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Which scientist proposed that cells must come from existing cells?
Which scientist(s) proposed that all plants & animals are made of 1 or more cells?
Which of the following is NOT part of the cell theory?
Which of the following is NOT part of the cell theory?
What is the cell theory?
Which of the following is true about theories?
Which scientist was a Dutch craftsmen who developed the first compound microscope?
Which of the following is true about the cell theory?
The process that occurs when physical forces break rock into smaller pieces without changing the rock\'s chemical composition is called
Which of the following weathering processes involves the constant freezing and thawing of water?
Which of the following is NOT associated with mechanical weathering?
What force is responsible for the formation of exfoliation domes?
When water freezes, its volume
Which of the ffolowing is the result of chemical weathering?
The chemical weathering of feldspar produces
Whenever the chaaracteristics and chemical composition of weathered materials have been altered, they have undergone
The atmospheric gas that forms a mild acid when dissolved in water is
What would cause the inscription on a marble gravestone to become more difficult to read over time?
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Which sentence is a COMPOUND sentence?
Fill in the blanks: ___________________ ____________ tired to go with us tonight.
Which is a list of CONJUNCTIONS?
Which is a list of ADVERBS?
Which conjunction is needed? He went outside without an umbrella, ____________ he got soaked.
Which is a list of VERBS?
Which is a list of PRONOUNS?
Which BEING VERBS are needed to complete the list? is, are, was, were, ____________, ____________, _____________
Which list shows COMMON NOUNS?
Which list shows PREPOSITIONS?
Which conjunction is needed? My teacher wants me to do my homework, _________ I don't want to do it.
Which conjunction is needed? We went to see the movies Star Wars ____________ Iron Man on the same day!
Although President Wilson declared America a Neutral Nation, some Georgians decided to choose a side and make a contribution to World War I. How did Georgian's contribute?
Which of the following statements most accurately describes the reasons for America's involvement in World War I?
How did the boll weevil impact Georgia's economy?
How did disenfranchisement affect voting in Georgia?
How did the Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA) affect Georgia?
Who is the Georgian that played an important role in Georgia history by becoming the 1st female to serve in the US Senate and fought for Women's suffrage, pushed for social reform by helping to instate prohibition and end the convict lease system.
In the 1920s, Georgia was not affected by:
Which describes the involvement of the United States in World War II before the bombing of Pearl Harbor?
What was the importance of the Bell Aircraft plant during World War II and what role does it play today?
Which was a major contribution of Georgia during World War II?
What impact did Richard Russell have on Georgia?
Who is Carl Vinson and which statement most accurately describes him?
Why did Franklin Roosevelt spend so much time in Georgia?
Before it officially entered WWII, the US helped Great Britain by:
Which group of people were the biggest supporters of Eugene Talmadge?
Multiple farming disasters, a major stock market crash, and runs on many banks in the late 1920s and early 1930s resulted in:
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Electricity can be generated by the spinning of a _____________________ around a ______________________________.
______________________ are used to make electricity by using different sources to turn the turbines.
Which of is NOT a renewable source of electricity?
Electrical power leaves generators at a __________________ voltage than what it needed in the home.
A _______________________ changes the voltage transported in power lines.
When uranium atoms are split to help create electricity, this is what type of source?
Electricity is the flow of __________________________.
Currently can we store electrical energy to use at a later date?
Which resource for electricity is NOT limited by location and availablity?
Which of the following is NOT currently being used to create electrical energy?
What is a favorite activity?
What is a person's ability to do something he or she has learned?
If you learn by classifying and identifying patterns, what type of learning style do you have?
What are the tools, materials, ideas and methods used to get things done?
If you learn best through working with colors and pictures, what kind of learning style do you have?
What is a belief or idea by which a person lives by?
What is a group of similar ideas or things?
What is a person's feelings, actions habits and thoughts called?
Your general outlook on life is referred to as your what?
What is a checklist that matches your favorite activities to possible careers?
This person served as mayor longer than any other mayor in Atlanta History and contributed to the transportation in Georgia.
This person served as mayor from 1962-1970. Basically he ended segregation in public works. He built Atlanta Civic Center and is responsible for bringing 3 major sports teams to Atlanta; the braves, the falcons, and the hawks.
The County Unit System affected voting and politics in Georgia by:
What organization was founded two months after 1960 sit in at the Woolworth's lunch counter in Greensboro, North Carolina
Which statement illustrates Georgia's initial reaction to the Brown v. Board of Education decision of the US supreme court
The Sibley Commission recommended
Which African American group was involved with the Albany Movement?
Dr. Martin Luther King Jrs 'I have a dream' Speech is associated with the:
The March on Washington was intended to:
What did the Civil Rights Act of 1964 do?
What did Lester Maddox accomplish as governor?
What event was the MOST significant in Andrew Young's political career?
Who were the African Americans to be admitted into the University of Georgia?
Which individual was responsible for sparking the Montgomery Bus Boycott
What was the impact of the end of the County Unit System?
The term that means 'redraw the boundaries of election districts' is?
Which Statement describes the benefit Georgia received from hosting the 1996 Olympics?
What was one of the reason's for controversy surrounding Georgia keeping the state flag of 1956?
When Eugene Talmadge died in 1946 before taking office for his fourth term as governor, who became governor?
The purpose of the Georgia constitution is to?
The term separation of powers refers to the designation of certain powers to?
What financial responsibility does a citizen have toward the government?
Use these requirements to answer the following question: Must be at least 21 years old, Must be a citizen of the United States, Must be a resident of the district from which elected for one year
How long is the term of a member of the Georgia General Assemby?
What are the two parts of Georgia's Legislative Branch?
Which Branch of Georgia state government has as its main responsibility the writing of state laws?
Federal Judges are appointed by the president of the United States. How are positions in Georgia's Supreme Court Filled?
What is the significant difference between criminal and civil trials?
Delinquent juveniles are those who:
Which protection does NOT apply to Juveniles in Georgia's Courts?
What are Georgia's Seven Deadly Sins?
Which is considered one of Georgia's Seven Deadly Sings when committed by a 16 year old?
Dividing the government into executive, legislative, and judicial branches is MOST related to the concept of:
Which best describes the following list: Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion, Guarantee of Due Process of the Law
The Georgia Supreme Court rarely overturns a law passed by the General Assembly. This is largely because:
Even though it is rare and unlikely, it is possible for the governor and lieutenant governor in Georgia to be political enemies, from different parties, and not work well together. How is this possible?
Tonya is the Mayor of a city in Georgia. In her daily work she has full responsibility of the city’s operations. She has the power to appoint people to run different departments and recently vetoed a new law passed by the city council. The city co
Which economic term best describes using money to earn more money?
Which of the following is not included on the Georgia State Seal?
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Which of these factors affects the rate of weathering
Rock features such as the sculpted pinnacles seen in Bryce Canyon National Park are the result of
Chemical weathering would be
If granite and marble were exposed in an area with a hot and humid climate,
Which of the following rocks would have the fastest rate of weathering in a warm, wet climate?
The factor that has the greatest effect on soil fomation is
A soil's texture is determined by
The mian source of organic matter in soil is
In which of the following areas will soil formation be the greatest
Use Figure 11 on p 134: What is a soil called if it has 20% clay, 60% silt, and 20% sand
Usae figure 11 on p 134. What is the composition of sandy loam?
Usae figure 11 on p 134. What is the composition of loam?
Use figure 14 on p 138; What is the top layer
Use figure 14 on p 138; What is the bottom layer composed of
Use figure 14 on p 138; What is layer is the B horizon
What kind of material is found in the C horizon of a soil profile
How are the soil horizons ordered from the top of the profile to the bottom
A soil that is characteristic of the humid eastern US is
A soil associated with the hot and wet tropics is
Laterite soilds contain high amounts of
Pedalfer soils would most likely be found
Compared to the past, rates of soil erosion are
The rate of soil erosion deppends on
Since humans have appeared, the amount of sediments carried by rivers has
What is the correct order for water eroding soil
The process responsible for moving material down slope under the influence of graviity is called
What is the force behind mass movements
Why can the removal of vegetation trigger mass movements
Oversteepened slopes often lead to mass movements because
During what season would you expect mass movements to be a greater threat?
Which organelles are unique to plant cells?
Which of the following is true about plant cells?
Which of the following is a characteristic of prokaryotic cells?
Which of the following is a characteristic of eukaryotic cells?
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of prokaryotic cells?
Which organelle is responsible for converting radiant energy (sunlight) into chemical energy (carbohydrates)?
Which of the following is true about the animal cells?
Which of the following organelles are unique to plant cells?
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of Eukaryotic cells?
Which of the following organisms are made of prokaryotic cells?
A mass movement that involves the sudden movement of a block of material along a flat, inclined surface is called a
What is the slowest type of mass movement
A relatively rapid from of mass movement that is most common in dry mountainous regions is
Whic of the following statements best describes a slump?
Alternate freezing and thawing often leads to
Exfoliation
The air in soil provides plants with ____________ needed for photsynthesis
A vertical secion of all the soil horizons is called
What are the characteristics of each soil horizon
Where is the soil better for a garden and why?
Which statement about classification is false?
An organism's scientific name represents
Which of the following is NOT one of the taxa which scientists use to classify organisms?
Which of the following is NOT one of the taxa which scientists use to classify organisms?
Which of the following is NOT one of the taxa which scientists use to classify organisms?
Taxonomists determine into which taxa to classify an organism based onn
A common problem in taxonomy is that some organisms fit into more than one category easily. To solve this scientists combine categories.
The 6 kingdom system divides life iinto
Prokaryotes are characterized by cells that are structurally ____________ compared to the cells found in the organisms of other kingdoms
Archae and Bacteria
Some bacteria can ___________________, which no other organisms can do
Cyanophytes are crucial to life because scientists think that
Cyanophytes are crucial to life because scientists think that
Taxonomists define algae as those organism that
______________________ make up phylum Bacillariophyta
Diatoms account for ________________ of the photosynthetic biomass on Earth
____________________ make up phylum Dinophyta
Genus Symboiodium is important to coral reefs because it lives inside coral polyp and provides coral with food via photosynthesis
Chlorophyll a is a pigment
Red algae can live deeper than other algae because they produce cellulose which resists water pressure better
The largest of the brown algae is _____________________. It is important because________________
Red Algae are important to coral reefs because
Algae are Eukarotic
The greatest challenge for a plant top living in the sea is
A __________plant lives partially in and out of the water. A ____________plant lives entirely under water.
In addition to food and oxygen, marine plants provide important ______for other marine organisms
Mangrove swamps are important to the environment because
Red algae is in what Phylum of the Protista Kingdom
Brwon Algae is in what Phylum of the Protista Kingdom
Kelp is a sea weed and not an algae
What is a series of steps scientists use to answer their questions?
Which step do scientists use their 5 senses to form their questions?
Which step do you state whether your hypothesis is correct, incorrect, or inconclusive?
Which step do you state the problem you are investigating?
Which step do you test the hypothesis?
Which step do you organize the data into tables and graphs?
Which step is a possible explanation provided?
Which step are the results of the experiment shared?
What is the correct order of the scientific method?
Which of the following is a hypothesis?
How many variables are tested at one time in a controlled experiment?
What is the name of the variable changed on purpose in the experiment?
What is the name of the variable kept the same in an experiment?
What is the name of the variable that is measured in response to the variable changed on purpose?
What is the name of the group with normal conditions in a controlled experiment?
Mrs. Bauer wanted to investigate whether the amount of time students studied for the test would affect their grade on final. What is the independent variable in the experiment?
Mrs. Bauer wanted to investigate whether the amount of time students studied for the test would affect their grade on final. What is the dependent variable in the experiment?
Mrs. Bauer had 3 groups of 25 kids. Group A did not study for the final. Group B studied for 5 hours. Group C studied for 10 hours. Which group is the control group?
What is the independent variable? Diana placed three tomato plants (A,B, C) under three different types of light. She measured the height of each plant after 3 weeks.
What is the dependent variable in the experiment? Diana placed three tomato plants (A,B, C) under three different types of light. She measured the height of each plant after 3 weeks.
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Which statement best describes the controversy surrounding the Yazoo Land Fraud of 1795?
In 1795, several Georgia legislators became involved with illegal land speculation. What did their involvement come to be called?
Which methods did Georgia use to distribute land in the late 1700's and early 1800's?
Which was the main way that Georgia attempted to increase the population in the Western part of the state in the early 1800s?
Why was Eli Whitney's cotton gin an important invention for farmers in Georgia prior to the Civil War?
Why did Georgia invest heavily in railroads before the Civil War?
What was the main reason for removing the Cherokee from their homes in Northwestern Georgia?
Why did the Cherokee Tribes move from Georgia to Oklahoma?
What is one way in which the University of Georgia is unique among American universities?
Which of the following was not a capital city of Georgia?
What role did John Ross play in the creation of the Cherokee Nation?
Hart County, Georgia, was named for Nancy Hart. What role did Nancy Hart play in Georgia history?
Why did many Georgians boycott British goods, such as paint and tea, during the mid-1700s
What was the purpose of the Declaration of Independence?
Which of the following statements most accurately describes Georgia at the beginning of the Revolutionary War?
The leader of the rebel militia group that defeated 800 British troops at the Battle of Kettle Creek was:
Under the Georgia Constitution of 1777, the Governor
At the Constitutional Convention in 1787, the Great Compromise was introduced in order to:
Which man represented Georgia at the Constitutional Convention of 1787?
Which of the following is an accurate statement concerning the 1777 Constitutional Convention of Georgia?
Both the United States Constitution and Georgia's Constitution provided for a system of checks and balances. Why did the authors of both constitutions include this system?
Which statement about Georgia regarding the French and Indian War is correct?
To move from one area to another is to ______________.
An official agreement between two countries is a ___________.
A compromise is when both sides ___________ something they want.
A ____________ is an official count of a population.
The African settlers were sometimes called _________________.
The Seminole homes had roofs, but no _________ to adapt to the climate in Florida.
______________, ____________, and __________ were countries who set up colonies in North America.
The U.S. fought the __________________ to stop Britain from capturing American sailors.
The Adams-Onis Treaty gave Florida to ________.
After the U.S. captured the Seminole African fort the African Americans who survived were _____________.
The Indian Territory that Andrew Jackson wanted the Seminoles to move to is located in parts of the present day ____________ and __________.
After the 2nd Seminole War only a few remaining Seminoles hid out in the _______________ of Florida.
The Second Seminole War began because the Seminoles __________ to move to Indian Territory.
As communities agreed to grow in 1850's and 60's jobs ______________.
Spain controlled Florida from ________________.
Great Britain controlled Florida in 1763 by trading control of Havana, Cuba with ____________.
Andrew Jackson attacked __________ which started the end to Spain's rule of Florida.
________________ walked to St. Augustine with a white flag because he wanted a truce.
__________________ named Tallahassee as Florida's capital.
Great Britain divided Florida into ________ and ________ Florida.
Why was Eli Whitney's cotton gin an important invention for farmers in Georgia prior to the Civil War?
Which of the following statements is true about the Battle of Chickamauga?
Which event do we consider the 'final straw' or the final cause leading to the start of the Civil War?
The Dred Scott Decision made by the Supreme Court in 1857 declared that...
Which is a reason many Georgia plantation owners favored secession?
One effect of the Union blockade on Georgia during the Civil War was that...
Why was Georgia often referred to as 'The Heart of the Confederacy' during the war?
Northerners thought that tariffs (a tax on imported goods) were necessary for the growth of the country. Southerners strongly opposed the idea of tariffs yet they were forced to pay them. What did the South feel was being violated?
Where was the infamous (famous for the wrong reasons) Confederate Prisoner of War camp in Georgia?
William T. Sherman attacked the civilian infrastructure between Atlanta and Savannah in order to...
Which key issues directly led to the South deciding to secede from the Union?
Which battle is remembered as being the bloodiest one-day battle of the Civil War?
Which answer best describes the importance of the Battle of Gettysburg?
Who was the son of a white master and a slave that went on to found the Atlanta Life Insurance Company, one of the most successful black-owned insurance businesses in the nation
In the South after the Civil War, which of the following enforced segregation in public accommodations
During the New South Era, why did Georgia host 3 'expositions' between 1881 and 1895?
Why were Jim Crow laws passed in Georgia?
A key part of Henry Grady's definition of the 'New South' was...
Which of these statements describes sharecropping in the South after the Civil War?
The Bourbon Triumvirate was an important group in Georgia after Reconstruction. Which best describes the members of this group?
Which organization did the federal government create in 1865 to supervise the transition of slaves to freedom
Which of the following strategies were used to disenfranchise black Georgians in the early 1900s?
What led to the Populist Party becoming unsuccessful in Georgia?
The Supreme Court Case Plessy v. Ferguson made what practice legal?
The results of the legal case involving which person struck fear in Jewish Southerners until the Civil Rights Movement brought significant changes?
What was the main goal of the Bourbon Triumvirate
Why was the International Cotton Exposition important
What was the major complaint of the County Unit System?
Who urged African Americans to speak out against discrimination and also became a founder of the NAACP?
Which statement describes Booker T. Washington?
Who was one of the most important African American politicians elected to the General Assembly in Georgia during reconstruction?
Which of the following was not a Reconstruction Amendment?
I received ____________ many toys for Christmas this year.
Would you like _________ come to the lunchroom with me?
We really liked spending the holidays at ______________ house this year.
The other team will sit over ________________.
Please ask if _____________________ planning on eating dinner with us tonight.
I ate so much at Christmas dinner that I felt sick to my stomach all afternoon. What is the text structure?
I ate so much at Christmas dinner that I felt sick all afternoon. I had a spoon of pink medicine, took a nap, and then felt much better!
The three colonial regions all included the Appalachain mountain range, but only the Southern region had swamps.
She's a firecracker for sure! What kind of figurative language is this?
She is as cute as a button. What kind of figurative language is this?
Ron's red roses are radiant in the rain. What kind of figurative language is this?
The sun hid behind the clouds all morning. What kind of figurative language is this?
My brother has butterflies in his stomach because he is going to be in a play tonight. What kind of figurative language is this?
Which word is an ADJECTIVE?
Which word is a PRONOUN?
Which word is an ADVERB?
What is the SIMPLE SUBJECT? My very best friend will share her snack with me.
What is the SIMPLE PREDICATE? My very best friend will share her snack with me.
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Snow, rain, and hail are kinds of
The hot sun can make water
Wind breaking down rock is called
When plates in the Earth's crust move, it can cause an
A mountain made of cooled lava is a
The quick movement of soil down a hill is a
When water vapor changes to a liquid, it
Bubbles from boiling water go into the air as
What causes a drought?
What can both tornadoes and earthquakes cause?
What is lava?
What do you call water that evaporates into the air?
What is the first step in the water cycle?
What helps prevent erosion of soil?
What can cause erosion of a sandy beach?
Heat from the Sun evaporates
Water vapor _________. It cools and condeses into tiny drops of water.
The drops of water form ________.
When the drops of water get big enough, they fall to the ground as _______.
Water returns to the lakes and __________. The cycle begins again.
Which of the following is not an active tissue found in bone?
the shaft of a long bone is the
To what part of the bone do tendons and ligaments attach?
Bone that consists of tightly packed tissue is called
Bone that consists of numerous branching bony plates separated by irregular spaces is called
The medullary cavity of a long bone is filled with
Bones that develop from layers of membranous connective tissue are called
Bones that develop from masses of hyaline cartilage are called
The band of cartilage between the primary and secondary ossification centers in long bones is called the
The cells that form new bone are __________; the cells that break down bone are ________.
Once bone formation is complete, the bone ______________ throughout life.
The type of joint that permits the widest range of motion is
Moving the parts at a joint so that the angle between them is increased is called
To accomplish movement, bones and muscles function together to act as
Which of the following bones contain red marrow for blood cell formation in a healthy adult?
Which of the following substances are not normally found in bone?
The bones most often affected by osteoporosis are the
The hormone associated with the development of osteoporosis is
The part of the spinal column in which the vertebrae are fused is the
The only movable bone of the skull is the
The membranous areas (soft spots) of an infant's skull are called
What part of the vertebral column acts as a shock absorber?
Which of the vertebrae support the most weight?
The functions of the thoracic cage include
The wrist consists of
When the hands are placed on the hips, they are placed over the
The longest bone in the body is the
The lower end of the fibula can be felt as an ankle bone. the correct name is the
Synovial membrane is found in
The function of bursae is to
Which of the following BEST describes the activity of the Southern region?
This geographical region included CT, RI, NH, and MA. The rocky soil and short growing season made farming difficult. Its resources were forests for lumber and the Atlantic Ocean for fishing and whaling. Shipbuilding was a big industry here.
This geographical region included NC, SC, GA, MD, and VA. Its swampy wetlands were good for growing things, especially on the area’s large plantations. The largest crops grown here were rice, tobacco, and indigo.
Where did most of the enslaved people who worked in the colonies come from?
This geographical region included NY, PA, NJ, and DE. It housed the largest cities of Philadelphia and New York City. Because of the large amounts of grain grown in this region, it was known as the “breadbasket of America”. It was also an are
What was the name of the FIRST colony?
What was the name of the SECOND colony?
What are goods that are shipped OUT of a country?
What is a person who agrees to work for another person without pay for a certain length of time in exchange for transportation to the New World; After serving their time, they were released to be free citizens
What are goods that are shipped IN to a country?
What is a settlement ruled by another country?
What is a hand-held tablet used in schools by children to write lesson, the alphabet, or prayers
What is a group of people with the power to make or change laws?
A person skilled in some industry; a craftsman
the business of buying/selling human beings
A person who learns a craft of trade from a master craftsman
large farms
a crop that people raise to sell rather than use themselves
a person who agrees to work for another person without pay for a certain length of time in exchange for transportation to the New World; After serving their time, they were released to be free citizens
a plant grown in the southern colonies that produced a blue dye used to dye clothing and cloth
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What region did we just finish studying?
The first people to setlle in New Orleans came from...
Which Southeastern city is knows as the "home of the blues"?
The civil rights movement began as a protest aganist...
In which state would you most likely find a coal mine?
What do the Sun Belt states have in common?
People visit the Everglades to see...
Coal from Appalachia is used main to produce
What state would you visit to see a space shuttle launch?
What state would you visit to hear Dixieland jazz and eat Cajun food?
What is the main difference between metamorphic and most other rocks?
Metamorrphic rocks result from the
Metamorphic rocks form as the direct result of
Which metamorphic rock will have visible mica crystals and a foliated texture
Whaen granite melts and solidifies it becomes
Distortion of bands in a metamorphic rock is a result of
Recrystallization of unmelted material under pressure and temperature reults in
Whicc rock forms by recrystallizing unmelted rock material under temperature and pressure
which characteristic tends to increase as rocks are metamorphosed
which characteristic provides the BEST evidence about where a rock was formed?
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Troops in Pennsylvania were enduring a rough patch, trying to survive a cold and harsh winter with little food, no supplies, bad housing, little clothes, and diseases running a muck in _____________.
Fredrick von Steuben and Marquis de Lafayette both aided in the Revolutionary war by lending their _______ talents, helping get soldiers ready for battle.
This man went to France as a diplomat, and was able to help win over France by recognizing that popularity was key.
How did soldiers in Pennsylvania eventually react to no pay and no supplies?
What year did the Pennsylvania Line Mutiny take place?
When the troops of Pennsylvania became restless, the British rejoiced. Why?
In ______ George Washington planned to trap General Cornwallis at Yorktown, VA.
What did Washington to do distract the British so he and his army could sneak out of New York?
What was NOT an issue Washington ran into with his planning of the attack on Yorktown?
At the Battle of Capes, the Americans trapped the British by land while the French trapped them by sea.
The French secured the Chesapeake Bay for the Americans and established a _________ so that the British were prevented from getting the good and supplies they needed from Britain.
The Victory at Yorktown was a victory for the __________.
After Yorktown in 1781, the war continued for _____ more years.
Ben Franklin was the first U.S ambassador. Where did he spend most of his time during the war?
What was the treaty named that ended the war between Britain and the colonies?
What was the most important article in the Treaty of Paris?
:Give me liberty or give me death: was spoke by
Which country entered a treaty with the United States during the Revolutionary War, promising to help the U.S financially and supply troops?
A ________ is someone who had their roots in the Sons of Liberty, who supported the notion for the colonies to break away from Britain and become an independent nation.
A _________ is someone who supported the British crown, who did not want the colonies to become independent from Britain.
What was the :Tory: capital of America?
A ____________ is a person who was apprehensive to side in favor of staying under British rule and or side in favor of the colonies gaining independence.
Benedict Arnold began fighting for the ________ before betraying his cause and gave military secrets to the __________.
What was life like for loyalists after the Revolutionary War?
The author of Common Sense
Common Sense called for
What is NOT a reason that Common Sense became so popular?
Who warned Sam Adams, John Hancock, and many others that the British were coming on April 18th, 1775?
:The shot heard round the world: refers to the Battles of _________ and _________.
__________ were the troops ready at a moment's notice, ready to fight the British Regulars!
Who was the main author of the Declaration of Independence?
What exactly was the Declaration of Independence?
When was the Declaration of Independence officially adopted by the colonies?
What are the three :unalienable: rights the Declaration speaks of?
The British were had the upper hand in the beginning of the Revolutionary war... why?
Who won the Battle of Brandywine?
Which development in Russian history led to the other three?
The city of Constantinople achived prominence because its
What is a major contribution of the Byzantine Empire to global history?
One way in which the Twelve Tables of Rome, the Code of Hammurabi and the Justinian Code were similar is that they established
What was one influence of Mongol rule on the history of Russia?
Constantinople was a thriving city in the 1200s mainly because of its location on a major trade route between
Which development is most closely associated with the beginning of the Byzantine Emire?
Which region had the greatest influence on the historical and cultural development of the Byzantine Empire?
The Code of Hammurabi of Babylon and the Justinian Code of the Byzantine Empire served functions similar to the
In what way did the rivers of Russia influence its history?
Who is the youngest member of the greasers?
Which of the characters listed below would be considered a static character?
Which character dies first?
Which definition below fits best for characterization?
He had an elfish face, with high cheekbones, and a pointed chin, small sharp animal teeth, and ears like a lynx. is an example of
Which character from the book best fits the definition of protagonist?
Which is the best example of an external conflict in The Outsiders?
Which character from The Outsiders said, “So it doesn’t do any good, the fighting and the killing. It doesn’t prove anything. We’ll forget it if you win, or if you don’t.”?
What was the name of the poem that Pony shared with Johnny?
Which point of view is The Outsiders written in?
What is the name of the area of Georgia where the land is mostly level and boarders the Atlantic Ocean?
Which of the following BEST describes Georgia's Piedmont Region?
Which of the following BEST describes Georgia's Coastal Plain region?
Which physical feature is located in the Coastal Plain Region of Georgia?
Which region of Georgia is bounded on it Southeastern side by the Fall Line and is made up of low hills and narrow vallys?
Which region once served as the primary area for growing cotton in Georgia and is now home to most of Georgia's population and cities?
8. Which terms best describes the Piedmont region of Georgia today?
Where is the Ridge and Valley Region on Georgia located?
In which two hemispheres is the state of Georgia located?
What are the 4 directions listed on a compass rose?
. The Woodland tribe, who lived in Georgia from about 1000 bce to 1000 ce, built many earthen mounds, such as Rock Eagle Mound in northern Georgia. Anthropologists believe these mounds were used mainly for:
Which statement best describes the reason prehistoric Georgia Indians built the Etowah mounds?
Which development resulted in increased population and permanent settlements among Georgia’s prehistoric Native Americans
What was the misunderstanding between Europeans and Native Americans?
How did Hernando de Soto’s travels throughout Georgia and the other southern states NEGATIVELY impact the Native Americans living there?
How did de Soto’s march through Georgia change the lives and culture of Native Americans?
The main objective of Hernando De Soto in his travels through Georgia was to:
What was the purpose of the Spanish Mission System?
Why did European Nations explore the Americas?
Which one of these was NOT one of the 3 G's that inspired Europeans to explore the America's?
One reason given for the colonization of Georgia was to serve as a buffer colony. This meant that Georgia was:
What was the importance of Mary Musgrove?
Why is the year 1732 important to Georgia’s history?
Oglethorpe's plan for the establishment of Savannah could BEST be described as a
Which of the following was NOT a reason for founding the colony of Georgia?
Why did Oglethorpe invite the Highland Scots to Georgia?
What 3 things were illegal in the colony in early Georgia?
The term malcontent was used to describe those who:
Why did German Salzburgers come to Georgia
All of the following are rules/regulations that were changed after Georgia became a royal colonly EXCEPT
What is the correct order for the Royal Governors?
What reason did Georgia cease to be a royal colony?
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If a watermelon was place in a hypotonic solution it would do which of the following?
Proteins that stick all the way through the membrane are called ________ and when they help with facilitated diffusion they are more specifically called_________
What is plasmolysis?
Active transport is different from passive transport because it _________________.
Pinocytosis is a form of ______________ that also known as ____________________.
When the concentration of solute is the same throughout a system it is said to be ___________ and the system is in ____________.
Moving down the gradient means _________________ and occurs during _______________.
The substance that dissolves to make a solution is called the___________.
Which of the following is an example of phagocytosis?
The swelling and bursting of cells when they are placed in a __________solution is known as ___________.
What do plants absorb from the soil?
Which of the following do plants gain from sunlight?
What do plants absorb from the air?
What is the pigment that traps energy from the sunlight called?
What is the main source of nutrition for the plant?
Which molecule is made up of hydrogen and oxygen?
Which is not needed for photosynthesis?
What makes our air breathable?
Another name for glucose is?
Chlorophyll makes the plants:
What is a measurement of the amount of space an object occupies?
What is a measurement of the amount of matter in an object?
What is a measurement of the amount of distance?
What is the measurement of how hot or cold something is?
What property is described by the measurement 7 mg?
What is the best SI unit to use to measure the VOLUME of water in Shamu's large swimming pool?
What is the name of the measurement system used by scientist around the world?
What is the best estimate of Mrs. Bauer's height using SI units?
What is the basic SI unit for length?
Which of the following is equivalent to a meter?
What is graphed on the x-axis of a graph?
What is graphed on the y-axis of a graph?
What type of graph should be used to show how one variable causes another variable to increase or decrease?
Which graph is used to compare amounts in different categories?
Which graph is used to compare percentages in different categories?
Which of the following describes an inverse relationship?
Which of the following describes a direct relationship?
If time is graphed on the horitzontal axis (x-axis) of a graph and temperature is graphed on the vertical axis (y-axis) of a graph, what is the DEPENDENT variable?
If time is graphed on the horitzontal axis of a graph and temperature is graphed on the vertical axis of a graph, what is the INDEPENDENT variable?
As time passed, the temperature of water kept increasing. What type of relationship do these two variables have?
Which charecteristic wouldbest indicate that a rock was formed from sediments deposited in shallow water near the shore rather than in deep water?
which characteristic provides the best evidence about the environment a rock formed in
How do metamorphic rocks schist and quartzite differ?
Sediments form from
Which property best associates with regionalmetamorphism
rocks are classified as igneous, sedimentary or metamorphic based on
If limestone is touched by an igneous intrusion what would likely form
where is metamorphic rock frequently found?
At what point would metamorphic rock most likely be found?
How does regional metamorphism take place
What is the name of the outer region of the Kidney?
What structure surrounds the glomerulus?
What structure is located after the Bowman's Capsule?
What substances leaves the nephron in the descending loop of henle?
What substance leaves the nephron in the ascending loop of henle?
Where does the urine go after it enters the Ureter?
What is the name of the fluids that enter the nephron?
What is the name of the toixic substance found in Urine
Where is urine stored in the body?
How many nephrons are in a single kidney?
Everything around an animal, including its predators, is part of an animal's
Something that an animal has to help it survive in its environment is called a(n)
When an animal is playing "look-alike" to escape from predators, the animal is using
A behavior that is not learned is called a(n)
An instinct in which the animal goes into a long period of deep sleep is called
What is the instinct in which the animal or group of animals move to another region and come back?
The young of many insects and amphibians change to adults by going through a process called
The beak of a bird who drinks nectar is . . .
Which of the following animals does NOT show camouflage?
Which of the following animals shows camouflage?
Which of these would an animal want to have in order to swim well?
Which animal goes through metamorphosis?
Which of the following is a mammal?
Why might an animal not survive if it is moved out of its natural environment?
What is the main difference between metamorphosis and baby mammals?
When you make an observation, you are using
When you infer, you use
When a predator comes near, an animal will seek
Which of the following is NOT an example of a learned behavior?
Which of the following is NOT an example of an instinct?
The attraction between molecules of the same substance is
The attraction between molecules of different substances is
Because of partial positive and negative charges within a molecule, ___ occurs.
A molecule in which charges are unevenly distributed is
When adhesion allows water to move up a column against gravity, ___takes place.
A material composed of two or more elements that are physically mixed but not chemically combined is a
If all of the components of a mixture are evenly distributed and mixed, the material is a(n)
The substance that is dissolved in a solution is the
A solution that contains lower concentrations of hydrogen ions than pure water is a(n)
The higher the number on the pH scale, the more ____ the solution becomes.
The higher the number on the pH scale, the more ____ the solution.
If a solution has a pH reading of 2, it is a(n)
Blood has a pH of approximately 7.4 , therefore it is
Acid indigestion is often cured with an antacid that would have a pH of
If strong hydrochloric acid is dissolved in water, the resulting pH of the solution would be
A solution that contains lower concentrations of H ions than pure water is a(n)
The lower the number on the pH scale, the more ____ the solution.
A weak acid or base that prevents a strong reaction in a solution is a
If the pH of the water in a stream drops below three
Most rainwater is
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Which of the following is not always an indicator of a chemical reaction?
350 Pascals are equal to...
How many meters are there in 67.5 kilometers?
Express 0.0000895 in scientific notation.
What is the density of a substance that has a mass of 10 g and a volume of 5 mL?
Which of the following is an example of a physical change?
When ice melts to form water, energy is...
What is the total net charge of an atom?
How many protons does the element Magnesium have if it's atomic number is 12?
What is the charge of an atom's nucleus?
Why is an atom's overall charge neutral?
Why does wood float on water?
Boyle's Law relates the volume of a gas to its _____________.
How many significant figures are there is the number 0.0005680?
How many significant figures are there in 758,900. ?
What is the formula used to calculate Pascal's Principle?
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Father Christmas can be called __________
At Christmas people get _______.
At Christmas we remember ________.
At Christmas we sing ________.
At Christmas people like to have a Christmas _____.
At Christmas many people eat a bird called ________.
Christmas Day is on __________.
At Christmas, people see their________
At Christmas in cold countries, children like to make _______ men.
Santa's sleigh is pulled by __________.
El Organum
El ars nova es la expresión
El codex calixtinus está en
Alfonso X el Sabio
La polifonía se inventa en el sigo
El maestro Pèrotin
El cantus firmus es
Una secuencia es una canción
Un motete
Guillermo de Machaut
What do these names have in common: Burnet, Houston, Lamar, Jones
Which president of Texas wanted peace with Native Americans?
Which president of Texas ordered the removal of all Cherokee Indians?
Which political document influenced the Texas Constitution the most
Who was Chief Bowles?
Who fought in the Council House Fight?
What do these names have in common: Jose Antonio Navarro, Juan Seguin, Lorenzo de Zavala?
What do these names have in common: Invincible, Brutus, Independence, Liberty.
After Texas became a Republic, where did most immigrants move from?
When was Texas annexed into the United States?
Ability to understand the material that has been read or heard
A letter in which all parts begin at the left margin
Informal message written in the workplace
A Letter in which some parts begin at the left margin
The process of conveying a message, thought, or idea
Any message that does not use written or spoken words
Doing more than one job at a time
Understanding what is heard
The person who starts the communication process
Person who gets the message during the communication process
Clue that reveals what message was received by the receiver
Anything that interrupts a message during the communication process
Recognizing a sound
The blank space around the printed or written material
Using a speakerphone to conduct a meeting with participants in different locations
Two or more people communicating through a video and voice linkup
Unscheduled communicating with coworkers occurring by chance inside or outside the workplace
Regularly traveling back and forth to work
Something that is understood by the senses, usually spoken, written, or printed
How the message is delivered during the communication process
The first patriarch
Wife of Abraham
First son of Abraham
Mother of Ishmael
The second Patriarch
Eldest son of Isaac
The third patriarch
First wife of Jacob
The fourth patriarch
Tricked his father into receiving the blessing
Favorite son of Jacob
Mother of Joseph
Younger brother of Joseph
Had an unusual dream about a ladder
Had a gift of interpreting dreams
Rose to great power in Egypt
New name of Jacob
Number of sons of Jacob
Worked as a servant of Potiphar
Was thrown into a well by his jealous brothers
Who won the Battle of Saratoga?
There were two skirmishes at the Battle of Saratoga... what were they?
What city did the British take over after the Battle of Brandywine?
What victory helped the French decide to back the colonies in the war?
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neutral
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generations of the future
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an exit
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While most of the Platyhelminthes are free living or endoparasites, which one of the following taxa has an ectoparasitic life cycle?
The members of the phylum Platyhelminthes are called flatworms because their bodies are flattened
The cells that secrete mucus in the epidermis of the Turbellaria are called
The body of the parasisitc flatworms is covered in a syncytial layer called
The cells that form a meshwork filling the spaces between the muscles and organs that develops from the mesoderm is called
A cuticle is different from a tegument in that a cuticle is ______ while a tegument is _______.
While the previous phyla have used intracellular digestion, within these three phyla extracellular digestion is the norm. Extracellular digestion means that
Another name for a protonephridium is a
The protonephridia function in
The nervous system of the flatworms has sensory, motor, and association nerves, and it is organized into a ______ pattern.
The light-sensitive sense organs in the flatworms are called
the sense organs that respond to changes in water current directions are the
The sense organs of the flatworm that help the organism maintain its equilibrium are called
The animals that are leaf shaped endoparasites, have a tegument, and have complex life cycles are members of the class
The fact that some parasites have a first or intermediate host, and a final or definitive host is reflected in the class name
______ is the human liver fluke, an dis common in China, and can cause cirrhosis of the liver and death
The pork tapeworm is called
Which of the following organisms is a blood fluke?
Which of the following groups includes ectoparasites of fish and amphibians?
Cestodes are monoecious and lack a digestive tract. The reproductive units of the cestodes are called
The chain of proglottids is collectively called the ____and the holdfast or attachment organ is called the ___
While a few of the approximately 650 species of the phylum Nemertea live in moist soil or fresh water, most of them are found
the phylum Nemertea is general is most like members of the class
The rhynchocoel is a cavity that contains the
While most members of the class Turbellaria are __ the nemerteans are ______
Approximately 80 species of the phylum Gnathostomulida have been found living
The members of the phylum Gnathostomulida are similar to rotifers because they both have
In the digenetic trematodes, the first or invertebrate host is called the ____ and the second or final host is called the ___
In flame cells
The large posterior attachment organ of the adult monogenean is the
The movement of the earth in its parth around the sun is the earth's
One half of the earth is a
The line at 0 degree longitude is
An are that has the same clock time is a
The imaginary line through the earth connecting the North and South poles is the
A line of latitude is a
The seven major land areas of the earth are
The spinning of the earth is
The line of latitude halfway between the North and South Poles
The angle that describes the distance east or west of the prime meridian
A way of organizing information from the sum to the whole
Part of the brain that determines personality and motor function
Bean shaped structure that extends from the hypothalamus and secretes hormones
The minimum difference that a person can detect between two stimuli is
Selective attention is focusing awareness on
This is the part of the eye that controls color.
The three bones located in the ear are
The major organ of the hearing process, shaped like a snail
The four basic tastes are
All are a form of grouping except
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Which of the following is NOT a polymer?
An answer to a divsion problem is called....
The number being divided is called....
The number that divide by is called....
The amount left over after dividing two numbers is called....
What is 30 divided by 6?
What is 34 divided by 8?
43 / 5 = ?
28 / 5 = ?
Tim has 6 friends and 43 cookies. He wants to give each the same amount. How many cookies will each friend get?
Fred has 15 cars and wants to put the same amount in 4 boxes. How many left over cars will he have?
29 divided by 5 = ?
Which is a factor of 12?
Which is a multiple of 12?
36 divided by 6 =?
57 divided by 8 = ?
Pressure
Negative
Authority
Confidence
Convince
Rebel
Impress
Constant
Tense
Appreciate
Who were the first humans in Georgia?
Georgia was important to England as a
Mary Musgrove was James Oglethorpe's:
Taxes from this act were to help pay for French and Indian War:
People who supported Britain during the Revolutionary War were called:
Which Georgia hero used guerrilla tactics during the Revolutionary War?
The Articles of Confederation called for:
What land distribution system gave settlers 200 acres of land plus 50 acres for each family member?
Which form of transportation led to the growth of Atlanta?
Who was murdered by Creek Indians for ceding all of the remaining Creek land in Georgia?
Abolitionists wanted to:
Dred Scott was:
How many states seceded from the Union in the Civil War?
The first conflict of the Civil War was:
President Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation:
What battlefield was the site of a famous speech by President Lincoln?
What general burned Atlanta and marched his men to the Georgia Coast?
What is the name for the period after the Civil War when the South came back into the Union?
After the Civil War, many freed slaves became:
Which amendment abolished slavery in the United States?
Instinct
Welfare
Reaction
Sufficient
Hostile
Eventually
Vulnerable
Assume
Plunged
Temporary
Which is not an example of an alliteration?
Which of the following symbols represent evil and corruption?
The son of the police chief being arrested for burglary is an example of
Using language that evokes one or all of the five senses is called
The wall stared at me silently is an example of a
But his legs continued to shake and rattle like window panes in a tornado. What is the effect of the imagery the author uses in this description?
If I do not eat my daily papaya, I will surely die is an example of what type of literary device?
Bob is as brave as a lion is an example of what literary device?
Hiss is an example of what type of figurative language?
The road was a ribbon of moonlight is an example of which of these literary techniques?
The noise is music to my ears is what type of figurative language?
The following brand names are examples of what literary term? Coca-Cola, Borders Books, Dunkin' Donuts
What type of figurative language is being used in the following passage. Sometimes she braided it to teach it a lesson, but her hair always won and would unbraid itself by the end of the day and curl into puffs of defiance.
I had a ton of homework. What is this an example of?
Bang, went the pistol! What is this an example of?
Hit the deck is an example of what type of literary device?
Comparing objects or ideas by staying that one is the other is called
Repetition of the same consonant sound at the beginning of words in close succession is called
Giving an inanimate object human qualites is called
Extreme exaggeration is called
___________ is the application of science for practical purposes.
The 1st step to the scientific method is...
______________ is the measure of gravitational force exerted on an object.
_______________ is the measure of a straight-line distance between two points.
A(n) _________ is a factor that changes in an experiment in order to test a hypothesis.
____________ is the ability to change or move matter.
What happens to energy when ice melts to form water?
What determines the speed of particles within a particular substance?
What state of matter has definite shape and definite volume?
The kinetic energy of a substance is also known as ___________ energy.
The nonsolid state of matter is which the atoms/molecules are free to move past one another is called ____________.
What is the SI unit for pressure?
What is the density of a substance that has a mass of 15.6 g and and a volume of 5.8 mL?
_______________ states that the pressure of a gas at a constant volume is directly proportional to the absolute temperature.
Write the following number in scientific notation: 0.00008675
A(n)___________ is the smallest unit of a substance that maintains all properties of that substance.
A _____________ change occurs when a substance changes composition by forming one or more new substances.
The smallest unit of an element that maintains the properties of that element is called a(n) ___________.
A material that can be represented by a chemical formula is a(n) _____________.
____________ is the measure of the amount of matter in a substance.
How many atoms are contained within 2 molecules of glucose (C6H12O6)?
Which state of matter does not have the freedom to flow?
Which of the following is not a physical property of matter?
When water vapor condenses into water droplets, energy is...
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If an object appears small in 'relative size' it is probably
Relative motion states that
A mental predisposition to perceive something one way is
An odor molecule given off by animals that communicate a sexual message
Acts as a relay station to incoming sensory messages
The lobe of the brain that controls hearing is
All of the following are test or scans done on the brain except what
The founder of behaviorism is
The found of the humanistic theory is
Patients who suffer from _______________, may be treated through a split brain operation
besiege
compress
denounce
instantaneous
misgiving
recede
adverse
arid
billow
confront
contemporary
depict
barrage
designate
enigma
motivate
queue
sage
waylay
acquit
deem
devastate
discredit
elusive
generate
idolize
ingratitude
keepsake
mortal
ovation
A mixture is a...
Ice to water is an example of a __________ turning into a __________
If I measure the mass of an ice cube and it is 34 grams, what will the mass be when it melts?
What is the step of the water cycle responsible for water droplets forming on the outside of my cold bottle of Diet Pepsi?
Which is NOT a property of matter?
Which substance will dissolve in water?
Which is an example of a mixture?
Which of the following are physical properties?
How can you separate a mixture?
Which is NOT a method for separating a mixture?
In multicellular organisms, cells are ______________, meaning they have specific functions.
An organized group of cells working together forms a _________________.
The heart is an __________________ that uses more than one type of tissue to pump blood.
The color of a fox's fur is an _____________________ that increases a fox's chances of surviving long enough to reproduce.
Adaptations are the result of differences that can occur in _________________.
Through the process of ___________________, the genetic material of two oak trees comes together and produces new oak trees with genetic material from both parents.
An organism can reproduce more quickly through _________________.
A plant captures energy from sunlight and converts it to chemical energy through the process of ____________________.
Plants are _________________ that do not require an outside source of energy.
Using water and carbon dioxide from the environment, plants produce ______________ during photosynthesis, which stores energy.
What is "a large computer system used primarily for bulk processing of data and financial information" called?
CPU stands for...
What is RAM?
When referring to technology, UPS is
A network device (not just a computer!) containing data or applications shared by network users is
Common operating systems include...
ROM, Read Only Memory...
A system may be made more user-friendly with incorporation of a/an
The platform on a mobile device (equivalent to the OS on a PC) is
Software performing background functions is
Can be tested by scratching
Solid Element or compound that is found in the earth
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