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What is CONDUCTION?
What is RADIATION?
What is THERMODYNAMICS?
What is HEAT CONDUCTIVITY?
What is a CONVECTION CURRRENT?
What is a MOLECULE?
What is an INSULATOR?
What is a PHOTON?
What are two types of photons?
Things that are moving have the ability to do............
Kinetic Energy is
A rock sitting on a ledge has
If pushed, this same boulder that is rolling is showing
Does a book flat on the ground have potential energy?
Potential Energy
if the rock is resting on a table, then falls...
Which type of energy is know as the energy of position?
Which type of energy is the energy of movement?
A row of dominoes are falling into each other and tipping their neighbor.
One of the duties of an elected representative in Canada is to...
What is the main reason that it is important for Canadian citizens to vote?
What is a constituency?
What document in 1215 introduced the rule of law?
The right to associate with whomever you wish and express opinions and beliefs openly would be considered examples of:
The right to __________ is not one of the rights and freedoms granted to Canadian citizens?
The use of consensus as a way of making decisions by the Haudenosaunee reflected their beliefs that:
Which of the following details of the social structure of the Iroquois Confederacy helped to prevent any one nation (of the Mohawk, Onondaga, Oneida, Seneca, Cayuga or Tuscarora) f
In the democratic political system of ancient Athens, a magistrate
Athens was able to independently develop a democratic system of government at a time when many other cities of ancient Greece could not because Athens:
1. Light is an example of
2. Earth’s seasons can be attributed primarily to which of the following in conjunction with its revolution about the Sun?
3. The tides on Earth are caused by
4. Engineers are testing a new model of car. Tests in a wind tunnel indicate that there are problems controlling the car in conditions where high winds blow across the car.
5. What causes winter in the northern hemisphere?
6. A rubber ball is placed into a graduated cylinder filled halfway with water. The ball sinks to the bottom, and a student notes that the water rises by 12 mL.
7. Which of these planets is the largest?
What is the largest object in the solar system?
11. In which parts of the day are shadows shortest?
14. Plants use the energy of sunlight to produce
Engineers, architects and others who engage in design to solve practical problems, use:
Which of the personal characteristics listed below does not influence engineering design?
A constraint that is concerned with cost and must be considered when designing is:
Which of the constraints listed below is not considered a physical constraint?
Engineering designs principles are used to evaluate designs according to flexibility, balance, function and:
In design principles the purpose of an object is defined as what?
The position of elements in relation to each other is ___________?
Design principle in which everything in the design seems to fit together with nothing out of place.
Everything in the picture is symmetical and of equal visual weight.
The size relationship of one object to the rest of the image.
Who coined the term "Gilded Age" in a book?
Which of the following would BEST describe what life was like in the cities of the late 1800s?
Which African American believed that in order to acheive equality, they needed to prove their worth through actions
The Populist Party supported which of the following ideas on their Platform?
Who was Jim Crow?
Which one is the theory that those who are meant to survive will evolve in society?
This is the time period with Americans push for social changes to better American lives and get rid of corruption?
This was an organization that fought to unify and protect the interests of farmers
This was term used when a Union member was labeled as a "troublemaker" and lost his job.
A journalist that writes about the problems in society were called:
The Cherokee are one of __________________civilized tribes.
The Cherokee were one of 5 civilized tribes who were forced on the _________________
There are ___ clans of the Cherokee
Clanship is traced through the _____________
The ___________ symbolizes the sacred fire which the Cherokees have always kept burning in their land
The date _____ is when the constitution of the Cherokee Nation west was adopted
The Cherokee Syllabary was invented by _____________
Stickball represents the modern European game of _______________
The writing system of the Cherokees that was invented in the early 1800s is called the __________
_____________ is played with a smooth stone disk and 2 long slender poles
The Scientific Method is a/an:
The Engineering Design Process follows:
In science, you form a hypothesis; in engineering, you:
In science, you report your results; in engineering, you :
A systematic application of mathematical, scientific and technical principles is:
By defining the problem, the designer clearly identifies what humans:
The process of checking to see if a solution to a problem already exists is called:
A prototype is a model that:
Data is collected during:
Design portfolios, design journals, drawings and schematics are all used to:
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a supercontinent formed about 300 million years ago
Process by which a continent breaks apart
single large ocean covering Earth 300 million years ago
Who was the first to sign the Declaration of Independence, was President of the Continental Congress, and owned the ship the Liberty that was seized by the British?
Who served as a spy for the Continental (American) Army, was sentenced to death and said, I only regret that I have but one life to give to my country?
Who helped draft the Declaration of Independence, secure help from the French during the American Revolution, and negotiated the Treaty of Paris that ended the Revolutionary War?
Who has the African American inventor that corresponded with Thomas Jefferson about the issue of slavery?.
She was the wife of the 2nd president a prominent women's rights advocate.  She told her husband to,  Remember the Ladies
Representative at the First Continental Congress and delivered the a speach encouraging seperation from Great Britain.  In this speech he said, I know not what course others will take; but for me, give me liberty or give me death.
Who founded the Sons of Liberty, organized the Boston Tea Party, and helped create the Committees of Correspondence?
 He was a delegate to the Constitutional Convention and his Declaration of Rights for Virginia was the model for a portion the Declaration of Independence.  He also drafted the Virgina Bill of Rights.
He helped write the Declaration of Independence, was a member of the Continental Congress, and defended the British soldiers on trial for the events of the Boston Masacre. Nominated George Washington to serve as the commander of the Continental Army.
Who was an advisor to George Washington both during and after the Revolutionary War?  Before the end of the American Revolution he was also an officer and fought in the battle of Trenton
1. He was a Representative from Virgina to the Continental Congress.  He was also the main author of the Declaration of Independence
Who was the  Commander of the Continental (American) Army that led the Americans to victory during the American Revolution?.
Who was a Colonel in the Revolutionary War, and became an important leader in the colonies?  He is also known as the Father of the Constitution.
Who was the leader of the colonial militial, The Green Mountain Boys and successfully captured Ft. Ticonderoga during the American Revolution?
He was a wealthy, young frenchman who volunteered in the Continental Army and  brought a group of well trained soldiers, and became a trusted adviser of George Washington.
Who was responsible for creating an elaborate carving titled The Bloody Massacre which was used as propaganda against the British, and was known for riding to warn that the British were coming during the battles of Lexington and Concord?
 A poet and writer who was an activist for women's rights and who corresponded with Abigail Adams.
Wrote the pamphlet Common Sense which advocated American Independence.  Also wrote the Crisis which read These are the times which try men's souls.
Who was the expierenced military officer from Prussia who trained the American troops and developed camp sanitation to reduce disease in the camps?
Political activist and lawyer in colonial Massachusetts during the period leading up to the American Revolution. Said, Taxation without representation is tyranny.  Also, he argued general warrants or writs of assistance were unconstitutional.
Which of the following is not a similarity between the Patriots and the Loyalists?
Which of the following is NOT true about the Loyalists?
Which of the following is NOT true about the Patriots?
Which of the following people was a Patriot?
Which of the following people was a Loyalist?
Who was the main author of the Declaration of Independence?
Which of the following is true about the Declaration of Independence?
What is the name for the introduction of the Declaration of Independence?
What part of the Declaration of Independence includes all of the complaints against the King of Britain?
Which of the following is NOT a power the colonies claimed they had in the last part of the Declaration of Independence?
Which of the following is one of the unalienable rights listed in the Declaration of Independence?
Which section of the Declaration of the Independence talks about how they believe the government should work?
Who do the colonists repeatedly mention in their complaints in the Declaration of Independence?
Which document forbade colonists from settling West of the Appalachian Mountains in order to prevent further conflict with the Native Americans?
Why did the British place taxes on the colonists?
Which of the following was an act requiring colonists to pay a tax on sugar and molasses?
Which of the following was an act that forced the colonists to buy their tea from one British company?
What is the name for the meetings colonists would hold to discuss ideas on how to protest the British and spread ideas?
Which of the following is the name for an organization of men that would organize boycotts and protests (often violent)?
Which acts by the British were put in place as punishment for the Boston Tea Party?
Which event was highly publicized and used as negative propaganda against the British?
What was the name of the colonial ship that was seized by the British after it was suspected of being used to smuggle goods?
What act by the British required the colonists to pay for a seal to be placed on all paper goods?
What was the name of the courts that were used to convict colonial smugglers without juries?
What act by the British stated that the British had the right to make all laws for the colonists?
What is it called when people refuse to buy goods?
What was it called when a group of colonists led by Samuel Adams dressed as Native Americans and threw tea into the Boston Harbor as a form of protest?
Which of the following describes the purpose of the First Continental Congress?
What was the purpose of the Stamp Act Congress?
Which of the following is NOT true about the Daughters of Liberty?
Which act placed indirect taxes on the colonists on items such as glass, lead, paint, and tea?
What act forced colonists to feed, clothe, and board British soldiers?
The Earth moves around the Sun in a path called a(n) ________________.
Earth is a(n) _______________ that gives off no light of its own.
As Earth travels around the Sun, Earth also rotates on its ______________.
Stars can be seen in patterns called _________________.
The Sun, Earth, and seven other planets are part of the _________________.
It takes one ______________ for Earth to make a complete revolution around the Sun.
The Sun appears in one place in the sky in the morning, another in the afternoon, and another in the evening. It looks like the Sun is moving because ___________.
The Moon's gravity makes the oceans rise and fall in _____________ tides.
The phases of the Moon occur because _____________.
What is the name for the Moon phase when we cannot see the Moon in the night sky on a clear night?
Which of the following is a common object people claim to be able to see on the Moon?
Where does a seed form min a flowering plant?
Why are forest fires helpful to some plants?
What type of reproduction occurs when a carrot is placed in water and begins growing roots and leaves?
Which of the following palnt processes does a hummingbird help a plant with directly?
When a male sex cell joins a female sex cell, ____________ occurs.
The ____________ protects the seed from injury.
The part of the seed that is the baby plant is the _______________.
How do bees help apple trees reproduce?
Which of the following is a female part of a flower?
What is a tree called before it is 10 cm in diameter, but after it has grown a brown trunk?
float
worst
calm
all
above
night
fake
stop
strong
poor
Conjugate: ir (yo) in the preterite.
Conjugate: comer (nosotros) in the preterite
Que significa la salida?
How would you answer de que esta hecho...?
Conjugate: tener (el,ella,ud.) in the preterite
Conjugate: escribir (tu) in the preterite form
Como se dice sale en espanol?
Conjugate: bailar (ellos,ellas,uds.) in the preterite
Que significa lana?
Conjugate: decir (nosotros) in the preterite
What did pre-historic man eat to survive?
What began at the end of the Pleistocene Age?
Who and when was Cave Lascaux discovered?
Cave Lascaux included...
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What do you now about a simile and a metaphor? Explain
What is Figurative Language?
What does quart mean in the word quatrain?
What is 4 lines called in a stanzas?
What is the definition of onomatopoeia?
"The sand run down my hand."What type of Poetic Technique is this?
"Pow, my fist goes between his eyes."What type of Figurative Language is this?
"The polo bear started to rap."What type of Figurative Language is this?
"I won and I won"What type of Figurative Language is this?
"The car smelled like fresh baked cookies."What type of Figurative Language is this?
Who was the main author of the Declaration of Independence?
Which act, in 1765, placed direct taxes on legal documents, licenses, and newspapers?
According to the Proclamation of 1763, colonists could not settle land west of:
The Liberty Boys opposed the:
Which 1776 document declared the independence of the American colonies from the British?
Who won the French and Indian War?
The French and Indian War was part of a larger conflict called:
Which of the following Georgians did NOT sign the Declaration of Independence?
Which group of colonists organized to fight against the Stamp Act?
What was the only colony that did not send representatives to the First Continental Congress?
Which of the following Georgians did NOT sign the Declaration of Independence?
Which Georgia signer of the Declaration of Independence was a judge, U.S. senator, and governor?
Who was the only African-American to fight in the Battle of Kettle Creek?
Who captured and killed several Loyalist soldiers who invaded her cabin during the American Revolution?
What was another name for the Loyalists?
Which Georgia signer of the Declaration of Independence was killed in a duel?
What was the only colony to be taken over by the British during the American Revolution?
Who led the Patriots to victory at the Battle of Kettle Creek?
Which Georgia signer of the Declaration of Independence became governor in 1783?
Who won the Battle of Kettle Creek?
The Earth's atmosphere contains which of the following elements and compounds
Which two atmospheres are the most similar
What is the Goldilocks Zone?
Which is NOT true of OZONE?
Which of the following is the correct formula for density?
The atmosphere is heavy. If pressure is greatest at the surface, why doesn't it crush us?
As altitude increases...
As altitude increases
Which of the following is NOT a greenhouse gas?
Which element/Compound makes up the LARGEST % of earth\'s atmosphere
Create the 2nd person singular perfect tense of portare.
Create the 1st person, plural, perfect tense of doceo, docere.
Which form is 2nd person, plural, perfect tense?
How would you translate "habuistis"?
How would you translate "meruimus"?
Create the form that would be translated "They have freed."
Choose the form that would be translated "you all have held"
Choose the correct translation of "laborabit."
Create the 3rd person, singular, perfect tense of video, videre
Choose the correct translation of "paravisti"
The period an element is located on tells us?
Which particle has a negative charge?
Which scientist discovered the electron?
The nucleus contains:
The group an element is located in tells us:
Which particle has no charge?
Which of the following has the least mass?
An atom of carbon with 6 protons, 6 electrons, and 6 neutrons would have a mass of:
Where are electrons likely to be found?
What is the meaning of the word atom
What is the order of the guide words for a memorandum?
What is the line spacing between the words in the memo heading?
How should typist initials be keyed?
What punctuation mark should be used after the guide words?
What key should you press to align the entries that follow the memo heading?
What is the bottom margin set to in a memo?
A memorandum is?
What is the line spacing WITHIN paragraphs in a memo?
Which of the following margins should be set at 2 inches for a memo?
If you were stapling a document to the memo, what should you include after your initials?
When you combine vinegar and baking soda the product is gas. What are the vinegar and baking soda called -
Burning wood is considered a chemical change because the ash and released gases left over have -
The Law of Conservation of Matter states -
An example of a chemical change would be -
When a atomic particle strikes another atomic particle, and are broken into smaller pieces this is called -
Nuclear fission is the ____________________ of particles.
Kinetic energy measures the energy of an object in -
Potential energy measures the energy of an object at -
In a battery, the energy is usually stored in the form of -
Solar energy collected from sun is converted into what type of energy
Stephanie thinks she found a sedimentary rock on a camping trip. Which of the following observations could have led her to this conclusion?
Typically, sedimentary rock is formed –
The layers in sedimentary rock form when -
Scientists were studying layers of rock at an archeological dig. Which layer of rock is the oldest?
The formation of sedimentary rock involves –
Why is humus an important addition to soil?
Small bits of weathered rock and sediments can be formed into sedimentary rock by –
A group of hills stands where a mountain range once stood. What could explain this change in the landforms?
Ken is planning an experimental investigation which will model the formation of a delta. Which of the following would be a reasonable variable to test for its effect on the size of the delta formed?
Which of the following land forms is most likely to experience frequent changes?
What of the following menus would you use to print a work plan that she created in Excel?
Your password for your email account are in all uppercase letters. Which key would you press to type everything in uppercase more quickly?
Which of the following components of Word will display the document name?
Which of the following commands on the File menu would you use to save a document with a different file name?
Which of the keys below would you press in combination witht he number keys to correctly type the symbols in a password?
Which key do you press on the keyboard to ensure that new text that you type in the middle of a paragraph does NOT overwrite the existing text?
Which of the following commands on the Edit menu in Word would you use to put text that you have copied and want to add to your document?
Where would you place the insertion point if you want to use the DELETE key to remove the letter e from the name Michael?
Which command on the Format menu would you use to change the size of text in a table?
You are on the 10th page of a 20-page paper & you need to make changes on the last page. Which key will you use with the CTRL key to move to the bottom of the last page?
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What is the name of the commander of the Virginia militia who was sent to tell the French to leave their land in the Ohio Territory?
What is the name of the treaty that ended the French and Indian War?
Which country controlled the land West of the Mississippi River after the French and Indian War?
Who gained control of Canada and all land East of the Mississippi River following the French and Indian War?
Who wrote the Albany Plan of the Union?
What group was not recognized at all in the Treaty that ended the French and Indian War?
Which of the following best describes the purpose of the Albany Plan of the Union?
What was the name of the fort in the Ohio Territory built by George Washington that was quickly taken over by the French and Natives?
What is the name of the French fort that the colonists tried to force the French to abandon outside of present day Pittsburgh?
Which group of Native Americans assisted the British instead of the French in the French and Indian War?
What General was sent to aid the British in the French and Indian War as part of a new battle strategy, but ended up being killed in his first battle there?
What point of view is City Green written in?
What is the author's purpose in writing this story?
What is the setting of City Green?
Who is the main character and narrator?
Which character trait does NOT describe Marcy?
Which of the following is not a main or supporting character in City Green?
Which of the following is NOT a character trait to describe Old Man Hammer?
What is the main problem in this story?
How does the problem get solved?
What do we learn about Old Man Hammer?
Which of the following best describes the main idea of City Green?
Which theme best fits the story?
(entre) in English is:
What do you need to navegar en la Red?
The Spanish word (saber) means
A (reunion) is
La banda will play
Ganar means
El equipo is
Grabar is
The word (volver) means
Las voces is the plural of
The lower boundary of the Earth's crust is called the
The solid, plastic layer of the mantle is called the
All of the following are parts of the compositional structure of Earth EXCEPT the
The shape of the Earth most closely resembles a(n)
Approximately 70% of Earth's surface is covered by the
The thin and solid outermost layer of the Earth above the mantle that includes the ocean floor
The solid, out layer of Earth that consists of the crust and the rigid upper part of the mantle
This part of the core is liquid.
The layer of rock between Earth's crust and core.
The central part of the Earth that is solid
What is the name for the non-living things in an ecosystem?
Which organisms trap sunlight and convert it to energy?
In a prairie ecosystem, a hawk would be considered....
What are some examples of decomposers?
Organisms that have to get their food from another source are called...
Which would show and example of a food chain from producer to top consumer
Organisms that can make their own food from sunlight or chemicals are called....
The living things in an ecosystem are called...
All of the following are abiotic factors EXCEPT
All of the following are biotic factors EXCEPT
Consisting of many different and connected parts.
An opinion or idea formed with proof or sufficient evidence.
Believable or plausible.
Clearly and directly explained or told
Maps, charts, tables, graphs, T-charts, diagrams, etc.
The way in which each of 2 or more things is related to the other.
To defend or uphold as warranted or well-grounded.
Organizing the different pieces to create meaning.
A CONJECTURE is __________.
JUSTIFY is __________.
The possibility of choice.
An idea that someone thinks of suddenly.
To arrange or classify
To invent or plan
To make unlike or not similar
A struggle against an outside force, which may be another character, nature, society, etc.
Not continuing to happen in the same way.
Using sentence structure to determine the meaning of the word in context.
SEMANTIC CUES are ______.
DIFFERENTIATE is ____________.
To arrange or organize.
Working together toward a common goal.
Serving to reach a final answer or decision.
A talk between 2 or more people or characters.
To develop, achieve, or devise gradually
A kind of literary or artistic work.
Knowledge from previous experience(s); background knowledge.
To put into simpler terms; explain or interpret.
PRIOR KNOWLEDGE is __________.
To COLLABORATE is ____________.
Magnetic field that points south
hypothesis that continents were one joined and then broke apart
Process by which new ocean lithosphere is formed.
Single landmass once formed by the continents
Undersea mountain range
Scientists used the pattern of alternating normal and reverse polarity in rocks to create the geomagnetic
What is the crack in the ocean floor through which magma rises?
How does sediment that is closer to a mid-ocean ridge compare to sediment that is farther away?
Magnetic patterns on the ocean floor were puzzling because they
Wegener's hypothesis of continental drift was finally confirmed by
Madagascar has unique species of plants and animals because
What often forms when large terranes and continents collide?
Modern Climates are a result of past movements of
Panthalassa was
North America and Eurasia were formed when a rift separated the continent of
Process by which large land masses form and break apart over time
a piece of lithosphere with magnetic properties different from those of its surrounding.
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Conceptual, physical and mathematical models are used to:
Sketching is a tool used in the creation of what type of models?
Isometric, oblique, perspective and orthographic are different types of:
Mock ups and prototypes are different types of:
Mathematical modeling aids in technological design by simulating how:
Mathematical models allow engineers and designers to express ideas:
A characteristic of a 3D model that a 2D model does not have is:
The mathematical formula for the area of a triangle is:
The mathematical formula for the volume of a pyramid is:
____________________ drawings are three dimensional representations of an object where the object lines converge on one or more points.
What is PCR?
Restriction enzymes
The phenotype of an individual
Linked genes
In epistasis
Which statement about a homozygote is untrue?
Which of the following is not a type of chromosomal mutation?
A nonsense mutation is
Germline mutations
Gel electrophoresis
Which revolution inspired Karl Marx and Friedrick Engles to express their ideas in The Communist Manifesto
Most traditional societies are
In a traditional economic system, which type of goods is most often produced?
What is one characteristic of a society that practices subsistence agriculture?
Laissez-faire capitalism as attributed to Adam Smith called for
Which event had the greatest influence on the development of laissez-faire capitalism?
What is a key principle of a market economy?
Karl Marx and Friedrick Engels encouraged workers to improve their lives by
In England, which circumstance was a result of the other three?
Increased agricultural production in England in the late 1700s contributed directly to
Aaron is visiting another country on vacation and eating in a restaurant. He notices that many around him are using eating utensils differently. What should he do?
Selecting low-sodium foods is an example of whcih food choiice factor?
Eting sushi for the first time is an example of which food choice factors?
Losing a job and attending culinary school are both examples of which individual influence on food?
Eating foods because everyonhe else likes them, even when one doesnt's, is an example of which factor affecting food choices?
Eating convenience foods because a person does'nt know how to cook is an example of which factor affecting food choices
Picking a certain brand of water becuase of the advertisment is what type of external food choice?
Food processed in aspeptic packaging (Juice Boxes) is what type of external food influence?
Which is an example of an external influence affecting food choices?
Choosing to eat pizza with friends at lunch is an example of which food choice factor?
Which idea is most closely associated with laissez-faire economics?
The term subsistence farming is best defined as
In The Communist Manifesto, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels expressed the idea that
Which characteristic is associated with an economy based on the principles of laissez-faire?
What was a result of the Industrial Revolution in Europe?
What is a major feature of a traditional economy?
Which pair of natural resources were used to change transportation and manufacturing in Great Britain during the Industrial Revolution?
Transportation in the 1800s was revolutionized by the development of the
What is a major belief associated with Marxism?
A major reason the Industrial Revolution developed in Great Britain in the 1700s was because of Great Britain's
If a car stops suddenly and the contents of the car are thrown forward what law is being applied.
A force is
What is the force that works against motion
Which example explains balanced forces?
If a car is accelerating a 5m/s/s and it has a mass of 2000 kg, what is the force acting on the car
Which of Newtons Laws describes the relationship between mass and acceleration
If an object is standing still where is the acceleration coming from that causes force to decrease as mass decreases?
What is Newton's Third Law of Motion
When a soccer player kicks the ball and the ball pushes back on the players foot what law is being applied?
When a baseball player throws a ball what law is being applied?
In 2010, voters in Harris County had the opportunity to vote on candiates in more than 80 contested races. This situation illustrates which of the following concepts?
Which of the following is an argument AGAINST the long ballot?
"It was a long ballot, but I finished voting in just a few seconds. I clicked one button & then I was done. Also, I voted in every race." What did the voter do?
Which of the following elections is always held in March of even-numbered years?
Which of the following elections is won by the candidate with the most votes, regardless of whether the candidate has a majority of votes cast?
The tx 2-step is most closely associated with which of the following?
What is the purpose of a bond election
A process whereby citizens can propose legislation by gathering signatures is known as which of the following?
what is the purpose of a local-option election?
Whish of the following officials running for office in tx is elected in an at-large election?
Which of the following officials running for office in tx is elected in a district election?
which of the following is responsible for drawing the boundaries of us congressional districts in tx?
Suppose that newly drawn congressional districts from tx range in population size from 600,000 to 800,000. Would it be legal to have a population variance that great?
What is the purpose of the Voting Rights Act (VRA)?
Astate leg draws an oddly shaped congressional dis carefully designed to give advantage to candidates of political party that controls leg. This action is an example of which one?
Which political party controlled redistricting in tx after the 2010 us census?
An attempt to get info to voters that will persuade them to elect a canidate or not elect an opponent is the definition of which of the following concepts?
why are incumbent officeholders usually able to win reelection?
"I voted against governor perry in the last election because i blame hime for my college tution going up." This statement illustrates which of the following concepts?
tx repubs hoped that gov perry would win 2012 pres nom cause they thought his presence on ballot would provide boost2 repubs up n down the ticket. what is this?
How frequently and for how long does the texas legislature meet in regular session?
a legislature with two chambers is known by which of the following terms?
suppose that regular session of tx leg ends & the leg has failed to adopt legislation addressing an important matter. What, if anything, can be done to address the situation now?
what is the salary of a member of the texas legislature?
do term limits apply to the texas legislature?
how is the lieutenant governor normally chosen?
Which of the following steps would a member of the tx house take if that member wanted to become speaker in the next session of the legislature?
Who presides in the Texas Senate?
how are committe chairs in the texas senate selected?
which of the following committees holds meetings only between legislative sessions?
What are natural resources?
To save, collect and reuse materials instead of treating them as waste is called?
Energy given off by the sun is called?
A nonrenewable energy source known as oil is also called?
To use what you need as efficiently as possible is called?
Which is the nonrenewable energy source? (coal, oxygen, trees, tomatoes)
The dark brown part of soil made up of rotting plants and animals is called?
A mineral rich rock deposit that can be removed from the earth is called
Fuels made from the remains of living things that died millions of years ago are called?
All energy found in fossil fuels can be traced to __________
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Pam is using the outline view in PowerPoint. She would like to reposition slide 2 to become slide 6. Which command should she use?
Which group on the Home ribbon contains commands to create new slides in a presentation?
Ashley wants to make a printed copy of her presentation exactly as shown to her audience. Which print option should she use?
Which command is used to insert slides from one presentation into another presentation?
Which print setting creates printouts of an entire slide on the top of the page and an area for speaker notes below the slide?
As the newly elected president of FBLA, Mindy is creating a presentation to be used at the next meeting. She is finished with the slide she is working on and wants to insert another one in the default arrangement. In slide pane view, Mindy can right-
What contains a predefined theme, sample text, and graphics on a slide or slide background to guide you as you develop your content?
Which term refers to the boxes that hold text or objects on a slide?
As the newly elected president of FBLA, Mindy is creating a presentation to be used at the next meeting. She has created a slide that contains duplicate information and decides that it is not needed for an effective presentation. In slide pane view,
Travis wants to give his audience a sheet to follow along and make notes during his presentation that includes representations of each slide. Travis should utilize which feature of PowerPoint?
Which print setting enables multiple slides to be printed on one page?
Mendel conducted many different dihybrid crosses of pea plants. He found very similar phenotypic ratios in each second generation, regardless of the combinations of traits.   Based on these results, what did Mendel state in his law of independent as
Tay-Sachs disease is inherited in an autosomal recessive manner. Which term is used to describe a person who has the gene for Tay-Sachs, but does not have the disease?
Which sentence BEST expresses a main idea stated in Mendel's law of segregation?
A heterozygous plant (Ss) is crossed with a plant homozygous dominant (SS) for smooth petals. S is dominant for smooth petals, and s is recessive for wrinkled petals. What will MOST LIKELY be the petal texture of the first generation of offspring?
A fruit fly is heterozygous for both eye color and wing length (EeWw).    E is dominant for yellow eyes. e is recessive for white eyes. W is dominant for long wings. w is recessive for short wings. What would be the distribution of gametes?
The genotype of a female pea plant is SSTt. Which combinations of alleles could be present in gametes produced by this plant?
In order to produce gametes with the genotypes BF, Bf, bF, and bf, what MUST the genotype of the parent be?
Mrs. Bage started a pea farm, but only planted green peas. When these plants were crossed, they noticed that the plants produced green, yellow, and white peas during the first growing season. What is MOST LIKELY the reason for the difference?
Researchers crossed a heterozygous tall pea plant (Tt) with a homozygous short pea plant (tt). What is the probability that this cross will produce homozygous short (tt) offspring?
Having a widow's peak is the dominant trait (W), while lacking a widow's peak is the recessive trait (w). If 100% of the offspring are heterozygous, what are the genotypes of the parents?
Dave wants to print slides 7, 12 and 19-32 of his presentation at the same time. Which print option would allow Dave to enter the slide numbers that he wants to print?
Sheila is using the outline view in PowerPoint. She would like to reposition slide 5 to become slide 2. Which command should she use?
Charles has asked his teacher to review his presentation and make suggestions for improvement within the file. Which print option allows him to print these suggestions?
Tammy is preparing to give a presentation. She would like to view information that will remind her what to say to her audience but that they will not see. Which view should she print?
Dave wants to print only the slide on which he is currently working. Which print option should he use?
In preparation for an upcoming presentation, Shanna is importing a document that includes the text into PowerPoint. Which of the following features should she use?
Ashley has a limited supply of paper. Which print layout option will minimize the amount of paper used and includes up to nine images per page?
Which area in the Print dialog box is used to change the default printer?
In Slide Sorter view, which method is used to change slide order?
David wants to quickly change the font color of the bulleted items on slides 2, 3, and 7 of his biology presentation. In which pane would he most easily accomplish this task?
Charles has several slides in his presentation which are either smaller or larger than the paper size in the printer. Which print option should he use to ensure that each slide utilizes the maximum print area?
to put someone else's words into your own
the main point or message of a text
components of a literary piece: (e.g. setting, plot, theme, resolution)
information used to back up a claim, explain an idea, or to support a thesis or topic sentence
what an author is trying to accomplish with their writing
to recover or regain
to infer from particular facts; come to a conclusion
planned or meant
The central idea of the text is ______________.
Literary Elements are __________________.
A complete word that can stand alone without a prefix or a suffix.
Evaluate in a detailed and analytical way.
To devise or invent.
To give a possible but not yet proven explanation for something.
A story, description or account of events.
Having to do with or connected to a subject; relevant
A text structure which identifies and describes a problem and then offers one or more possible solutions.
Information organized in the order of events.
SEQUENTIAL is __________.
A BASE WORD is ________.
The outer layer of Earth made up of the upper part of the mantle and the crust.
Cycle in which heated material rises and cooler material sinks.
Solid layer of plastic mantle rock that flows very slowly.
Theory that explains how large pieces of the lithosphere move.
Region along a plate boundary where one plate moves under another plate.
What occurs at a transform boundary?
The Pacific Ring of Fire is
The Himalaya Mountains were formed in a collision at a
Where do deep-ocean trenches form?
An example of a transform boundary is the
The people or animals in a story.
Language that goes beyond the literal meaning of the words.
To make something more clear or visible.
The thinking or reasoning about a topic.
Perspective from which a story is told, or a person's perspective on a topic.
When and where a story takes place.
The main subject for a work of literature.
The author's feeling about the story or topic
LOGIC is ___________.
POINT OF VIEW is ___________.
Down Syndrome can be diagnosed by
Tay Sachs affects
A disorder that does not allow enough oxygen to flow through the blood is
Which disorder is characterized by a trisomy on the 21st chromosomes?
Which disorder is caused by a lack of platelets causing blood not to clot?
Which disorder is checked for with a blood test moments after a baby is born?
Before blood was screened for HIV, many sufferers of this disorder ended up with HIV from having routine blood transfusions.
Being a carrier for which disorder gives you natural immunity to malaria?
Which disorder can cause mental retardation as the body cannot process certain proteins?
Which disorder has no cure and the sufferers usually die at age 5?
Which of the following best describes the cause of the French and Indian War?
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There is the same amount of energy today as when the world began.
An energy source that is gone forever once it is used up is called?
Energy that comes from natural resources that can be replenished are called ?
What can poison our water and air and harm all life on earth?
What are the three R's that we can do to help save the earth?
A windmill is a renewable energy source
Wheat, chickens, tomatoes and tobacco are nonrenewable energy sources
Which is the nonrenewable energy source?
Which is the renewable energy source?
to save collect and reuse materials instead of treating them as waste is called
I ..... the football match on TV.
You ..... on the phone an hour ago.
..... listening to the radio yesterday night?
We didn't go out because it ..... a lot.
No, of course we ..... at the party. We were studying maths.
No, she ..... the marathon. She was at home at that time.
They ..... their cars when their phones rang.
..... dinner when I called you?
Mark and I ..... some thing at the market when you phoned us.
The weather was sunny and warm. It ..... at all.
Which of the following org. would be most likely to help a member of the tx house draft a bill in proper legislative language?
In the tx legislature, a joint resolution would be used for which of the following purposes?
What is HB 11?
At which of the following stages of the legislative process would a bill most likely receive a hearing?
e order of priority for the consideration of legislation on the floor of the Texas House?
What is the purpose of the two-thirds rule in the Texas Senate?
How many votes are needed to pass ordinary legislation in the texas house?
Is power in the texas legislature centralized or decentralized?
which of the following interest groups was most responsible for the defeat of sanctuary-cities legislation in the 2011 session of the tx legislature?
which of the following political groupings has the most influence in the tx legislature?
Which of the following officials is the chief executive of the state of tx?
Which of the following governors of tx LEAST closely conforms to the traditional image of the office's occupant?
Governor Perry was reelected in 2010. When will tx hold its next governor's election?
Which of the following is the best explanation of why the tx leg. has failed to override a governor's veto in more than 30 yrs?
Which of the following items can the leg consider in a special session?
the next governor will inherit a st bureaucracy fully staffed w/perry appt. what can the new gov do to put his stamp on the bur, other than waiting for terms to expire?
a convicted murderer is facing execution. Which of the following actions can the governor take without the recommendation of the Board of Pardons and Paroles?
does the lieutentnat gov neccessarily work closely with governor on policy issues?
Which of the following tx executive branch officials is elected?
Which of the following officials heads an agency that collects child support payments?
Which of the following officials acts as the state's banker
Which of the following tx officials heads an agency that administers the school lunch program?
Which of the following tx officials heads an agency that generates revenue for the permanent school fund (PSF)?
Which of the following agencies regulates the tx oil and gas industry?
Which of the following agencies regulates telephone and electric utilities?
Which of the following agencies is headed by a 15-member elected board?
what is the purpose of sunset review?
sunset review is a tool used by which of the following units of government?
what happens if the legislature fails to reuthorize an agency that is up for sunset review?
what power does the governor of tx have over the activitites of the general land office?
When was the Treaty of Paris signed?
What did the Treaty of Paris do?
Who did not sign the Treaty of Paris?
Who taught the Continental Army to march and drill at Valley Forge?
Who stood between the British and the local manufacturing plants and supplies?
During the Revolutionary War, what challenge did the Continental Army have?
How and when was PA's office of Governor created?
Once the Decleration of Independence was approved, what did the states have to do?
In what document did the US declare its independence?
Who fought in George Washington's Continental Army?
The common cold and the Flu are caused by what pathogen?
An organism that causes diseases.
Which is not a Pathogen?
What are vectors?
Ringworm and athlete’s foot are caused by what pathogen?
A communicable disease can be transmitted by.
Another word for communicable disease (infectious) is ?
A disease develops.
What is the single most effective way to prevent the spread of infectious disease?
What’s the body’s 1st line of defense against pathogens?
Who were Pennsylvanians who lent the government money to pay for the war?
Who was James Forten?
When did Native American and British troops attack settlers on the PA frontier?
Who wrote the Declaration of Independence?
Who wrote Common Sense and inspired colonists to fight for independence?
Who fired the first shot of the Revolutionary War?
When and Where did the Revolutionary War begin?
Who prevented the British from arriving in Concord to seize the Patriots weapons?
Who decided to fight for Independence when the King refused to sign their petition?
Which document tried to peacefully solve the conflict between the colonies and the King?
Antibiotics work against what type of Pathogen?
Infectious diseases are spread by what?
An example of transmission through direct contact is
Which of these is an example of a chemical barrier?
What is hepatitis?
Which is an example of spreading pathogens by indirect contact?
Which choice is not an example of spreading pathogens through direct contact?
Which one is not a common respiratory infection?
Where do most common communicable diseases occur in the body?
A network of cells, tissues, organs, and chemicals that fight off pathogens?
What percentage of energy is passed from the producers to the primary consumers?
The top predator in the food chain would have
The tape worm lives inside of an animal’s digestive tract. Tape worms take the food that their host has digested. What type of symbiotic relationship does the tapeworm have with th
Meteorologists forecast the
The weight of the atmosphere pushing down on the earth is called
Huge temperature differences in the atmosphere create
area of land near the equator is called
Choose the best answer by using your knowldege of food chains
Maple trees and tulips are classified as autotrophs because they
What is the main difference between primary succession and secondary succession?
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To show the similarities between things is called ________________.
A decision made or an opinion formed based on facts is called a ______________.
To show the differences between things is called ______________.
To make your ideas or feelings known through writing or speech is to ______________.
To show how something stands apart form something that is similar is to _____________________.
Judgment about the amount, number, or value of something is ______________.
Clues found in a text that help you find the true meaning is an _____________.
CONTRAST means ___________.
INFERENCE is _____________.
To make clear; to help others or yourself understand is to ___________.
The quality of being logical and consistent is __________.
Spelling, punctuation, capitalization, grammar and paragraphing are known as __________.
A mistaken belief, especially one based on unsound argument are _________.
The structure of clauses, phrases, and words in any given natural language is _________.
An attitude or regarding toward something; a point of view is __________.
To think deeply about a process, idea, issue, or opinion is to _________.
Ways of placing text to draw attention to certain points or ideas is known as a _____________.
LANGUAGE STRUCTURES are _________.
CONVENTIONS are ________.
This type of chart is used to show trends or changes in data over time.
This chart is used to represent only one series of data.
This type of chart is used to make side by side comparisions about individual groups of data
This type of chart in which the individual components are enhanced
The column chart represents what
The chart is used to represent the sum of more than one value and cmpare the contribution of individulas
This is the main heading, which describes the purpose a nd content.
What percentage of each part of the pie chart is considered
This is a collection of related values, such as one row or column from a spreadsheet .
This object that explains the symbols, colors, or patterns used to differentiate the data.
Bartering is trading without money.
An economy who's supply and demand isn't controlled by the government.
A tax of 15% makes jewelry from Mexico more expensive than jewelry make in the United States.This is an example of which trade barrier?
When supply and price are controlled by the government instead of market it is called a
A tariff is a tax on imports or exports of products.
Korea may export only 15,000 automobiles a year to the United States. This is an example of which trade barrier?
A system of production and exchange of goods
A competition is when sellers compete for dollars.
Any arrangement that allows sellers to exchange goods or services
Incentive is expected results that make people act in a different manner.
Who can produce whatever they want
Government controls what to produce in what system
who can purchase whatever they want
Free Market can allow greater
Which words rhyme with money?
Which words are in ABC order?
Which words have three syllables?
Running is a......
The letter's B, C, D, F, G, H, AND J ARE...
Go up to your room and make your bed. Which type of sentence is this?
What time is it? Which type of sentence is this?
Which words are spelled correctly?
which words are spelled correctly?
Which sentence is correct?
The letter's A, E, I, O AND U are...
A noun is
What is a synonym of happy
What is an antonym of lost
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A mi ________________ el estomago.
A Antonio __________________ los brazos.
A James________________los ojos.
A Hunter ______________las cabezas.
A Maria ___________________ las piernas.
A mi________________ los dedos del pie.
A Kohen _______________ la boca.
A Yanet _______________el cuerpo.
A mi __________________el cuello.
A mi ____________________________las manos.
A Sean______________las orejas.
A Marta ______________la nariz.
A mi ___________________las rodillas.
A Clay __________la cara.
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There is ..... meat in the fridge.
Are there ..... glasses in the cupboard?
I have got a hat. ..... hat is purple.
Sonia has got ..... umbrella. The umbrella is brown.
Is there ..... bottle in the fridge?
There isn't ..... water in the glass.
I have got ..... homework from school.
There are ..... cats in the park.
I have got a sandwich. ..... sandwich is delicious.
There aren't ..... mice in the room.
Which statement is true about the predator and prey relationship?
A tapeworm is a worm with no digestive tract. They live in the intestines of other animals and absorb food that has already been digested by their host. What type of nutritiona
How would a sudden increase in parasites, within a population affect the population\'s growth?
Which of the following is the most crucial role of fungi and bacteria in a balanced ecosystem?
A new farmer purchases a large area of land and immediately begins plowing the land and planting only wheat on the land. His actions will most likely
The monomer of a protein is
The monomer of a lipid is
What are the protein-making sites of the cell?
what are the two main parts of the cell cycle?
hypertonic solution means
Just make some changes in the DNA and you can improve the life cycle of that organism.
There are many kinds of sickness that can harm your body.
So you see, cells get their energy from sugar through this process.
Like a bouncer at a night club, it controls what enters and leaves the cell.
Whoa!!!! What happened to the nucleus? It just all of a sudden split in half.
Look, the cell divided and gametes were produced.
Are you okay? You've been throwing up all day! Do you have a stomach bug or what?
I'm telling you need to get your shots updated so that you can fend off all the germs.
Jeff should have stayed home from the dance instead of passing on his illness to everyone else.
So I hear people in the Asheboro area have been suffering from this strange new sickness.
A(n) ______________ is all living organisms in an area functioning together with nonliving factors of the environment.
What are the parts of processes that can describe an ecosystem?
Which would be an example of an abiotic part of the environment?
What do you call the living part of an environment?
What do you call a group of organisms that are of the same species in an ecosystem?
Why are trees considered to be producers?
Which would be an example of a consumer?
Which of these organisms would be a producer?
What is a decomposer?
Where do most producers get their energy from?
Where do consumers get their energy from?
What is an example of a biotic part of an environment?
A mushroom's role in the ecosystem is as a
Which answer choice has only biotic examples?
Light is an example of what in an ecosystem?
What would a group of geese in an environment be considered?
What do all organisms depend on?
What do all ecosystems have?
Organisms are __________________ by how they get energy.
What type of consumer is a ladybug?
It is a tragedy that AIDS has spread throughout the globe.
Hopefully in due time, this industry will ensure health for all of Earth's citizens.
Which project is most likely to interest a scientists working for a biotechnology company?
How is the cell membrane important to the process of osmosis
Which is most likely responsible for the formation of cancer cells
Information about the heredity of a cell is stored in which organelle?
How are plant and animal cells similar?
How does exposure to cigarette smoke contribute to an asthma attack?
Which interaction illustrates a terrestrial-aquatic food relationship?
How are parasites and viruses similar?
What is another name for food level?
Earthworms, bacteria and fungi are all examples of
What do decomposers do with the nutrients that they break down?
How is energy transferred from a molecule of sugar to ATP?
How much energy is transferred when one organism consumes another organism?
Which part of the energy pyramid has the highest amount of energy?
What do food chains show?
What do food webs help us understand?
What would happen if grasses and shrubs were removed from an ecosystem?
Which would be an example of a secondary consumer?
Speed can be define as
Which of the following is an example of distance?
Position can best be described as
Which statement best describes the difference between speed and velocity?
The SI unit for speed is
In which situation is an object accelerating?
Shaquita is sitting on a bench watching two bikers ride by her in opposite directions. Which of the following statements is correct?
Which of the following pieces of equipment might be helpful if you wanted to measure acceleration?
Relative motion can best be defined as
In which situation will two objects, each traveling with a speed of 2 m/s, have the greatest relative motion?
A book is in a state of rest on a table. What condition would allow the book to continue in its state of rest?
A cannonball is shot from a cannon. What will eventually happen to the cannonball\'s motion?
A ball is thrown through the air. What condition(s) would enable the ball to continue in its state of motion?
A rock is dropped from a cliff. What will eventually happen to the rock\'s motion?
A deer is running at a velocity of 8 miles per hour northward. Which of the following best identifies a factor that may cause the deer\'s velocity to change?
Which statement best expresses Newton\'s first law of motion?
A brick is accelerating at a rate of 12 m/s2. The brick\'s mass is 3 kg. What is the net force on the brick?
A box is accelerating at a rate of 2 m/s2. The net force on the box is 8 N. What is the box\'s mass?
Which statement best expresses Newton\'s second law of motion?
A ball has a mass of 5 kg. The net force on the ball is 5 N. What is the ball\'s acceleration?
Which situation most clearly presents an example of Newton\'s third law of motion?
Which situation most clearly presents an example of Newton\'s third law of motion?
Which statement best expresses Newton\'s third law of motion?
An owl is resting on a branch. Which statement is most accurate?
A golf club struck a golf ball that was resting on the ground. According to Newton\'s third law of motion, which of the following is true?
Which situation most clearly presents an example of Newton\'s third law of motion?
A cat jumps from the ground onto a table. According to Newton\'s third law of motion, which of the following is true?
A ball is accelerating at a rate of 10 m/s2. The ball\'s mass is 5 kg. What is the net force on the ball?
A ball is accelerating at a rate of 5 m/s2. The net force on the ball is 20 N. According to Newton\'s second law of motion, what is the ball\'s mass?
Two cars the same size and shape, but weighing different amounts, were both pushed over the edge of ramps of the same length and angle. Car A weighs 1 ton; car B weighs 2 tons.
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Nigeria - Which city in Nigeria is located nearest to 4 degrees N?
Nigeria - Which city has a latitude and longitude of about 6 degrees N, 3 degrees E?
Nigeria - The latitude and longitude of Abuja is about....
Cherokee Land - Which river serves as the northern boundary of the Cherokee land?
Cherokee River - Which mountain range was part of the Cherokee land?
What is the most basic unit of life or the smallest living thing?
What organelle controls the cell or acts as its brain?
What is the thick, jello-like substance that fills the cell and surrounds all organelles?
What organelle turns food into useful energy?
Which organelle is green and performs photosynthesis in plants?
Which organelle is found only in plants and helps the cell maintain structure?
Which organelle stores food, water, and waste?
What surrounds the cell and regulates what gets in and out?
What is the most important tool used to study cells called?
Two or more cells working together are called a _______________.
Anasazi - What is one material they used to build their homes?
Anasazi - How did geography affect how they built their homes?
Anasazi - If they had lived on the plains, what might have been different about the Anasazi?
Stone Age - What changed when cavemen learned out to farm and raise animals instead of hunting?
Stone Age - What parts of the animals did cavemen use?
Stone Age – What might the cavemen have used bones of animals for?
Hoover Dam - How are they able to use the Hoover Dam?
Hoover Dam - How did the geography affect the building of the Hoover Dam?
Hoover Dam - Why is water important?
Why do humans modify their environments?
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pescar
remar
tirarse al agua
volar con ala delta
la arena
la ballena
los caracoles
la fogata
las gafas del sol
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la marea
la orilla
las olas
el tiburón
la tienda de campaña
What is the legal age to buy a pack of cigarettes in Armenia
Police officer may not legally fine if you are underage and you do the following:
Law on Limitations of Usage, Dissemination and Consumption Limitations of Tobacco Products
Could JTI use pictures of Monica Bellucci smoking Sobranie?
What is the difference between backdated and retroactive contracts?
What does 'CAS' stand for?
Which of the following would be acceptable?
Which of the following is not a type of a tax in Armenia
Minimum number of annual leave days for employees working 5 days per week:
Which of the following may carry a tobacco trademark without a health warning in Armenia?
Which type of wave can go up and down or side to side?
Sounds Waves are a type of
The object in which the wave travels through is called the _______.
Transverse and compressional waves are both types of ___________.
Which of the following is the medium for sound travelling from a vocal cord to an ear drum?
What can sound travel through?
The type of waves that travel through space where there is no matter are called ___________________.
A rhythmic disturbance that carries energy but not matter is known as a(n) _______.
The top of the wave is called the _________.
The bottom of the wave is called the ___________.
This process removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Where does water come from before going into a plant?
What reactants are used in the process of cellular respiration?
Where is water located before condensing into a cloud?
What are the products of cellular respiration?
What form of water exists in a cloud?
What are the reactants needed for photosynthesis?
Where do plants get carbon?
What are the products of photosynthesis?
Which of the following does NOT put carbon dioxide back into the atmosphere?
What occurs during denitrification?
What happens to the amount of matter over time?
Which process is bacteria NOT responsible for?
When water droplets form, which process has likely occured?
What forms during the process of evaporation?
During which process do plants need oxygen?
Which process removes nitrogen from the atmosphere?
How do animals get the carbon and nitrogen they need?
Choose the balanced equation for 3x = 6.
Chose the balanced equation for 5 + x = 32
What do you do first to each side to solve the equation 4x = 16?
Find the solution to the following equation: 5 + x = 23
Solve the following equation: x - 7 = 19
Adam bought a shirt and jeans for $30. If the jeans cost $18, how much did the shirt cost? Select the correct equation to this problem.
Solve the following equation: 6x = 54.
Solve the following equation: u / 8.7 = 12.
Jennifer saved $35 a month for 5 months. How much had she saved at the end of the fifth month? Write an equation to solve the problem.
To solve the following equation, what would you do first to each side? x - 8 = 13
A solo song revealing inner emotions
Sung Dialogue is called
He leads the show from the pit
This music covers scene changes or action on the stage
This is the little book containing the words of the show
He writes the music
This book contains all the music for a show
It's a fancy word for 'extras'
It's an instrumental introduction to the show
It's an instrumental introduction to a second or third act
A detailed examination of the elements or structure of something is __________________.
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Which of the following litigants is a participant in a criminal case but not in a civil case?
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