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Which idea about leadership would Niccolo Machiavelli most likely support?
Which condition in society was basic to the development of Greek philosophy and Renaissance art?
In Europe, a major characteristic of humanism was
Leonardo Da Vinci painted which of the following
Martin Luther’s Ninety-Five Theses were a call for
During the Renaissance, which development contributed most to the Protestant Reformation?
Indulgences are
Which was a characteristic of feudalism in both medieval Europe and Japan?
The code of bushido of the Japanese samurai is most similar to
How many total electrons are in an atom of Fluorine?
How many valence electrons are in an atom of Fluorine
What is the name of group 1 on the periodic table?
What is the name of group 17 on the periodic table?
In general, where are non-metals found on the periodic table
In general, where are metals found on the periodic table?
What are the columns of the periodic table called?
Which of the following elements is a metal?
Which of the following elements is a non-metal?
Which graph do you use when representing parts of a whole?
Elements in the same group/family have similar properties because they have the same --
Which of the following is not a property of a metal?
What shape of pattern shows the metalloids on the periodic table?
Which of the following elements is a metalloid?
Which of the following elements is a noble gas?
Which of the following elements is an Alkaline Earth Metal?
How many valence electrons do noble gases contain?
What state of matter do most elements on the periodic table exist in naturally?
Which category makes up most of the periodic table?
What is the most reactive group of metals on the periodic table?
Thermal energy transferred by circulation of a liquid or gas is called
Why is air pressure greatest at the Earth's surface?
Local winds are produced by
Most solar energy that reaches Earth's atmosphere is
The bottom layer of the atmosphere, where almost all weather occurs, is the
The winds that blow from 30 degrees latitude in both hemispheres toward the equator are called
What causes wind?
When is a land breeze most likely to occur?
Global winds that blow from west to east are called
What causes differences in air pressure around the Earth?
The winds that blow from the poles to 60 degrees latitude in both hemispheres are called
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Was machte Steven?
What kind of verb has a past participle ending in "n" that may change form?
What kind of verb has a past participle ending in "t" and never changes stem?
Der Peter:
What are the NARRATIVE PAST endings for a STRONGGGG verb?
What are the NARRATIVE PAST endings for a "weak" verb?
A ________ rock forms from cooling magma.
Examples of non-silicate minerals include:
The process of restoring the land to its original form after mining is called _________.
What is the parent rock of gneiss?
Streak is _________.
___________ is the breakdown of rock into smaller material.
A silicate mineral contains __________.
What causes a rock to become metamorphic?
Which types of rocks can become metamorphic?
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of a mineral?
Properties of minerals:
Which of the following processes are in the correct order
What is the parent rock of Marble?
Where did intrusive igneous rock form?
Extrusive igneous rock has crystals that are
All of the following are identifying characteristics of igneous rock EXCEPT:
Foliation is
In which type of rock do fossils form?
What is the parent rock of slate?
Sedimentary rock can be classified according to all of the following BUT:
Use the modified block style...
Use the formal block style...
List the correct order for the contents of a good news letter.
The direct method is most commonly used for...
State the purpose of a goodwill closing.
What content should be placed at the beginning of a good news letter?
What content should be placed at the end of a good news letter?
What content should be placed after the main point in a good news letter?
What method is commonly used for good news letters?
Which statement about formal block style letters is false?
Diffusion is....
Osmosis is...
Water is made up of particles called ________________?
Pure water has ____________ concentration of molecules.
If you mix something in water, you ___________ the concentration.
Only certain substances can pass through (a membrane) means it is......
Osmosis occurs in plants.
Small particles, such as sugars, cross the cell membrane through passageways called ________________.
The movement of particles across a cell membrane without the use of energy is...
The movement of particles across a cell membrane with the use of energy is...
How did the first people probably get to North America?
Why did the first people travel to North America?
What crop was not and important crop of the first farmers?
Algonquian traveled all theses ways EXCEPT
Why did Algonquian move into woods during winter?
During the Harvest moon what was the Algonquians role?
Why did Iroquois form the Iroquois League?
Algonquins main shelter was called this.
The roles of women in the Iroquois including all of the following except this
The formation of the Iroquois League helped in all ways EXCEPT this
A person is always pleased when others laugh at ________ jokes.
Ask Lisa and Francesca for __________ opinions.
All citizens should accept (his or her, their) responsibilities.
Elena, who wrote __________ history paper on Filipino immigration after World War II, could probably answer your question.
Any student who comes up with __________ own original topic should get Mr. Chuen to approve it.
Which of the following does not have correct pronoun antecedent agreement?
Hattie McDaniel, who won an Oscar for __________ performance in Gone with the Wind, was the first African American to win an Academy Award.
Clayton is someone who sets __________ goals high and never backs away from a challenge.
The younger cat, which tends to devour __________ food too fast, has been put on a special feeding schedule.
Each student was given a locker for __________ equipment.
Which word is most similar to cease?
What are you most likely to see in a desert?
Which is considered to be dense?
Which of the following would be most expensive?
Which would you descend down into?
Who would you most likely have as a guest?
For which activity would you need a racket?
Which word could describe an appology when you really mean it?
Which word descibes what you did when you didn't know the answer?
Which of the following is considered vast?
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Any material found in the Earth that can be used by people
A resource that can be replaced as it is used; usually it can be replaced in an average person’s lifetime
A resource that cannot be replaced in an average person’s lifetime once it is used up
Formed from the remains of organisms that were once alive
the process of breaking rock into soil, sand, and other tiny pieces
Rock formed from sediments, such as sand or mud, that become cemented together over time
the process of moving sediment from one place to another
to press, join, or pack firmly together; this takes place over many years and forms sedimentary rock
The hardening together of sediments to form sedimentary rock
the natural process of dead animal or plant tissue rotting or breaking down
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By losing one valence electron, a sodium atom becomes
Which results from sodium transferring an electron to a chlorine atom
A negatively charged ion is a(n)
What is the charge of a Magnesium ion?
Name this formula: MgO
Name this formula: LiF
Name this formula: FeO
Which is a molecule?
How many pairs of electrons must two Nitrogens share to become stable?
Compound made from only two elements.
The suffix -ide occurs in the names of
Resistance to a change in motion is
Friction is
When rolling down a hill, which object will require the greatest force to stop it?
Mrs. Stamm is driving with her coffee cup on top of her car. When she hits the brakes, her coffee cup falls forward. Which of Newton's Laws does this demonstrate?
A change in an object's speed or direction is
Unbalanced Forces cause
If you are riding a bicycle at a constant speed on a track, at what two points is your velocity the same?
If an object is moving at a steady speed, then the Net Force is
If an object's speed does not change, how is the acceleration affected?
How do you calculate Net Force when two forces are pointing in the same direction?
Short, passing fashion.
Someone who makes new things.
Able to produce flowers.
Not living.
Necessary for life.
To reawaken
Something created of made
Liveliness
Having to do with flowers.
A person who sells plants or flowers.
To send messages.
To break down or decay.
The study of living things.
The study of animals.
To cut apart and study.
The science of farming and growing food.
Coming from nature.
An animal that hunts other animals for food.
Rich
To have enough money to buy.
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Who is Clint Barton
Who is my favourite Guardian of the Galaxy
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What is our sun?
What is one of the elements that makes up the sun?
Which planet looks like our moon?
Which planet is the hottest
Which planet has the shortest year (88 Earth Days)?
Which planet looks smooth and featureless?
What are the light and dark areas of the moon called
Which planet is known as the red planet?
Which of these have humans not set foot on?
Where are there no plate tectonics?
It would take 5 years to get to this planet and 5 years to get back.
What are the outer layers of Jupiter made of?
What is the largest planet in our solar system?
Which is the least dense planet?
Which planet is tilted on its side?
How many moons are discovered around Uranus
Which is the furthest planet from the sun
Closed-end credit is also known as revolving credit.
“Balance transfer fees” and “cash advance fees” are both examples of Transaction Fees.
The trade-off to no credit history check is lower interest rates and fees.
A borrower is a person or organization that makes funds available for others to borrow.
Public information on your credit report includes things like tax leins, bankruptcy, and foreclosures.
The three credit reporting agencies are Equifax, TransUnion, and Experian.
Credit availability depends on lenders trusting that you will pay back the loan as agreed.
A Schumer Box helps you to closely compare credit card offers by displaying the information in plain English in an easy-to-read table.
It is important to read your monthly credit card statement to check for errors or unauthorized charges.
A cash advance is when you use your credit card at an ATM to withdraw cash.
Paying the minimum payment on a credit card every month will:
Sarah will turn 18 next month. She plans to apply for a credit card. Which statement is true?
When may a person view his/her credit report for free?
Which of the following is NOT included in an individual’s credit report?
The maximum amount that you can borrow at any one time
known as 'reorganization', when a repayment plan is created to pay back a portion of your debt over a 3-5 year period
A quick guideline for how much debt you should reasonably have.
When money is taken directly from your wages to pay back debts.
The Classical Period Begins Circa
A symphony usually has
An independent part of a compound form is called a
An instrumental work for 1 to 8 instruments, in three movements is a
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The customers you would most like to attract are your
Demographic examples are data that describe a group of people in terms of their
Psychographic examples are data that describe a group of people in terms of their
A description of the characteristics of the person or company that is likely to purchase a product or service is
When you gather information for market research, you will use
Secondary data is found
Which of the following is not a way to collect primary data?
The data collected in a telephone survey are
Which of the following is not a step in primary market research?
Secondary data sources can provide
Because the tundra is so close to the _________, summer days are 24 hours long.
Many animals ________, or sleep during the worst part of the winter.
The word tundra comes from a Finnish word that means __________.
_____________ are short.
The ________ is the layer os soil that is frozen.
The tundra biome is the ___________ of all biomes.
There is very little ________ in the tundra.
Only plants with _________ roots, such as grasses and small shrub, grow in the tundra.
_________ are long.
Tundra plants get their energy from the sun through ___________.
A description of the characteristics of the person or company that is likely to purchase a product or service
Information collected for the first time to fit a specific purpose
The people that are interested in a particular product or service and are willing and able to pay for it
An interview with groups of target customers who provide valuable ideas on products or services
A system for collecting, recording, and analyzing information about customers, competitors, good, and services
A concept that uses the needs of customers as the primary focus during the planning, production, distribution, and promotion of a product or service
Groups of customers within a large market who share common characteristics
Data that describe a group of people in terms such as age, marital status, family size, and ethnicity
Data found in already published sources
Data that describe a group of people in terms of their tastes, opinions, personality traits, and leftstyle habits
Teresa saw that the avaocaods in her local market were priced at 2 for $1.50. What would be the cost of 7 avocados?
A hand saw blade is 30 inches long and has 165 teeth. How many teeth per inch are there on the saw blade?
A 20-lb bag of fertilizer costs $19.60. What is the cost per pound?
Bailey had a 1:24 scale model of a van she was designing. On her modle, the cargo space measured 3 in x 4 in x 2 in. How large is the cargo space in the van in cubic feet?
Mike finds that he is able to read 6 pages of an 18-page history assignment in 15 minutes. At the same rate, how long will it take him to read all 18 pages?
Students in a microbiology class found the ratio of amoeba to paramecium in a sample to be 3 to 1, If the number of pamecium was 1500, how many amoeba were present?
The graph depicts the approximate relationship between liters and gallons. According to the graph, one gallon is approximately how many liters?
The graph shows the approximate relationship between the number of cenitmeters and inches. According to the graph, one inch is approximately how many centimeters?
The map has a scale of 1 cm = 67 miles. Which of the equations could be used to determine the actual distance between Houston and San Antonio, d?
Which of the following could be used to find p, the number of pints in 64 ounces?
Animal-like Protist is called a...
Heterotrophs get food from....
Organisms that produce food from sunlight are called...
Which single celled organism uses pseudopods to move around?
What does the paramecium use to move?
A whip-like tail used for motion and sensing surrounds is called a...
Which organism is an Autotrophs?
A colony of alga forming a hollow ball is called a...
Autotrophic organism that can be unicellular or multicellular are called...
Single celled organisms with a nucleus from the kingdom Protista are called...
Which of the following is the best example of a physical adaptation?
Which of the following is a good physical adaptation
Which of the following best describes an adaptation
A clydesdale is a large horse will long hair. Based on this which environment does a Clydesdale live in?
Cockroaches are hard to kill, eat anything, and can hide easily. Where are they best adapted to?
How do new adaptations happen?
Why do adaptations take so long?
Why are dichtomous keys helpful?
How many choices does a dichotomous key have in each question?
Which of the following best describes adaptations
Traits passed from parent to offspring
Chromosomes are made up of message units called ____________.
The ability to play an instrument is a ____________.
The trait that is expressed is the __________ trait.
The process of altering genes is called______________.
Two different dominant genes for a trait will result in __________.
Which mother/father gene combination could result in a child with blue eyes (blue is the recessive trait) ?
If a mother has both dominant genes for tongue rolling (TT) and the father cannot roll his tongue- what are the chances that their child will be able to roll their tongue?
A red flower plant and a white flower plant cross and produce a pink flower plant. What does this represent?
The trait that is masked by another trait.
Weather and climate are different in what way?
The Koppen Classification System has 5 main categories. Which of the following is NOT one of the categories?
Which of the following is a characteristic of humid tropical climate?
Which of the following is a characteristic of a dry climate?
Which of the following is a characteristic of a humid mid latitude region?
Which of the following is a characteristic of polar regions?
Which characteristic is found in the highland region?
Why is biodivserity important to an ecosystem?
True or False: Abiotic and biotic factors interact to create a biome.
Why do invasive species threaten biodiversity?
Many Jewish immigrants settled in New York City, while most Chinese settled in California, and Scandinavians settled in the Midwest. What is one reason for these patterns?
The first wave of immigrants to the United States was largely from northern and central Europe. Where did most of the second wave of immigrants come from?
Which group of immigrants experienced the quickest processing and were most likely to be accepted into the country?
What was the goal of many nativists with respect to immigration?
Which of the following is NOT an example of the Americanization movement in action?
What happened to the population of cities in the period between the Civil War and the 1920s?
What does it mean for a city to be stratified?
What was urban planner Daniel Burnham's greatest contribution to cities?
Where did most immigrants choose to live when they entered the United States in the late 1800s or early 1900s?
Who published How the Other Half Lives, which influenced politicians in New York and nationwide to clean up the evils of tenement life?
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This branch enforces the laws
This branch interprets the laws.
This branch makes the laws
How many members are in Congress?
How many members are in the Senate?
How many members are in House of Representatives?
How many members are in Supreme Court?
How many years is the term of office for a Senator?
How many years is the term of office for the President?
Define APPLAUD.
Define crafty.
Which is a sentence that best describes the word DISCLOSE?
Which sentence is a DECLARATIVE sentence using the word DRAB?
Which word is an Antonym of or opposite of ENTIRE?
Define EXCLAIM.
Which sentence is an INTERROGATIVE sentence using the word EXQUISITE?
Which word has the opposite or close to the opposite meaning as... INTEND to go
Which word has the same or close to the same meaning as... JEER at
To PEER at something is to....
This economy has private business owners, driven by the consumers, supply and demand.
An economy that is a combination of market and command.
This economy is based on the traditions and customs of the people, natural resources.
This economy is controlled by the government.
The government makes all decisions in this economy.
Your government controls the steel industries, but allows individual companies to make and sell whatever they choose.
In this country business owners are free to make and sell whatever they wish with no government control.
This economy is based on what people’s ancestors have always done.
The government controls tells the factories what to make, how to make it, and what price to charge.
The tribes of the Amazon Rainforest practice this economy.
This country practices the free enterprise system, but the government makes some decisions about the economy.
This country has business owners and customers that make decisions about what to make, sell, and buy.
This country has a communist government that makes the choice of what goods to produce.
The study of the production, distribution, and use of goods and services.
A limited supply of something.
All of the activities people do to earn a living are part of the ?
The total value of all the goods and services produced in one country.
Which operation would I use for this equation: y - 3
Which operation would I use for this equation : 6m
Which operation would I use for this equation: 7 + n
Which operation would I use for this equation: 9/b
There are 20 golf balls in a bucket. There are X white golf balls and 5 orange golf balls. Which equation illustrates this situation?
What is A + 5 if A = 3
What is 15 - C if C = 6
What is C/A if C = 6 and A = 3
What is 10R if R =30
What is 48/P if P = 12
What is R - Q if R = 30 and Q = 2
What is the product of y and 10 if Y = 7
What is the sum of M and 82 if M = 13
What is the difference of D and 14 if D =9
What is the quotient of 42 and Z if Z = 6
Which algebraic expression represents this phrase: 9 less than E
What algebraic expression represents this phrase: Triple H
Which algebraic expression represents this phrase: P divided by 4
Which algebraic expression would you use to solve this word problem : There are X students trying out for the hockey team. Only 12 will be chosen. How many students will not be chosen?
Which algebraic expression would you use to solve this word problem: There are M students who volunteered to pick up trash. The teacher said she wishes she had 5 times as many volunteers. How many volunteers would the teacher like to have?
What is the function of the respiratory system?
Where does respiration first BEGIN?
What muscle helps push air out of your lungs?
The air sacs that drop off oxygen and pick up carbon dioxide are called _________
What is the tree in the lungs that air travels through?
The windpipe or tube that air travels through is called the __________
The air cave that air travels into after the mouth is called the ________________
What is the right order of the path that air goes?
What are the large airbags that contain the bronchioles and alveoli called?
When you inhale, what happens to your chest and ribcage?
Nixon's policy of _____________ meant that he sought to ease tensions with the Soviet Union and China.
One result of detente was that the US entered the __________ agreement.
Relations with the Soviet Union got worse when ______________ criticized violations of civil liberties in the Soviet Union
Part of Reagan's policy of peace through strength was....
Relations between the Soviet Union and US improved after _____________ took over in the Soviet Union.
Under this policy, the Soviets allowed for freedom of the press and more criticism of the government.
He was president when the Berlin Wall fell and the Cold War ended.
All of the following helped lead to the end of the Cold War EXCEPT:
All of the following were Cold War presidents EXCEPT:
The Eisenhower Doctrine said that the US would help protect ______________ countries from communist rule.
What is a text called that is a made up story with imaginary people and events?
What is a statement that claims the truth and can be proven?
What type of sentence contains two simple sentences combined with a comma and a coordinating conjunction (FANBOYS)?
How information in a text is organized is called what?
What type of sentence is made when you combine an independent clause and a dependent clause with a subordinating conjunction (AAAWWWUUBBIF)?
What kind of text is true and and factual and is NOT a made up story?
What type of sentence contains a subject and a predicate?
What type of text EXPLAINS?
What is a personal belief or view based on emotions or interpretation?
Which one of the following means the number 2?
Which of the following is a better buy? (cheapest per pound)
Which is the better buy? (cheapest per pair)
Which of the following is a better buy? (cheapest per litre)
Which of the following is a better buy? (cheapest per pair)
Which of the following is a better buy?
Which of the following is a better buy?
Which is the better buy?
Which is the better buy?
Which is the better buy?
Which is the better buy?
Type of electron configuration that makes an atom stable.
Describe an Ionic compound.
Describe a covalent bond.
What are ions?
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What is a muckraker?
What are Upton Sinclair and Lincoln Steffens known for doing?
Who helped immigrants and others cope with the challenges of life in the city while also lining their own pockets with bribes?
Which was one of the goals for some advocates of the progressive movement?
Which president advocated a
Which was one successful reform of the progressive movement?
What was Robert LaFollette's
Which of the following is one of the positions that would be supported by social Darwinism?
Which of the following would most likely support ideals which included alleviating poverty, regulating big businesses, and enacting worker protection?
What progressive organization had a goal of providing food and shelter to the slum-dwelling poor?
No worries, just get water out of that stone formation over there
There is plenty of H2O if you only look beneath earth's surface.
Ocean waters meet river waters at the Pamlico River
It's safe to drink the water from Jordan Lake.
You mean to tell me water flows from the surface of the ocean to its darkest depths.
Seawater covers some parts of Earth's surface
This Thankgiving, be sure to give thanks for the process that brings nutrients to the ocean's surface.
Take this cup over there and pressure will push good drinking water to the surface.
Those who study life in the ocean have such a cool job.
Even though this water came from the Gulf Of Mexico, it is safe to drink after going through this process.
Yucky! Ocean water is so nasty! I NEVER WANT TO DRINK IT AGAIN.
Just like plants, many ocean organisms know how to feed themselves.
How would Sonar technology most likely be used in the ocean?
How can the atmosphere be considered a part of the hydrosphere?
Which best explains the importance of dissolved gases in the oceans?
Which statement best explains the reason some insects can walk across the surface of a lake
What does the hardness of water indicate?
Which of the following factors is most important in determining the organisms that live in different areas of the ocean?
Which of the following substances will get the hottest after reaching its specific heat?
Where is the majority of Earth's freshwater located?
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Write four and twelve hundredths in standard form
Which number is less than 2.5 ?
Order from least to greatest 5 / 4.2 / 5.02 and 4.3
Round 3.25 to the nearest tenth.
Round 202.339 to the nearest hundredth.
Estimate using rounding. Eddie orders one $4.25 ham sandwhich and one $1.95 large orange juice. About how much is his meal?
Estimate using front end estimation. About how much more is $22.15 than $12.49?
Add or Subtract. 2.5 + 1.3
Add or Subtract. 6.5 - 2.4
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Ion Channels
Sodium Potassium Pump
Facilitated Diffusion
Pinocytosis
Phagocytosis
Syrup into an egg cell
Water into an egg cell
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A membrane bound organelle formed by part of the cell membrane pinching off to form a sac is a
A cell engulfing a large particle or whole cell is performing
______ occurs when a cell shrinks
The uptake of large amounts of solutes or fluids is called
Cytolysis is when a cell
The difference in concentration across a space is the
Hypertonic refers to the
When the substances in a cell are in equilibrium with the substances in the outside solution, the solution is considered
Which type of transport requires energy?
Sodium-potassium pumps
The net movement of water across a cell membrane occurs
The process of diffusion requires
If the molecular concentration of a substance is the same throughout space, the substance
A type of transport in which water moves across a membrane and down its concentration gradient is
All forms of passive transport depend on
In a plant cell, water molecules exert _____________ on the cell membrane
Molecules diffuse down their concentration gradient (high to low)
When a solution is in equilibrium, all movement of its molecules stops.
Which of the following is not a type of passive transport?
The contractile vacuole in a paramecium should be active when it is in
The process in which substances move down their concentration gradient across the cell membrane with the assistance of carrier proteins is
The energy needed to power the sodium-potassium pump is provided by the
A way for cells to release large molecules, like proteins, is
The movement of molecules from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration is
A plant cell will undergo plasmolysis when it is in a
What part of the cell do materials have to pass through to enter and exit all cells?
The part of the cell that functions to maintain homeostasis relative the cell's environment is the
When the cells in a plant have low turgor pressure, the plant
A cell must expend energy to transport substances using
Some animal cells engulf, digest, and destroy invading bacteria through the process of
Every morning I wash my face and clean my teeth by _____.
Jane is a baby, she is too small to eat by _____.
Peter is very lazy. He always copies his friend's homework and never does it by _____.
The children can decorate the Christmas tree by _____.
If you can't do this exercise by _____, ask the teacher for help.
Don't help us, Dad! I and Jim can paint the car all by _____.
You are five years old, Danny. You have to comb your hair by _____ now.
I don’t want to go into the dark forest by _____.
She did it all by _____.
My brother could ride a bike by _____ when he was 4.
Every morning I wash my face and clean my teeth by _____.
Jane is a baby, she is too small to eat by _____.
Peter is very lazy. He always copies his friend's homework and never does it by _____.
The children can decorate the Christmas tree by _____.
If you can't do this exercise by _____, ask the teacher for help.
Don't help us, Dad! I and Jim can paint the car all by _____.
You are five years old, Danny. You have to comb your hair by _____ now.
I don’t want to go into the dark forest by _____.
She did it all by _____.
My brother could ride a bike by _____ when he was 4.
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What was the major cause of death among native Americans after contact with Spanish Explorers
What was one result of the Columbian Exchange
The creation of the Virginia House of Burgesses was an important step in the development of democracy in colonial America because it:
Which development led to the other three
The need for agricultural workers in the early southern colonies led to
What was the main purpose of the Mayflower Compact
Which Development led to the other three
What were the most profitable ways of making a living in New France?
What country originally owned New York City
What group of people made it to America before Columbus
The process by which natural forces move weathered rock and soil from one place to another
Any one of the several processes that move sediment downhill
The material moved by erosion that consist of rock or soil or the remains of plants and animals
the force that moves rock and other material downhill
Occurs where the agents of erosion, deposit, or lay down, sediment
Water that moves over the Earth's surface
tiny grooves in the soil formed from runoff
Large groove, or channel, in the soil that carries runoff after a rain storm
a channel along which water is continually flowing down a slope
a stream or river that flows in to a larger river
the flat, wide area of land along a river
A loop-like bend in the course of a river
A meander that has been cut off from the river
A wide, sloping deposit of sediment formed where a steam leaves a mountain
A landform made of sediment that is deposited where a river flows into an ocean or lake
water that fills the cracks and spaces in underground soil and rock layers
a deposit that hands like an icicle from the roof of a cave
A cone shaped deposit that builds up from the floor of a cave
a region in which a layer of limestone close to the surface creates deep valleys, caverns and sinkholes
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What is the purpose of the Preamble?
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Evaluate. a + b if a = 16.5 and b = 3.1
A number is divided by 3. Then 8 is added to the quotient (answer). After subtracting 5, the result is 7. What is the number?
Evaluate a divided by b if a = 4.4 and b = 2
Evaluate 1.2t if t = 3.4
Find 19.6 divided by 7
Find 2.736 divided by 0.9
Divide. Round to the nearest tenth...(the answer) 5.45 divided by 10.5
Evaluate. 40.6 divided by y if y = 20
Rina is making payments of $39.50 per month for 18 months for a new stereo. How much will she pay in all
Multiply 5.97 x 40.8
Which of the following is most associated with acids?
Which of the following is a characteristic of bases?
What happens to red litmus when in a presence of an acid?
What happens to blue litmus when in the presence of an acid?
What is something that is neither an acid or a based called?
Which of the following is not an acid?
A characterisitic of acids is that it is corrosive. Which best defines corrosive?
Which of the following is a characteristic of acids?
Which of the following is most associated with bases?
What happens when an acid is combined with a base?
Which of these cash crops was grown on Southern plantations?
Which place caused conflict for the British, French, and Native Americans?
Which was NOT a result of the French and Indian War?
Who was the leader of the Jamestown Colony who told colonists to stop searching for gold and start helping theirselves?
How many orginal colonies was there?
What was the result of the French and Indian War?
What was the first colonial assembly called that didn't represent all people, only male-land owners?
What was the name of the official announcement that stated that the colonists were no longer allowed to settle on land west of the Appalachian Mountains?
Land disputes between England and France in the Ohio River Valley caused
Upheavals in England motivated the English to colonize American in search of
Net movement of water across a cell membrane occurs
A cell must always expend energy to trasnport substances using
A concentration difference across space is called
Which of the following is a substance that can pass directly through the cell membrane by simple diffusion?
Concentration of solutes inside and outside the cell are equal when the solution is
Diffusion requires
If the molecular concentration of a substance is the same throughout space, the substance
Exocytosis is a
When a cell uses energy to transport a particle through the cell membrane to an area of higher concentration, it is using
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of active transport?
How did the people of Sumer benefit from the creation of irrigation systems?
List the four empires of Mesopotamia in the correct order.
What contribution did Hammurabi make that impacted world history?
What was different about living in Neolithic times compared to Paleolithic times?
Which of the following shows that Sumerians were not prehistoric?
Why did people live in larger communities during the Neolithic age than in earlier times?
Each of the four Mesopotamian empires had a common problem. What was it?
Why did Nebuchadrezzar build an inner wall and an outer wall, along with towers for archers and a moat filled with water?
what is one problem the city-states of Sumer faced by remaining independent?
Which of these is not a characteristic of a civilization?
If the concentration of a sugar solution is lower outside the cell than inside the cell, which of the following will happen by osmosis?
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of facilitated diffusion?
Which of the following does NOT expend energy?
Placing a cell into a hypertonic enviroment will cause the cell to
A structure that can move excess water out of a unicellular organism is a
When a red bloood cell is placed in a hypotonic environment, it will
In a hypotonic solution, the concentration of solutes outside of the cell is lower than the
The bursting of cells is called
Molecules that are too large to be moved through the cell membrane can be transported into the cell by
White blood cells engulf, digest, and destroy bacteria using
If you watch a thermometer as you heat water, what happens to the temp as the water boils
What causes a solid to change to a liquid?
In which state does water have the least energy
The phase change from a gas to a liquid is called
The phase change from a solid to a liquid is called
The boiling point of a substance is the temperature at which matter
Dew forming when vapor in the air becomes a liquid
A wooden door does not close completely on a very hot day
You poor koolaid in a mold and put it in the freezer to make popsicles
A bottle of rubbing alcohol is left open and disappears after a few hours
Write twenty and fifteen thousandths in standard form.
Write two and thirteen hundredths
Which number is less than 2.06?
Order from greatest to least. 19 / 18.2 / 19.03 / 18.231
Round to the indicated place value. 112.363 ; hundredths
Estimate using rounding. 3.8 + 4.05 + 4.7
Estimate using front end estimation. 65.05 + 13.55
Add. 17.3 + 2.4
Subtract. 19.25 - 2.64
Estimate using clustering. 9.71 + 9.34 + 8.53 + 9.6
Find 9.71 + 9.34 + 8.53 + 9.6
Evaluate. b - a if a = 2.45 and b = 36.356
Find 21.4 x 3.8
Find 3.12 x 86
Find 13.7 x 3
Find 110.92 divided by 47
Find 11.52 divided by 0.72
Find 19.462 divided by 8.54
Evaluate 104.5 divided by t if t = 38
Find 12.88 divided by 2.3
The Hebrew religion is called _________________.
Who led the Hebrews out of Egypt during the exodus?
Who did God promise to a new land and make his descendants into a mighty nation?
During which holiday do the Hebrews remember the Exodus from Egypt?
Hebrew religious teachers are know as _____________.
What is the code of moral laws written on two stone tablets called?
What does monotheism mean?
What is the purpose of the Talmud?
After returning to Canaan, the Hebrews called themselves _________________.
Who became the king of Israelites after David?
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What is it called when waves drop sand on the beach?
What is it called when muddy water is carried away by a fast moving river?
What is the movement of weathered materials?
What must occur before erosion can take place?
What is it called when water gets into cracks, freezes and breaks rocks apart?
Who was a group of people who had a religious dispute with the Church of England?
Who was the respected leader and founder of Massachusetts Bay Colony?
What is the recognition that other people have the right to different opinions?
Who led a group of Native Americans in a war against the Puritans?
What was a colony that began as a result of dissent with the Massachusetts Bay Colony?
What is a colony created by a grant of land to an individual or a family?
Who was the religious group that settled the Pennsylvania colony?
Who was the founder of Pennsylvania and had the idea for a Holy Experiment?
Which of the following would describe the Middle colonies in terms of economy and people?
What limited the power of the monarchy (king or queen) in England?
Which colony was England's first attempt to estabish settlement in North America?
What is a document that is issued by a government and grants specific rights to a person or company?
What was a problem facing Jamestown?
Who helped Jamestown succeed with his philosophy of He who works not, eats not?
Which of the following was a new crop that gave Jamestown a way to make a profit?
What was a document signed by the Pilgrims that stated that their government would make just and equal laws?
Which Southern colony was established on toleration?
Which colony was established by James Oglethorpe as a haven for debtors?
What were large farms in the tidewater area?
Who actually outnumbered the colonists in South Carolina?
What type of literature is this?
What do we call a story book that is written like a comic?
What point of view is Beauty and the Beast told in?
Which of the following is not a main or supporting character?
What is the father's job or occupation?
Why does the Beast get angry with the father?
Why does Beauty go to the Beast's castle?
Which word does NOT describe how the Beast treats Beauty at the castle?
What does Beauty promise when she leaves the castle?
What do we find out about the castle's curse?
What is the real reason that Beauty's sisters do not want her to go back to the castle?
Why does the Beast start to die?
How does Beauty feel about the Beast while she is back home with her family?
What does Beauty learn about the Beast?
How does Beauty save the Beast from dying?
The Underground Railroad was
The Fifteenth Amendment
The Ku Klux Klan was
The Homestead Act of 1862 was signed into law by President Abraham Lincoln. It stated that
The U.S. Government defined Native American assimilation as
Why is the Morrill Land Grant Act of 1862 alo known as the Land Grant College Act?
Populism is the belief that
What was the Niagra Movement?
What was the purpose of the Jim Crow Laws?
The Plessy v. Ferguson (1896) Supreme Court decision did what?
What shape does a DNA molecule take?
Adenine, Thyamine, Guanine, and Cytosine are the 4 __________ of DNA.
Which base pairing below is INCORRECT?
The monomers of a DNA molecule are known as _______.
Long strands of tightly wound DNA are known as _________.
Genes and chromosomes are made of _________.
A single gene codes for a single _________.
Adenine complements ____________ and Guanine compliments ___________ in a double strand of DNA.
What type of bond holds the complimentary strands of DNA together?
The 3 parts of a nucletide are _______________.
What would the complimentary piece of DNA made during replication be for ATTCGC
Who is credited with describing the shape of DNA?
Genes are located on _____________.
In the ladder anology of the DNA molecule, the rungs or steps of the ladder are:
When does DNA replication occur?
I am playing soccer
We are setting the table
I call you
You call us
I watch the program
He opens the door
They call us
Are you doing the homework
He is reading the books
Raul is drawing the map
They are eating the hamburgers
Are you cleaning the table?
I am buying the magazine
We are opening the windows
I write the letter
Members in a cartel have a strong incentive to cheat because
Cartels form because:
If two oligopolistic firms facing similar cost and demand conditions collude successfully, the outcome is most like:
One assumption of the kinked demand model is:
If one firm in an oligopolistic industry decides to advertise to increase their market share, it is likely that the other firms in the oligopoly will:
In an oligopoly game (also known as a payoff matrix), each player will try to:
Collusion is:
When mutual interdependence is present, it means that:
A characteristic of an oligopoly industry is:
In an oligopoly market:
In the long run, firms in a monopolistically competitive industry:
Let's assume that firms in a monopolistically competitive industry are earning economic profits.
When a firm has price making ability, it means that:
Let's assume that a monopolistically competitive firm in the short run is producing where average total cost is $10.50, price is $9.00, marginal revenue is $7.50 and marginal cost is $7.50. The firm is operating:
In monopolistic competition, demand and marginal revenue are downward sloping because:
Monopolistically competitive firms differentiate their products and advertise to:
A characteristic of monopolistic competition is:
Monopolistic competition is like pure competition in that:
Which would not be considered a method of product differentiation for a monopolistically competitive firm:
A solution with a relatively low solute concentration is
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Established in 1785, Franklin College, a land grant university, was also known as;
In a land grant university, who gives the land?
The chronological order of the capitals of Georgia was;
Why was the capital of Georgia moved to Louisville?
By 1860, along with the Baptists, this denomination was the largest in Georgia.
Under this system, each white male counted as a "head" of a family and had the "right" to receive up to 1,000 acres.
For a small fee, any white males 21 years or age or older could buy a chance and spin a wheel and win land. This was known as;
The Yazoo Land Fraud occurred because land companies;
The inventor who revolutionized the cotton industry was;
Which mode of transportation was developing in Georgia just before the Civil War which was very important to Georgia's war effort and post-war economic development?
Most of the library books (has, have) been returned.
Everybody on the bus (was, were) going to Cleveland.
Few of the men (is, are) going to play in the tournament.
Neither of the two senators (has, have) explained the matter.
Some of the salad (has, have) been eaten.
Would everyone please bring __________ computer to the writing workshop?
The principal told the PTA that anyone who wants their children to take art classes may enroll ______ for free at the community center.
Which of the following has incorrect pronoun antecedent agreement?
Which of the following sentences does not contain an indefinite pronoun?
Which of the following does not have correct pronoun antecedent agreement?
Which ecoregion of Texas would most likely be affected by wind erosion?
Which of the following equipment sets can be used to analyze the effect of human activity on a watershed?
Palo Duro Canyon (the Grand Canyon of Texas) has steep walls and deep caves. These were most likely carved by
Which is not an example of mechanical weathering?
Texas can be divided into geographically similar areas defined by climate/animal/plant species. These sections of land are called
Ground water contamination/pollution, in most states, most likely originates from
What is the measure of the amount/size of pore space within earth materials (soil, clay, gravel, rock)
Which is a major contributing factor to the water cycle?
What is a natural, underground area where large amounts of ground water fill the spaces between rocks and sediments?
Which is not an example of surface water?
Which of the following pHs would be considered an acid?
Tomatoes have a pH of 4 and lemons have a pH of 2. Which is a stronger acid?
If blue litmus stays blue, what does that tell you?
What are two common indicators
Ammonia has a pH of 11.5. Which best describes it?
What is the range of the pH scale?
Which of the following would be the stongest base?
Which of the following would be the strongest acid?
What is the pH of pure water
If red litmus stays red and blue litmus turns red in a substance, what can you conclude?
Christina and Brooke decided they wanted to make Mrs. O'Brien a mud -- weren\'t they sweet! They added 6 cups of water and 1/2 cup of dirt to the mixture. What was the dirt in the m
Produces water vapor from plants is called __________.
Where is majority of the freshwater found?
The state of a substance when its particles are mixed with but not dissolved in a fluid. An example of this was when we put pepper in the water. What is the entire thing called?
Why isn\'t water vapor salty?
Water vapor that has cooled and turned into a liquid state again is known as ________. This occurs when a cloud is made.
After you have mixed the koolaid and the water together, you have made a
_____________ is known as the universal solvent.
Oceans cover nearly __________ percent of Earth’s surface.
Approximately what percentage of Earth\'s water is found in fresh water?
Soils in humid climates can have a lower __________ than soils in drier climates.
Chemical weathering changes the __________ of rock.
The amount of nutrients in soil determines its __________.
__________ causes the breakdown of rock.
__________ moves weathered rock from one place to another.
A large deposit of sediment that forms where a stream enters a large body of water is a(n) __________.
The shaking from an earthquake can cause __________ to occur on hillsides.
Mass wasting can be considered a type of __________.
A(n) __________ is a C-shaped curve in a stream.
__________ weathering changes the composition of rock.
In the photosynthesis equation, what are the raw materials?
Where is chlorophyll found?
What structures on a plant\'s leaves allow gases in and out of the plant?
Producers are to autotrophs as _______________ are to heterotrophs.
What are the products of photosynthesis?
Photosynthesis is the process by which
The sun __________________ provides energy for humans
The molecule ATP stands for
The leaves change color in the fall because
The difference between plants and animals is
A ball can fit through a ring while it is cool. After it has been heated, what will happen?
Water droplets form on the outside of a pitcher of water. What is this phase change called?
Describe the phase change that occurs during condensation
What is happening to heat when condensation occurs?
How do you know it a substance is being cooled on a graph
What is the freezing point of water in celsius?
What is the boiling point of water?
What does a graph look like when a substance goes through a phase change?
How would you describe the motion of molecules in a gas?
How would you describe the spacing of the molecules of a solid?
Releases hydrogen ion in a solution
A water solution
pH of 0-4
Acid combining with a base
Eat away at metal
A scale that indicates how acidic or basic something is
Another term for a base
Releases Hydroxide ions
an indicator; Turn red in the presence of an acid and blue in the presence of a base
10-14 on the pH Scale
Why did Britain impose the Stamp Act and the Townshend Acts on the colonists?
What was the effect of British taxation on the colonies as a whole?
In reaction to the Stamp Act, a group of colonists formed the
Which of the following BEST describes the purpose of the Committees of Correspondence?
What happened as a result of the Boston Tea Party?
Which of the following was NOT one of the Intolerable Acts?
Who offered to lead men in battle fort the relief of Boston?
Which Patriot warned of the British attack?
Which even took place first?
Which battle began with
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Which of the following names an animal that eats only other animals?
Which of the following names an animal that eats both plants and animals?
Which of the following is a producer?
Which is not a trace fossil?
In which type of ecosystem is the ground beneath the surface frozen all year?
Which kind of fossil preserves the hard and soft parts of an animal?
What is a decomposer?
What is most likely to happen if most of a population of animals dies of disease?
Which of these things are passed along in a food chain?
What might finding a fish fossil in a desert tell paleontologists?
Why are rules in home, schools, and communities important?
What is an authority figure?
What is a conflict?
What is one way in which you can resolve a conflict?
Who is an authority figure in the community?
Who is the president?
What is the role of a teacher?
Which is a classroom rule?
Which authority figure helps people to follow the speed limit when driving?
Who is NOT an authority figure at school?
Which of these is a reason for the rise of the conservative movement?
Someone who wants to create more social programs like Medicare and Welfare would most likely be a:
He was a conservative Republican who defeated Jimmy Carter in 1980.
Reagonomics was based on the idea that....
Critics of Reaganomics called it trickle down economics because.....
America became increasingly involved in the global economy when it....
One concern about Social Security is that...
This president was considered liberal, but ended up with a budget surplus.
In the aftermath of 9/11 the US ............
One key accomplishment under Barack Obama has been....
Why were the League of Nations and the United Nations created?
Why did Congress pass laws protecting civil rights during Reconstruction?
Why did people in the Great Depression call their temporary settlement communities “Hoovervilles”?
Why did United States business interests favor overseas expansion in the late 1800s?
Why was the purchase of Alaska in 1867 important to the development of the United States economy?
How did the Federal Reserve’s higher interest rates in the 1930s complicate the Great Depression?
In the late 1800s, why did the Great Plains region become closely associated with the Populist movement?
How did the government’s policy of manifest destiny affect Native Americans living on the plains in the late 1800s?
Which of these statements describes an obstacle to the assimilation of immigrant groups in the United States in the late 1800s?
How did government policies of the Gilded Age of the late 1800s promote industrialization?
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