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In a generator, kinetic energy is transformed into:
Kinetic and potential energy are the types of energy that relate to:
Which of the following has the most kinetic energy?
What is potential energy?
What is kinetic energy?
When does an object have no kinetic energy?
Which object has the most potential energy?
Which is the best synonym for potential energy?
In sexual reproduction two ________ sex cells come together to form a new individual.
Before cell division, a chromosome is a ________ DNA molecule with protein.
A ________ is a section of DNA that codes for a trait or other functional product.
Crossing over occurs in prophase of meiosis I. Crossing over results in
The human male gamete is called a sperm cell and is produced in the
In meiosis in human females, two cell divisions result in one functional egg cell and two to three smaller non-functional polar bodies. The result of this is that
For a human baby to be born a boy he must receive
Which of the following statements best describes the relationship between sex chromosomes and autosomes in humans?
Which of the following is NOT a part of asexual reproduction?
Which of the following is an advantage of sexual reproduction?
to honor the memory of with a ceremony
not controlled by others or by outside forces
impossible to hear
alteration in pitch or tone of voice
originating and living or occurring naturally in an area or environment
to expel from a country
marked by moral anguish arising from repentance for past misdeeds; bitter regret; feeling sorry about something you did
a fictitious name, especially a pen name
to go to as a customer, especially on a regular basis
the territorial range of authority or control
Because Great Britian and France did not want to start another war,
Because Japan attacked Pearl Harbor,
Because of the weather,
Because the Allies and the Axis powers wanted support for the war effort,
Because the Allies needed a plan to defeat Nazi Germany,
Because the Germans wanted to prevent goods from entering Great Britian,
Because there were so many islands in the Pacific,
Soviet Union
Germany
Great Britian
Italy
Name another Allied power
Name another Axis power
Which of the following was not one of the big three
Which of the following was not a country that Germany was divided between after World War II
What was the other country that was given partial control of Germany after World War II?
What are the names of the two island used to reach Japan
Victory in Europe Day
Victory in Japan Day
What was the date of the attack on Pearl Harbor?
You are taking a trip, you may need to bring
If you wanted to know who the president was in 1972 you could look in
You are researching Laura Ingalls Wilder. You should use
Which would I use to find a synonym for great ?
Which is not an example of a graphic?
A fact is
Opinions are
Headings and subheadings
Dictionary, thesaurus, almanac, atlas
Bold words are used to
The cell grows and replicates its DNA and centrioles
The cyroplasm pinches in half. Each daughter cell has an identical set of duplicate chromosomes.
The chromosomes gather at opposits ends of the cell and lose their distinct shapes. Two new nuclear envelopes will form.
The sister chromatids seperate into individual chromosomes and are moved apart.
The chromosomes line up across the center of the cell. each chromosomes is connescted to a spindle fiber at its centromere.
The chromatin comdences into chromosomes. The centrioles separate, and a spindle begins to form. The nuclear envelope breaks down.
Cell growth
DNA Replication
Perparation for mitosis
Cell division
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El proceso que libera energía sin necesidad de utilizar el oxígeno es
El proceso de sublimación
The America's were populated with people because of a land bridge that connected North America to what other continent?
What pre-Columbian Native American group populated the American Southwest?
It's believed that the Mound Builders created mounds:
When the US became a nation it modeled its government after this Native American nation:
Why did the Renaissance motivate Europeans to explore?
Who was among the earliest explorers to reach North America?
what motivated Christopher Columbus to explore?
Why did Christopher Columbus call the native's that he encountered, 'Indians'?
America was named after what explorer?
What explorer was looking for the Fountain of Youth in Florida?
Global transfer of living things between Europe, Africa, and the Americas was known as:
sailed for Spain, looking for sea route to Asia; First person to sail across Atlantic Ocean; credited with discovering America, although he never landed on American shores
Which of the following was not a reason for European exploration?
What continent did most early explorers come from?
The Native American population of Mexico in 1492 has been estimated at 25 million; the population in 1608 has been estimated at 1.7 million. This decrease in population was mainly a result of
In Latin America during the early period of Spanish colonialism, the deaths of large numbers of the native people led to
Of these groups of early explorers, which one is most likely to have made it to the America's before Columbus?
What evidence is there that the Polynesians might have made it to the America's before Columbus?
What time period were Christopher Columbus and other Europeans exploring the America's?
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How do you say ''cartable''?
Spell RULER
How do you say ''ruler''?
Spell PENCIL
How do you say ''crayon''?
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How do you say ''grey''?
Spell WHITE
How do you say ''white''?
You have just installed the Microsoft Windows 7 operating system on your PC. Which Web browser is bundled with Windows 7 and is installed automatically when you load the operating system?
You are using Firefox as your default browser and you want to customize it to better suit your browsing habits. What plug-ins and extensions specific to Firefox can you use to accomplish this?
What is the purpose of the History folder?
Consider the following address: http://www.CIWcertified.com/Certifications/Foundations/iba.htm Which term best describes this address type?
Anonymous browsing allows users to:
Where are downloaded files (such as Web pages, images, fonts, etc.) saved on a computer?
What is the term for the part of a browser responsible for reading a Web page and presenting it to an end user?
What is the term for the part of a browser responsible for reading and processing programming languages?
You have activated pop-up blockers in your Web browser to prevent pop-up windows from continually interrupting your browsing experience. What could be an unintended consequence of this action?
Consider the following address: http://www.CIWcertified.com/courses/iba.htm Which part of this address represents the server name on which this page resides?
Which protocol do many browsers assume when you enter a URL in the Address field?
You work with UNIX workstations and want to install a Web browser specific to your environment. Which browser should you install?
How can you view a Web page, including all related images, fonts and scripts referenced by the HTML on the page, without connecting to the Internet?
Which of the following improves the speed of your browser because it allows you to view previously accessed Web pages without having to request them from the server again?
With which prefix does a Web page's Uniform Resource Locator (URL) begin?
Which type of URL gives an abbreviated path to a resource using the current page as a starting position?
A domain name consists of letters (and sometimes numbers) separated by periods. Which of the following is the host name component of a domain name?
In reference to the elements of a Web browser, what is a sandbox?
A plug-in is useful for:
You decide to increase the size of the browser cache and change the frequency with which your Web browser compares cached pages to those on the Web. What problem are you experiencing that would cause you to perform these actions?
If you click a hyperlink, your browser will:
You have registered for an e-learning course and are ready to begin. However, when you access the e-learning course page as directed, you find that you cannot log in because the authentication window will not launch. The most likely cause of this pro
What is the common term for the default page that appears when a browser is initially opened?
You work for your company's IT department diagnosing and servicing the employees' workstations. A user complains that since she has been conducting a lot of research online, performance is slowing. You increase the size of her browser cache. Why migh
A Uniform Resource Locator (URL) is an Internet address that performs which task?
Ken has been asked to test a newly developed Web site. Part of the test plan requires him to verify that all links within the site work properly. In addition to verifying that clicking a link navigates to the appropriate Web page, what else will he o
You want to look at multiple Web sites simultaneously and follow different paths of hyperlinks in each site. What is the easiest way to accomplish this in current Web browsers?
Nancy is using a Web browser on her desktop computer to place some bids on a popular online auction site. She decides that she wants to browse to the CIW site without closing her browser. What is the most efficient way to do this?
What is the purpose of Bookmarks and Favorites?
You want to learn more about CIW certifications and access a PDF document at http://www.ciwcertified.com/_resources/CIW_Roadmap.pdf. Which type of URL does this represent?
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What is the term used for the Egyptian writing system?
What type of government did Egypt have after 3100 BC?
What are cataracts?
What are two things that Egypt and Mesopotamia have in common?
What is the definition of a dynasty?
What direction does the Nile River flow?
What is the term used for an Egyptian king?
What is a delta?
Approximately how many miles long is the Nile River?
The Nile River starts out as two seperate rivers, what are their names?
What shape does a diagram of Egypt's social classes look like?
What is the reed plant used for making baskets, sandals and paper
Who was credited with the unification of Egypt?
How did Egyptians take advantage of the Nile's yearly spring flood?
A restaurant makes a sandwich with one teaspoon of sauce. They think two teaspoons of sauce will more money. One day they made their regular sandwich and 1 day they made their sandwich with 2 teaspoons of sauce. What was the independent variable?
A restaurant makes a sandwich with one teaspoon of sauce. They think two teaspoons of sauce will more money. One day they made their regular sandwich and 1 day they made their sandwich with 2 teaspoons of sauce. What was the dependent variable?
A restaurant makes a sandwich with one teaspoon of sauce. They think two teaspoons of sauce will more money. One day they made their regular sandwich and 1 day they made their sandwich with 2 teaspoons of sauce. What was the control setup?
A restaurant makes a sandwich with one teaspoon of sauce. They think two teaspoons of sauce will more money. One day they made their regular sandwich and 1 day they made their sandwich with 2 teaspoons of sauce. What was the experimental setup?
A restaurant makes a sandwich with one teaspoon of sauce. They think two teaspoons of sauce will more money. One day they made their regular sandwich and 1 day they made their sandwich with 2 teaspoons of sauce. What is an example of a constant?
How do you read a graduated cylinder?
You think new detergent will get your clothes cleaner. You test a new detergent and then your old detergent. After you check the cleanliness of your clothes. What is the independent variable?
You think new detergent will get your clothes cleaner. You test a new detergent and then your old detergent. After you check the cleanliness of your clothes. What is the dependent variable?
You think new detergent will get your clothes cleaner. You test a new detergent and then your old detergent. After you check the cleanliness of your clothes. What is a constant variable?
You think new detergent will get your clothes cleaner. You test a new detergent and then your old detergent. After you check the cleanliness of your clothes. What is the experimental setup?
Angie is designing a band flyer and wants a picture of a drum set to appear behind the text. Which command should she use?
Jordan inserted an image from his USB Drive into his science report. What did he insert?
What is the name of a capital letter that is the first letter in a paragraph but is set in a larger font size than the rest of the characters in the paragraph?
In Microsoft Word, what is the name of the group of picture formatting characteristics that includes shadows, reflections, glow, soft edges, bevel, and 3-D rotation?
Angie inserted a picture into a Microsoft Word document. She decided there were portions of the picture she wanted to remove. Which command would be most appropriate to use?
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Which of these should occur FIRST when a juvenile is taken into custody for unruly behavior?
What must officers promptly inform juveniles of when taken into custody?
A juvenile can be tried in superior court is he or she has committed;
Tracy, a 16 year old student at City High School, is charged with Voluntary Manslaughter in the death of a local merchant. By state law, Tracy must be;
Murder, voluntary manslaughter, rape, and armed robbery with a firearm result in what?
Which of these is a reason that a child may be transferred to Superior Court?
A juvenile in the state of Georgia is someone under the age of;
Which is considered one of Georgia's Seven Deadly Sins?
Juveniles who commits specific serious and violent crimes may be place under the jurisdiction of which state court?
Delinquent juveniles are those who are;
Kinetic energy is the energy of........
Which has more potential energy?
Which is the energy of position?
Which has more kinetic energy?
Which is an example of convection?
What type of energy does the sun transfer to Earth?
What type of heat transfer burns a witches hand as she cooks hot stew with a metal spoon?
Which has more kinetic energy?
Which has more potential energy?
Which is not a type of heat transfer?
As a cell’s size increases, it places more demands on its ___________.
Uncontrolled cell division occurs in
Typically, the longest phase of mitosis is ________________.
regulates cell cycle
A growing cell divides forming two "daughter" cells.
which serface area to volume ratio is best for cells?
Why do cells stop growing?
When does cytokinesis take place?
Two tiny structures located in the cytoplasm...
Fanlike structure that helps organize the chromosomes..
5/3-2/3=
4/4-2/4=
7/8-5/8=
9/10-7/10=
3/7-1/7=
9/9-5/9=
8/6-2/6=
7/5-3/5=
7/3-3/3=
5/2-3/2=
An organism's physical characteristics are called
The passing of traits from parents to offspring is called
Gregor Mendel is known as the Father of ________________, the study of heredity.
A ____________________ plant is one that always produces offspring with the same form of a trait as the parent.
Different forms of genes are called
Factors that control traits are called
An organism's ________________ is its genetic make-up or allele combination. (Example, Aa, AA, aa)
An organism that has two identical alleles for a trait is said to be ____________. (Example AA, aa)
An organism that has two different alleles for a trait is said to be _________. (Example Aa)
In __________, the alleles are neither dominant or recessive, and both alleles are expressed in the offspring. (Example - blue fish + yellow fish = blue fish with yellow spots)
A __________ allele is one whose trait always shows up in the organisms with the allele is present either once or twice. (Example- Aa or AA)
A _______________ allele is masked, or covered up, whenever the dominant allele is present.
_____________ means to have a dominant and a recessive allele in its genotype.
_____________ is the likelihood that a particular event will occur.
A _____________ is a chart that shows all the possible combinations of alleles that can result from a genetic cross.
An organism's _________is its physical appearance, or visible traits.
What are chromosomes made of?
What is the name of the material that determines inherited characteristics?
What three things is a nucleotide in DNA made of?
According to Chargaff's Rules, the amount of adenine always equals the amount of ___________ in a DNA molecule.
When limestone is heated and squeezed it forms:
Which term is not part of the commonly accepted definition of a mineral?
How can you use the hardness of a rock to help identify what type of mineral it is?
A student broke a mineral sample with the tap of a hammer. It broke along flat surfaces. Which property was the student investigating?
Classifying rocks as igneous, sedimentary, or metamorphic is based on differences in:
Which of the following minerals is LESS hard than diamond?
A glassy igneous rock that cools quickly, preventing crystals from forming is:
The size of the crystals of igneous rocks is determined by:
Which of the following characteristics is most TRUE of igneous rocks cooled slowly, deep underground?
How do igneous rocks form?
When lava cools quickly on Earth’s surface, what type of igneous rock does it form?
____ rocks are formed from rock particles broken down into small pieces by the rock cycle.
What is the name of sedimentary rock formed from gravel pieces greater than 2 mm?
Sand particles are joined together to form the sedimentary rock called:
Rocks that are formed from the remains of tiny shells of marine plants and animals are called:
When layers of sediment are pressed together, it is known as:
Metamorphic rocks are formed from:
Which of the following processes change sediments into sedimentary rock?
Where are sedimentary rocks usually found?
Which of the following is a sedimentary rock made from ancient plant remains?
the spinning of Earth on its axis
the imaginary line that passes through the center of the Earth from the North Pole to the South Pole
the Earth's complete trip around the sun is referred to as a ....
getting bigger
getting smaller
moon is almost all the way lit
only a small piece of the moon appears lit
a dark spot on the photosphere of the sun
the phase of the moon when the side facing Earth appears fully lit
the phase of the moon when the side facing Earth appears totally dark
the star that is at the center of our solar system
to sprout as a seed does
the process in which a plant gives off water through their stomata
the tiny plant inside a seed
tiny holes on the underside of a leaf that allow oxygen to escape and carbon dioxide to come in. Also releases water.
the stage when a germinated seed begins growing and making its own food
the process by which plants make food
the structure where food is stored
a pigment, or coloring matter, that helps plants use sunlight to produce the sugar that is used in plants as food
what most plants grow from
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Invite
Behave
Bride
Promise
Fancy.
What game is the story about?
What nationality is Meimei?
Who got the chess set at the Christmas party?
Where does she play Lau Po?
How old was Meimei when she became a national champion?
Who wrote Rules of the Game?
What street did the family live on?
Who are Meimei's brothers?
Win more, lose less----This was said by which character?
How many pieces does each player have?
Who revolutionized modern transportation?
What kept people from wanting to drive steam cars?
What kind of transportation was popular in the 1880's and 1890's?
Which two men developed the gasoline engine?
Who introduced the Model T?
What year was the Model T introduced?
What term is used to describe the ability to get from place to place?
What term is used to identify the power of a car's engine?
What was the Red Flag Act?
True or False? Gasoline-powered carriages, or automobiles, were on the road in 1908.
True or false? Europe had early motor cars that were reliable.
True or false. Henry Ford was the ONLY person to manufacture cars.
What was Henry Ford's first car?
Who changed the way goods were manufactured?
Something made long ago is called:
Which of the following is NOT how autombociles changed peoples lives?
What were the ADVANTAGES of steam carriages?
Which is NOT a reason that Ford's Model T sold better than other cars?
Which is NOT a change the assembly line brought to businesses?
What happened to the cost of the Model T AFTER Ford introduced the moving assembly line?
Who was the American who made a glider with rubber joints?
What did the Wright brothers use to test their glider at different windspeeds?
What did Linlienthal do?
Who built the disastrous Great Aerodrome with a gasoline engine?
What city did the Wright brothers first fly their airplane in?
What was the Wright brothers' lifelong hobby?
Where did the Wright brothers send a letter for information about flying?
True or False? Some of the Wright brothers' ideas came from books written by Chanute and Langley?
When did the first flight with Flyer, an engine-powered airplane, happen?
True or False? After the 1903 flight, the Wright brothers were NOT eager to show their plane to anyone.
True or False? The Wright brothers wanted to produce bicycles for the army.
Another term for technology is
A testable prediction about a possible solution to a problem is called
The process of gathering information through the senses is called
A factor that is manipulated in an experiment to change the dependent variable is the
The process by which a liquid changes to a gas is called
The temperature of a liquid, the height of a plant, or an observation that one object is smaller than another are all examples of
Which is a more complete model of feeding relationships?
Which of the following is NOT a producer?
Nitrogen is used by
As you move from level to level in an energy pyramid, energy
Which of the following is NOT a possible sign of a physical change?
The ability of a pond to freeze over in winter is a
The measurement of an object's mass is a
Carbon ____ through the carbon cycle.
Which of the following is NOT a possible sign of a chemical change?
Three examples of physical change are
When a chunk of dry ice is at room temperature, a cloud of carbon dioxide vapor forms. The carbon dioxide is changing from a
The process that releases energy without using oxygen is
The process of sublimation
One atom of sulfur can react with exactly three atoms of oxygen to produce a molecule of sulfur trioxide. How many atoms are there in one molecule of sulfur trioxide?
What is the term for a nerve cell?
What is the term for a bone cell?
Where is smooth muscle found?
What are the intervertebral disks that separate individual parts of the backbone composed of?
What is the band where two cardiac muscle cell join together called?
Which of the following describes simple squamous epithelial tissue?
Which of the following is true concerncing adipose tissue?
Cells that produce fibers in connective tissues
A tissue that is composed of multiple layers of tall cells with hair-like projections on the end would be called
Which of the following is true concerning neuroglia?
Which of the following is NOT true concerning cardiac tissue
Which of the following tissues is involved in the production of blood cells?
Which of the following is NOT a type of epithelial membrane?
This type of membrane is composed entirely of connective tissue and lines joints
Membranes that line cavities and tubes that open to the outside of the body are called
Membranes that line body cavities that DO NOT open to the outside of the body are called
Otro término para tecnología es 
El proceso de recogida de información a través de los sentidos se llama
Una predicción comprobable acerca de una posible solución a un problema se llama
Un factor que es manipulada en un experimento para cambiar la variable dependiente es el
El proceso por el cual un líquido se convierte en un gas llamado
La temperatura de un líquido, la altura de una planta, o una observación en el sentido de que un objeto es menor que otro son todos ejemplos de
Que es un modelo más completo de la alimentación las relaciones?
¿Cuál de los siguientes NO es un productor?
Se utiliza nitrógeno por
A medida que se pasa de nivel en nivel de energía, energía piramidal
El proceso de congelación
¿Cuál de las siguientes NO es una posible señal de un cambio físico?
La medida la masa de un objeto es un
La capacidad de un estanque que se había congelado en el invierno es
____ De carbono a través del ciclo del carbono.
¿Cuál de las siguientes NO es una posible señal de un cambio químico?
Tres ejemplos de cambios físicos son
Cuando un trozo de hielo seco a temperatura ambiente, una nube de vapor de dióxido de carbono las formas. El dióxido de carbono está cambiando de una
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Which of the following types of business organizations does not have to pay tax
What are the people who own part of a corporation?
what is the biggest disadvantage of a sole proprietorship?
which of the following does not involve paperwork to start the business?
which of the following gives each partner equal liability
which of the following combines low taxes with low liability?
high taxes, low liability
which of the following is used by cities?
a business that you can own underneath a parent company is a
low taxes high liability
Which of the following types of business organizations does not have to pay tax
What are the people who own part of a corporation?
what is the biggest disadvantage of a sole proprietorship?
which of the following does not involve paperwork to start the business?
which of the following gives each partner equal liability
which of the following combines low taxes with low liability?
high taxes, low liability
which of the following is used by cities?
a business that you can own underneath a parent company is a
low taxes high liability
What percentage of an Iceberg is visible, above sea level?
The 10% of an Iceberg that is seen above sea level is known as...
The biggest part of human beings that others can not fully see is their...
The part of human beings that others can see is their
What others know about you, is your
Your Motivies, Ethics and Beliefs impacts your Attitude. Values, Standards and Judgement impacts your
A persons attitude can be both Positive and
Which is an example of an attitude?
Which is an example of an attitude
All are examples of a Negative attitude except
ella/cantar
nosotros/recibir
ellas/escribir
tu/bailar
Ud./cantar
Uds./comer
ellos/comer
nosotros/vivir
yo/leer
ella/leer
to keep or refrain from, TYPICALLY refraining from drugs, sex and alcohol
This character from Speak could be considered a bigot.
Blathers means...
Meeting halfway or in the middle, or coming to terms by giving up part of a claim is what?
Beaten repeatedly with heavy blows is what?
A Delinquent (delinquency) is someone who has
Who is somewhat demented in our story, for obvious reasons?
A conundrum is..
The word for affected with madness or insanity is what?
Asphyxiated means...
The process in which an egg is released from an ovary.
Hormone produced by the ovaries
Hormone produced by the testes
Name of the organ system that contains glands that produce hormones
Joining of sperm and egg is called...
What type of reproduction can happen with only one "parent" cell?
Mitosis occurs when...
Amniotic sac does what for the growing fetus?
How are identical twins formed?
After delivery, the uterus pushes the placenta and other membranes out of the uterus. What stage of birth is this?
What is Video Composition?
How does composition help viewers “decode” an image?
What is “Simplicity” in composition?
What does “Order” in composition mean?
Why is the frame around the image important to composition?
What dimensions does the frame establish?
How does “Significance” create emphasis in a composition?
How does Selective Focus create emphasis in a composition?
What is the Drive where I put your files called?
What is the name of the folder where I put your files to retrieve?
We have just finished our rehersal.
With this tail wind, the plane will arrive early.
The audience listened closely to the speaker.
Mr Waldner has brought some samples for us to look at.
Frannie and I walk to school most of the time.
At first Lisa had been nervous about playing in public.
By next week, the workers will have finished the job.
The pitcher threw six fast balls in a row.
Only local trains stop at this station.
We will send you a postcard from london.
How does “Apparent Size” suggest distance?
How does “convergence” suggest distance?
How does “vertical position” suggest distance?
How does “sharpness” suggest distance?
How does “color intensity” suggests distance?
Which of the following is a compositional technique you can use to direct the viewer’s attention?
Which of the following is a compositional technique you can use to direct the viewer’s attention?
What is the name of the drive where your test are located?
Which of the following is a view in MovieMaker?
Which of the following is a view in MovieMaker?
Conduction is the transfer of heat energy by
During what process of energy exchange does cold air displace warmer air?
What method of energy transfer requires no medium (particles) for transfer?
The process by which air flows from one location in the atmosphere to another is called
Which action would help an air-conduction use less energy on a hot, sunny summer day?
Primary method of energy transfer by which the earth loses energy to outer space is called
By which process do light rays pass through window glass?
To expand and contract means to
Thermal energy
The best example of a conductor would be
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A cell loses its ability to control the movement of water, food, and waste into and out of the cell. Which structure is not working correctly?
Which of the following gives the cell energy it can use?
Muscle cells use large amounts of energy. Which structure would a muscle cell need more of than other cells?
The nucleus is sometimes called the “brain” of the cell because it…
The texture of cytoplasm is most similar to…
The tiny structures that perform specific functions for a cell are called…
What is the main function of mitochondria?
What is the major function of the Cell Wall?
Why do plant cells need larger vacuoles than animal cells?
Which organelle holds the DNA for the cell?
The energy plants gain through photosynthesis is stored in…
What makes chloroplasts green in color?
Which of the following is the source of energy for photosynthesis?
In photosynthesis, plants convert ______ energy into ______ energy.
The _______ use energy from the Sun to make food and the ______ change that food into energy the organism can use.
Roots grow downward in the soil in response to-
The method of Reproduction that involves two parents is
In animal cells what forms the outside boundary that separates the cell from its environment?
What is the process that occurs in the chloroplasts?
What are the two types of external synthesis?
When a plant doesn’t have enough water it wilts. What internal stimulus is a plant responding to when it wilts?
What two chemicals are needed for photosynthesis to begin?
What two chemicals are produced in photosynthesis?
What organelles do Plants and animals both share?
Which organelle is only found in Animal cells?
What is the main function of the Cell wall?
Which of the following is NOT a normal function of plant cell vacuoles?
If a plant lost all its chloroplasts, the plant would no longer be able to…
Why do plant cells need larger vacuoles than animal cells?
A cell loses its ability to control the movement of water, food, and waste into and out of the cell. Which structure is not working correctly?
Which of the following gives the cell energy it can use?
The texture of cytoplasm is most similar to
The tiny structures that perform specific functions for a cell are called…
What is the main function of the nucleus?
Which organelles capture energy from sunlight and use it to produce food for the plant cell?
The rigid layer that surrounds the outside of a plant cell is called----
When a plant begins to droop and lose turgor pressure it is going through the following process
Which are the responses to internal stimulus?
What two chemicals are consumed by the plant during Photosynthesis?
When a plant doesn’t have enough water it wilts. What internal stimulus is a plant responding to when it wilts?
I like both swimming _____ cycling.
I don't like reading _____ running.
I want to make both tuna sandwiches _____ sushi.
I can't go on Saturday _____ Sunday.
I like cakes _____ pies.
I like English _____ I don't like Chinese.
We like sunshine _____ we don't like rain.
I don't like tea _____ coffee.
This shop sells caps _____ gloves.
There aren't any bread _____ biscuits.
Peter is happy _____ Jerry is sad.
Shall we have chocolate _____ ice cream?
SUBJECT The girl will be an astronaut.
SUBJECT Astronauts study space.
SUBJECT She and I dream about spaceships
SUBJECT My father is a zoologist.
SUBJECT Zoologists study animals.
PREDICATE We hiked up a mountain.
PREDICATE The trail was hard.
PREDICATE It climbed up and up.
PREDICATE My dad helped me a little.
PREDICATE The view at the top was great.
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If a game controller is lying on the bed it is ?
A jacket hanging in the closet is ?
A piece of paper being blown by the wind is ?
A apple falling of a table is ?
A man running is ?
A car at a stop light is ?
A bat hitting a baseball is ?
A ball being thrown in the air is ?
A poster on the wall is ?
Socks being folded is ?
If a house is on top of a hill it is ?
File cabinets being opened is ?
Buttons being pressed on a controller is ?
A apple falling of a tree is ?
Gas being released from a oxygen mask is ?
Cars speeding on the high way is ?
Sowing socks is ?
Wind blowing is ?
Crayons being broke is ?
Phone charger in the wall is ?
What is the smallest level of organization of the body?
According to the levels of organization, cells help to form
__________ is the name given to something that has more than one cell.
When two or more elements combined they can be called a(n)
Who saw the first cells?
Which is not apart of the cell theory?
Who saw the first living cells?
Who came up with the cell the part of the cell theory that all cells come from other cells?
Which type of microscope would you use to see the super microscopic objects?
If the eye piece of your microscope has an eye piece of 10X and the revoving nosepiece is on 40X, what is your total maginification?
remains or traces of organisms from the past
when wind, water, ice, or gravity transports soil from one location to another.
earth material that is deposited erosion (soil)
Rock that forms when sediments are compacted and cemented together
a hollow area in sediment in the shape of an organism or part of an organism
a solid copy of the shape of an organism
includes the footprints, tracks, trails, and burrows made by living things
a scientist who studies fossils
a fossil in which minerals replace all or part of an organism
a type of fossil made up of a thin coating of carbon on rock
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Square=
A line connecting a circle and a square=
an X-linked disease means _______ usually carry the trait for the disease
An autosomal disorder means there is a 50/50 chance that a __________ may get the trait for the disorder
If a parent in every generation has the disorder, the disorder is _________
If the disorder does not show up in every generation, the disorder is _________
Pedigrees are family trees that explain _____________
Pedigrees are used to find out the probability of a child having a _______ in a particular family
Pedigrees are made of symbols that represent...
Laboratory aprons are for :
You must wear approved eye protection while in the laboratory:
If flammable liquids such as alcohol are spilled:
To remove an electrical plug from its socket you should:
To be able to put out a fire quickly and safely, you should know:
When you use laboratory equipment and/or chemicals, you should give the procedure all of your:
Chemicals, small parts, glassware, and stirring rods are to be:
Safety glasses provide more protection than:
To put out a fire in a person's hair or clothing, use:
If you think there is something wrong with a piece of equipment you are using, stop, turn it off, and tell:
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Which combination would have an attraction?
Which is the value of the constant in Coulomb\'s equation?
Which scientist found the charge of an atom through his oil drop experiment?
Which is NOT a way to increase the force between two charged objects?
Which factor is squared in Coulomb\'s law equation?
If the charge of one object is doubled, what would happen to the force?
Which scientist was one of the first to theorize that there were two types of charges? Hint: He experimented with lightening rods
Which statement is true?
The q in Coulomb\'s law stands for
What is the correct unit for charge?
Which motif is mainly used in the first act?
What does Sebatian's and Antonio's view of the island reflect on their characters?
Who is Alonso's son?
Why is Prospero upset?
Why does Caliban work for Prospero?
Who tries to kill Alonso?
Trinculo is not repulsed by Caliban but is rather..
Who is last introduced in the play?
Who does Ferdinand love?
Ferdinand wants to..
What instrument is used to collect and analyze light from the stars?
All of the following are parts of our solar system EXCEPT:
Our galaxy is a ______ galaxy
The brightness of stars as we see them from earth is called
The BEST units for measuring distances between stars and galaxies would be___
If a star is 75 light years away, what year did the light we are seeing now, leave the star?
In the HR diagram, which axis is brightness found on?
What does a star become when it runs out of hydrogen fuel?
Which of the stars listed is furthest along in it's cycle?
What characteristic of a star determines the path the life of that star will take?
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Which description below does NOT describe unlimited governmen?
What is a new way of thinking in Math and Science in the 1500s/1600s?
Which theory states the Earth and other planets revolve around the sun?
The original question, hypothesis, experimentation and analysis of data are part of:
Which scientist faced harassment and excommunication from the church for his teachings?
What was the intellectual movement which applied reason to society and politics?
Which theory stated that citizens and government had an agreement that would benefit both groups?
Which thinker influenced the American Patriots in the writing of the Declaration of Independence?
Which thinker influenced totalitarian governments?
Which thinker promoted separation of powers?
Which thinker promoted a separation of church and state?
Which British Monarch was involved in a struggle with parliament over the ability to exercise his divine right?
John Hampden was convicted of not paying a tax on this item:
What was the purpose of the New Model Army?
Who was overthrown during the Glorious Revolution
What was the purpose of the English Bill of Rights
What influenced the writing of the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution along with the American and French Revolutions?
What best describes a constitution?
Splitting of powers between the three branches of government
The muscle cells regenerate
These muscle cells are found in the walls of the stomach, uterus and arteries
the muscles have long, non-branching, cylindrical cells
The muscles are found attached to bones
The muscle cells are cylindrical with branching ends
The muscle cells have intercalated disks
The muscles that allow you to direct your eyeballs
Muscles cells have multiple nuclei
Muscles do not have banded appearance
Voluntarily controlled
Spindle shaped muscle cells
The function of this muscle is to maintain blood pressure
The muscle tissue of the circulatory pump
This muscle tissue stabilizes the position of the skeleton
The myosin and actin is NOT arranged in a pattern, but is scattered through the cell.
This muscle moves food, urine, and reproductive tract secretions.
This tissue contains the pacemaker cells.
This muscle is concerned with locomotion of the body as a whole.
New muscles cells are produced through stem cells.
Called a striated involuntary muscle
The tissue makes mucous, serous, and epidermal membranes.
The tissue that allows for movement of limbs and for organ movement with in the body.
Transmits electrochemical impulses.
The major function for this type of tissue is to shorten.
This tissue may absorb and/or secret substances.
The basis of the major controlling system of the body.
The tissue can make hormones
This tissue is characterized by having large amounts of nonliving matrix.
This tissue forms the brain and spinal cord.
Which membrane lines cavities that communicate with the exterior (digestive, respiratory, reproductive or urinary tract)?
This membrane is found in joints that allow free movement to prevent bone to bone contact.
This membrane is made mostly of loose connective tissue and an incomplete layer of epithelial tissue.
This membrane is made of stratified squamous epithelium and the underlying dense connective tissue.
This membrane is made of stratified squamous epithelium and the underlying dense connective tissue.
Examples of this type of membrane is parietal and visceral membranes.
This type of membrane lines sealed, internal cavities to minimize friction when an organ moves.
This type of serous membrane covers the heart and lines the cavity the heart is found in.
This serous membrane covers the lungs and lines the cavity the lungs are found in.
This type of serous membrane lines the abdominal cavity and covers the surfaces of organs like the stomach and liver.
Which part provides physical support of neural tissue, chemicals in neural fluid, and defend neural tissue from infection?
Which of these compounds is the formula for carbon dioxide?
Which of these compounds is the formula for sucrose?
Which of these compounds is the formula for ammonia?
Which of these compounds is the formula for baking soda?
Which of these compounds is the formula for bleach?
Which of these compounds is the formula for vinegar?
Which of these compounds is the formula for salt?
Which of these compounds is the formula for oxygen?
Which of these compounds is the formula for water?
Which of these compounds is the formula for ammonia?
How old do you have to be to run for the Senate?
How old do you have to be to run for the House of Representatives?
What important document is considered the law of the land in the USA?
How old do you have to be to run for the office of President?
How many branches of government does the USA have?
What is another name for the Legislative branch of government?
What is another name for the Executive branch of government?
What is another name for the Judicial branch of government?
What type of government does the United States have?
What is a change to the Constitution called?
After America won the Revolutionary War, what did they use to govern themselves?
What did the 55 delegates who attended the Constitutional Convention become known as?
Which of the 3 plans presented at the Constitutional Convention favored states with larger populations?
Which of the 3 plans presented at the Constitutional Convention favored states with smaller populations?
Of the 3 plans presented at the Constitutional Convention, which one is the plan that provided the framework for the government we have today?
What chamber of Congress favors states with smaller populations?
What chamber of Congress favors states with larger populations?
Which of the following did the Constitution NOT do?
The 3/5's Compromise said that slaves would counted as 3/5's of a person for both tax purposes and for representation in Congress. What part of the US wanted slaves to be counted for tax purposes?
The 3/5's Compromise said that slaves would counted as 3/5's of a person for both tax purposes and for representation in Congress. What part of the US wanted slaves to be counted for representation?
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The original amount of a note is called the
The interest accrued on money borrowed is called
A written & signed promise to pay a sum of money at a specified time is called a
The beginning balance of Supplies is $15,000, and the adjusting entry to record the supplies used is $10,000. The amount of supplies used during the fiscal period is $5,000.
Wilson, Inc. initially records supplies as an expense; therefore, it should record a reversing entry for supplies.
The accrual for federal income tax is recorded as an adjusting entry by debiting Federal Income Tax Payable and crediting Federal Income Tax Expense.
Supplies may be recorded initially as expenses or as assets.
When a note payable is repaid, the amount of cash paid equals the maturity value of the note.
If the principal of a 90-day note is $4,000 and the interest due at maturity is $100, the interest rate on the note is
If the term of a note is 6 months and the note is dated March 20, it is due
This is the name for a magnetized needle that can spin freely and align with the Earth’s magnetic field.
This is what sneaks in the Magnetic North and South Poles to create auroras.
This imaginary line on the Earth is perpendicular to our axis of rotation.
This is the angle of difference between the Magnetic North and the Geographic North Pole.
This is the name for a magnetic rock.
This is the name of the man who discovered that the Earth had magnetic properties.
This is a way you can destroy a magnets magnetism.
This is what happens when you cut a magnet in half.
This is how the domains should look in a Magnet.
Magnetic field lines go from:
This is the name for the Law that states that opposites attract and likes repel.
These are the particles that actually move from one object to another when transferring a charge.
Lightning and shocking someone are examples of this.
This type of lightning is the most rare of the three types we discussed in class.
This is process of giving something a static charge without even touching it.
V=I x R is also known as this.
This is another name for potential difference.
This the unit for Electric Current.
Since V=I x R, what is voltage of a battery that sends out 6 Amps of Current through 2 Ohms of Resistance?
This is a characteristics of a good conductive wire.
This device is used for demonstrations of Static discharge
The positive and negative ends on a battery are called this.
This is the type of electricty that comes out of our wall sockets.
What is the Greek Letter that can be used to represent the unit for Resistance
He is credited with making up the designations positive and negative. (Hint: Think kites)
This material can become a magnetic.
This is to water as voltage is to electricity.
Electricity travels from:
When you put a piece of iron in a magnetic field:
The parts of a battery that go into the electrolyte are:
How do you collapse a panel?
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Which of these determines the identity of an element?
Sodium contains 11 protons and 12 neutrons. How many electrons are in a neutral atom of sodium?
Elements are described as pure substances because
The nucleus of an atom contains
What is the name and atomic number of the element in the first row fourth square down on the periodic table?
How many electrons would a neutral atom of potassium have?
How are the elements in the modern periodic table arranged?
What elements in the periodic table are least likely to combine with other elements?
Which of these statements is false?
Carbon and oxygen combine chemically to form carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide is
The fixed costs of a business
The forces of supply and demand determine
An entrepreneur should make a change if the marginal benefit of the change is
When there are many different suppliers producing similar goods,
In a command economy,
An entrepreneur uses the concept of marginal benefit to
The demand curve shows that the quantity consumed of a good or service
In making business decisions, an entrepreneur should consider all of the following except
When figuring out the price to charge for a product or service, an entrepreneur should consider
In a market economy, individual choice
Expenses paid in one fiscal period but not reported as expenses until a later fiscal period are known as
The closing entry for Office Supplies Expense would be a debit to Office Supplies Expense and a credit to Income Summary.
The adjusting entry for accrued interest debits an expense account and credits a liability account. So, the closing entry debits a liability account and credits an expense account.
On Dec. 31, Wilson, Inc., owes 10 days worth of accrued interest on a $5,000 note payable at 9% interest. The adjusting entry includes a debit to Interest Expense for
Companies reverse accrued salary entries so that they do not have to remember that the payroll liability accounts reflect an expense from the previous accounting period.
Adjusting entries for prepaid expenses recognize the portion of the asset used in the current period as an asset.
When a note is paid at maturity, the credit is to Cash. The debit(s) are to
Wilson, Inc. signed a 90-day note on May 5 of the current year. The maturity date of the note is
An entry that is the exact opposite of an adjusting entry is known as a(n)
If corporations record employee income tax payable, they do not need to record federal income tax expense.
If you initially record supplies as an expense, the amt. in the exp. acct. before adjustment equals the beg. bal. in the supplies exp. acct. + all supplies bought during the period
Wilson, Inc. signs a 90-day, 8% note for $5,000. The entry would be recorded in the cash payments journal.
The day a note is due is called the
The adjusting entry for supplies is made only when financial statements need to be prepared. This fact is an application of which accounting concept?
An amount paid for the use of money for a period of time is called
In order to recognize salary expense as a liability in the period in which employees provided their services, the company records accrued salary expense as a(n)
Wilson, Inc. signed a 90-day, 9% note for $3,000. The interest due at maturity is
Promissory notes signed by a business and given to a creditor are called
The % of the principal that is paid for use of the money is called the
Notes payable due within the next year are classified as
The interest rate that banks charge their most creditworthy customers is called the prime rate.
Corporations pay estimated federal income taxes quarterly. Any unpaid federal income tax is recorded as a prepaid expense.
Wilson, Inc. initially records prepaid insurance as an asset; therefore, it should record a reversing entry for insurance.
If supplies are initially recorded as assets, the adjusting entry to record the use of supplies is a debit to Supplies and a credit to Supplies Expense.
After the adjusting entry has been recorded for sales supplies, the asset amount represents the portion of sales supplies not used during the current fiscal period.
if the adjusting entry included a debit to the asset account and a credit to the expense account, the reversing entry would include a debit to the expense and a credit to the asset
Adjusting entries are recorded so that the supplies used during a fiscal period are reported as expenses & the supplies not used are reported as assets. This is an application of
To determine if a reversing entry is needed, accountants apply which of the following rules?
Wilson, Inc. signs a 180-day, 8% note for $6,000. The interest due on the note at maturity will be
The beg. bal. of Supplies is $12,000, and the adjusting entry to record the supplies used is $8,000. The amount of supplies remaining at the end of the period is
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What command allows you to print the formula sheet?
How many parts are there to the IF command?
How many groups are there in the formula tab?
Excel files are saved as a...?
How many formulas does Excel contain?
FV stands for what?
Which one of these is a mixed constant?
Which key is for the Help menu?
Every formula starts with what?
Where is the name box located?
Kinetic energy depends on
Gravitational potential energy depends on
Which of the following types of energy is not a renewable resource
Which of the following sentences describes a conversion from chemical energy to thermal energy?
When energy changes from one form to another, some of the energy always changes into
When a bat hits a baseball, which of the following is transferred from the bat to the ball?
As a baseball flies through the air after being hit, which of the following types of energy does it have?
Which of the following is the formula for finding kinetic energy?
What is a force that opposes motion between two surfaces that are toughing called
What happens when electrical energy is changed to thermal energy?
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Who is the group of Celts that settled in Britain?
The famous celtic king.
Described the celts as:
Who is the roman emperor that defeated by celts?
How many miles of stone roads?
What is the fermented beverages made from honey?
The story teller and honored members of society.
Celtic beliefs that the God/spirits controlled all aspects.
Chief of a tribe that called bronding and a friend of Beowulf.
Who is the father of history?
What does NOT describe limited government
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Which systems is best identified by delivering oxygen, hormones, and removing waste.
This system moves food through the digestive system and allows the body to move
This system is primarily known for secreting hormones into blood and other body fluids
This system supplies oxygen to the blood and removes carbon dioxide.
This identifies the digestive system
This system is made of hair, skin and nails.
This system is made of the brain and dendritic connections
This system uses the kidneys and lungs.
The reproductive system can help create
Wilson Company signs a 180-day, 10% note for $7,000. The source document for this transaction is a receipt.
On Dec. 31, Wilson Co. owes 20 days worth of accrued interest on a $4,000 note payable at 9% interest. The adjusting entry includes a debit to Interest Payable for $20.
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