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Which is the most likely reason for a decline in antibiotic use?
Which statement correctly identifies the reason why viruses are not considered alive?
Infectious diseases can be passed from organism to organism by all of the following except
Which of the following would be the reason for using hand santizer?
A disease that spreads worldwide is called a(n)
An outbreak of a disease in a city would be called a(n)
Which of the following is the vector for the spread of Malaria?
Which has had the greatest impact on preventing epidemics in the twenty-first century?
Which of the following is the vector for the spread of Lyme Disease?
How are quarantines used to slow the spread of an epidemic?
What is a carrier?
What is another name for an infectious or contagious disease?
Which situation would most favor the spread of infectious disease?
If you get vaccinated against chicken pox when you are young, you are not likely to get the disease. One reason for this is that
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How many valence electrons does a neutral chlorine atom have
Which type of bond does Li and F make
Why do noble gases NOT form compounds
type of chemical bond formed when electrons are transferred
number of electrons an atom gains, loses, or shares
type of chemical bond when atoms share electrons
group 18 elements are called
Elements that have properties of both metals and nonmetals
the sum of the number of protons and the number of neutrons in an atom is
elements that are found on the left side of the periodic table are
A letter sent from one business or organization to another business or to an individual
Use a lowercase (c) followed by the name of the person(s) to receive a copy. Place the copy notation a double space below the last line of the enclosure notation or the typist lin
A special notation at the end of a memo or letter that indicates that an item(s) is attached to the letter or memo.
A colon or comma is keyed in the salutation and a comma is in the complimentary close.
This is stationery that is used instead of the return address in a business letter and consists of the business’ name, address, phone/fax/email, and logo
A letter written by an individual to deal with business of a personal nature. (A letter that is sent from an individual to a person or business/organization.)
Author’s handwritten/signed name. Placed on the printed copy of the letter.
Used when someone other than the author keys the letter and is keyed at the left margin, a double space below the writer’s name.
Pressing the enter key one (1) time leaving no blank lines
Pressing the enter key twice (2) leaving one blank line. This can also refer to line spacing using the word processing feature to leave one blank line between each line of text.
Bullying only happens at school?
Bullies pick on kids they think are weak?
Spreading rumors is a form of bullying?
You are NOT a bully if you do things that make others feel bad?
Girls are not bullis
Bullies only hurt little kids.
All kids are bullies
This is a sample test?
This is a sample test question?
Bullies are nice?
The number of protons in an atom is called
isotopes of carbon 12 and carbon 14 they differ from one another by the number of
the maximum number of electrons in the second energy level of an atom is
elements arranged in vertical columns in the periodic table are called
Which of the three subatomic particles are neutral
Which of the three subatomic particles are positive
The central core of the atom is called the
An atom with 26 protons, 26, electons, and 30 neutrons has a mass number
Elements in groups 3 through 12 are called
Atoms of the same element with a different number of neutrons are called
What was the Neolithic Revolution?
The Islamic Empire traded with Asia using the...
Which is a manor?
Who was Joan of Arc?
What was Black Death?
Which of the following was one of the results of the Crusades?
Why did the Frankish rule end after Charlemagne’s death?
What were some of the effects of Black Death in Europe?
Who was in charge during Medieval Ages in Europe?
3. Which statement best describes the impact of the Spanish settlement on Native Americans?
Horizontal rows of the periodic table are called
A chemical symbol represents the what of an element
particles of matter that make up protons and neutrons are
dot diagrams are used to represent
Is another name for a homogeneous mixture
The shape of an apple is a
What is the melting point of ice in degrees Celsius
Oil and water separate into two separate layers, why is oil always above water
Three examples of a physical change
2 liquids have the same volume but different masses what property differs between the 2
Who was the most famous leader from the Ottoman Empire?
What was the Silk Road?
What were some of the Chinese goods traded on the Silk Road?
In exchange for living on the Lords lands, serfs had to _________ for the Lord about three days a week.
What did the Chinese invent that allowed the spread of books?
Which Asian country had the most advanced ships or “junks” during the Post-Classical Era?
Which of the following best describes foot-binding?
What were 3 reasons Christianity spread through Europe?
Which of the following best defines The Great Schism?
What 2 religions were fighting each other in the Crusades?
The night sky looked as black as coal.
In the winter I can get as warm as toast under my blanket.
Jeremy's odd behavior made him appear as crazy as a loon.
On his first day at the job he was as helpless as a newborn.
Her feelings are as fragile as a teacup.
Our coach called the plays as loudly as a lion.
The dark clouds were like smoke billowing from a factory chimney.
Eating the raw meat made Timothy as sick as a dog.
The Indian chief was as wise as an owl.
The troublesome boy is as jinxed as a jaywalker.
Where do Muslims worship?
What were the three major goods Africa traded at this time?
One of the things Islam, Judaism, and Christianity have in common is that
What is a dynasty?
The Muslim god is called ______________________________________.
Did the population increase or decrease when people began farming?
Why do people settle & live near water?
Record-keeping and religious beliefs are both examples of
Which religion started first?
Who is the leader of the Catholic church?
The Frankish ruler who was successful
Wars fought over religion
What is the holy book of Muslims called?
Muslims try make a pilgrimage to ________________________________ one time in their life.
Which of the following is a Christian belief?
Christianity encouraged charity. What group do you think wanted Christianity because of this?
What was the caste system?
The Mongol empire under Genghis Khan is best described as
Which of the followings best defines feudalism?
Who was Genghis Khan?
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You receive an unexpected e-mail with an attachment from a co-worker. You call her to ask if she sent you an e-mail message with an attachment. She recalls that she sent several e-mails with attachments earlier that day. What should the co-worker do?
Which term is used to describe the process that converts data into an unreadable form of text?
Which term is used to describe a software application that is secretly placed on a user's system to gather information and relay it to outside parties, usually for advertising purposes?
You are ultimately responsible for your Internet use and the possible ramifications of posting personal information to the Web. The explosion in social networking via the Web has given rise to the Right to Be Forgotten argument, which asks:
Which term is used to describe a password-protected, encrypted data file that verifies the identity of the sender of a message?
Your company has provided you with a desktop computer at work. You have configured your e-mail client on this work computer to include your personal e-mail account so you can download messages and check personal e-mail. Which of the following is true
What can you use to electronically verify your identity without the need to provide data confidentiality?
Which of the following is an effective way for Web site owners to prevent typosquatting?
Which statement best describes hash encryption?
Spam can be considered an invasion of privacy because:
What distinguishes a worm from a virus?
Which statement correctly compares computer viruses and worms?
Which term best describes a collection of software tools that provide a permanent solution to known program bugs?
Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) can be run over Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) to create the HTTPS protocol. How does HTTPS make HTTP transmission more secure?
Which cookie type remains on your system after you end your browser session?
Which of the following protects original works of authorship that are fixed in a tangible medium of expression, and defines an original work by the basic elements of expression and originality?
A state or local tax on goods and services that is collected by the seller.
Tax based on the value of land and buildings; used to pay for schools and local government services.
Tax based on the value of items received from a deceased person.
Tax used to finance retirement and disability benefits.
Filled out by the employee so that the employer will withhold the correct federal income tax from the employee’s paycheck. 
Reports the amount of federal, state and other taxes withheld from the employee’s paycheck. This form is filled out by the EMPLOYER.
Medicare tax is _____%
Social Security tax is ______%.
Annual income tax return filed by citizens or residents of the United States.
The due date to file federal income taxes every year is _________.
Which is the most common method used to authenticate users on private and public computer networks?
Which term is used to describe a program that appears to be harmless but actually produces malicious or harmful results?
Computer viruses can cause very little up to severe damage. You can protect your system by using virus-detection software to get rid of viruses. Because new viruses are created so rapidly, what must you do to make sure your anti-virus can protect you
Which of the following is protected by copyright?
When your company's private LAN is protected by a firewall, which of the following is true?
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) and TLS (Transport Layer Security) are two common protocols used to secure Internet communication exchanges. Which of the following is true about SSL and TLS?
Brea opened an e-mail attachment with a virus. After running anti-virus software, the damage is still extensive and she has to reformat her hard drive. Which step, if she had taken it prior to the virus, would have reduced the impact of the virus?
The level of secrecy offered by encryption is dependent on:
You suspect that an attacker has gained control of your computer system. What action should you take next?
You avoid adding yourself to unwanted mailing lists, you conduct online transactions through secure Web sites, and you are selective when posting information to newsgroups. These actions will help you:
What do encryption applications do to render text unreadable?
Which statement best describes asymmetric-key encryption?
You were replying to e-mail when suddenly your computer started to display random messages, and stopped responding. You suspect that you have accidentally downloaded a virus. Which of the following actions most likely caused this?
Which of the following is a vital part of any firewall strategy?
Your company's IT department enforces the use of 128-bit encryption. Your department also protects the company encryption keys to ensure secure transmissions. Which choice is an important reason for encrypting the company's network transmissions?
The availability of vendor-supplied services and support, and the availability of regular updates and patches from vendors are considered advantages of:
Which statement is true regarding international copyrights of digital information?
Which term best describes a file of programming code that provides a temporary fix to a known bug?
Bob opened an e-mail attachment and it launched a virus. The virus took control of his system, and now he is unable to run his anti-virus software. What should he do next?
Which of the following can protect your company's data, prevent data from being intercepted by malicious outsiders, and deter hackers?
Which subatomic particle has a positive charge?
Which subatomic particle has a negative charge?
Which subatomic particle has a neutral charge?
Where are protons found?
Where are neutrons found?
The area containing electrons is called...
Electrons that exist on the edge of the atom are called...
What is an ion?
What is an isotope?
Which subatomic particle can not be changed and can be used to identify an atom?
How do you determine the number of protons in an atom?
How do you determine the number of electrons in an atom?
How do you determine the number of valence electrons in an atom?
How do you determine the number of neutrons in an atom?
If you took all of the atoms out of a chair, what would be left?
All matter in our world, from the single-celled amoeba to the tallest skyscraper in New York City, consists of very small units called -
Niels Bohr proposed an atomic model in which electrons move around the nucleus in circular orbits. This model is now thought to be incorrect because electrons -
Most of an atom is made up of --
How many neutrons does the element argon have?
How many protons are in an atom of the element chlorine?
You receive a text message on your cell phone from an unknown number. The message includes an attachment. You try to call the number but you get no answer. What is the best action for you to take next?
Which of the following is an example of a trademark?
A cookie is a text file that is placed on a Web site visitor's computer. Cookies allow a Web site manager to:
How does a proxy server protect a corporate network from unwanted Internet activity?
Which statement best describes symmetric-key encryption?
Which term is used to describe an application that installs hidden services on a system that enables the attacker to monitor and control the operation of the system?
As part of the IT department, you configure the employee workstations for your company. When configuring a user's system, you always set the browser security levels to the company standard settings. What are users restricted from downloading?
Which statement is true regarding a virus attack on your system?
Your parents want to buy a rare wine from RareVintage.com. They go to checkout and see this: http://www.RareVintage.com/vprod/checkout.html/ref=chk_out_TLS128_1b?. You tell them to cancel their online transaction instead of proceeding. Why?
A firewall can perform which task?
Which encryption method provides data integrity because, even though encrypted data is not decrypted, you can verify whether the data was altered after encryption?
You are a network administrator for your company. Most of the data from your company is sensitive so you determine that encrypting company transmissions is critical. What is the disadvantage of your decision to encrypt company transmissions?
Secure authentication requires:
Which of the following is the most common method for spreading viruses?
Sarah just made a purchase on an online shopping site (such as amazon.com) and completed the checkout process by paying with her credit card. Which protocol was most likely used for the transmission of her information?
You are a network administrator for a medium-sized organization. The receptionist has had several problems with malware recently. Which of the following will help prevent additional malware from being installed on his computer?
Which term is used to describe a computer security program that is enabled when no keystrokes or mouse actions have occurred on the system for a specified duration?
You work for a marketing company and your team is assigned to rebrand published work from an independent author who has legal ownership of all her works. You get permission to use her work in exchange for a royalty fee. What is this called?
Sensitive data (such as credit card information) should be secured using authentication and encryption when transmitting it over the Internet. Which protocol do most servers use to exchange sensitive data over the Internet?
Non-repudiation is the security principle of providing proof that a transaction occurred between identified parties. Which of the following can you use to enforce non-repudiation in an electronic data transfer?
The type of soil called loam is made up of
The most important factors in determining the rate of weathering are
In which soil layer would you find loam that is rich in humus
What kind of weathering causes the mineral composition of rocks to change?
Soil formation begins with the weathering of
In conservation plowing, why are dead weeds and stalks of the previous year’s crop left in the ground
A hot and wet climate causes weathering to take place
Living organisms in soil help to
What term describes the management of soil to prevent its destruction?
In a cross section of soil, the B horizon consists of
What can cause the loss of soil that is not protected by plant cover?
A permeable rock weathers easily because it
The practice of plowing fields along the curves of a slope is called
When earthworms add their wastes to the soil, then die and decay in the soil, they are contributing to the formation of
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I was a little cloudy as to what Mr. Haines was referring.
The soap was a slippery eel as I tried to hold onto it in the shower.
The angry man's steps were thunder.
The room became an icebox every time the air conditioning went on.
Zachary's boss was a beast and had no sympathy for anyone.
Tanya's baby is such an angel because all she does is eat and sleep.
The stars were diamonds in the nighttime sky.
At twelve years old, Jenna is a blooming flower.
Mark had been such a pig at the party that there was no food left for anyone else.
The detective is working to plow through the rubble in the case.
Management communication is:
The system of official channels that carry organizationally approved messages is called:
Unofficial ways that employees share information in an organization is called:
The most effective technique a manager can use to improve organizational communication is:
Which of the following is NOT related to the concept of ethics?
The duty of a business to contribute to the well-being of society is called:
A formal, published collection of values and rules that reflect the firm’s philosophy and goals:
Telecommuting means:
Business activities that occur between two or more countries is called:
The theory that a country should specialize in products or services that it can provide more efficiently than can other countries is called:
If companies spend too much time correcting errors and redoing work, it is likely that the supervisors are not effective in using:
When Apple built a personal computer, it was an example of:
A company committed to total quality management:
A type of business that use mostly intangible products to satisfy consumer needs is called a:
Coal-mining and construction companies are examples of:
The process of accomplishing the goals of an organization through the effective use of people and other resources is:
The levels of management in an organization is called:
A total commitment by everyone in an organization to improve the quality of procedures and products by reducing waste, errors, and defects is called:
An award given to a company that demonstrates a superior approach to quality management is called the:
A common set of activities that make up an important part of a manager’s job is called:
A procedure that evaluates the work and accomplishment of an employee and provides feedback on performance is called:
What are the steps in the decision-solving process?
A leader who encourages workers to share in making decisions about their work and work-related problems is called a _____________ leader.
One trait of an effective leader is:
One difference between an manager and a leader is:
IThe theory that a country should specialize in products or services that it can provide more efficiently than can other countries is called:
The most effective technique a manager can use to improve organizational communication is:
When Apple built a personal computer, it was an example of:
Coal-mining and construction companies are examples of:
A total commitment by everyone in an organization to improve the quality of procedures and products by reducing waste, errors, and defects is called:
A cubes density is 9.42 g/cm cubed, if you cut it in half it's density would be
What is the density of matter with a mass of 24g and and a volume of 4cm cubed
Aluminum is an example of
When a bomb explodes, mass is
What is a substance in which two or more elements are combined in a fixed proportion
Rusting of a car is an example of a
Sharpening of a pencil is an example of
the scattering of light by colloids is
the volume of an object measuring 10 cm by 5 cm by 2 cm would be
The makeup of gases in air would be best represented by a
What is the application of Science
Which the following is the smallest measurement
mass per unit of volume
An exact quantity that people agree to use for camparison is a
A testable prediction
The amount of space occupied by an object is called
In a graph the variable on the horizontal axis is
An explanation of an event that is based on repeated observations and experiments is
the standard for comparison that helps to ensure that experimenal results are valid
Discovered the positivly charged nucleus
(6 x 5) x 0
8 x (2 x 6)
8 x (1 x 7)
6 x (3 x 2)
10 x (5 x 2)
10 x (2 x 6)
3 x (2 x 4)
( 3 x 4) x 9
(2 x 3) x 9
6 x (3 x 2)
The first stage of photosynthesis is
Which organelle is responsible for energy production in the cell?
Which process is the major source of oxygen released into the atmosphere?
Photosynthesis and cellular respiration are often considered opposites. Why?
Which of the following molecules is used as energy for chemical reactions in cells?
Which of the following occurs during photosynthesis?
The light-independent reactions of photosynthesis are also known as the
Where will chlorophyll be found in the chloroplasts?
Where are the grana located?
What is the waste product of photosynthesis?
A boulder at the top of a vertical cliff has a potential energy of 100 MJ relative to the ground below. It rolls off the cliff. When it is halfway to the ground its kinetic energy
Suppose you put in 100 J of work on a lever and get out 93 J of work. How much of the work input is lost as heat?
Torque _____.
Which statement is TRUE of an object that spins when it’s thrown through the air?
Which statement is true about toppling?
A meter stick is suspended at its midpoint and two blocks are attached. A 10-N block is attached 20 cm to the left of the midpoint. Where must a 40-N block be placed to balance?
Which description would produce the greatest torque?
In physics, work is defined as______________.
If you apply 25 N of force on a box over 10 meters, how much work did you do on the box?
How much farther will a car traveling at 100 km/s skid than the same car traveling at 50 km/s?
If there is a motion on the floor, and something else of immedidate urgency arises, What is the best procedure to follow?
Which of the following incidental motions is debatable?
During debate on a main motion, a member rises and moves the previous question, if 31 votes are cast how many have to vote in favor of the previous quiestion in order for it to pas
The maker of the motion
Which of the following motions is not a motion that brings a question again before the assembly?
A quorum is
A motion to limit or extend limits of debate can:
A voting procedure used to save time when there seems to be no opposition or when no formal vote is taken is called:
If a member notices an infraction of parliamentary procedure, they will call
If a member makes a motion that is not in order
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What did Warren G. Harding promise the American people?
Who were the two famous policemen that tried to close down the speakeasies?
Who were two evangelists during the 1920's?
Why did the young people of the 1920's call themselves the lost generation?
What was the purpose of the suffragettes' petition?
What did Elizabeth Stanton and Susan B. Anthony fight for?
What were women who dressed in nontraditional ways called?
What are changes made to the Constitution called?
Who became president in 1920?
What were the meetings held by evangelists called?
Who was a popular actor of silent films?
Who was an author whose writings reflected the attitudes and values of the 1920's?
What is are guidelines for behavior?
Which event most likely caused the formation of folded mountain ranges?
The inner core of Earth is solid because of the
During winter
Which characteristic is shared by Earth and the Moon?
Tides on Earth are mostly caused by the gravitational pull of
Which event most likely takes place as the result of crustal movement along transform boundaries?
What best describes the mantle of Earth?
What keeps the planets in orbit around the Sun?
There are some towns located in the valley of the Alpine mountains. During part of the year, these towns stay dark all day because the mountains block the Sun. During which season would the Sun be low enough in the sky that the village stays in the s
The length of a year on Earth is a little over 365 days. The length of a year on a planet is best described as the time it takes for which to occur?
Lithospheric plates have moved to form land formations on the Earth's surface. Which land formation occurs as a result of the plates folding upon one another?
If the Earth did not tilt on its axis in relation to the sun, which of the following would also be true?
Which of the following is visible through a reflecting telescope?
Most of the United States is a part of which tectonic plate?
Which two plates are responsible for earthquakes in California?
Which two plates collided with each other to form the Himalaya Mountains?
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is the agency responsible for the space program in the United States. What was the goal of NASA’s Apollo program?
To which planet do National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) scientists hope to send humans next?
Earth’s distance from the Sun helps the planet sustain life. If the Sun were larger, what would most likely also have to be true for Earth to sustain life?
Which properties are most important to sustaining life on Earth?
Who was a mobster that was blamed for the St. Valentine's Day Massacre?
Who was a professional baseball player who was saved and became an evangelist?
Who was a sports figure that fans wanted to see hit a home run?
What is it to approve an amendment to the Constitution?
Who was the pilot who made the first successful solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean?
Who was a collector of books, pamphlets, poems, and pictures either by or about African Americans?
What was a popular state for buying real estate in 1924 and 1925?
What was the movement in which African Americans began to preserve their culture?
Where did Lindbergh begin his solo flight?
What was it called when everybody was buying up land?
What are pieces made exactly the same to fit any car called?
What is it called when you must make more products in less time?
What are payments that people make to the bank to pay back a loan?
What part of a company is available to buy at the stock exchange and known as shares?
What was the period when stock prices were higher than any other time?
What is it called when there is an economic loss?
What is it called when there is economic growth?
What is the process of a bank loaning a person money to be paid back?
What happened on October 1929?
How did listening to the radio help people who lived miles apart feel closer to one another?
Ecologists observed that the Varying hares (rabbits) fur is brown in the summer and white in winter. They found that the population remained about the same in winter and summer. According to this investigations, how does color affect organisms?
Students dropped different colored toothpicks in lawn grass. They were given one minute to pick up as many toothpicks as they could. Students found that they had more red and blue toothpicks than green. According to this investigations, how does co
Some organisms have colorful appearances to warn their predators that they are harmful or do not taste good. If other organisms mimic these colors in areas where the predator is not exposed to the original organisms, would the mimics be successful?
Which answer below best describes improvements that can be made in the types of crops farmers grow?
Which is the best example of how science and improvements in technology affect life?
Which is the best example of how science and improvements in technology affect life?
Many animals that live near the North Pole are white. Why is being white a helpful inherited trait for the North Pole environment?
How could you test the claims that a genetically altered tomato resist rotting, stays firmer longer, and has a longer shelf life?
Which adaptation below would most fish, birds, and whales most likely have in common?
What would most directly benefit from the study of genetics?
Je voudrais _____________ a ta mere. ( parler/je)
Il exige que tu _______________ chez sa mere. (aller/ tu)
Nous souhaitons _________________ de l'argent. ( avoir/nous)
Prendre (subjonctif/je )
Il faut que tu ________ au marche. (venir) subjonctif
croire (subjonctif) nous.
recevoir (je ) subjonctif
Il faut_____________la verite. ( dire)
Il faut que tu______________ ta famille ( aimer)
Il faut _______________ a ta soeur.
A management style best to use when the work is routine with few changes.
Involves analyzing information, setting goals, and making decisions about what needs to be done.
Determining how well the business is accomplishing its goals
A manager who is willing to make unpopular decisions is showing this leadership characteristic.
Identifying and arranging the work and resources needed to achieve company goals.
A manager who makes decisions carefully is showing this leadership characteristic.
A management style best tu sue when working under tight time pressures.
A manager who follows through on commitments is showing this leadership characteristic.
Directing and leading people to accomplish the planned work of the organization.
The process of accomplishing the goals of an organization by effectively using people and other resources is called _________.
The way a manager treats and involve employees is called management _______.
The ability to motivate individuals and groups to accomplish important goals is called ________.
____ are the principles of conduct governing an individual or groups.
What caused increased voter turnout in 1823
The force relocation of eastern Indians to Oklahoma was called.
The Fedearalist Party lost party after opposing....
What did Thomas Jefferson purchase from France in 1803
The Battle in which all Texans were killed defending a fort in San Antonio
What state did the United States Purchase from Spain
The belief that God desired the United States to expand from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean
The most important provision of the Jay Treaty was
The term impressment means....
Thomas Jefferson defeated_________________ in the election of 1800
Lisa has received a file attachment from a co-worker, James. She has no reason to expect a file from this person. The most effective security strategy for Lisa to follow would be:
What does anti-virus software do?
Your computer crashed, and you lost many personal and work-related files. You just got a new computer, but you are now much more concerned about viruses and other security threats. Which strategy can help you protect your computer against viruses?
Which of the following is an electronic stamp that can verify the integrity of data and the identity of the message source?
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An arrow in a bow has 70 J of potential energy. Assuming no loss of energy to heat, how much kinetic energy will it have after it has been shot?
A job is done slowly, and an identical job is done quickly. Both jobs require the same amount of work, but different amounts of ________.
A hammer strikes a nail with a 10 N force for 0.01 seconds. Calculate the impulse of the hammer.
The following footwear is best in the laboratory:
Horseplay or practical jokes in the laboratory are
The following activity is permitted in the laboratory:
Which of the following has the least momentum?
The recoil momentum of a cannon that kicks is _____ the momentum of the cannonball it fires.
Whenever an object exerts a force on another object, the second object exerts a force of the same magnitude, but in the opposite direction to that of the first object.
A high school student hits a nail with a hammer. During the collision, there is a force___________.
What do all organisms depend on?
Organisms are __________________by they get energy.
What is another name for food level?
What do decomposers do with the nutrients that they break down?
How is energy moved from one organism to another?
How is energy transferred from a molecule of sugar (glucose) to ATP?
Where will chlorophyll be found in the chloroplast?
Where are the grana located?
What is the waste product of photosynthesis?
The light-independent reactions of photosynthesis are also known as the
Speed can be defined 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?
A football player running at 2m/s dives towards a football with a velocity of 5m/s. What is the relative velocity of the football player and the football?
Relative motion can best be defined as
Relative motion can best be defined as
Why does a truck that is traveling in the opposite direction to you on the street appear to be moving faster that it would if you were not moving?
Molecules in these are the fastest-moving molecules
Anything that takes up space and has weight
How much of the earth is covered by water?
Molecules in these are packed close together
Has no shape of its own and does not fill up a fixed amount of space
Water is made up of this
What causes molecules to move rapidly
What is the smallest piece of a substance that still has the qualities of that substance?
Objects will float on water because it has a high what?
Water turns to ice at what temperature?
What is the ability to do work?
What supplies the energy in steam?
What does the weight of the atmosphere create?
What is the foce which draws things toward the center of the earth?
What is the process by which liquid water becomes water vapor?
How far does the atmosphere extend?
What gas makes up most of the air?
What is a push or pull on an object?
What is the process of changing water vapor back into liquid water called?
What is rain, sleet, snow, and hail?
Marine organisms that drift with the currents are called..
Plants and animals living on the seafloor are called...
Animals such as crabs, snails, and sponges...
Range from algae to organisms as large as jellyfish
Animals such as sharks, whales, and flounder...
A rigid wave resistant structure built by corals is called...
Carbon dioxide and water changed to sugar and oxygen in the presence of sunlight is called...
Sulfur and nitrogen compouds used as an energy source to produce food is called...
An area where the mouth of a river opens up into an ocean
What happens at a mid ocean ridge?
A person is attracted towards the center of the earth by a 500-N gravitational force. The force with which the earth is attracted toward the person is __________.
A Mack truck and a Volkswagen traveling at the same speed have a head-on collision. The vehicle to undergo the greater change in velocity will be the __________.
A rocket is able to accelerate in the vacuum of space when it fires its engines. The force that propels the rocket is the force __________.
Accelerations are produced by
The acceleration produced by a net force on an object is____________.
Pressure is defined as ___________.
If the force on a cart doubles, what happens to the cart’s acceleration?
Suppose a cart is being moved by a force. If suddenly a load is dumped into the cart so that the cart’s mass doubles, what happens to the cart’s acceleration?
A tow truck exerts a force of 3000 N on a car, accelerating it at 2 m/s2. What is the mass of the car?
A ball is left in the inside of a cabin of an air plane. When the plane accelerates forward, the ball rolls to the back of the cabin. What happens when the plan stops?
The Moh's scale measures the _____________ of a mineral
__________ is the way a mineral reflects light.
The specific gravity of a mineral compares the ratio of its weight to an equal volume of _________.
Streak is the ____________ of a mineral in its powdered form
Minerals that break along smooth, flat surfaces have ___________.
Quartz is a mineral with ______________; it breaks along uneven, rough, or jagged surfaces
A highly prized mineral
A solid with atoms that are arranged in orderly, repeating patters
Hot melted rock...
_____________ rock is formed when magma cools and hardens.
Magma that reaches Earth's surface and flows from volcanoes is called...
Rocks that have changed because of changes in temperature and pressure or the presence of hot, watery fluids are called __________ rock.
Rocks that form as lava cools on the surface of earth are called...
Rocks that form from magma below the surface are called...
Rocks with mineral grains lined up in parallel layers are called...
Rocks with mineral grains that do not form layers are called...
Magma that cools below the Earth's surface forms _____ rock.
Foliated rocks are distinguished by ___________.
Lava that cools quickly forms _______________ rocks.
Metamorphic rocks can be formed from all of the following EXCEPT...
What Industrial Revolution invention is characterized by assembly line mass production?
Which statement best describes the change in the United States\' economy during the Industrial Revolution?
How did the transcontinental railroad contribute to the Industrial Revolution?
This communication invention used Morse Code to relay messages:
The telephone was invented in 1876 and was eventuall found in almost every home. Who invented the telephone?
How did the light bulb promote economic growth?
Which two inventions were developed by Thomas Edison?
Whose flying machine flew for 12 seconds at Kitty hawk, NC, and led to the beginning of the aircraft industry?
Which of the following inventors is associated with the invention of the sewing machine?
Which of the following inventors had the most US patents during his lifetime?
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Lipids are made up of which of the following elements?
Which of the following is NOT a function of a lipid?
Which of the following is NOT a type of lipid?
Saturated lipids
Unsaturated lipids
How are glycerol and fatty acids attached?
Phospholipids have a hydrophobic head and hydrophyllic tail.
Phospholipids have a polar head and a nonpolar tail.
Amphipathic means triple nature.
Phospholipids have a bilayer of lipids.
What were the boats called that they put prisoners in?
What was the name of the Criminal caught in 1888?
When did the police force stop doing public hangins
What was the new type of prison called?
When was a paid police force established?
What is one kind of torture mentioned?
What was one way people were executed?
What could boys be arrested for?
Could you be arrested because of playing music in public?
Did Jack the Ripper have a nickname?
Which ribbon includes the command for inserting charts that illustrate or compare data?
What is the name of a capital letter that is the first letter in a paragraph but is set in a larger font size than the rest of the characters in the paragraph?
Kim inserted a rectangular shape into her Word document. She wanted the shape to transition from one color to another. Which shape fill option should she use?
Which of the small, white circles surrounding a graphic allows a user to proportionately resize the graphic?
What is the command on the Insert Ribbon used to capture and insert a picture of any other open program window?
Jordan inserted an image from his USB Drive into his science report. What did he insert?
Kim inserted a rectangular shape into her Word document. She wanted to fill the shape with a Microsoft Logo. Which shape fill option should she use?
Jordan wants to e-mail a view of the entire program window to the Technology Department of the error message that he received when logging onto his computer. What command would he use?
Sara inserted an arrow to point out information in a newsletter, which object did she use?
In Nathan's parenting class, he has been assigned to diagram his family tree. Which command would be the most appropriate for a quick and easy visual representation?
In Microsoft Word, what is the name of the group of picture formatting characteristics that includes shadows, reflections, glow, soft edges, bevel, and 3-D rotation?
Which command is used to insert a picture file from a storage device into a document?
Angie is designing a band flyer and wants a picture of a drum set to appear behind the text. Which command should she use?
Nathan is designing an FBLA flyer and wants to draw a star. Which command would he use from the Insert Ribbon?
Angie inserted a picture into a Microsoft Word document. She decided there were portions of the picture she wanted to remove. Which command would be most appropriate to use?
Which command on the Picture Tools Format Ribbon is used to change the way text wraps around a selected object?
Sara inserted a graphic used to visually display her family tree. Which graphic did she use?
Which command on the Insert Ribbon is used to select a part of a program window to insert into a file?
Which of the following chart types are available in Microsoft Word?
What is the descriptive text placed below an object called?
When an economist talks about total cost, they include:
An economic profit is usually:
Which of the following would be considered to be a short-run adjustment?
The main difference between the short-run and the long-run is:
We calculate marginal product by:
Variable cost is:
If you ran a day care facility, which of the following would be a short-run variable cost?
If we take ATC and subtract AVC, we would get:
Let's assume that in the short run a firm is producing 100 units of output, that they have average total costs of $1000, and average variable costs of $900. The firm's total fixed costs are:
If everything else is held constant, if a firm's variable inputs increase,
Let's assume that a firm is losing money, so they decide not to produce anything in the short run. The firms costs would be:
In the short-run, Wednesday's Widgets is producing 100 units of output. It's average variable costs are $10 and average fixed costs are $0.75. Its total costs are:
Let's assume that a new employee training program increases labor productivity. We would expect
Firms experience diseconomies of scale primarily due to:
A local corporation increases it's inputs by 7% and gets a 5% increase in product. The firm is operating under:
A firm increases it's inputs by 12% and output increases by 12%. The firm is operating under:
A firm increases all it's inputs by 6% and output increases by 8%. The firm is operating under:
Union Capital during Civil War
Confederate Capital during Civil War
Confederate President during Civil War
Union General who was victorius at Appotomax Court House
The main goal of the North at the beginning of the war was to_____________.
The main goal of the South at the beginning of the war was to_____________.
The first major battle of the Civil War was fought at ___________.
The single bloodiest day of the entire Civil War took place at ____________.
On January 1, 1863, President Lincoln signed the _______________.
What law did Congress sign in 1865 changed the Constitution so that slavery was permanently abolished everywhere in the US
The study of birds is called _______.
Birds are _____________.
A bird's heart has __________ chambers.
Birds are born with ____________ feathers.
Birds reproduce using _____________ fertilization.
The bones of a bird are _____________ hollow.
Birds lay _____________ eggs.
The process of preening makes a bird's feathers ___________.
Which of the following is a song bird?
Which of the following is a flightless bird?
Which of the following is a bird of prey?
Which of the following is a water bird?
Which Kingdom do birds belong to?
Which Phylum do birds belong to?
Which Class do birds belong to?
similar nature
to bestow much upon
touchable
to make the most of your time
to enlighten
one who takes over
to cleanse completely
The Green Arrow's ______ with a bow is only matched by Robin Hood.
She didn't come out and say I would be fired if I brought my pet monkey to work again, but she _______ it.
The cannibal's secret refrigerator was full of ______ horrors!
Places where alcohol was sold in secret were called
The right to vote is called
What is a style of music that became popular in the 1920's?
Criminals that earned money through illegal activities were known as
The ban that made it illegal to make or sell alcohol was called
A written request for a right or benefit from someone in authority is a
Which is NOT a name given to the 1920's?
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Quartz is a mineral; granite is...
A classification of metamorphic rocks would include whether they are...
The rock cycle indicates that each type of rock can...
Pumice, obsidian, and scoria are kinds of...
A rock is _______________.
A highly prized mineral
The Moh's scale measures the _______ of a mineral.
___________ is the way a mineral reflects light.
Minerals that break along smooth, flat surfaces have...
Streak is the _________ of a mineral in its powdered form.
What is a rain or storm cloud called?
What is frozen water vapor formed in clouds called?
What is the temperature at which water boils?
What is a cloud on the ground called?
What is the temperature at which water condenses called?
What are frozen raindrops that have been blown back into the cloud to form more frozen layers?
What is the amount of water vapor in the air called?
What is a large body of air that has the same temperature and humidity?
What is any form of water that falls from clouds to earth called?
What are the 3 stages of the water cycle in order?
Oxygen
Desk
Liberty
Nitrogen
Book
Steam
Freedom
Ice
Milk
Juice
A ____ is a group of one or more persons elected or appointed to consider, investigate to take action on certain matter.
A call for the ______ is to stop debate and force a vote on pending motion.
Who should sign the minutes?
A(n) committee has preference in order of business.
______ is to obtain information about meeting procedure
What does the chair do in order to participate in debate?
To introduce new business the member makes a
Which class of motions do not relate to the pending business, but have to do with special matters of immediate and overriding importance?
Which of the following motions does not require a two-third vote?
According to Robert's Rules of Order, what should be the last item of business in a meeting?
In a ________ energy transformation one form of energy is transformed into_________
A series of energy transformations is required for which type of energy transformation?
What is the most common energy transformation?
A ball is thrown in the air. At the highest point
At the lowest point on a pendulum
Potential energy is stored in a pole vault when
the law of conservation of energy states that
Friction involves the transfer of
Einstein discovered that
Thermal energy is produced when a firefighter slides down a pole. Where does it come from?
the theory of ______________ states that Earth's continents have moved slowly over Earth's surface
The single landmass that broke apart and gave rise to today's continents is called
Which of the following is not evidence for continental drift?
Geologists in Wegner's time thought mountains form because
Mountain ranges that line up even though they are on different continents is an example of what type of evidence for continental drift?
__________ are remains of organisms that have been preserved in rock
Why are fossils of Mesosauras and Lystrosaurus evidence for continental drift?q
Which of the following is evidence for continental drift from climate change?
___________ deposits can be found in __________, showing evidence for continental drift
Wegner's hypothesis wasn't accepted in his lifetime because
_______________ is Friday.
__________ will I do with all these cookies?
I do not _____________ that the turtle will win the race.
We __________ two fish.
We've __________ happy all day.
We will go to Media __________
It is __________ time to go home.
That apple was __________.
The dog will __________ all the food.
It is not nice to _________ at others.
Convection currents can be found in
_____________ is the process by which oceanic crust sinks beneath a deep-ocean trench
A plate
The theory of ______________ states that pieces of Earth's lithosphere are_____________
What are the 3 types of plate boundaries?
A divergent plate boundary that occurs in the ocean is called a
When oceanic crust converges with another piece of oceanic crust
When continental crust converges with another piece of continental crust
___________ form along a ________ plate boundary
Along a transform plate boundary
___________ is a force that acts on rock to change its shape or volume
Which of the following is false?
Which land feature(s) is/are the result of tension
__________ occurs along a ___________ plate boundary
_________ are breaks in rocks occurring along plate boundaries
In which type of fault does the hanging wall move up?
Which of the following is incorrect?
What land feature occurs when 2 normal faults cut through a block of rock
_________ are folds in the rock that bend upward while __________ are folds in the rock that bend downward
What piece of rock is above a fault?
_________ are located in a cell's _________
What is not a component of nucleotides?
What is not a nitrogenous base in DNA?
What is Chagraff's rule?
The________ of DNA are made of _______________
Which bases are complementary?
Replicated DNA is made of
Which of the following is correct
Bases on each side of DNA form a _______ for a new strand
Who built a model of DNA?
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What is it called when only one chromosome from a pair is present. This usually results in organism death.
What is the name of chromosome pair 23 and it determines the gender of the organism
What is it called when three chromosomes are present instead of a pair?
What genetic disorder is caused from trisomy on chromosome pair 21?
The allele that is always expressed as the phenotype of an organism
What is the name of a specific segment of DNA on a chromosome?
The physical appearance of an organism is called the
What is it called when the tow alleles are the same in an organism
What is the name of the technique used to predict outcomes of a cross with only 1 trait?
What is the name of the allele that may be covered up even when it is present?
When the alleles of an organism are written as letters it is called the
When the alleles in an organism are different the organism is said to be
What is the name of the technique used to predict the outcome of a cross with 2 different traits
What is the name of the allele that can cover other alleles
What is the name for variations of a gene. Examples are blue eye color, brown eye color, green eye color.
What is represented by the following chromosomes? III
What do fossils teach scienctists about?
Which part of a dead plant/animal is most likely to become a fossil
Which type of rock are most fossils found in?
What type of fossil is a shallow print formed by pressing?
What type of fossil is a hollow hole often left behind by shells?
What type of fossil forms when minerals fill a mold and form a rock copy of what used to be there?
What causes an organism to dissolve and leave behind a mold?
Which type of fossil forms when tree sap hardens with an organism inside?
What can happen to an organism that would preserve it whole?
What is Rancho La Brea in California famous for?
What type of fossil forms when plants or animals decay slowly leaving behind a thin film of the element carbon?
When soft parts of wood and bones becomes replaced by minerals, they can be turned to stone. What is this type of fossil called?
Which statement is true about finding a complete skeleton fossil?
What can we learn about petrified wood from it's annual-growth rings?
Which of the following is not something that can be learned by fossil footprints?
What is true about the fossilized teeth of a meat eater
Which of the following is not something that fossils can teach us about past environments?
What could fossilized stomach content teach us about an animal?
Which of the following is not a step in the collection of skeleton fossils?
Which of the following is not true about a fossil display in a museum?
Al norte Costa Rica comparte frontera con
En proporción a su área, el porcentaje de territorio que Costa Rica dedica a parques nacionales es
En Costa Rica, el porcentaje de analfabetismo es
Durante la época colonial, Costa Rica
Costa Rica es el único país de Latinoamérica que no tiene
El principal producto de la United Fruit Company eran
Óscar Arias Sánchez recibió el Premio Nóbel de
Entre 1950 y 1990 la inscripción de estudiantes en la enseñanza secundaria
Claudia Poll Ahrens nació en
Costa Rica es en líder en
What is the smallest unit of life that conducts life functions?
Many organelles are too small to be seen without the aid of a _______?
The thin, flexible outer covering of a cell
Diffusion of water across a membrane is called______.
________ is the gel like fluid inside of a cell, made mostly of water.
This organelle contains the genetic material and is the control center of the cell.
These serve as temporary storage centers for the cell.
This organelle is specific to plant cells and gives them their green color. It also helps the plant make food.
This organelle is specific to plant cells and provides support and shape for the cell.
Bacilli shaped bacteria resemble what?
Spirilla shaped bacteria resembles what shape?
This shape of bacteria looks like a bunch of spheres grouped together.
A common characteristic of protists is that they live in ______ environments.
This particular protist moves by pulling itself along with flagella.
This protist moves by beating tiny like hairs called cilia.
This protist can be found in warm freshwater and could potentially attach itself to your brain using a pseudopod
The word 'pseudopod' means what?
'Cilia' can be identified as what?
Price elasticity of demand measures:
If the price elasticity of demand for a good is .25, the demand for the good can be described as:
Angie of Angie's Cupcake Emporium sells custom cupcake packages for 18.00. She sells 100 packages a week at that price. She ran a sale this week and charged $15.00. She sold 200. What is her elasticity of demand?
If price falls by 10 percent and the quantity demanded increases by 15 percent, the demand for the product is
Let's assume that the supply of paper increases resulting in a decrease in the price of paper, but the quantity sold doesn't change. This tells us that
As we move down a downward sloping demand curve, the price elasticity of demand
If the price falls and total revenue goes up, we can assume that the price elasticity of demand is
If the demand for a good is price inelastic at a given output level
Demand is elastic when
Total revenue will fall if
A product has a price of $6.00 and sales of 650 units. Price increases to $8.00 and the quantity of sales falls to 550. The price elasticity of demand is
If a business raised its price from $8 to $9 when the demand was price elastic, total revenue would
You are the manager and have been informed that the elasticity for your product is 2.3. To increase total revenue you should
Which of the following would represent a market where the demand for a particular brand would be very inelastic?
Which of the following would not be a characteristic of a product with a relatively elastic demand?
Which of the following will cause the demand curve to be relatively inelastic.
Let's assume that the demand for a particular product is inelastic in the short run, but elastic in the long run. A price increase will.
Which of the following products are most likely to be price elastic in the long run?
Which of the following would be most likely to have a price inelastic demand?
At a price of $100, 900 units are demanded and 1000 are supplied. At a price of $150, 500 units are demanded and 1500 are supplied. The elasticity of supply is:
Management functions are usually divided among the owners of a partnership.
All managers devote the same amount of attention and time to each of the management functions.
Any employee who plans and organizes his or her work is a manager.
Employees who are not involved in work decisions often will not be especially committed to the work.
Effective managers always find a way to make decisions with which every employee agrees.
Ethical companies never engage in competition for business.
Good leaders understand that tey cannot treat all employees alike.
Effective managers try to eliminate informal influence in work groups as there can be only one leader in each group.
Ethical behavior involves all employees, not just a company's executives and managers.
A company's chief operating officer is an example of a(n)
Supervisors are MAINLY concerned with which management function?
Which of the following is NOT a good way to develop leadership skills?
Carol's employees accomplish the tasks she assigns them because they respect and trust her. This is an example of:
No matter how well-liked they are by employees, all managers have
Ethical behavior must meet all of the following standards EXCEPT:
Core values
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In __________ cells DNA is ___________
Which of the following is correct
3 bases code for a(n) __________ which forms ________
Which of the following is a function of protein?
What is not a similarity between RNA and DNA?
Which RNA is correctly matched with its function?
which of the following is in the correct order?
A sequence of DNA reading AAATTTCCC is mutated and now reads AAATTTGCCC. The mutation was a(n)
A sequence of DNA reading AAATTTCCC is mutated and now reads AAATTTGCC. The mutation was a(n)
What use of genetic knowledge would cloning fall under?
Comparing tools made of stone, iron, and bronze, what is the correct order, from softest to hardest?
What is the most significant result of the development of windmills and waterwheels?
What device in common use today can claim a design by Leonardo da Vinci as its predecessor?
What event from the early 1900s had the most significant effect on the progress of science and invention?
Information Age devices are used to process and exchange information. Which of the following does not do this as its primary function?
Human innovation in action that involves the generation of knowledge and processes to develop systems that solve problems and extend human capabilities is the definition of what.
Which age Includes earliest civilizations and the development of metallurgy, mainly the combining of copper and tin to make bronze
Military dominance for uses of iron weapons and the use of iron-bladed plows enabled humans to increase food production.
First use of complex machinery, and people move from the country to the city to work in factories.
He was born in Italy in 1452. Beginning his career as an artist, painting and sculpting, he was soon put to work designing weapons.
An adaptation is
member of a species
populations are
when populations change over time it is called
new species descend from
fossils are
what is a timeline of life?
the fossil record organizes fossils by
Israelis, Canadians, and Americans are examples of
all living things
Selective breeding
Darwin thought that if species could evolve over time then
evolution happens
Natural selection states that
Modern scientific explanations of evolution
Social Darwinism states
Overproduction means
Inherited variation means
Struggle to survive means
Successful reproduction means
Classification is
To classify organisms taxonomists use a ___ level system
Which of the following is in correct order?
The first part of a species' name is
the second part of a species' name is
On a _______________ characteristics are shared when they are to the ______ of the trait
Scientific names are helpful because
What are the 3 domains?
the science of describing, naming, and classifying organisms is called
A frog and a snake can live on land and breathe air but the snake is the only one that can lay eggs on dry land. Which animal would be on the right of a branching diagram
Which is incorrectly matched?
Which kingdom is prokaryotic?
Which kingdom in Eukarya has no cell wall
which kingdom includes organisms with 1 cell or many cells?
which kingdom has no members that can make their own food
Most animals can move except
Which kingdom can live in extreme environments?
Classification schemes change
Which of the following is correct
The kingdom in the domain Eukarya that can make its own food through photosynthesis is
In what part of a plant is food made?
Why are plant fossils not as common as animal fossils?
Which of the following is not a mineral?
Which is an imprint fossil?
What type of rock is formed from volcanoes?
What are the three layers of Earth?
What properties are used to identify a mineral?
What do you call the color of the powder left behind by a mineral when it's rubbed against a rough white tile?
What type of rock was once melted and then cooled and hardened?
What type of rock has been changed by heat and pressure.
Most air pollution is caused by.
What is the problem with Zebra Mussels?
What allows for increased UV rays to reach the Earth?
What is a major reason that animals in the rain forest become threatened or endangered?
What is biodiversity?
Which of the following is an example of reducing waste.
Air can be polluted by....
What are some ways that air pollution can affect humans?
Which of the following is not a fossil fuel
Why is Mrs. Jess responsible for some of the damage to the Ozone?
What type of rock is formed from material that has settled into layers?
A mineral is...
Which is most important in forming igneous rocks?
Which can scientists infer about a place that has fish fossils?
What is formed when mud or minerals fill a mold?
Which is true of all minerals?
What is one thing scientists learn from fossils?
How are casts different from molds?
Which tells a way most minerals are identified?
What is the hardest mineral on the Mohs scale?
Ikea is an example of a
You should locate your business in the downtown area if
The layout of a service business where people come to the business location
This is the type of store with inviting window displays and creatively displayed merchandise
All businesses need standard items such as furniture, lamps, and office supplies.
How do you determine rent per customer?
A net lease
A quote is
How low you set the reorder point depends on
Indicating on a map all the areas in which you expect that might be appropriate for your business is called...
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Close to surface of the body
Close to the center of the body
Plane also called a coronal plane, is made at right angles to the midline and divides the body into anterior and posterior parts
Plane passes from front to back and divides the body into right and left portions, if the plane passes through the midline, it is a mid-sagittal or medial plane
Plane passes horizontally dividing the body into superior and inferior parts
small sticks of wood or other materials used for starting a fire.
place designated for meeting or assembly.
unheard of; new.
having or showing hatred.
long, shallow container for water or animal feed.
transparent crystal form that distorts light that passes through it.
of a warm sandy color.
theoretical, not practical.
treat or operate with the hands in a skillful manner.
well known because commonly referred to.
partially transparent.
follow a curved course.
party or gathering, especially when held by members of a group.
coaxing; flattering.
accusation of wrongdoing, criminal charge.
anything that appears unexpectedly or in an extraordinary way; ghost.
sad, lonely, hopeless.
not promising or hopeful.
danger, exposure to harm.
strong with cordlike muscles.
A relationship where one species kills and eats another species.
In some areas on the United States, moose are so infested with ticks that they die. The moose/tick relationship is considered
The ultimate source of energy in an ecosystem where a crab that eats small marine organisms is eaten by a seagull is
The first level of all food webs is
In a food web what type of organism will have the MOST biomass?
Cattle grazing in a field is an example of
A relationship where two species are competing for a resource, possibly a limiting factor
What organisms get their energy directly from the sun?
Why is it necessary to have a lot of energy at the bottom of the food web/chain?
A relationship where both organisms benefit from living in close proximity with one another is called
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