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Because the shed was not very _______ it fell down in the storm.
He used the ________ to change the TV channel.
What is an excuse that is not very believable?
Their new apartment was _______ bigger in size.
What is the GCF of 6 and 8?
Liam is planting 30 bean plants and 45 pea plants in his garden. If he puts the same number in a row and if each row has one type, what is the greatest number he can put in one row
Replace x with a number so that 1/3 = x/12
Four out of sixteen students in a classroom have cats as pets. Write the fraction in simplest form.
Write 3 1/2 as an improper fraction.
Write 21/5 as a mixed number.
Meagan has homework in science, social studies, and math. In how many different ways can Meagan do her homework?
What is the fraction 8/12 in simplest form?
What is the LCM of 3 and 12?
Every 2 days Jen takes out the trash. Every 3 days she sweeps the kitchen. How often does she have to do both chores on the same day?
The animals were in a caje. Which word is not spelled correctly?
I ate the fuge. Which word is not spelled correctly?
Peach pi is the best! Which word is not spelled correctly?
The luntch was good! Which word is not spelled correctly?
My mother heard the screech of tirs. Which word is not spelled correctly?
Get that smuge off your face. Which word is not spelled correctly?
What adge are you? Which word is not spelled correctly?
Let's play sum dodge ball. Which word is not spelled correctly?
Is the cage too smal? Which word is not spelled correctly?
The stadge was ready for the play. Which word is not spelled correctly?
Which river is important in the development of Chinese civilization?
How did the Yellow River get its name?
How do archeologists know that there were people living in Anyang before written records?
What makes ancient Chinese civilization different from other ancient civilizations?
A ruling family could also be called a __________.
What is wattle and daub?
The Shang Dynasty was
China's golden age occurred during which dynasty?
The Analects are associated with
Taoism teaches that
What are yin and yang?
Calligraphy is a form of
What did the ancient Chinese use to try to predict the future?
In a landscape painting, you might see
The ancient Chinese often used bronze work during
What is jade?
What color is most jade?
Why were early jade carvings very basic?
For whom was the Terracotta Army made?
From when does the Terracotta Army date?
alquilar
calificar
estudiar
hablar
jugar
la comida
la película
la bicicleta
el autobus
hacer la tarea
I am going to clean
He has to work
We are going to run
You have to do homework
They are going to read
I have to write
They have to eat
Vamos a hablar por teléfono
You have to wait for the bus.
We have to play
Which represents the distribution of water on Earth?
Which would result if annual rainfall amounts were reduced by 50%?
Which would most likely happen if the temperature of Earth’s oceans suddenly increased?
Which is the best reason for monitoring local water availability in the hydrosphere?
Which man-made problems are indicated by decreasing water levels?
Which could cause a well that has always worked perfectly to suddenly stop working?
Where is the majority of Earth’s freshwater located?
Which is an area of land that all drains to one place?
Which is true about most of the freshwater on Earth?
Which best explains why freshwater is in such short supply?
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What is a Witch?
What is Halloween?
What is Witchcraft?
What is a Warlock?
What is a Vampire?
What is a Werewolf?
What is a Hex?
What is a Gargoyle?
What is a Banshee?
a liquid mixture in which particles can be seen and easily seperated by settling or filteration is a
how is a solute different from a solvent in a solution?
How can a scientist tell whether a solution is salt in water or sugar in water?
Weak tea is an example of a
What is one way to increase the solubility of sugar in water?
What happens when you add salt to the water when cooking spaghetti?
Which is a characteristic property of acids?
Any substance that forms hydrogen ions (H+) in water is a(n)
The pH scale measures
How is pH important during digestion?
Normal rainfall is slightly acidic, which means its pH must be
A measure of how well a solute can dissolve in a solvent at a given temperature is that
What do enzymes in the digestive system do?
Acids naturally present in food are safe to eat because they usually are
You can find the pH of a substance by using
What is the common noun in this sentence? Japan gave the United States some trees.
What are the proper nouns in this sentence? The United States received a beautiful gift from the people of Japan.
What are the nouns in this sentence? The father in the story bought an expensive car.
What are the plural nouns in this sentence? Cowhands work on ranches in the American West.
Which of the following is the correct way to rewrite- the tractors of the farmers
Which of the following is the correct way to rewrite- the whiste of the referee
What is the noun that is used as a simple subject? These Native Americans had lived there long before the arrival of the Europeans.
What is the noun that is used as a simple subject? The first colonists were helped by these Native Americans.
What is the noun used as a subject complement? Snoopy is a black-and-white beagle.
What is the noun used as a subject complement? Charlie Brown is the owner of Snoopy.
What is the noun used as a subject complement? Woodstock is a small yellow bird.
Which noun is the direct object? Connecticut claims two famous men from the American Revolution.
Which noun is the direct object? The state honors Nathan Hale as a hero.
What is the direct object? At first Nathan Hale taught school.
What is the noun used as a subject complement? Snoopy is a baseball player too.
Which of the following is the correct definition of weathering?
Which of the following is the definition of erosion?
Erosion can be caused by which of the following?
Is erosion a natural process?
Which of the following is not natural erosion?
Which process comes first?
What process creates new sand in a desert?
Coastal beaches are shrinking because
Which of the following would probably cause the most damage to an abandoned building found in a jungle?
Plants prevent soil erosion by
What is the major cause of weathering and erosion?
What happens when glaciers slowly move down a mountain?
What is sediment?
The process by which small pieces of rocks and soil are carried away to new locations is called
The process of breaking up rocks on Earth's surface is called
When a glacier stops moving, it drops off its
To help stop water erosion on beaches, people build what?
What is something that could help slow down wind erosion?
Sinkholes are created by
Caves are similar to
Which of these is NOT a type of muscle found in the body?
The two loop system describes the:
This part of the heart takes in oxygenated blood from the lungs.
Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide are exchanged in __________.
Muscle tissues ______________ to make a body move
This best describes the digestive tract.
This part of the heart pumps oxygenated blood to the body.
What is artherosclerosis?
When you breath in air this is the initial path.
Respiration is best described as this.
If an event happens immediately, then it is
Joe was in trouble with his parents, they had to _____________him for not doing his homework.
The governor made the decision to _________________a law about driving.
Jill spends way too much money, she needs to change her _____________ways.
A good word to describe a gymnast
The Latin root for god
Latin root for to give
This root is Greek
This root means to take or seize
A blend of various ingredients means you have to ______________them.
The movement of water between the atmosphere and the Earth's surface is called the ____________.
The process of water changing from a liquid to a vapor.
The process of changes from a gas to a liquid.
Elements are matter that has only one type of _______________.
The four types of precipitation are _______________
The movement of water from inside a plant through its pores and into the atmosphere is called _______.
What does a plant release during photosynthesis?
Plants absorb what form of nitrogen?
The moment by moment-conditions in the atmosphere is __________.
The average weather in a particular area is called ____________.
The amount of moisture in the air is known as ________________.
Wind patterns caused by the rotation of Earth is called ____________.
The layer where life is found on Earth.
What is the charge of a proton?
What is the charge of an electron?
What is the mass of a proton?
What is the mass of a neutron?
What is the mass of an electron?
The atomic mass number of an atom is
Nuclear charge is the same as the number of
Isotopes of an element have the same number of protons, but a different number of
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Which technological tool uses a sound echo to measure distance?
Which best explains what happens to nutrients in the ocean as a result of upwelling?
Which best describes the water in an estuary?
Which best explains why estuaries are productive ecosystems?
Which characteristic distinguishes an estuary from other bodies of water?
Which characteristic of an estuary makes it a good nursery area for marine organisms?
How does sonar technology help scientists monitor the hydrosphere?
Which best explains the importance of estuaries?
Which best explains the effects of a hurricane on estuary circulation and salinity?
Which would be the impact on the environment if there were no estuaries?
Which of the following is an abiotic factor of an ecosystem?
What are the parts or processes that can describe an ecosystem?
How are organisms grouped in an ecosystem?
In which category are earthworms, bacteria, and fungi?
According to the food pyramid which level has the greatest amount of energy?
What change would most likely increase the competition for food among a chipmunk population in an ecosystem?
What is carrying capacity of an ecosystem?
What would be limiting factors in an ecosystem?
Which relationship between the two species listed below would be mutually beneficial?
Which organism would most likely be found at the top of a food pyramid?
What is the water cycle?
What are the three main reservoirs of the oxygen cycle?
What removes oxygen from the air?
What is the global carbon budget?
What do you call the predictable changes in the composition or structure of an ecological community?
What is biodiversity an indicator of?
Which of the following is a biotic factor of an ecosystem?
Ecosystems have to have two factors working together in order to function. What are those two factors?
What do decomposers do in an ecosystem?
Ten percent of energy is transferred from one level to the next level on the energy pyramid. What happens to the other 90% of energy?
What happens to population growth in a logistic growth pattern as it reaches carrying capacity?
Organisms are __________________by they get energy.
What will happen to the birth rate as population density and competition increase?
What would a squirrel and a chipmunk be in competition for in a shared ecosystem?
What kind of relationship would a human losing blood to a mosquito represent?
What is the biogeochemical cycle that describes the movement of oxygen within and between its three main reservoirs?
How often does oxygen cycle through the atmosphere?
From which one of these items will water evaporate at a different rate?
Which of the following will not allow the water cycle to occur if it were left out?
What is the difference in the beginning between primary succession and secondary succession?
Which process removes the most available water from the local water supply?
Which type of precipitation most often soaks the ground and refills groundwater?
Why would construction of a dam on a river be a concern to local communities?
The land area that supplies water to a river system is called a
Why don\'t plants normally grow on the bottoms of deep lakes?
For a science project you must build a model of an aquifer. What material would be the best to use for the layer that will hold water?
Which of the following is a process that occurs in the water cycle?
What is the energy source that drives the continuous process shown in the diagram?
Which property determines whether an object floats or sinks?
One process used to obtain fresh water from salt water is
The cell membrane of a red blood cell will allow water, oxygen, carbon dioxide, and glucose to pass through. Since other substances are blocked from coming in, this membrane is
Cells use passive and active transport to move materials across the cell membrane to keep a constant internal environment. What is this process called?
If placed in a hypertonic solution, a plant cell will
Which of these is a function of the cell membrane in all cells?
Active transport performs which function in a cell?
What is the main function of the cell wall?
Which transport process always involves the movement of materials from inside the cell to outside the cell?
A molecule that moves across a cell membrane without using the cell's energy tends to move
Diffusion is the movement of a substance
Molecules that are too large to moved through the cell membrane can be transported into the cell by
Pizza is the best food ever!
Basketball is a boring sport.
The sun is made of gas.
Summer is the most exciting season of them all.
Bicycles have two wheels.
You don't have to be tall to play basketball.
There\'s nothing better than a big breakfast in the morning!
All teachers are mean, bossey, and boring!
Reading is a very boring subject.
Phones help us to communicate with other people over long distances.
What type of fomatting is used in a Microsoft Word 2010 document to emphasize text using bold, underline or italic
For common tasks in Micrsoft Word 2010, What is the use of a combination of keystrokes referred as?
In formatting a document, what controls the variety of fonts, colors, and other visual effects available?
To change a document theme in order to convey a different look and feel, which ribbon must be utilized?
Which Microsoft 2010 command enables an entire set of formatting chices to be applied with one click?
Which area displays a complete list of styles and provides easy access to commands related to styles?
What are the two types of page breaks available in microsoft word 2010?
What Microsoft Word 2010 feature allows users to organize information in horizontal rows and veritcal columns?
Which procedure is used to select an entire table in a Microsoft Word 2010 document?
Which procedure is used to select only a part of a table in Microsoft word 2010?
The moving of people and goods from one place to another is called?
A road you pay to travel on is called a?
The money a driver pays at a turning gate or pike to travel on a road is called?
Deep, water filled ditches are called?
Which railroad hauled boats over mountains?
A boat moved by steam power is called a?
An engine that moves on its own power is called a?
A bright clear liquid that burns easily and gives off light is called?
Bituminous coal burned in large ovens to make a better fuel is called a?
Woven fabrics or cloth are called?
When workers join together to make their working conditions better it is called a?
A school above an elementary school that children have to pay to attend is called?
This allowed children to go to school for free
Who built the first successful steamboat?
This was used to light lanterns or lamps
Who drilled the first oil well in PA?
What was a very helpful change for PA farmers?
What gets paid to the school to help pay for things the school needs?
Who was NOT a famous PA inventor?
What is NOT an important resource found in PA?
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To change from one religion, belief, political party, etc to another.
Respect that is given to someone who is admired.
An event or condition th at produces or leads to the major event.
An event or condition that resulted from the causes.
Agreeing with what is considered morally right or good. (Equal, Good, Honest)
Sally wants to create a mail merge envelope that places the address of each of her customers in the center of the envelope in a predefined format
Where is a Microsoft Word mail merge data source stored for future use?
Sally has a field in her data source called First. Which option should she choose to communicate to Mail Merge that First is the same as First name?
In order to save merged documents in a file or edit the contents of the individual merged letters, which merge option should be selected?
Ivan needs to send a letter to all of his customers. He has combined the letter he wrote with his customer list. What has been created?
What is the name of the pane that displays a step-by-step progression that guides a user through the creation of a mail merge?
What are the field names that are linked to the data source in a mail merge document?
Joan is creating a new mail merge document, and wants to send it to her customers most commonly communicated with by email. Which Word feature would she use?
Joan is creating a new mail merge document, and wants to send it to her most loyal customers. Which Word feature would she use?
Joan is creating a new mail merge envelope to use in sending a letter to her customers. Which Word feature should she use for a predefined format of the mailing address for each of her cutomers?
Ivan needs to send a letter to all of his customers. He wants to add the customer's names and addresses to the letter. What should he insert?
The course of action chosen by the government to solve a problem is called -
The media includes television, radio, newspapers, magazines, and -
'Climate Change Affecting Polar Bear Population , Scientist Warn' This newspaper is influencing public opinion by -
Letters to the editor of a newspaper influence public policy by -
Two hundred people rally in the street to protest a city’s decision to cut bus transportation. Instead of covering that event, the evening news runs a story about the mayor’s plan to build a new park. This is an example of the media -
A politician accepts expensive gifts from a campaign supporter. Two television networks run hour-long exposés about the politician’s bad behavior. The politician returns the gifts and resigns from office. This is an example of the media -
Which of the following is an example of the president using the media to communicate with the public?
The media begins reporting about a disgusting-looking ingredient found in many common foods. Soon everyone is talking about the ingredient. This is an example of the media -
The reporter asked experts from both sides of the issue to be part of his show about climate change. This is an example of the media -
All of the following similes about the media is correct EXCEPT -
The course of action chosen by government officials to solve a problem is called -
The media includes television, radio, newspapers, magazines, and -
When the president gives a televised speech (the speech is one TV), he/she is -
Letters to the editor of a newspaper influence public policy by -
If you will be 17 years old on the day of the election, you can participate in the democratic process by -
Willa Slaboda works for the Milk Council and tries to influence legislators to vote on dairy bills. Mrs. Slaboda is a -
What can a citizen do to get elected officials to respond to his/her wishes about an issue?
'20 Million Dollars Spend by Media Groups on Lobbying' According to this newspaper, in which activity were these media groups most likely involved?
'The propose dam will harm wildlife habitat downstream.' The interest group that made this statement is trying to influence public policy by -
'PETA Backs Candidate with a Big Donation!' According to this newspaper, the interest group was influencing public policy by -
How did European partitioning in SW Asia (Middle East) after the break up of the Ottoman Empire lead to regional conflicts?
What is the relationship between investment in capital (factories, machinery, and technology) and Gross Domestic Product (GDP)?
What is the difference between an ethnic group and a religious group?
Why does international trade require a system of exchanging currency between nations?
SW Asia is currently facing environmental issues. Topics such as chemical fertilizer, garbage, sewage runoff and lack of proper irrigation. Which of the following is NOT an issue facing SW Asia today?
What is human capital?
Why was OPEC created?
Which would be a problem in a command economy?
What led to the end of the Ottoman Empire at the close of WWI?
Why did the United States bomb and invade Afghanistan in 2001?
what is a poem
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Magnus rex habuit terram tribus diebus.
Vir erat in casa.
Terra homines alit bonis fructibus.
Hoc feci amore vestri.
Necatus erat ferro.
Bellae puellae cum nautis navigaverunt.
Dei fortes magna cura et gloria laudabatur.
Equus tractus erat ex urbe.
Una ex puellis ibi laboravit.
Hoc tempore puella bella puerum videbit.
Troiam meis oculis vidi.
Dei laudabantur ab multis viris et feminis.
the image element needs what attribute?
What code do you need in your path to get out of a directory?
Which image file works on web?
Which image file works on web?
Which image file works on web?.
Are the links within the site absolute or relative?
What is the attribute required for accessabilty?
What example is a complete style rule?
The declaration starts and ends with what ?
List the two elements of Property value pairs.
which is an element
which is an attribute
which is an element
which is an attribute
which is an element
which is an attribute
which is an element
which is an attribute
which is an element
which is an attribute
Why do you nest your code?
When a tag is opened it must all ways be?
The code in the head section of a website is for
What words can be capitalized inside the tag/element?
Does xhtml have to include a closing / ?
What does the foundation of a website start with?
Title is a
What comes second in the foundation of a website?
Which of these is not part of the foundation of a website?
What does HTML stand for?
What is a Ghost?
What is a Goblin?
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crat, cras
polities, polis
top
naus, nau
idio
cosm
crit, cris
thalass, thalatt
plut
ideo-, idea-
“Without representation in Parliament, we colonists cannot have a hand in governing ourselves.” The above quote best describes American colonists’ —
The main cause of the French and Indian War was—
What was the effect of the French and Indian War on the colonies?
The colonists were dissatisfied with Great Britain because the ______________restricted the westward movement of settlers.
The Declaration of Independence states that the role of government is to-
"life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" comes from what document?
What happened at the Boston Massacre?
Who was the commander of the Continental Army?
What battle marked the beginning of the American Revolution?
Defense of their own land, support from France, and strong leadership were all what?
auto
-cracy, -crat, -cratic
-poly, -pole, -polistic
dendr, dender
phyll, phyllo
phyt
anth
sperm, spor
zo
hipp
drom
ornith
ichthy
entom
ep
phag
-oidism, -oid, -oidal
holo-
allo-
acro-
gam
morph
thaum, thaumat
techn
mim
crypt
phan, phen
trop
troph
stroph
klin, clin
bas, bat
bal, ball, bol, bl
pseudo
therm
hydr
hygr
bar
phot, phos
pyr
aer
ether
caust, caut
schiz, schis
od
-phoria, -phery, -pher
crat, cras
auto
ep
thaum, thaumat
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0.08
4.125
9.35
8.016
0.055
5.006
1.29
6.48
4.95
Which branch of the national government has the power to pass laws?
Legislative Branch AKA (Congress) has two types of powers ___________ and implied powers.
Elected officials (Congress) write __________ in response to problems or issues.
Legislative powers that are specifically listed in the Constitutions are _____ powers.
Legislative powers that are not specifically listed but are used to carry out expressed powers are ______ powers.
The formal powers of Congress are limited by the ___________.
1.Introducing a bill by a senator or representative 2.Working in committees 3.Debating on the floor 4________ 5.Signing the bill into law by the president: what step is missing?
What is the first step in the law making process?
Who else helps shape legislation?
What is the final step in the law making process?
Which is not a part to a business letter?
How many times will your name appear on a business letter?
Which part to a business letter comes after the body?
What is the name and address you are writing to called?
Which part of a business letter uses a colon?
What do you write in the salutation is you don\'t know an exact name?
What style format is the business letter written in?
Who can you not write a business letter to?
What is one reason you can write a business letter?
How many parts to a business letter are there?
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Which estate paid all the taxes?
Which estate represented the largest number of people in France?
Which of the following is NOT a cause of the French Revolution?
Why did Louis XVI call the Estates-General?
Why did the third estate break away from the Estates-General?
What did the third estate do when they broke away from the Estates-General?
What was the constitution written by the National Assembly which created a constitutional monarchy in France?
In late 1791 the revolution became more radical by which Jacobin leader of the National Convention?
What was the time period during the revolution that people who did not support the revoloution were killed?
What two things inspired/influenced the French Revolution?
Why was Robespierre executed?
Which group took a more conservative approach to the revolution after the Reign of Terror?
What soldier took the title of First Consul of France and brought stability to the country?
You are updating company guidelines regarding professional communication via e-mail. To dispel the impression of shouting or anger, users should:
What does a closed-envelope icon next to an e-mail message header indicate?
What is the purpose of an e-mail autoresponder?
Why can it be advantageous to write e-mail folders to files on your computer's local disk?
What does it mean to configure an e-mail client?
What type of software is common to all smartphones?
Why should you create and use an e-mail signature for work-related e-mail messages?
Microsoft Outlook, IBM Lotus Organizer, Sage ACT! and CorelCENTRAL are all examples
You want to send an e-mail message you received to another user who did not receive the original message. Which is the best way to do this?
Because file attachments may contain malicious code that can be used to damage or infiltrate systems, your company routinely scans all file attachments in incoming e-mail. Where does attachment scanning take place?
Kjell received an e-mail message on which several other individuals were copied. He wants to respond to this message in a way that will include everyone who was copied on the original message. Which steps should he take with this e-mail?
When making muffins, you know that you overdeveloped your gluten if your muffins have what two things wrong with them?
With this method you cut in your fat with the pastry blender
With this method you knead your dough
With this method you make a well with your dry ingredients
With this method you stir your mixture with a fork until just moistened leaving your mixture lumpy
With this method you bake on an ungreased cookie sheet
Why is it important that we remove breads from their pans when they are out of the oven?
What are the two ways that we can tell yeast breads are done?
What is the purpose of the “punching down” step when making yeast bread?
What are the three things that yeast needs to survive?
What happens to yeast if the temperature of the water is too cold?
What happens to yeast if the temperature of the water is too hot?
What ingredient is food for the yeast?
What is (are) the leavening agent(s) in yeast breads?
What ingredient controls the growth of yeast?
If I am using the regular method of mixing, where the water is directly mixed with the yeast, what does the temperature of my water need to be before I stir in my yeast?
If I am using the quick method of mixing, where my water is mixed with the yeast and other dry ingredients, what does the temperature of my water need to be for my yeast?
What is the purpose of kneading my dough?
What happens if my dough ball is too sticky?
What is the purpose of the “proofing” step when making yeast bread?
What are some differences between quick breads and yeast breads?
What is gluten?
What does gluten do for leavening gasses?
Cinnamon rolls are what type of bread:
Pretzels are what type of bread:
Biscuits are what type of bread:
Muffins are what type of bread:
What is the purpose of fat in breads?
What is the purpose of egg in breads?
What is the purpose of flour in breads?
What nutrients do you get from the grains in our breads?
What nutrient do you get from the leavening agents in our breads?
What is the leavening agent in quick breads?
What is the difference between baking soda and baking powder?
What leavening agent needs to have an acid ingredient in order to work?
What are two ingredient examples of an acid?
What is the difference between the structures of the pour batter versus the drop batter?
What is the flour to liquid ratios for dough?
What is the flour to liquid ratios for Drop batter?
What is the flour to liquid ratios for Pour batter?
What is the science of classification?
What is the two name naming system used to classify organisms?
Who is credited as the father of modern classification?.
What makes up a scientific name?
What is not a characteristic of living things?
What type of reproduction involves the offspring being identical to the parent?
Sun, rocks, water, soil
Which would be more closely related.
Which has the fewest members?
Which has the most members?
How are latitude and longitude lines drawn on a globe of Earth?
An airplane takes off from a location at 17°S latitude and flies to a new location 55° due north of its starting point. What latitude has the plane reached?
A stream has a source at an elevation of 1,000 meters. It ends at a lake that has an elevation of 300 meters. If the lake is 200 kilometers away from the source, what is the average gradient of the stream?
What is the the approximate altitude of Polaris as seen by an observer located in Syracuse, New York?
As a ship crosses the Prime Meridian, the altitude of Polaris measured from the ship is 50°. What is the ship's location?
What is the equation for gradient?
How can you find a river on a topographic map?
How do you know the steepest side of a hill by looking at topographic map?
What is an isoline?
What is the shape of Earth?
Hachure marks on a topographic map indicate
Closed circles on a topographic map indicate
Which of the following is NOT a unit used when talking about latitude and longitude?
Which of the following is NOT a type of isoline?
How can you tell what direction rivers flow on topographic maps?
The system of lines used to locate a certain place on Earth are called
At which latitude will Polaris be overhead?
Public praise, honor or fame. (fame, celebrity, greatness)
A group of countries that are controlled by one ruler or one government
Roman Catholic Religion - a branch of Christianity
Something Stolen or taken by force
Having success usually by making a lot of money.
People that have developed societies with cities, advanced farming methods and complex religion.
A plant or plant product that is grown by farmers
A sea route between the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean along the northern coast of America.
People sent to a foreign country to do religious work. They try and convince other people to join a religion.
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Which of the following is an example of a measurement of velocity?
Which statement best describes the difference between speed and velocity?
Which of the following is NOT an example of a velocity measurement?
A migrating eagle flies 7.2 km north over 6 hours. What is the velocity of the eagle?
A dog runs east for 21.25 meters. It takes the dog 8.5 seconds to cover this distance. What is the dog's average velocity?
How long will it take a car driving 10.5m/s eastward to pass a tree located 245 meters ahead?
Which of the following is an example of a measurement of acceleration?
What do Vi and Vf represent?
Which unit is acceleration measured in?
Which of the following sets of measurements can be used to calculate acceleration?
10.9
6.25
0.075
3.56
21.5
7.42
3.875
2.015
0.004
8.425
A fox is traveling at a velocity of 2.7 m/s. 3.5 seconds later it is traveling at a velocity of 4.8 m/s. What is the acceleration of the fox?
Which statement best describes the difference between acceleration and deceleration?
Which of the following has the greatest inertia?
Unlike inertia, momentum
Which best shows Newton's first law?
Momentum is best defined as
A 0.25 kg ball is rolled across the floor with a velocity of 3.5 m/s. What is the ball's momentum?
A car is traveling with a velocity of 35.4 m/s. The mass of the car is 2000 kg. What is the momentum of the car?
A baseball is thrown with a velocity of 40 m/s. What is the baseball's momentum?
A force is best defined as:
What is the name of Newton's first law of motion?
What is friction?
Complete this sentence: Objects at rest tend to
An object stays at rest until what happens to it?
What is the formula for force?
What does Newton's second law of motion describe?
How much force is needed to accelerate a 2000-kg at 5 meters per second per second?
What is the unit of acceleration?
When friction is involved, what can an outside force do to a moving object?
What is acceleration?
All EM waves travel in a vacuum at _______________, which is approximately 671,000,000 mph.
_________ light has the longest wavelength of all the colors.
Which type of EM wave is used in remote controls to change the channels?
In which medium would light travel the slowest?
Which type(s) of EM waves have potentially harmful effects to humans?
What color is this apple reflecting?
Which type of wave on the EM Spectrum is the most destructive, but is used in small doses to treat cancer?
White light is being ______________________ through raindrops to make a rainbow.
The distance from any point on a wave to an identical point on the next
Height from the midpoint (resting position) to the crest or from the midpoint to the trough
Cite means...
Claim means...
Distinguish
Essential
Evidence
Prior knowledge
Source
Speculate means...
Support means ...
Verify means ...
a character who develops and grows during the story
an author TELLS what a character looks like, does, and says, as well as how other characters react to him or her and the reader draws conclusions about the character
a literary character whose personality can be defined by one, maybe two traits
These character types deal mainly with TRAITS
These character types deal mainly with CHANGE
a complex literary character with fully developed and dynamic traits. Thus, this type of character is defined by many traits.
a literary or dramatic character who undergoes little or no inner change
a literary or dramatic character who undergoes an important inner change, as a change in personality or attitude.
when the author TELLS you the personality of the character.
when the author SHOWS things that reveal the personality of the character.
Cite means...
Claim means...
Distinguish means...
Essential means...
Evidence means...
Prior knowledge means...
Source means...
Speculate means...
Support means ...
Verify means ...
when a character in the story tells the story
when the narrator of the story limits his/her ability to penetrate the minds of characters by selecting a single character to act as the center of revelation.
Which of these stories was written in third-person point of view.
Which of these stories was written in limited-third-person point of view.
the perspective from which the story is told
Plague Year was written in what point of view.
The Scarlet Ibis was written in what point of view.
The focal character from limited omniscience goes a step further into subjectivity by addressing the reader directly, without an intermediary, from the “I” perspective.
in this point of view each and every character is referred to by the narrator as "he", "she", "it", or "they"
the narrator limits his or her ability to penetrate the minds of characters by selecting a single character to act as the center of revelation.
a brief story that teaches a moral lesson
introduces the characters, sets the mood, provides background information
a type of figurative language in which a non-human subject is given human characteristics
the feeling created in the reader by a literary work
shows how the situation turns out; ties up loose ends; the conflict is ended
turning point in the story; the point at which the conflict comes to a head; the highest point of interest or suspense in the plot
a comparison between two basically unlike things using “like” or “as”
a reason that explains or partially explains why a character thinks, feels, acts, or behaves in a certain way
an address (speech) to an absent person
clues that hint at events yet to occur
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Headings are
Headings are found within
The font size for headings is set by
Which stands for commerce?
Which stands for education
What stands for organization
What is the tag for an ordered list?
Which one is an example of an attribute?
Strict, transitional, and frameset are examples of what?
Which one is an attribute
What color is #FFFFFF
What does the tag (br/) do?
Which text is the biggest?
What tag is used to start a table?
What are hexadecimal numbers used for in web?
What are the three colors and the order that are used to create the hexadecimal number?
Sister chromatids and chromosomes are formed
The nucleus breaks and nuclear envelope disappears
Chromatids are pulled to opposite poles
Centrioles appear and begin to move to opposite ends
Chromosomes uncoil becoming chromatin
Spindle fibers attach to centromeres
Chromosomes line up on the equatorial plane
Nuclear membrane reforms
Sister chromatids separate and move to opposite poles
Chromatin coils into chromosomes and are double stranded
2n is the symbol for
n is the symbol for
Body cells of a plant contain 40 chromosomes, the ___________ cells contain 20 chromosomes.
When chromatids separate during mitosis, they become ____________
Unregulated/uncontrolled cell growth is called
Mutations in this type of cell will cause an effect on an organism's offspring
During interphase DNA is in the form of __________
In meiosis 1 crossing over occurs between the __________
When two gametes unite during fertilization they form __________
Specialized cells that result from meiosis are _____
Created 2,500 years ago; guided by the 4 Noble Truths; achieve peace by rejecting desires ???
Practiced by 1 billion in India; Brahman; caste system; dharma, karma, and reincarnation ???
In Japan, Buddhism is typically mixed with:
Which of the following religions originated in the Middle East?
Confucianism is more of a philosophy than a religion because:
Which two religions of Southern and Eastern Asia share the beliefs in dharma, karma, and reincarnation?
Both Buddhism and Confucianism:
Which two religions were developed over thousands of years by many different people?
Polytheistic; kami; mainly practiced in Japan
Rejecting desires in order to achieve a peaceful state ???
Craven
Punitive
Urbane
a temporary stay; (v.) to stay for a time
undeveloped but potentially useful
the time when something ends
Redress
to make someone feel very happy
Culinary
Punitive
Matter is defined as anything that
The smallest unit of a substance that behaves like the substance is
The chemical symbol for phosphoric acid is H3PO4. How many atoms are contained in each molecule of phosphoric acid?
A material that can be represented by a chemical formula is
Knowing the chemical properties of a substance will tell you how the substance
Which of the following is NOT an example of a physical property?
Lead has a density of 11.3 g/cm^3 and a mass of 138.5 g. What is its volume?
Which of the following is an example of a physical change?
Which of the following is an example of a chemical change?
Which of the following is NOT a potential sign of a chemical change?
Aluminum, nitrogen, and sulfur are examples of __________________.
Each molecule of aluminum oxide, Al2O3 contains _____________ atoms of aluminum.
Two or more liquids that can dissolve into each other are referred to as ___________________.
A mixture of flour and water is called a ___________________ mixture because the substances do not dissolve.
A substance that cannot be broken down into simpler substances is
A molecule of carbon dioxide (CO2) is made from ______________ combining one carbon atom and two oxygen atoms.
How many oxygen atoms are in one molecule of table sugar (C12H22O11)?
A liquid changes rapidly into a gas at the liquid's
What is the density of a sample of gas with a mass of 45 g and volume of 8500 cm^3?
What is the mass of a solid with a density of 13.8 g/cm^3 and volume of 325 cm^3?
Which of the following is true regarding smartphones and PIM applications?
Employers can monitor their employees' e-mail messages sent to and from the company network because:
Which of the following is a drawback of requiring SMTP authentication?
Mark's coworker sent him a joke via e-mail. Mark forwarded it to several other co-workers that he knows will be amused as well. Later that day, the HR calls Mark to the office to discuss a problem reported to them about the e-mail.What is the problem
Which is the best method for sending a word-processor document to another person via e- mail?
Cheryl wants to send an e-mail message with an attachment, but she does not see a button labeled Attachment on the client interface. What icon is commonly used on e-mail clients to invoke the Attachment option?
Which choice describes the file type(s) that can be attached to an e-mail message?
In a business environment, in which situation would e-mail be more appropriate for communicating than texting?
In e-mail applications, where are incoming messages automatically routed by default?
What is contained in your e-mail application's Outbox folder?
Which choice best describes the purpose of the Bcc e-mail message component?
What is the most appropriate way e-mail can be used in the workplace?
What must an e-mail message include in order for you to send it?
If you have set up Web-based e-mail, you can:
What happens to the e-mail messages you receive while the autoresponder feature is enabled?
Which protocol do e-mail programs use to identify the file types of attached files?
Lisa is configuring an e-mail client to connect to her e-mail account. Which of the following is required to set up the e-mail account?
In order to help with your job tasks, your supervisor has given you a PIM application to install and use. PIM is an acronym for a type of program with which you can:
Why should you make judicious use of file attachments in e-mail messages?
Which action can you perform to filter spam at your client computer?
During the Old Regime, how were the social classes divided?
Who made up the first estate?
Who made up the second estate?
Who made up the third estate?
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a reference to a well-known person, place, event or literary work
the difference between appearance and reality or expectation and result
the central idea or insight into life reveled through a literary work
a struggle within a character
the formation of mental and or figurative images.
often a material object that represents something else, typically immaterial
detailed comparison in that is many lines in length
descriptive word or phrase about a person (character), place, or thing.
A remark intended for only the audience, unheard by other characters is a(n)
A speech in which a character alone on the stage expresses his or her thoughts, oblivious to other characters hearing them is a(n)
Ocean surface water temperature depends on the solar energy an area receives due to which of the following?
As the temperature of surface water increases from 10 C to 30 C, how does the water density change?
Two factors that affect the density of ocean water are
Cold ocean water sinks and moves along the
What causes deep water currents to move?
One characteristic of the Antartic bottom water that makes thermohaline circulation possible is
Which of the following factors does NOT control the movement of surface currents?
Winds and ocean currents move in curved paths because of
Deep ocean currents are caused by
The warm surface current that flows along the east coast of the United States and transfers heat to England is called
The ocean has the most impact on which of the following characteristics of the atmosphere?
The average weather conditions for an area over a long period of time is the
Which of the following will decrease temperature and increase rainfall?
What is the main cause of the movement of surface ocean currents?
What effects do oceans have on climates?
How does most of the heat from the equator transfer to the polar areas?
How heat is transfered within the atmosphere?
How does heat from the ocean water transfer to the air in the atmosphere?
How does heat transfer from the sun to the water in the ocean?
Cold water in the ocean
0.5
3.6
0.8
10.4
0.9
2.11
0.75
29.15
0.48
7.202
Presidential power has _____ since the Constitution was ratified in 1788.
Cabinet departments, agencies, and regulatory groups _________ and _______ the laws.
Which one of the following is NOT a way that executive branch influence policymaking?
Which one of the following is NOT a way that executive branch influence policymaking?
The President exercises power as Chief of State by acting as the-
The President exercises power as Chief of Party by acting as the-
The President exercises power as Chief Legislator by acting as the-
The President exercises power as Chief Diplomat by acting as the-
The President exercises power as Chief Citizen by acting as the-
The President exercises power as Chief Executive by acting as the-
Christopher Columbus was from?
Cortez deafeated the?
Pizarro deafeated the
columbus was
Cortez deafeated the aztecs by
cortez had
cortez and pizarro were from
columbus got help from
columbus sailed on
it took columus
Hablar en forma de yo
Tener en forma de vosotros
proteger en forma de el/ella
Extinguir en forma de el/ella
dar en forma de yo
saber en forma de nosotros
Estar en forma de tu
traducir al español: It's important that he leave.
Investigar en forma de yo
Es raro que un músico ________ (criticar) su música.
can not
do not
did not
I am
is not
it is
he will
she will
she'll
didn't
An energy source that can be replaced within a human life span is?
A renewable resource which we can grow and turn into fuel for cars is?
Which of the following is NOT one of the 3 main energy sources in our country?
What energy source currently provides most of our heating, cooling, and electricity use in our homes?
Electricity using geothermal is produced by
Using moving air to generate electricity involves using a
Which of the following energy sources is considered a nonrenewable resource?
In MOST energy producing plants, what is used to spin the turbines?
Using ground source geothermal energy, you can heat and cool your house because
Carbon neutral means?
What is another word for occasionally?
If a food is appetizing, it ________________.
What is one difference between the United States and Vietnam?
How do Kim and Michelle both feel when they go to a big city?
What does Kim ride in when she goes to the city?
Michelle thinks Kim probably
How was Michelle able to understand Kim's letters?
Where does Michelle live?
Where does Kim live?
How do people in Ho Chi Minh City get around?
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This layer of the atmosphere contains weather
When the barometer falls that indicates
This is the middle layer of the atmosphere
Heat in the atmosphere comes from
the transfer of heat by moving particles of gas or liquid
the transfer of heat by direct touch
Heat moves in a circular pattern because
As the altitude increases the temperature
Rain, sleet, and hail are forms of
This instrument is used to measure air temperature
Heated water molecules move back into the air through the process of
Precipitation that pools in rivers, oceans, and other bodies of water is called
Clouds are formed when water and dust molcules stick together this is called
Water that is evaporated from plants and trees is called
The ozone layer
The air we breath is made of mostly
Personality is....
The two areas that influence our personality are
An introvert is someone who
An extrovert is
Conditioning occurs when we
Modeling helps us because
Self esteem is
Realizing that boys and girls react differently and are treated differently is known as..
Thinking all members of a group share similar characteristics is known as..
Self concept is
Maturity is a state of
This man had a huge impact on the study of personality
The last step to Maslow Hierarchy is
Maslow said that you must reach this stage in order to move on to safety stage
When the bell rings I should
Gandhi was an activists that cared about the equality and freedom of his people. He most likely reached which stage
In order to move on to the social stage you must obtain ___________ in the safety stage.
Most middle school students are at this stage of Maslow's Heirarchy.
Even though someone has reached self actualization they havn't stopped growing because
My parents _____ a huge house.
I have got a dog. ______ name is Lucky
_______ a nice chair over there.
Where is the eraser?
Which one is odd?
Night monkeys have ____ eyes.
Leopard's baby is called _____
The sphere map of the world.
My brother and I _____ like friends.
________ a nice picture in the class.
Ok. ____________ now. I will beat your score.
The organisms in this kingdom are prokaryotic, unicelluar, and canbe a producer, consumer, or decomposer. An example would be E.coli.r
The organisms in this kingdom are eukaryotic, unicellular as well as multicellular and are all decomposers.
The organisms in this kingdom are multicellular, eukaryotic,and are all consumers.
The organisms in this kingdom are multicellular, eukaryotic, and are all producers.
The organisms in this kingom are like a junk drawer, they are producers, consumers,and decomposers. They are primarily unicellular and are eukaryotic..
The organisms found in this kingdom are unicellular, prokaryotic, chemical autotrophs, and are found living in extreme environments.
Methanogens, Halopiles, Thermophiles
Fern, Rosebush, Corn
Amoeba, Paramecium, Euglena
Mold, Yeast, Mildew, Mushroom
Chris ran two blocks to catch his bus this morning. Jessica had been sleeping on the bus, but she woke up when Chris plunked down in the seat across from her. Which of the following best describes the students' respiration?
Usain Bolt is FAST (duh; his name is 'Bolt')! What advice would you give Bolt for immediately AFTER he finishes a race?
Which of the following sentences BEST SUMMARIZES Chapter 9 (Cellular Respiration)?
Feel your skin -- seriously; touch your forearm. Which of the following BEST explains the temperature of your skin?
WHY does Mr Edson refer to Fermentation as 'The Backup Plan?'
What do cheese, bread, yogurt and pickles have in common?
Flip to the comparison chart at the bottom of your written review. Which of the following BEST EXPLAINS who does each process?
Energy is _______________ when one organism ______ another.
When you get in shape, your cells' ___________ get _________ and work ___________.
A hawk eats the robin that ate the worm that ate the leaf. Who got the LEAST amount of energy from the Sun and WHY?
The cells pinch in to make two new cells
Microfilaments create a contractile ring
A cell plate develops between two nuclei
This form cleavage furrow
Forms carbohydrate rich vesicles that line at the center
The separation of the cytoplasm (after mitosis or meiosis)
Important for growth or repair
Forms sex cells (egg and sperm)
Produces diploid cells
Starts with a germ cell
Produces haploid cells
Produces gametes
Occurs in somatic cells (also makes somatic cells)
Produces 4 daughter cells each with a haploid number
prior to cell division, cell has 46 chromosomes, after cell division, each new daughter cell has 46 chromosomes
Fertilization forms a zygote after the process of _______
crossing over occurs during
Process of nuclear division that reduces the chromosome number by half
Part of sexual reproduction and determines the traits of the offspring
Makes new germ cells
Which religion, which originated in the Middle East, is practiced by a majority of people in Pakistan and Indonesia?
Which 2 religions are typically blended together in Japan?
Why are China and India unwilling to reduce their high amounts of air pollution?
What is a religious group?
Why is Confucianism more of a philosophy than a religion?
Japan has a literacy rate of 100%. What does this tell you about Japan?
Which of these is an example of an ethnic group?
Which of these is NOT a major reason for pollution on the Ganges River?
Where do most people in S+E Asia live?
Which major religion is practiced by 1 billion Indians today?
How many headings exsist in html?
What is the largest heading?
What is the smallest heading?
Titles and what heading should contain the same information
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What are the three methods for moving from cell to cell in a table?
The process of rearranging information in alphabetical, numberical or chronological order in a table is called?
Which is the correct procedure for inserting rows into a table?
Which is the correct procedure for changing the width of a table column in Word?
The location on the horizontal ruler where the insertion point moves when the tab key is pressed is the?
The row of dots or other characters that fall between tabbed text is called?
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