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does writing a number in scientific notation mean you are changing its value
is 12.8 x 10^6 written correctly
when writing a number in scientific notation, there can only be how many numbers in front of the decimal
A number small than one will always be a decimal.
Basalt contains the greatest quantity of which mineral?
Compared to felsic igneous rocks, mafic igneous rocks contain greater amounts of
Which mineral is white or colorless, has a hardness of 2.5, and splits with cubic cleavage?
Which sedimentary rock is most likely to be changed to marble during regional metamorphism?
An igneous rock which has crystallized deep below the Earth's surface has the following approximate composition: 70% pyroxene, 15% plagioclase, and 15% olivine. According to the Earth Science Reference Tables, what is the name of this igneous rock?
Extremely small crystal grains in an igneous rock are an indication that the crystals formed
The physical properties of a mineral are largely due to its
Which characteristic provides the best evidence about the environment in which a rock was formed?
Large rock salt deposits in the Syracuse area indicate that the area once had
Igneous rocks form by which processes?
Most sedimentary rock has been formed by which two processes?
Sedimentary rocks formed by compaction and cementation of land-derived sediments are classified on the basis of
Which property is most useful in mineral identification?
Certain minerals usually break along flat surfaces, while other minerals break unevenly. This characteristic is due to the
Which mineral scratches dolomite and is scratched by olivine?
Which mineral leaves a green-black powder when rubbed against an unglazed porcelain plate?
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What are the Earth\'s 4 main layers IN ORDER?
This layer is a liquid core made of mostly iron and nickel.
This layer is a solid core that is mostly made of iron.
This layer includes the asthenosphere and convection currents.
This is the OUTERMOST layer of the earth. The layer we live on!
Plate tectonics cause these landforms to take place.
Divergent plate boundaries are:
Convergent plate boundaries are:
Transverse plate boundaries are:
Texas is part of what plate tectonic?
What is the movement of material downslope?
What is the extremely slow movement of material downslope?
The blowing of millions of sharp sand grains that erode, smooth, and polish rocks is called ____________________.
A giant mass of moving ice is a(n) ____________________ and causes erosion.
Tropical rain forests are being cut down to create farms and pastures, and to harvest trees for construction. What has this type deforestation increased?
Many cities allow people to water their lawns only during the evening or early morning. Why do the cities prevent people from watering during the day?
Ricardo has an igneous rock in his rock collection. Where did this rock most likely form?
Sedimentary rocks are not found on the Moon because
The major process that wears down whole mountain ranges is
Tropical rain forests are being cut down to create farms and pastures, and to harvest trees for construction. What has this type deforestation increased?
What percentage of the Earth's Atmosphere is Nitrogen?
Weather is defined as
The earth's atmosphere has what percentage of oxygen?
The exosphere
Dust storms
The worst industry, as far as atmosphere pollution is concerned is
Ground level ozone is
Which of these statements is false.
The tropopause is
Which of these statements is false
If the mass of Earth were equal to 1 penny, how much mass would the Sun have?
The Great Red Spot on Jupiter is:
What is the difference between meteors and comets?
What happened to Mercury to cause the large cliffs as seen on the surface?
Which planet is called Earths twin because it is similar in mass and diameter
Which planet's day is longer than it's year?
Which significant discovery did Galileo make?
One rotation of Earth on it's axis is equal to:
This planet has the highest, most violent winds in the solar system
When a shooting star appears in the sky, it is actually which of the following
Which planet experiences the most extreme temperature changes in the solar system?
Which planet emits it's own internal radiation?
An example of a Plutoid would be
Which of Jupiter's moon's appears to have a liquid ocean under a layer of ice?
What is the name of one of Neptune's moons?
How many moons does Mars have?
Which body in the solar system is the most volcanically active?
Which scientist discovered the shape of the planet's orbits?
Which theory states that the Earth is at the center of the solar system?
Which planet rotates on its axis horizontally due to an impact with a large body?
What Native Americans did de Leon meet in east Texas?
The Native Americans who lived in east Texas were--
What is an important part of a mission?
De Leon\'s mission in east Texas was made of--
De Leon\'s mission in east Texas was named--
What did the priests do in the mission?
Why did the Spaniards want the missions?
Why didn\'t the Native American like the mission?
What happened to the mission?
Where did the priests go?
How do credit unions and brokerage firms compare?
Jake has anaccount he can deposit and withdraw money, write checks, & receive a monthly statement. What type of account is this?
Darlene needs to borrow money to buy a townhome. What type of financial service would meet this need?
An advantage of E-banking over traditional banking is that:
Vera authorized the bank to pay her phone bill each month from her account. Which E-banking service is this?
Sheila is ready to reconcile her bank statement with her check record. What should she do?
Ralph wants to protect his debit card from fraud. What should he do?
Jacob needs a personal check guaranteed by the bank for the purchase of a used car. Which is the BEST method of payment?
Justin doesn't have a bank account and needs to mail a payment to a person out of state. Which is the BEST method of payment?
George loaded $200 on a plastic card for his daughter to purchase clothes at the mall. Which E-banking service is this?
How many significant figures are in the number 2,000?
How many significant figures are in the number 0.00120?
Which zeros are significant in the number 0.01030
Round the number 3.46 to 2 significant figures.
Round the number 45 to one significant figure.
How many significant figures should the answer have if we multiply: 5.60 x 3.2
How many significant figures should the answer have if we divide: 100 / 0.001
How many significant figures are in the number 2 x 10E4
How would you write the number 200 so that you had 2 significant figures?
How would you write 3800000 to only 4 significant figures?
Hinduism and Buddhism share a belief in
The Buddhist religion teaches that salvation is earned by
The Eightfold Path, the Four Noble Truths, and the concept of nirvana are associated with the religion of
Which values are most closely associated with the fundamental principles of Buddhism?
Which belief is shared by Hindus and Buddhists
Which belief is most closely associated with Buddha
How are the the Ten Commandments and the Eightfold Path similar
Believe in reincarnation, which is influenced by karma, and dharma
Salvation is achieved through a spiritual oneness of the soul, atman, with the ultimate reality of the universe, Brahman
Dalai Lama is the spiritual leader
Joe made a presentation about his favorite college. He is able to launch the the college\'s website while he is presenting. Which part of multimedia presentations is this?
Jeremy is showing a presentation to customers advertising his company\'s products. What is the purpose of his presentation?
Tina is taking an analog sound and converting it to a digital sound so she can use it in her presentation. This is an example of:
Jane would like to insert an audio file into a presentation. Which file formats are appropriate to use?
The primary purpose of multimedia in a classroom is that it:
Heath has a question and answer on one slide, but does not want the audience to see the answer right away. What basic part of presentations will he use?
Graphics can be used in a multimedia presentation in all of the following ways EXCEPT:
Randy is using his favorite song in a multimedia presentation. According to the Fair Use Guideline, how much of the song can he use?
During his multimedia presentation to the class, Jim needs to access a file outside of his presentation. What basic part of a multimedia presentation should he use?
Madison created a multimedia presentation with visual effects that faded the slides on and off the screen. Which part of multimedia presentations did she use?
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Columbus sailed in ...... and explored for
what did Juan Ponce de Leon look for
Some obstacles Cabot faced were.....
Cartier's achievements were....
Who sailed for Spain in 1513 ?
Who is the Hudson River named after?
who was born in france
Who found the Isthmus of Panama
what two men sailed for the spanish
Who believed he was in Asia but it was actually Canada
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a floor
I invite you
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je connais les amis
je mange le croissant
Look at the article called Should juveniles Be Tried as Adults. What is the best revision to make in sentence 1.
Read paragraph 3 and decide which change, if any, is best to make.
An opinion can be proven. True or False
Why is it important for an author to support his viewpoint with facts?
The author of --Should Juveniles be Tried as Adults-- believes if a child does something wrong that they need strong punishment like an adult. The author of Hope for a Second Chance believes
Which of these is NOT a persuasive technique used by authors and artists
Which of these is NOT an example of Central Argument Structure?
By using statistics in Paragraph 4, the author of --Should Juveniles be Tried as Adults-- is able to
What can you conclude from reading BOTH articles?
As a reader, what is the purpose in selecting 2 different author's perspectives on the same topic?
Someone who runs his or her own business
Being ___________________ means not working for someone else; owning and operating one’s own business
A form of business organization in which one person owns the business.
A form of business organization in which two or more persons co-own the business
A form of business organization in which stockholders own the business.
One of these are NOT an advantage of being self-employed
One of these are NOT a disadvantage of being self-employed
_______________ are the persons or companies to which money is due
One of these answers are NOT qualities of Successful business owners
a federal agency that encourages, assists, and protects the interests of small business.
One of the biggest determining factors on whether a business will succeed or fail
A contract with a company to sell its goods and services within a certain area
An entrepreneur must have enough _________________ to start a business
The money needed to start a business is called:
The Chinese army's only way to success was to:
A very important legal part of running a business is:
A GREAT business starts with :
The motto of a very successful fried chicken franchise
The owner of Canes worked on a Salmon Boat in Alaska so he could
To raise capital some business share parts of their company to the public - this is called:
The outer planets are mostly made of _________
Which layer of earth is the only liquid layer made of iron and nickel
Which of the following is a result of gravity?
The direction of the wind in an area can be determined by the appearance by the ________________.
What is it called when particles rub against the surface of rocks or other materials?
Oxidation, Acid Rain, and Carbonic Acid are all examples of __________ ____________
During subduction, which type of crust is more dense (sinking to the bottom)
Which process drives plate tectonics?
How have scientists learned about the Earth?
Earth's spinning liquid metallic core is part of the Earth's____________
How many commands does Word have for formatting a document’s background?
To avoid conflict with text on a page, it is important to use what type of background?
What is a graphic or text that appears printed lightly behind the text of a document called?
Besides the Watermark and More Watermark options, what other options are displayed when you click the Watermark button?
To frame a page, which of the following would you add to a document?
Which tab of the Borders and Shading dialog box contains formatting options for framing a page?
What is often necessary to add to a document containing multiple pages when it will be printed?
When adding page numbers to a document, clicking what button allows you to choose the type of numbering you want?
What is the name of the text located at the top of a page?
Which of the following defines a building block?
Building blocks are organized in which of the following?
What is a placeholder that tells Word to insert changeable data into a document called?
In a Word document, what appears between curly brackets ( )?
Which feature in ms word automatically puts in the date
which feature refers to making a duplication of an item in a document and placing it in ms word temporary storage location until it is needed.
Which dialog box in ms word is use to quickly location a specific character, word or phase in a document?
which term refers to changes made in a document that affect the visual appearance of the document?
When the current line in a document is full, which ms word feature automatically moves text to the next line?
placing this in a document refers to moving the information to the right of its current location.
what are the heavy dots added for emphasis before each item in a list called?
what ms word feature allows users to organize information in horizontal rows and vertical columns?
which procedure is used to seclect an entire table in a ms word document?
what are three methods of moving from cell in a ms word table?
What are the basic unit of life?
These cells do not have a nucleus:
The structure found in cells that are responsible for protein synthesis:
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b^2 - b - 30 = 0
n^2 - 6n - 16 = 0
k^2 - 5k + 6 = 0
n^2 + n = 0
x^2 - 4x = 0
x^2 + 4x - 21 = 0
3n^2 - 2n - 21 = 0
5x^2 - 43x + 24 = 0
5r^2 - 17r + 6 = 0
7x^2 - 16x - 15 = 0
In pea plants, inflated pods (R) are dominant to constricted pods (r). Which of the following is a cross between inflated pods and constricted pods?
In a test cross, if one parent’s genotype is homozygous dominant
In chickens, rose comb (R) is dominant to single comb (r). A homozygous rose-combed rooster is mated with a single-combed hen. All of the chicks in the F1 generation were kept toge
In mink, brown fur color is dominant to silver-blue fur color. If a homozygous brown mink is mated with a silver-blue mink and 8 offspring are produced, how many would be expected
The typical human body cell contains 46 chromosomes. How many chromosomes are found in a typical human sperm?
A true-breeding tall pea plant is crossed with a true-breeding short pea plant, and all the offspring are tall. What is the most likely genotype of the offspring?
In mice, black is dominant to white color and color is determined by a single gene. Two black mice are crossed. They produce 2 black offspring and one white offspring. If the white
A heterozygous organism is best described as which of these?
If two heterozygous individuals are crossed, what percent of their offspring are also expected to be heterozygous?
What is the difference between a monohybrid cross and a dihybrid cross?
______________ that are very dry and often very hot are called deserts.
Plants and animals have ________________ for living in the desert.
Desert plants have ________ that spread near the surface allowing them to quickly take up water.
Some desert animals live _________, where it is cooler.
Biomes have similar ____________ and _____________ factors.
Components of a desert ecosystem include
You are in Africa. It is summer and dried grass covers the ground. You are likely in the _________ biome.
A camel is an animal that can travel for many days without drinking water. You would expect to find the camel in a _________ biome.
The white-tailed deer would most likely be found in a _______biome, which is whre we live.
Your friends return from a canoe trip on the lake and they are dripping wet. What inference might you make?
Oklahoma
Arizona
Florida
Alaska
Missouri
Washington
Texas
New York
Alabama
Tennessee
Scientists call an organism that has 2 different alleles for a trait a __________.
What does the notation TT mean to a geneticist?
What happens during meiosis?
What does mRNA do during protein synthesis?
What genetic discorder results in abnormally shaped blood cells?
What is probability?
In Mendel's experiments, what proportion of the plants in the F2 generation had a trait that had been absent in the F1 generation?
Factors that control a trait are called ___________.
When sex cells combine to produce offspring, each sex cell will contribute ______.
What is a karyotype?
What is part of the central dogma?
Which of the following are the three kinds of RNA?
If you looked for RNA in various parts of the cell, where would it be found?
The process of making RNA from a DNA sequence is called
A DNA sequence that is 15 nucleotides long would give rise into a polypeptide sequence that was how many amino acids long?
What type of mutation causes sickle-cell anemia?
Klinefelter syndrome is an consequence of what type of mutation?
Transcription rewrites the genetic information used for making protein as a molecule of
The function of tRNA is to
Point mutations occur when
This allows others to use copyright material without infringing on the rights of the owner. Beware that these are only guidelines and do not protect the user from lawsuits!
A computer based, interactive experience that incorporates text, graphics, sound and video.
Ensures that the author’s rights of images and sounds used in multimedia products are protected and acknowledged. Copyrighted material cannot be used without the owner’s permission
“Hot spots” or “jumps” used to locate an external file website or place in the current presentation; represented by a graphic or colored and underlined text.
An effect applied to text that makes it appear on a slide in increments of one letter, word or section at a time; keeps the audience’s attention and does not allow the audience to
A list of options that use hyperlinks to move to other parts of the presentation.
the visual effect of a slide as it moves on and off the screen during a slide show.
Items that are hyperlinked to other parts of the presentation and allow the user to navigate through the presentation
Different types of media including text, video, sound, graphics and animations.
When you can only use small amounts of copyrighted content such as music, video, or text without having to pay royalties or ask for permission.
Binary fission
The chromosome of a bacteria cell
What is the function of interphase in cellular reproduction?
Which is true of mitosis?
A protein disk connecting two chromatids to each other in a chromosome is called a(n)
Which phase of mitosis is characterized by the formation of new nuclear membranes?
Which phase of mitosis is characterized by chromatin condensing into chromosomes?
Only one parent cell is required for ___________ reproduction.
Which phase of mitosis is characterized by the chromosomes being separated and pulled to opposite ends of the cell?
How many chromosomes do humans have?
The Sun produces energy by
What shape are the orbits of most comets?
When a meteoroid enters Earth's atmosphere, it produces a streak of light called a(n)
The fact that each planet's orbit is an ellipse was discovered by
A stream of particles that extends outward from the sun's corona is called
A(n) ________________________ is a loose collection of ice, dust, and small rocky particles that typically has a long, narrow orbit
In a heliocentric system, Earth revolves around
The Great Red Spot is a huge storm on
Most asteroids orbit the sun
A doughnut-shaped region that extends from beyond Neptune's orbit to about 100 times Earth's distance from the sun is the
Which phase of mitosis is characterized by the chromosomes attaching to the spindle fibers and aligning in the middle of the cell?
Which phase of the cell cycle is characterized by the formation of two identical cells?
A disease involving uncontrolled and abnormal cellular growth.
Which statement is true of meiosis?
Chromosomes that have the same size and shape are referred to as
What is the function of cytokinesis in meiosis?
Chromosomes that do not determine the sex of an individual are
Which statement is true of meiosis?
When crossing-over takes place, chromosomes
The exchange of segments of DNA between the members of a pair of chromosomes
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the antibiotic penicillin was originally derived from
The highly toxic Aspergillus infects
Human yeast infections are caused by
Which of the following fungus species produces ergot poisoning?
Rusts and smuts are examples of
Which fungus species is responsible for the destruction of American Elm trees?
Inhaling fungal spores can produce
The structure on the surface of a dead tree that indicates a fungus is growing inside are for
How are lichens and mycorrhizae similar?
Mycorrhizae are symbiotic associations between
Which of the following are among the first organisms to colonize barren habitats?
Which fungal group is most commonly found in lichens?
Mycorrhizae surround and infiltrate the ______ of vascular plants.
What are mycorrhizae?
Fungi that live inside plant leaves and provide protection from insects are:
Why are fungi important in recycling woody plants?
If a strong fungicide is released and eliminates all the fungi in an ecosystem, which of the following is likely to happen?
Which fungal group produces swimming, flagellated spores?
In which environment would you most likely find chytrids?
According to the fossil record, the earliest group of fungi is probably the:
The world wide die-off of frogs has been traced to infection by
A zygosporangium is produced by
Which group of fungi appear to lack sexual reproduction?
_____ for beneficial symbiotic relationships with plant roots.
When zygosporangia germinate, they must undergo_________before forming hyphae.
Which fungal phylum usually carries on sexual reproduction?
Black bread mold produces diploid reproductive structures called:
fungal cell walls are different from plant cells walls because fungal walls contain
Which of the following features are characteristics of fungi?
The body of a fungus is generally composed of:
The interwoven mass of cells that forms large structures like an earthstar or a mushroom is:
some fungi are predators (not parasites) of:
which polysaccharide is produced by both fungi and arthropods?
when we eat mushrooms on our pizza we are technically eating the
both bacteria and fungi digest food by:
fungi are similar to plants because they both
fungi usually obtain food by:
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to throw out
a shot; the throwing of medicine into the body by a needle
a word thrown into a sentence or conversation
to feel sad; to feel thrown down in spirit
to throw goods overboard to lighten the load on a boat or an airplane
an object thrown into the air with great force
a machine that throws an image onto a wall
the curved path of an object thrown into space
to throw oneself under someone else's rule
to throw something out because it's defective and can't be used again
to cut apart for the purpose of investigation
a class of small arthropod animals that has three separate sections to their bodies:head, thorax, abdomen
a separate part of a society, group, or area
the point at which two lines or roads meet and cut across each other
surgery on living animals; medical research that involves cutting into living animals to study organs, tissues, or diseases
a separate part of something
to cut across something
to cut into three separate pieces
a couch that is made up of separate pieces
to cut into two pieces
The part of the government that decides what laws mean and if they obey the Constitution
Judges and Courts
The lawmaking body of a state or national government
The branch that enforces laws.
The part of the government the President, Governor, and Mayor head.
The process by which citizens vote for people to represent them.
The leader of a city's government.
The person elected as head of a state.
Type of government we have
Type of government Athens had
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_______________ will you invite to the party?
_________________parked this car needs to move it.
There is a fifty-dollar reward for (whoever, whomever) finds and returns my dog.
(Who, Whom) is Elaine living with?
(Who, Whom) is that man at the end of the alley?
He is the kind of person (who, whom), my father says, will always be able to multiply his money.
Give the package to (whoever, whomever) the group elected.
To (who, whom) should I give this letter?
The parents of that baby, (whoever, whomever) they are, shouldn’t leave it alone.
Can you tell (who, whom) she looks like?
Which of the following sentences uses a personal pronoun incorrectly?
It is _____ who wrote the long-running musical Cats.
Eventually, his friend Trevor Nunn and _____ turned Eliot\'s poems into a musical.
Which of the following contains an reflexive pronoun used as an object of the preposition?
Which of the following incorrectly uses a demonstrative pronoun?
Which of the following sentences contains an interrogative pronoun?
Which of the following sentences does not use an interrogative pronoun?
Which of the following sentences will Kathy add after sentence 3 to elaborate her proposal
Which of the following contains an intransitive verb?
Which of the following sentences does not contain an indirect object?
What is the divisibility rule for 2?
What is the divisibility rule for 3?
What is the divisibility rule for 4?
What is the divisibility rule for 6?
What is the divisibility rule for 9?
What is the divisibility rule for 5?
What is the divisibility rule for 10?
Which is the best explanation for GCF?
What is the best explanation for LCM?
Which of the following numbers is divisible by 4?
Two plants are crossed, resulting in offspirng with a 3:1 ratio for a particular trait. This suggests
When crossing an organism that is homozygous recessive for a single trait with a heterozygote, what is the chance of producing an offspring with the homozygous recessive phenotype?
In cattle, roan coat color is a mixture of red and white hair. Red cattle are (RR) and white are (rr). Which of the following crosses would produce a 1:2:1 ratio?
A women who has normal vision marries a man who had normal vision. They have s on that is color blind. What are the possible genotypes of the child's mother and father?
If a women has type A blood, and a man has type B blood what are the possible genotypes of their offspring?
In a co-dominant cross, a black chicken is crossed with a balck and white chicken. What are the possible genotypes that can be produced?
The genetic make up of an organism is called
What is an allele?
In humans, a male has
Human females produce egg cells that have
What is the first step to solve this equation? 3x - 5 = 13
What is the first step to solve this equation? 4m + 4 = 12
Solve for "m". 4m + 2 = 10
Solve for "x". 3x - 12 = 12
Which sign is always in any equation?
What are you doing in order to solve an equation?
What is the 2nd step to solve this equation? 5n + 12 = 32
Simplify: -6x - 12 = 12
Simplify: s/10 + 2 = 12
What is the first step to solve the equation? x/5 + 8 = 12
I found
he fell
we read
You had
We said
I made
You wanted
They believed
I brought
I walked
Which word is a noun?
Which word is a noun?
Which word is a noun?
Which word is a noun?
Which word is a noun?
Which word is a noun?
Which word is a noun?
Which word is a noun?
Which word is a noun?
Which word is a noun?
9 x 2
12 x 3
4 x 6
7 x 8
9 x 4
7 x 3
6 x 6
4 x 8
7 x 2
12 x 6
In a unitary government system, most of the power is in the hands of the
Which country is an example of a unitary government system?
In a confederation government system, most of the power is in the hands of the
What is a weakness of a confederation government system?
Which Southwest Asian country is an example of a federal system of government?
Who makes most of the important governmental decisions in an autocracy?
Which Southwest Asian country is an autocracy?
Who makes most of the important governmental decision in an oligarchy?
Why do the individual voters have more power in a democracy than they do in an autocracy or an oligarchy?
Which Southwest Asian country has a democratic system of government?
A monarch rules over what type of government system?
Which BEST describes the government of Saudi Arabia?
Which branch of government is responsible for making and carrying out the laws in a parliamentary system of government?
What is the leader of a parliamentary system of government usually called?
The leader of a parliamentary system is chosen by
In a presidential system of government, how is the president chosen?
In a parliamentary system, who is the Head of State?
What is the Israeli parliament called?
What role do religious leaders play in the Israeli government?
What is the definition of a theocracy?
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In project management,an assignment is:
During the closing phase a formal project review is done. It provides an opportunity to:
DDA Stands for
Lecaire is spelled
colville's zip code is
address
hannah is
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black
house
car
street
To store a new or existing file with the same name, which button is used?
Which of the following software programs is a full-featured word processing program that allows users to create professional-looking documents and revise them easily?
On the Title bar, which item enables a user to minimize, maximize, or close the Microsoft Word window?
Nathan is using a business letter template he created earlier and wants to save it with all the customers information. What file type should he select?
What is the control center located below the title bar at the top of the Microsoft Word window called?
Which command is used to close the current document without exiting Microsoft Word?
How do users switch from one ribbon to another in Microsoft Word?
Shameka is a Yearbook Staff member. Every semester she has to create a newsletter. Instead of recreating it each time, what should she create for future use?
Which of the following actions or commands cannot be undone in Microsoft Word?
Which is the shortcut key for accessing Microsoft Office Word Help from the Word window?
Trey wants to use the Black Tie Newsletter template created by Office.com . Which icon would he select to create this document?
What is the correct file format of a normal Microsoft Word template?
How do you access Microsoft Word Help from the Word Window?
What type of template is most appropriate for a FBLA Secretary to use to inform FBLA members of monthly club activities?
Which of the following hidden formatting symbol represents a tab stop in a document?
To save a new file or an existing file in its same storage location, which commonly used shortcut key or keyboard key combination is used?
In the Print dialog box, which area provides a user with a list of available printers?
Which of the following best describes magma?
Magma can form when
In the middle of tectonic plates, volcanoes may form over
What happens along a subduction zone?
Which of these might happen along a convergent boundary?
What is a spreading center?
A transform boundary is a place where blocks of rock
What is a fault?
Most faults and many major geological events occur
As a block of rock moves along a fault, which of the following may occur?
What causes an earthquake?
What is one way that a folded mountain belt can form?
Volcanoes in folded mountain belts form when
Blocks of rock tilt when forces pull Earth's crust apart. Where are tilted blocks of rock commonly
An opening through which lava, rocks, and gases erupt is called a
A dense cloud of super-hot gases and rock fragments that races downhill from an erupting volcano is called a
Most volcanoes occur
Which of these can be dangerous to people who live very far from an erupting volcano?
What is a volcano?
Which of the following signs might indicate that a volcano might soon erupt?
In a Microsoft Word template, which of the following items indicates the location where information should be typed?
The principal emailed the staff to inform them about new policy changes for cell phone use. Which type of document is the most appropriate to use?
Linda is creating a custom template. If she uses the tools found on the Review tab and proofreads her document, which important question is she answering?
Which of the following hidden formatting symbol represents a single space in a document?
Linda is creating a custom template. If it will be quicker to use the template than to recreate the flyer from scratch each time, which important question is she answering?
What is the name of the list of frequently used commands that appears when you right-click an object?
Which window allows a user to see document pages exactly as they will print?
Nathan has created a new business letter and wants to use it repeatedly. What file type does he need to select when saving to protect his original letter?
Trey wants to create his own template from scratch. Which icon would he select to begin this process?
Which dialog box allows a user to create a new folder in the desired storage location?
Which Microsoft Word tab contains the Print command?
To save an existing document with a new file name or to save an existing document in a new location, which command is used?
Which command should you use to cancel a recent command or action?
The principal wants to send out a monthly update of school activities. Which type of document is the most appropriate to use?
Which automatically appears based on tasks you perform, and contains commands related to changing the appearance of text in a document?
What is the name assigned to a file when it is saved?
What is an example of a successful direct-response advertisement?
What best describes the goal of amplified word-of-mouth?
What is a benefit to businesses of positive word-of-mouth communication?
Alexandria has been using Look-So-Good cosmetics for several years and would not consider changing brands. In fact, Alexandria likes the cosmetics so much that she has become an advocate for the cosmetic company. She tells everyone about the featur
What is a common thread among all direct advertising strategies?
A small retail chain that sells specialized products for sports enthusiasts is located in a resort area that receives most of its business during the summer. To increase year-round sales, management wants to use direct-mail advertising. What format
What is a common communications channel used in public relations?
The reason for using certain communications channels, such as coupons, in sales promotion is to
The use of communications channels in public-relations activities is an important part of
Ben recently purchased a cellular telephone. The manufacturer provided a form and a special code with the telephone's packaging. Ben completed the form, copied his sales receipt, and mailed these items back to the manufacturer along with the part o
What communication channels is a corporation's public-relations department most likely to use to maintain positive relationships with shareholders?
During one scene of a popular television show, an actor pours a box of brand-name cereal into a bowl and begins to eat it. What does this exemplify?
What is the definition of ELEMENT?
What is the definition of ATOM?
What is the definition of PROTON?
What is the definition of NEUTRON?
What is the definition of ELECTRON?
What is the definition of ATOMIC NUMBER?
What is the definition of MASS NUMBER?
What is the definition of ISOTOPE?
What is the definition of NUCLEUS?
When is your Exam over Unit 4?
DNA is made up of subunits called
The subunits of DNA are made up what components 


The outside of the DNA molecule, or the backbone, is made out of what?
What base bonds with Adenine (A)?
During DNA replication, a complementary strand of DNA is made for each original DNA strand. Thus, if a portion of the original strand is CCTAGCT, then the new strand will be




The process of making more DNA is called


Who were the two scientists that created the first model of a DNA molecule?


All of the following are true about the structure of DNA except

An error in DNA replication can cause

Enzymes called helicases are responsible for unwinding the DNA double helix by breaking the ____________________ bonds that hold the complementary strands together.
Which of the following is an example of a parasitic fungal disease?
Single celled fungi are known as:
Ascomycetes can damage cotton garments because they produce protease and
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What is the role of the president regarding the laws passed by the legislature?
Who is allowed to vote in Israeli elections?
How often are elections held for the national government in Israel?
Saudi Arabia is ruled by a
How long does a monarch rule in their country?
How do the people in a monarchy participate in their government?
What is Shariah law?
Who is the Ayatollah?
Why is Iran sometimes called a theocratic republic?
In which Southwest Asian country do male citizens have to be 21 years or older to vote?
A log on fire gives off what products?
The process whereby plants capture light energy and make glucose molecules is known as -
Which instrument was used in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and helped scientists to develop the cell theory?
Which of the following is a prokaryotic organism?
Which adaptation would be beneficial to plants living in low light?
The nucleus functions MOST like -
Which of the following is found in animal cells but not plant cells?
The command center of the cell is
How does a selectively permeable membrane affect the life of a cell?
The factors that affect diffusion include all of the following except -
Water is able to transport freely across a cell because water is -
When your hands are immersed in dishwater for long periods of time, your skin looks bloated. This is an example of what type of -
What process produces two genetically identical cells?
Which of the following is/are passed on from parent to offspring?
A phenotype is -
Which scientists discovered the structure of DNA?
The value of genetic diversity is closely linked to -
Watson and Crick are scientists credited with -
Which of the following techniques makes good use of the human genome for the purpose of determining the gene code for a particular disease?
Why is the study of stem cells important towards gaining an understaning of how to restore movement and feeling to paralyzed individuals?
What is revenue?
What is an effigy?
What is a resolution?
What is a boycott?
What were the writs of assistance?
What was nonimportation?
What does repeal mean?
What was the Proclamation of 1763?
What was the Sugar Act?
Why did Parliament repeal the Stamp Act?
The official language dialect used in China today is
Sun Yat-sen was well known for
The Kuomintang was
The Chinese Communist leader who defeated the Nationalists was
The ideas of nationalism, democracy and livelihood could be found in the Chinese doctrine known as
Acupuncture is used in
The Analects contained
Which country does not border China
The young students involved in the Cultural Revolution were referred to as the
This substance is often used by a Taoist to explain his or her beliefs
This Emperor was responsible for building the Great Wall
The Forbidden City is found in
Which philosophy does not influence most people in China
Confucius was a
Which of the following is not one of the Four Noble Truths
In traditional Chinese society, marriage was
Filial Piety can best be defined as
Buddhism was imported into China from
This desert stretches across northern China
This man followed Mao Zedong as leader of China
When something is perfectly suited for a particular purpose.
When something or someone is sitting right on the edge of something.
When something is packed into a space tightly.
When something is falling hard and hitting with force.
When someone has left quietly and secretively.
When someone says something suddenly or impulsively.
When something or someone has been left some place and it cannot get back.
What is the definition of wedged?
What is the definition of blurted?
What is the definition of ideal?
On p. 34 of your text, the image shows a ___________ concentration of oxygen outside of the cell, therefore oxygen moves ________ the cell
In figure 24A on p. 35, the picture shows that water will move
The example on p. 34 is an example of _________________
On p. 35, figure 24B shows water moving out of the cell, which answer best explains the reason why?
On p. 35, figure 24C water moves into the cell because
Diffusion is an example of how molecules move _________ a concentration gradient.
On p. 36, the purple molecules represent________
Which method of active transport is being illustrated on p. 36?
Once the particle is engulfed by endocytosis, a _____________ is formed within the cell
Three substances that are carried into and out of a cell through a transport protein pump are___
"They can win these skirmishes in the woods, but as soon as the British catch them in planned battle they'll be done for." What is the definition of the word skirmishes?
"Father said that surveyors always knew about the good deals on land and could get rich gambling." What does the word surveyor mean?
"Sam said his regiment had made a magnificent retreat and the British were lucky they'd got out of it alive." What does the word regiment mean?
"A lot of times they were on very short rations, eating just hardtack and water day after day." What does the word hardtack mean?
"The boy has to learn a lesson, he's far too headstrong." What does the word headstrong mean?
"The cows were edging out into the pastures alongside the road looking for forage." What does the word forage mean?
"All that part of Westchester County had gotten to be a kind of no man's land, with roving bands wandering around plundering people." What does the word plundering mean?
"Scattered along the riverbank were docks and wharves with skiffs and rowboats tied up to them." What does the word skiff mean?
"The people in Mohegan heard that a drover from Norfield had been shot two days ago and his cattle driven off." What does the word drover mean?
"He said that Sam was too smart a boy to be fooled by sedition." What does the word sedition mean?
Which of the following statements about ATMOSPHERIC BEAM DEPLETION is false
DURING THE SUMMER SOLSTICE (JUNE 21/22)
THE SEASONS OCCUR FOR SEVERAL REASONS. WHICH IS A REASON
DIURNAL TEMPERATURES REFER TO
RADIATION, CONDUCTION AND CONVECTION ARE ATMOSPHERIC ENERGY PROCESSES. WHICH STATEMENT IS FALSE?
INSOLATION IS THE AMOUNT OF SOLAR RADIATION REACHING EARTH'S SURFACE
SCATTERING, REFLECTION AND _________ ARE THREE OF THE THINGS THAT HAPPEN DURING INSOLATION.
SCATTERING OCCURS WHEN
THE GREENHOUSE EFFECT IS
THE EARTH'S ENERGY BALANCE IS
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Why does warm air rise and cold air sink?
What is the atmosphere?
When the amount of energy received from the sun and the amount of energy returned to space are about equal, it is called
Air temperature changes as altitude increases because of
When air near the ground is warmed by sunlight, which of the following occurs?
Energy transferred as heat through a material is called
Energy transferred as electromagnetic waves is called
The wind belt in which most of the United States is located and has winds that blow from 30 degrees to 60 degrees latitude in both hemispheres is called
The ozone layer is located in which layer of the atmosphere?
When does a sea breeze usually occur?
The process by which gases in the atmosphere absorb thermal energy and radiate it back to earth is called
Which answer best describes Earth's atmosphere?
By which method does most thermal energy in the atmosphere circulate?
In which direction does the jet stream that influences weather across the continental United States usually flow?
el almuerzo
la cena
el desayuno
la bebida
la comida
el huevo
el jugo
la leche
el pan
la naranja
la manzana
las uvas
el queso
el jamón
la sopa
la hamburguesa
el café
el yogur
el jugo de naranja
el jugo de manzana
Following a rash of newspaper criticism for being overpaid, a multimillion-dollar athlete signed up to be a volunteer spokesperson for Special Olympics. What was the athlete attempting to accomplish by promoting this move to the press?
Sport/event organizations develop and generate newsletters to
What information should a business obtain to get its news releases used?
Which of the following is an advantage to a sport organization that develops an interactive relationship with the broadcast and print media:
Why is it important for professional sport organization to develop relationships with the media?
To develop positive relationships with the media, an advertising agency's public-relations director must be
What do businesses need to remember after they send a news release to the media?
What do sport/event planners often develop to encourage television and newspaper coverage?
When writing news releases, businesses should avoid including their
Developing positive relationships with people who work for local television stations and newspaper publishers is a way for an advertising agency to generate _______ for its clients.
Ms. Johnson did not proofread a news release before it was mailed to the media, and several errors were found later. In order to minimize the damage that may result, Ms. Johnson should
One reason sport/event organizers often plan a day to give the media an opportunity to visit the site in advance is to encourage the media to
What do businesses often include with a news release to attract an editor's attention:
When sport/event marketers use ongoing, two-way communication to build trust and goodwill with the media, they are creating a(n) ____________ relationship.
When a sport organization employee creates a promotional script for a sport announcer to read during a pregame award ceremony, the employee should
What do professional sport teams design for use during games that often become promotional tools because fans take them home?
The purpose of designing an event program that contains space for advertisements is to
Which of the following do event organizers often include in an event to add interest and excitement to the event:
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tener hambre
tener sed
ahora
comprar
escribir
nutritivo
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para
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porque
con
comer
beber
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hacer
leer
aprender
vivir
compartir
The shorter the interval between the arrival of p and s waves, the closer a city is to an earthquake's ____________
The type of boundary that destroys crustal material
The type of rock that forms along divergent boundaries, such as the mid oceanic ridge?
This type of rock most often contains fossils, limestone is an example
Cave formation is a result of weathering by ________________, such as when limestone drips form stalagtites
Creep, Saltation, and Suspension are types of ____________ erosion
Mass wasting, landslides, avalanches, etc. are all caused by what erosive force?
Major mineral resources such as copper are often found at convergent subduction zones. What geographic feature is often found here as well:
What kind of boundaries are often associated with earthquakes that offset geology
Two major things that affect how much sediment can be transported in a stream are:
Which result reflects an IT project that is poorly managed?
A SWOT analysis is an integral part of the planning phase because it allows you to:
If the budget for a project were cut in half, which would be the most likely result?
Which statement best describes the difference between intranets and extranets?
How does scope creep undermine the success of a project?
Which is an interactive Web-based seminar typically conducted from speaker to participants?
What are the three elements of the project triangle?
Which is the best way to coordinate an interactive meeting for people from different cities?
A needs analysis:
What can you do during execute control phases to discuss progress respond to project issues
What does a Statement of Work outline?
In project management, a task is:
Which is a Web-based seminar that is interactive between participants and presenter?
Which of the following is an advantage of using a Webcast instead of an in-person meeting?
In project management, a project is:
What are project stakeholders?
In contrast to meetings that take place in person, a Webcast offers the advantage of:
Milestones can add significant value to project scheduling because:
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Mi van a rajzgek masik neve?
Ki a leghiresebb magyar az informatikaban?
Melyik informatikai ceghez nem kotodik Bill Gates es Steve Jobs?
Melyik allitas nem igaz az egerre?
Valtsd at a 666 szamot kettesszamrendszerben!
Milyen tizesszamrendszerbeli szamot rejt ez a szam:100011100
A tizenhatos szamrendszerben az E milyen tizesszamrendszerbeli szamnak felel meg?
Hogyan hivjak angolul a kepernyot?
Mikor alapitottak a IBM-et?
Milyen csatlakozo kell a pendrive hasznalatahoz?
Mit jelölünk igy: A, B...AA...AAA
Mi a cella?
Hogyan nevezzuk az ablaknak azt a reszet, ahol a beirt kepletek megjelennek?
Milyen hivatkozas talahato az alabbi peldaban: $A1?
Milyen szamformatummal tudjuk a hetfot 12 alakra hozni?
Mi tortenik, ha a szamformatumhoz a kovetkezot irjuk be: [piros]
Mi a Microsoft Excel (2012) alapertelmezett kiterjesztese?
Melyik nem diagram tipus?
Melyik nem tartozik a diagramhoz?
Melyik valasz formatuma egyezik meg az alabbi szamformatummal: # ##0,00?
Two or more different kinds of atoms bonded together
Found on the Periodic Table
Zinc
Carbon Dioxide
Water
NO
Al
Helium
NaCl
A pure substance represented by a chemical symbol made up of one type of atom
Which of the following is NOT true about compounds?
Which of the following statements is true about the properties of compounds?
The only way to break down a compound is through a(n)
What compound is used by plants in photosynthesis to make carbohydrates?
The elements in a compound
When two or more elements join together chemically
The physical properties of compounds do NOT include
Which of the following will NOT break down compounds?
How do elements join to form compounds?
What compound helps give carbonated beverages their “fizz”?
Using the rock cycle diagram what two processes must happen to an igneous rock to be broken down into sediments?
Using the rock cycle diagram metamorphic rocks going through weathering and erosion become what?
Using the rock cycle diagram igneous rock formed from magma goes through these two processes.
Using the rock cycle diagram igneous rocks go through these two processes to form metamorphic rock
Using the rock cycle diagram what process must metamorphic rocks go through to become magma?
Using the rock cycle diagram sediments go through which two processes to form sedimentary rocks?
Using the rock cycle diagram what are the three types of rocks that can be formed?
Using the rock cycle diagram what three things can go to the melting process?
Using the rock cycle diagram what two kinds of rocks go through the processces of heat and pressure to form metamorphic rocks?
Using the rock cycle diagram what types of rocks go through weathering and erosion to form sediments?
Which of the following is NOT a state of matter?
When you mix liquid soap, you are making a
Which of these units is NOT used to measure length?
When you mix oil and water, the oil rises to the top. This means the water has more
When the tiny particles of water get closer together, what happens to the water?
Which of the following is an example of a physical change?
The amount of material that an object contains is its
The amount of mass in a certain volume of a material is its
The prefix kilo- means
This has mass and takes up space
What characteristic describes this igneous rock called scoria?
What characteristic describes this igneous rock called pumice?
What characteristic describes this igneous rock called perlite?
What characteristic describes this sedimentary rock called sandstone?
What characteristic describes this igneous rock called gneiss?
What characteristic describes this sedimentary rock called banded iron?
What characteristic describes this sedimentary rock called a conglomerate?
What characteristic describes this igneous rock called granite?
What characteristic describes this sedimentary rock called sandstone?
What characteristic describes this igneous rock called diorite?
What is the volume of a box that measures 3 meters x 2 meters x 1 meter?
How many milligrams equal one gram?
This ALWAYS results in a different substance
Which of the following is an example of making a solution suspension?
Why do scientists use agreed-on units of measurement
If you want to find the volume of an irregular object, such as a rock, you could use a
Which one is NOT a physical change
Which one is NOT a chemical change
A change in the type of matter is a
A change in the physical properties of an object is a
Is the x axis line horizontal or verticle
When plotting points, where do you start?
In which direction do you fist move when plotting points?
In the equation x+y=6, if x is -2 what is y?
In the equation x+y=8, what does x = if y is 5
If a line decreases as it moves to the right the slope is?
the slope equation is
How many quadrants does a grid have?
The center of the grid is
points are given as:
These igneous rocks form above the surface of the Earth.
These type of rocks form when sediments are deposited, compressed, and cemented together.
This type of rock has mineral grains that aren't lined up.
In this process sediment is squeezed and the size of the pore space is reduced.
This rock's name means fire.
These rocks contain a mixture of coarse and fine grains.
These rocks have mineral grains that are lined up in rows, bands, or layers.
Rocks that have minerals that are too small to be seen are called
This type of rock is formed from pre-existing rocks that are altered by heat and pressure.
Material made from loose rock fragments, minerals and organic material
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The usual tempo pattern of symphony movements is
He's NOT a classical composer:
The first and last movements of a symphony are usually in
Sonata-Allegro from consists of
Coda is Italian for
The recapitualtion
Matthew has written a report on the history of North Carolina FBLA that he will be sharing with other members of FBLA across the country. He wants to make sure that he is listed as the author in the document. Which feature should he use?
Michelle has created a document for her FBLA Officers. She would like for them to be able to view it and provide feedback. Which feature would she use?
Matthew has written a report on the history of North Carolina FBLA that he will be sharing with other members of FBLA across the country. He wants to make sure that FBLA members with disabilities will be able to view all of the content in the documen
Which command on the Review Ribbon limits how people edit or format specific parts of a document?
Matthew has written a report on the history of North Carolina FBLA that he will be sharing with other members of FBLA across the country. He wants to make sure that the document doesn't contain any personal information before he sends it. Which featu
Kash has created a document that needs to be protected. Only certain users should be able to open the document. What option should be used to limit the access of the document to certain users?
Erin has written a business plan that she will be sharing with other members of FBLA across the country. She wants to make sure that FBLA members who are using an older version of Microsoft Word will be able to view all of the content in the document
Kash has created a document for his school's FBLA Officers to edit. What feature would he utilize to view which users make changes within the documents?
Dylan has created a FBLA document that users can access but not modify. Which feature would he utlize?
Which area on the File tab has the command allowing a Microsoft Word document to be shared as a blog post?
Erin has written a business plan that she will be sharing with other members of FBLA across the country. She wants to make sure that she is listed as the author in the document. Which feature should she use?
Alyse uses Word frequently to write memos at her job. As she works, she wants to be able to quickly open documents without going into backstage view. Which area in backstage view should she use to change this setting?
Jennifer, President of FBLA, is writing a document which contains numerous uses of the abbreviation of the term association as assoc. After each occurrence the next word is capitalized. What command can she use to prevent the application from automat
Jennifer is typing a report which contains numerous abbreviations of states. It would be helpful if each time she keyed a state abbreviation it would be capitalized. What command can she access to engage this process?
Alyse uses Word frequently to write memos at her job. She wants all of her documents to show formatting marks by default. Which area in backstage view should she use?
Ann wants to use the insert key to control the overtype mode. Which backstage option should she choose?
Jennifer is keying a list of ordinal numbers(1st, 2nd, 3rd). As she types, Word automatically changes the text portion of the ordinal numbers to superscript. Which feature is Word using to accomplish this?
Coleman uses Word frequently to create newsletters at her job. She wants to make sure that her name is shown as the author for all of her documents. Which area in backstage view should she use?
Avery is writing a report for his Personal Finance class. His computer seems to be having power issues and keeps restarting. He decides to change the time of scheduled file back up feature from 10 to 5 minutes. Which command would he access to enable
Coleman uses Word frequently to create newsletters at her job. She wants to change the location where she would go to recover documents. Which area in backstage view should she use?
0.32 L = ? mL
1,250 kg = ? g
1.5 km = ? cm
0.05 m = ? cm
230 mg = ? cg
130 cm = ? mm
The smallest unit of an element that maintains the properties of the element is called --
A substance that cannot be separated or broken down into simpler substances by chemical means is called a(n) --
A substance made up of atoms of two or more different elements joined by chemical bonds is called a(n) --
A combination of two or more substances that are not chemically combined is known as a(n)
What element is always found in an organic substance?
What is the second question that you ask when determining if a compound is organic?
What is the atomic number for Oxygen
What is the atomic mass of oxygen?
How do you determine the number of protons in an atom?
How do you determine the number of neutrons in an atom?
How do you determine the total number of electrons in an atom?
How do you determine the number of valence electrons in an atom?
How many protons are in an atom of oxygen?
How many neutrons are in an atom of Fluorine?
As the European powers grew more industrialized, their colonies became very important as sources of
Why did apartheid in South Africa end during the 1990s?
From 1948 until the mid 1990s, this nation was fully segregated in terms of education, medical care, and access to all other public facilities. Black citizens were not given citizenship, were not allowed to vote and were even forced to live on homel
Although this nation has made great progress in protecting the personal freedoms of its citizens since apartheid ended here in 1994, many people still live in poverty and the nation is faced with crime, corruption, and an HIV/AIDS epidemic. Which cou
Out of the experience of an extraordinary human disaster that lasted too long, must be born a society of which all humanity will be proud. The time for the healing of the wounds has come. The moment to bridge the chasms that divide us has come. Never
How did 18th- and 19th-Century European imperialism help to cause nationalism in Asian and African countries?
At the end of the 19th Century, what country won control of South Africa in the Boer Wars?
Why did African states face so many problems following their successful independence movements?
• He was the voice of the anti-apartheid movment in South Africa. • He was jailed by the government for 27 years on charges of sabotage and other crimes committed while he led the movement against apartheid. • Upon his release from prison he helpe
According to the Ethnic Diversity in 2002 map, which movement is MOST LIKELY to have significant difficulty achieving its stated goals?
Which of the following is a famous Renaissance Writer?
A similarity between the ancient western African kingdoms of Mali, Ghana, and Songhai is that these kingdoms
One reason the ancient kingdoms in western Africa prospered was that they
A characteristic of the Renaissance was that
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