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A plan of government written to limit its power. It was the first written constitution in the English colonies.
Puritan person who claimed that God had spoken directly to her. She was banished from the Mass. Bay Colony
Breadbasket Colonies
Religious group who came to North America to Practice theri religion freely. THey set up the Pennsylvania colony where anyone who believed in God could worship freely.
Founded by James Oglethorpe as a place for people who owed money to settle.
What was the reason the Quakers were at peace with the Native Americans?
Established by William Penn for the Quakers
Laws that controlled trade between England and its colonies
Law that gave religious freedom to all Christians in the Maryland colony
What were the voting rights in the colonies?
Which colony established the first public schools?
The exchange of goods between Africa, the West Indies, and the New England Colonies
Places limits on lawsuits on states
Revises the procedures for electing the President and Vice President
Abolishes Slavery
Defines citizenship and guarantees protection of the laws
Prohibits restrictions on the right to vote based on race or color
Gives Congress the right to levy an income tax
Prohibits making, drinking, or selling alcohol
Gives women the right to vote
Repeals prohibition
Limits the President to 2 terms in office
Changes the dates of congressional and presidential terms
Abolishes poll taxes
Sets the voting age at 18
Establishes procedures for succession to the presidency
Gives residents of Washington, D.C. the right to vote
Enables voters to directly elect senators
¿Que es la importancia de los oasis en el desierto Sahara?
¿Cuál accidente geográfico predomina en África del Norte?
¿Como la HIV/SIDA afecta África del sur y oriental?
¿Que es la definición de genocidio?
¿Cuál fue el objetivo principal del Congreso Nacional Africano?
¿En Sudáfrica, como se separó la gente el programa de apartheid?
¿En cual pais moderno se establecieron los boers?
¿Cuál descubrimiento científico nos informa sobre los primeros seres humanos?
¿Como parece la llanura del Serengueti?
¿Que es la definición de furtivismo?
¿Cómo afecta África del sur y oriental el ecoturismo?
¿Que significa el término “tierra fértil”?
¿Cuál accidente geográfico de África oriental es una gran área de tierra inusualmente plana entre zonas de terreno más altas?
¿Que significa la idea de panafricanismo?
¿Que fue un efecto del comercio de esclavos del Atlántico a la region de Africa occidental y central?
¿Que causa la expansión de desiertos?
¿Cómo se contrae la malaria?
¿Como se llama la expansión de desiertos?
¿El Sahel esta en cual zona climática?
¿Cuales dos factores explican el clima de una region?
Which of the following is a characteristic of the Monopoly market structure?
If a firm is operating in a Monopoly market structure . . .
Which of the following is NOT a barrier to entry in the Monopoly market structure?
A Monopoly will emerge and thrive when:
If we look at the shape of the Pure Monopoly's demand curve, we would expect it to be:
If we were looking at the Demand and Marginal Revenue Curves, we would expect:
At the profit maximizing level of output in a Monopoly:
Let's suppose that a Monopolist is operating where Marginal Revenue is $18 and Marginal Cost is $20. In order to maximize profit, the Monopolist should:
A profit maximizing monopolist charges:
In the monopolistic firm, the quantity of output that maximizes profits is set by Marginal Revenue = Marginal cost. What is the price set by?
The firm earns economic profits whenever:
The Monopolist's supply curve is:
A profit maximizing Monopolist should shut down in the short run if:
If a profit maximizing Monopolist were to implement a ground breaking technology that reduced their costs,
Monopolists are allocatively inefficient because:
If we compare a monopolist to a purely competitive firm,
A Monopolist who does not engage in price discrimination is usually:
If a Monopolist is producing 500 units with a market price of $10 and a marginal cost of $8, we would expect a purely competitive firm producing under the same situation to:
X-inefficiency results when:
Whether or not it pays off to price discrimination depends on:
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Which of the following is not an energy transformation that links sunshine to the ability to turn pages in a book?
Holding a ball over a cliff is an example of
throwing a ball from a cliff is an example of
gasoline is an example of
X-rays are an example of
Electrical energy is the energy of
During electrolysis energy flows when atoms of one kind
Energy
What energy change occurs when you make a call on a cell phone?
A hot cup of tea has
Salt, quartz, and diamonds are
All solids have
Particles in a solid are
All liquids have
Which of the following cannot be fluid?
Honey is more viscous than water because
Molecules on the surface of a liquid that attract one another strongly tend to exhibit
Particles in gases are
All gases have
Which state of matter can be compressed (squeezed) to change its volume?
Which change of state does not require energy
Which change of state requires energy
At its freezing point, the particles of a liquid are moving so ________ that they begin _____________
The change of state from liquid to gas happens at a substances
At a substances melting point, __________ doesn't change because all energy is going towards changing the ______ to liquid
Evaporation is __________ that occurs ____________________
Boiling is __________ that occurs ____________________
During sublimation particles of a _________ do not pass through the ________ state
Deposition is the change in state from
Why does evaporation of sweat cool your body off on a warm day?
Pressure is
A higher concentration of particles is an indication of
Boyle's Law states that
Charles's Law states that
Hot air balloons rise because
Increasing the temperature will
Increasing the volume will
Increasing the pressure will
If the atmosphere exerts a force of 120 Newtons on 2 square meters on a table what is the pressure of the atmosphere on the table?
If a truck's tires become to hot, what happens to the air pressure in the tires?
When Mendel cut the anthers off of his pea plants he was trying to avoid
A plant that is true breeding will have offspring______________
When Mendel did his first experiments he noticed there was a ratio of ___________
The dominant trait
A curly-eared cat mated with a normal-eared cat and all of the kittens had curly ears.
An example of a characteristic is
Blue eyes is an example of a _____ which is a different form of a ___________
When Mendel crossed true breeding yellow peas with true breeding green peas, all the offspring were yellow.
What is the ratio of students who passed the test to students who didn't if 12 students out of 15 passed?
In Mendel's second experiment he crossed ____________ plants with ___________
A gene is
Alleles are
What are the results of a cross between parents with genotypes CC and Cc if C means you have a cleft chin and c means you don't.
A curly eared cat mated with a normal eared cat. All of the kittens had curly ears. What is the genotype of the kittens if the allele for curly ears is C.
The phenotype for flowers with the genotype Pp is
Incomplete dominant traits result in offspring with
Which of the following is incorrect?
What are the chances that a man with the genotype Bb and a women with the genotype bb can have kids with blue eyes? (B is brown, b is blue)
What is the probable ratio of brown to blue eyed offspring if a man with the genotype Bb has kids with a women with the genotype Bb
Which possible genotypes will produce offspring with only the genotypes Bb
Homologous chromosomes
Which is incorrectly matched?
Genes are located on
Which is not a step in mitosis?
Meiosis involves
Sex chromosomes are
Hemophelia is an example of a
A pedigree
When organisms with desirable traits are mated it is called
What is true regarding body cells and sex cells?
What is the key to a great Thanksgiving?
What happened when the turkey got into a fight?
What did the Turkey say to the Turkey hunter?
What always comes at the end of Thanksgiving?
Why didn't the turkey eat dessert?
Why did the turkey play drums for his band?
What's the best thing to put into an apple pie?
If April showers bring May flowers, what do May flowers bring?
What's blue and covered with feathers?
What is the best vegetable to have with your Thanksgiving dinner?
Yo (dar)
Ella (querer)
Nosotros (ir)
Tú (ser)
Yo (poner)
Manuel y Elena (hacer)
Yo (estar)
Tu (poder)
Uds. (tener)
Marco y Pilar (decir)
What medicine is given to some diabetics to control blood sugar?
Which gland produces adrenalin in response to stress?
Inability to process carbohydrates properly is called
Sores that won't heal in a diabetic patient can result in
Which is especially important for a diabetic patient?
High blood sugar is called
High blood sugar can damage tiny blood vessels, causing
Lack of estrogen production in a post-menopausal female can cause
An enlarged prostrate can cause
Your diabetic patient took his insulin shot, but did not eat breakfast. Now he is weak, shaky, & has slurred speech. What could be wrong?
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What are two things that came out of the European Nationalist Movements?
What is the first group to gain independence during the Nationalist Movments?
In what years did revolutions sweep through Europe as a response to the Nationalist Movement?
Who led the unfication movement in the German Confederation?
How did Bismark achieve unification for Germany?
Who led unification movements in Italy?
How was Italy unified into one country?
What was the reason for the independence movements in Latin America?
What is the foundation (inspiration) of ALL revolutions and independence movements during the 1700 and 1800s?
What was the purpose of the revolution in Haiti?
What was the purpose of the Mexican Revolution?
What was the purpose of the South American Revolutions?
Who led the revolution in Haiti?
Who led the independence movement in Mexico?
Who led the independence movements in South America?
If the diploid number is 80, then the haploid number is:
If the haploid number is 80, then the diploid number is:
An African elephant sperm cell has 25 chromosomes. How many chromosomes does each elephant body cell have?
A human egg cell has 23 chromosomes -- how many chromosomes does a human skin cell have?
If the diploid number in crows is 98, then the haploid number is:
If each pit bull muscle cell has 72 chromosomes, then each pit bull sperm cell must have:
If each gamete has 15 chromosomes, then each body cell must have:
If each gamete has 200 chromosomes, then each body cell will have:
Each earthworm egg cell has 4 chromosomes. This means each earthworm muscle cell must have:
I have memorized the Mitosis/Meiosis chart.
A new machine is called a _______
Who made the first telephone
Who made the first car
Who was first in flight
Who made the first working light bulb
In what year was the first skyscraper built
What year did Ford come up with the assembly line
What carried the cars in Fords factory to the next station
How much did a new car cost in 1916
In what year did Garrett Morgan invent the traffic light
What is the name of the pane that displays a step-by-step progression that guides a user through the creation of a mail merge?
Sally wants to create a mail merge envelope that places the address of each of her customers in the center of the envelope in a predefined format. Which option should she choose?
What are the field names that are linked to the data source in a mail merge document?
Ivan needs to send a letter to all of his customers. He wants to add the customer's names and addresses to the letter. What should he insert?
Sally has a field in her data source called First. Which option should she choose to communicate to Mail Merge that First is the same as First name?
Where is a Microsoft Word mail merge data source stored for future use?
Joan is creating a new mail merge document, and wants to send it to her most loyal customers. Which Word feature would she use?
Joan is creating a new mail merge document, and wants to send it to her customers most commonly communicated with by email. Which Word feature would she use?
Joan is creating a new mail merge envelope to use in sending a letter to her customers. Which Word feature should she use for a predefined format of the mailing address for each of her cutomers?
Ivan needs to send a letter to all of his customers. He has combined the letter he wrote with his customer list. What has been created?
In order to save merged documents in a file or edit the contents of the individual merged letters, which merge option should be selected?
Kash is typing a 20 page research paper for his Entrepreneurship Class on the Forms of Business Ownership. He has previously typed numerous research papers. He uses a shortcut of key to insert a preformatted title page. This is an example of a/an:
Amelia, President of FBLA, is reviewing the minutes from the last meeting. She is in outline view and only wants to view the main headings. Which command would she use?
Terrance, Secretary of FBLA, is reviewing the minutes from the last meeting. He is in outline view and wants to view the main headings and subheadings. Which command would he use?
Terrance, Secretary of FBLA, is reviewing the minutes from the last meeting. He is in outline view and only wants to view the main headings. Which command would he use?
Terrance, Secretary of FBLA, is working on his outline for the next meeting agenda. He decided upon review of his outline he needs to make the individual fundraising activities less important than the fundraising section. Which command would he choos
Kash is typing a 20 page research paper for his Entrepreneurship Class on the Forms of Business Ownership. He decides to change the organization of the paper. Which view would assist in performing this task?
Aubrey is typing a 10 page research paper for her Business Law Class on the branches of the US government. She decides to change the organization of the paper. Which view would assist in performing this task?
Kash is typing a 20 page research paper for his Entrepreneurship Class on the Forms of Business Ownership. What is the document called that organizes all of the heading sections, and contains the title page, thesis, introduction and works cited page?
Aubrey is typing a 10 page research paper for her Business Law Class on the branches of the US government. She opened the file on the legislative branch heading of her paper. This file is an example of:
This term means formal withdrawal from the Union.
When the Civil War began , Abraham Lincoln’s main goal was to
Which of the following occurred at Appomattox?
Which of the following abolished slavery in the north?
He was a southern sympathizer that assassinated President Lincoln.
The Wilmot Proviso proposed that slavery should be banned from
Which view BEST summarizes Lincoln’s position on slavery?
Lincoln suspended _____________ to deal with dissent in the Union States.
Grant and Sherman’s strategy of total war targeted not only the Confederate Army, but also
Lincoln’s election to the presidency caused the south to secede from the Union because
What was the goal of the Missouri Compromise and the Compromise of 1850?
The Republican Party was formed by people who, despite their differences, were united in their
Which Civil War battle is considered a turning point because it crippled the Confederate forces so badly that they never again invaded a northern state?
In which of the following areas did the south have an advantage over the north in the Civil War?
In the Dred Scott decision the Supreme Court appeared to
This battle started the Civil War.
One effect of the Emancipation Proclamation was that it
Which of the following best explains the dependence of the Southern economy on slavery?
What was a result of passage of the Kansas-Nebraska Act?
The Northern strategy to defeat the south, coined the Anaconda plan, included all of the following except
Es un palacio-fortaleza
Es una torre
Fue construido en 1238
Es un templo musulman
Hay muchas columnas de marmol y jaspe
Es del estilo almohade
Su nombre significa La Roja
Esta en la ciudad de Cordoba
Se la puede montar
Hay una iglesia cristiana en el centro
En 1992, Papa Juan Pablo II la visito
Fue convertido en un campanario
Hay jardines, fuentes, banos y viviendas.
Esta en la ciudad de Sevilla
Esta en la ciudad de Granada
Tardo 2 siglos para terminarla
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Ethics is the branch of philosophy that focuses on what constitutes right and wrong behavior.
Business ethics focuses on ethical behavior in the business world.
An action may be legal and ethical.
The legality of an action is always clear.
The minimal acceptable standard for ethical behavior is compliance with the law.
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Robert turned on the oven
The cookies smelled delicious
Which were mixed by Josh
Two brothers decided to make a family cookie recipe
Before he poured the milk
She ran
Without the help of his dad
Beside a highway near the river
Go sing
Through the town square and into the park by the lake
the same
finding an easier number that is nearest the actual number
half of a shape is the mirror image of the other half
the same
time passed
an educated, good, guess
a closed shape with angles and straight sides
the measure around an object
the bottom number of a fraction, or the total number of "pieces" something is divided into
the top number of a fraction, or the "pieces" of the total
Grandmother
Uncle
Son
Aunt
Grandfather
Brother
Sister
Father
Mother
Grandson
Which scientist came up with the 3 laws of planetary motion?
The first Law of Planetary Motion states:
Earth's rotation means:
Earth's revolution means:
The season's of the Earth are caused by:
The 2 main gases in the Sun are:
Tides are caused by?
The Sun produces energy through a process called?
A galaxy contains how many stars?
Earth's axis slowly but continuously points in different directions, this is called?
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Which of the following is not a characteristic that geologists use to identify rocks?
In ___________ rocks grains occur randomly throughout the rock
Igneous rocks with a _________ silica content form light colored rocks
A fine grained igneous rock probably formed
________ rocks with _________ edges make up conglomerate
_____________ sedimentary rock forms when dissolved minerals crystallize on top of a rock
Foliated ____________ rocks have grains arranged _______________
Which rock has a jagged grain shape?
Sedimentary rocks that contain fossils are called
Intrusive igneous rocks
What 2 forms of evidence have geologists used to learn about Earth's interior?
Geologists drill holes deep into the earth to get
Temperature ___________ as you go deeper into the Earth. Pressure ________ as you go deeper into the Earth
There are ____ layers of the Earth
The Crust includes
Basalt is usually found in
What are the 3 layers of the crust and upper mantle?
Which section of the Earth is responsible for creating Earth's magnetic field?
Both the inner and outer core are made of
Which layer of the mantle is somewhat soft?
__________ is the transfer of heat through space
_________ is the transfer of heat between materials that are touching
Density is
What causes convection currents in the mantle?
density changes with change in
During heat transfer
Rock in the mantle flows
In what layer of the Earth will there be no convection currents?
As a fluid is heated particles move ________ and density _________
What 2 things set convection currents in motion
To reduce swelling in an extremity it may help to
An abduction wedge may be used to
The major function of the musculo-skeletal system is
As we age, bones may become
Shrinking of muscles due to lack of use is called
Your patient who had his foot amputated complains that it hurts. What is happening?
What can happen to a joint that is not being used?
Proper cast care includes
The name for a broken bone is
Which is arthritis likely to affect most?
The name of Meopotamia means...
The most important city in Mesopotamia was
What were the main economic activities in Mesopotamia?
What was a zigurat?
Mesopotamians were polytheists because
Who were the scribes?
Sargon I was king of
The Code of Hammurabi was
Isthar was the goddes of
What material they used in their works of art?
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The dirt you plant seeds in.
No danger.
A small animal with six legs and three body parts.
Which of the following statements explains genetic variation?
Which of the following could cause the extinction of a species?
“Diversity of species” refers to the idea that:
Answer True or False: Extinct organisms may be related to living organisms
Answer True or False: Organisms have evolved only over the last few hundred years
Which of the following statements explains genetic variation?
Over long periods of time, some species have become extinct, while new species have descended from earlier species. These changes are known as:
Variation is the result of:
The ability of populations of bacteria to develop resistance to antibiotics is an example of which of the following?
What is Taxonomy?
Which must vary among organisms in order to create adaptations that help those organisms survive?
Which demonstrates genetic variation resulting in a protective adaptation?
Which characteristic of organisms allows them to adapt to problems in their environment?
Which represents an adaptation?
Polar bears are naturally found in Arctic environments characterized by snow, ice, and extremely low temperatures. Which best describes an evolutionary adaptation that allows polar bears to survive in this environment?
Which best describes an inherited trait that gives an organism a survival advantage in its particular environment?
The changes in species through time is known as what?
Any inherited characteristic that increases an organism’s chance for survival and reproduction
A specific version of a characteristic that varies from one individual to another.
Which best describes what would occur in a species that has little or no genetic variation?
Which of these constitutional principles is demonstrated when the Supreme Court declares a law unconstitutional?
The purse and the sword must not be in the same hands Based upon this quote, which of the following principles is expressed
The process of amending the constitution is an example of federalism because it requires
Which of the following statements best explains the meaning of the phrase “rule of law”?
The purse and the sword must not be in the same hands Based upon this quote, which of the following principles is expressed above?
Which of these is a characteristic of the United States system of government?
Which of these principles of government was demonstrated when the US Supreme Court declared that schools cannot segregate (separate) schools based upon race?
Read the following quote: ...in all that people can individually do for themselves, government ought (should) not interfere. Which of the following constitutional principles best applies to this quote?
Which of these constitutional principles is demonstrated when the Supreme Court declares a law unconstitutional?
The elastic clause gives Congress the power to act in areas not specifically enumerated in the Constitution. Congress is exercising its power under the elastic clause when it ________.
the process in which plants use sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide to make food
growth or movement in response to an external stimulus
green pigment in plants that captures light energy
the sugar produced during photosynthesis
the process by which plants cells release energy from food
plants that reproduce in the fall/winter
plants that reproduce in the spring/summer
The stacked structures inside chloroplasts that contain chlorophyll
the organelles in plant cells that capture sunlight for photosynthesis
Photosynthesis takes place in the ____________ of the plant
trees lose their leaves at different times all year long
trees shed their leaves around the same time every year
A plant bending toward a sunlit window
Pulling your hand quickly away from a hot surface
Why do many leaves change color in the fall before falling off of the trees?
Photosynthesis is important to humans because
Short-day plants planted along a busy city street never reproduce. Why might this be?
How do some plants respond to the length of the day?
The three things needed for photosynthesis to occur are
The two products of photosynthesis are
What is it called when water runs down a mountain causing erosion?
How are wave cut cliffs formed?
What is erosion?
What happens to sediment in stream erosion?
How was the grand canyon was formed?
How can people prevent soil erosion?
What is plucking?
What letter does glacial erosion make.
Why are dust storms more common in deserts then in wetter regions?
How do caves form?
Which does not belong with the other three?
A region on a stem where a leaf is or was attached is called a
The exchange of gases in the woody areas of plants takes place through tiny openings in the bark called
In an alternate leaf arrangement,
The root system in which there is one main root that goes down deep into the ground are
A type of sugar that makes up the plant cell walls
This is caused by the presence of water inside plant cells
A chloroplast is an example of this
This tissue transports a sugar solution
The outermost tissue of leaves, young roots, and young stems
Reversible, repeatable plant movements
Growth away from a factor
Plants that bloom when nights are long
What tissue(s) are inside a vascular bundle?
What structure does transpiration occur through
A plant’s response to the length of time it is exposed to light is called
A plant’s response to light is controlled by special pigments called
The study of plants is called
Nastic movements are caused by changes in
Where are stomata found?
The belief that one race is superior to another
The willingness to let others practice their own beliefs
Crops that were always needed, such as wheat, barley and oats
An economic theory that states a nation becomes strong by building its gold supply and expanding trade.
A person who signed a contract to work for a certain period of time in exchange for a passage to the colonies.
An agreement signed by the Pilgrims in 1620 to set up the Plymouth colony
An artist and leader of the Roanoke colony
First governor of the Massachusetts Bay colony
Helped organize and ultimately saved the Jamestown colony
Founded the colony of Pennsylvania for Quakers
Why did nost people come to the New England Colonies?
He left Massachusetts Bay because he did not agree with the lack of religious freedom there. Puritan leaders only allowed Puritans to practice freely.
What created the a development and spread of Nationalism throughout Europe?
Which of the following did Napoleon's soldiers NOT bring with them when they conquered a country?
Why did people that were conquered by Napoleon begin feeling more loyal to their own nations and customs?
What the purpose of the Congress of Vienna?
What was the motto of the European Nationalist Movements?
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What happens when air reaches its dew point?
What kind of weather will nimbostratus clouds likely bring?
How does sleet differ from snow?
Which of the following describes an air mass with the symbol cT
A continental polar air mass forms in
How does a warm front form?
What kind of weather would an occluded front likely bring?
Which of the following statements describes an anticyclone?
What kind of front forms when a cold air mass displaces a warm air mass?
Which of the following clouds is most likely to produce light to heavy, continuous rain?
Which of the following instruments measures air pressure?
Which statement about hail is correct?
The process in which water changes from a liquid to gas is called
What is the relative humidity of air at its dew point?
Which of the following is NOT a type of condensation?
High clouds made of ice crystals are called _____ clouds.
Large thunderhead clouds that produce precipitation are called _____ clouds.
Strong updrafts within a thunderhead can produce
A maritime tropical air mass contains
A front that forms when a warm air mass is trapped between cold air masses and is forced to rise is a(n)
What is 5-3?
What is 2-2?
What is 10-5?
What is 1+1+2?
What is 3+6+1?
What is 1+5+3?
What is 12-6?
What is 7+5?
What is 7+8?
If you have five (5) cookies and you give one (1) to your friend. Then how many do you have?
where respiration takes place
It controls what enters and leaves a cell
They contain the chlorophyll used to make food
It is made mostly of cellulose
Some store water. Others store waste products until they can be eliminated from the cell
the smallest unit of life that conducts all life functions
the control center of the cell
It is sometimes called the “powerhouse” of the cell
structures in the cell
The other organelles are embedded here
The thin flexible outer covering of a cell is the
The cell structure that contains the genetic material is the
DNA is the genetic material. It is located in the
Cell structures that acts as temporary storage centers are
The energy producing sites in the cell are
What shape is a plant cell?
The function of chlorophyll is to
The cell structure that provides support and shape for plant cell is the
The sites where photosynthesis takes place in a plant cell are
The gel-like fluid inside of a cell made of mostly water is the
The Principle of _________________ states that the inheritance of alleles is random.
The Principle of ______________________ states that one allele will mask another.
Tallness (T) is dominant to shortness (t) in pea plants. Which of the following represents a genotype of a pea plant that is heterozygous for tallness?
If an individual has two recessive alleles for the same trait, the individual is said to be
The phenotype of an organism
What would be the blood type of a person who inherited an A allele from one parent and an O allele from the other?
female : XX ::
The X and Y chromosomes are called the
If a characteristic is sex-linked, it
In _______________________, two alleles are expressed at the same time.
How many Day's till her birthday did she say there was until?
Was was the name of Melissa's best friend and what is her friend suffering through?
What day did Her best die on that made Melissa even more upset?
What deer did Melissa choose from the herd when she was in the forest?
In the note from her best friend who was coming over?
What did Meliss'a mother ask her to promise?
What did Melissa name her Future child?
What did melissa notice notice on her lip's?
Who did Melissa see at the Graveyard?
Who sent Melissa a friend request on her email?
List the inner planets in order.
Which planet has the fasted revolution?
Which of these is a gaseous planet?
Which of these planets is terrestrial?
Which planets have rings?
NASA rovers are discovering new things on this planet.
This planet has a shorter year than Earth.
Planets with the most moons are:
A terrestrial planet means:
Other objects in our Solar System include:
List the inner planets in order.
Which planet has the fasted revolution?
Which of these is a gaseous planet?
Which of these planets is terrestrial?
Which planets have rings?
NASA rovers are discovering new things on this planet.
This planet has a shorter year than Earth.
Planets with the most moons are:
A terrestrial planet means:
Other objects in our Solar System include:
My name is Anna and I ..... a student.
You ..... very optimistic.
He ..... my best friend.
She ..... active and strong.
I love London. It ..... a beautiful city.
We ..... cheerful students.
You ..... all very calm on Sundays
They ..... in the park now.
Your friend ..... very stubborn.
Those boys ..... very happy.
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fearless daring, reckless, foolhardiness, effrontery
Truculent
genuine, heartfelt
Virulent
Japan has limited its imports from China. This is an example of a(n):
Who makes all economic decisions in a market economy?
How does specialization assist the economies of all countries?
Which S+E Asian nation has the most economic freedoms for its people?
Why does China have more of a command economy than Japan?
Who answers all economic questions in a command economy?
Why is it important to have a system to convert from one currency to another?
Which type of trade barrier describes a tax placed on imports?
Which type of economic system is based on customs and beliefs?
What are capital goods?
The U.S. has limited its trade with North Korea since the end of the Korean War. This is an example of:
Which type of economy is based on customs and beliefs?
A social insurance program that provides financial benefits to the elderly and disabled and to their eligible dependents and/or survivors
This act created the Interstate Highway System using gasoline tax money
A network of high-speed roads built to make interstate travel faster and easier
Medical care for the elderly
Medical care for the poor
A program that asked Americans to reduce their spending
An act that got rid of government control of airline fares
A law which prohibits discrimination based on disability
This act was aimed at improving student performance in schools and send money to low-income schools
This gave more power to the state governments instead of the federal government
President Lyndon Johnson's program that was specifically aimed at assisting the poor. Among these programs were Medicare, Head Start, volunteering in Service to America (VISTA), Medicaid, and the creation of the Office of Economic Opportunity.
Scandal where Nixon's re-election campaign broke into the Democratic National Committee headquarters; eventually led to Richard Nixon resigning from office
The three types of rocks are...
This type of rock forms when hot liquid rock, magma, cools and solidifies. The type of rock that forms depends on the magma composition and the amount of time to cool.
This type of rock forms when temperature and pressure inside the Earth's crust changes.
This type of rock forms through erosion of sediments that are moved from one place to another and deposited into layers. The older layers become compacted and cemented together to form...
This is a noticeable feature of sedimentary rock:
Intrusive igneous rock forms by:
Extrusive igneous rocks are formed by:
Your lab partner is looking at a rock, she states that is feels sandy and you think you can see what looks like a leaf in the rock. What type of rock is this?
You are looking at a rock in science class and it is made of large crystals. It feels coarse. These characteristic indicate what type of rock?
Large crystals in a rock are an indicator of what type of rock?
Your lab partner is looking at a different rock, it looks like it has layers and it feels smooth. Your lab partner says it looks like it is fine grained too. Describe what type of rock your lab partner is holding.
What is the difference between a rock and a mineral?
In which type of rock do we find fossils?
Metamorphic rocks are described as having:
3 ways that sedimentary rocks can form:
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Edi buys Mrs. Lopez two coffees at Starbucks so that she will be super happy when she grades the test. They cost $2.75 each. How much did he spend to have a happy teacher?
Alex wants to buy a new iPod, so he can play Five Nights at Freddies. It cost $219.99. He already saved $65.00. If he gets $75 at Christmas and saves it, how many weeks would he have to do chores to earn $5 a week to purchase the iPod?
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There are 22 questions on the test if each question is worth 4.55 points, what is the least number of questions that need to be right to get an A?
How much wood would a wood chuck chuck if a wood chuck could chuck wood?
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A point whose latitude is zero degrees is located on the
The distance in degrees east or west of the prime meridian is
The needle of a magnetic compass points toward the
The most common map projections are based on three geometric shapes. Which of the following geometric shapes is NOT one of them?
Mercator projections are distorted near the
What kind of scale does NOT have written UNITS of measure?
What is the relationship between the distance on a map and the actual distance on the Earth called?
The latitude of the North Pole is
Widely spaced contour lines indicate a
________________ is the height of an object above sea level.
Equal points of elevation on a topographic map are connected by
All flat lands are areas of low _______________________.
The _________________ is an imaginary line that passes through Greenwich, England.
A ___________________ is a fixed place on the Earth's surface from which direction and location can be described.
Longitude and Latitude are measured in
A contour interval is
What technological advancements have not helped mapmakers develop maps faster and more accurately?
Why does Greenland appear so large in relation to other landmasses on a map with a Mercator projection?
Why does distortion on a map occur?
If a contour map contains streams, can you tell where the higher ground is even if all of the numbers are removed?
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Place to stay the night.
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Have the same ideas, believe the same things
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A large meal.
Not covered.
Not rough
To look hard for something.
The president, for example.
Slightly wet.
Throw over a large area.
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Since the birth of FHA, HUD has adopted five core missions EXCEPT
The Federal Housing Administration was founded in the early 1930’s. Home ownership in the U.S. was under___due to the strict requirements of having a___downpayment.
How was FHA was able to stimulate the economy?
In an effort to increase home ownership among all racial and economic groups, regulation pushed increased “___” lending to lower income families
The Federal Housing Administration does not
A pro of having and FHA loan is
What is the two kinds of insurance premiums
How did HUD helped fuel risky lending?
Although the FHA advocated for equal opportunity, many minorities remained disadvantaged until the HUD came to pass with a wide array of civil rights laws
The Federal Housing Administration is the largest insurer of mortgages globally, insuring over 34 million mortages since its birth in
The fact that Iron cannot be changed into a simpler form tells you that Iron is ___.
Compounds are substances that are made up of _______________.
_________ can be broken down into simpler substances
There are approximately ________ elements
In what side of the Periodic Table can the Non-Metals be found?
What are a few of the main characteristics of Non-Metals?
How do metalloids compare to metals and non-metals?
A marble has a volume of 10 ml. It also has a mass of 20g. Calculate the density of the marble.
A substance that cannot be broken down into a simpler form by ordinary chemical means is called a(n)
A substance whose density is greater than 1 g/mL will
What is the molar mass of the element oxygen?
What part of the atom was discovered as a result of Rutherford\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s gold foil experiments?
What is the SI base unit used to measure the amount of a substance
What is the overall charge of an unreacted atom?
The law of _______ states that a compound is always composed of the same elements in the same proportion by mass.
The isotope uranium-235 has 92 protons and 143 electrons. What, then, is its mass number?
The charge of an electron is what?
According to Bohr\'s model of the atom, electrons behave like what?
Atoms of elements that are in the same group have the same number of what?
According to modern atomic theory, it is nearly impossible to determine an electron's exact _________.
Punnett squares can be used to predict the probability of:
If two people who are both carriers for a genetically inherited fatal recessive disease decide to become parents, what will be the odds that their children will also be carriers?
If a woman is homozygous normal and her husband is heterozygous for a recessive disease and they decide to become parents, what is the probability that their child will be healthy?
One cat carries heterozygous, long-haired traits (Ss), and its mate carries homozygous short-haired traits (ss). What is the probability of one of their offspring having long hair
If two parents are heterozygous for a genetically inherited dominant trait, what is the probability that they will have a child together who has this trait in his or her phenotype?
One flower is heterozygous red (Rr) and it is crossed with a homozygous white (rr) plant. Use a Punnett square to determine the probability of one of their offspring being red?
One flower is heterozygous red (Rr) and it is crossed with a homozygous white (rr) plant. Use a Punnett square to determine the probability of one of their offspring being white .
In a certain species of plant, the color purple (P) is dominant to the color white (p). What is the probability of purple offspring from PP x Pp?
In a certain species of pine trees, short needles (S) are dominant to long needles (s). What is probability of long needles with Ss x ss?
If two parents are heterozygous for a genetically inherited dominant trait, what is the probability that they will have a child together who has this trait in his or her phenotype?
Which source of water pollution includes oil and gasoline discharge from automobiles and storm sewer drainage?
For which of the following would SONAR technology be most likely used in the ocean?
If a body of water has high turbidity levels, what can most likely be concluded?
Dissolved gases are important in the ocean because they.....
Which best describes a bioindicator?
What happens to water molecules during the boiling process
Which will most likely result if there is increased upwelling in a coastal area?
In which oceanic zone do clams and crabs survive by burrowing in the sand?
What is it called when coastal communities purchase water from other sources?
Which best determines the health of a lake used as a source of fresh water?
Which of the following factors is important in determining the types of organisms that can live in different parts of the ocean?
Which factors can have the greatest effect on the health of a river system?
How can satellite imagery best be used after a hurricane hits the coast?
What is one way scientists analyze the health of a river?
In the United States, which is responsible for ensuring the safety of the country's drinking water?
Where is the majority of Earth's fresh water located?
The population of marine life is greater along the shorelines of the ocean because.....
Which technology best monitors temperature changes in Earth's oceans?
How are estuaries different from lakes or the ocean?
Which tool would be used to determine precipitation amounts after a flood?
If the Northern Hemisphere is tilted away from the Sun, the Southern Hemisphere is experiencing
The moon appears to be growing in size. This is called
When the Earth's shadow blocks out the moon. This is occurring
When the Moon casts a shadow on the Sun. This is occurring
Tides are highest during what moon phase?
When the Moon goes from full to new, it appears to grow smaller in the sky. We say that it is
When is the first day of Spring?
The Sun sets over what horizon?
The distance from the equator is measured by
Each time zone on Earth represents the distance the Earth rotates in
Which condition in the ocean is most responsible for an increase in the fish population near the surface?
How is the deep ocean floor different from the shallow parts of the ocean near land?
Which of these organisms is a producer in a marine ecosystem?
What is a possible effect of high nutrient levels in water systems?
Which of the following are indicators of a healthy water source?
Which of the following water pH levels is best for marine organisms?
Which bes describes the characteristics of a river basin?
Which of the following occurs when algae decompose in the ocean?
A drop in dissolved oxygen during the summer is most likely due to:
An algai bloom in a water system is most likely caused by:
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Ecology is the study of
What are the 2 types of biomes found in Virginia?
What causes the greenhouse effect?
An organism's job or role in the environment is known as its
Which of the following are examples of pioneer species?
Which of the following are carried out by trees as part of the water cycle?
Which type of organisms in an aquarium are able to change ammonia into less harmful compounds?
What causes acid rain?
Which trophic level has the most energy?
Which of the following does not cycle in an ecosystem?
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Which one describes the A horizon/topsoil best?
Which one describes the B horizon/subsoil best?
Which one describes the C horizon best?
What is a soil profile?
What lies beneath the A, B, and C horizon of soil?
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Who is the blue pony with the rainbow hair?
Who is the yellow pony with pink hair?
Who is the oarnge pony with the yellow hair?
Who is the pink pony with the dark pink hair?
Who is the lavender pony with the purple har?
Who is the white pony with the purple hair?
Who is the yellow pony with the red hair?
Who is the oarnge pony with the purple har?
Who is the white pony with the pink and purple hair?
Who is the pink pony with the pink and white hair?
FLEX Time is:
Teachers can request students:
Channel One can be viewed during FLEX Time:
Monday during FLEX Time is:
FLEX Time Teachers will:
PBIS is:
PBIS will:
LRIS's Collective Commitments are:
Collaboration time is:
Faculty Meeting is:
Examples are construction companies, engine manufacturers, and coal mines.
Human resource activity involving job analysis and job recruitment.
A planned reduction in the number of employees needed.
Human resource activity involving enforcement of company policy.
Examples include insurance companies and dentists.
Human resource activity involving managing promotions and terminations.
An employee to whom a company has made a long-term commitment
Involves removing work from one company and sending it to another company to be completed at a lower cost.
An employee hired for a specific time or to complete a specific assignment.
Human resources activity involving wage, salary, and benefits planning.
The workforce is everyone ____ years old.
thin layer of gases surrounding Earth
glaciers, ice caps, snow, icebergs
all living things
solid part of Earth
crust, mantle, core
most abundant gas in the atmosphere
weather occurs
most of the water on Earth
most of the FRESH water
protects Earth from Sun's ultraviolet rays
protects Earth from meteors
highest air pressure
lowest air pressure
any form of water that falls to the ground
process b y which a gas changes to a liquid
process by which plants release water vapor to the air
process by which animals release water vapor in the air
process by which a liquid changes to gas.
Conduction, convection, and radiation are all examples of what kind of energy transfer?
Which term best explains what happens when a student warms his hand by placing it on a hot water bottle?
Which of these activities is an example of heat transfer through radiation?
Which of the following is the best example of convection?
Which of the following examples transforms energy from electrical to mechanical?
When you rub your hands together and they feel warm, what kind of energy transfer is happening?
Mr. Sudimack placed ice cubes in a glass of juice to keep the drink cold on a warm day. After several minutes, the ice cubes melted. Which of the following statements best describes why this occurred?
Equilibrium happens when two objects reach____________________.
Why do my hands feel cold when I touch an ice cube?
The sun heats the metal football stadium bleacher and as I sit down, I burn my legs. What two types of heat energy transfer are present?
Altruistic syn: selfless
Assent any: disagree
Benefactor syn: humanitarian
Chivalrous any: loutish
Clemency syn: leniency, forbearance, gentleness
Dearth any: surplus, oversupply, glut, abundance
Diffident syn:timid, bashful, unassertive, withdrawn
a difference; a lack of agreement
walk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud any: pranace, skip
Emback any: end, finish
done or achieved with little effort; easy sny: effortless, assured
Indomitable (impossible to subdue)
Infallible (incapable of failure or error)
Punget sny: sharp, spicy, piquant, racy
failing in what duty requires sny: negligent, lax, slack
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A clear example of point source pollution is
Which region of the sea is affected by changes in the tides?
Under which conditions are large numbers of fish in a lake most likely to die?
Why is water from an aquifer more likely to be cleaner than water used from other sources?
Which of the following is the main reason why the ocean is salty?
A body of water that has high turbidity is
Which of these is not a threat to living ocean resources?
Which describes a non point source of pollution?
A neutral pH is:
For what types of water does the Clean Water Act set water quality standards?
1. What does Life Science Study?
Using one or more of your senses to gather information is called
Making a forecast of what will happen in the future is called
Which word describes all the processes that enable an organism to survive
What is a possible explanation for a set of observations or answer to a scientific question?
When you draw a conclusion from an experiment you ask yourself whether the data
Which is the best way to prepare for a lab in your science classroom?
This is a tool you would use to measure the length of an object
When you note that a puppy is spotted you are making a
Which of the following statements about structure and function in organisms is NOT true?
Apples appear red because
The lens of the eye bends light in such a way that objects
The law of reflection states that
The layer of cells that line the inside of the eyeball is called the
The clear transparent front surface of the eye
This sends electric signals to the brain
The colored ring of muscle that contracts and expands to change light let in the eye
The curved structure that refracts light
This color of light has the shortest wavelength and highest frequency
This color of visible light has the longest wavelength and shortest frequency
Animals cells include all these organelles EXCEPT
What differs between multicellular and unicellular organisms?
Which of the following is NOT part of the Cell Theory
The endoplasmic reticulum sends proteins to this organelle where it packages and sends them to other parts of the cell
Proteins are produced here
These are the plant cell's powerhouses, they produce energy
Storage unit of the cell. Contains food, water, waste, and other materials.
Active transport
Osmosis
In diffusion
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Nosotros somos (alto)
Los estudiantes son (inteligente)
Marta es una chica (moreno)
El hombre es muy (delgado)
La mujer no es (fuerte)
Marco y Juan son (rubio).
Los jeans son (azul).
Las faldas son (corto).
El pelo de Elena es muy (largo).
A part of a community’s infrastructure that does not help to support the functioning of a school are:
Construction is a systematic process, which of the selections below is NOT in the proper sequence?
Building a framework includes putting up wall studs and
Homes are built with materials that are readily available. In the eastern United States wood is most often used. What available material could be used in the desert southwest?
Structural insulated panels have the ability to insulate as well as
Preparing the site is:
Construction defined is?
Which of the following is NOT a type of constrution
Building the framework of a site is:
Which of the following is not part of the last step in completing the site?
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Point of view is...
Flashback takes the readerback ...
Foreshadow gives the reader...
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External conflict includes...
Mood is...
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Dialect is language spoken...
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What is the closest planet to the sun?
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Which of the following was a major advantage that Homo sapiens had over Neanderthals?
Why were archaeologists interested in the cave paintings found near Lascaux in southern France?
What was one of the most important signs that early humans were developing a complex culture?
The era during which tools were first developed is known as
Which of the following is one way that Neanderthals and Homo sapiens differed?
All of the following are examples of cultural diffusion among ancient cultures EXCEPT
What common characteristic united the members of a clan?
When archaeologists study an excavation site, objects found closer to the surface are
What two discoveries help advance earliest hominids?
Which of the following was true of hunters and gatherers?
Which of the following is the best explanation for how plants became domesticated?
When early people first began to farm, what materials did they use to build their dwellings?
With the development of farming, people could spend most of their time doing one job, or
Why did the earliest civilizations appear in areas like Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley?
People were first able to start living in settled communities when
Early cities needed more government than farming villages did because
Which of the following is an example of how people benefited from the domestication of animals?
The end of the Ice Age changed life for people in all of the following ways except
Which of the following statements could explain why wheat farming spread from southwestern Asia to North Africa?
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