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Which method is used to highlight a word?
Selecting text, pressing and holding the mouse button and moving the text to a new location is known as
What is the feature that enables a user to add a statement in a document\'s margin about that section of the document?
Which Microsoft word 2010 feature marks and follows revisions made in a document by other users?
In a document, how are changes highlighted for users to review?
Which ribbon contains the commands to accept or reject document changes?
Which Microsoft Word 2010 feature automatically inserts dates and other regulary used information into a document?
The amount of space between lines of text in a document is known as the:
The amount of space before and after each paragraph in a document is known as:
Where are the commands tht adjust paragraph and line spacing in a doctument located?
To avoid wasting resouces and time, which command reveals the document in a full-page display PRIOR to printing?
Where does Microsoft Word 2010 temporarily store cut or copied information until it is needed?
Which term refers to deleting something from a document and placing it in a Microsoft Word 2010 temporary storage location until it is needed?
Which term refers to making a duplicate of an item in a document and placing it in a Microsoft Word 2010 temporary storage location until it is needed?
Which dialog box in Microsoft Word 2010 is used to quickly locate a specific character, word or phrase in a document?
Which is the process of navigating to a specific location n a document such as a page number, line number, footnote, or comment?
Which is the purpose of adding background color to a selected area of a document in order to bring attention to the information?
Which term refers to changes made in a document that affect the visual appearance of the document?
THe way in which a paragraph lines up horizontally between the margins of a document is called:
Placing this in a document refers to moving the information to the right of its current location.
An easy method for copying a formatting feature from one place in a document and applying it to another is called?
What are the heavy dots added for emphasis before each item in a list called?
When items is a list have a particular order which type of emphasis is used to indicate the order?
Adding emphasis to a list of items in a Mircosoft Word 2010 document is considered what type of formatting?
John Stuart Mill was the oldest SON of fourteen children.
His father was HIS only teacher, because he was home-schooled.
He learned Greek EARLY, before he was eight years old.
“I might not have enough energy FOR practice.”
Irving Berlin, who immigrated to the United States from Russia, became a GREAT composer.
Bold, bloody, AND stylistically daring, Django Unchained is another incendiary masterpiece from Quentin Tarantino.
Security IN Times Square has become an obsession for the New York Police Department in the post-9/11 world.
Two California teenagers accused of giving ONE OF THE GIRL'S parents milkshakes spiked with prescription sleeping pills were arrested.
For nearly a decade, two Canadians SMUGGLED the whale tusks into Maine and shipped them via FedEx to Zarauskas.
In early December, Psy admitted that he sometimes gets tired or sick of going “Gangnam Style” given all the WHIRLWIND appearances he’s made in the US and around the world, although he still really likes it.
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What is a fault?
What is deposition?
Why does a volcano erupt?
What is the term for magma when it comes out of the surface?
What do earthquakes and volcanoes have in common? choose the best answer
How many Justices are there in the Supreme Court?
How long of a term do the Supreme Court Justices serve?
The Supreme Court is part of what branch?
Where does the Supreme Court meet?
What is NOT one of the duties of the Supreme Court?
The Supreme Court usually gets around 8,000 possible cases a year, but they usually only rule on ________ cases.
The Supreme Court uses _____________________ to help them decide what is just and right.
The judges on the Supreme Court are called ______________.
The Constitution gives the President the right to choose the Supreme Court Justices, but the Senate must approve it before they can take their positions
The Supreme Court can overrule a law made by Congress.
What definite article will you use with the Spanish word for pencil?
What definite article will you use with the Spanish word for student's desk?
What definite article will you use with the Spanish word for computer
Does the Spanish verb for to run end in -ar, -er, or -ir?
Does the Spanish verb for to sing end in -ar, -er, or -ir?
Does the Spanish verb for to write end in -ar, -er, or -ir?
Does the Spanish verb for to read end in -ar, -er, or -ir?
Does the Spanish verb for to go (to school) end in -ar, -er, or -ir?
Does the Spanish verb for to study end in -ar, -er, or -ir?
Put this sentence in the correct order: chico / inteligente / un / soy
Put this sentence in the correct order: una / es / trabajadora / chica / Maria
Put this sentence in the correct order: El Señor O / gracioso / es / profesor / un
Describe the following person by what he/she likes to do: Me gusta jugar el fútbol americano. Soy.....
Describe the following person by what he/she likes to do: Me gusta dibujar. Soy.....
Describe the following person by what he/she likes to do: Me gusta cantar. Soy.....
How do you say strong in Spanish?
How do you say small in Spanish?
Which indefinite article will you use with the word libro?
Which indefinite article will you use with the word chica
Which indefinite article will you use with the word profesor?
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4x7
4x3
5x7
8x2
4x5
4x6
6x6
5x11
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5x8
1x10
To grow or come to something.
A long, thin bug that turns into a butterfly or moth.
To make or become different.
To be in a flat position or surface.
A covering that caterpillars make to turn into butterflies.
A small area of water that has land around it.
Would you like a ______ of cake?
My dog's ______ shakes when it's happy.
A long, thin animal that has a soft body with no legs or bones.
A small bed with high sides that a baby sleeps in.
How old something or someone is.
A dark area on your skin that you get when you hurt yourself.
Bloom
The boy said his _____ was 12.
A baby who is just learning to walk
A flat and green part of a plant that grows from a stem or a branch.
The long and thin part of a plant that grows above the ground.
The part of a plant that grows under the ground.
To move with your hands or feet.
Who was the leader of the National African Congress?
What is the name of the group that helped end the apartheid system?
Who was the president that helped end the apartheid system in South Africa?
What is the name of the multi-national movement to unite all Africans?
What is another word for different.
What is another word for dishonest?
What are rights to individual freedoms?
What are people who work to produce goods and services?
To take care of or protect something is called ______.
A group of people with similar language, culture, or religion are called an _______________.
What type of organisms go through photosynthesis?
What organelle does photosynthesis occur in?
What does the sun provide for plants?
The part of the plant where photosynthesis occurs
The tissue that carries water from the root to the leaf is
The chemical that enables photosynthesis to occur is
The chemical formula for glucose
What are reactants?
Tissues carrying glucose to other parts of the plant
The chemical equation for photosynthesis is
What are the products of photosynthesis?
Tiny pores on the bottom of a leaf where gases enter and exit the plant are called
Photosynthesis is the process
The reactants needed for photosynthesis to occur are
The products produced during photosynthesis are
Who wrote the Declaration of Independence?
Ego and poor finances caused him to betray the patriots
Who was chosen to command the Continental Army?
What woman's writings supported independence and ridiculed anyone still loyal to King George III?
What slave acted as a spy for Washington's army?
Whose cartoon Join or Die failed to get the colonists to agree to the Albany Plan?
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Low temperature particles have
What is the freezing point of water on the Fahrenheit scale?
The boiling point of water on the Kelvin scale is
Thermal energy does not depend on
The transfer of thermal energy i
Which is not measured in Joules?
Having a high specific heat means that an object
A change in energy does not depend on
What is 460 degrees Kelvin on the Celsius scale?
You are eating hot soup. Heat will travel from
What describes the condition of air at a particular time and place?
Earth's atmosphere is
What 2 molecules are usually found in groups of 2 atoms?
What percentage of Earth's atmosphere is nitrogen and oxygen?
What is ozone?
What gas is released when fuels are burned?
Other gasses in the atmosphere are called _______ gasses because they are only found in small amounts
What state of matter is water vapor?
Pure air contains
Living things use atmosphere to
Air pressure is
Denser air has a
Air pressure is measured with a
A __________ barometer has____________
Altitude is
Air pressure __________ as altitude ___________
The gas molecules are ______________ at a _______ altitude
You become short of breath at high altitudes because the air is
The greater the air pressure in a mercury barometer, the
Why doesn't air pressure crush a desk?
What are the two reactants of cellular respiration?
What are the three products of cellular respiration?
How many carbons make up glucose?
How many total ATP (roughly) are produced at the end of cellular respiration?
What is the "currency" of biological energy?
Which word means to "break sugars"
The end outcome of glycolysis is
How many ATP's are invested to start glycolysis?
The steps to cellular respiration IN ORDER are
Glycolysis has a NET gain of how many ATP?
As The Inquisitr previously reported, birthday boy Psy is hedging somewhat as to whether he will actually retire “Gangnam Style.”
We can also put it this way Bella's character is so inherently weak in terms of personal power, that when she finally morphs into a stronger being, the clothes don't fit.
The issues affecting sharks' survival include the threat of overfishing, pollution, habitat loss and climate change.
Although the vast majority of high school students in Israel have cell phones the extent of their use has never been examined in depth.
Then, he did something he never does; he paused and looked back.
I saw it just after returning home from the first interfaith vigil for Sandy Hook School students and felt a pit in my stomach grow and bloom.
Instead of becoming the spoiled lazy, uninspired young man of the media's misguided dreams, Justin has emerged as a young man with his head on straight.
Some 95% of the pupils take pictures or make recordings during class for non-study purposes; 94% send e-mails and text messages; 93% listen to music during class.
Age also influences cell phone use, 10th graders use their phones in class most frequently, while 12th graders use them the least.
Jay-Z will be co-writing the original musical score for The Great Gatsby, directed by Baz Luhrmann, who also directed the period films Romeo and Juliet and Moulin Rouge
What is homeostasis?
A group of cells that work together form
A group of tissues working together form
Epithelial tissue
Muscle tissue
Which organ systems regulate body fluid?
How many major organ systems are there?
The digestive system
the organ system that fights infection is
Organ systems working together make up a(n)
The skeletal system is not made up of
4 functions of the skeletal system are
What color bone marrow do kids have?
What bone tissue has open spaces?
cartilage
What kind of joint allows bones to slide sideways?
If someone has osteoporosis their bones become
Arthritis makes bones become
What joint is used to bend a knee?
__________ bone has no open spaces and contains _________
What type of muscle is found in the heart?
Which muscles can be involuntary
__________ muscles allow for self control of muscles
What attaches skeletal muscle to bones?
A _________ muscle _________ your body
The triceps is an example of a(n)
When muscles contract they
An example of aerobic exercise is
An example of resistance exercise is
Tendonitis is
Which of the following is not a layer of the skin?
what does skin do?
The organ system that forms a protective cover is
Hair grows in a
Oil glands
Muscle fiber attached to the hair follicle
Which protein gives hair its color?
Skin cancer forms when there is damage to
Blood clots form on the surface of skin to
Collagen
Which organ system pumps blood to all parts of the body?
When blood enters the heart it flows into the _________ first
Which needs to work harder to pump blood?
What blood vessel carries blood away from the heart?
What blood vessel carries blood to the heart?
Circulation to the lungs and back to the heart is
Blood on the right side of the heart is
High blood pressure is
atherosclerosis is when
What nutrients are carried in blood to take to the capillaries?
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What was the author's purpose for writing this story?
What word describes the rings that a snake can wrap itself into?
What word describes the noisy way the Frogchild and Snakeson played together?
What word describes how Snakeson's skin felt?
What does the word piedmont mean?
Where is the Central Corridor/Piedmont?
The Central Corridor/Piedmont lies on a large, high, level area of land. What is this type of landform called?
The Central Corridor is mostly flat,but has some higher elevated areas including:
What are the Palisades?
Which of the following is not one of the large rivers in the Central Corridor/Piedmont?
Which river is the longest river in NJ's borders?
Which of the following features are found in urban areas
What is a suburb?
Which word means - to travel regularly over a distance, to and from work?
Which historic town in NJ is a suburb of Trenton?
Which famous president was a resident of Princeton?
In which region of NJ do most people live?
Which NJ city was the first planned industrial city in the USA?
Which legendary jazz singer was born in the city of Newark, NJ?
What kind of city did Elizabeth turn into over time?
belief that a person's greatest loyalty is to a shared culture; the love for one's country
the Prussian politics of reality
border conflict in the 19th Century that provoked war between the Austrians and Germans (AKA The Seven Weeks War)
War between the French and Germans over the Ems Telegram
Lead the unification of the Northern Italian States
leader of the Red Shirts; unified Southern Italy and Sicily
crowned king of a unified Italy
Wealthy Spanish-born citizens who held most of the power in Latin America
Spanish who were born in Latin America, couldn't hold political office but could become army officers
Mixed European/Native American descent
mixed European/African descent
Leader of the Slave Revolt against the French in Haiti
led the mestizos in Mexico against the Spanish
led the Mexican Independence Movement in the 1820s
Creole General who led the independence movement in Venezuela and other parts of Latin America
received help from Simon Bolivar to free his homeland of Chile
What was Gran Colombia?
Which word begins with the letter A?
Which letter begins with B?
Which word begins with the letter C?
Which words begins with the letter D?
Which words begin with the letter E?
Which word begins with the letter F?
Which word begins with the letter G?
Which word begins with the letter H?
Which word begins with the letter I?
Which word begins with the letter J?
Why was the colony of Georgia created?
Which southern colony did not allow its colonists to vote, drink or own slaves?
Who started the colony of Georgia?
Which colonies were founded by Britain in order to stop France and Spain from settling the land?
In 1649 Maryland created the toleration act. What did the toleration act say?
Why was the colony of Maryland created?
What was the first southern colony?
Which southern colony had a friendly relationship with the indians that lived there?
Why did most colonists move to Virginia?
What does the word legislature mean?
What was the government in Virginia called?
How did most colonists in Virginia make money?
Who was allowed to vote in Virginia?
Who was allowed to live in Virginia?
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9 x 8
12 x 5
8 x 7
4 x 5 x 6
3 x 5 x 7 x 0 x 1 x 2
3 x 5 x 6
1 x 2 x 3 x 4 x 5
12 x 8
5 x 5 x 5
How many places are on the 'my plate', including the drink?
What are the pieces to the 'my plate'?
What is an allowed beverage for the 'my plate'?
Which of the following is a protein?
Which is a Grain?
Which one of these is not a good source of vitamin C?
What does a Vegetarians 'my plate' consist of?
Which food has the least amount of calories?
What is not fruit?
Why are eating meals fulfilling the myplate guidelines beneficial?
What type of sentence is this: Ervin and Shahid play football every afternoon.
What do you need to make this sentence a compound sentence?: Rashard played football and Bianca went shopping.
What type of sentences is this?: Luis spoke Spanish, and his friend spoke English
What is the helping word for the conjunctions in a compound sentence?
What type of sentence is this?: Pierre went to the store, but Carolyn stayed home.
What type of sentence is this?: When I was little, I ate spinach with my steak.
What type of sentence is this?: Niya likes to go dancing with LyTavia.
Although Pontiac had the better football team, they lost to Catawba Trail. What type of sentence is this?
Our classroom is filled with chairs, desks and students.
Ta'Shawna passed the test because she studied hard and understood the material.
How does acid rain form?
What do we know about the surface of the Earth?
What can cause physical weathering?
What landform is always found on the coast?
What is the Earth undergoing all the time?
What is an example of erosion?
What does deposition do to the Earth's surface?
What can people put along the seashore to help stop erosion?
How are landslides like an avalanche?
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What was the primary economic activity in the South?
What was the primary economic activity in the North?
Why did the South support slavery?
What is an Abolitionist?
How did the Missouri compromise calm things down?
What did the Georgia Platform accomplish?
What necessitated the Compromise of 1850?
Who authored the Kansas-Nebraska Act?
What was the Dred Scott decision?
How did Georgia vote in the election of 1860?
What is NOT a goal of public relations?
Which of the following examples would a public relations firm want to downplay?
The arm of marketing is:
Public relations firms work to:
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Speakers may need the services of
Which of the following statements is false?
What are some reasons that athletes and coaches choose to write books?
How can a athlete promote a book?
The element that can make or break a sports figures relationship with fans is
Public relations firms work to
Why are athletes popular for speaking engagements?
What is a literary agent?
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Athletes become involved in community service by?
why do athletes support charities and foundations?
the news media...
what is a foundation?
what must an athletes consider to make charitable events successful?
what is community service?
which of the following is NOT a reason athletes would support charities and foundations?
which one is an example of a charity
causes for foundations, to help...
which one is an example of a foundation
Which is the most important consideration when establishing career goals?
Which describes what an individual’s SHORT-TERM goals should be?
Into which two categories are goals usually divided?
Which individual goal has existed over an extended period of time?
When working on personal development and career planning, the most important reason for setting goals is because:
An effective goal:
Career decision making can best be described as:
Which of the following is NOT a step for career planning?
Which of the following is LEAST important to consider when setting your personal career goals?
Which is the BEST way to learn what a career is really like?
What FILE command would you use to create a new file with a blank document or file?
Backed up files should be stored ________.
Files are compressed for all of the following reasons except?
A computer hard drive is organized by a series of?
A computer network is organized by a seriers of?
1 KB equates to?
1 MB equates to?
1 GB equates to?
Which of the following resources can be used to answer questions on using software and hardware?
Which of the following is NOT a 2D graphic file format?
Which of the following is NOT an audio file format?
Which of the following is NOT a video file format?
Which of the following is NOT an animation file format?
A file with a TXT extension contains?
If you are looking at the contents of a software CD in windows explorer, the file that runs the software on the CD will have what kind of extension?
USB means?
Which of the following storage media stores the most data?
Which of the following storage media stores the least data?
Shape is?
Texture is?
Asymmetrical balance is?
Emphasis is?
Negative space is filled with objects?
Sans-serif fonts are typically used for titles and headings.
Leading Lines?
Balance is?
Which phase of the ADDIE model should require the most time to complete?
Which of the following procedures are NOT performed during the implement phase of the ADDIE design model?
An alpha test is typically conducted with in-house personnel with the help of the SME to insure technical and instructional functionality and accuracy.
Which of the following communication skills are important to everyone involved in multimedia?
Who's main responsibility is it to tie project media together into a completed project (author) and fix all of the bugs and syntax errors?
Who's main responsibilty is it to make team assignments, set deadlines for the project and make sure deadlines are met?
Which of the following Graphics are made up of pixels or dots?
DPI means?
The skeleton design showing the overall flow of a project with navigation is called __? Sections don't need to be complete but shows how the user navigates through the project.
What is a Linear Mode Presentation
A Memory location in RAM that temporarily stores data is called________________.
Which colors are NOT considered hues?
What are the three standard ways to achieve unity in screen design?
What is negative space?
Scale is defined as?
A serif font is recognized by?
A collection of characters of a single size and family is referred to as a?
Balance that gives a sense of stability is called?
The rule of thirds in photographic composition refers to?
What kind of line suggests movement?
The purpose of lines in screen design is to?
The phase of the ADDIE model that includes such activities as writing the course outline, deciding on color schemes and storyboarding is the __?
Which phase of the ADDIE model are alpha and beta tests conducted?
What is the standard dpi for a graphic that is to be used in an electronic web format?
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In which of the following ways did the liberation of Mexico and Brazil differ?
José de San Martín was a military officer who
Mary Shelley wrote
In early 19th century Europe, the radicals wanted
Nationalism was a force that
One of romanticism's first composers was
Rome became the capital of the Kingdom of Italy after the conquest of
The independence movement in Latin America was spearheaded by
The independence movement in Mexico was led, in part, by
The ruler of the new, unified German empire was given the title of
The uprisings in 1848 resulted in
What was the goal of impressionist artists and composers?
Which country suffered the most lost territory as a result of the unification of Italy?
Which elected ruler of France declared himself emperor?
Which event did Otto von Bismarck use to gain support from Germans in the south?
Which of the following artistic styles would be used to ACCURATELY depict the oppressive working conditions of Latin Americans under Spanish control?
Which of the following descriptions is accurate for Goethe, Chopin, Coleridge, and Constable?
Which of the following ideas is associated with romanticism?
Which of the following is a characteristic of impressionism?
Which of the following is largely identified with the artistic movement known as romanticism?
Which of the following issued the Edict of Emancipation?
Which of the following led to the formation of the Second Reich?
Which of the following men led a revolt of enslaved Africans in Saint Domingue?
Which of the following people would most likely have been a radical in the 1800s?
Which of the following statements would Otto von Bismarck probably NOT agree with?
Which of the following was a factor in the rise of the realism movement?
Which of the following was a reaction against realism?
Which of the following was NOT a major component of romanticism?
Which of the following was NOT strongly influenced by economic problems?
Which of the following was probably NOT influenced by nationalism during the 1800s?
Which of the following was the leader of the Red Shirts?
Which of the following was true about nationalism?
Who originated the political style known as realpolitik?
Who led his forces against the Spanish Army at the Battle of Ayacucho, the last major battle in the Spanish colonies' war for independence?
The ____ system of print measurement is used throughout the printing industry in the United States. Also a principal unit of measure for type and line spacing equal to approx. 1/7
The process of reducing or enlarging an image is called _____________.
_____________ is a means of quantifying an image’s sharpness of clarity.
_____________ the vertical distance separating each line of typeset copy, measured in points from one line to the next.
_____________ is a measurement of the resolution of a computer monitor, a scanner, or an output device.
________________ is a color-measurement device that computes the light stopping or light-absorption ability of an image or a surface material.
The process of fitting text into a specific amount of space is called ____.
__________ is the weight, in pounds, of a ream of paper cut to the basic size for a particular grade of paper.
One way of calculating enlargement or reductions of an image is to use a ____________.
The metric system is a decimal number system in which all units increase or decrease in size by _______.
On a letterform image, a part of a letter that extends above the main part.
________ is a device used to measure paper thickness.
_______ is a measure of the diameter of an individual pixel.
____ is digitizing of images, the frequency with which points are recorded. In Scanning, this is measured as the number of samples taken per inch, horizontally and vertically.
On a letterform image, a part of a letter that extends below the main part.
_____ is a principle unit of measurement of the point system equal to .166”.
How many points are in 2 picas?
how many picas are in an inch?
How many picas are in 4 inches?
The U.S. Customary system uses units such as ____.
In a unitary government system, who has the power?
Which of the following countries is an example of a unitary government system?
In a confederation government system, who has the power?
In which of following countries do people have the most personal freedoms?
Who is the head of government in a parliamentary democracy?
Which country could best be described as a parliamentary democracy?
Why do the individual voters have more power in a democracy than they do in an autocracy or an oligarchy?
Which country has an oligarchic system of government?
Which BEST describes the government of Saudi Arabia?
Who is allowed to vote in Israeli elections?
What is the capital of Argentina?
What is the capital of Colombia?
What is the capital of Peru?
What is the capital Bolivia?
What is the capital of Venezuela?
What is the capital of France?
What is the capital of Italy?
What is the capital of England?
What is the capital of Spain?
What is the capital of the United States?
Define ecology
How many chromosomes are found in a mature diploid cell
The organic molecle that that act as a blue print for protein synthesis
Which of the following is a base found only on the RNA and not on the DNA?
What is the minimum number of amino acids needed to have a complete protein molecule?
What is trisomy 21?
A haploid cell has how chromatids?
The coding of the mRNA by the DNA takes place in the..
The father of genetics
A point of crossing-over on the bivalent pair
What does the frog's mama call him?
What is Frogchild warned to stay away from?
What is the snake called by his mama?
What is snake taught to fear?
Which word means - to feel respect or approval?
Where do Frogchild and Mama Frog live?
Where do Snakeson and Mama Snake live?
What does Mama Frog tell Frogchild about his new friend Snakeson?
What does Mama Snake tell Snakeson about his new friend Frogchild?
Which words means - to hold onto tightly?
What does Snakeson learn from Frogchild?
What does Frogchild learn from Snakeson?
What is one similarity that Frogchild and Snakeson find about each other?
What does the author say frogs and snakes sit around remembering?
What kind of story is this?
What point of view was this story written in?
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What is the main disadvantage to using a bitmap type graphic?
What is the maximum color depth for an 8-bit color bitmap?
How many colors can a 1-bit graphic utilize?
Two key elements in video include?
A PC sound file format that is not compatible with a Macintosh computer is?
Which type of animation consists of multiple frames tied together like a movie clip to produce the illusion of movement?
A GIF animation is considered which type of animation?
Which of the following audio file types is compressed?
Popular web development tools include all of the following except?
CBT means?
What are the educational fair-use limitations on using illustrations and photographs in a multimedia presentation?
Software that is provided free of charge but the owner stipulates a purchase fee for permanent use is called?
What are the educational fair-use limitations on using music, lyrics and music video in a multimedia presentation?
Fair-use guidelines only apply to multimedia projects created for?
Multimedia projects created to make a profit must get permission or pay to use any copyrighted and non-original media.
Multimedia projects created in your school, using school equipment and software can be sold to the highest bidder.
Rendering a 3D graphic is best done...
Textures available in 3D graphics include all of the following except?
All of the following are possible job titles for 3D graphic designers except?
Pieces of software that add additional features to a web browser.
Measured in pixels it refers to the sharpness and clarity of an image or monitor.
A picture presenting a view of objects in all directions (usually a 360 degree view) is called a?
A common web animation format is?
HTML stands for?
All of the following are examples of work-based learning experiences except?
Taking stepped pixels and rendering them as smooth curved lines is known as...
Which type of graphic image will not distort or pixelate when you change its actual size?
What graphic file type uses a lossless compression method and supports transparency?
What is the maximum number of colors that a GIF file can use?
What types of images are better suited saved in GIF format?
Which branch writes the laws?
Who rules whether a law is constitutional or unconstitutional?
Which branch signs bills into laws and enforces them with the military and courts?
Who selects Supreme Court Justices?
If the president dies in office, who becomes preisdent?
If the president and the vice president die in office who becomes the president?
The legislative branch, sometimes called Congress, is made up of what two parts?
How many terms can a President serve?
How long is the Term of a Senator?
President Obama is the leader of which branch of government?
A dichotomous key is
Which classification contains the largest number of organism
Who is credited with the present day classification system
Organisms that are unicellular and have no nucleus are classified as
All arthropods have a hard outer covering called
Which of these are a member of the animal kingdom
Bacillus bacteria looks like
What part of the leaves captures sunlight
Which part of the plant does photosynthesis occur
Which gas is needed to allow plant to undergo photosynthesis
GIF stands for Graphic Interface Form
JPEG means Joint Photographic Experts and is a Lossy type of a graphic
Converting GIFs to JPEG should be done with great care because the results can compromise your image quality
You do not need to know where your image came from. Conversions do not degrade the quality of the image.
Gray-scale images usually do well when they are converted from one format to another.
TIFF stands for Tagged Interface Fine Format.
BMP stands for Bitmap format and is the Windows Standard Image Format.
Targa is TrueVision format and supports 32-bit images.
EPS are Encapsulated PostScript Formats. and are used heavily for printing to postscript output devices.
RIFF stands for Raster Interface Filter Format.
You will never have trouble mixing GIF and JPEG image formats.
Rastor Images are a compilation of pixels or dots. They look as much as possible like the original.
Vector Images are a series of commands or recipes. and can be resized without losing integrity.
An acronym for American Standard Code of Information Interchange is known as ASCII.
CMYK is Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Green --- the four basic colors of process printing (four color printing).
Which allows for a color palette of 256 colors?
Anything repeated in a predictable combination.
Intentional, regular repetition of lines or shapes to achieve a specific repetitious effect or pattern is known as?
What types of fonts are most commonly used for simple text?
The illusion of depth using size and position is known as?
How many colors do JPG files support?
What types of images are better suited saved in GIF format?
What types of images are better suited saved in JPG format?
How many colors do PNG files support?
How many colors are in an 8-bit palette?
How many colors are in a 24-bit palette?
How many colors are in a 48-bit palette?
_____ blends non-web-safe colors into available colors on a computer that doesn't support those colors.
What file format is most common for sending photos over the internet?
Hue is:
Computers store color data using three numbers to internally represent which color?
One disadvantage of a bitmapped image is
One disadvantage of vector-based images is
The
Looking for ways to give the center of interest in your photographs the most visual attention is an example of
Using copyrighted material, without permission, is
Acquiring rights to use copyrighted material may take a long time. Be sure to allow time for this in your schedule.
Fair Use guidelines allow reasonable, legal use of copyrighted material without explicit permission as long as the material is used for teaching, research, criticism, or response.
Teachers may legally violate Fair Use guidelines.
Educators may use their educational multimedia projects created for educational Multimedia Overview - Copyright purposes, for ___ years after its first use.
Regarding portion limitations, with most forms of media, you can generally use up to % under fair use guidelines.
Copyright permission is required regardless of how little or how much of the copyrighted material is used if it is used for non-educational or
When you follow the multimedia fair use guidelines, you do not have to credit sources used and display the copyright notice and copyright ownership information.
Reproduction (part or whole) of copyrighted computer programs, even for educational uses, is a violation of copyright laws.
______graphics consist a series of colored dots put together to form an image.
A palette clash is caused by:
A clip art library which contains vasual images which are easily scaled to any size and proportion is probably made up of:
A bitmapped file contains two sections- first is the pixel data and the second is the color palette. The purpose of the color palette is:
One advantage of reducing a bitmapped image for 24 bits to 8 bits of color is:
__________ graphics consist of a combination of shapes put together to form an image
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a sleeping volcano that can awaken in the future and become active
A dead volcano that can awaken in the future and become active
The resistance of a liquid to flow
heat from Earth's interior
The large hold at the top of the volcano formed when the roof of a volcano's magma chamber collapses
a molten mixture of rock-forming substances, gases, and water from the mantle
a major volcanic belt that formed by the volcanoes that rim the Pacific Ocean
Magma that has reached the surface
The process by which water, ice, wind or gravity moves weathered rock
A principle that states that the same processes that operate today operated in the past
the type of weathering in which rock is physically broken into smaller pieces
The grinding away of rock by rock particles carried by water, ice, wind or gravity
the process that splits rocks when water seeps into cracks, then freezes and expands
A process that breaks down rock and other substances at Earth's surface
the process that breaks down rock through chemical changes
the process in which iron combines with oxygen in the presence or water and produces rust
a material that is full of tiny, connected air spaces that allow water to seep through it
A process that breaks down rock and other substances at Earth's surface
The loose, weathered material on Earth's surface in which plants can grow
the solid layer of rock beneath the soil
The decayed organic matter in soil
The measure of how well soil supports plant growth
soil that is made up of equal parts of clay, sand, and silt
The layer of soil that differs in color and texture from the layers above or below it
the horizon A is made up of this and is a crumbly, dark brown soil that is a mixture of humus, clay, and other minerals
the horizon B is made up of this and consists of clay and other particles
The loose layer of dead plant leaves and stems on the surface of the soil
the organisms that break the remains of dead organisms into smaller pieces and digest them with chemicals
The largest population size that an environment can successfully support
Resources that cause a population to reach its carrying capacity
Dirt is an example of
Factors that are not effected by population density
Growth that does not have carrying capacity
The amount of species in a given area
Which of the following describes a population that is distributed evenly accross an area?
When there is more immigration than emigration the population
Harmful waste that cannot be broken down by natural processes
Fossil fuels, metal, coal are all
The number and variety of species in a specific area
Undesired change in air, water, soil, etc
Waste that can be broken down naturally
Makes up the gases that surround Earth
The Ozone layer is found in the
A plate boundary that slips and slides against one another usually causing earthquakes
the thick mass of tough roots at the surface of the soil that kept soil in place
anything in the environment that humans use
the area of the Great Plains where wind erosion caused soil loss during the 1930s
the management of soil to prevent destruction
where farmers play their fields along the curves of a slope
where farmers disturb the soil and plant cover as little as possible
where farmers plant different crops in the field each year
anything in the environment that humans use
the thick mass of tough roots at the surface of the soil that kept soil in place
the area of the Great Plains where wind erosion caused soil loss during the 1930s
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You burn a candle wick to create CO2 and ash. What are the PRODUCTS of this reaction?
You burn a candle wick to create CO2 and ash. What are the REACTANTS in this reaction?
You burn a candle wick to create CO2 and ash. Which of these statements is true?
Doctors put a testing chemical into a sample of blood, which then turns bright green. Which statement is true?
An engineer dissolves oxygen into a new soda shes's creating. Which of these is true?
In a chemical reaction...
A pharmacist accidentally mixes two liquid medicines together. The beaker they were in grows very hot. This must be...
A chef heats up a soup until it begins to bubble. This is...
Iron heats up faster than plastic.
Chemical properties...
A substance that has a HIGH specific heat
A substance with a LOW specific heat
Volume =15, Mass= 30, Density=....
Which of these is correct?
A solution is SATURATED when...
Acids...
Bases...
Combustion...
Elements with higher REACTIVITY...
Density= 10, Volume= 2, Mass=...
A key characteristic of nationalism is
By 1849, most of Europe was under the control of the
By 1871 there was a shift in power in Europe. Which nations changed?
Camillo di Cavour expanded Piedmont-Sardinia's power and also
During the 19th century, which of the following occurred in Europe?
Each of the following is properly matched with the artistic movement to which he or she contributed EXCEPT
How did music change during the Romantic period?
How were romanticism and nationalism linked?
How were the liberation movements in Spanish South America and Brazil similar?
How were the unifications of Italy and Germany similar?
In early 19th century Europe, the liberals wanted
In Latin America during the early 1800s, which of the following probably belonged to the Creole class?
In the 1860s, the expansion of Prussia was achieved under the leadership of
In the first half of the 1800s, which of the following was most likely to be a political liberal?
In early 19th century Europe, the conservatives wanted
In the first practical process of reproducing photographs for books on what were the photographs printed?
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A raster or bitmap graphics consist of
A vector graphic consists
What is not a characteristic of a bitmapped graphic:
What is not a characteristic of a vector graphic:
The following elements of a photograph can be digitally manipulated except
The best device for digitizing an images from 8" x 10" color glossy photograph is:
The sweet spot on a scanner is:
Paint software packages include all the following except:
A flatbed scanner can scan all of the following except:
One aspect of 3-D graphics that is true is:
The best option for photorealism in an image is
Which of the following would most likely create the best looking bitmaped image?
"Anti-aliasing" will remove
Compared to the final target size of an image, the image should be digitized
Before a digitized image can be manipulated it must be
Software with "photo" in its title is generally
Dithering makes it possible to
Which of the following statements is not true?
Which of the following statements is true?
For on-screen presentation, the resolution should be
Multimedia is a word that describes the different ways you can use media types to present instruction on the screen. Examples of media include:
Multimedia can be used to engage the learner by providing rich and engaging instructional materials.
E-learning is any form of learning facilitated by network technologies (i.e., the Internet) which can create, foster, & facilitate learning and instruction anytime/anywhere.
The concept of E-learning has roots in postal correspondence courses, starting with Sir Isaac Pitman's 1840 shorthand course.
When were computers first used for learning and multimedia?
Put the following in chronological order:
Benefits of e-Learning include:
Most people learn better from hands-on experience and hands-on training.
Multimedia can clarify complex information through the implementation of different elements. Multimedia can:
Development time for e-Learning is significantly less than for conventional classroom training.
What was released as a direct competitor to the NES/Famicom?
Who does the protagonist must rescue in the game series called “The Legend of Zelda”?
What game is well known for its innovation, visuals, and music and was developed and owned by Square Enix?
Which game was designed to replace the unsuccessful Atari 5200, and re-establish Atari\'s market supremacy against Nintendo and Sega?
Which game was the first successful handheld console?
Which game was released in the same year as Nintendo\'s Game Boy, but failed to achieve the critical mass?
What game did Sega dropped support in the early 1977?
What game is the most advanced handheld of its time and could play all TurboGrafx-16\'s games?
What was the fourth generation of video game consoles?
Which platform video game that was developed by Sega?
(1) Can a power up be a game resource? T/F
(2) In monopoly is an property card a resource? T/F
(3) Is an sword a resource in a game? T/F
(4) Is an enemy in tekken a resource? T/F
(5) In Mario is a mushroom a resource? T/F
(6) Is a wall a resource? T/F
(7) Mario is a resource? T/f
(8) A bullet is a resource? T/F
(9) Is a wallpaper for a game a resource? T/F
(10) Is time a resource? T/F
Which is the main energy source essential to the process of photosynthesis
the process of a plant releasing the energy stored from photosynthesis is called
All of the following are a part of of water cycle EXCEPT
Which of the following removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere
A hawk would be classified as a
In the energy pyramid what organism are represented at the bottom of the pyramid
Which of the following is identified as a decomposer
The dichotomous key is a chart that subdivides groups or organisms from
Which organisms are unicellular and have no nucleus
All arthropods have a hard outer covering that is called
What is the complement of orange?
What is the triad with blue?
What is the triad with green?
What is the split complement of violet?
When you want to decrease the chroma of a color, you should add _____________.
What are the primary colors and why are they called primary?
Define Chroma:
Define Shade:
Define Value:
Define Tint:
Define Analogous:
Define secondary colors:
Define tertiary colors:
Which one of the following is NOT an element of visual design?
Which one of the following is NOT an element of visual design?
Which of the following IS an element of visual design?
Which of the following is NOT true?
Which of the following is NOT a principle of visual design?
Which of the following is NOT a principle of visual design?
______ is static, classical, formal; each side of the design is a mirror image of the other on opposites sides of a central axis.
Why do athletes support charities and foundations?
The news media
What is a foundation?
Athletes become invovled in community service by
Is golf a sport that capitalizes on creating tournamnets for charity?
What's an example of a foundation
Why do fans admire Sammy Sosa?
What makes Aikman's End Zone unique?
What must make an athlete consider to make charitable events successful
If you were an advisor to an athlete that messes up a lot, what would you say to him?
Speakers may need the services of?
Which of the following statements is false?
the element that can make or break a sportst figure\\\'s relationship with fans is
who can be in a group that doesn\'t fall under the speaking engagment catorgory?
what is a public relation?
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With a(n) __________, you work with employees and complete hands-on projects.
While in a __________, you will be paid and you will have someone who will guide you.
The combination of text, graphics, motion and sound to convey a message is called __________ .
The department of the U.S. government responsible for the safety and health of the work environment is called __________ .
__________ is the study of physical, environmental, and emotional areas of work.
The __________ is a career reference written and updated by the Department of Labor.
A(n) __________ contains the same information as a traditional one, but should contain 15-20 keywords that will define your skills, education, and experience.
A(n) __________ is a hypermedia document emphasizing your personal strengths as you seek a job
A career is a series of jobs that you move through as you gain knowledge, training, and experience to advance along a path toward greater responsibilities.
From what group did Halloween orginate?
What was Samhain celebrating?
What did people leave on their doorstep to keep roaming spirits away?
Who changed Samhain into All Saints Day?
Where did souling and guising orginate?
During which decade did Halloween take on it's current family friend event of going door to door for candy?
Where were pumpkins natively found?
How many seeds does the average pumpkin have?
On how many continents are pumpkins and gourds grown today?
How many pounds of candy does the average American eat each year?
Mi tatarabuelo _____________ viejo (old).
Tú __________ mi prima favorita.
Yo _________ un estudiante muy bueno.
Las ventanas ___________ grandes (big).
Nosotras ___________ inteligentes
Mi sobrino y yo ___________ creativos.
Vosotros _________ mis hermanos.
Marta _________ mi madre.
Mis abuelos y mis primos __________ muy cómicos (funny).
Constanza y Paulina _________ hermanas.
What is the difference between a population and a community?
What takes into account all water on Earth?
__________ can be broken down into protons, neutrons, and electrons.
When something makes change it is part of a
All of the following are true about developing countries EXCEPT
A nonrenewable resource
Makes up DNA which codes for everything that occurs in the body
Plate boundaries that form mountains
The process through which liquid water turns into water vapor
Plants take in ___________ and release ___________ through photosynthesis.
All of the living things on Earth
Abiotic factors include all of the following EXCEPT
Environmental science encompasses several different fields of study, so it is called __________
Which of the following best describes the use of a renewable resource?
What do the continents sit on?
What is the smallest unit of matter?
A mixture in which all of the ingredients is evenly distributed
An underground reservoir for water is called
Which type of population distribution has no organization at all
A seasonal movement of species
A particle IN the atom's nucleus with a neutral (no) charge
A negatively charged particle found in the 'electron cloud'
Matter that is made of only one kind of atom. It is pure.
When an atom is undergoing 'radioactive decay', it may end up changing it's number of protons and become a whole new substance. This is called.....
The smallest part of matter that you can have. Th building block of all matter.
This is how we identify the atom. The atom's 'social security number'. The number of protons in an atom.
The 'positive' end of an electrode (metal that conducts)
The particle IN the nucleus with a positive charge. It gives the atom its identity.
This is where electrons are found outside the nucleus.
This are made of 2 protons and 2 neutrons
The time it takes for half of a chunk of matter to give of its particles of radioactivity.
'An atom with a haircut'. The atom has changed its number of neutrons but NOT the number of protons.
The total mass of the atom (protons + neutrons). Electrons do NOT count because they are too small!i
Which is most responsible for the uneven heating of the air in the atmosphere?
A pot is heated on a stove. Which process causes the metal handle of the pot to also become hot?
People sitting around a campfire are able to feel the heat from the fire. How are the people able to feel the heat from the fire without touching the fire?
Bill stands in a swimming pool and notices that the water around his feet is a lot cooler than the water near the surface. Which process causes this difference in temperature?
Which best explains why a full glass bottle of water should not be stored in a freezer?
Which is an example of a different substance being formed?
If 10 grams of water are added to 5 grams of salt, how much salt water will be made?
Which statement best describes why baking a cake is an example of a chemical change?
Over time, iron becomes rust when it combines with water and oxygen. Which type of change must occur for rust to form?
Which best describes the change that occurs when heat is added to ice cream?
A jeweler melts gold to make jewelry. As the gold melts, the mass
Which property of sugar remains after sugar is dissolved in water?
In which way are evaporation and condensation similar?
After a rain, a puddle of water remains on a sidewalk. After a day of sunshine, the puddle is gone. Which process is most responsible for the disappearance of the puddle?
What must occur before clouds can form?
What kind of government does Mexico have?
What is the main export of Mexico?
What is the Central Plateau?
True or False? Mexico does not have an earthquake zone
Mexico's government is like North America's government because?
What mountain range extends from Canada through the United States and Mexico?
What kind of economy does Mexico have?
True or False? Mexico has high birth rates (numbers of babies born)
What is a Mestizo?
What is the official language of Mexico?
True or False? Mexico has never had a dictator
Why is Mexico poor?
What kind of economy is common to both Mexico and the United States?
Democracy is a type of what?
Free market and Capitalism are a type of what?
Mexico gained independence from what country?
Why do many Mexicans migrate?
When the first Spanish settlers moved to Mexico, what cultural traits did they bring with them?
Who were the first inhabitants of Mexico?
What is the major religion of Mexico?
A weak spot in the crust where molten material, or magma, comes to the surface
A string of islands formed by the volcanoes along a deep-ocean trench
The pocket beneath a volcano where magma collects
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Which system is responsible for carrying oxygen to the cells of the body and assisting in the removal of waste from the cells of the body?
Synarthrosis, amphiarthrosis and diarthrosis refers to _______________.
What is the name of the movement that allows a person to stand on their toes?
4. Protraction of the scapula brings the medial border of the scapula closer to the spine.
A person who is complaining of feeling cranky and nervous, having frequent headaches, sleeping trouble, shaking or trembling, tingly or numbness in skin and unclear thinking could
What is a scientific benefit of aromatherapy in relation to allopathic medicine?
A client has recently been diagnosed with hyperthyroidism. Which of the following symptoms would you expect to notice about the client?
A regular client has recently complained of pain in the arches of their feet. Which of the following healthcare providers should you refer your client to?
How much time is generally needed of sustained touch to engage the parasympathetic nervous system?
Which of the following anatomy does craniosacral therapy directly affect
Only male property owners could make colonial laws, or ______________________.
Virginia took away the rights of African servants with the ______________.
What caused the price of tobacco to rise and fall?
What does “freedom of the press” mean?
Who were the only people allowed to vote in most of the colonies?
Which port city was known for its religious tolerance?
In Africa, Europeans set up ___________ posts to buy and sell humans.
By 1750, a large population pushed the American ______________ westward.
Which is true of both indentured servants and slaves?
Shipbuilding became an important _______________ in New England.
a large southern farm
the name the colonists gave to the foothills between the Appalachian Mountains and the Atlantic Coastal Plain
a system in which any person can start a business, decide what to make, how much to produce, and what price to charge
the business of buying and selling people for profit
the triangular trade route’s middle leg, which began in Africa and ended in the West Indies
the business of farming
betraying one’s own country by helping the enemy
the boss of the plantation
the story of a person’s own life, written by himself or herself
to send goods to other countries for sale or trade
a trade route ranging from the colonies to Africa to the West Indies to the colonies
a lawmaking body
all the businesses that make up one kind of product or produce one kind of service
rules designed to keep enslaved workers under control
the far edge of a country, where people are just beginning to settle
a colonial military force made up of volunteers
Who established Philadelphia's first fire department, police force, public library, and college?
Who led the Stono Rebellion?
Who was the Quaker that spoke out against slavery in the 1700's?
Who was the first important African American poet?
Your teacher has requested that you collaborate on a writing assignment with other members of your class. What feature of a wiki makes it a better choice than a blog or chat room?
Which would you use to collaborate and communicate online with other students in REAL TIME on a project?
Which is the best tool for hundreds of students to post their comments in response to specific topics?
Match the following to the appropriate description a web site that contains an online personal journal with reflections, comments, and often hyperlinks provided by the writer.
Match the following to the appropriate description A recorded message posted on the Internet
Which is the most effective tool for many students from various locations to post their comments in response to specific topics?
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