula: Tina baked the cake; Tom ate it.
Verb(s): The birds sang; the song was beautiful.
Subject(s): The gas station was going out of business, so we bought many things on clearance.
Coordination conjunction: Tom did not like baked beans, nor did he like kidney beans.
Verb(s): Jenny did not want to go to the store, nor did she want to stay home.
Formula: Tom could not clean his car, for he had too much homework.
Prepositional Phrase: Tom was tired, but Tina was ready for the game.
This sentences is a complete sentence: Penny was hungry, for pizza.
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What 2 continents seemed to have matching coastlines like jigsaw pieces?
What was the name of the plant fossil found on Pangaea?
What does Pangaea mean in Greek?
What 2 continents had matching mountains on them?
How much do the continents move each year?
It took 50 million years for the continents to separate and drift apart.
What was the lystrosaurus?
What country is the scientist that came up with continental drift from?
Which 2 continents had matching coal beds and diamonds found on them?
Alfred Wegener studied the fossils of the Mesosaurus.
What are traces of living things called?
What was found in Africa and South America that shows there was an ice age?
Which one of these is NOT a type of evidence that supports continental drift?
Which of the following navigation tools helped European sailors know how far they had sailed from the equator?
Someone who gives financial support to a person or cause
A person who buys and sells goods
An outbreak of a quickly spreading disease
The buying and selling of humans as property.
A settlement far from the country that rules it.
Which of the following navigation tools helped European sailors know which direction they were going?
Who started a Portuguese navigation school around 1419?
Which of the following explains why King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella agreed to fund Columbus’s voyage?
Which direction did Columbus sail in his attempt to reach Asia?
What did Columbus name the general area where he landed on his first voyage?
How long did Columbus sail before he reached land on his first voyage?
Which of the following was a reason Cortés took Moctezuma prisoner?
What did King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella want Columbus to trade for in Asia?
Which of the following items from the Columbian Exchange MOST helped the Native Americans?
What was the overall effect of the Columbian Exchange on most of the native people of North America?
How did mapmakers help European sailors improve their navigation?
Which explorer’s expedition was the first to circumnavigate the earth?
Which of the following statements BEST describes Prince Henry’s navigation school?
Though both Native Americans and enslaved Africans suffered in New Spain, which of the following conditions was NOT shared by both groups?
What is the lung pathway?
What pathway delivers blood to the upper/lower body and back to the heart?
What is the name of the thin upper chambers that receive blood returning to the heart through the veins.
What are the thick, musclular lower chambers of the heart that pump blood out of the heart to the arteires
The right and left half of the heart is separated by the
Which vessels take blood flow away from the heart?
Which vessels bring blood flow to the heart?
What is the name of the area between the lungs that includes the heart, trachea, esophagus, bronchi, and lymph nodes?
The heart is enclosed in a bag-like lining. What is the name of the lining that is close to the heart?
Why is the leftventricle of the heart thicker than the right side?
What is not a name for the valve between the right atrium and ventricle?
Which is not a name for the valve between the left and right ventricle?
Which is not a description of oxygenated blood flow?
Which is not a description of oxygen poor blood flow?
What is the name of the dark, ear-like flaps of tissue on the top of the heart? The flap is a small muscular flap attached to the atrium.
What is the name of the diagonal line of blood vessels that divide the heart; they are used to determine which side is the right or left .
Which side of the heart is more firm/muscular when squeezed?
What is the dorsal side of the heart?
The left side of the heart includes the pointed end. What is the name of the pointed end?
What is thename of the tendons that hold the heart's valves in place and are called heartstrings
To find the percent of a number, in step one you must...
What percent of 80 is 8?
24% of the 25 swim team members are new on the team. How many members are new?
Jerry's bill at the restaurant was $14.50. He wants to leave a 20% tip. What is the amount of the tip that he should leave?
A lamp costs $10. What is the total cost with a 5% sales tax?
A toolset costs $50. What is the selling price with a 10% markup?
What is 25% of 40?
Brian ate 75% of the carrots in his bag. If there were 12 carrots in the bag, how many carrots did Brian eat?
Melanie wants to leave her waitress a 25% tip. Her bill was 7.50. What is the total cost of Melanie's bill?
What is 112% of 50?
What did navigational advancements and discovery lead to?
Who were the first slaves in the New World?
Why did Europeans begin to bring Africans to the New World?
How did gunpowder help the Europeans in the New World?
What did the New World send to Europe during the Age of Exploration?
Plantation colonies were mainly used by which European Mother Country?
What is capitalism?
In a mercantilist economy, what happened to goods and materials that were traded?
When the Spanish brought Christianity to Asia, what did the Asian leaders do?
After the French and Indian War, who got the land as the outcome of the war?
How would you differentiate between an unlimited government and a limited government?
What was the cause of the Scientific Revolution?
What does the excommunication of Galileo show?
What did Galileo use to help prove the heliocentric theory?
Whose work with the laws of gravity and the laws of motion happened during the Scientific Revolution?
Rousseau's Enlightenment ideas would later influence what type of governments?
What caused the English Civil War?
What did the Glorious Revolution put an end to?
Wha is the purpose of a constitution?
What did the English Bill of Rights do?
Which word means characters that oppose heroes?
Which word means something in the mind?
Which word means parts of a longer series of events?
Which word means accepting something is true?
Which word means to give something special importance?
Which word means turned pages quickly?
Which word means especially hard to believe?
Which word means to officially start something?
Which word means the most remarkable achievement known?
Which word means to make bigger or more complex?
The belief that states have rights that the national government can't violate.
Which is NOT a part of the Missouri Compromise?
Which is NOT true of the Kansas-Nebraska Act?
Which states' right issue means to nullify or void a law?
Which is NOT true of the Compromise of 1850?
Slaves were property and had no constitutional rights was the ruling of which case?
According to the Georgia Platform, Georgia would not secede as long as the U.S. government upheld
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Formula: Jenny wanted pizza, and Bob had to buy it.
What is missing from this sentence: Jenny and Bob to walk quickly.
Infinitive: Jenny want to run to town, but Bob would not let her.
During the game, Tina and Jenny went to the store.
Formula: Jenny ran to town and bought a guitar.
Verb(s): Tony could climb the tree, or he could fly the kite.
Subject(s): Tom ran to Tina's house.
Verb(s): George will wash the car, but he does not want to today.
Formula: The cat stalked the bird, but the dog was stalking the cat!
When writing a sentences, the first step is to...
calabaza
calabazas
zapatos
camisa
libros
lechuga
leche
reloj
lapices
manzanas
Which of the following is a chemical property of a substance
Which item below is a sign of a chemical change?
Which type of change listed below results in new compounds being formed?
Salts are formed when which of the following react?
Which of the following physical properties does a base have?
Which of the following changes when water evaporates?
Which of the following is NOT a chemical property of an acid?
What is the formula for density?
The amount of mass in a given volume
Which is not an example of a chemical change
Los platanos son
La mujer es muy
Las muchachas son
Los muchachos son
La mujer es
Los zapatos son
La camisa es
Las manzanas son
Los tomates son
Las uvas son
Justin can complete 7 math problems in one minute. How many problems could he complete in 4 minutes?
Alexis used 54 pages to print 6 copies of her report. How many pages does each report have?
Craig has a twenty dollar bill. He buys six squirt guns for $2 each. How much money did Craig have left?
Patty and Carl went to the movies. Patty bought the two movie tickets for $7.35 each. Carl bought two buckets of popcorn at $5.60 each. How much more money did Patty spend than Car
Choose the correct operation:Jim baked sugar cookies and peanut butter cookies. He baked 8 sugar cookies and 3 times as many peanut butter cookies. What is the total number of cook
What is the next number in the pattern for numbers listed- 2,8,32,128, (X)
Which of the number patterns below follows the rule subtract 7 to get to the next number?
Basketball team scored a total of 108 points in the game. Joanne scored 1/2 of the points, and Renee scored 23 points. How many points did the rest of team score?
Three classes at School are planning a boat trip, there will be 20 students from each class, 24 adults. How many boats will be needed for the trip if each boat holds 10 people?
If we need to rent 10 boats, it will cost $35 to rent each boat used for the trip. How much will it cost to rent all the boats needed for the trip?
What is another name for emotional competence?
What are Nor Shafrin et al. three categorize emotion?
At what age does pubertal change occur for males?
At what age does pubertal change occur for females?
What is another name for nocturnal emissions?
Which category in Erikson's 8 Frames theory does experience fall under?
Which is not a definition of emotional competence according to the textbook?
True or False: Males are more prone to depressive states than are girls.
How does our textbook define emotion?
What where the three main topics that where covered that effect Emotional Development and Self Identity.
Where was Jesus born?
Who asked,
Whom did King Herod ask where the Christ was to be born?
What had a prophet written would out of Bethlehem?
What did Herod secretly learn from the Magi about the star in the east?
Who did Herod send to Bethlehem to make a careful search for the child?
What reason did Herod give for wanting the child to be found?
What did the Magi follow to the place where the child was?
Who presented gold, incense and myrrh to Jesus?
How were the Magi warned not to go back to Herod but rather to take another route?
1.What measures the amount of matter in an object:
Which instrument is used to measures mass:
What is the amount of space an object takes up:
The curved line on a graduated cylinder is
Which variable in an experiment is purposefully changed or manipulated :
What is the variable that responds to change and is the result of the experiment
The factors that remains the same in an experiment and have a fixed value:
To ensure the accuracy of their results scientists use:
9. The cell organelle that is a maze of clear tubular passageways the carry proteins from one part to another:
Which cellular structure is responsible for storing water:
Plant cells are unique because they have:
Euglenas are unique protist because they
Chloroplasts and cell walls are found in
Which instrument did 18 century scientist use to develop the cell theory:
Meiosis occurs in which animal cells:
Which cell organelle makes the protein for the cell:
Which cell organelle uses sunlight to make sugar from carbon dioxide and water:
Which cellular structure is responsible for storing food, water and wastes: .
What is the measurement of stuff in something
What is the metric measurement for length
What is Pi?
What is a circle?
What is a diameter?
What is a radius?
What is the circumference?
What is the formula for the circumference?
What is the formula for the area of a circle?
If you have a diameter of 2 what is circumference?
If you have a radius of 6 what is the area of a circle?
If you have a diameter of 4 what is the radius?
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Which fossil dating method uses stratified bands of rock (rock layers)?
Which fossil dating method requires observing the location in which the fossil was found
Which fossil dating method can provide a exact date for the age of the fossil?
Which fossil dating method requires modern technology?
Which fossil dating method compares fossil layers to an index fossil?
Which fossil dating method deals with an isotopes half-life?
Which fossil dating method gives an estimate of when the fossil was created?
Which is not another name for radiometric dating?
After every major extinction, new and extinct organisms produce hybrid offspring, creating a new species
The evolution of beak sizes in birds is a response to ow the birds use their beaks for the food available.
Homologous structures probably continued across successive generations because they were predestined in the species
After every major extinction, new species of organisms are able to reproduce and populate the earth
Life on earth has changed rapidly
Individuals can evolve.
Biological evolution is a change in __________________frequency.
Survival of the fittest is another way of describing
This type of dating is considered more reliable
Characteristics used in cladograms are called
Asexual reproduction with few mutations would most likely indicated the _________________ potential for evolutionary change in a population.
Which of the following substances must animal cells take in from the environment to maintain homeostasis?
Which method of material exchange uses up energy?
Which statement correctly tells why the cells of unicellular and multicellular organisms divide?
Plant cells use photosynthesis to make food. Plant cells also use cellular respiration to get energy from the food they make. How is cellular respiration different from photosynthesis?
Where does the exchange of materials in and out of a cell take place?
What is the result of homeostasis at the cellular level?
Homeostasis is necessary for a cell to survive. What is the definition of homeostasis?
In one type of cell division, a single cell forms two new cells. This process is called mitosis. What is a reason that human skin cells frequently undergo mitosis?
Organisms can respond to changes in their environment in order to maintain a balance, called homeostasis. What does a tree do to maintain homeostasis during the winter months?
Cells must be able to perform certain functions in order to survive. Which of the following must all cells do to survive?
Even when it is cold outside, the human body maintains an internal temperature of 37°C. Which term describe the maintenance of a stable internal condition?
The survival of a cell depends on the cell maintaining homeostasis. What is most likely to happen to a cell if homeostasis is not maintained?
What is mitosis?
Eukaryotic cells undergo mitosis as part of the cell cycle. What does a cell produce as a result of mitosis?
What are two distinct ways a organism can respond to changes in the environment?
Which of the following is an example of how homeostasis can cause an organism to change its behavior?
Everyone else at the party wanted garbage pizza but Tim because he detested vegetables. What is the meaning of detested?
Grandpa didn’t know that Suzie was coming along on the fishing trip, and now he had to alter his plans. What is the meaning of alter?
When Kiki got a tiny cut on her pinky finger, she got all melodramatic and began sobbing and demanding a doctor. What is the meaning of melodramatic?
As Tommy walked home with the money from the church he had stolen in his pocket, powerful feelings of remorse bubbled in his stomach. What is the meaning of remorse?
When the other moms heard about how Charlene had won the baking contest, her email box was flooded with inquiries for her award winning muffin recipe. What does inquiries mean?
The children were perched on the edge of the sofa arms, waiting to hop off and land on the next unlucky passerby. What is the meaning of perched?
Jeremiah joked around so much that when he told the others about the accident that had occurred, they didn’t believe that he was being earnest. What is the meaning of earnest?
Unlike Bob, who treated others rudely and kept to himself, Bobby was jovial, friendly, and outgoing. What is the meaning of jovial?
My grandma’s demeanor was such that people often thought she was being rude when she was just being honest. What is the meaning of demeanor?
The lady decided that it was tea time and so, by jingling a tiny silver bell, she beckoned her servants to attend. What is the meaning of beckoned?
With the field torn up by the players’ cleats, and the cold rain falling in waves, conditions on the playing field were dismal. What does dismal mean?
Lula would have attempted the walk home, had it not been for the immense mountain that stood between her and her destination. What does immense mean?
Suzie’s mother taught her to never let anyone degrade her, so now she demands respect in all of her relationships. What does degrade mean?
My mom wanted to get the red napkins for the party and my dad wanted the blue napkins, but I’m not even concerned about such frivolous things. What is the meaning of frivolous?
If we use the red napkins, my mom will be happy but my dad will be discontent. What is the meaning of discontent?
The dogs were so hungry that they would have killed one another for a morsel of meat. What is the meaning of morsel?
Alice finally threw the withering roses away when a dead petal fell into her cereal bowl. What does withering mean?
Few were impressed by Kirstin’s presentation, “How to Walk and Chew Gum at the Same Time,” even though Kirstin was able to simultaneously walk and chew gum. What is the meaning of simultaneously mean?
As Kevin remembered the promise he made earlier, he reluctantly agreed to help Jennie move her stuff into her new apartment. What does reluctantly mean?
It is difficult to sustain a smile when your whole world is falling apart. What does sustain mean?
What is the meaning of - all eyes on me?
What is the meaning of - she screamed at the top of her lungs?
What is the meaning of - give it a shot?
What does it mean to slip your mind?
Identify the idiom: She gets a kick out of watching cartoons.
Identify the idiom: I saw Sam at the store, and he gave me the cold shoulder.
Identify the idiom: Mia is the type of friend who stays with you through thick and thin.
What is the meaning of - see eye to eye?
What is the meaning of - from scratch
What is the meaning of - sweet tooth?
What is the meaning of - once in a blue moon?
What is the meaning of - rise and shine?
What is the meaning of - under your breath?
What is the meaning of - spruce up?
Which idiom means to be in a bad situation
Which idiom means - move quickly
What is the meaning of - game changer?
What is the meaning of - pulling your leg?
What is the meaning of - ball is in her court?
What is the meaning of - diamond in the rough?
A small cell that has no nucleus or organelles
A larger cell that has a nucleus and organelles
The central region of the cell, which contains the DNA and controls the cell.
The cell's liquid -- it gives the cell its shape and contains salts and sugars.
Which of the following correctly lists the organelles involved in protein production, from first to last? * HINT: remember your Protein Making Machine...? *
The ribosomes ________ proteins.
The rough ER ______ proteins.
The Golgi apparatus __________ proteins.
The vesicles __________ proteins.
The ____ __________ is found in all cells. It is flexible and semi-permeable -- that means it regulates what substances can enter and exit the cell.
The ____ _____ is only found in plants cells. It is rigid (stiff), and it CAN'T regulate what substances get to enter and exit the cell.
Having a HIGHER concentration than the other side of the cell membrane is called _________.
Having a LOWER concentration than the other side of the cell membrane is called _________.
Having a concentration EQUAL to the other side of the cell membrane is called _________.
________ is the movement of WATER across a cell membrane.
_____________ is the movement of molecules from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration.
Surprise! I threw dirt in your swimming pool (you're welcome)! I made a _________, because the dirt will _____ fully dissolve in the water.
I'm making Kool-Aid! Who's thirsty??? Kool-Aid is a __________ because the drink mix and the sugar will _______ dissolve in the water.
What is the name of the scientist that came up with the theory of continental drift?
What is the name of the fresh-water animal fossil found on Pangaea?
Most scientists support continental drift.
In what year did Wegener come up with his theory?
Rocks in Europe matched rocks found in Africa.
How long ago did Pangaea exist?
What does drift mean?
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The savanna is a _______________________ that has a lot of rainfall during some seasons and very little rainfall in others.
The two main kinds of grasslands are termperate grasslands and ________________.
A grassland is a biome made up mainly of grasses, small flowering plants, and a __________ trees..
You are in Africa. It is summer and dried grass covers the ground. Zebra are being preyed upon by hyenas. You are likely in the ______________ biome.
The savanna grasses can live for many months without water because of their long tap ______________.
______________________ is an abiotic factor.
_______________ is a biotic factor of the environment.
The grasses have _____________that discourage animals from grazing on them: some grasses are too bitter for some animals, but are tasty to others, to eat.
The savanna is home to the _____________ animals.
In ______________, you will find the East African savannas covered with acacia trees; and the Serengeti Plains of Tanzania with animals like lions, zebras, elephants, and giraffes.
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
When making a graph what goes on the IV?
When making a graph what goes on the DV?
The volumen of a fish tank would be measured in ____.
In class we did the lab where we filled the glass, yet we were able to add more water to the container. What broke when the water dripped over the side?
In an experiment to test the effect of exercise on the number of times a clothespin can be squeezed in 1 minutes, the dependent variable would be the
A laboratory procedure calls for heating 50 milliliters of a liquid sugar solution to 60°C. Which piece of laboratory equipment will not be needed?
When a substance dissolves into water we know it is _____.
The measurement of the force of gravity on an object is the object's
The measurement of how much matter an object contains is its
The metric unit for mass is the
Which would NOT be a reason for people to migrate to new areas?
Hunters and gathers were probably able to survive for thousands of years because they had ______________.
Paleolithic people were _____________________.
Neolithic people were ________________.
Mesopotamia means _______________________________.
Sumerians use mud bricks to build _____________________.
Which of the following was NOT an advantage of the domestication of plants and animals?
What is a shadoof?
On what continent are the Indus and Huang He rivers located?
Hinduism is ______________________________.
fretful
intently
atttitudes
wriggling
devoured
greedily
refreshed
munched
venture
deny
x^2 - 3x - 28
n^2 + 9n
x^2 - 6x + 5
5a^2 + 30a - 80
a^2 - 3a - 4
n^2 - 13n + 36
x^2 - 6x + 8
5n^2 - 100n + 500
4x^2 - 64x + 240
x^2 + 5x - 36
When outer layers of rocks peel away from changes in outside temperature
When a rock breaks into small pieces because water gets into cracks and expands and freezes
When water dissolves minerals in rocks making them weaker
Oxygen mixes with other elements to weaken rocks ( iron + oxygen)
When wind or water moves small particles that hit and break down rough rocks
When acids chemically break down rocks, caused by living organisms on the rock
Plant acid (humus), water, and oxygen are all agents of ___________
Water will _____________ when it freezes, causes rocks to break apart
Chemical weathering occurs ___________ when there is more surface area
The darkest and richest soils are found in the ___________
Which of the following documents cannot be created using the Microsoft® Word® application?
Which of the following is not an appropriate use of word processing software?
_____ are graphical representations that provide a command to the computer.
The _____displays the name of the document in use.
The _____ provide(s) shortcuts to commonly used elements.
Which element is located on the top left of the Word screen?
Contextual scroll bars show groupings of word-processing tasks that can be performed.
Which key combination will move the user to the beginning of the document?
A user can easily move to the end of a document by pressing the _____ key combination.
You can easily view the ruler on a document by selecting the Show Ruler button located _____.
Which layer is older?
Tilting or folding of rocks is known as what principle?
If magma moves across existing layers, this is what principle?
What method is used to determine the exact age of rock?
If a fossil was found in rock layer E, which is older E or fossil? Which principle
If you start with 100 grams of a sample and there are 25 grams left 10 minutes later, what is the half life?
Which is an example of erosion
Weathering and Erosoin happens to which rocks?
frost wedging is an example of ____________
If a layer of rock between E and K is not smooth, what is the cause?
Which of the following documents cannot be created using the Microsoft® Word® application?
To save a revised document as the original name and in the original file location, a user should select _____.
To create a new blank document, the user should _____.
A shortcut key combination to save a file is _____.
To delete text to the left of the cursor, press the _____ key.
To create a new folder, users can select the New Folder button from _____.
The _____ button will remove the last change that was made to a document.
Dragging the Zoom slider to the right will _____.
Where are Undo and Redo buttons typically located?
Use the _____________ key to move to the end of a line.
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Which of the following sentences follows Spanish grammar
Whic of the following words is a VERB?
Which of the following words is an adjective?
Order the words properly: el pelo/verde/tiene/Carol
Order the words properly: los brazos/verdes/le duelen/A Sr. Ross
Order the words properly: tengo/Yo/grises/los ojos
Order the words properly: Yo/las pienas/tengo/largas
In Spanish adjectives follow the nouns they describe.
In Spanish numbers follow the nouns they describe.
gray hair
Which of the following is not a Covenant God made with His People in the Old Testament?
What is Mortal Sin?
What are Venial Sins?
What are Sins of Omission?
Which of the follwing is NOT one of the 3 things Morality is based on?
Which of the following is not one of the 3 elements of a Mortal Action?
What type of Prayer fo we pray in the behalf of OTHERS?
What type of Prayer so we Thank God for what he has done for us?
What type of Prayer so we ask God for help for SELF?
What type of Prayer do we give glory to God because He deserves it?
What type of Prayer do we ask for forgiveness from God?
What is an example of the Allegorical Sense?
What is an example of the Literal Sense?
What is an example of the AnagogicalSense?
What is an example of the Moral Sense?
Which Gospel Writer addressed a Jewish audience and showed Jesus is the fulfillment of the Old Testament stories?
Which Gospel writer stressed the announcement of God's Kingdom; disciples gradually come to know Jesus?
Which Gospel writer focused on the practical and ordinary things so people would be open to Jesus' message of salvation in their own lives?
Which Gospel writer focused in spiritual things; Jesus answers many questions?
Before the Enlightenment, what was the primary source of knowledge for all people?
Which is these is NOT a main steps of the Scientific Method?
Who put forth the Heliocentric Theory?
What happened after Galileo faced the Roman Inquisition?
This philosopher believed that people were naturally greedy and must be controlled by a strong government (such as an absolute monarch).
This philosopher believed that power should be divided amongst leaders.
Believed that people were born with natural rights that could not be taken away by government
Wrote the encyclopaedia
Says that the Earth is the center of the universe
Writers of the Enlightenment were primarily interested in
John Locke and Jean Jacques Rousseau would be most likely to support
During the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment, one similarity in the work of many scientists and philosophers was that they
The writers and philosophers of the Enlightenment believed the government decisions should be based on
Which of the following is known for discovering that the orbits of the planets were elliptical, not circular?
Which of the following was the only absolute despot (monarch) who wholeheartedly embraced the ideas and reforms of the Enlightenment. (The ruler failed by implementing reform to quickly)
A new way for viewing the natural world – based on observation and inquiry.
Developed Empirism (the experimental method) you must draw conclusions from experiments.
Considered the Anti Enlightenment
Which of the following did NOT help spread the enlightenment ideas?
Which of the following is NOT a baroque composer?
There is a relationship between breathing and cellular respiration. Breathing involves taking in oxygen and releasing carbon dioxide. How does the oxygen affect the process of CR?
What form of energy is stored in food?
How do organisms get the energy they need?
What is the food that plants produce during photosynthesis?
What do animals do with the carbon dioxide produced in their cells during cellular respiration?
Green plants produce their own food during photosynthesis. Which of these statements about photosynthesis is true?
Plants make their own food during photosynthesis. In what group do plants belong?
What happens to glucose inside a cell during cellular respiration?
What does a cell use to break down glucose during cellular respiration?
Which of the following is an example of a producer?
Who tried to answer what causes populations to change over time
Who said: If you work out and bulk up, your children will have increased muscle mass as well.
Who said: Zebras with muscular legs outrun their predators better than those with poor muscle tone and live to reproduce
Natural Selection
Survival of the fittest
Acquired Characteristics
Traits are passed from parents to offspring
Evolution occurs by natural selection
Organisms have changed because they wanted to survive
Fruit without seeds, albinism, and dimples are all part of this evidence for evolution
The species changed in each successive rock layer. Is an example of this evidence for evolution
Horse ancestors had a smaller body and shorter legs. What evidence might scientist have used to come to that conclusion that horses have changed over time.
Studying how organisms develop would be used in this evidence of evolution
This evidence of evolution is the most reliable way to determine evolutionary relationships
A change in allele frequency over successive generations is called
Extinctions are usually caused by:
A common antibiotic is no longer able to destroy a bacteria. What is the result of the evolution that has occurred?
Individuals in a population best adapted to the environment pass on their traits to their offpring
The process in which a new species is formed
The forelimb of the human, cat, whale, and bat are similar because of a common ancestor and are called
Members of the political faction favoring extreme change were called
King Louis XVI left Versailles for Paris when his palace was surrounded by
Before the revolution, members of the Third Estate had
Which of the following groups was NOT exempt from the French taille (primary tax)?
The attack on a Paris prison by enraged citizens was called
Which of the following led to the French Revolution?
Name one of the two countries who were willing to go to war with France to help Louis regan his power?
The group that was given extraordinary powers to protect France from outside invasion was known as
Which of the following describes the ultimate fate of Robespierre
Which of the following contributed to the French Revolution
The Third Estate rebelled and declared themselves the
European rulers denounced the French Revolution because
Which European county was Napoleon unable to conquer?
What was the result of Napoleon's invasion of Russia (the Russian campaign)?
Which of the following was the chief goal of the Congress of Vienna?
Why did the Congress of Vienna redraw the bounderies of some European countries?
The person MOST responsible for the accomplishments of the Congress of Vienna was
The accomplishments of the Congress of Vienna included all of the following EXCEPT
All of the following were goals stated in the slogan of the Revolution EXCEPT
Napoleon accomplished all of the following EXCEPT
Which fossil dating method uses carbon 14 isotopes?
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Red states mostly vote for--
Blue states mostly vote for--
Election Day is--
What is the Electoral College Map?
What are Electoral College Votes?
How many Electoral Votes does a candidate need to win the Presidential election?
When is Inauguration Day?
Who is the Republican Candidate for President?
Who is the Democratic Candidate for President?
How old do you have to be to vote?
Indicator
Diffusion
Osmosis
Homeostasis balance
Passive transport
Active transport
Selectively permeable
Hypotonic solution
Isotonic solution
Hypertonic solution
Which device does NOT measure wind?
Which device measures wind direction and points away from the wind?
Which device measures wind direction and points into the wind?
Which device measures wind speed?
The Beaufort Scale is used to describe what?
A machine that can be powered by a wind turbine is a ________________?
A machines that put the wind to work.
A system of 50 or more wind turbines working together.
Moves from areas of high pressure to areas of low pressure.
A _________________ can catch wind coming from any direction.
two living things helping each other
an area of the ocean that doesn't get any sunlight
a living organism that makes its own food
a group of living organisms that have common characteristics
plants are plentiful in this ocean zone
eat dead and decaying plants and animals
the body structure of an organism
only dim light and no plants growing
eat living plants and animals
the arrangement of plants and animals into groups
Which of the following statements is false about magma?
Plates move due to....
What is Pangea?
Subduction causes all of the following except
We, in the United States are located on which plate?
The word Volcano comes from ...
Which of these ARE NOT a part of a Volcano
What is the order in which Magma explodes out of a Vocano?
True or False, there are only two (2) types of Volcanoes.
Where are "hot spots" located
What two muscles close the mandible?
This muscle moves your head from side to side and forward
These muscles are located laterally on the trunk and flex the vertebral column
This muscle extends and laterally rotates the thigh
These muscles flex at knee and extend at hip
These muscles dorsiflex and plantar flex the foot
This muscle extends the arm at the elbow
What order do these muscles contract if you turn your hand palm inferior, then superior?
This muscle flexes at the knee and laterally rotates the thigh (allows you to sit cross-legged)
These muscles extend at the knee, and flex at the hip
The shawnee lived in what kind of houses?
What group of indians were from the Upper Great Lakes
What activity did the Wyndot group celebrate
What group traded Food and Furs mostly.
Where were the Wyndot originally from?
What is the religious leader that healed sick people with the hopewell tribe.
What was the first group of people to move to ohio country 15,000 years ago?
Which group did not farm much but did more gathering for food.
Which activitity was the Mingo people known for?
People used animal skins to make what?
Which of the following is NOT a way to conserve soil?
All _____________ contain energy that was once stored in cells of living things.
The greatest cause of soil loss is erosion by ________________.
The wise use of earth's resources is ________________.
The following are layers of Earth except _____________.
Minerals obtain many useful metals from ___________.
Earth's ________________ cannot be replaced in a short time.
The loose material that covers much of Earth's surface is ________.
When you warm a house with energy from the sun, you are using __________.
Fresh water and trees are examples of ______________.
Puritan men promised to live by the rules of the church when they signed a(n)
England put _____________, or people who owed money, in prison.
The Dutch and English worked in __________ to help the Middle Colonies prosper.
King Charles gave Carolina land to __________ who owned and controlled the colony.
Some colonists grew __________, a plant that produces a blue dye.
Anne Hutchinson left Massachusetts because she ____________________.
What did William Penn give to Pennsylvania colonists?
Why did John Culpeper lead a revolt in Albemarle County?
Why was the colony of Maryland founded?
Which was the last of the 13 English colonies to be settled?
If you owned land in a colony, you would be called a __________
If you allow people to have beliefs different from your own, you __________ the differences.
If you were talking about a plant that produces a blue dye, you might be referring to __________
__________occurs when two or more groups work together
If you owed money to another person, you would be a __________
A special promise or agreement between a person and God is called a __________
If you were part of a group of people who joined together for a common cause, you might be a part of a __________
Which was the last of the 13 English colonies to be settled?
Why did John Culpeper lead a revolt in Albemarle County?
Anne Hutchinson left Massachusetts because she __________.
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The name of the lymphatic vessels that carry the lymph into the lymph nodes is
The two types of lymphocytes are the ______.
Which of the following is NOT a lymphoid organ?
The name of any foreign body that is capable of provoking an immune response is a(n)
When the B cells become immunocompetent they travel to the ____ where they remain until activated by an antigen.
What are the two passive means of acquiring antibodies?
What are the two natural means of obtaining antibodies?
The region of the brain that controls the body's temperature is the ___.
The macrophages are a part of the ____ lines of defense.
The types of lymphocytes that are responsible for creation of antibodies are the ___ cells.
What is the correct definition of copyright?
Who is protected by copyright rules?
What protection do authors and artists get from copyright rules?
How long does copyright usually last?
What is intellectual property?
What is a formal term for a work made by manipulating another work, such as an image?
Why is it best not to use images found in standard online searches, regardless of copyright status?
Why does copyright protect creators even if the work isn't published?
What three elements are usually in a copyright notice?
Where in Adobe Bridge can you read an embedded copyright?
What does public domain mean?
What are two legal altemate sources for finding images online?
What does the doctrine of fair use mean?
Which Creative Commons license is best for images used in your client projects?
What could happen if you use a copyrighted image in a client project?
Is the following scenario a good candidate for fair use?
Which of the following scenarios is a good candidate for fair use?
What makes the doctrine of fair use a complex exception to copyright rules?
Why is the Creative Commons by license perfect for designers?
What is your best option if you are ever in doubt about your rights to use a particular image?
Which word means to ban or forbid something
The word with a meaning of something helpful and useful
The meaning of this word is something only meant to serve for a short time
This word means acting against the authorities
If you express an opinion against something
To formally cancel something is to
The meaning of this word is to be in the middle of something
This word means skills or situations that favor you
Something that goes before something else is the meaning of which word
The meaning of this word is to go against the majority, to be stubborn
Why did Catholics immigrate to the Maryland Colony?
Which principle of democracy does the 10th amendment fall under?
Who did the Continental Congress of the Colonies appoint General of the Revolution?
Which event caused the federal government to be restructured (they made it again)?
A result of being human was that we were created equal with certain unalienable rights. Which is not a right?
Settlers and Immigrants were connected by the National Road for business opportunities. Which of the following did the Road promote?
The Mayflower Compact created by the Pilgrims was
Which of the following was not a reason the American colonists created their own form of representative institutions?
The Virginia Plan and the New Jersey Plan were combined by...
What problem did George Washington have when he became president?
Which one of the following rights does a person accused with a crime not have?
Which amendment gives you the right to a trial by jury?
Why did the Proclamation of 1763 upset the colonists? (teenagers)
What was the result of Puritans coming to the New World?
Which of the following is not a Person of Prayer?
What does Baptism do?
How did Jesus teach about the connection between happiness and holiness?
As Jesus’ followers, we have a mission to spread what?
What happened after the Pentecost?
What did Saint Augustine write about?
Which of the following is not a form of Agnostic Religion
Which of the follwong people is not a person who started the Agnostic Faith?
Who was the first leader of the Church?
What event occurred that seperated the Church from the Jewish Religion and Christianity became distinctively different from Judaism?
What is the Church teaching about human dignity?
What is the Old Testament about?
What is the New Testmanet about?
¿Cómo se dice HAS en español?
¿Cómo se dice I HAVE en español?
¿Cómo se dice IS en español?
¿Cómo se dice I AM en español?
Which of the following sentences follows Spanish grammar rules?
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According to the Periodic Law
Each column on the periodic table is called
Elements to the left of the zigzag line are
Mendeleev arranged the elements according to
The horizontal rows in the periodic table are called
What is necessary for substances to burn?
Transition metals are
What element makes up about 20% of the air we breathe?
How do the physical and chemical properties of the elements change?
How many of the recently discovered elements follow periodic law?
What is the equipment used to measure volume of a 4 sided object
What is the unit used to measure density
What is the formula for density
What is the density of an object with a mass of 20g and a volume of 10mL
What piece of equipment is used to measure mass
What is the metric unit of mass
Which word means how much something floats
If 3 liquids of different densitys were poured into the same container which would be on top
Which piece of equipment is used to measure liquid volume
If an object has a density of 1.2 g/cm3, what will happen to it when it is put in water
Cactus Hill in southeastern Virginia provided evidence that humans lived about 15000 years ago-
Which of the following groups lived in the interior section of the United States called the Great Plains and roamed the dry grasslands?
Indians who lived in Arctic areas where the temperature is below freezing much of the year were the-
In which geographical region would American Indians have found grasslands and grazing buffalo?
Which of the following terms best describes the typical lifestyle of American Indians in the past?
American Indians were able to meet their basic needs because of their-
American Indians used canoes, bows, and spears to produce goods or make other goods. These items are
The Pueblo lived in adobe houses. What did the Pueblo do for food?
Which American Indians lived in tepees?
Which American Indians lived in the eastern woodlands?
If 55g of silver has a volume of 5.2cm3, what is its density?
the mass of a piece of lead is 35g and it has a density of 11.3g/cm3. What is its volume?
The volume of a piece of copper is 35cm3 and its density is 8.9 g/cm3. What is its mass?
What is the formula for density?
If you were to cut an object in half, what would happen to the object's density
The amount of matter an object has is called its
The amount of space an object takes up is called its
If an object has a density of .8 g/mL, what will happen if it is put in water
If an object is floating, then its density could be
The metric unit of length is the
A protractor is used to.....
The purpose of this lab was to.....
A 180 degree angle is
Which angle 90deg, 50deg, or 180deg did you expect to show the highest temperature
What, in the real world, did the light represent in the lab?
What did, in the real world, the thermometers represent?
Do all planets have Seasons?
A 45 degree angle would be....
One of these is NOT a factor in creating or determining weather
True or False Climate and weather are generally the same thing.
The cell wall....
Chloroplast aids in....
Where are proteins made?
Which organelle(s) are found in the plant cell and not the animal cell.
Cells are small because
What do all cells have?
The cell membrane decides what comes in and goes out of the cell.
Where in the cell is energy produced?
Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes differ how?
The jelly-like structure that holds most organelles is...
A substances state of matter is a
____________ are 2 or more atoms joined together
Atoms are held together by strong attractions called __________
Anything that has mass and takes up space is
__________ are the small particles that make up matter
Which of the following is not a particle of an atom?
Which is a mixture?
How would you separate a mixture of iron fillings and sawdust?
A substance whose smallest unit is made of atoms of more than 1 element bonded together is a
Apple juice is an example of a
Francisco Coronado claimed land for Spain known as-
The English explorer who explored eastern Canada was-
The French explorer who explored the Mississippi River Valley was-
Poor Maps and navigational tools, disease, and fear of the unknown were all-
It is most likely that English settlers learned which of the following from American Indians?
"We believe that land is to be shared or used but not owned." This statement was most likely made by who?
Which country explored West Africa?
What are three empires that ruled in West Africa
Gold, God, and Glory were all what for explorers?
Which American Indian group lived in igloos?
Volume is a measure of
Mass is a measure of
the volume of a regular solid is calculated by
the volume of an irregular solid is calculated by
density is
A solid has a mass of 180 grams and a volume of 30 cubic centimeters. What is its density?
has a mass of 20 grams and a volume of 40 cubic centimeters. What is its density?
A regular solid has the dimensions 4 cm x 8 cm x 2 cm. What is it's volume
An irregular solid was immersed in 40 mL of water in a graduated cylinder. After the solid was added, the graduated cylinder read 50 mL.
A solid has a mass of 40 grams and a volume of 5 cubic centimeters. Will it sink in water?
Cutting paper is an example of a
Which of the following is a chemical change?
During a _____________ change atoms are rearranged
The law of conservation of ______ states that the total amount of matter is the same before and after a change
Every chemical or physical change in matter includes a change in
Energy is the
__________ is a measure of energy of moving particles
Thermal energy flows from
Melting ice is a(n)
The reaction between sodium and water (sodium explodes) is a(n)
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Alfred Dreyfus was a French army officer who was unjustly accused of
Americans used the term Manifest Destiny to justify
Before the passage of the Reform Bill of 1832, the percentage of the British population that had voting rights was about
Before the reform act of 1832, who were the only British citizens who could vote?
Canada received the right to control its own domestic affairs when it
During the early 1900s, _____ was the British woman who formed the Women's Social and Political Union.
How did California and much of the Southwest become part of the United States?
How did the democratic reforms in Great Britain change the government?
How might the French government of the late 1800s and early 1900s be characterized?
In 1836, Texas fought for its independence from
What did The People's Charter of 1838 petition for?
What does the phrase manifest destiny mean?
What effect did the major inventions of the 19th-century have on people's lives in industrialized nations?
What event provoked the secession of the Southern states from the United States?
What form of government did France adopt in 1875?
What impact did the Civil War have on the postwar American economy?
What policy or action led to the Trail of Tears?
What promise by Abraham Lincoln frightened Southern states into seceding?
What was Captain Alfred Dreyfus accused of in the Dreyfus affair?
Which of the following influenced the formation of Upper and Lower Canada?
The part of the plant cell responsible for producing food is called:
What are the 7 levels of classification in order from largest to smallest:
Euglena are unicellular Eukaryotes. They belong to which Kingdom:
The scientist that developed the two part naming system of species was:
Which of the following would best show if organisms are most closely related
How many minutes make up 1 hour:
Chloroplasts are organelles in the cells of plants. Chloroplasts
Which of the following Kingdoms do not have Eukaryotes:
Which of the following is NOT a Kingdom of living things:
Which Kingdom has organisms that are mobile, heterotrophic and have bilateral symmetry:
The Venus Fly-Trap is best described as belonging to which Kingdom:
What is an example of Pull factors?
What was the reason for the settlement for Jamestown?
What religious group believed in equality and religious toleration to people having influence in local government?
In what year were enslaved Africans brought to Jamestown?
What colonial region had climate available resources and geography supported widespread plantation agriculture of tobacco, rice, indigo, and cotton
Which country found the first sea route to the Far East?
What is the Mayflower Compact?
The southern Colonies (Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia) had...
What were the French reasons for the colonization of america?
What is the significance of Roger Williams?
There are ___________ different categories that types fits into.
There are ____ points in an inch of type.
________________ is the art and process of arranging type on a page.
Typography is the art and process of arranging type on a page.
Neutral colors are
The primary colors are
Using RGB values, how is black created?
CMYK value ranges can be between what two numbers?
Using RGB values, how is yellow created? Open up Photoshop and try each color options and choose the correct one.
A triad color scheme is formed using
The secondary colors are
CMYK stands for
Complementary colors are
Tertiary colors are created by
________ is a sophisticated image-editing application you can use to create, edit, and enhance images.
An __________________ _____________________ manages all of the hardware and software on a computer. Without it, the computer would be useless.
No matter which view you're in, you can preview a file by pressing the ______________________ on your keyboard. This is known as Quick Look. It works with most common file types, but not all of them.
Remove any unwanted items from the Dock by dragging them onto the ______________________.
Two of the most useful features in OS X are the Dock and Launchpad.
The ___________ houses shortcuts to your favorite apps, files, and folders, as well as the Trash. You can customize the it by reorganizing it, adding or deleting items, and changing settings.
You can delete an item by clicking and dragging the file or folder onto the Trash icon on the Dock.
Open _______________ by clicking the this icon on the left side of the Dock. You'll use this whenever you want to navigate to a file or folder.
Opens __________________ by clicking the this icon on the Dock.
The _______________ is located at the top of the screen. It is always visible except for when you're running a full-screen app. It's options on will vary depending on which app you're currently using.
On the left side of the menu bar is the ________________ icon, which you can use to access your System Preferences, recent documents, and more. You'll also use this icon to shut down or restart your computer.
This alignment is used usually seen in magazines and newspapers.
This alignment is used for short amounts of text; it is most commonly seen on flyers.
This alignment is most commonly used and is the easiest to read.
____________________________ are modified versions of a typeface. Examples would be italic, bold, condensed and extended.
Type is measured in:
Kerning is the vertical space between lines of type on a page.
__________ is space between letters.
The San Serif fonts are the ones that have those little ears and feet at the end of each letter.
The __________________ fonts are the ones that have those little ears and feet at the end of each letter.
I play soccer
I can play volleyball
the shoes cost a lot of money
It rains
I remember
At what time are you returning ?
They return soon
We can play cards
David can't play
I return on Friday
Which of the following represents .07 as a percent
What is 40% of 20?
Andrea was gifted a jewelry set with 32 pieces of jewelry. If she has lost 25% of the jewelry, how many pieces did she lose?
Which of the following is the ratio '42 to 144' as a percent and a decimal?
Sara spends 40% of her day sleeping, 10% of her day doing homework, 30% of her day at school and 5% of her day reading. What percent of her day is left for free time?
Sara spends 40% of her day sleeping, 10% of her day doing homework, 30% of her day at school and 5% of her day reading. How many hours of her day is free time?
Mrs. Claus gave 9% of her elves cookies before they left the North Pole. If there were 162 elves, how many received a cookie?
Daria scored 80% on a 40 question test. How many questions did she miss?
Which of the following is 375% as a fraction in simplest form?
The fastest speed for a runner is 25 miles per hour. This is 20% of the fastest speed for a snow skier. What is the record speed for snow skiing?
What is the name of the proteins secreted by a virus infected cell, these proteins protect healthy neighboring cells from infection?
What is the name of the proteins that bind to and create a pore in a foreign body's cell membrane?
The two lymphoid organs associated with the MALT are the
What are the small blind-ended vessels that pick up leaked lymph from the blood capillaries called?
The name of the duct that collects lymph from the upper half of the right side of the body is known as the
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The Word application does not allow users to undo multiple actions at one time.
_____show groupings of word processing tasks that can be performed.
Which of the following is NOT an appropriate use of word processing software?
Which element is located along the top of the Word screen?
The Undo button located in the Quick Access Toolbar will _____.
Select the method that will allow a user to save a file as a new file type.
The print command is available in the _____ tab.
To open an existing Word document, a user should select _____ .
The first time you save a document, the computer will default to _____ so you can select your file type
Where can users create a new folder to organize documents?
_____ are electronic files that can be saved and modified with word processing software.
Which of the following documents can NOT be created using Microsoft® Word®?
Which of the following is NOT an appropriate use of word processing software?
Which Word element can be used to shrink or enlarge the on-screen view of a Word document?
The ribbon tab provides command for the most commonly used elements in the Word application.
Documents are graphical representations that provide a command to the computer.
Which key combination will move the user to the beginning of the line?
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