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The vertical scroll bar allows you to _____.
Entering text at any location by double clicking the mouse is considered _____.
The Print command is available in the Home tab since it is a commonly used element.
Which of these is not a characteristic of living things?
Food, water, air, and a place to live are....
What is an example of your bodies attemp at maintaining homeostasis?
Asexual reproduction has how many parents?
The passing of genetic traits is called.....
What is involved in most chemical reactions in metabolism?
How does growth differ from development?
Cells are approximately ___% water?
What controls the structure and function of all cells?
What is made of amino acids and builds and repairs strcutures?
What is the most abundant salt in the ocean?
Ocean water is a mixture of which 2 things?
More nutrients are found in the deep zone. Why?
What force causes waves?
Currents are caused by which 2 factors?
Name a long distance surface current that carries warm water from Florida up the East Coast.
A current that cuts open a sand bar and forces water straight out in to the ocean is called:
El Nino can cause the following to occur.
Upwelling is:
Barrier Islands are:
Necessities of life do not include:
Most chemical reactions in metabolism involve
Most living things use _________ to release chemical energy from food.
___________ make their own food using energy from their surroundings
__________ eat other organisms for food
Which consumer eats both producers and other consumers
An example of a carnivore is a
Proteins are made up of
hair is a
Nucleic acids are __________ molecules
What molecules can get through the cell membrane directly?
____________ allow small particles in and out of the cell
Diffusion is the movement of particles across a membrane from a ____ concentration to a ____ concentration
Which is not a form of passive transport
__________ is the movement of small particles across a membrane with the use of energy
If red blood cells are placed in a solution of salt water, the water concentration outside the cell will be___ and water will leave the cell
Large particles come into the cell through ___________
Large particles leave the cell through
Energy is needed to move particles from an area of _____ concentration to an area of ____ concentration
The cell membrane is made of
Energy is made in
Nearly all of the energy that fuels life comes from
The process of using sunlight, carbon dioxide and water to make food is called
Chloroplasts
Animal cells get their food through
_____________ is the process by which cells break down food to make energy.
What does breathing do?
In yeast fermentation produces _______, while in bacteria fermentation produces_______.
Cellular respiration is also called
Cellular respiration is like burning fuel in that
An atom of fluorine has nine electrons. Its second energy level has _________ electrons.
Which is the negatively charged particle located outside the nucleus of an atom?
Which particle in the nucleus of an atom has a neutral charge?
If an atom has 7 electrons, how many are located in the second energy level?
In the periodic table of the elements, elements in Group 1 have how many outer electrons?
One isotope of carbon differs from another in which way?
Which is the best description of activation energy?
Which cannot take place during a chemical reaction?
What principle can be applied to all chemical reactions?
How many different kinds of atoms does an element contain?
________ are the building blocks of matter.
The center of the atom that contains protons and neutrons is called the _______.
Positively charged particles that are located in the nucleus are ________.
Negatively charged particles that are located outside the nucleus are ________.
A substance that cannot be broken down into other substances is a(n) _______.
Carbon-14 is a(n) _______ because it has a different number of neutrons that other carbon atoms.
A(n) _______ forms when two or more elements combine.
The chemical bond that holds the elements together when electrons are shared is a(n) ________.
An atom that has lost or gained one or more electrons becomes a(n) ________, which carries an electric charge.
Two oppositely charged atoms (due to gaining or losing electrons) can form an electrical attraction called a(n) _________.
Minimum amount of energy needed for reactants to form products in a chemical reaction
Location where a substrate binds on an enzyme
Substances that lowers the activation energy needed to start a chemical reaction
Process by which atoms or groups of atoms in substances are reorganized into different substances
Protein that speeds up a chemical reaction in a biological process
Substance formed during a chemical reaction
Starting substance in a chemical reaction
Reactant that binds to an enzyme
Number in front of a reactant or a product in a chemical equation
Substance that cannot be broken down into other substances
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Juanita spent 3/4 of her allowance at the mall. Of the money spent at the mall, 1/2 was spent on new earphones. What part of her allowance did Juanita spend on earphones?
Mr. Lash has 42 pounds of dog food to divde among his dogs. If each dog receives 7/8 pound of food for feeding, how many times can Mr. Lash feed his animals?
Mrs. Mills has 3/5 of a pizza left after lunch. She wants to divide the leftover pizza into 8 equal servings. What fraction of the original pard does each serving represent?
Toby bought 8/9 pound of mixed candy from the grocery store. He wants to divide the candy into 2/9 pound bags. How many bags can Toby make?
During a chemical change a __________ occurs and new molecules are formed.
Which of the following could indicate that a chemical reaction took place?
Which of the following is an example of a chemical change?
If the chemical properties of a substance remain unchanged and the appearance or shape of the substance changes it is called a
Which of the following is considered a physical change?
Iron and sulfur change and form a partially magnetic black and yellow mixture.
Dry Ice (solid carbon dioxide - CO2) is sublimated at room temperature to a CO2 vapor.
Zinc when immersed in Hydrocholoric Acid produces hydrogen gas.
What is not a possible sign of a chemical change?
An odor being given off can indicate a __________.
During a chemical change, a substance __________.
When does a physical change occur?
Generally, which type of change is most easily reversed?
Which of the following would most likely cause matter to chemically change?
A scientist places 10 mL of water in a test tube and heats the liquid over a Bunsen burner for 2 minutes. The liquid boils and escapes as steam. This experiment is a good example of
Which is not an example of a physical property?
Which type of property describes the potential to undergo a chemical change?
Which of the following is an example of a chemical property of a substance?
Which of the following is not a physical property of sugar?
Venom of the box jellyfish is very toxic to humans. Toxicity of the venom is a __________ property.
The purpose of tort law is to provide remedies when legally protected interests have been invaded.
Tortfeasor is the term for a person who commits a tort.
To commit an intentional tort, one person must intend to harm a certain other person.
Self-defense is a defense to a charge of assault.
False imprisonment can be a tort if confinement or restraint is unjustified.
An act that causes indignity is sufficient to recover for the infliction of emotional distress.
An oral defamatory statement must be communicated to a third party to be actionable.
An individual's right to privacy includes the exclusive use of his or her likeness.
An unauthorized scan of a bank account can be an invasion of privacy.
An unauthorized search is not an invasion of privacy.
Bona fide competitive behavior can constitute wrongful interference with a contractual relationship.
Conversion cannot occur when a person mistakenly believes that he or she is entitled to the goods.
There are no state statutes regulating the use of spam.
Boris pushes Cordelia. She falls and breaks her arm. Boris is liable for the injury.
Deleon trespasses on Capital Corporation's property. Through the use of reasonable force, Capital's security guard Brenda detains Deleon until the police arrive. Capital is most likely liable for
Jaqy distributes a handbill among her neighbors accusing one of them; Ked; of being a convicted sex offender. The statement is defamatory only if
Great Tans, Inc., uses in its radio ads, a recording by Holly, who owns the rights, without paying for the use. Over time, the song comes to be associated with Great Tans. In Holly's suit against Great Tans, the firm is most likely liable for
From a computer in a distant location, Sergio searches Tia's personal computer without her permission. Sergio is most likely liable for
Kai files a suit against Lana based on one of Lana's statements that Kai alleges is fraudulent. To give rise to fraud, the statement must be one of
Clem, a Delite Dairy salesperson, follows Edna, a salesperson for Festive Foods, a Delite competitor, as Edna visits stores to make sales. Clem solicits each of Edna's customers. Clem is most likely liable for
Joy invites Ken into her apartment. Ken commits trespass to land if he
Jane enters onto Sam's property to help someone in danger. If Sam charges Jane with trespass to land, Jane has
Quin, a clerk at PC Computer Store, takes a computer from the store without PC's permission. Quin is liable for conversion
Ian steals a business law textbook from Jules. Kris, who does not know that the book is stolen, buys it from Ian. Kris has committed.
In a newspaper ad, Select Used Motors falsely accuses Top Value Vehicles, a competitor, of selling stolen cars. Top Value's sales decrease. Select has most likely committed.
Oakley posts a defamatory remark about Pierre in roominate, an online social network maintained by SocNet Inc., an Internet service provider. Most likely to be held liable for the remark is
Who wrote The Crucible?
The Crucible was written as an historical drama to reflect which event?
Who was the ringleader of the young girls?
What was the name of the Reverend?
This play was based on what event in history?
An everlasting funeral marches around your heart. This is an example of:
What weighty work we do. This is an example of:
I will fall like an ocean on the court! This is an example of:
John Proctor forgets the commandment, Thou shall not commit adultery. This is an example of:
She raises up her chin like the daughter of a prince. This is an example of:
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What does the first E in BEEF stand for?
What does the second E in BEEF stand for?
What does the F in BEEF stand for?
What is the correct way to shoot a layup from the right side?
What is the correct way to shoot a layup from the left side?
What is the skill that allows a player to advance the ball up the court by themselves?
What part of the hand should you use to dribble?
What is the proper way to complete a chest pass?
Where should you bounce the ball and hit your target when completing a bounce pass?
What number corresponds to the point guard position?
What number corresponds to the shooting guard position?
What number corresponds to the small forward position?
What number corresponds to the power forward position?
What number corresponds to the center position?
What is the term for the offensive stance where a player can dribble, pass, or shoot?
Where does most of your power come from when shooting a three point jump shot?
What type of defense requires every player to guard a specific player on the opposing team?
Which is not a type of zone defense?
What is the best way to beat a zone defense?
How was most of the territory west of Texas obtained by the United States?
In the Gadsden Purchase, the United States purchased land from
Most Protestants opposed the idea of home rule in
Queen Victoria was forced to
The British colony originally set up as a penal colony was
The Catholic Emancipation Act of 1829 affected the rights of Roman Catholics who lived in
The Chartist movement pressed for all of the following EXCEPT
The first country to give full voting rights to women was
The Great Famine was a time of widespread starvation in Ireland caused by the destruction of
The people known as the Maori are
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Diese Person kommt aus Albi im Südwesten Frankreichs.
Er / sie hat morgen Geburtstag.
Dieser Mensch schreibt Geschichten.
Er / sie arbeitet im Kaufhof.
Dieser Mensch kommt aus Polen.
Diese Person unterrichtet an einem Gymnasium in Trier.
Er/ sie hat eine Kamera gekauft.
Diese Person arbeitet mit Computern.
Dieser Mensch lebt schon immer in Trier.
Er ist der Mann von Frau Schwarz.
Which of the following should be printed to assist the speaker in remembering key points that are not included in the slide show?
What is it called when the main points in a presentation enter a slide from the top, bottom, left, right, appear suddenly, or when the mouse is clicked?
What does it mean when you have animations and transitions in your presentations?
What effect is being used when one slide moves off the screen and is replaced by another slide during a presentation?
What kind of space on a slide is used to emphasize content?
What controls the flow of information on a slide?
What feature allows a presentation to run automatically and repeat?
Which slide layout is used to introduce the audience to the presentation?
What should be used in a presentation to emphasize each item in a list?
A presentation is prepared to display the lyrics of the National Anthem during the Fayetteville Swamp Dogs' opening game. Which method of delivery is NOT appropriate?
How do minerals get inside geodes?
_______________ is the process in which atoms are arranged to form a material with a crystal structure
Minerals form from
__________ is molten material that is on the Earth's surface
_______ cooling of magma/lava leads to the formation of ______ crystals
Evaporation of minerals in ___________ forms _______ ground
What is not a step in crystallization of minerals from hot water solutions
Which of the following is incorrect?
A ___________ is a mixture in which one substance is dissolved in another
A __________ is a slab or channel of mineral that is different from the surrounding rock
_________ are hard, colorful minerals that have a brilliant or glassy luster
Metals are useful because they can be stretched into wire, flattened into sheets, and hammered or molded___________
Quartz is a mineral found in
Which of the following is not a step in producing metals from minerals?
Geologists can map the size and shape of an _______ deposit containing ________ iron or nickel
What type of mine would be used to get to minerals close to Earth's surface
Which is not a step in the smelting process?
______ is a solid mixture of 2 or more elements, one of which is a metal
A rock containing a desired mineral must be _______ to extract the metal
Which type of mine is made by digging a tremendous hole?
Rock forming minerals are
Rocks can be
_________ rock forms when magma hardened ________ Earth's surface
What are the 4 steps involved in forming sedimentary rock?
Deposition is
Erosion is
The rock _______ ______ a beginning and an end
What product does not occur in the rock cycle?
What process does not occur in the rock cycle?
What type of rock might form at the bottom of a valley
Density is equal to:
Mass = 10 grams and Volume = 5 ml, what is this objects density?
The correct explanation of why ice floats is that, compared to liquid water, solid ice
The density of a block of wood with a volume of 50 cubic cm and a mass of 100 grams is...
In the density column activity we did in lab, the density of the syrup was...
In the coke/diet coke lab, why did the coke sink?
Which of the following is NOT an example of a density column?
What two measurements do you need to calculate density?
A pebble has a mass of 35 grams and a volume of 14 ml. What is its density?
Which of the following is a correct label for density
45.88g to kg
1.56 L to mL
3000m to km
900 cm to m
488 cm to m
3500 mL to L
35mm to cm
8.2 cm to mm
3 kg to g
0.35 km to mm
Air Pollution
Acid Rain
Where is acid rain a major concern?
Where is air pollution a major concern?
What is literacy rate?
What is the standard of living?
What is diverse?
Europe is ____________ because it has many languages and religions
What does contaminated mean?
People in Ukraine were ___________________ by the radiation and became sick.
What is fallout?
What is nuclear power?
In April 1986, a nuclear reactor exploded at the
What is smog?
Which country has acid rain?
If most of the country can read and write, the country has a high___________.
Which country has air pollution from cars?
Which word means varied?
Which word means unclean?
Where did the nuclear power plant explode?
Jamika is creating a newsletter & wants to ensure that textboxes, images & other objects are aligned throughout the newsletter pages. Which DTP tool can she use to accomplish this?
Darius printed a sample copy of her class brochure to make sure everything was placed correctly and make sure there were no errors. This is an example of a/an:
When a student name appears below a picture in a school newspaper it is an example of a/an:
When a statement is placed just above a heading to get the reader's attention the design feature is called:
When the author's name is placed just below the headline of the article he/she wrote the heading or subheading is called?
When a statement is placed just above a heading to get the reader's attention the design feature used is called?
Which image editing technique would be used to touch up a photograph that needs to replace blemished areas with a clear area?
You are creating a collage of friends using individual pictures. Which editing feature should be used to complete this school project?
What technique would be used to add a logo and signature to a photograph without interfering with the picture?
The same footer format and logo will print on everypage of the school newspaper. Which document design is BEST to accomplish this?
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WHat is Perserverance?
What is Evangelization?
What is Catholic?
What is Dignity?
What is Discipleship?
What is your conscience?
What is the Kingdom of God?
What is Morality?
What is Natural Law?
What is a Sin?
Who is a Philosopher?
What is Atheism?
What is Agnosticism?
Who is a Theologian?
What is Prayer?
What is Sacred Tradition?
What is Faith?
Who is an Evangelist?
What is the Fourth Gospel?
WHat is the Book of Signs?
What is a Miracle?
What is Sacred Scripture?
What is an Inspiration of the Bible?
What is Canon of Scripture?
What is Oral Tradition?
What is Salvation?
What are the Literary Genres?
What is a Covenant?
What is Deposit of Faith?
What is Solidarity?
What is a Pilgrimage?
What is Sactifying Grace?
What is Intellect?
What is Free Will?
The six OSHA-specified hazard areas are _____________, chemical, noise, fire, light, and ergonomics.
The lowest temperature at which a solvent will give off vapors that will support combustion is referred to as its _____________.
_____________ of any kind should never be allowed in the lab or classroom.
Four types of personal protective equipment are:
A fire consisting of ordinary combustible materials (clothing, wood, and paper) is a Class-_________ fire.
This safety color code indicates: Warning/Physical hazards can result in injury, storage for flammable materials, operator zones.
Put the following procedures in the correct order: (A) administer first aid. (B) make accurate notes (C) reassure injured person. (D) report all accidents (E) turn off power.
Flammable rags should be disposed at in the ____________.
______________ allows ALL power to machinery and small appliances to be turned off when the lab or facility is not in use.
What are tiny droplets that make up a spray, fog, or mist of ink, created as rotating press rollers throw tiny droplets of ink into the air. Also called ink flying.
Which answer is correct when lifting a heavy object.
What is an organic compound that significantly participates in photo-chemical reactions and is released as hazardous emissions; an organic compound that will eventually vaporize (evaporate) and react with the atmosphere an sunlight to create smog and
If a chemical splashes onto a persons' hand, the person is in danger of allowing chemicals to enter his body through:
If a shop needs 172 pounds of black ink and it has 46, how many more pounds of black ink would the shop need?
On a HMIS label, if the chemical's health rating is 3 it means?
Which of the following personal protection equipment is commonly used in the printing industry?
What is the main safety feature of the offset press?
To an employee, what is the purpose of the Materials Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)?
When making adjustments, lubricating or removing paper jams from the press, one should:
A print shop owner received $8438.64 in December, and paid out $5121.32 in January. How much profit did the shop make?
The space between the edge of the paper and the beginning of the text
when doing a mail merge, address block, first name, and last name are all examples of ...
to apply borders to text, you would use which tab?
This type of break allows you to apply different formatting to different parts of your document
this tab allows you to create a works cited page, insert citations, and create footnotes and endnotes
this tab allows you to create envelopes and do a mail merge
breaks can be found under which tab?
the word count is located in the...
how many different types of sources are listed in the create source dialog box?
mla, chicago, and Harvard are all examples of what? These are located in the references tab.
these are found at the bottom of a page in a document. They can be used to give more information
this type of page break inserts a new section and begins the new section on the same page
to change your text to appear as columns you would use this tab
an enlarged capital letter that drops below the first line of body text in the paragraph
an object such as a document property or field you can insert from a gallery. Building blocks are an example of this
the purpose of a mail merge is to...
why is it significant that the Bible was originally written on materials like parchment and vellum?
verses were added to the bible before Christ
The Bible was written by people who actually saw Jesus with their own eyes
which was NOTa specific prophecy that Jesus fulfilled?
The Bible was written by many different types of people, including shepherds, tax collectors, and doctors
Catholic doctrine has not changed over the years
what is the Catholic belief that the eucharist (bread and wine) turns into the actual body and blood of Jesus when consumed?
the Bible was the second book ever translated
the Bible was written in 3 different languages
be prepared to give an explanation of why the Catholic faith is anti - Biblical
be prepared, using specific examples from our notes, to explain why we can trust our Bible. I will grade tough on this, no generic answers! Be specific
6.8 x 2.3 =
Alicia bought 3.8 of cashews for $15.58. How much was the cost per pound?
The dance committee has 1,036 flowers. They want to divide the flowers evenly among 28 centerpieces. How many flowers will be in each centerpiece?
Alison bought one T-shirt for $10.20 and another T-shirt for $18.90. What is the total amount she spent?
Tristan had 95 inches of ribbon. He cut off 27.50 inches. How many inches of ribbon remain?
What is the value of 6.729 + 16. 38 ?
What is the difference of 62.98 and 2.976 ?
Find the quotient of 75.42 and 0.1 .
--answer to a subtraction problem
Keira is buying items for her kitchen. The store sells a mixing bowl for $12.95, a spatula for $8.37, and measuring cups for $9.99. What is the total cost for these items?
15 x 1/6 =
5/8 x 8/9 = Write product in simplest form.
10 divided by 1/6
6 3/4 divided by 2 1/4
Renee spent 1/8 of the day landscaping around the house. She spent 1/2 of that time pulling weeds. What fraction of the day did Renee spend pulling weeds?
Natasha spent 1/4 of a day cleaning the kitchen. She spent 1/3 of that time washing dishes. What fraction of the day did she spend washing dishes?
What is the reciprocal of 6 3/5 ?
Rick has 1/2 of a footlong sub sandwich left from yesterday. He ate 1/3 of the leftover sandwich as a snack. What fraction of the entire sandwich did he eat as a snack?
Katie used 1/2 of her beads to make a necklace. She used 2/5 of the remaining beads to make a bracelet. What fraction of the total beads did she use to make a bracelet?
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What is the atomic number of magnesium?
How many electrons does fluorine have?
How many neutrons does carbon-50 have?
What is the mass number of sulfur?
What is the mass number of aluminum-100?
How many protons does krypton have?
How many neutrons does calcium have?
What is the atomic mass of nickel?
How many protons does arsenic-100 have?
How many electrons does iron have?
A student throws a water balloon at a friend. If an unbalanced force does not act on the balloon, the balloon....
When students are playing tug-of-war, why does one team usually pull the rope out of the other team's hand?
Which statement best describes a condition that would move a car forward on the road?
If a coyote runs 42 meters in 6 seconds, what is its average speed?
Which of the following best represents potential energy?
Which statement describes why a ball changes direction when it is hit with a bat?
As a boulder rolls down the side of a mountain:
When an object is in motion, it is changing which of the following?
If a person wants to know the speed of an object, what information could be used?
What happens to the potential energy of a roller coaster car as it climbs to the top of a hill?
Which of the following is not biodegradable?
What is the dangerous liquid associated with landfills.
Which item below does not minimize the impact on landfills?
Where does municipal waste come from?
Which of the following is associated with landfills?
Which is an example of source reduction?
Which is not in advantage for buying organic?
Which should not be placed into a compost?
Which is not an advantage of eating non-organic food?
Which of the following is not part of a landfill?
What force slows a box sliding across the floor?
Which of the following would describe the motion of an object accelerating?
A rocket taking off is an example of which Newton's Law?
If you push against a wall with a force of 20 N, what is the force the wall exerts back on you?
An elephant has trouble changing direction quickly because of its mass. It is easy for a mouse to change direction because it is much smaller. Which of Newton's laws explains?
If a car travels 5012 miles in 12 hours, what is the average speed of the car?
If you are sitting in a chair, are the forces balanced or unbalanced?
An ubalanced force to the left will accelerate an object in which direction?
A box with a weight of 500 N is placed on a table that can support only 450 N. Are the forces balanced?
A basketball will not move in a straight line because of which force?
The Articles of Confederation were important MAINLY because they;
Originally, Abraham Baldwin favored representation in the Senate based on population. What led Baldwin to change his mind to favoring equal representation?
Under the Articles of Confederation, the writers created a unicameral legislature. The BEST definition of unicameral legislature is;
Why did the authors of the Articles of Confederation want a federal government with little power?
Under the Articles of Confederation, which branch was not included?
The Georgia Constitution of 1777 included three branches of government. How was the executive branch chosen?
Under the Georgia Constitution of 1777, how long was the term of the governor?
The first governor chosen to govern Georgia was;
The Georgia signers of the U.S. Constitution were;
At the Constitutional Convention, the Great Compromise fixed what problem?
Which of the following is an example of exploitation of indigenous people?
Due to Social Darwinism, Europeans believed
Which is an example of how imperial powers used westernization (spreading their beliefs) to force the people in traditional societies to change their lifestyles?
During the nineteenth century, European powers pursued a policy of imperialism in many global regions. What was an important effect of European imperialism in Africa?
What was the effect of European conquest of Africa from the African perspective?
What caused the Opium War?
What event is depicted by the image below?
What effect did the importation of mass-produced European goods have on colonial economies?
The political consequences of imperialism included:
What was the attitude of the Japanese toward America’s Commodore Perry sailing into Tokyo Bay in 1853, opening Japan to western trade?
Where does DIAMOND LAND take place?
Based on the story DIAMOND LAND, you can tell that Ayize is...
What is the most important event in the story?
Which of the following events happens first?
The overall message of this story is...
The word RURAL means...
The word CONFLICT means...
The word BIAS means...
To make a verb past tense you often add...
What color of diamonds did Nkosi have in his cap?
The setting of a story is...
The setting for the story could be...
The characters in a story are...
The characters in a story could be...
The plot of the story is...
Part of the plot is called the conflict. That is...
A conflict in a story could be...
The problem in a story is also called....
The theme of a story is...
The author's message is also called...
Northwestern GA; Dalton and Ellijay; has various ridges and valleys
Which natural boundary separates the Piedmont from the Coastal Plain?
Which region of Georgia is home to East Hall Middle School?
Which airport, located in Atlanta, is one of the busiest in the world?
Which two hemispheres is most of the U.S. located in?
I-85, I-75, and I-20 are examples of:
Which river forms a natural boundary between Georgia and South Carolina?
Which region of the U.S. is Georgia located in?
Red clay and foothills; Atlanta; most populous region of Georgia
Which swamp, which is located in South Georgia, is the largest one in the United States?
Which mountain range covers the northern portion of Georgia?
Largest region; much agriculture; flat; wetlands
Georgia's major ports are located in Brunswick and:
Which river begins in the Blue Ridge region, flows to the Gulf of Mexico, and provides a natural boundary between Georgia and Alabama?
Northwestern corner of GA; limestone caves; flat-topped mountains; Chickamauga Battlefield
In modern Georgia, what are railroads most often used for?
Which continent is home to most of the United States of America?
Highest mountains in GA; receives high amounts of precipitation; cooler than other regions
Which physical feature of Georgia is located on the coast, brings in many tourists each year, and preserves the state's coastline from erosion?
Which type of climate is found in Georgia?
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MLK, Jr. believed that non-violence was _______ to equality.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
The Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938
The 'A' in the Red Cross AID recommendation stands for...
Labor unions organize and bargain for the rights of
The Food Guide Pyramid can help you
A law that protects the rights of people with conditions such as blindness is the
You can reap the benefits of exercising a minimum of
One of the most effective ways to deal with stress is to
any unwelcome behavior of a sexual nature
laws that guarantee financial help to workers injured on the job
the lowest hourly wage an employer can legally pay a worker
the substances in food that the body needs to produce energy and stay healthy
applies to charges brought by the government against a person or business
requiring much sitting
unequal treatment based on such factors as race, religion, nationality, gender, age, or appearance
a guideline created by the US Dept. of Health and Human Services to aid with proper nutrition
applies to conflicts between private parties, concerning rights and obligations
what to administer in an emergency before help arrives
a government plan to provide access to jobs for people who have suffered discrimination in the past
a physical or psychological need for a substance
Employers must provide safety drills for events such as _________________________________________.
Stress is the body’s natural reaction to ________________________________________________.
Employees may receive __________________________________________________, instead of overtime pay for working more than 40 hours per week.
One relaxation technique for coping with stress is __________________________________________.
A(n) _____________________________________________ works for better wages, benefits, and working conditions for workers.
_____________________________________________________ are health factors that you can control in your life.
When labor unions negotiate with employers on behalf of workers, they are engaging in ________________________________________________________________.
It is illegal for an employer to deny employment on the basis of ___________________________________ _______________________________________.
Greek city-states were very isolated (separated from others) because...
An area of land surrounded by water on three sides is called a...
An area of land with a higher elevation than the land surrounding it is called a ...
An area of land surrounded by water on all sides is called a...
Why did the Greeks start colonies and trade with other cultures?
Style of government where power is in the hands of a few wealthy people
Style of government where power is in the hands of one person who got his or her power by force
Style of government where power is in the hands of all citizens who show their power by voting.
Style of government where power is in the hands of one person, usually a king, who gets his power by family.
Which two sides fought against each other in the Persian War?
What event started the Persian War?
Pick the city-state: Only educated boys
Pick the city-state: Educated both boys and girls
Pick the city-state: Culture was focused on simplicity and strength
Pick the city-state: Located on an inland plain
Pick the city-state: Primarily used trade to get the resources it needed
Pick the city-state: Religion was polythesitic
Pick the city-state: Located along the coastline
Pick the city-state: Culture was focused on art and architecture
Pick the city-state: Primarily used farming to get resources
When graphing data, the independent variable always goes:
When graphing data, the dependent variable always goes:
All living things are made of:
All living things are based on a universal _________ code.
All living things obtain and use __________ and materials.
All living things maintain an internal balance called:
Each atom has three major types of sub-atomic particles. The positive (+) particles are called:
Each atom has three major types of sub-atomic particles. The negative (-) particles are called:
Each atom has three major types of sub-atomic particles. The neutral (n) particles are called:
Kool-Aid drink is a ________ because the drink mix and the sugar completely dissolve in the water.
Dirt and water is a _________ because the dirt never fully dissolves in the water.
We discussed four major types of macromolecules. _________ are the main sources of energy for humans.
We discussed four major types of macromolecules. ______ are involved in every single process in the cell and body.
We discussed four major types of macromolecules. _____ are used for long-term energy and to make cell membranes.
We discussed four major types of macromolecules. _____ ______ are the instructions for making all of our proteins (examples: DNA RNA)
a nutrient that is part of many living and nonliving things on Earth.
living things that eat OTHER living things for food.
substances that living things need to survive and grow.
an environment and everything that lives in it.
a group of similar living things that can reproduce.
a nutrient, symbol C, that helps living things grow
foods made of carbon, oxygen, and hydrogen atoms.
living things made of just one cell.
living things that make their own food.
living things that break down dead material for food.
Rocks that are produced when magma or lava cools and hardens are called ____.
The word metamorphic means ____.
Broken pieces of what types of rock are deposited into layers and cemented together to form sedimentary rock?
Which can occur in the rock cycle?
Which statement best describes how rocks are classified as igneous, sedimentary, or metamorphic?
The inner core of Earth is ____.
The largest layer of Earth's interior is the ____.
The order of Earth's layers starting from the surface:
Plates move because of ____ ________ in the Earth's mantle.
Sliding plates cause ____.
Metamorphic rocks are the result of
The process of the break down and transport of rocks
A type of rock made from pieces of other rocks, dissolved minerals, or plant and animal matter that collect to form rock layers. (p. 269)
Natural mechanical or chemical process that causes rocks to change by breaking them down and causing them to crumble. (p. 316)
The youngest rocks on the ocean floor are located ____.
The thinnest layer of Earth's is the _________.
What evidence proved that South America, Africa, India, and Australia were once covered by glaciers?
A large fracture in rock along which movement occurs. (p. 293)
An area in the Pacific where volcanoes and earthquakes are common plate boundaries.
When solid fragments of inorganic or organic material that come from the weathering of rock are carried and deposited by wind, water, or ice.
What is your soul?
What is Holiness?
What is Actual Grace?
Who are the Laity?
What are the Beatitudes?
What is a Missionary?
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A large tropical storm that has very high winds and heavy rainfall
The sudden movement of rock and soil down the side of a hill
Mountain formed as a result of heat and pressure inside earth
The process of moving earth materials from one location to another
The rapid downward movement of earth materials due to gravity
Forms when rivers slow down and deposit sediment at the mouth
The process of putting earth materials in a new place
A giant wave that is caused by an earthquake
Any physical feature on the surface of the Earth
The process of earth materials being broken by physical and chemical means
Solve for X: - 4x - 8 + 7x = - 41
Solve for X: 7x - 9 = - 4x - 42
Solve for x: 3 - 7x - x = - 13
Solve for X: 7( - 6 - 3x) = - 273
Solve for X: 6x - 6 = - 3x + 84
Solve: -√800
Solve: √2420
Solve: 5 √27
Solve: 3 √40
Reverse the process: Un simplify the simplified radical: 3 √2
Heterogenous mixture of two liquids that will separate after standing due to different densities
homogenous mixture in which particles are dispersed throughout but are not heavy enough to settle out
heterogenous mixture in which particles are dispersed throughout a liquid or gas, but are large enough that they settle out
mixture composed of two or more substances that are distributed evenly among each other
measure of the amount of solute dissoved in a solvent
process in wich particles of substances separate and spread evenly throughout a mixture
combination of two or more elements that are NOT chemically combined
Which does not describe a method to separate mixtures?
Which is NOT an example of a suspension?
Which is NOT an example of a colloid?
The ability to float
a measure of mass compared to volume
A measure of the pull of gravity on an object
Which prefix means small?
How long something is
What prefix means large?
Which prefix means two?
Which of the following means skin?
Anything that takes up space
Which prefix means many?
How do you extinguish an underground coal mine fire?
Returning area to its original condition is called
Which type of mining destroys largest area of habitat?
Which type of mining is associated with subsidence?
Which does not result from urban crisis?
Which of the following is not a result of deforestation?
Which of the following does not relate to land use?
How can individuals exert the greatest influence on environmental issues?
Which of the following is an example of a hazardous waste?
Which of the following is an advantage of bottled water?
what is the state capital? (Illinois)
What is 3x4?
A interview,, challenge or opportunity?
Cyber-bullying, Challenge or opportunity?
What is the difference of 5 and 4?
false information, challenge or opportunity?
job interview, challenge opportunities?
what is 9x9?
what do the 50 stars stand for on the american flag?
what is 15 times 15?
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How does the title help you understand the story?
Is this a good article to get accurate information?
What is true about the facts given in this article?
Do you think this article was fair for the blacks and Hispanics and whites to murder each other for no reason?
what did the man do incorrectly that News Reporters are not suppose to do?
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Which of the following is a correct science label for length?
Which of the following is a correct science label for volume of a regular shaped object?
Which tool would you use to measure mass?
If you wanted a very precise (exact) measurement of liquid volume, which tool would be best to use?
If you were given the following information, what would the correct volume be? 2cm x 4 cm x 8 cm
Which two tools would you use to measure mass?
What is a science label for mass?
Which of the following is not a label for length?
Which of the following is bigger than a meter?
What does the suffix -meter mean?
Characteristics passed down to you from your parents
Chromosomes carry __________, which are the message units of heredity.
Characteristics influenced by environment.
Genes are made of a chemical called _________, which carries codes for hereditary traits.
Which trait can NOT be learned or influenced by environment?
Which triat can be influenced by the environment?
Which trait comes from genes and cannot be influenced by environment?
Which trait could be inherited but also could be influenced by environment?
Which triat can NOT be influenced by environment?
Which trait on a plant could NOT be influenced by environment
What are Earth's largest land areas?
How is a globe different from a map?
What term refers to the southern half of Earth?
Which of these towns is most likely to have a hot and wet climate?
How does water affect Earth in a slow physical process?
What is true about ecosystems?
National parks, such as the Chickasaw National Recreation Area in Oklahoma, help preserve nature so that it can be enjoyed in the future. What does preserve mean in the sentence?
Which is an example of a renewable resource?
Which natural resources can be used as fuel?
What is a continent?
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What is Self-Control?
What is a Boundary?
What are Goal(s)?
What is a short-term goal?
What is a long term-goal?
Which one of these is a good way to make wise decisions?
Which one of these is a good way to make wise decisions?
Why are boundaries important?
Why are boundaries important?
What is an example of the difference between a mistake and a sin?
How many points in football is a field goal worth?
Which one of these is not one of the 7 steps for success?
In Volleyball, how many points do you need to score in order to win a game?
In Volleyball, how many points must you win by to win?
In basketball, the five positions are:
In Football, how many points is a touchdown worth?
Which one of these is one of the steps for success?
Which one of these is one of the steps for success?
Which one of these is not one of the 7 steps for success?
Allan observes the weather one afternoon. He concludes that thunderstorms are likely. Which observation best supports his conclusion?
Which pair of processes helps recharge aquifers?
How does weather differ from climate?
Which of these tools does a meteorologist use to describe the weather?
Clouds are categorized by their shape and their elevation. Which list shows cloud type in order from lowest to highest in the sky?
Why do some balls of hail have layers?
A warm air mass meets and rises above a cold air mass. What kind of weather is most likely to occur?
The following are descriptions of diagrams showing the formations of air masses over different areas. Which air mass contains warm, moist air?
Which symbol indicates a warm front?
Evan watches the weather report on the news. The announcer states that an air mass formed over a tropical ocean is moving into the area where Evan lives. Which type of weather can Evan expect?
What climate zone is Miami located, based on steady temperatures, from January to December, that range between 20 degrees celsius to 30 degrees celsius?
Over long periods of time, the climate of an area can change. Which of these can cause a change in climate?
The people of a city rely on runoff flowing into a lake to meet their water needs. They are concerned that there is less water in the lake this year than in the previous year. How can they collect data to test if their concerns?
Water is constantly returning to the atmosphere from Earth's surface. Where on Earth does most evaporation take place?
Plates slide past each other at _______________ boundaries.
The Glomar Challenger is famous for_______________.
The name of Wegener's super continent
Plates move apart at______________boundaries
The hypothesis that continents have slowly moved to their current locations_______
The result of the Indo-Australian plate colliding with the Eurasian plate.
Plates of the lithosphere float on the______________.
The crust and upper mantle make up Earth's_________________.
The youngest rocks on the ocean floor are located _______________________.
When two plates move together____________________ boundary.
Fossil plant that helps support the theory of continental drift.
What drives continental movement?
_______________________ is an example of a transform boundary
Two oceanic plates colliding will create_________________.
Theory of Plate Tectonics
Theory of Sea Floor Spreading
Theory of Plate Tectonincs
What belief(s) did Roger Williams have that got him kicked out of the Puritan Massachusetts Bay colony?
What did Roger Williams do once he got kicked out of the Massachusetts Bay colony?
What did Anne Hutchinson do to tick off the Puritans?
How did Anne Hutchinson die?
What are some misconceptions (wrong ideas) about Africa that our lesson about Mansa Musa disproved?
Which innovation that was originally made in China but helped Europeans spread ideas in the Age of Exploration?
Which Native American civilization was a big empire?
What kind of government did the Inuit have
In which civilization did women have different but equal powers as men?
Which group did the Black Death make more powerful?
Why were the Europeans explorers so desperate to get to China and India?
How were the Italians and Arabs getting in the way of European traders before the Age of Exploration?
Name at least two dangers European explorers faced in their travels around the world.
Name at least two new technologies that enabled Europeans to be more successful explorers in the 1400s and early 1500s than they would have been in previous centuries.
Why was it easier for crops, animals, and ideas to spread across Europe and Asia than up and down the Americas?
Why were the Native Americans so much more vulnerable to European diseases than vice versa?
Name some foods we eat in America that came from Europe or Asia.
Name plants or animals from the Americas that spread around the world.
Why primarily did European colonists move to Massachusetts?
Why primarily did European colonists move to New York?
Why did European colonists move to Virginia?
Why was Maryland founded?
Why was Rhode Island founded?
Why was Pennsylvania founded?
What did kids have to do if they messed up or did not know what to do on an assignment in colonial America?
How come kids in the Southern colonies were educated at home, not at schools?
Slaves were not normally educated, but they were sometimes allowed to learn to read. Why?
In the New England colonies, everyone (boys and girls) was expected to learn to read and write at least a little. Why?
In the middle colonies (Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Delaware), kids went to private schools to learn reading, writing, and math and then learned a trade. Give some examples of a skill or trade a boy might learn.
Give some examples of trades or skills a girl might learn in the Middle Colonies.
I wanted to skydive with my friends, but my ____ kept me from doing it also.
My grandmother gave me a _____ amount even though I had washed clothes, cleaned dishes, and vacuumed all the rooms.
Even though finding $20 on the sidewalk was _______, I still used the money and bought lunch.
When my mom found out I didn't study, she went into a _____ about how I need to be more responsible and mature.
The business man won the _______ award for donating $1 million to a charity.
My fiancee surprised me when she said she wanted fancy clothes, jewlerey, cars and other expensive gifts of that ___.
The police made sure to staple several Wanted _____ to the side of streetlights.
The Wanted poster said there was a $10,000 ______ for any information on the criminal.
I tried to hear what Mr. Baker said on the announcements, but the noise made it sound ____.
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What is a plateau?
What are some ways of describing a community's climate?
What type of map shows a place's physical features?
What is a resource that can be made again by nature or people?
What are resources that are found underground, such as gold, iron, and salt?
What are natural resources?
What is the location of a place in relation to another place?
In what region is Pennsylvania located?
True or False: The equator is an imaginary line that divides Earth into a Western Hemisphere and an Eastern Hemisphere.
True or False: Every place on Earth is in two hemispheres.
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How old was Tung Ngo when he came to Australia?
What was Robert Poole's job?
Which of the following Australians was a law student?
What was Donnie Ritchie\'s biggest obstacle in life?
What was Katherine Edghill's job?
What type of pin did Kenny have?
What type of discrimination did Lian face?
What type of discrimination did Kenny face?
What would be the best possible solution for both Kenny and Lian?
What does discrimination refer to?
Which sentence is capitalized correctly?
Which sentence is capitalized correctly?
Which sentence is capitalized correctly?
Which sentence is capitalized correctly?
Which sentence is capitalized correctly?
Which sentence is capitalized correctly?
Which sentence is capitalized correctly?
Which sentence is capitalized correctly?
Which sentence is capitalized correctly?
Which sentence is capitalized correctly?
What two powers fought in the the French and Indian War?
What was the British response to the Boston Tea Party?
The French and Indian War was fought over what North American territory?
How was Georgia directly impacted by the Proclamation of 1763?
How was the French and Indian War a long-term cause of the American Revolution?
What British policy caused the only newspaper in Georgia to cease being printed?
What did the colonies do that forced the British to declare war on the colonies?
What British policy did not allow colonist to cross the Appalachian Mountains.
What natural feature did the Proclamation Line of 1763 follow?
What were the first battles of the American Revolution?
What is a force?
Inertia is...
The amount of inertia an object has depends on its...
Acceleration refers to...
Newton\'s 1st Law states that...
The amount of inertia an object has depends on...
A force caused when two things rub against each other is called...
Newton\'s 2nd Law states that...
Mass refers to...
Newton\'s3rd Law states that...
What would an after picture of a shoreline look like when a tsunami occurs?
Glaciers form which of the following landforms?
Which type of rock will have the greatest amount of ice wedging?
Why should you not build a house right on the beach?
Which of the following is the most directly affected by a glacier?
Wind erosion has the most affect on which type of area?
Which of the following is the best explanation for a decrease in the size of a glacier?
Which of the following observations would support the hypothesis that an earthquake happened in the past?
Roots grew and now the sidewalk has been cracked. Which process was taking place?
Wind hit a rock and made a hole in it. The wind then carried pieces of the rock away. The pieces of rock are later dropped in my yard. Which process(es) was taking place?
Which process is taking place when a glacier breaks the rock below it into little pieces?
Which process is taking place when the glacier drops some of the sediment along the path?
Which process is taking place when the glacier pushes along loose sediment?
A part of the mountain breaks off due to the freezing and thawing of water. This is caused by?
A mudslide is caused by which of the following?
Which statement best explains how a row of trees can help conserve soil?
Which best describes the surface of the Earth over billions of years?
The colliding of tectonic plates is caused by?
Scientists theorize that 250 million years ago, all of the land on earth was joined together in one “supercontinent” called what?
Give an example of erosion that you have seen with your own eyes.
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What is the subject in this sentence: She is a very beautiful girl.
What is the predicate in this sentence: John likes to play with me.
Predicates should always have a _____.
She _____ to be at school tomorrow.
Ben and I _____ eating spicy food.
I _____ Ironman.
It _____ to be precise otherwise it will not fit.
They __________ their school uniform on Monday.
Elsa _____ to eat with us tonight.
What is the predicate in this sentence: Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.
What is the classification of Accumulated Depreciation?
What is the classification of Depreciation Expense?
What is the classification of Gain on Plant Assets?
What is the classification of Loss on Plant Assets?
What is the normal balance of Accumulated Depreciation?
What is the normal balance of Depreciation Expense?
What is the normal balance of Gain on Plant Assets?
What is the normal balance of Loss on Plant Assets?
The original cost of a plant asset minue the accumulated depreciation is called
The value of an asset determined by tax authorities for the purpose of calcuating taxes is called
The method of depreciation calculated my multiplying the book value at the end of each fiscal period by a constant depreciation rate is
The method of depreciation that charges an equal amount of depreciation expense for a plant asset in each year of its useful life is
The decrease in value of a plant asset because of the removal of a natural resource is
The method of depreciation calculated by using fractions based on the number of years of a plant asset's useful life is
Land and anything attached to it is called
The Going Concern concept states that financial statements are prepared with the expectation that a business will remain in operation indefinitely.
Businesses most often use the trade-in price listed by the manufacturer as the estimated salvage value.
The gain or loss on a traded asset equals the original coast of the old asset less its accumulated depreciation plus the original cost of the new asset.
At the end of the estimated useful life of a plant asset, it should be depreciated down to its original cost.
Upward fold in rock
A break in rock (or a bone)
Mountains with jagged peaks and steep slopes are
Mountains formed by magma pressure are
The largest mountains formed by continents colliding are
Elevation needed to be classified as a mountain
Mountains formed by the uplift of large blocks of earths crust are
Mountains with rounded gentle slopes are
Break in rock where movement occurs
Downward fold in rock
Volcanic mountains are formed by ____.
A break in a layer of rock is called a ______.
The place where two plates pull apart is known as a _______ __________.
Which of the following is NOT an agent of erosion?
If you saw long scratch marks on a flat rock surface you would suspect ____.
The type of mass movement that involves soil particles moving slowly downhill is called ____.
A model that shows how rocks are recycled from one type to another is the ________.
Which of the following is NOT a type of rock?
Which of the following can return to magma?
This type of rock can be intrusive or extrusive.
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What is it called when you know exactly where you are and it is measured using latitude and longitude?
What is is called when you can find a place compared to something else?
What are imaginary lines that run east to west called?
What are imaginary lines that run north to south called?
A person or group who makes the rules and laws for a country make up the _________ of the country.
What type of government system has one leader holding complete power?
What type of government has control rest with a small group of people?
A _____ is a type of government where the people of the country hold the power.
What type of democratic government is where the leader is elected separate from the legislature?
What form of democratic form of government has the leader elected by the legislature?
A group of cells that work together are called?
The skin is the largest organ in the human body. Why is skin considered to be an organ?
Organisms that are classified as multicellular must have?
Where do many of the basic life functions take place in an organism?
Similar types of cells form tissues. What is the next level of complexity formed from the grouping of tissues?
The heart, blood vessels, kidneys, and bladder working together are best described as?
Which statement about all living organisms is true?
From simplest to most complicated, how are multicellular organisms organized/
Which of the following characteristics of the cow is different from the paramecium?
Which of these is never found in prokaryotic cells?
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