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To make sure that competition is fair, who enacted various laws to help protect businesses?
Due to this act, medicine companys must let people know of any side effects they may experience.
What are the two government agencies that work to make sure competition remains fair
It is illegal for Circle K and Exxon Gas companies to get together and set prices on the products they offer. This is an example of which act?
The Nike Swoosh is a
What protects a work for 70 years after the death of an author?
Under this law, the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) has to power to force producers to stop manufacturing products that are unsafe.
Under this law, ths commission can determine that a product other than food/drugs is unsafe, and it can force businesses to recall the product and stop selling it
Local governements often establish these regulations to control what types of buildings can be built in what areas.
What is the type of muscle that moves your bones?
What is the type of muscle that lines your stomach and blood vessels?
What is the type of muscle that pumps your heart?
What does a tendon do?
Why must many muscles work in pairs?
What is the name of the strong connective tissue that connects bone to bone?
Which is a function of the skeletal system?
What type of bone marrow produces blood cells?
How do the muscles help your body maintain homeostasis?
What is homeostasis?
Process in which nuclei split apart...
Charge of an alpha particle
Process in which nuclei join together...
Type of radiation that has the most penetrating power.
Isotope have a different number of ____.
What type of radiation can be stopped with a sheet of aluminum?
Which description describes gamma radiation?
In alpha radiation, the atomic mass changes by ___.
In beta radiation, the atomic number changes by ___.
Which of the following is an example of gamma radiation?
What is the name for the Muslim acts of worship?
A holy journey to Makkah is known as a(n)
Christian holy people are called
Early Sumerian writing is called
According to Judaism, this person made a covenant with God.
Invaders who entered the Muslim world from Central Asia were
Muslim leaders are known as
The greatest prophet of Islam is
Early Egyptian writing is called
What is the official religion of the Roman Empire
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When an object moves back and forth quickly it has what type of motion?
What are the four types of motion?
Distance time graphs show
How can you tell if an object has come to a stop on a distance time graph?
A change in an object's __________, tells you that _______ took place, but it does NOT tell you how quickly the object changed positions.
The position of an object is...
All of the following are examples of circular force EXCEPT...
All are examples of vibrational motion EXCEPT...
Centripetal force is a force that is created because of 2 things. 1 is the force that pulls an object toward the center and the other one is....
When looking at a distance time graph, what could you assume if the line is steep?
All of the following are example of linear or straight line motion EXCEPT...
All of the following are examples of projectile motion EXCEPT...
Which of the following is not a way rock is eroded?
Which of the following is not a way that rock is weathered?
Wind erosion has been known to cause:
Turgor Pressure
Glaciers...
Turbidity...
Pangea...
When wind erodes topsoil
Holes in rock formations like Arches national park are most likely because...
Runoff...
Plessy vs. Ferguson
Linda Brown
Brown vs. Board of Education
stereotype
segregate
discrimination
bias
prejudice
integrate
14th Amendment
The word written on the Beale's house that was directed at Maniac
The names of Amanda's little brother and sister.
What was Mrs. Beale always doing before Maniac came to live with them?
Where did Maniac live before going to stay with the Beales?
What was Maniac known for on the East End?
What kind of town was Two Mills?
Why did the old man, the ragpicker, say about black and white people?
What did Amanda do to try and keep Maniac from leaving the East End and her house?
What was the purpose of the Union Blockades?
Where did the bloodiest one day battle of the Civil War take place?
When did most African-Americans become inspired to fight in the Civil War?
Why was Chickamauga important to the Union and Confederacy?
Why did the South need to keep the ports open?
How could the Emancipation Proclamation have helped the South?
What was the importance/significance of the Battle of Antietam?
What kept the Union blockade from being a complete success and stopping ALL imports? (supplies) and exports (cotton)?
What is the importance/significance of Gettysburg?
Name 2 ways that Sherman impacted GA
Who was General Sherman?
What group of people helped to make the union blockades less successful?
What was one of the overall negative effects of the Civil War on GA?
Why did Sherman destroy everything he came in contact with?
Where did most of the fighting in GA happen?
Name two battles of the Civil War that were fought in GA?
What were some of the economic factors (4) that contributed to the South's defeat in the Civil War?
What did the Emancipation Proclamation do?
What caused the death of so many thousands at Andersonville?
He likes sports.
Smoking annoys me.
We are interested in studying medicine.
My mother doesn't like my music.
They hate Spanish games.
You really like (are enchanted) mi boots.
Are you annoyed by Mrs. Broden?
Do you all (Spain) really like (are fascinated) salmon?
Olivia is not interested in Luis.
¿A ustedes les molestan los matones?
Which is a correct literal translation of : Me encanta mirar programas de misterio.
What is the colloquial meaning of: ¿No os gusta llevantaros temprano?
fascinar/ ellas/ cocinar quesadillas
chocar / yo/ las arañas
A stock ticker symbol is the unique alphabetic name which identifies a stock.
Most wealthy people have gained their fortunes by winning the lottery or inheriting a large sum of money.
Bonds are an example of a growth investment.
Capital gain is unearned income received from the sale of an asset above its purchase price.
Someone who has a conservative investment philosophy would most likely invest in CDs, MMAs, Options, Futures, and Commodities.
The time value of money relates directly to time, money, and rate of interest.
When saving for an emergency, it is important to keep your savings liquid.
Commodities are a riskier investment than Mutual Funds.
If an investor can earn 8 percent interest on an investment, approximately how long will it take it to double in value?
Which of the following is a feature of a certificate of deposit (CD)?
Which of the following statements is true in regards to paying taxes on investments?
The most common relationship between risk and return in investing can be stated as:
Kyle has a aggressive investment philosophy. Which one of the following types of investments would Kyle most likely invest?
Which statement below is true about mutual funds?
A bond is:
ETF stands for
All are examples of the different types of returns from investments EXCEPT
Which one of the follow is not an example of investing?
When buying a stock, you are better off investing all of your money at once instead of investing your money in intervals over a period of time.
To calculate simple interest, use the formula I = P x R x T.
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shocked;filled with alarm
rug;fabric floor covering
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Which religion celebrates Ramadan?
Which of the following is the oldest religion?
Which is the main religion of North Africa, Central Asia, and Southwest Asia?
Which is the main religion of Israel?
Which is the world's most popular religion?
What did Hammurabi's Code give Mesopotamians?
What did ancient Egypt have in common with Sumer?
Judaism, Christianity, and Islam all have what in common?
What prophet led the Israelites out of Egypt?
What ethnic group is often angry with the US for its support of Israel?
Who attacked the US in 2001?
Which of the following best describes the lifestyles of people in the region?
A government led by religious leaders is called a
Wedge-shaped writing made with reeds on clay tablets is called
Islam expanded into Asia, North Africa, and parts of Europe under
Muslim merchants developed
Which of these religions first spread to Europe and then around the world?
What caused the breakup of the Ottoman Empire?
In 1948 Jews set up Israel in their part of
The main language of Southwest Asia is
The most serious conflict in recent years has been between Muslim Arab nations and
This region has faced challenges recently because of
Which of the following is NOT a factor contributing to the rapidly growing population of the region?
Sumer was located in
Egyptian rulers were called
Which is NOT a problem faced by overcrowded cities?
Which of the following is NOT shared by Islam, Judaism, and Christianity?
Which religion requires its followers to fast at least once during the year?
Which religions have dietary laws that forbid the eating of pork?
Which religion believes that the human figure should not be depicted in art?
Skilled artists created paintings on the interior wall of the pyramids and burial chambers depicting daily Egyptian life primarily to
According to legend, the first pharaoh and leader who united the Kingdoms of Upper and Lower Egypt was
In ancient Egypt, those responsible for using hieroglyphics to record important information and maintain records were called
How were the Egyptians able to predict when the Nile would flood each year?
The pyramids at Giza were built for
What is the source of much of our knowledge about ancient Egyptian civilization?
In order to construct the pyramids, the Egyptians needed to be proficient in the fields of engineering and
The geography of ancient Egypt included vast desert areas of burning sands known as
The Nile delta formed the region known as
The most important god of all those worshiped by the Egyptians was the sun god
Monotheism is
The book of Exodus states that the Israelites were led out of slavery in Egypt by
Where was the Promised Land that the Torah says God promised to the Israelites as a permanent home?
Some believe Judaism began with
The Ten Commandments were really about...
The first leaders of the Hebrews were known as
What was the Exodus?
Which of these statements about the Ten Commandments is true?
The first place the Israelites conquered in the land of Canaan was
Abraham was originally from....
tiger
giraffe
dolphin
penguin
lion
monkey
whale
crab
zebra
rabbit
The Earth provides many ____________________ which are materials that people use every day.
Some natural resources like water can be used over and over again. This type of natural resources is classified as ___________________.
Resources that take millions of years to form and cannot be replaced in an average person’s lifetime once they are used up are classified as ____________________.
Natural gas, coal and petroleum are all types of ________________.
Fossil fuel is used to produce ____________________.
These resources can be found in layers of ________________ rock.
Because fossil fuels will not be around forever, scientists are searching for new or ______________________ sources of energy
A property of a nonrenewable resource is:
Air is an example of a(n):
Which of the following is an example of conservation?
Which organelle makes proteins?
Which organelle is in a plant cell only?
What is the main function of a vacuole?
Which substnace can enter a cell without being digested?
Where is DNA found?
Which cell transport requires energy?
If a plant cell is placed in a saltwater solution, what will happen to the cell?
The movement of a material from a low concentration to a high concentration is
What color is a postive test for starch?
What color is a positive test for glucose?
chair
book
table
pencil
scissors
eraser
paper
pen
notebook
window
The components necessary for photosynthesis are
The products of photosynthesis are
Photosynthesis takes place mostly in the
Which of the following is not a function of the roots
The exchange of gases takes place in the
The production on energy from food and oxygen is known as
The structure responsible for transporting water in a plant is the
A carrot is an example of a
The main functions of the stem are
Plants carry out which of the following processes
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Old strand : ATG GCG New strand: ATG GGG
The mutation results in a change of a single nucleotide base
The mutation results in a change of multiple nitrogen bases
The type of mutation in which part of a chromosome is reversed in direction
Old Chromosome: ABC DEF New: AC DEF
The mutation occurs and part of the DNA is removed
The mutation when a nitrogen base is added
Which nitrogen base is only found in RNA?
The correct base pair for uracil in RNA is
The backbone on DNA and RNA is made of
Which is NOT a description of the bond that must be broken for DNA replication to occur?
Which is an mRNA strand for this DNA: TAG CAA TGC
Which is not a difference in DNA and RNA
When a mutation results in an allele that is recessive, it will only be expressed in these individuals.
The location proteins are made is the ribosome. Which type of RNA makes the ribosome?
Which of the following sequences can occur in RNA?
DNA is made up of
Which pairing is not following base pairing rules?
Who first proposed the double -helix structure of DNA?
DNA is located in the
The 3 levels of a product include
The marketing mix includes
Successful marketing will
If the product life cycle is moving downward; the product is
The CORE benefit of shoes is what?
The ACTUAL benefit of a Ford pickup is
An AUGMENTED benefit is
The product life cycle goal of any company is
What percentage of products stay in the introduction life cycle phase?
Wanting a red shoe instead of a blue shoe is a _____ benefit.
Pricing strategy that make a product seem higher in quality than it actually is:
The pricing matrix uses a graph to match items based on quality and price. Companies who lower their price below retail value for higher quality products are using...
Matter can NOT be which of the following:
A graduated cylinder measures:
Water displacement can be used to find the volume of:
A balance is used to measure:
Density measures:
Which of the following is an example of a physical change?
The amount of space an object takes up is known as:
The amount of material in a substance is:
Two or more substances that are physically combined:
Anything that has mass and volume is known as a(n):
A solid has:
What has a definite volume but NOT a definite shape?
What has no definite shape or volume?
A characteristic of a substance that can be observed without changing the identity of the substance is called a...
A liquid _________________ as it changes to a solid.
The ability of a solvent to dissolve a certain amount of solute is called its:
All matter is up of small particles called:
When atoms from two or more elements or compounds combine to form a new substance, a _____________ occurs.
When atoms of different elements combine, the molecule formed is called a _________________.
In salt water, salt is the ____________ and water is the ___________.
Who said that when a government fails to protect its people's rights, the people should rebel and set up a new government?
What is the purpose of a Constitution?
What was the MAIN cause of the American Revolution?
Which is NOT true about the Declaration of Independence?
What was the outcome of the American Revolution?
Who was in the first estate in France?
Who was in the second estate in France?
Who was in the third estate in France?
The third estate was angry because...
Which is true about the Estates General?
Where did the French citizens get the idea to rebel?
Which document was issued by the National Assembly?
What was Maximilien Robespierre known for?
The social class system in Latin America was based mostly on...
The guillotine was an Enlightenment method of execution because it displayed which part of the revolutionary motto?
What word best describes the monarchs of other European countries after France declared itself a republic?
Because of the French Revolution...
A mob in Paris attacked the Bastille because...
Ten years into the revolution, most French people...
Who led the revolution in Haiti?
The first cervical vertebrae is also known as the __________
The dens, or odontoid process, is found on the___________.
The __________ is found between the iliac bones.
The ribs articulate with the__________.
Costal cartilage is formed by _________________ .
The intervertebral discs are made of______.
Which of the following does NOT form part of the bony orbit?
Which of the following does NOT form part of the bony orbit?
The bony process posterior to your ear is the_____________ .
The suture between the parietal and frontal bones is the________suture.
The suture between the parietal and occipital bones is the________suture.
The suture between the 2 parietal bones, ending at the occipital and frontal bones is the________suture.
The meninges surrounding the brain attaches to the________.
The pituitary gland sets in the________________.
The spinal cord leaves the skull via the_______________.
There are ___ cervical vertebrae, _____ thoracic vertebrae, and _____ lumbar vertebrae.
Spinal nerves will pass through the______________ foramina to form peripheral nerves.
The inferior most portion of the sternum is the ______.
During CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) the hands are pressed into the _______ to perform chest compressions.
The lower jaw is formed by the________________ bone.
Motion is the...
When an object travels in a line (curved or straight) it is this type of motion...
How can you tell if an object is moving when looking at a distance time graph?
An object that is used to compare the position or motion of another object is called?
If an object has centripetal force in what direction does the force ALWAYS act?
What would happen to an object in a circle if no centripetal force was present?
When an object moves in a circle because of centripetal force it has what type of motion?
When an object is pushed into the air at an angle it has what type of motion?
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Agricultural products include
Agricultural businesses must do three things
The role of transportation in other industries such as agriculture is
When designing solutions to technological problems, engineers use the
What type of resource are crops grown on a farm?
Agriculture can help the transportation industry reduce its dependency on foreign energy sources by
This transportation system is designed to move grain harvested into silos or storage bins and may or may not include stations for drying and cleaning of the grain prior to storage.
________________ are used in a variety of industries, but specifically utilized in agriculture to move products in and out of storage facilities.
The crop is cut and directed into a rotating chamber with a series of beaters rotating in opposite directions. This is done using which of the following?
Transporation systems includes four types of transportation. Which is true?
Memos are generally used for ___________________.
Reference initials are:
Which of the following does NOT belong to a memo heading?
All of the following are examples of a special notation except ......
Press ____________ to move the cursor from one cell to the next in a table.
The Shortcut for spell check is ___________.
When calculating GWAM how many keystrokes equal one word?
When creating a title page you would use which feature for formatting?
A table is made up of columns and ___________.
What additional piece of information do you need to know when calculating CWAM instead of GWAM?
In a report which of the following is the correct placement for page number?
In a business letter, block format means all lines begin at the left margin
The spacebar is properly struck by _______________.
What are the two variables in calculating GWAM?
Anchoring refers to _______________.
The Thesaurus tool can do all of the following except:
How can you restore your document to the command last performed?
In a memo, what is different about the subject heading line?
Using only the keyboard, how do you move the insertion point to the beginning of each word?
In one of the tool bars you can change document view from 75% to 100%. What is this feature called?
When saving an existing document to a different place and file name, use ________.
To change the typeover feature you select the _________ key.
Default means:
The shortcut keys to move the cursor to the beginning of the document are ____________.
At the end of each sentence there are ___________ spaces after the punctuation mark.
Business Letters- A Colon after the salutation and a Comma after the closing, your punctuation is ________________.
When sending a "COPY" of a Letter or Memo what Special Notation is used?
To erase a character to the left you would use ___________.
To get to the end of a document, you would use ___________.
To select a word with your mouse
The most common use for the thesaurus is to find synonyms or similar words.
All of the following are short cut keys to change Alignment except ________.
Which of the following is NOT proper keyboarding technique?
A red wavy line under a word means there is a grammar error.
The key that erases one character to the right is the backspace key.
Font size is measured in:
What is the correct format for a date when typing a business letter?
Text that is copied is stored ......
Ready to use graphics or drawings are called
What is the top margin of a business letter?
In a Business letter, the "Dear" is an example of the
Spell check will NOT detect:
Which of the following is an editing technique?
The amount of space vertically between the lines of text is called ______________.
When making a list and order DOES NOT matter you would use ___________.
The blank space from the edges of the paper to the test is the ___________.
When a page is taller than it is wide, the orientation is ____________.
What feature moves the cursor to a new line when get to the end?
The correct line spacing for a report is _____________ spaced.
A widow or orphan is a single line by itself at the top or bottom of a page.
The shortcut CTRL + Enter is used to create a _____________.
What is text on every page in the bottom margin called?
The first page of a report is numbered.
Which key is used with the mouse to select files that are not adjacent to each other.
Text that is slanted slightly to the right is using which font effect?
Landscape and Portrait are examples of changing the page _____________.
What is a cell in a Table?
Five keystrokes are equal to one ___________.
What key do you press to move from cell to cell in a Table?
The type of alignment where the left and right sides are all the same
Telemedicine is the use of medical information exchange from one site to another via
Which of the following situations is not considered part of telemedicine?
Telemedicine allows hospitals to optimize the use of their personnel by
Medical related images and simulations available to educate patients is an example of
Health workers in remote areas of the world can communicate with specialists using webcams and
An example of mathematics being used in medicine is
__________________ is the use of medical information exchanged from one site to another via electronic communications to improve patients' health status
Which of the following is NOT and example of Telemedicine
Which of the following is NOT and example of Telemedicine technologies.
Which of the following is NOT a resource (Input) in the universal system.
Which of the following are the solutions to the equation 3 l x-8 l = 132 ?
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Which inequality represents the sentence, " The product of w and 12 is greater than 54"
Which inequality is equivalent to m/ -8 > 7 ?
Which inequality represents the sentence " The difference of r and 12 is less than 22 "
Solve 3.4 > p - 2.3
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A naturally occuring chemical in tobacco that causes users to become addicted.
What is a carcinogen?
One can of skoal is equal to how many pakcs of cigarettes?
One can of Copenhangen is equal to how many packs of cigarettes?
What is the number one preventable cause of death in the United States?
What is the number three most preventable cause of death in the United States?
How many carcinogens are in a cigarette
How many carcinogens are in dip or snuff?
In what year did New York ban smoking in restaurants and bars?
These are white precancerous cells that grow in the mouth as a result of smokeless tobacco use.
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adjective: feeling or showing strong excitement about something
adjective: willing to do dangerous or difficult things; showing a lack of fear
adjective: showing a tendency to disagree with other people in an angry way
adjective: confused; puzzled; baffled; perplexed or confused especially by a complexity, variety, or multitude of objects or considerations
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adjective: tending to complain about things; tending to grumble; grumpy; peevish; having a bad temper
My sister____ to pop concerts.
He_____ watch films on Mondays.
___ you play hockey?
We _____ out alone at night.
I______ gymnastics.
She_______ a belt
_____ your brother play hockey?
They_____ in the swimming pool
Mary______ English at school
I_____ on skiing holidays in the winter.
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What example demonstrates the use of satellite tracking within a distribution channel?
What do marketers want to achieve by determining distribution intensity?
How do channel members add value to a product?
What is one action that customer service can take to facilitate order processing?
Which of the following is an aspect of channel management that impacts customer service?
Which of the following would probably use a longer channel of distribution than the others:
What indirect channel of distribution is used to reach large retailers when the producer does not want responsibility for the selling activities?
Which of the following makes it possible for a business's drivers to determine their exact location and obtain accurate directions to destinations:
Which situation hinders a business's ability to provide quality customer service?
What statement is true about technology in relation to channel management?
What is an advantage for producers in using the producer to wholesaler to retailer to consumer distribution channel?
When is it best for a business to use an exclusive distribution pattern?
What factor could determine legal ownership of goods in the distribution process?
What legal example is represented by a manufacturer selling its products through a toll-free phone system, a company web site, and several retailers?
In which situation might exclusive distribution be considered a legal arrangement?
What is an example of a large business using coercion in the distribution channel?
Which of the following is an example of distributing goods through a gray-market strategy?
What is an example of a topic that would be addressed in an informational message?
How should the information be presented when writing informational messages?
Which of the following events occurred in 1607?
All of the following were reasons that representative government developed in the colonies EXCEPT—
Which of the following colonial regions had the best soil and climate for largescale agriculture?
Many Puritans settled within which of the British colonies in North America?
Why was slavery so important to the Southern colonies in the colonial era?
Why is the Fundamental Orders of Connecticut important to the development of democracy in the English colonies?
Which of the following is a characteristic of the Virginia House of Burgesses that contributed to the growth of representative government?
Which of the following is a true statement about the transatlantic slave trade?
What was the primary cause of economic differences among the colonies in North America?
Which of the following explains the colonization and rapid development of North Carolina, New Jersey, Virginia, New York, and Massachusetts Bay colonies?
Which year did the Pilgrims arrive in America and sign the Mayflower Compact?
Which of the following was a chief economic cause for colonization in the Americas?
Which of the following was a motivation for British colonization of North America?
Early colonial Maryland was predominantly home to Catholics, while colonial Pennsylvania was home to-
Which of the following conditions contributed to the development of representative government in the American colonies?
Religious leaders contributed to the growth of representative government s in the 13 colonies by-
How did the practice of slavery influence colonial life in the South prior to and after the American Revolution?
How did physical geography influence the settlement patterns that emerged in the American colonies?
Why were French explorers interested in claiming the Mississippi River and having access to the Great Lakes?
Roger Williams was motivated to establish Rhode Island as a colony because he wanted to-
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In geographical terms , the land of Greece is a large ___________________.
A government in which on a few people have power is called a ____________.
What does democracy mean?
Which of the following best describes a lyric poem?
A Greek famous for his fables was _____________.
A leader who uses force to hold power is a ______________.
A high hill that often has a fortress on its top is a(n) _________________.
People who have the right to participate in government are ____________
Rich landowners were known as _____________.
An age marked by great achievements is known as a ______________age.
This is the intoxicating ingredient in alcohol
If a person drinks 5 or more drinks ina row without taking a break they are:
How much ethanol is in a standard drink?
Which of the following is not one of the three types of alcohol we discussed?
Alcohol is classified as a central nervous system:
A standard drink of wine is how many ounces?
A standard drink of liquor is how many ounces?
A standard drink of beer is how many ounces?
A person who continues involvement with alcohol despite suffering negative consequences:
A drunk driver kills someone every:
This is the most commonly abused illegal drug in the world:
This is the part of the brain that controls appetite and causes marijuana users to have the munchies
This is the chemical that causes the high in marijuana:
Marijuana is classified as a:
Marijuana use is increasing.
Marijuana users usually move on to other more hard core drugs and this is why marijuana is commonly called a:
Marijuana is physically addictive
This is a form of marijuana that is more pure and is made up of THC resin. It often looks like chocolate.
This is the portion of the brain that controls short term memory and is affected by marijuana:
What percentage of teenagers have used marijuana at least once?
A completed form authorizing a seller to deliver goods with payment to be made later is called a(n)
The costing method that uses the price of merchandise purchased last to calculate the cost of merchandise sold first is called
A form used during a periodic inventory to record information about each item of merchandise on hand is called a(n)
The number of times the average amount of merchandise inventory is sold during a specific period of time is called the
Goods that are given to a business to sell but for which title remains with the vendor, are called a(n)
The costing method that uses the lower of cost or market price to calculate the cost of ending merchandise inventory is called
A form used to show the type of merchandise, quantity received, quantity sold, and balance on ahnd is called a(n)
The inventory method that uses the average cost of beginning inventory plus merchandise purchased during a fiscal period to calculate the cost of merchandise sold is called
A person or business that gives goods on consignment is called the
The method of estimating inventory by using a percentage based on both cost and retail prices is called
Many parts of an ecosystem are living.
There are also parts of an ecosystem that are not alive and never have been.
Lions have existed for a long time in Africa because they are the king of the jungle.
No silly, you do not need to feed your plant. It makes its own food.
Of course you have to eat! You can not just make your own food
UGHHHH!!! The smell of this gas as it comes out of the ground sure does stink!!!
rats quivered with fear when my cat Spunky got after them. She sure was a good hunter!!!
Ticks are like vampires. They help themselves by draining the blood out of other organisms
Yes Indeed, two different species can have a close relationship while sharing the same space.
In the circle of life, two organisms can benefit from another at the same time
What year did the Civil War begin?
What year did the Civil War end?
How many years was the Civil War?
Which state was not a border state?
Which of the following states would have fought against slavery?
Who was president during the Civil War?
Why were the Union states fighting?
Why were the Confederate states fighting?
What was the Confederate States of America?
How was the southern economy different from the northern economy?
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El Sr. DeVoog ---- de Holanda.
Los estudiantes ------ de Mexico.
Nosotros------- de los Estados Unidos,
Ustedes ------ de Cuba?
Los padres de Jennifer Lopez ------ de Puerto Rico.
Ramon ----- de California.
Luisa ----- de Espana.
Tu y yo ------ de Canada.
Pilot fishes do not harm sharks, but they sure do know how to take advantage of them.
What are you thinking? You can't just allow that tick to be a guest on your arm It will kill you.
Some organisms can live together without feeling the need to compete for resources.
Animals must get their food and water before annother animal gets there first.
Bacteria serve the role of breaking down other organisms in this process.
From the producer to the first order consumer to the second order consumer.
It is neat to think of how food chains are interconnected.
What is it called when you have an interconnected network of food chains?
Trout can only live within certain ponds. Take them out of there and they die.
The production of protein in plants is increased by the cycle of this gas found on the period table
This is the area of the brain that controls decision making and is not fully developed until a person is in their early 20's
This is the portion of the brain that controls emotional responses. It is usually fully developed by the age of 12.
This is when someone continues involvement with a substance or activity despite the negative consequences associated with it.
This occurs when someone under the influence of inhalants suffers a sudden rush of adrenaline and their heart stops as a result
This is the protective covering of nerve endings that is destroyed by inhalants.
Where is Cocaine derived from?
Each of the following is and example of a barbituate except which one:
Which of the following is not a way that cocaine is commonly used?
opiates fall under what category of drug?
Which of the following is not a class of inhalant?
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What is the diffrence between a eukarotye and a prokaryote?
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Fire, hurricanes, and other natural disturbances can result in
The first organisms to repopulate an area affected by a volcanic eruption are called
A small valley where the average temperature is usually higher than that of the surrounding countryside has its own
Which of the following is an example of ecological succession?
The way an organism makes its living, including its interactions with biotic and abiotic factors of its environment, is called the organism’s
Primary succession is ecological succession that begins in a place that ________________________.
A species on which other species in an ecosystem largely depend on, and it’s removal would devastate the ecosystem.
Secondary succession begins in a place that __________________.
Ecological succession makes it possible for __________________________.
The final stage of ecological succession is ______________________.
Different species can share the same habitat, but competition among them is reduced if they
What is one difference between primary and secondary succession?
Which factor can influence continual change in an ecosystem?
An example of a place with a microclimate is
A wolf pack hunts, kills, and feeds on a moose. In this interactions, the wolves are
Why did the Ottoman Empire end?
Who decided to split up Palestine ?
What U.S. President made Egypt and Israel sign a peace treaty?
How did the Holocaust have an effect on Israel?
Why did Saddam Hussein invade Kuwait?
Who won the Six Days War?
Operation Iraqi Freedom was fought between who?
What is OPEC?
Name the types of Government for Israel
What is the difference between Israel and Palestine?
When selling advertising space in sport/event programs, it is important for marketers to give their customers the
Rachel is selling program advertisements for a marching band competition that her high school is hosting. Which of the following sales prospects is most likely to purchase ad space in the program?
To sell advertising space in an event program, the first thing Kyle should do is
Camille is developing a rate card for advertising space in her school's yearbook. Which of the following layouts is the most expensive for advertisers to purchase?
A primary reason that sport/event marketers sell advertising space in their programs is to
To increase revenue, professional baseball and football teams often sell advertising that appears
After event organizers released information to the press that a well-known country singer will perform at an upcoming fundraiser, ticket sales for the event increased dramatically. This situation exemplifies how a celebrity appearance can
A charity organization is holding a fundraising event in New York. The event will include a dinner prepared by the chef of a five-star restaurant and an upscale style show. To generate interest, the event organizers plan to have a celebrity serve as
Which of the following is an example of a business using a celebrity's appearance to attract customers to an event:
Author Randall McPeak's new thriller, Race to the End of Time, was recently released. McPeak's publisher arranged for him to do book signings and readings at several bookstores across the country. The author's appearances are beneficial to the bookst
When making appearances at special events, a well-known rock star asks that the event organizer to pay for the air travel, lodging, and meals for his/her band and back-up singers. These requirements are examples of
What is the most common economic system?
What is the gov. led economic System?
What is a tariff?
What is specialization?
An example of an Autocratic Gov. is
A Absolute Monarchy
Saudi Arabia has this kind of Gov.
What is a Petrochemical?
What is a democracy?
what is Desalination?
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What does ensuing mean?
What does tacit mean?
How did Jem say he lost his pants?
What was Miss Maudie so protective over?
What does morbid mean?
What does benign mean?
What does Aloof mean?
What does the kids wait on Mr.Avery to do every knight?
Why was scout so worried about Jem when he went to get his pants?
What is scouts nickname made by Jem?
When a nucleotide base is replaced with a chemically similar nucleotide and there are no recognizable effects on the organism; then the mutation is said to be
A mutation that increases the chances of an organisms survival is said to be
Any change is the genetic material of an organism is called
Genetic changes (mutation) that result in harm to an organism is said to be
What type of RNA carries amino acids to the ribosome?
What type of RNA has codons?
Which type of RNA has anticodons?
Which type of RNA get the genetic code directions from DNA?
Which type of RNA makes up the ribosome?
Which type of RNA travels from the nucleus to the ribosome with directions on how to make protein?
Where is DNA located?
What is the building block that makes up DNA and RNA?
The rungs of the ladder in the double helix model for DNA would be made of
What scientists are credited with the DNA model?
The sugar in RNA is
The group of 3 nucleotides in DNA are called
The group of 3 nucleotides in mRNA is called
The group of 3 nucleotides in tRNA is called
The monomer (building block) of protien is called
The monomer (building block) of DNA is called
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President Theodore Roosevelt’s conservation efforts were influenced by a desire to
After the Civil War, white Southern landowners used sharecropping to
Which development led to the other three?
Which event marked the beginning of the space wiht the Soviet Union?
Which factor directly contributed to the growth of suburban communiteis after WWII?
The major reason for President harry Truman\'s decision to use atomic bombs against Japan was the
Which factor cntributed most to the repeal of national Prohibition in 1933?
Duke Ellington, Langston Hughes, and Bessie Smith are most closely associated with efforts to
What ws one feature of the United States economy during the 1920\'s that contributed to the Great Depression?
The actions of muchrakers in the late 19th centruy and early 20th centruy resulted in
A file of stock records for all merchandise on hand is called a(n)
The period of time needed to sell an average amount of merchandise inventory is called the
The person or business that receives goods on consignment is called the
If an inventory is taken once each year, the business must be using the perpetual inventory method
If ending inventory is understated, retained earnings will be overstated
A perpetual inventory maintains a continuous record of merchandise inventory increases and decreases
When using the lower of cost or market, compare the cost of inventory using your normal costing method to the current replacement cost. The inventory's valued at whichever is lower
A business may fail if it does not have enough inventory on hand, but will not fail if it has an excess of inventory
Comparing inventory costing methods in times of rising prices, the first-in, first-out method will result in the highest cost of merchandise sold
FOB shipping point means that the title to the goods passes to the buyer when the vendor delivers the goods at the buyer's place of business.
Most businesses have a merchandise inventory turnover ratio close to 12, since they offer terms on n/30 to their customers
The cost of items in inventory involves both the price paid to vendors for the merchandise and the costs involved in getting the goods to the place of business and ready for sale
To use the retail method of estamating inventory, the cost of purchase, sales and beginning merchandise inventory must be known. The retail price of items sold must also be known.
The cost of merchandise avaliable for sale consists of beginning merchandise inventory and net purchases
Each year, the business uses the inventiry costing method that results in the most favorable net income
To prepare monthly interim financial statements, a business should take the inventory monthly
If ending inventory is overstated, net income will be overstated
The consignor is the owner of the goods on consignment and is responsible for selling the goods
If ending inventory is overstated, the cost of merchandise sold will be understated
A low merchandise inventory turnover ratio usually indicates a high return on investment
During which phase of the meotic cell cycle does DNA repliocation occur?
During which phase of meiosis does the nuclear membrane reform around chromosomes?
Homologous chromosomes move toward opposite poles of a dividing cell during...
Meosis is similar to mitosis in that...
Asexually reproducing organisms produce offspring that are geneticallky identical to each other and to the parents. What type of cell division are they products of?
A human cell containing 44 autosomes and 2 X chromosomes is...
A _____________ is a complete set of chromosomes of an organism, arranged and displayed in pairs and ordered by size.
Which two cells would likely more genetically similar to each other?
Two traits are being crossed, Aa and Bb respectfully. After meiosis, how many different combinations of these alleles could be produed in the haploid daughter cells?
In mitosis, two sister chromatids are attached at the
Fossils show that species have not changed over time
Heterotrophic prokaryotes introduced oxygen into the atmosphere allowing for fermentation to occur.
RNA came before DNA
An organic substance must have carbon in it\'s composition.
Stanely Miller and Harold Urey simulated early atmospheric conditions to test the idea on the origin of life.
Francesco Redi performed a controlled experiment with flies and maggots to test this idea on the origin of life.
Prokaryotic Cells were involved in the formation of eurkaryotic cells.
Life arises from non-life.
Only living organisms can produce other living organisms.
Energy from the sunlight or lightning alled the first organic molecuels to form.
All of the following are true of meiosis EXCEPT...
If 2n=8, for a particular cell, then the chromosome number in egg cell after meiosis would be
Crossing over occurs during which phase of meiosis
Meiosis takes place in which of the following organs?
Asexual and sexual reproduction differ in the way that sexual reproduction...
Which of the following shows mitosis in the correct chronological order?
Imagine a human skin cell is in G1. If a karyotype were prepared how many chromosomes would be observed in the cell?
A malignant tumor is a condition in which cells
In pea plants, inflated pods (R) are dominant to constricted pods (r). Which is a cross between inflated and constricted pods?
In a codominant cross, a black chicken is crossed with a black and white chicken. What are the possible genotypes that can be produced?
The 2 methods businesses may use to determine the # of goods in inventory are taking a physical count of the goods and keeping a continuous record for each inventory item.
The unit of measurement concept states that the unit price should be used to record inventory cost when merchandise is purchased.
An inventory record lists the number of units on hand, the unit price of the item, and the item's total cost.
At the end of each fiscal period, the cost of merchandise available for sale divided by the ending merchandise inventory equals net purchases for the fiscal period.
The gross profit method of estimating inventory assumes that a relationship exists between net sales and gross profit.
If ending inventory is understated, merchandise inventory on the balance sheet will be overstated.
If the average number of days' sales in merchandise inventory is 40 days, the merchandise inventory turnover ratio (rounded to the nearest 0.1) is 9.1.
A consignee agrees to care for goods and attempt to sell the goods, but does not count the goods in its inventory.
A stock record is used in a periodic inventory to record the number of goods purchased, the number of goods sold, and the quantity in inventory.
Comparing inventory costing methods in times of rising prices, the last-in, first-out method will result in the lowest reported net income.
The genetic make up of an organism is called
What is an allele?
In humans, a male has
Human female produce egg cells that have
Most sex-linked genes are located on
Colorblindness is more common in males than female because
which of these disorders is recessive?
Gametesmust be haploid because
Why does sexual reproduction result in greater diversity among offspring than does asexual reproduction?
During DNA replication, the wrong nucleotide was inserted in the DNA sequence. Which of the following terms describes this situation?
FOB destination means that the title to the goods passes to the buyer when the goods are received at the buyer's place of business.
One advantage of a computerized inventory system is that managers have more frequent inventory information available to them.
300 units are in ending inventory. There were 200 in beginning inventory purchased at $1 per unit. 400 were purchased at $1.20. Using LIFO, what's the total cost of end. inventory?
300 units are in ending inventory. There were 200 in beginning inventory purchased at $1 per unit. 400 were purchased at $1.20. Using FIFO, what's the total cost of end. inventory?
Beginning merchandise inventory is $75,000. Ending merchandise inventory is $56,000. What is the average merchandise inventory?
The cost of merchandise sold is $305,000. Average merchandise inventory is $53,000. What is the Merchandise Inventory Turnover Ratio?
A company's merchandise turnover ratio for the current fiscal period is 5.6. What is the average number of days' sales in merchandise inventory?
The costing method that uses the price of merchandise purchased last to calculate the cost of merchandise sold first is
Beginning inventory = 1,300 units at $18 per unit. First purchase=1,500 units at $19. 2nd purchase=1,500 units at $20. End. inv.=1,900 units. Cost of end. inv. using weighted-avg?
A form used during a periodic inventory to record info about each item of merchandise on hand is a(n)
What were the three motivations (causes) of European exploration?
What were the three effects of European exploration?
Lines of latitude are
Lines of longitude are
Who might use a map that you can see only the top part of the globe?
Native Americans tend to impact the environment in a
Which European country was most interested in getting beaver fur during exploration?
After Native Americans died of European diseases such as small pox, who did the Europeans enslave?
What is the exchange of goods, diseases, plants and animals that occured after exploration began called?
What occured when Native Americans were exposed to European diseases such as small pox?
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Which of the following structures does a Euglena use to move?
Which of the following structures does a Paramecium use to move?
Which of the following structures does an amoeba use to move?
What is the difference between an autotroph and a heterotroph?
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How was France divided prior to the French Revolution?
Who was in the 1st Estate?
Which estate was the only estate that paid taxes?
What did the 3rd Estate call themselves after creating their own legislative body separate from the Estates-General
What did the Tennis Court Oath promise to do?
Why was the storming of the Bastille important?
Why did a mob of peasant women demand Louis XVI return to Paris?
What symbolized the Reign of Terror?
What radical group controlled the National Convention during the radical phase of the Revolution?
Who was the king of France at the beginning of the French Revolution?
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CaCO3 represents a chemical
Substances that form as a result of a chemical equation are called
A bottle of hydrogen peroxide breaks down into water and oxygen gas. This is an example of what kind of reaction?
Chemicals that act as biological catalysts by speeding up reactions are
The ___________ is the amount of one material present in a given volume of another material.
The rate of a chemical reaction is independent of temperature.
The _______________ is the minimum amount of energy that must be added to start a chemical reaction.
The arrow in a chemical equation represents _____________
Physical changes occur when existing bonds break, and new bonds form.
A reaction in which one element replaces another in a compound or two elements in different compounds trade places is called a __________ reaction.
used to advertise a one-time upcoming event; typically short in nature and has a short life span
specific topic or product; more long-term in nature than that of a flyer
use of a heading at the top and sometimes at the bottom of a letter; used to communicate a message and relay contact information
publication that contains contact information for a business or individual; distributed to help recipients remember you or your business
used to provide informational updates to a specific club, group or organization on a regular basis; describe a variety of events over a specific time period
A business card provides contact information.
A flyer is long term in nature
A brochure covers a specific topic.
A newsletter is distributed to help people remember your business.
Letterhead can be located at the top and bottom of a letter.
What is Polytheism?
What is Anti- Semitism?
what is Zionism?
What is a Pilgrimage ?
Name the two major sects of the Islam religions.
Name the holy city that all three religions share
Name the holy book for the Muslim
What religion began first in the Middle East?
What is Monotheism?
Who is the most important person on the Islam Faith?
Identify the independent variable in the problem listed: How does the distance from an eye chart affect the number of letters that are recognized?
Identify the dependent variable in the problem listed: How does the distance from an eye chart affect the number of letters that are recognized?
Identify a constant needed in this problem: How does the size of a bicycle tire affect the distance it will travel when it is pedaled a set number of times?
Identify the independent variable in this problem: How does the size of a bicycle tire affect the distance it will travel when it is pedaled a set number of times?
Identify the dependent variable in this problem: Will apple trees receiving the most water produce the sweetest apples?
An experiment was done with six groups of children to see if scores on their weekly spelling tests were affected by the number of minutes of spelling practice they had each day. What is the independent variable?
An investigation was done to see if more bushels of potatoes would be produced if the soil was fertilized more. What is one constant needed?
In this problem what is the dependent variable: Does the size of a soccer ball affect how easy it is to juggle?
Identify the independent variable in this question: How does the length of string affect the number of times a pendulum will swing back and forth?
Identify the independent variable in this problem: How does the amount of oxygen in the water affect the oyster population?
A student wanted to find out which brand of paper towel absorbed the most water. What is the dependent variable?
In the following hypothesis, identify the independent variable: If the temperature of water is higher, then the faster an egg will boil.
Identify a constant needed in the following experiment: If a ball is dropped from a higher height, then the ball will bounce higher.
What are two things that are only in a planet cell?
All (blank) come from other (blank)?
What are organisms?
What is cell theory?
Why are cells important?
What is the nucleus in a cell?
What type of cell are you? and me
What type of cells are plant cells?
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Protocols are:
TCP/IP is:
TCP:
A router is:
IP:
A web server:
Packet switching:
TCP:
IP:
What is an advantage of packet switching?
The process of good money management should start with...
A record of your assets and liabilities is called...
Which of the following will a budget not do?
The amount of money you plan to use for a certain budget category is...
The difference between actual spending and budgeted spending is called...
Why should you not use your checkbook as a budgeting system?
If you don\'t have a lot of money, you don\'t need a financial plan.
Financial planning will do all of the following, except...
What does this picture illustrate?
Which of the following is not part of estate planning?
Which state most important to win electoral votes?
How do you find how many electoral votes a state has?
How many electoral votes are needed to win?
What color represents Republicans?
What animal represents Democrats?
Which party supports gun rights?
One thing that the Democratic Party supports
Goal of PAC?
One thing PACs do
One fact about Third Parties
B.A.C. stands for
The legal limit for B.A.C for someone who is over 21 and operating a motor vehicle is:
The legal B.A.C for someone under the age of 21 that is operating a motor vehicle is:
Cigarette use is at an all-time high
The most frequent cause of overdose in Opiate abusers is:
Opiates are prescribed by doctor's to reat:
Fetal Alcohol syndrome is caused by the use of what type of drug during pregnancy?
54. This a disease that can be caused by frequent long term use of alcohol. It is characterized by healthy liver tissue being destroyed and turning into scar tissue.
Prescription Pills are safer than illegal drugs because they are prescribed by a doctor.
Benzoids are most commonly abused using which of the following methods?
Which is the FIRST step in opening a checking account?
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