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What new technology tool would be most effective for a team of scientists located in different countries to collaborate and study a new disease?
A properly written email address looks like:
You are upset with a classmate because of something they said about you. The BEST way to communicate about your feelings would be:
Your friend created a MySpace account for your teacher without permission. What should you do?
Browning intended to write in many forms & under different names. He eventually achieved this goal, but he held on to his ambition of dazzling the world with his range & variety.
Barrett was a semi-invalid in her father’s London house, where she submitted to his sternly protective care.
Browning’s happy marriage confirmed his belief that only by acting boldly can one wrest what is good from an imperfect world.
In his dramatic poems, Browning also liked to emphasize the error, weakness, and even the viciousness of his characters.
Like Poe, Browning had a taste for morbid psychology.He once accused his wife, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, of lacking a scientific interest in death.
After he returned from France in 1792, Wordsworth was sickened by the war between France & England, and he gradually became deeply disillusioned about his hopes for change.
Shakespeare and Wordsworth quickly became powerful influences on each other’s work.
Wordsworth said that poetry is the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings, but poems of lasting value are produced only by someone has thought long and deeply.
She lived unknown, but because Wordsworth immortalized her in his poems, Lucy became famous throughout 18th-century England as a symbol of the universal experience of love & loss.
By the Victorian era, Wordsworth was the poet laureate 1843, a cartoon image of an old gentleman delighting in daffodils and butterflies while wandering about the Lake District.
Which terrritory was not acquired from a European country?
Louisiana Purchase : ??? :: Florida : ???
Which territory did not originally belong to Mexico?
California is to _________________ as Oregon Territory is to ____________________
Thomas Jefferson is to __________________ as James Monroe is to _____________
Which was not a territory of the United States?
Before the Oregon Territory was owned by only America, it was shared with-
Which territory doubled the size of the United States before the Mexican-American War?
Lewis and Clark explored the Louisiana Purchase from _________ to __________?
Spain and Great Britain signed these when America acquired Florida and the Oregon Territory.
Population growth in the eastern states led many people to-
The opportunity to farm cheap, fertile land in the west refers to-
The overland trails many Americans used were-
What transportation-related technology in the 1800's made moving up and down rivers much faster?
An example of an important migration route for people and supplies is the-
The availability of what natural resource encouraged logging in the western territories?
Oregon Territory is to farming as _______________________________
Which of the following is not an example of Manifest Destiny?
What group of people would most likely want to the leave the South to go west?
Which of the following is an example of migration?
Aqui se vende carne
Aqui se corta el pelo
Aqui se vende helado
Aqui se da dinero
Yo compro naranjas y manzanas en el..
Yo compro zapatos y botas en la...
Se vende libros en la...
Yo miro peliculas como Superman en el..
Yo miro musicales en los ... de Broadway
Yo compro medicina en la...
One of the things the media teaches a culture is.... What answer did we talk about in class?
Another one of the things the media teaches a culture is.... What answers did we talk about in class?
If Telemachus is Odysseus' son, that is an example of an ______________ role. Choose the best answer
What is the one of the main types of roles that is based on your talents?
The result of one role preventing a person from filling other roles. Which word matches?
A pattern of behavior. Which word matches?
Becoming aware of your roles and making the most of them. Which word matches?
What is THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTOR in your role development?
Which of the following is NOT a form of verbal communication?
Which of these is NOT nonverbal communication?
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What is an example of tension?
What is the difference between a fault and a joint?
Most faults in the United States are found in
Secondary, smaller earthquakes that result from a major earthquake are called
An ocean wave caused by an earthquake is called a(n)
Rayleigh waves and Love waves are both examples of
What type of fault do most secular geologists believe could explain how “older” fossils were placed above the “younger” fossils (which would normally be on top)?
What is a series of low-frequency shock waves traveling through the earth.
What type of stress is most significant in causing earthquakes ?
What is a special geologist called who studies the earth’s movements and the structure of its interior?
How many seismic stations are needed to pinpoint an earthquake?
The last waves to reach seismographs are the
Another name for a transform fault
What is the fastest body wave?
What is the energy of an earthquake?
What is the center of earthquake activity?
What is the point on the Earth's surface above the center of earthquake activity?
What is the body wave that doesn't travel through the Earth's core?
What fault occurs when the block above the fault surface dropped in relation to the block under the fault?
What fault occurs when the upper block rises in relation to the lower block?
How many meters are there in 2532 cm?
The measure of the average kinetic energy of the particles of a substance is the ____.
Viscosity is a measure of a fluid's _____.
Which change in state requires that energy be added to the substance?
Matter that has a definite volume and a definite shape is a ____.
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A good example of an entrepreneur is a(n)
Personal characteristics of successful entrepreneurs include
New businesses are often discontinued becuase of
According to the Small Business Administration, a small business is an independent business with fewer than _____ employees.
Small businesses
Business ideas can come from
The obligation to complete specific work is called
Most successful entrepreneurs have a lower tolerance for ambiguity.
most of the money needed to start a new business comes from the entrepreneur and his or her own family.
The American private enterprise system discourages risk-taking and innovation.
Most Americans are employed by a small business.
A large number of small businesses in the US are service businesses.
Many small businesses fail simply because owners do not keep adequate records.
It is not wise to start a new business when demand for the product or service you plan to sell is high, because already established companies will have a clear advantage over you.
The most important step in starting a business is developing confidence.
The first step in developing a business plan is to gather and review info.
A business is owned and operated by only one person.
The operating procedures for a corporation
An automobile factory is this type of business
Guidelines used in making consistent decisions
A grocery store is this type of business
The people who make the major policy and financial decisions for a corporation.
a business owned and controlled by at least two people who have entered into a written agreement.
A written contract granting permission to operate a business.
An internet service provider is this type of business.
Descriptions of the way work is to be done.
Cell Wall
Cell Membrane
Nucleus
Organelles
Ribosomes
Cytoplasm
Mitochondria
Endoplasmic Reticulum
Golgi Apparatus
Vacuoles
Chloroplasts
Lysosomes
Which of the following battles was the longest and bloodiest of World War I?
In this battle, the French defeated the Germans:
In which battle were tanks introduced by the Allies?
Neither side declared victory at the end of the 30 minute battle at sea.
Where did German leaders meet with General Foch to sign an armistice?
What is the significance of the Hall of Mirrors?
What is a temporary halt to fighting?
In the Race to the Sea, both sides wanted to gain control of ports along the:
Which of the following is NOT TRUE of life on the home front for women and children during the war?
What is a country that does not take sides in a war known as?
The line of trenches that ran for nearly 600 miles from Belgium to Switzerland were known as:
Walls made of dirt, sandbags, and barbed wire were called:
A deadlock is when:
Which of the following is NOT another name for WWI?
Which of the following countries was NOT part of the Central Powers?
Which of the following countries was NOT a part of the Allies?
When did World War I end?
President Woodrow Wilson told Congress that he wanted to:
What caused Americans to start supporting the US joining the war effort?
Part of the Schlieffen Plan was for Germany to quickly attack and take:
Remembering what you already know about a topic is called:
Good readers try to guess what will happen next in the story. This is called...
At the end of reading you should...
Visualizing is...
What does connecting to the text mean?
What should you ask questions about when reading?
A connection between a reader and their life is called
When you summarize...
Another name for prior knowledge is
An educated guess is called...
__________ allows you to observe workers engaged in an occupation.
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Which of these is an example of assertiveness? (Scenario -> you need the money back a friend borrowed from you.)
Bad communication could prevent you from getting a job or keeping a job.
Why do we sometimes have (or feel like we have) forced choices in certain situations? Choose the best answer
Sometimes people like Michael Jordan (or other heroes) feel overwhelmed due to unrealistic expectations.
Mrs. Walton knows someone with only one role.
People can MAKE you happy.
What type of love did Romeo have for Juliet?
A brotherly type of love is...
Each year, one in ____ sexually active teens get an STD.
You get an STD from oral sex.
A group of friends
Look into a person\'s eyes
Causing problems for a person
Causing you to become upset or angry
Working or thinking in a correct manner
Best effort at an activity
Killed
Bother or tease a person
Bring a person to justice; cause a person to be reduced in position
Remove or kill
What % of guys who get a girl pregnant will marry them?
The only protection (from pregancy and STDs) that is 100% safe is
According to Covey, one of the biggest mistakes teens make when dating at a young age is... (what did we discuss in class)
Infatuation is focused on the other person’s thoughts and feelings
Why is it important to guard your heart? Pick the BEST answer.
If you reach Maslow’s highest level in the hierarchy you will probably be ___________. Which is the BEST answer
In Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human needs (“the triangle”) the lowest or most basic level is _____.
Conscience is the awareness of right and wrong. It is depicted in cartoons as a __________ and __________.
The inner qualities of a person that mark a person as unique
Your development starts at ____________.
To cause a person to be caught in a difficult or dangerouse situation
Caught in a trap
Becoming more serious
To be dishonest in a clever way
To have a clear understanding on an issue
Do not worry about a problem
Serious
Working or thinking in a correct manner
Causing you to become angry or upset
Look into a person's eyes
According to Erikson, during the first stage of life it is imperative that a parent __________________.
According to Erikson, the stage that you are in is ___________ vs. _________.
A baby can die from a lack of touch.
People are born with character
The ideal time for a woman to start taking prenatal vitamins is BEFORE she gets pregnant.
A person’s most basic motive for doing the right thing is....
Which of the following does NOT add to the RBA?
If you have a negative experience in life it will ALWAYS produce a negative outcome.
A boss is an authority figure who tells his or her workers how to fill their roles as employees.
Role conflict occurs when two people choose the same roles.
The ______________ is a colony of ciliates, spherical in shape and may chlorophyll.
The __________ moves by using cytoplasmic streaming.
The _______________ is the most complex protist. It moves by beating the cilia surrounding its body.
The ____________ moves using a whiplike tail called a flagellum.
A type of asexual reproduction in which a cell or group of cells pinch off from the parent to form a new individual is called ____________.
A type of sexual reproduction in which the offspring have the same number of chromosomes as their parents is called ___________.
forms the outer boundary of the cell: allows certain material in and out
breaks down food and releases energy for the cell
contains chlorophyll that makes food for the plant cell
gel -like material inside the cell- contains water and nutrients for the cell
What is an unusual fear of closed in spaces?
Marlo tried to ______ my fears while on the roller coaster.
What do you call someone you work with?
While on vacation, Tim bought a ____ of the statue.
Her classmates did not like Beth's _________ attitude towards them.
What word means small and unimportant?
A foolish of or pointless act is __________.
When the president arrived there was much ______.
What is to try to talk someone out of doing something dangerous?
What is a small group that is part of a larger one?
_____ you drive more carefully, you will have an accident.
______ they lower the price, I won’t buy that computer.
He’ll get lost ___ someone shows him the way.
___ you practice your English, you can improve it quickly.
_____ you don’t hurry, you’ll be late for school again.
____ there is oxygen, fire cannot burn.
____ you go to bed late, you’ll feel tired in the morning.
My parents will be angry ____ I pass my exams.
You can’t travel abroad ____ you don’t have a passport.
You can’t watch TV ____ you finish your homework.
Who insures individuals funds (money) when they are being held in a banks?
What does the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) do?
What agency insures customers' accounts at credit unions?
How much money does the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) insure one individual for?
What is something you probably won't need to open a bank account.
What is NOT an example of a service fee a bank might charge?
A credit union is...
What is a check register?
The magnetic ink numbers on a check do NOT tell which of the following
A check made out to
Which of the following is the ability to cause change in matter?
The energy of a moving object is called________________energy.
What is another name for stored energy?
How many different way can thermal energy move?
An energy transformation is ________________.
Which of the following are the main types of potential and kinetic energy?
A student who is feeling cold briskly rubs her hands on her bare arms. What energy transformation is the student using to feel warmer?
Which object works by changing chemical energy to mechanical energy?
The discovery that electrical energy can be converted to radiant energy allowed people to have _______________.
A hamburger is what type of energy?
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The systemic system
The aorta
I am the part of the cell that makes protein
I am the bain of the cell
The part of the cell that packages and sorts cell materials
The outer layer of an animal cell that controls what moves in and out of the cell
Part of a plant cell that is the outer layer. Makes the plant rigid
Part of an animal cell that breaks down waste.
The largest organelle in a plant cell that stores water, waste and food
Organelle in a plant that turns sunlight into energy
Organelle that makes energy in plants and animal cells
Organelle that transports materials in the cell
What is the name of all of the parts of a cell?
What is not a characteristic of a Eukaryotic Cell?
What is NOT a characteristic of a Prokaryotic Cel?
make change
Credit card
Debit card
career
scanner
Cashier checker
keypads
Cash register
Card reader
memo
Hernan Cortes is most famous for which deed?
Who was the ruler of the Aztec when Cortes arrived in Mexico?
Which modern country includes land that was part of the Incan empire?
Pizarro conquered the Inca Empire because he
What did Atahualpa hope to keep when he gave away rooms full of silver and gold?
Why was Cortes welcomed to the Aztec civilization at first?
What were What were the Spanish explorer-wWhat were the Spanish explorer-warriors in Latin America called?arriors in Latin America called?the Spanish explorer-warriors in Latin America called?
How did a small band of conquistadors defeat the large and well established empires of the Aztec and Inca?
Where did Europeans in the sixteenth century find a cheap labor source for work in the New World (Americas)?
What was the Columbian Exchange?
What are friends and followers of Jesus called?
What is the sin of the first man and woman called?
How do we begin our life in the Catholic Church?
What is a special sign of God's love and presence?
We must use our gifts to be more like who?
Who may baptize in some cases?
What grows when share our gifts?
Who is the light of the world?
The Sacraments of Initiation are Baptism, Confirmation, and ______.
Jesus came to _______.
Abeni's school friends helped her ______ the Baptism of the new baby.
What is the Sacrament that takes away Original Sin?
Who is an ordained leader of a diocese?
Cornelius and his family were baptized by the _______.
What do scientists call the smallest unit of matter that has its own recognizable identity?
Democritus, an ancient Greek philosopher, predicted that when matter was broken down into smaller and smaller pieces, you would come to a particle that could not be made smaller. What was he describing?
What do scientists call a substance that is made of two or more atoms bonded together?
What is a pure lump of the element gold made of?
Which of the following is the best model of molecules in a gas?
Ancient people thought that matter was made of Earth, Water, WInd, and Fire. What do we now know matter is made of?
How much time did it take to develop an understanding of atomic structure?
Which would you use to determine the mass of an object?
Which of the following would you use to find the volume of a rectangular cube?
A rock is dropped into a graduated cylinder containing 40 mL of water. The new volume is 47 mL. What is the volume of the rock?
Why is it easier to float on the Great Salt Lake than on a fresh water lake? Your body is
Which is the correct formula for density?
If the mass of a cube were 48 g and the volume is 24 cm3, what would its density be?
One example of a physical change is
One example of a chemical change is
All of the following may indicate a chemical change EXCEPT:
Which of the following states of matter has a definite volume and a definite shape?
Which of the following states of matter has a definite volume but no definite shape?
Which state of matter has no definite volume and no definite shape?
What happens to the molecules of a substance as heat is added?
The dots in a dot diagram is used to show _____.
The energy levels of an atom are occupied by _____.
In the compound, H2O, the electrons in the bonds are unequally shared between oxygen and hydrogen, forming ____.
What is the neutral particle that is formed when atoms share electrons?
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Which of the folloing does not affect the temperature at which magma forms?
Which of the following are types of igneous intrusions (plutons)?
What is another term for composite volcano?
Which of the following are types of pyroclastic material (tephra)?
Which of the following are types of volcanoes?
What could cause volcanic activity far from a plate boundary?
Which type of volcano has broad, gently sloping sides?
Which of the following would best describe the eruption of Mt. St. Helens?
An intrusive rock body is called a _____.
When the top of a volcano collapses a ________ forms.
The slower a lava flows the _____ its viscosity.
Which term describes the bowl shape at the top of a volcano?
construction
exchange
incense
monument
prosperous
reign
relief
restore
statue
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If you are going to deposit money into your account you will need...
A blank endorsement is
What kind of endorsement allows you pay a person with a check that was made out to you.
What is it called when a check hasn't been cashed in six months and is no longer good.
What is a cancelled check?
To overdraw on your checking account means to
Checks written but not received by a bank are called...
Bank service fees are
True or False- One of the steps to opening a checking account is completing a signature card
True or False- Your social security number is also used as your bank account number.
Which of following energy transformations take place in a hair dryer?
In a bowl of soup which type of heat is being observed?
The sun is rising which type of heat would be observed?
The Law of Conservation of Energy states that ______________________.
What types of energy are coal, vegetables, and gasoline?
The continuous cycle of hot water rising, cooling, and sinking is know as____________.
______________is the transfer of heat through electromagnetic waves.
Heat moves from ________________ to ______________________matter.
__________________________is the transfer of heat through direct contact.
The energy contained in the nucleus of atoms__________________________ energy.
We feel the sun’s heat due to:
Harold has warmed some serving plates in the oven before serving a nice meal to his family on the. The most likely reason why Harold is warming the serving plates is:
The handle on a metal pot is going to get hot as the pot and the water are heated:
An example of heat transfer by conduction is:
The process where warm air flows from one location to another location that is cooer is called:
I heated my lunch in the microwave but the microwave oven did not get hot! My lunch was able to heat due to:
Conduction is:
Convection is:
Radiation is:
The three types of heat transfer are:
Sam wants to create a presentation to show his classmates on his computer. Sam is using:
Sam is putting a voice over in his presentation for the class. What element of digital media is Sam using?
Sarah needed some resources for a research paper. She typed in a URL in the Web browser. Which form of digital media productions was she using for her research?
Printed books, newspapers, and magazines are examples of what type of media?
An on-line book is an example of what type of media?
George uses printed handouts and a PowerPoint for his presentation. What media type is George using?
An online tutorial with screen shots and text displayed on Web pages is an example of what type of media?
David is learning to use Adobe Photoshop by following directions from a printed textbook to manipulate sample files provided with the textbook. This tutorial is an example of what
A professional blogger most specifically fits into which type of media career?
A person wanting to develop Web sites is interested in what type of media career?
Find the GCF of 21 and 42.
Find the GCF of 16 and 25.
Write the fraction 21/25 in simplest form.
Write the fraction 16/20 in simplest form.
Write the mixed number 6 1/3 as an improper fraction.
Write the mixed number 7 2/5 as an improper fraction.
Write the improper fraction 29/6 as a mixed number.
Twelve out of thirty cars in a parking lot are minivans. Which fraction expresses this in simplest form?
Write the improper fraction 77/11 as a mixed number or whole number.
Find the GCF of 18 and 30?
The deer has sharp "antlers."
My friend "imagined" he was going to Mars.
Mandy speaks many "languages."
We need a "narrator" for the play.
The airplane flew "overhead."
I "poked" a hole into the bag.
I had to "retell" the story.
My shoes were "untied."
He "disobeyed" his mother.
If I don't study my spelling words, I will "misspell" them.
Which single-celled organism has an eyespot?
Which single celled organism moves by cilia?
Which single celled organism moves by flagellum?
Which single-celled organism has pseudopods?
What is a pseudopod?
What is a flagellum?
Which of the following is NOT credited with the Cell Theory?
Which is NOT a basic function of an organism?
Which of the following is part of the cell theory?
What material did Robert Hooke look at and see "cells"?
A person wanting to operate a printing press is interested in a career in which type of media?
Mark is a graphic designer. He works on a team to produce Web sites for a large pharmaceutical company. Mark’s career is in which type of media?
Helena is a stand up comedian. She produces humorous video clips that she incorporates into her routine. Helena’s career is in what type of media?
Phillip designs a logo for a company’s Webpage. In what element of digital media is Phillip working?
Grover has been given a logo to add to a Web site. In what element of digital media is Grover working?
Juan is producing the sound effects for a video. In what element of digital media is Juan working?
Andrew is editing clips in a music video. In what element of digital media is Andrew working?
Sam is creating fly-in text to be used in a music video. In what element of digital media is Sam working?
Fred goes on vacation with his parents but is able to access his school work through the Internet. Fred is using digital media in which area of is life?
Using the Internet to meet new people or make new friends is which kind of digital media trend?
What are the two types of cells?
What is the name of the microscope we use?
What is the purpose of the cell wall?
Which organelles are found in plant cells but NOT in animal cells?
Which organelle forms the outer boundary of the cell and allows only certain materials to move into or out of the cell?
Which organelle breaks down food and releases energy to the cell in the form of ATP?
Which organelle is the gel-like material inside the cell?
Which organelle is the control center of the cell?
Which organelle contains chlorophyll that makes food for the plant?
Which organelle separates the nucleus form the cytoplasm?
In a traditional economy, how are economic decisions made?
Which of the following would be a problem for a country with a traditional economy?
In a command economy, how are economic decisions made?
In a market economy, how are economic decisions made?
Who takes on the financial risk in starting a new business in a market economy?
Why do most economies in the world today operate somewhere in between a market economy and a command economy?
Which of our focus countries has more of a command economy?
Which of our focus countries has more of a market economy than the others?
In what industry do about 50% of China'a population work?
About 60% of India's population do this for a living?
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The author's attitude of his writing.
The time and the place of the story.
3 x 3
3 x 1
3 x 0
3 x 2
3 x 4
3 x 5
3 x 6
3 x 7
3 x 8
3 x 9
3 x 10
3 x 11
3 x 12
In the Athletes circle of Care, the coach is responsible for all of the following except:
In the Athlete Circle of Care, the athletic trainer is responsible for all of the following except:
Which occupation helps people who have been injured regain function to perform tasks of daily living?
All of the following represents the subjective assessment in SOAP except:
An objective assessment in a SOAP note:
An Emergency Action Plan includes all of the following except:
Instruct patient to continue RICE for next 24 hours- this would be included in which part of the SOAP assessment?
Decreased sensation on right medial forearm- this would be included in which part of the SOAP assessment?
Which statement is correct?
Which statement is correct?
Abduction and adduction occur in which plane:
Turning a body part on a single axis
Lateral flexion (side bending left and right) occurs in which plane?
Jane feels compelled to do a few jumping jacks. Which movement is taking place as her hands come together above her head?
Effusion is:
Analgesic:
Cyanosis
The main function of the liver is to
The main function of the gallbladder is to
The function of the pancreas is to
The main function of the small intestines is to
The main function of the large intestines is to
This is the part of the digestive system that is responsible for getting your food from your mouth to your stomach
This is the part of the digestive system uses acid to chemically digest
These help speed up the process of breaking down food
These shoot out enzymes in the mouth to help break down food before it goes to your stomach
Without the small intestines out body would not get
The main function of the diaphragm is to
The main function of the larynx is to
The main function of the alveoli are to
The main function of the trachea is to
This is where air enters
The bronchi is where the trachea
At the alveoli
In cellular respiration, the 2 inputs or reactants are
In cellular respiration, the 2 outputs, or products are
Why does oxygen diffuse into the capillaries at the alveoli
Write 4/5 as a decimal.
Write 1/9 as a decimal.
Write 13/27 as a decimal
Write 9/10 as a decimal.
8/10 O 8/9
-.25 O -1/4
-.625 O -3/4
Write .6666..... as a fraction in simplest form
Write .34 as a fraction in simplest form
Write -3.45 as a fraction in simplest form.
Write .88 as a fraction in simplest form
Write 2.131313..... as a fraction in simplest form
Find the product in simplest form: 3/4 * 8/9
Write the product in simplest form: 14/20 * -50/7
Find the product in simplest form: 2 1/2 * 4 1/3
Evaluate: xyz where x=1/2, y=-3/2, and z=-4/9
Evaluate: (1/4)xz where x=1/2, y=-3/2, and z=-4/9
Write 81/6 as a mixed number in simplest form.
Write -123/30 as a mixed number in simplest form.
What set(s) does -20/5 fall into?
Identify the two main formats of written literature:
The well-liked, main character of the story:
The character(s), thing(s) or force(s) that works against the protagonist.
This type of character stays the same throughout the story.
These characters are not well-developed. They are usually side characters in the story.
These characters change in several ways, think and react on many levels, they are central to the story, its conflicts and its final message. Characters are well-developed or well-rounded.
A character can be both dynamic and round.
A character can be both static and flat.
The difference between what actually happens and what is expected:
This form of external conflict occurs when a character struggles against another character.
The sequence of events that make up a story:
Background information that establishes the setting and describes the situation in which the main character finds themselves:
A crucial moment when the character must act:
This part of the story explores the consequences of the climactic decision. The reader feels the tension in the story begin to ease up.
The central problem of the story is finally solved:
A main idea or an underlying meaning of a literary work that may be stated directly or indirectly:
There are 4 main reasons why author's write:
When an author uses an object or image to stand for a bigger idea:
When the climax or conflict is solved, it is called the:
The difference between what is said and what is meant:
Arteries ...
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The left atrium pumps blood to the
The right ventricle pumps blood to the
blood picks up ___________ from the respiratory system
blood picks up ____________ from the digestive system
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What is the main industry in Japan?
What does North Korea spend most of their national money on?
North Korea is a major producer of what natural resource?
The economy of China can best be described as...?
The economy of India can best be described as ...?
One of the most successful parts of India's economy today is
The economy of Japan can best be described as
Japan's economy could be classified as
The Japanese economy has to make up for the country's lack of ...?
Japanese farmers were able to increase the amount of land they had for farming by doing which of the following?
Arielle is making a taco salad with lettuce, ground beef, tomatoes, and cheese. How many different ways can Arielle layer the ingredients of the taco salad?
Find the LCM of 5 and 7.
Find the LCM of 8 and 12.
Find the LCM of 2, 3, and 12.
Aunt Isabelle walks every day, bikes every two days, and swims every three days. How often does she do all three activities on the same day?
What is the value of 24 / (3 + 5) x 2 +1?
Write ninety-two and thirty-six thousandths in decimal form.
Order the fractions 1/2, 5/6, 2/3, and 3/4 from least to greatest.
The range of student test scores is 39 points. If the low score is 58 points, what is the high score?
Which number is greater than 22.42 but less than 23.21?
Define utter
Define draft
Define rights
Define declaration
Define bombarded
Define retreat
Define debate
Define exposing
Define composition
Define treason
Which of these is a low area?
Which of these words describes a plain?
Which of these is an effect of weathering?
Which of these causes the land to change slowly?
Where do most earthquakes happen?
Which type of landform is a kind of mountain?
How does a flood change the land?
Which of the following does not cause weathering?
What causes a flood?
Which of the following causes sand dunes?
The economy of North Korea can best be described as mostly
Most major economic decisions in North Korea are made by
What is economic specialization?
Why does economic specialization make trade between countries easier?
What is a tariff?
What is an embargo?
What is a quota?
What is human capital?
What is the definition of GDP (gross domestic product)?
If a county does not invest in its human capital, how can it affect the country's GDP?
A local business is videotaping a commercial that will include a jingle and text. What combination of career trends will they use in this television advertisement?
Which of the following is the science of designing a work environment to maximize productivity while minimizing stress and strain on the human body?
How should power cables be managed to help prevent people from tripping?
Which is an example of identity theft?
Karen notices that one of her lighting cables is cut and several wires are showing. With which type of safety issue should she be concerned?
While plugging in his audio board Bob notices that the cord is frayed. With which type of physical safety issue should he be concerned?
To get the video project completed by the deadline Mary knows she will be editing for the next eight to ten hours. With which type of physical safety issue should she be concerned?
Mac has had a truckload of equipment delivered to the school and has to get the equipment to the auditorium. With which type of physical safety issue should he be most concerned?
Sue needs to run cables throughout the auditorium to tape a school concert. With which type of physical safety issue should she be concerned?
Matt is setting up audio and video equipment to tape a school assembly. He has to connect several components from one side of the gym to his switch located on the opposite side. Wi
What are capital goods?
India must invest in capital goods to help overcome which problems?
Which is an example of a natural resource?
Which is an entrepreneur?
Investment in capital goods has helped China do well in which world markets?
What has been the role of entrepreneurship in India?
On the economic continuum, entrepreneurs are more common in nations that fall where?
What happens, in terms of GDP, to countries that invest in capital goods?
What happens, in terms of GDP, to countries that do not invest in human capital?
What is one of the most important ways Japan has invested in human capital?
Of the following, which is MOST important when arriving for a scheduled job interview?
To make a good first impression in an interview, which of the following is important?
Which of the following will give a good impression during an interview?
Which of the following has no place in a written job application?
Which of the following should you do at the conclusion of the interview?
Which is a written document referencing your work experiences?
What is the name for a purposeful collection of your work that highlights your abilities?
Which showcases your work through electronic media using sound, motion and graphics is known as a:
Portfolios are typically created for what purpose?
Which best describes a developmental portfolio?
Which number is divisible by 3?
Which number is divisible by 3 and by 4?
Which number is divisible by 5 and by 8?
Which number is divisible by 6?
Which number is divisible by 3?
Which of the following numbers are divisible by 3?
Which of the following numbers are divisible by 3?
Which of the following are divisible by 3?
Which number is divisible by 5 and 8?
Which number is divisible by 3 and by 8?
What is 710,000 in scientific notation?
What is 950,000,000 in scientific notation?
Write in standard notation: 2.68 x 10^6.
What is 17,000,000 in scientific notation?
Write in standard notation: 1.91 x 10^3
Write 88,400 in scientific notation.
Write 117,000 in scientific notation.
Write 7,730,000 in scientific notation.
Write in standard notation: 1.95 x 10^9
What is 67,000,000 in scientific notation?
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Where was the madrigal most popular?
What is slope?
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How has Hairwoman changed by the end of the novel?
Why does Rachel change her name to Rachelle?
Which of the following does NOT demonstrate the theme of identity in the novel?
Which mascot did the Ecology Club protest?
How is Melinda like Picasso?
Which of the following is not an allusion?
Which sport does Melinda enjoy?
Why is it ironic that the school changed its mascot from the Trojans to the Blue Devils?
What new significance does David’s name take on during the argument with Mr. Neck?
What does the tree in chapter “Pruning” symbolize?
What type of imagery does Halse Anderson use to describe characters in Speak?
What does Melinda place over the mirror in her closet?
What do Melinda’s bleeding, scabby lips symbolize?
Melinda has a flashback to a previous event while completing the apple lab in Biology. What past event does Melinda relive?
Why does Heather visit Melinda after she has said she won’t be her friend anymore?
Rachel believes that Hawthorne did not place symbols in his writing, and so she voices her opinion to Hairwoman. How does Hairwoman react to Rachel’s thoughts on symbolism?
What is the figurative meaning of the chapter “Cutting Out Hearts?”
What does the coming of spring represent for Melinda?
What structural element in the novel represents Melinda’s acceptance of speech?
When does Melinda first share her opinion of Andy Evans?
This is a stately court dance which often served as the first in a set.
This dance was typically performed in a circle and outdoors.
This was a lively Italian dance.
This dance was a German dance in duple time.
Who was the leading composer of instrumental ensemble music in the late Renaissance?
Waht genre were Morley, Weelkes, and Farmer most known for?
This was the most important secular genre of the Renaissance era
This is an expressive device that makes the music directly reflect the meaning of the words.
What is the vernacular?
This is vocal music with no instrumental accompaniment.
The pivot point in a lever system is called a(n)...
The unit used to measure force is called a...
A baseball bat is one type of lever system. What class lever is it?
Which of the pairs of levers belongs to the same class?
What should you always do first with a spring scale?
A single-fixed pulley is useful, because...
A single-movable pulley system can pose a challenge, because...
What happens to the amount of effort required to lift a load on a lever when you move the effort closer to the fulcrum?
Since the load on a nutcracker is found in the middle, it is a class-? lever.
What pulley system does not give an advantage by reducing effort?
If a pulley system had FOUR segments of rope that help lift the load, what is the effort reduced by?
What is the fulcrum?
The mass lifted or the resistance overcome on a lever is called what?
What two things make up work?
What situation would give you a mechanical advantage?
What situation would give you a directional advantage?
Sodium and ______________________ are needed for maintaining the body's water balance.
Which mineral is essential for replenishing red blood cells?
What percentage of the human body is water by weight?
The process of breaking down food into its simplest parts so that it can be absorbed is called
The daily nutrient standards established by the U.S. government are called
Which type of vegetarian consumes vegetarian items plus dairy products and eggs?
What condition occurs when the body does not get enough nutrients?
What is the condition in which the body cannot regulate blood sugar properly?
What is the proper storage temperature range for a storeroom?
Chemicals that kill insects and other plant pests are called
Butter, lard and meat are sources of which type of fat?
Which nutrient is needed to build new cells and repair injured ones?
Macaroni and cheese is an example of which type of protein?
The study of nutrients in food and how they nourish the body is called
Dry beans, rice and oatmeal are considered what type of carbohydrate?
What allows glucose, or blood sugar, to travel throughout the body for energy use?
What is the chemical process that causes unsaturated fats to spoil?
The process that alters the physical properties of fats and makes them stay fresh longer is called
Which nutrient is needed to build new cells and repair injured ones?
Chemical compounds found in food that are needed for regulating metabolic processes are called
What nutrients are lost when meat is cooked too long?
What are proteins made of?
Energy from food is measured in units called
What substances found in food promotes digestive health and regularity?
Baked potatoes, cereal and honey are good sources of
What is the only source of energy for the brain and nervous system?
Which organ produces insulin?
Where in the body is cholesterol made
Sunflower, soybean and fish oils are sources of which type of fat?
Proteins provide the building blocks in the form of
The Central or universal message of a story.
The lines spoken between characters in a play or in a piece of fiction; the main way in which plot, character, and other elements are established.
A playwright's descriptive comments that provide information about the dialogue, setting, and actions during a play.
To reduce large sections of text to their main points that are most important.
The basic sequence of events in a story.
To restate the meaning of something in your own words.
Provides necessary details about characters and setting, introduces the story.
The part of the story that develops the problem/conflict through a series of events that build interest, these events lead to the climax/turning point.
The highest point in the story where the problem/conflict reaches its peak, the turning point of the story.
The events of the story after the climax.
The conclusion of the story, how the problem was solved.
Man vs Man, Man vs Self, Man vs Nature, Man vs Society
How you feel when you read a text. (MM)
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Sports marketing professionals collect ________ data to determine a ___________ that will be used to do things like help create promotions, determine pricing, etc.
The data that is collected, such as age, marital status, gender, educational level, and income, is called ___.
A specific group of people you want to buy your product is called _____.
The number of times per advertisement, game, or show that a product or service is associated with an athlete, team or entertainer is called _____.
A percentage of sales earned by a team each time merchandise bearing their logos is sold is called _____.
What is the primary source of revenue for sports teams and venues?
How does a sports organization know HOW to attract fans to their venue?
Which of the following is NOT a way sports organizations know WHO to attract to their venue?
If lots of people are out of work or their hours have been cut back at work, they have less total income and thus less _____, which is used to buy event tickets.
Which of the following is not a marketing strategy used in sports marketing?
The Atari 2600 was released in 1977
Atari 2600, Magnavox Odyssey 2, and the RCF Studio 2 were the first 8-bit consoles
The NES ended the videogame crash by marketing its very advanced and intuitive games
The Legend of Zelda was the first game on a console in America to have a save feature.
The first video game was made out of old radar equipment and called Tennis for Two
Pong was released in 1972
The Atari 2600 was the first videogame console released
Tetris was released in 1984 and made in the Soviet Union.
In 1989 Nintendo released the Gameboy.
Sega’s Game Gear was beaten by the Gameboy because while the Gameboy was in color, the Game Gear was black and white
-T/F: A probability a branch of mathematics that deals with calculating the likelihood an event will occur and is usually expressed as a number between 1 and 0.
Is randomness a
T/F: Non-Electronically games do not contain probability
Board games use ______ to add a level of randomness to the game.
In most board games, how often are payouts and huge dangers suppose to occur?
Type of probability games contain
How far back does playing dice goes?
T/F: dice were made from bone, metal, or pottery.
T/F: In ancient times, the outcome of a dice throw was considered lucky.
What is the common die?
The Sega Genesis was released in 1988 and was Sega’s first 16-bit console
The Nintendo 64 was Nintendo’s way to compete with the Sega Genesis.
The Sega Dreamcast was the first console to…
The Sony Playstation was…
Sonic was the unofficial mascot of Sega
The Intellivision and Colecovision both had numeric keypads on their controllers
The Gamecube was Nintendo’s fourth console and utilized mini CD technology
Sega has existed since the 50’s and made gambling games
Atari’s last home console was the Atari Jaguar
The Playstation 2 killed…
Opposite numbers on the die always equal….
T/F: X is equal to the value in each cell a table.
T/F: Dice can come in many shapes and sizes besides the typical 9 sided types.
When a game designer decides to include a spinner in a game, the design and layout of the spinner will affect the_______of outcomes.
T/F: Spinners created for small children may use pictures, colors, or symbols instead of numbers.
T/F: Spinners are not preferred to be used in games for young children rather than dice.
Poor spinner construction and the way a player interacts with a spinner can _______ change the outcome.
T/F: The number of choices on the wheel changes the percentage of outcomes.
Technically, when does randomness occur in a card game?
T/F:Players use the rules of probability to calculate the likelihood that a certain event will occur to plan their next move.
What is entertainment?
Which of the below are technological advances that have helped marketing and advertising become a multibillion-dollar industry?
The pricing of time for TV advertisements is tied to the number of viewers, or _____, during the programming
People who like to participate in certain sports also like to do what kinds of things?
Niche travel designs vacations for all of the following EXCEPT
What kinds of things are NOT important to success in niche travel?
What is the governing body of most college and university athletic programs?
Psychographics focuses on what kind of information?
The term for dividing markets into physical locations, such as eastern, northern, southern, and western regions of the US is _______ segmentation.
What term means the value people believe they receive from the products or services?
Which is the main character in a literary work?
Which is a character or force in conflict with the main character?
Which is a difference between what is expected and what actually happens?
Which is a struggle a character has within himself or herself?
Which is a struggle a character has with an outside force?
Which is the pattern of beats or stresses in language?
Which is the repetition of sounds at the ends of words?
Which is a comparison using the word like or as?
Which is a comparison stating one thing is another?
Which is giving a nonhuman subject human characteristics?
A group of individuals within a larger market that share one or more characteristics is called a _____.
A legal right to reproduce a team’s logo in exchange for payment is called a _____.
To maximize profits, cities with college sports teams must have ___.
What do you call someone who does not get paid but plays for enjoyment, challenge or both?
Nike giving uniforms, shoes, and equipment to a college basketball team in exchange for advertising rights is an example of _____.
Which of the following is NOT a reason why changes within collegiate athletic conferences are made?
Marketers have many opportunities in amateur sports because ______.
What is the mission of the athletic licensing and sales office at a university?
What business may NOT directly benefit from being located in a college town?
Market segmentation ______.
Going to church on Wednesday night instead of going to a game with friends is an example of ___.
Sponsorships are ____.
Which of the following statements is false?
Revenue from sponsors of NCAA sports support ___.
Local businesses support amateur athletics because _____.
Stadium vendors charge more for their goods because ____.
Which of the following is NOT a reason why it is important to be a top-ranked team in college football?
Which of the following does NOT cause higher prices for tickets to professional sporting events?
Which of the following is NOT a perk for a franchise owner?
The amount of money spent on big league sports in the United States indicates ____.
Which is the repetition of initial consonant sounds?
Which is the repetition of vowel sounds?
Which is a long narrative poem about the adventures of a hero?
Which is a thing that stands for or represents something else?
Which is a speech given by a character in a story?
Which is the use of words that imitate sounds?
Which is a long speech expressing the thoughts of one character alone on stage?
Which is a suggestion of events that are about to occur?
Which is a central message revealed through a story?
Which is the writer's attitude toward his or her audience and subject?
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Atoms of what atomic number tend to be more radioactive than atoms below it?
Which radioactive decay particle has the same mass and charge as a helium atom?
What is the most powerful and harmful form of radioactive decay?
Which of the following is NOT an acceptable method of testing for radioactivity?
Which term is best described as the period of time that must go by for half of the nuclei in the sample to undergo decay?
Which radioactive isotope is used to detect and cure hyperthyroidism?
Which radioactive isotope is used as a source of radiation to treat cancer?
Which radioactive isotope is used in the dating of biological remains, such as in the field of archaeology?
Which type of reaction releases more energy?
Which type of reaction involves fusing together two small atoms to release tremendous amount of energy?
Which type of reaction involves taking a large nuclei and splitting into smaller ones, destroying a tiny bit of mass and releasing vast amounts of energy?
What is the past tense of learn?
What is the past tense of write?
What is the past tense of swim?
What is the past of talk?
What is the past tense of cry?
What is the past tense of live?
What is the past tense of sing?
What is the past tense of play?
What is the past tense of join?
What is the past tense of plan?
What is the opening tag for an ordered list?
What is the opening tag for an unordered list?
What is the tag for all the individual items in the list?
What is the default setting for an ordered list ?
What can you put inside a list item?
What is the default setting for an unordered list?
Which of the following tags is used in a definition list?
What is the tag for definition terms?
What can list be used for?
Which of the following can be displayed using a definition list?
Meiosis is BEST described as
During meiosis, chromosome pairs randomly line up along each side of the cell equator. This arrangement mixes up the chromosomal combinations, which
What is formed at the end of Meiosis ll?
In which process does cell division produce germ cells (eggs and sperm)?
During meiosis, how many haploid cells (or gametes) are generated when one diploid eukaryotic cell divides?
If two diploid cells (2n) joined together in sexual reproduction, their fusion would produce a tetraploid zygote (4n). How do cells that fuse together in sexual reproduction ensure the production of a diploid zygote instead of a tetraploid zygote?
What is the end product of mitosis?
After a sunburn, the body protects itself by shedding the burned skin and replacing it with new skin. Which process is responsible for this defense?
The cloning of plant cells is dependent upon which process?
Unlike sexual reproduction, asexual reproduction maintains which characteristic of the original cell?
Water and metal are examples of ____
When lightning strikes a lightning rod on top of a tall building, electrical energy flows through a wire and into the _____
The movement of static electricity into an object is a ____
A material through which electricity DOES NOT flow is called an ____
When water and ice particles rub together inside a thunder cloud, the positive and negative charges _______.
___ occurs when charges jump between the negative cloud and the positive ground.
All matter is made up of _____, tiny particles too small to see.
The buildup of electrical charges on a material is called ____.
Similar charges _____ each other.
Some particles inside atoms have positive or negative ____.
Opposite charges _____ each other.
A discharge of static electricity from a huge cloud is called ____
Electricity flows easily through materials known as ____
Lightweight positive ice particles gather at the ____ of the cloud.
During a thunderstorm, stay away from tall objects lightning takes the clearest, ______ path to the ground.
Wood, air, and rubber are examples of _____
_____ gives off heat energy, light energy, sound energy, and electrical energy
An atom has ________ overall charge because the positive and negative particles are equal.
Negative water particles gather at the ____ of the cloud.
Rubbing a balloon with a wool cloth knocks negative charges off the cloth making the balloon have a negative charge and the wool cloth having a ______ charge
Amelia, President of FBLA, is working on her outline for the next meeting agenda. After reviewing the outline she decided that she needs to make the service project section more important than the individual community service activities. Which comman
Terrance, Secretary of FBLA, is reviewing the minutes from the last meeting. He is in outline view and wants to view the main headings and subheadings. Which command would he use?
Aubrey is typing a 10 page research paper for her Business Law Class on the branches of the US government. She decides to change the organization of the paper. Which view would assist in performing this task?
Kash is typing a 20 page research paper for his Entrepreneurship Class on the Forms of Business Ownership. He decides to change the organization of the paper. Which view would assist in performing this task?
Kash is typing a 20 page research paper for his Entrepreneurship Class on the Forms of Business Ownership. He has previously typed numerous research papers. He uses a shortcut of key to insert a preformatted title page. This is an example of a/an:
Aubrey is typing a 10 page research paper for her Business Law Class on the branches of the US government. She opened the file on the legislative branch heading of her paper. This file is an example of:
Kash is typing a 20 page research paper for his Entrepreneurship Class on the Forms of Business Ownership. What is the document called that organizes all of the heading sections, and contains the title page, thesis, introduction and works cited page?
Terrance, Secretary of FBLA, is working on his outline for the next meeting agenda. He decided upon review of his outline he needs to make the individual fundraising activities less important than the fundraising section. Which command would he choos
Terrance, Secretary of FBLA, is reviewing the minutes from the last meeting. He is in outline view and only wants to view the main headings. Which command would he use?
Amelia, President of FBLA, is reviewing the minutes from the last meeting. She is in outline view and only wants to view the main headings. Which command would she use?
Judaism, Christianity, and Islam have all of the following in common except;
What current event convinced Jesus' followers that he was the Messiah?
What was the international movement that called for the establishment of a Jewish national or religious community in the land of Palestine?
What caused the split between the Shia and the Sunni?
Which Middle East country is a Theocratic Republic?
Which of the following is not one of the four methods of desalination?
When the government is ruled by religious leaders it is a;
What is the role of entrepreneurship in a region like SW Asia?
In the SW Asia region, oil is _________________ but water is _______________.
When a company or country only focuses on what they do best, increasing the skill level of employees and improving output.
People who start businesses by using their own finances and ideas, while taking all the risk are called;
In 1973, countries in the Middle East stopped exporting oil to the U.S. in protest against U.S. support of Israel. Such a strategy is an example of ;
Why is it important for nations to have a system to convert from one currency to another?
What is used to fix the quantity of a particular good that foreign producers may bring into a country?
If a country does NOT invest in its human capital, how can it affect the country's gross domestic product?
What happens when the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries decides to reduce production of oil?
A duty imposed on goods when they are moved across a political boundary. (a tax on an imported good)
How does specialization encourage trade between countries in SW Asia?
How are the religions of the Arabs, Persians, and Kurds diverse?
What is the relationship between investment in Human Capital (education and training) and GDP?
Who wrote the L'Homme arme Mass?
Women were allowed and encouraged to sing in church during this era
Who was the greatest master of the motet?
Why is Martin Luther famous?
Martin Luther was excommunicated from the Catholic Church
Who wrote over 100 Masses?
Who wrote the Pope Marcellus Mass?
During this period, many homes had instruments for personal use.
What 2 genres are based on poetry, often about love?
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Sets safety standards for products other than food and drugs
Regulations that control what types of buildings can be built in what areas
Makes it illegal to charge different prices to different groups of non-retail customers or businesses
States that it is illegal for a business to require a customer to purchase one good in order to purchase another
Establishes rights to exclusive publication, production, sale, or distribution of a literary or artistic work
Bans unfair or deceptive actions or practices by businesses
Bans the sale of impure, improperly labeled, falsely guaranteed, and unhealthful foods, drugs, and cosmetics
Makes it illegal for competitors to get together and set prices on the product they sell
Gives an inventor the sole right to produce, use, and sell an invention
States that names, symbols, or special marks that distinguish certain businesses can be used only by the business
Marlo felt ____ after the long, hot 5 mile hike.
What is to walk with short steps swaying from side to side?
The football players _______ together to discuss the next play.
What is a group of animals, people or plants living close together?
What is a synonym for interesting?
The brothers _______ each other.
What is following rules or doing things in a very proper way?
synonym for alone
In January the weather turned_____ and we had a lot of snow.
What is rough and extremely uncomfortable?
What is strong and solid?
The family moved to their new home in a _____ place far away from other people.
His father bought him a new toy to ______ for the broken one.
Rules that are strict and not easily changed are __________
She _________ money in her bank.
Everyone wore ________ clothes to the school dance.
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