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An empty space called a cast is formed when an organism buried in sediments dissolves
A genetic dissorder in which an abnormal form of hemoglobin is produced is hemophilia
Sex-linked genes are genes on
What evidence is most important when using relative dating?
How do scientists determine the actual age of fossils?
Which of these is an example of the benefits of genetic engineering?
What is the role of genes in evolution?
Which form of selective breeding crosses genetically different individuals in an attempt to keep the best traits of both parents?
What theory proposes that species envolve during short periods of rapid change?
What are multiple alleles?
What evidence is most important when using relative dating?
How do scientists determind the actual age of fossils?
What is the role of genes in evolution?
Walter Sutton discovered that the sex cells of grasshoppers havr exactly
Sex-linked genes are genes on
What is a mutation?
When sex cells combine to produce offspring, each sex cell eith contributre
Which term refers to similar structures that relate species have inherited from a common ancestor?
The opposition to the flow of energy is called
A value that rates the quality of insulation is called
Which of the following would have a high thermal resistance?
Which of the following describes insulators?
The average kinetic energy of all molecules in a substance is called
The three factors of area, thickness, and type of material, are used to calculate what?
Which has a low thermal resistance?
When you want to keep an object hotter or colder than its surroundings, you need a
When describing how heat moves at the molecular level, the forces holding molecules together are often compared to
If an object has a high heat flow rate
What does voracious mean?
Which word means part of the essential nature of something?
What does ascendancy mean?
Which word means notoriously bad?
The boy was so _____, I thought nobody could reform him and make him play nice with the other kids.
Jack needed to be hospitalized because of the __________ infection in his hand.
Play is often seen as ___________ and lacking a place in the world of
What does prudent mean?
What does judicious mean?
Which word means lacking worldliness or sophistication?
Knowledge of the past can help us to improve the _________________.
Studying history teaches you how to ________________.
Sources that were there when an event actually happened are called ___________.
Sources that heard or read about an event after it happened are called __________.
A diary recovered from the Titanic is an example of a
A letter from Harry Truman to Josef Stalin is an example of a
Actual TV footage from a debate from 1960 is an example of a
Your History textbook is an example of a
Current magazine article about the Titanic is an example of a
A stone hammer from ancient times is an example of a
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20.0 Outputs of construction technology could includes. 13.0
Bioengineering is the practice of engineering to
14.0 Which technology is useful as a diagnostic tool?
Technological advance in the U.S. farming sector since 1950
16.0 Every energy/power technology
17.0 E-Mail
Which list includes kinds of communication technology?
The reader learns the most about Charlie Gordon through
After the operation, Charlie begins to spend a great deal of time alone because
At the beginning of the story, what is revealed to the reader about Charlie's relationships with people at work?
The operation that Charlie is selected for is to
Based on the content of the story, what is the author's opinion of mentally disabled individuals?
What can the reader infer from the details about Dr. Strauss and Dr. Nemur?
At the end of the story, Charlie says of Miss Kinnian - The thought of leaving her behind made me sad. What does this statement foreshadow?
What is the point of view of Flowers for Algernon
The success of the operation is most evident in
What is Charlie's intelligence compared to?
Miss Kinnian believes Charlie is the best candidate for the operation because
Which sentence best states the doctor's reason for having Charlie compete with Algernon?
What is the first sign of Charlie's intelligence changing after the surgery?
Charlie leaves New York because
The FIRST inkblot tests that the doctors ask Charlie to complete prove to be
When Charlie becomes a genius, his most important discovery is
Charlie is referred for the operation by
The entries that deal with grammar demonstrate how far Charlie has come in gaining intelligence. Which fact best proves how far Charlie has progressed?
At the end of the story, what is revealed to the reader about Charlie's relationships with people at work?
How does Charlie's personality change after surgery?
18.0 Which statement is not true about technology used in aviation?
19.0 Which phrase best describes the output of manufacturing technology? raw materials
Which of the following is not allowed when using tools / machines?.
Hand tools should be placed in:
21.0 Before leaving a machine safety zone….
23.0 Identify the career cluster in which you would find an Electrician.
18.0 Which statement is not true about technology used in aviation?
10.0 Amy and Jane are designing an entertainment center they want to build in the classroom. Amy suggests they use drawers for DVD storage. Jane suggests they use shelves for DVD storage. What statement best describes how to handle their dilema?
9.0 Researchers recently discovered a gene in humans that previously was unknown to science. Which statement best explains why the gene probably was not discovered much sooner?
6.o What you post online can potentially be seen by
All living things have ___ or more cells.
The first person to describe cells was...
What is an example of a large cell?
Which process needs sunlight?
Most organisms that you see with the naked eye are which type?
What does a cell wall provide?
What is osmosis?
What is diffusion?
What is a waste product of photosynthesis?
What is a waste product of cellular respiration?
What does the cell membrane do?
Where is DNA located?
What does the mitochondria provide for the cell?
Which organelle stores food, water and waste for the cell?
In which cells are vacuole larger?
Why are chloroplasts green?
What is the end product of mitosis?
Which is a characteristic of living things?
Cell walls and cell membranes are found in which cells?
Which organelle produces ribosomes?
Who was the first person to see bacteria?
Which is NOT a type of archaebacteria?
Where can eubacteria live?
What is the main source of energy for living things?
What do white blood cells attack?
What does homeostasis mean?
Genes are made of...
How many pairs of chromosomes do humans have?
Plants need ___ to perform photosynthesis.
Diffusion occurs faster in _____ water.
What is the a human body's fastest growing organ?
How much water makes up animal body mass?
Which organelle attaches to ER to make it rough?
What would happen to an egg placed in maple syrup?
How is popping corn an example of diffusion?
Which organelle is the control center for the cell?
Which organelle is responsible for cellular respiration?
Which organelle is responsible for photosynthesis?
Why are red blood cells red?
What happened to the mass of the egg in 100% distilled water?
Miss Kinnian believes Charlie is the best candidate for the operation because
What is the first sign of Charlie's intelligence changing after the surgery?
The FIRST inkblot tests that the doctors ask Charlie to complete prove to be
The entries that deal with grammar demonstrate how far Charlie has come in gaining intelligence. Which fact best proves how far Charlie has progressed?
Charlie is referred for the operation by
The reader learns the most about Charlie Gordon through
What can the reader infer from the details about Dr. Strauss and Dr. Nemur?
Charlie leaves New York because
At the end of the story, Charlie says of Miss Kinnian, The thought of leaving her behind made me sad. What does this statement foreshadow?
After the operation, Charlie begins to spend a great deal of time alone because
When Dr. Strauss and Dr. Nemur argue about Charlie, Charlie...
Which sentence best states the doctor's reason for having Charlie compete with Algernon?
The operation that Charlie is selected for it to
When Charlie becomes a genius, his most important discovery is
Based on the content of the story, what is the author's opinion of mentally disabled individuals?
What is the point of view of Flowers for Algernon?
What is Charlie's intelligence compared to?
At the beginning of the story, what is revealed to the reader about Charlie's relationships with people at work?
The success of the operation is MOST evident in
How does Charlie's personality change after surgery?
What type of tissue is found on the surface of the mucus membrane lining the urinary bladder and ureters? This type of tissue allows for stretching as the bladder fills with urine.
Transports nutrients, wastes, respiratory gases, and hormones; is not a typical connective tissue
What is the purpose of Adipose Tissue (Fat)?
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A person’s way of seeing things is called their ______________________.
If we look at just the facts and do not bring in emotion or prejudice, we are _________.
We call the things that affect the way people see things their _______________.
Which of the 4 Theories of History explains: Alexander the Great ruled for 13 years
Which of the 4 Theories of History explains: Greece was isolated because it was rocky, had many mountains and was surrounded by water.
Which of the 4 Theories of History explains: The Roman Catholic Church decided to send soldiers on a crusade.
Which of the 4 Theories of History explains: During the Great Depression many people lost their jobs and ran out of money.
Which cultural necessity explains this: Davey goes to Church every week and prays for his dog Golliath to come home.
Which cultural necessity explains this: Mike likes to sing and dance so he joins the school play.
Which cultural necessity explains this: My wife gets on the train everyday to go to work for Pepsi.
Which cultural necessity explains this: The U.S. provides everyone with a free education for 12 years.
Which cultural necessity explains this: Martin joins the boy scouts.
Which cultural necessity explains this: The police pull over a drunk driver.
The time before people could write is called ______________.
The first civilizations always started near a _________________.
Which Charateristic of civilization is being described? Traders, government officials, and tool makers are examples of this.
Which Charateristic of civilization is being described? This helped laws develop and let people keep track of taxes.
Which Charateristic of civilization is being described? These places let people trade with each other.
Which Charateristic of civilization is being described? Examples of these are government, religion and the economy.
Which Charateristic of civilization is being described? This made people's lives easier. Examples include irrigation, the potter’s wheel and bronze weapons.
Which purpose of religion matches this situation? You live by the 10 Commandments because God is in charge.
Which purpose of religion matches this situation? You are failing World History class and you pray for a miracle to help you pass the class. This makes you feel better
Which purpose of religion matches this situation? A friend’s grandmother has just died. The priest explains that death is just part of the circle of life.
Which purpose of religion matches this situation? Confucius and Jesus said to treat people the way you want to be treated.
Belief in one god is called _________________.
Belief in more than one god is called ___________________.
Judaism, Christianity and Islam are all ________________ religions.
Which religion’s holy book is called the Koran (Qu’ran)?
Which religion’s founder was crucified by the Romans?
Which religion requires its followers to make a pilgrimage to Mecca?
Which of these religions came first?
Which religion believes that Jesus is the son of God?
Which religion’s holy book is called the Torah?
Which religion worships in a synagogue?
Which religion’s holy book is the Bible?
What is the name of the supreme god in Hinduism?
What are the holy books of Hinduism called?
The idea that after death a soul is reborn is called _______________.
Hindus believe that the soul is reborn after death.
The good and bad deeds that a person carries from one life to the next is called ______.
Hindus believe that _______________ are especially sacred.
The social classes that Hindus belong to and can not get out of are called _________.
If a person is a strict Hindu, are they allowed to marry someone from a different caste?
Which religion was started by a prince named Siddhartha Gautama?
Which religion wants to keep everything very simple and natural?
Which religion follows the “Silver Rule”?
Which religion says that the cause of suffering is worldly desire?
Which religion believes that natural things have a force or power?
Which religion stressed that everything must be in perfect order?
Which religion said that people should focus on life on earth and not worry about heaven?
A government with ONE RULER who gets to rule because of heredity is a__________.
When a small group of citizens rules and tries to do what is good for the large group, we call this an _______________.
When a small group of citizens rules but only tries to help themselves, this is called an ___________.
When one person gets the power illegally and does cruel things to hold onto the power, it is called a _______________.
A government lead by the people by majority rule (people vote) it is a ____________.
Who won the Persian wars?
Greece is a Peninsula.
Greece has many mountains.
Greece has a lot of good farm land.
Greece became a democracy because rich and poor Greeks fought side by side and protected each other.
Greece became a democracy because rich and poor Greeks fought side by side and protected each other.
An idiot was a person who participated in government.
Which of the following is false?
Which of the following is false?
Greek city states united together to fight against an enemy in the Persian Wars.
Who did Athens fight in the Peloponnesian wars?
Who spread the Greek civilization all over the world?
What does Pericles do in his funeral oration?
Which of the following was NOT one of the keys to Rome’s success?
The rich landowners in Rome were called ________________.
The scientific name for the European white water lily is Nymphaea alba. What is the genus to which this plant belongs?
The seven levels of classification, from general to specific, are:
Linnaeus is known for
The scientific name for the common house cat is Felis domesticus. What is the species name?
Each class is subdivided into one or more
Linnaeus founded the science of
All of the organisms classified into a single kingdom are then divided into one of several
The narrowest level of classification is the
Orders of organisms are further broken down into
Two organisms that are in the same class will also be in the same
Matter is anything is anything that has _____ and takes up ______?
Which state of matter are the molecules moving the fastest?
Which of the following is an evidence of a chemical change?
What part of a cell do you find genetic information?
Your stomach growls because you are hungry. Hunger is .....
All food chains begin with the ..............?
Smoke was rising from the burning candle. The candle wax began to melt. The smoke rising is evidence of a ...?
Mayberry Farms wanted an increase in their milk production. They specifically chose 2 different types of cows to breed. This process is know as...?
Which of the following represents a producer?
A white tailed deer lives in a forest. It has monocular eyes and a good sense of hearing to help escape from predators. Which of the following would be a stimulus?
Genetic disorders are caused by
What is the genetic code?
If a homozygous black guinea pig (BB) crossed with a homozygous white guinea pig (bb), what is the probability that an offspring will have black fur?
How do most fossils form?
What genetic disorder results in abnormally shaped blood cells?
What does the notation tt mean to geneticists
Hemophilia is caused by a(n)
Factors that control traits are called
An organisms physical apearance is its
Sex-linked genes are genes on
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In this stage of the product life cycle, the company will aim promotions at a broader audience communicating the benefits of the product:
When a company uses a skim pricing strategy for their new product line, they would be pricing their products higher to recover their development costs.
The FTC is responsible for monitoring advertising that is false or misleading and requiring companies to correct it.
A headline should contain no more than _____ words
If a product costs $.30 and is sold for $1.00, the unit profit is:
If a product costs $.30 and is sold for $1.00, and 200 units are sold, the revenue generated is:
If a product costs $.30 and is sold for $1.00, and 200 units are sold, the break even point is:
If a product costs $.30 and is sold for $1.00, the return on investment is:
What function would you use in Excel to add up numbers?
T or F The field property panel changes for the field you are working in in Access.
A ______ field in Access provides more information about the field.
_________ is used to point or jump to a specific place on the Internet
The ____ is the style of text you can choose.
When information is stored in the computer’s memory or on disk, the computer has done what?
Which tab in PowerPoint should I click to insert clipart?
Under what tab do you find the shapes tool in PowerPoint?
Raahil needs to produce a hard copy of his report. Which hardware device should he use?
What part of the computer is used to view work that has been entered into the computer?
How do you re-size an image without distorting it?
How do I change the background of a slide to a gradient?
___ describes a program's ability to distinguish between uppercase and lowercase letters.
The collection of physical elements that make up a computer system is call the _____.
_____is an example of an input device.
When you hover your mouse over a tool, a box appears that is called a ____________.
Which formula in Excel uses division?
Where can you find the tool to change the number of decimal places in Excel?
T or F The navigation pane in Access is located at the top of the screen.
Which direction do columns run?
What is the keyboard shortcut for select all?
What are the home row keys?
An upstander is someone who
The word plagiarize means
A _______ is a law that helps protect your control over your creative rights.
Which item is considered a storage device?
What is phishing?
A boolean search uses
Which item is considered as an output device?
Who is the principal at WJHS?
Where do most people live in Canada?
How does climate affect where most people choose to live in Canada?
How does the climate of Canada affect vegetation?
How does Canada’s location in North America affect trade?
Which physical feature is negatively affected by acid rain?
Which agreement eliminated trade barriers with the US and Mexico?
Which two European countries have influenced Canada's language and religion?
Which of the following statements describe how Canada became independent?
Where are most of Canada's goods manufactured?
Why are some French citizens of Quebec pushing for independence from Canada?
What natural resource found in the Canadian Shield is important to Canada's economy?
What are the two official languages of Canada?
There are 3 territories in Canada. How many provinces are there?
What important seaway connects the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean is a main trade route?
Which of the following terms does NOT describe Canada's government?
The majority of the people in Quebec belong to which ethnic group?
Which territory was created in 1999 for the Inuit?
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Which describes a wind that moves from the land to the sea overnight?
Which lists some effects of El Niño?
Which types of winds cause weather in North Carolina?
In which direction do weather patterns move in the United States?
What two factors determine the direction in which prevailing winds blow?
Which might cause a person to feel cooler on the beach than a mile inland?
Why do hurricanes die out soon after hitting landfall?
What is the major source of energy for tropical storms?
How does the Gulf Stream affect weather conditions along the eastern coast of the United States?
How does the jet stream affect weather conditions around the world?
Which of the following is not an example of technological change?1.0
The hardware that is used to pass information into the computer. 2.0
The hardware that is used to pass information out of the computer. 2.0
The brain of the computer- the part that actually does the work.
ROM and RAM are examples of 2.0
3.0 What is the international network of computers, composed of WWW, email, etc.
These are all forms of Cyber bullying except:
The process humans use to improve products to meet their needs and wants.
The process humans use to develop new products to meet their needs and wants.
What do engineers construct to test a new design?
Two crucial considerations in the design process are… 11
What is the first step in the Engineering Design Process 11.0
__________ consists of inspecting the product to ensure it meets standards and/or requirements. 12.0
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Genetic disorders are caused by
What is the genetic code?
If a homozygous black guinea pig (BB) crossed with a homozygous white guinea pig (bb), what is the probability that an offspring will have black fur?
How do most fossils form?
What genetic disorder results in abnormally shaped blood cells?
What does the notation tt mean to geneticists
Hemophilia is caused by a(n)
Factors that control traits are called
An organisms physical apearance is its
Sex-linked genes are genes on
the substitution of one base for another DNA replication of a(n)
People who have the genetic disorder called________ disease suffer from lack of oxygen in the blood.
a person who has a genetic disorder called _________ bleeds easly
a recessive can be passed to offspring by a(n) ________ who does not show the change
Gradual change in a species over time is called adaptation
the number of DNA bases forms a genetic code
A persons enviornment can effect his or her genotype for certin traites, such as hight
when some members of a spices become geographically isolated, they are less likley to form a new species.
genetic disorder in which an abnormal form of homglobin is produced is hemophelia
what did mendel predict was the probability of producing a tall plant from a genetic cross of two hybrid tall plants
An organism that breaks down dead plant and animal matter is called..........?
An example of a decomposer is....?
The structure of an organism is the...........?
The function of the cell membrane is....?
A group of similar cells that work together to perform a specific function is.....?
Which of the following represents the levels of organization in order.?
An example of an inherited trait is..........?
__________ will dictate an organisms traits?
How does energy flow through an ecosystem?
What is the difference between external and internal stimuli?
_____ rate is the mass of the fluid moving past a given cross-sectional area in a given time.
Fluid-flow rate is the volume or mass of fluid moved ....
What happens to flow rate when a compressed fluid flows through a pipe or hose?
Fluid rate doen't depend on....
The symbol for mass flow rate is
The correct equation for volume flow rate is
Which is not a unit for volume flow rate?
Which symbol represents volume flow rate?
Qm is the symbol for which of the following?
Fluid flow rate can be determined
Which of the following is a unit for electrical charge?
This device controls the flow of electrical current to prevent overheating.
Charge divided by time is called
What do we call a continuous path for charge to flow?
Batteries and solar cells produced what type of current?
Power companies use this type of current because it is cheaper to move over long distances.
Ammeters measure current while ____ measure voltage.
Where should a voltmeter be placed within a circuit?
If a wave has 240 cycles in 4 seconds, what is its frequency?
Which units measure electrical frequency?
A vulture feeds on the a deer that was killed by a lion. A vulture is called a scavenger. What breaks down the remains of the deer after the vulture has finished feeding?
A marathon runner has to wear shoes 1 size larger due to the constant running causing the feet to swell. The swelling of the feet is an example of a ....
An alka seltzer was placed in a glass of water. The water began to bubble with a new gas called carbon dioxide. This is an example of a ....?
Where are chromosomes found?
An ice cube melting then evaporating is an example of a ...........?
What is the difference between a food chain and a food web?
Describe the living and the nonliving parts of an ecosystem
In the winter many people build fires in their fireplaces for warmth. After awhile the logs burn down into ash.
Which state of matter represents a solid?
Which of the following is evidence a chemical change has occurred....?
An educated guess about a possible solution to a problem is
A factor that changes in an experiment from manipulation of the independent variable is the
A beaker contains 0.456 L of water. What is the volume in milliliters?
How many meters are there in 253.1 centimeters?
How many decimeters are there in .56 dekameters?
The SI unit that is used to measure distance is the
Density is
Zero degrees Celsius is equal to
The SI Unit for time is the
On a graph, the X-axis is always the
The common people of Rome were called ____________________.
The 2 periods of Rome that we studied were called the ______________________.
The Pax Romana was:
The written laws of Rome that gave protection to the common people were called the ________________.
Which of the following was a reason for the fall of Rome?
Which of the following was a reason for the fall of Rome?
Which of the following was a reason for the fall of Rome?
Who did Rome fight in the Punic wars?
The Carthaginian general who used elephants to attack Italy was ___________.
What Roman leader was murdered by a group of senators and generals including his friend Brutus?
When scientists classify organisms, they
When the seven levels of classification are listed from broadest to narrowest, which level is in the fifth position?
Kings Play Chess On Fine Grained Sand is a mnemonic device that helps one remember
The largest, most general group in the classifications used by biologists is the
How many species does Felis domesticus contain?
Linnaeus attempted to classify all known organisms only by
The scientific name for a skunk is Mephitis mephitis, which specifies the skunk's
Two organisms that are in the same order will also be in the same
Families can be further broken down into
Linnaeus's classification system is called
Electrical resistance is a volt...
The electrical resistance of a wire is determined by the
What does turning the knob on a dimmer switch do?
Materials that have a high electrical resistance are called
Electrical resistance is measured in ohms. What is the correct symbol for ohms?
In what direction to electrons flow in a circuit?
The equations resistance equals voltage divided by current is known as ____ Law.
Resistivity of a wire
The unit to measure the resistivity of a wire is
In a series circuit, the total resistance equals the
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mendel is sometimes referred to as the father of ____
The plasma membrane is ___ boundary of a cell
Selective permeablility allows ___molecules to pass through the plasma membrane
The __ mosaic model describes the plasma membrane and its molecules
What kind of layer is the plasma membrane
which one of the choices below does not make a phospholipid?
Proteins are made of___
In DNA, ___ always forms hydrogen bonds with guanine
The message of the DNA code is information for building ___
The sugar molecule found in RNA
The genetic information in the DNA is transcribed to the ____
___ carry specific amino acids to the ribosome
Adenine, guanine, cytosine and uracil are nitrogen bases found in ____
Any change in a gen or chromosome is called a _____
Dolly the sheep was a successful example of__
breeders cross two genetically different individuals in hope of getting better traits
identifies the DNA sequence of every gene in the human genome
genes from one organism are transferred into the DNA of another
process of selecting organisms with desired traits to be parents of next generation
inserts copies of a gene directly into a person's cell
all DNA in one cell of an organism
involves crossing two individuals that have similar characteristics
to reach a conclusion based on known facts
to study something closely and carefully
an idea or theory that is not proven but that leads to further study or discussion.
The highest court in Virginia is the
The Court of Appeals has _____ jurisdiction(s)
Probable case is when the police
What type of jurisdiction does a court have when they hear a case first?
Which court case establish judicial review?
Declaring laws or acts unconstitutional is called
The Constitution is the ___________ law of the land
Constitutional protection against unfair government actions is called
The _____ amendment prohibits the national government from acting in an unfair manner.
The _____ amendment prohibits the state and local government from acting in an unfair manner.
A plea is entered during the
Which two amendments define due process?
A judge decides cases in ______ court
Criminal and Civil Cases are two types of _____ issues
Who has the power of judicial review?
12.A Family owned farming has shifted to agribusiness because-
12.A Urbanization-
13.B If supply is high but demand is low, what is the price?
13. B If supply is low but demand is high, what is the price?
14.A Federal Government is-
14.A What allows shared power between the state and federal government?
15.A What is the executive branch in charge of?
15.A What is the Legislative Branch in charge of?
15.A What is the Judicial Branch in charge of?
15.A What process makes sure none of the three branches of government become too powerful?
Where do public schools get the majority of their funding?
15. C How is Texas School funding lead to an unequal education?
16.B The best way to enact change in your government is to-
Which of the following is NOT a reason for the beginning of the American Civil War?
If women want suffrage, they want-
The Battle of San Jacinto-
Who passed the Civil Rights Act of 1964?
Mirabeau Lamar-
What type of program is PowerPoint?
A spreadsheet can be used for
What is a database?
What are the circuits that act as the “brain” of the computer?
A device attached to the computer is known as a ________.
What is a query?
A function is
All formulas begin with a
T or F The ribbon is located at the bottom of the screen.
URL stands for uniform resource locator and is the name for the web page's _____.
True or False A computer can work without an operating system.
An internal storage device is the __________.
A(n)______ provides the formatting for certain fields as you enter data.
A _______ is a unique value for the database.
The keyboard shortcut for inserting a new slide in PowerPoint is ___________.
Which tab do you click on to format your background in PowerPoint?
In Access, You can adjust the field properties in the ________ view.
Which tab do you click on in PowerPoint to make titles and text move?
What is the keyboard shortcut for undo?
What formula would you use in Excel to average?
The craft of putting together sounds to create a musical work.
Who is the prolific composer/lyrist that has written songs for over 300 singers and has had over 90 top 10 hits in her career?
What revolutionary instrument was introduced in the 1960’s by Robert Moog?
An instrumental piece written by George Gershwin that fuses Jazz with classical motifs.
What do we call a form of vocal improvisation on nonsense syllables?
Which one of the cities listed below was NOT a birthplace of jazz?
Louis Armstrong was famous for singing scat and playing this instrument?
Jazz Pianist Big Band leader Edward Kennedy Ellington was known by which nickname?
Which famous Jazz Musician played on a bent trumpet ?
Who could be called the father of American orchestral music?
An advantage of publicity is that its costs are lower than other promotions
Mrs. Kafer opens a box of cereal and there's a prize inside. The cereal manufacturer is using what promotional tactic to increase sales?
The most important factor involved in matching sponsors with events is :
A/an __________ is an agreement or partnership between a celebrity and a company.
This part of an ad explains the details of a product and builds preference for the product:
what is the primary purpose of an illustration in a print ad?
A consistent combination of advertising techniques that have the same look and message is a:
When 2 companies, such as an airline and a hotel chain, combine their promotional resources to create a campaign to increase sales for both companies it is known as:
according to the FTC, this must always reflect the honest opinions, findings, beliefs or experiences of the celebrity:
in this stage of the product life cycle, a product may be changed to differentiate it from its competitors:
In this stage of the product life cycle, branding and quality are established as well as any patents being obtained.
In this stage of the product life cycle, a company will have to make a decision to maintain, harvest or delete the product:
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To calculate fluid resistance
Viscosity is the resistance of a fluid. When the temperature increases, liquids
When designing fluid systems, the efficiency of the system is increased when fluid flow is
If you double the pressure of a fluid in a pipe, the flow rate will
The roughness in a pipe causes
A pipe has a fluid resistance of 10 psi/gpm. If the pressure drop is 5 psi, what is the flow rate of the fluid?
What is the fluid resistance of a hose that has a flow rate of 10 gpm and a pressure drop of 30 psi?
If two identical pipes have the same diameter but different lengths, which has the greater fluid resistance?
Adding bends or turns to pipes causes the fluid resistance to
Which of the following is a correct english unit for fluid resistance?
What are the two types of resistance in a mechanical system?
The upwards force on an airplane flying through the air is called
What symbol represents the coefficient of friction?
The normal force (N)
The type of friction that must be overcome to start moving an object is called
As the coefficient of friction increases, the force required to move an object
Weight is an example of
If an object is moving at a constant speed, then the sum of the all forces on the object
________ reduces friction in mechanical systems.
How much applied force is needed for a 50 lb. object to slide across a floor that has a coefficient of sliding friction of 0.4.
Which of the following helps to automatically control heat flow?
Heat flow rate is measured in the units
Latent heat
The specific heat of water (1 calorie per gram celsius degree) is considered to be
In the equation for heat flow rate (Qh = (kAО”T)/L), the "k" value represents the
When does heat stop flowing?
The term kilocalorie equals
The amount of heat needed to raise the temperature of 1 pound of water by one degree fahrenheit is called a
At the molecular level, heat energy is found in the ____ of the molecules.
The amount of heat energy divided by time is called
Why is the hypothesis that "black cats cause bad luck" not science?
Quantitative research is often reported as ______ to aid understanding.
Nitrogen is released into the abiotic parts of the biosphere from the processes of death and _____.
A girl notices that her guppies reproduce most when her fish tank water is slightly alkaline. They stop reproducing if the water becomes too acidic or too alkaline. This is an example of _____.
A country that has a stable population is characterized by an age structure that is ______.
Acid rain changes the pH of soil, killing some trees. This is an example of _____.
A conservation biology organization wants to raise money to buy a strip of land to connect Protected Area A to Natural Park Area B. This strip would most likely serve _____.
Carbon compounds that come from living organisms are called ______ compounds.
What are the basic building blocks of proteins?
A very strong base might have a pH of_______.
Which of the following characteristics of living things best explains why birds fly south for the winter?
The cells of multicellular organisms are
Diffusion occurs because
Which sequence correctly traces the path of a protein in the cell
Which structures carry out cell movement?
Why are fossil fuels nonrenewable?
In Rawanda, there are more young children than teenagers, and more teenagers than adults. This age structure indicates a population that
A resource, such as air or parts of the oceans, that is open to anyone is often preserved by
Several species of warblers can live in the same spruce tree ONLY because they
A mountain can affect climate by
If Kim won a 400-m race in 80 s, her rate of speed was
A person in a head-on car collision, who is not wearing a seat belt, continues to move forward at the same speed of the car because of
Newton’s first law of motion states that an object at rest stays at rest unless a _____ acts on it.
The amount of gravitational force between objects depends on their
The relationship among mass, force, and acceleration is explained by
Acceleration due to gravity is
In the absence of air, a penny and a feather that are dropped from the same height will
What is the force of an object that has a mass of 10 kg and an acceleration of 2 m/s2?
What is the rate of change of speed and/or direction?
What is the momentum of an object that has a mass of 10 kg and a velocity of 25 m/s?
The kinetic energy of an object increases as its _____ increases
A slanted surface used to raise an object is a(n)
A bar that is free to pivot about a fixed point is a
The work output of a machine compared to the work input is the _____ of the machine.
The unit of power is the
Which of the following CANNOT be done by a simple machine?
How much work is done on an object that is moved 10 m with a force of 2 N?
An inclined plane wrapped around a cylindrical post is a
An arrangement of pulleys designed to reduce the effort force is called a
Potential energy because of height above Earth’s surface is called _____ potential energy.
What is another way to write 2^6?
Simplify 0.7^3
The number you repeatedly mutliply is called:
What is next in this pattern: 3, 9, 27, 81....
What is the growth factor in this relationship? 6, 36, 216...
What is the correct way to write a linear equation?
Which shows standard form?
What is the decay factor in this relationship? 625, 125, 25...
The exponent always goes with the _______________
Which is the correct doubling pattern?
A star is born when
A geneticist uses pedigrees to
Waves are classified according to
What happens during meiosis?
Down syndrome occurs most often when
In which direction(s) do seismic waves travel from their point of origin?
At the full moon, the combined gravitational pulls of the sun and moon produce the biggest difference between low and hight tide, called
Why are sex linked traits more common in males than in females?
One piece of evidence that supports the big bang theory is the observation that most galaxies are moving
Stars are classified according to their
Most bacteria are classified in which kingdom?
What kind of organism thrives in hot springs and other extreme environments?
A pine tree is a member of the kingdom
Some members of the kingdom Protista
Organisms in the kingdom ___ usually move by themselves and have advanced nervous systems that allow them to respond to their environment.
Eubacteria do NOT
Fungi obtain nutrients by
Members of the kingdom ___ include such organisms as the mold that grows on bread.
Some organisms in the kingdom ___ are able to live inside the human body.
Plantae, Animalia, and Protista are all names of
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A material that does not conduct heat well is called a(n)
Which is not an example of a conductor?
Which is not an example of an insulator?
Which is an example of conduction?
Which is an example of radiation?
Which is an example of convection?
If two objects have different temperatures, heat will flow
How are thermal energy, heat and temperature related?
How does a glass of juice become cold when you add ice to it?
The energy that an object has due to the motion of its particles is called
The handle of a pot is covered with wood. Which type of heat transfer does the wood reduce?
The outside of some windows are covered with a thin shiny metal coating. Which type of heat transfer does the coating reduce?
What are the reactants of Photosynthesis?
What are the products of Cellular Respiration
Which molecule provides most of the energy used to drive chemical reactions in cells?
Photosynthesis is to chloroplasts as cellular respiration is to..
What is the production of glucose using light energy?
Which of the following is NOT a stage of aerobic cellular respiration?
What is a major difference between aerobic Cell Respiration and Fermentation?
Orchids were studied to determine if the amount of light affected the photosynthesis rate. Which of these was the independent variable in this study?
The Calvin cycle also known as the light-independent reaction takes place in the
During what stage of cellular respiration is the most ATP synthesized?
When does this story take place?
Who is the protagonist?
What does George wish for?
What impact did George have on Hank Biddle?
After having his wish granted, George hears that Marty Jenkins got the job at the bank. What did Marty do?
After having his wish granted, George sees that his wife is married to Art Jenkins. What is Art's problem?
George visits his parents and finds out that his brother is dead. Why?
How did George know that his wish had actually come true?
What does the stranger give George so that doors aren’t slammed in his face?
According to The Greatest Gift, what is the greatest gift of all?
Why does the stranger grant George's wish?
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The parts of a cell are called
DNA and RNA are examples of:
We tested for complex carbs like starch using
Which macromolecule is made of sugar sub units (saccharides)
Which is not a macromolecule?
Atoms, molecules, macromolecules, organelles...
Which is not part of CHOGGIES?
Which is not a carbohydrate?
Which is not a function of proteins?
What color does a solution turn if it contains simple carbohydrates?
C C G T A C What would the mRNA complement of the above DNA strand be?
Which structural component do DNA and RNA have in common?
A scientist treats a cell with a chemical that destroys the ribosomes. As a result, which cell process will be stopped?
In DNA, which of the following determines the traits of an organism?
What is the backbone of DNA made up of?
T-A-C-G-T-A-G-G-T-A-G-T The maximum number of amino acids being coded for by the DNA template or master strand shown below would be
Which type(s) of RNA is(are) involved in protein synthesis?
In RNA which base pairs with Adenine?
What is a combination of three base pairs called in DNA?
Where does DNA replication occur?
What style of religious music is accompanied by tambourines, drums, and piano?
What is the low drone instrument native to Australia?
In Native American languages there is no word for Music.
A ram’s horn that is sounded on high holy days at Jewish Synagogues.
The type of singing that is taught to only a few select Tibetan monks because it is a skill that requires discipline and practice that integrates the power of mind, body, and speech.
What famous singer/actress has performed in Les Miserables and Miss Saigon and also provided the voice for Disney Princesses Jasmine and Mulan?
What do we call verbal messages set to music?
Historians estimate that ____% of all songs are about love.
Who wrote both of the Italian operas Madame Butterfly and La Boheme?
What country is the Opera Madame Butterfly set in?
DNA has four kind of ___ bases: adenine, guanine, thymine, and cytosine
During DNA replication __ new identical strands are formed
DNA is found in the ___ of the nucleus
DNA nucleotide consists of 5 carbon sugar called ___
When pairing, guanine always pairs with
A cell moves particles using energy against the concentration gradient by
Large particle are engulfed, the enclosed by the cell membrane in a process called
If a cell is placed in salt water, water leaves the cell by
Which of the following is not a form of passive transport
When a plant cell is placed in the __ solution, there will be a loss of water causing the plant to wilt.
In the beginning, Mendel studied __ traits at a time and carefully recorded his data
Mendel used ___ plants in his experiment.
Mendel was the first person to succeed in predicting how __are passed to the next generation.
Mendel used ___ peas in his heredity studies
A ___ is the offspring of parents that have different forms of a trait.
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Winds blow from areas of
The equator has
The poles have
The doldrums are an area of
The horse latitudes are an area of
Westerlies are winds that blow
Polar Easterlies are winds that blow
Trade winds are winds that blow
Winds are shaped as
Doldrums in Old English signify
The Coriolis Effect is when
The Coriolis Effect is thought to be caused by
Ocean currents in the Northern Hemisphere are
Ocean currents in the Southern Hemisphere are
Ocean currents are created by
El Nino is responsible for
La Nina is responsible for
If North and South America are experiencing too much warm, moist air and floods, it is a(n)
If North and South America are experiencing unusually dry weather, it could be a(n)
Water spreads heat by
Language is the communication of information through what?
An algorithm is
A basic sound in language is
The smallest unit of meaning is
The word order of a language is
The meanings of words is
According to the social-cognitve theory parents serves as _________ when it comes to language development.
A form of heuristics in which a person estimates an event will take place based on their own personal experiences or instances around them
Heuristics are
The belief that the odds of a chance event increase if the event hasn't occured recently.
According to Chomsky everyone has a _________ when they must learn a language
According to the linguistic-relativity hypothesis
Framing is
The tendency to perceive an item only in terms of its most common use is
______________occurs when people suddenly discover the correct solution to a problem
To go from the top to the bottom when solving a problem is
To go from the bottom to the top when solving a problem is
LAD was developed by
If all birds are warm-blooded, and if all parrots are birds, than parrots are warm blooded is an example of a
Children who are deprived of language early in life (a wild child) are unable to acquire normal language skills. This can be explained by
Polysaccharides are
Which of the following is not necessarily a distinct property of living things?
Long chains of amino acids are found in
All living things maintain a balance within their cells and the environment through the process of
All of the following are examples of carbohydrates except
The ratio of carbon:hydrogen:oxygen in carbohydrates is
Biology is the study of
A light microscope that has an objective lens of 10 X and an ocular lens of 20 X has a magnification of
All of the following are examples of lipids except
Nucleic acids include
wat betekent toe bisjwat?
wanneer vieren we toe bisjwat?
wat doen we met toe bisjwat?
welke boom bloeit er in Israel op toe bisjwat?
wat betekent JNF?
wat doet het JNF?
welke beracha zeg je over boomvruchten?
wat is een toe bisjwat seder?
hoe kun je zelf een boom in Israel planten?
waarom is het belangrijk om bomen te planten?
What kind of fossils form when minerals replace soft parts?
What kind of fossils help scientists determine the age of rock layers?
Ms. Strickland is older than her students. This is an example of what type of dating?
What parts below would make the best fossils?
A scientist who studies fossils is known as a:
In an undisturbed geological sequence the older layer is most always on the :
Fossils form best when the dead animal is:
This is an example of one of the earliest index fossils:
Type of rock that forms intrusions when magma or lava melt and then cool and harden.
What does the fossil record tell you about the earth's surface?
the name hookworms is due to the fact they
Elephantiasis is transferred by
Which of the following is NOT a factor that protects North Americans from many parasitic worm infections
Elephantiasis is an enlargement of legs, arms, scrotum, and other tissues caused by
The mastax of a rotifer is used for
Which of these parasites does NOT enter the mouth of its human host and leave as eggs with the human feces
The parasite found in the U.S. where people contract it by eating poorly cooked pork, bear meat, etc
Rotifers get their name from
Which of these is not a nematode?
juvenile trichinella worms live in the
Amictic eggs would
In contrast to the function of our bodies, nematode is unusual in so far as it
If the main disease symptom is anemia (low red blood cell count) the most likely nematode parasite is
Dogs commonly suffer from heartworm caused by
Copulatory spicules function to
If you are discovered to have an infection of Ascaris worms, your most likely danger is
The mild nematode infection somewhat common among children in the southern U.S. and transmitted as eggs from the anal to oral regions by the hands is
Nematomorphs
Which of the following is NOT correct about nematodes
In what two roundworm parasite cycles do worms get coughed up and swallowed in order to complete their cycle
Wie zijn de awot?
Wie zijn de imahot?
De joodse geschiedenis begon met.........
Wat is een teken van het Verbond?
Wat is monotheisme?
Waar is Awraham geboren?
Wat was de belofte van de Eeuwige aan Awraham?
Wat offerde Awraham voor de Eeuwige in plaats van zijn zoon ?
Wat betekent de naam Jitschak?
Wat geloofde Awaraham wel en de andere mensen in zijn tijd niet?
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What chores did Native American men do in the winter for the fur trade?
What did Native American women do in the winter for the fur trade?
What did clerks and traders do in the springtime?
What did Native American men do in the springtime for the fur trade?
What did Native American women do in the springtime for the fur trade.?
What did voyageurs do in the springtime?
What did Native American men do in the springtime for the fur-trade?
What did the traders do in the springtime?
What did the voyageurs do in the summer?
What are the three underlying training principles of effective work programs?
What are the three components of the FITT acronym associated with overload and progression?
Many professionals, including police officers and firefighters, use fitness evaluations
What is the purpose of a fitness log?
An exercise program in MOST beneficial to one's health when done in conjunction with ________________.
Individuals need to adjust their physical activity to account for _____________ as they age.
What are the components of a successful weight lifting program?
Which suggested change would cause the greatest increase in the amouont of overload in your weight training program?
The BEST weight to use for weight training in order to increase strength is one that ___________ .
Shawana is trying to figure out the best weight to increase her muscular strength. She has chosen a weight and can lift it two times. What should she do to get the BEST workout?
If asked to give your friend advice about a muscular fitness program, the most accurate response would be that ....
During eccentric muscular contraction, the muscle ___________________ .
Females who lift weights are not going to develop large, bulky muscles because ________________ .
Which of the following statements about weight training is TRUE?
Individuals should participate in _______________ exercises to increase cardiovascular endurance.
Which of the following is TRUE about heart rate and exercise?
Suzanne is following a fad diet. She has started to experience low energy during her workouts, and on a recent trip to the doctor, she found out she has high cholesterol. Which fad diet is most likely following?
This type of fad diet requires long periods of time with no calorie intake. What type of fad diet would this MOST LIKELY be?
Mark want to lose some weight fast, so he decides to take some diurectics. Select the statement that BEST represents the result of this decision.
June follows a special diet that does not allow her to eat any milk products. This diet could be ___________.
What is the first step in the Scientific Method?
What is information that can be recorded using numerical data (numbers)
What is the Final step in the Scientific Method
What is a group that is used to compare the experimental group to?
What type of cell has no Nucleus
Autotrophs get usable energy by
What bonds cause the surface tension that holds water molecules together?
8. ​ The cell theory states: – All living things are composed of one or more cells. – Cells are the basic units of structure and function in an organism. – Cells come only from the reproduction of existing cells. Which supports the cell theory?
Which piece of equipment would BEST help a student investigate the single ­celled organisms found in a drop of water?
Which is a biotic factor operating within an ecosystem?
The ________ is the most important thing about the topic of a text.
Shortening the big ideas of a text is known as ______________.
Which is NOT an author's purpose for writing?
Which genre is a nonfiction text that gives the history of a person's life?
Which genre is a nonfiction text that gives the history of the author's life?
Which genre is a nonfiction text that is a recorded conversation between two or more people or groups?
Which genre is published at regular intervals (daily, weekly, etc.) that contains news and feature articles?
Which genre is a short, nonfiction text that is about one of the author's own life experiences?
Which genre lists words and their definitions in alphabetical order?
Which genre lists words and their synonyms in alphabetical order?
Which genre lists short articles about different topics in ABC order?
Which genre is a short nonfiction text about a specific subject or topic?
Which text feature would you use to find every page that describes Ben Franklin?
Which text feature would you use to find the title of section 3 in your language textbook?
Which text feature would you use to look up a word's definition?
What text feature describes a picture?
Which text feature shows and labels the different parts of something?
Which text structure uses words like both, but, also, on the other hand
Which text structure uses words such as first, next, then, last, finally, now
Which text structure uses words like good, should, need, deserve, feel, believe
What phase is considered the first lunar phase in the lunar cycle? (closest to the sun)
When the light is on the right....
If the new moon starts the lunar cycle, what is the 3rd lunar phase of the moon?
If the new moon is labeled phase #1, what lunar phase is the waxing gibbous phase?
How many moon phases are there in total?
If the new moon is the first phase, what is the last phase in the cycle?
A waning moon means the moon is....
Which moon phase represents a Spring Tide?
How long is a entire lunar cycle?
How many days do you see each moon phase in a row?
Liquid water freezes at the same temperature at which ice melts: 0° C.
An object with a density greater than the density of water will float in the water.
Solubility is the ability of one substance to dissolve in a another substance.
Density is the measure of the amount of mass in a given volume.
To observe a chemical property, you must attempt to change its identity.
Many metals have luster which makes them dull (not shiny).
Reactivity is the ability of a substance to interact with another substance and form one or more new substances.
Malleability is the ability of a substance to be rolled or pounded into various shapes.
Flammability, or the ability of a substance to burn, is a physical property.
The melting point of a substance is the temperature at which the substance changes from a solid to gas.
The monomers that make up Lipids are called
Monomers that make up Carbohydrates
The subatomic parts found in the nucleus of the atom
Which of the following is an element?
Organic materials that cannot dissolve in water
What is the purpose of the Carbohydrate in a cell
What subunits make up proteins
Unlike the cell membrane, the cell wall is...
Which organelle is correctly matched with the cell process it performs?
If a cell contains a cell wall, which other organelle will be in that cell that is not in all cells?
Movement of water across a selectively permeable membrane
What organelle is responsible storing the genetic material?
What organelle manages what goes in and out of the cell?
What organelle is responsible for the digestion of waste in the cell?
Bob is always tired and has no energy and is not able to play games and sports like other healthy children. He is most likely to have an enzyme deficiency or defect associated with which intracellular organelle?
Heat is transferred through a fluid in a circular motion is called
Heat is transferred from one particle of matter to another without the movement of the matter itself is called
The transfer of energy by electromagnetic waves is called
The movement of thermal energy from a warmer object to a cooler object is called
A measure of the average kinetic energy of the individual particles is called
A material that easily transfers heat is called
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Wat doet een rabbijn in sjoel?
Wat is een chazan?
Wat doet een gabbai?
Wat doet een ba'al koree?
Wat doet een mora / moree?
Wat is een sjammasj?
Wat doet de maftir/maftira
Wat doet de magbia?
Wat doet de golel/golelet
Wat doen de leden van de kehilla?
During which phase of mitosis does the cell copy its DNA?
how many daughter cells are produced at the end of mitosis
how many nuclear divisions does a cell go through for mitosis? How many times does the nucleus divide?
these are usually found at the opposite ends of a cell during mitosis or meiosis and they are used to help pull the cell apart
How many chromosomes are in the human egg cell or human sperm cell?
What is the correct order of steps in the cell cycle?
time period when a cell is carrying on normal processes and not actively dividing
After mitosis takes place, the daughter cells have what number of chromosomes as compared to the parent cell?
egg and sperm are types of sex cells called
In females (humans), meiosis results in
What term refers to the process of a seed sprouting?
What substance does a seed need to germinate?
What term refers to the undeveloped plant that exits inside the seed?
What term refers to the protective coating AROUND the seed?
Which of the following is NOT an important plant part?
What is the protective outer layer of a leaf called? Note ... we have this layer on our skin too!
On the lower epidermis are tiny openings called stomata. They allow the plant to get rid of extra water. What is this process called?
Plants need WATER and SUNLIGHT to make food. What gas is also needed in this process?
What is the green substance in a leaf that traps sunlight?
What is the name of the food-making process for plants?
What is the FIRST part of an embryo to emerge when a seed begins to germinate?
In which part of the plant is food made?
Plants store food until it is needed. Then, sugars break down and give off energy. What is this process called?
Seeds can travel to new places in a variety of ways. What is one way that is generally NOT USED?
Some plants have flowers. What is the powdery substance found on the anther?
After pollination, a female cell and a male cell join to create a fertilized egg. What is the name of this process?
Some green plants, such as ferns, do not have flowers and seeds. They produce cells that can grow into new plants. What do we call these cells?
Cactus plants and evergreen trees both are designed to store something. What do they store?
Some trees have leaves that turn colors and drop off in the winter. How does this help the tree survive?
Evergreens do not lose their leaves each winter. What helps evergreen trees reduce water loss?
De inrichting in iedere synagoge is gelijk. Wat zie je er altijd?
Wat was vroeger in de oudheid het centrum van joods leven?
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