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4. It is one of the four pillars that implies learning how to learn by developing one’s concentration, memory skills, and ability to think.
5. It is one of the four pillars so to be able to act creatively in one’s environment.
6. It is one of the four pillars that participate in and cooperate with other people in all human
7. It is one of the four pillars that develop one’s personality and to act with ever greater autonomy,
8. It is an abstract system of word meaning and symbols for all aspects of culture.
9. It is the language of gestures, expressions and postures.
10. It refers to the attitudes, values, customs and behavior patterns that characterize a social group.
The ff. are the component parts of a social structure except:
The ff. are the basic forms of social interaction except:
A handshake, for instance, is an example of:
Listening, observing, asking questions, data gathering and note taking are the examples of:
Facilitator, catalyst, monitor and evaluator are all:
Which of the ff. is one of the universal aims of education?
One of the universal aims of education that means preserving each individuals originality and creative ingenuity, along with realism.
One of the universal aims of education that respects the many-sidedness of personality as essential in education if the individual is to develop for himself as well as for others.
One of the universal aims of education that based on scientific and technological training.
One of the universal aims of education that consists of preparing the individual for life in society, moving him/her into a coherent moral.
How can I solve linear equations?
When solving by graphing, what is the first step?
When solving for substitution, what is the first step?
When solving with elimination, what is the first step?
The solution should be in point form (x,y)
When graphing you need to have the equations in point slope form.
Elimination can be solve several ways.
This test is easy
Y=2x +3, 2 is the slope and 3 is the y intercept
Graphing is the easiest.
For a solar eclipse to occur, the alignment must be
During what phase of the moon can a lunar eclipse occur?
You are less likely to see a total solar eclipse than a total lunar eclipse because
A total solar eclipse is visible from
During a total lunar eclipse, an observer on Earth would see
During a total lunar eclipse the moon is in Earth's
The duration of a lunar eclipse is
The red color during a lunar eclipse is due to
What is the correct alignment during a total lunar eclipse?
The moon's orbit is tilted about _____ degrees relative to Earth's orbit around the sun.
The darkest part of the moon's shadow is called the
The partial or total blocking of one object in space by another is called a(n)
A __________ eclipse occurs when a new moon blocks your view of the sun.
The part of the shadow surrounding the darkest part of the shadow is called the
A ____________ eclipse occurs at a full moon when Earth is directly between the moon and the sun.
In photosynthesis, what is sunlight transfered into?
What is the chemical formula for photosynthesis?
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The application of technology to the study or manipulation of living things.
It involves using biotechnology-designed organisms to clean up oil or other spills.
A United States Supreme Court case dealing with whether genetically modified organisms can be patented.
A test to identify and evaluate the genetic information called DNA in a person's cells.
The anaerobic conversion of sugar to carbon dioxide and alcohol by yeast.
A region of DNA that controls a hereditary characteristic.
The branch of biology that deals with heredity, especially the mechanisms of hereditary transmission and the variation of inherited characteristics among similar or related organ
A laboratory technique used by scientists to change the DNA of living organisms.
A class of undifferentiated cells that are able to differentiate into specialized cell types.
The transplantation of living cells, tissues or organs from one species to another, such as from pigs to humans.
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The point beneath the earth's surface where the rock that is under stress breaks, triggering an earthquake
Vibrations that travel through Earth carrying the energy released during an earthquake
The half of the fault that lies below
Stress that pulls on the crust, stretching rock so that it becomes thinner in the middle like bubble gum
A measurement of earthquake strength based on seismic waves
Any change in the volume or shape or earth's crust
Stress that squeezes rock until it folds or breaks like a giant stick
A break in earth's crust
The shaking and trembling that results from movement of rock beneath earth's surface
Stress that pushes a mass of rock in two opposite directions
The point on the the earth's surface directly above the focus
A force that acts on rock changing its shape or volume
Strength of ground motion in a given place
Records the ground movements caused by seismic waves as they move through the Earth
The half of the fault that lies above
Most _______________ begin in the lithosphere
The Moment Magnitude Scale is a rating system that estimates the total _______________ released by an earthquake.
Primary waves are the _______________ waves to arrive.
The Mercalli Scale measures earthquakes according to their _______________
Surface waves produce the most _______________ ground movements
Which pair shpws equivalent numbers?
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1. Like all plants, mosses have
2. The survival of plants depends on
3. Among the following, the plants that reproduce by seeds are the
Ferns are plants that
Which of the following characteristics does NOT apply to members of the plant kingdom?
The first plants evolved from an organism similar to today's
Of the following terms, the one that is the LEAST related to the others is
Because of the lack of water in the desert, which of the following are capable of living in this type of environment?
Maple trees are
The plants that are recognized as ferns are actually diploid
What was a respected spirit in ancient China?
The people of ancient China believed that the silt in the fields was caused by the....
People described the rivers as dragons. Which of the following is a correct description
What pysical feature is located in the northern part of China?
What is the climate like in the north?
What is the climate like in the south?
What separates China from the rest of the world?
Separation from the rest of the world meant that China did not know anything about other...
The Chinese called themselves the Middle Kingdom because they thought that they...
The first civilizations in China began along...
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When do most people realize there is a problem with their posture or positioning at the keyboard?
When typing for extended periods of time, which of these is recommended?
Developing good typing technique can be compared to
There is a benefit to learning to type properly
Which protocol is used to send Web pages from a Web server to a Web browser?
Which choice lists the two principal methods of connecting to the Internet through an Internet Service Provider (ISP)?
Which statement accurately describes the difference between a traditional modem and an ISDN line?
What is the least expensive way to access the Internet?
You are leading a project that will collect vast amounts of data, which will need processing. In your research, you learn about a technology in which volunteers can install a small application on personal computers to receive, process and return info
When Web users enter the URL www.CIWcertified.com in their browser address bar, they can access the official CIW Web site at the IP address 72.44.192.233. Which technology enables users to do this, instead of having to remember and enter the IP addre
Which of the following is considered an original Internet top-level domain?
Which protocol is used to receive e-mail messages from an incoming mail server, and forces you to download e-mail messages before reading, deleting or otherwise managing them?
The SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) project collected vast amounts of data that needed processing. SETI was one of the early adopters of a technology in which volunteers installed a small application on personal computers to receive,
How does a LAN differ from a WAN?
Approximately how many numeric IP addresses are possible with IPv4?
Six elements are required to connect to the Internet. Which one of the six required elements can be satisfied by any of several examples including PC, smartphone, smart TV or tablet?
Consider the following address: http://www.CIWcertified.com/courses/iba.htm. Which part of this address represents the domain name?
Ange works as an Administrative Assistant for a small business that uses an SaaS service for sales orders and customer accounting (similar to Salesforce.com). Ange makes sure to save accurate records about current projects, and she performs regular b
In an Ethernet network, all data travels across the network and between computers in which form or unit?
Which term is used to describe a computer that is responsible for storing and providing information requested by a client application?
IPv4 addresses use a 32-bit address format that is divided into four sets of numbers. What is the term for this address?
What is an Internet Service Provider (ISP)?
Companies increasingly want to allow employees to share files directly without having to maintain servers to provide FTP access. Which technology can companies use to maximize processing power while protecting privacy and sensitive materials?
Consider the following address: http://www.CIWcertified.com/Courses/Web_Foundations/iba.htm. Which part of this address represents the protocol being used to send the page information from the server to the computer of the user who requested it?
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El peso
Un gramo es más grande que
En un día soleado, tú observas que unas nubes grises se acercan. Piensas que va a llover. Tú estás haciendo
¿Cuál de estos términos expresa una medida de distancia?
La densidad de agua es
El volumen se puede medir en
¿Cuál de los siguientes es un método aceptable para medir directamente el volumen usando el sistema métrico?
¿Por qué son importantes las unidades estandarizadas?
¿Cuántos metros hay en 3710 milímetros?
Antes de que los científicos declaren que una idea o solución es verdadera, ¿Qué deben asegurarse de hacer?
13 metros es igual a _______ kilometros (km).
5 mililitros (mL) es igual a ______ litros.
¿Qué usas para medir masa?
¿Qué es la formula para determinar la densidad?
La quimica es
La fisica es
La astronomia es
La geologia es
Which layer of Earth controls the magnetic field?
What is the direct evidence gathered by geolgists about Earth's interior?
_____ is when the ocean floor sinks beneath a deep-ocean trench and back into the mantle.
Two plates slip past each other in opposite directions at this type of boundary.
Which layer of Earth is under the greatest amount of pressure?
Which type of rock is oceanic crust mostly made out of?
Which of the following landforms can form at a convertgent boundary?
When you burn your hand on a hot pan, this is an example of which type of heat transfer?
Which layers of Earth have convection currents?
Which of the following landforms is formed at a divergent boundary?
When molten material rises up during sea-floor spreading, ______ are formed.
Boiling water is an example of which type of heat transfer?
Which part of the mantle is made of soft rock that bends like plastic?
As depth increases towards the center of the Earth,
Warming your hands in front of a fire, is an example of which type of heat transfer?
Which layer of Earth is broken into sections called plates?
Which layer of Earth is a dense ball of solid metal?
Convection currents in the mantle cause
Geologists gather indirect evidence about Earth's interior by
According to Wegener's hypothesis of continental drift
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What evidence do scientists use to assemble the geologic time scale.
What is the name of the Era that takes up most of Earth's timeline but has very primitive plants and animals.
At the beginning of time, the Earth was going through which processes?
The Era of Earth's history dominated by marine life.
At the end of each Era there was a
During the Paleozoic Era,
The era of Earth's history dominated by reptiles including dinosaurs.
The era of Earth's history dominated by mammals and flowering plants.
Scientists believe the continents are moving which would explain Pangea - what causes the continents to move?
The eras of Earth time go in which order(from beginning to present)
Wha tis the correct order of the layers of Earth, starting from the outside working your way in?
What is Pangaea?
Wegener's ideo of continental drift was rejected because
In sea-floor spreading, molten material rises from the mantle and erupts
Earth's mantle is
Using data from seismic waves, geologists have learned that Earth's interior is made up of several
Most geologist think that the movement of Earth's plates is caused by
The process by which the ocean floor sinks beneath a deep-ocean trench and back into the mantle is known as
The place where 2 plates come together is known as a
In the mantle, heat is transferred as soft rock flows slowly in cycles known as
Weather is:
Climate is:
The climate of a desert is:
The Tropical climate can be described as:
Plants were watered in the beginning by:
Event believed to be triggered by the Flood:
Trapping of heat in the earth's atmosphere is:
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Evolution
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NaturalSelection
HomologousStructure
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CommonDescent
In 1859, Darwin published his revolutionary scientific ideas in a work entitled
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How do you spell Football?
What shape makes up a football?
Football is what type of sport?
How many players are on the field at one time?
A football field makes what shape?
How long is a football field?
How wide is a football field?
How can a offense score points?
What is the most popular sport in the United States?
What is the most popular league?
What provides most of the energy on the Earth?
Conduction is the transfer of thermal energy by
Convection is the transfer of thermal energy by
When a substance is heated (like a gas or a liquid) the molecules move faster causing the substance to expand. As it expands it becomes ______ dense.
As a substance cools, the molecules slow down and contract. The substance becomes _____ dense.
What is heat transfer by the collsion of particles?
Why does a warm liquid rise above a cooler liquid?
What is the transfer of heat from one part of a fluid to another?
What is the density of a rock with a mass of 10g and a volume of 5 cubic cm?
What is the density of an object with a volume of 30ml and a mass of 150 g?
What was the effect of the Lewis and Clark expedition?
Territorial Expansion in the United States from 1801-1861 best describes which idea about the United States?
What territory was added as a result of war with Mexico?
Westward migration was influenced by what?
What new territory was added to the United States that was bought by Jefferson from France, doubled the size of the United States, and was explored by Lewis and Clark/?
Who created the cotton gin?
What was the effect of the invention of Jo Anderson and Cyrus McCormicks reaper?
The artist of a political cartoon about women\'s suffrage would most likely have believed the view that-
Which movement would Fredrick Douglass have represented?
What was the effect on women being denied the right to vote, denied educational opportunities, and denied equal opportunities in business?
Where does "To Build a Fire" take place?
Which pair of words best describes the dog?
What does the man do after he runs out of matches?
Which statement is a fact about the story?
What is the theme of the story?
What is the meaning of the word hostile?
What is the meaning of the word instinct?
What is the meaning of the word elements?
What is a synonym for the work sufficient?
Fill in the blank. The dog could tell from the man's _______ that the situation was bad.
Being educated gives you the _________ to do become whatever you want to be in life.
I felt ashamed when I couldn\'t ___________ my close cousin at the family reunion.
The camp was so cold that we had to _________around the camp fire.
As we became closer to Six Flags, I felt as though I would __________ with joy.
Traveling from Mississippi to New York seemed like the longest ___________ ever!
I had to _____________ my little brother when he fell and scraped his knee.
I ________ to do my homework whenever I make it home.
The cake ___________ of eggs, butter, milk, sugar, and flour.
Sometimes I can't __________ all the homework I have to do when I make it home
The very ___________ man begin gloating after he won the gold medal.
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Why does the metal part of your seatbelt get hot?
Which of these tools will measure a physical property?
What is an insulator?
What is the MELTING point of water?
Which of the following has the greatest density and would sink in water?
Another term for technology is
The process of gathering information through senses is called
A testable prediction about a possible solution to a problem is called
If some of the liquid in a graduated cylinder evaporated, how would the amount of liquid change?
What is the unit of measure used on graduated cylinders
A factor that is changed and tested in an experiment is
The process by which a liquid changes to a gas
The temperature of a liquid, height of a plant, or an observation that one object is smaller than another are all examples of collecting
Which is a more complete model of feeding relationships?
Which of the following is not a producer?
Nitrogen is used by
As you move up the levels in an energy pyramid, the amount of energy
The process of freezing
Which of the following is not a possible sign of a physical change?
The measurement of an object's mass is a
The ability of a pond to freeze over in winter 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
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In Russia, the boyars were
In the mid-1600s, the group that was LEAST dependent on the labor of serfs was
Ivan the Terrible's cruelty was aimed mainly at
Most of the early battles of the Thirty Years' War were won by the
Peter the Great's main reason for visiting the West was to
The first Russian ruler to adopt the title czar, meaning caesar, was
The site for St. Petersburg was chosen because it was near
The War of the Austrian Succession was fought over the possession of lands belonging to
Under Maria Theresa, Austria's greatest enemy was
What concept was the belief in divine right used to support?
What did Frederick the Great believe a ruler should be?
What event led to the War of the Spanish Succession?
What king became France's most powerful ruler and boasted I am the state?
What political purpose did the splendid palace at Versailles serve?
What problem helped to weaken the Spanish Empire?
What was the Edict of Nantes issued in an effort to do?
What was the main cause of the eight civil wars that were fought in France between 1562 and 1598?
What was the significance of the English Bill of Rights?
What was the Thirty Years' War a conflict over?
What were some of Philip II's accomplishments as king of Spain?
What were some of the things Peter the Great did to westernize Russia?
Which of the following did the Glorious Revolution bring to England's throne?
Which of the following did the Restoration restore to power in England?
Which of the following reflects the chronological order of events in English history?
Which war resulted in the beginning of the modern state system in Europe?
Which war was sparked by religious conflict and resulted in the increased power of France, the weakening of Spain and Austria, and the devastation of Germany?
Who inherited the Austrian throne only after Charles VI had the other European powers sign an agreement declaring they would recognize the heir?
Why did Peter the Great build the city of St. Petersburg?
Why did strong states form more slowly in central Europe than in western Europe?
Which protocol is required for computers to communicate with each other over the Internet?
Which statement best describes DSL?
Which protocol is used to host newsgroups and distribute mailing lists by providing text output that users can access at their convenience and by allowing multi-person input like a conference call?
What is an anonymous FTP site?
Instead of purchasing software and hardware that must be maintained by internal
For which type of server -- used by your e-mail client -- is it especially important that you archive e-mail messages to your local hard drive?
Which term is used to describe a computer that is connected to a central server with which it can communicate and from which it can request information?
Which protocol is the Internet standard protocol for transmitting e-mail messages over networks, and is responsible solely for sending -- but not receiving -- e-mail messages?
Which U.S. government agency first funded the development of the Internet?
Which Internet resource is used to resolve IP addresses into easily recognizable text- based names?
Which of the following would be considered an effective Internet communication when posting messages to a newsgroup?
Which statement best describes an E3 connection?
Every domain name is unique. Once registered, it cannot be used by an unauthorized organization or individual. What organization is responsible for managing domain names?
Which definition best describes a network?
Direct connections provide continuous access to the Internet. Many bandwidth options are associated with direct connections. Which technology can transmit data over a network connection at speeds up to 1.544 Mbps?
Which Internet resource is used to resolve domain names to IP addresses?
Which protocol is often used to publish Web pages to a Web server?
Which protocol allows you to browse and manage e-mail messages while they reside on the mail server?
What is a node?
How many mail servers does the use of e-mail involve?
Effective typing speeds should be at least ___ to ___ times your handwriting speed
Developing typing technique can be compared to what other activity
what is the basic minimum typing speed required by many employers?
When learning to type, people usually learn _____ the keys are quickly
In terms of typing, what is the only thinking that should be done
what type of learning is involved with learning to type?
which of these will hurt developing good typing speed
which finger should be used to strike the Q
which finger should be used to strike the B key
which finger should be used to strike the N
Which finger should be used to strike the Y key
what is the name of the keyboard on your machine?
How many keys are on the QWERTY keyboard
Which term is described as: the study of people's efficiency in their work environment
Originally, the QWERTY keyboard was designed for which device?
How many times has the design of the QWERTY keyboard been changed
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Make "la bandera" plural.
Make "la voz" plural.
Make "El banco" plural
Make "un calendario" plural.
Make "las puertas" singular
Make "unos cuchillos" singular
Make "el papel" plural
Make "los telefonos" singular
A noun:
Make "la conversacion" plural
Which numbers are in the correct order?
Son las cinco y media de la manana
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make "unos" singular
Which would mean "the paper"?
Which would mean "the computer"
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It's 11:45pm
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It's 1:25pm
A South Wind blows to the
An anemometer measures
Wind travels from
What wind can be caused by unequal heating over long distances
The Coriolis Effect is caused by Earth's rotation from
Calm areas where there is no wind are
Horse latitudes occur at
Which of the following is not a wind belt?
The polar front usually occurs where warm air meets polar air at
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This is the atomic symbol for Chlorine
This is the atomic symbol for Sodium
This is the atomic symbol for lead
This is the atomic symbol for Mercury
This is the atomic symbol for Iron
This is the atomic symbol for Gold
This is the atomic symbol for Titanium
This is the atomic symbol for Platinum
This is the atomic symbol for Potassium
This is the atomic symbol for Copper
The muddiest River in the world is....
Loess is what makes the Huang River look...
What grain grows best in northern China?
The Huang River would sometimes flood without warning, causing death and destruction, which is why it is also known by this name.
The Chinese people built these to try to control the flooding.
Where is China located?
What prevented China from having a lot of contact with the rest of the world?
What are the geographical barriers that surround China?
How did the geography help China's development?
How did the geography hurt China's development?
What are the two main rivers of China?
What did the rivers in China do from time to time?
What is another name for the Huang River?
What is another name for the Yangtze river?
What is the fertile yellow soil of the Huang river called?
Why was the Great wall of China built?
What is climate?
What is weather?
What are monsoons?
What crop grows well in northern China?
Biotechnology is the application of technology to the study or manipulation of
How long has mankind been performing biotechnology?
What was the key to the emergence of the biotechnology industry in the 1900s?
Which of the following is an example of forensics?
Pharmaceuticals fall into which category of biotechnology?
Decreasing pesticide applications falls into which category of biotechnology?
Which of the following is NOT a biotechnology procedure?
Which of the following is performed by a bioindustry supplier?
Which of the following is NOT an example of genetic engineering?
Which of the following would be characteristic of an animal rights activist?
What crop grows well in southern China?
Where did Chinese civilization begin?
What are summer monsoons like?
What are winter monsoons like?
What did the ancient Chinese believe ruled the rivers?
Summer monsoon winds come from which direction?
Winter monsoon winds come from which direction?
What river is also know as "China's sorrow"?
What river is also know as "Yellow river"?
What river is also known as the "Chang river"?
Which of the following would be characteristic of a biomedical researcher?
Which of the following is an example of xenotransplantation?
Which of the following court ruling made DNA patentable?
Which of the following needs to be considered from an ethical standpoint?
Which of the following is a laboratory technique used by scientists to change the DNA of living organisms?
Which of the following is a class of undifferentiated cells that are able to differentiate into specialized cell types?
Which of the following is a test to identify and evaluate the genetic information called DNA in a person's cells?
What is a gene?
Who discovered the DNA molecular structure?
Who was the only person who has won two undivided Nobel Prizes?
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What is a noun?
Solve: 6 + 1 = 3 +_____
Which word is a noun?
What is 23 + 17 =
What is 14 + 58 =
Which number is in the tens place in the number 1,568?
What is the expanded form for 6,562?
What is the synonym for cold?
What is an antonym (opposite) of happy?
What one is a complete sentence?
Which word comes first in ABC order? kitchen, dishes, food, people
Which number is even?
Which number is odd?
What type of sentence is bossy?
Which typ of sentence asks questions?
Solve: 23 + 45 =
How many syllables are in the word recess?
What is the noun in this sentence? The kids went swimming.
What type of sentence is this? What time will we eat lunch today?
What are the four countries who are primarily responsible for exploring and colonizing North America?
Which country defeated the Spanish Armada (fleet of ships) and was responsible for attacks on the Spanish fort at St. Augustine?
Which of the following country had a strong trading relationship with the Natives and later became allies in war?
Which country conquered the Native Aztecs and Incas in present day Mexico and South America?
Which country dealt with almost immediate attacks from the Natives once arriving in North America to colonize?
Which of the following was a reason that all four countries shared in their desire to explore and colonize North America?
Which country discovered gold and motivated other countries to join in the exploration of North America?
Which country was motivated to explore in hopes of becoming a commerical power, and become a leader in trade?
What country explored parts of modern day Canada and the Atlantic coast of North America?
What country explored modern day Florida, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Southwest portion of North America?
What country explored and settled a small part of the Atlantic coast in modern-day New York and New Jersey?
What country explored parts of Canada, the MIssissippi River area, and Florida?
Which country took over the area controlled by the Dutch (New Amsterdam) after attacking them?
Which two countries faced struggles with the environment where they settled?
What country did the Spanish push out of Florida?
What country explored in hopes of converting native people to Christianity?
What was the name of the first English colony in North America that failed when all the people disappeared?
Which country set up the colony of Jamestown?
What was the name of the man who married Pocahontas and brought peace between the settlers and Natives in Jamestown?
Which of the following was NOT a problem faced by Jamestown settlers?
What type of land was Jamestown located on?
Who was the chief of the local Native tribe near Jamestown?
Who was considered a strong Jamestown leader who traded with the Natives, made maps, and forced all colonists to work?
What crop did John Rolfe start planting to help Jamestown make a profit?
Which of the following best describes the Jamestown settlers relationship with the Native Americans?
Where is Jamestown located?
What was a called when a group of former indentured servants rebelled and set fire to Jamestown due to a lack of protection from the Natives?
What was it called when thousands of people left England and came to Massachusetts because of political, economic, and religious problems?
The Great Migration led many Puritans to which region?
Which region was originally controlled by the Dutch until the English captured New Amsterdam?
The Toleration Act of 1649 was passed allowing religious freedom in which colony?
Which colonies are included in the New England Region?
Which colonies are included in the Southern Region?
Which colonies are included in the Middle Region?
Which region contained the first college built in the colonies (Harvard)?
In which region was the first colony created?
Unemployment is a ____ problem in many parts of the world.
The door is ____ . I can't open it without a key.
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Kes oli eesti esimene president?
Mis aastal lõppes põhjasõda?
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What type of items do service industries produce?
What is one of the geopgraphic features shared by both Canada and the US?
Invasion and colonization change the characteristics of a culture by
North America is in which hemisphere?
Businesses left to set their own standards will lack
Which one is NOT a reason to limit government?
Which part of the US would NOT be good for farming
The people who work are called what?
The early settlers in the US settled where?
Which one is NOT a way to measure the economic development of a country?
Which of the following was not a typical role of a woman in colonial times?
Which of the following describes the education of most children in the colonies?
Which Native American led a war against the colonists?
The Native Americans engaged in wars with each other for what reason?
Which of the following types of items did the colonists trade the Natives?
What types of items did the Natives trade to the colonists?
Slave codes were laws that forbid slaves to do all BUT which of the following
Slaves in the South often did what type of work?
Which of the following is not a type of work children would do?
How did women contribute to the decision making process in the colonies?
A student records the height of two ivy plants while giving one water and one no water. What is the student doing?
Why do scientists repeat experiments?
Which mixture maintains its physical properties?
Which mixture maintains, or keeps, its physical properties when mixed together?
Which mixture can be separated with a magnet?
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Which sentence has all words spelled correctly?
Which sentence has all words spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which sentence has all words spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which sentence has all words spelled correctly?
What is the redheads name
what is hilary\\\'s name
what age am i
what is the color of the sky
who loves hilary
how bored are we right now from 1-10?
how many questions do i have left ?
how much does hilary love Andrea?
what hurts?
who's going to Disney tomorrow ?!
Students listen to a podcast about an economic concept.
All students contribute to a single set of math notes that the teacher writes while being projected on the screen.
Students use Microsoft Publisher to produce travel brochures in world affairs class.
Students use excel spreadsheets with formulas to figure out payments with a variety of interest rates.
Students create a presentation on the novel they read.
Students complete a virtual dissection of a frog and submit the lab report in a format of thieir choosing.
Students do a virtual dissection of a frog and electronically submit findings, in a format of their choosing, that compare the frog to the anatomy of a human
Students are told to research a specific human rights issue and then create a presentation that illustrates their thoughts on possible actions that can be taken.
Students develop their own questions about cells which leads to creating a lab, a hypothesis, collecting and analyzing data and submitting a final product to the teacher.
Students select a product or event around which they develop an online marketing campaign. They also conduct action research into the campaign's effectiveness.
Me llamo Patty Bachman
Tengo tres hijos: Lily, Vincent, y Neil.
Soy de Hamilton, Ohio.
Estoy en Villa Hills, KY.
Adriana es la chica alta que usa gafas.
Voy al cine.
Voy con Pablo.
Prefiero la sudadera gris a la sudadera blanca?
Voy al cine por que no me gusta ir a los partidos de basquetbol.
Voy al cine en autobus, por que no puedo manejar (drive)
Yo ___________ en la clase de espanol.
Mis amigos no _________ en clase.
Tu __________ en la Florida? Estoy celosa (I'm jealous)!
Vince, Lily, y yo ______ a VMA hoy.
La bandera _______ encima de la pizarra.
Villa Hills _________ al lado del rio Ohio.
Los libros ________ encima del escritorio.
Manuela _____ detras de la puerta.
El sacapuntas __________ detras del escritorio de la Sra. Bachman
Paco, tu lapiz ________ debajo de la silla.
El escritorio de la Sra. Bachman esta ________ de la ventana.
El estante rojo (the red bookshelf) esta _____ de la bandera.
La computadora esta _____ del escritorio de la Sra. Bachman
El estante verde (the green bookcase) esta _____ del estante anaranjado.
Las escobas (the brooms) estan ____de la puerta.
La bolsa para la computadora (the bag for the computer) esta ____ del escritorio.
La sala del Sr. Tilley esta____ de la sala de la Sra. Bachman
La sala de la Sra. Yuenger esta___ de la sala de la Sra. Suarez
Cincinnati esta ____ del Rio Ohio.
El Edificio Centro (the Center Building) esta ____ del Edificio Main
Stress that pushes a mass of rock in two opposite directions is called
Because stress is a force, it
A force that acts on rock to change its shape or volume is called
Which type of stress force produces a reverse fault?
In a normal fault, the part of the fault that lies below the other part is called the
In a strike-slip fault, the rocks on either side of the fault slip past each other sideways with little
The stress force that causes a mass of rock to pull apart or twist in opposite directions is called
Shearing creates_________ faults, like the San Andreas fault in California.
The block of rock that lies above a fault is called the
A fault that is formed when compression causes the hanging wall to move over the footwall is called a
The distance an object travels in a certain period of time is called -
Speed in a specific direction is called
All of the following are examples of ACCELERATION except
A dog is sleeping under a tree when it sees a squirrel run by. The dog runs at 3.5m/s in 15s to chase the squirrel. What was its average rate of acceleration?
The final velocity minus the initial velocity divided by time, is the formula for
The speed and direction of motion is -
A plane flew 2000 kilometers, from Virginia to California, in five hours. What was the velocity of the plane during the flight?
All of the following are examples of acceleration EXCEPT
Aaron rowed his canoe 60 meters in 15seconds. At what speed was his boat moving?
The distance an object travels in some amount of time is called -
The point beneath Earth's surface where rock breaks under stress and triggers an earthquake is called the
The type of seismic waves that arrive at the surface first and move by compressing and expanding the ground like an accordion are called
S waves are also known as
Compared to P waves and S waves, surface waves move
In what direction do seismic waves carry the energy of an earthquake?
What type of earthquake wave can travel through both liquids and solids?
Which scale would most likely be used to tell how much earthquake damage was done to other homes and buildings?
The rating system that estimates the total energy released by an earthquake is called the
The seismic waves that travel along Earth's surface and produce the most severe ground movements are called
Vibrations that move through the ground carrying the energy released during an earthquake are called
The rate at which speed changes is called
Which value is a velocity?
Timothy runs 51m in 14s. What is his speed? S=D/T
What is the velocity of a dancer moving 7 meters towards the left side of the stage over the course of 20 seconds?
A student needs to travel a total of 400 miles to reach his vacation destination. If he drives at an average speed of 50 mph, how many hours will it take for him to complete th
A helium balloon is carried by the wind at a constant speed of 10.17mph. How far did the balloon travel in one day?
During the final straight stretch of a race, a runner increases her speed from 4.2m/s to 9.1 m/s in 4 seconds. What is the acceleration of the runner?
A student drives at a constant speed. In the first 2 hours she travels 66 miles. How far will she have traveled after 5 hours?
A car increases its speed from 30 mph to 80 mph in 3 seconds. What is the acceleration of the car?
A student can ride his bicycle at an average speed of 6 mph. If he cycles for 4 hours, how far can he travel?
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Autotrophs are organisms that can
Which of the following best describes the main purpose of photosynthesis?
Which organelle is responsible for capturing energy from sunlight?
The flattened, coin-shaped membrane sacs located within the chloroplast.
Which of the following is produced during light reactions and provides energy for the Calvin cycle?
Which of the following are released when water molecules are split?
Which of the following is not part of cellular respiration?
What is the overall purpose of cellular respiration?
This word means to break down sugar.
What is the reciprocal of 2/3?
What is the reciprocal of 3/2?
What is the reciprocal of 1/5?
What is the reciprocal of 5/4?
What is the reciprocal of 8/3
What is the reciprocal of 8?
What is the reciprocal of 9/10
What is the reciprocal of 123/34
What is the reciprocal of 8/7?
What is the reciprocal of 1/89
What are two gifts of the Holy Spirit?
Every human being is_________.
What is holiness?
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The word overeat would mean.
What does the suffix -or mean? Example words creator, illustrator
A historian would be someone who has certain skills in the area of .
Which suffix would you add to the root of the word science to describe a person who belongs or has to do with the field of science?
Adding - ible to the root flex would mean what?
The suffix -ous was added to a root to make the word anxious. Which of the following would be the best meaning of the new word.
When the suffix -ic is added to a word it means ..
Adding the prefix il- to the word legal would make the word mean....
Adding -ed to a root would change the verb to which tense?
Which word would mean - full of caution
American flag is Red, white and...
TV is the abbreviation for
You use this device to enter words into a computer
In order to talk to someone in Florida you use this device
These go on your feet
Which not a sport
Healthy grass should be this color
H2O is commonly called
the number after 5 is
Sharks are found in
Plants need this to live
You get clean in this place
Speakers give off
A toothbrush is used to clean this part of the body
17-5 is
7 x 7 =
A washing machine cleans these..
In science, g stands for
The month after May
USA stands for
What are some synonyms for the word problem?
What are some synonyms for the word solution?
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Mis on visuaalne keel?
Mis on oluline kompositsioonivisandis?
Mitu meelt on inimesel?
Mis vahe on soojadel ja külmadel värvidel?
Mis vahe on kergetel ja rasketel värvidel?
Mis riik võttis esimesena kasutusele ISO paberisuurused?
Milline mõiste siit ei seostu sõnaga sümmeetria?
Kus asub Islami arhitektuuri pärl Alhambra loss?
Mille järgi on äratuntavad monumendid?
Mida pannakse tavaliselt ajalehe esikaanel esimesena tähele?
Who has to follow the BPS acceptable use policy?
When do you need to follow this policy?
Which of the following devices are covered in the policy?
What should you do if someone sends your something inappropriate online?
What is not allowed to be downloaded?
Which statement is true?
When should you use someone else's password?
Which of the following is not personal information?
Which of the following is true?
How should you navigate the internet?
Which one of the following substances listed below is a fossil fuel?
Recycling is an important way to reduce resource consumption because
Petroleum and natural gas form from
Hydroelectric power produces electricity using
Energy transfers mean
What is energy efficiency?
All of the following are forms of energy except
We can measure energy in
The United States uses most of its energy in
Which of the following is not a renewable resource?
Which word is an adjective?
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A cat jumps when startled by a loud noise. This is an example of an organism
In order to survive, all organisms must have
Which term describes an organisms ability to maintain a stable internal environment?
When a human exercises, sweat often forms on the skin. Sweating is an example of the human body’s ability to
Although change in multicellular species usually takes thousands of years, some species of bacteria undergo major changes in just a few years. One reason for this difference is tha
Which group is made up of organisms that are all members of the same kingdom?
Why should the student make sure the edge of the coverslip touches the drop of water before setting the coverslip onto the slide?
Which structure is found in a plant cell but not inan animal cell?
Which part of the scope is used to brind the image of the object on the slide into focus
The structures found in a living cell can be compared to the parts of a factory that produces cars. Which part of the factory is most similar to the nucleus of a living cell?
What does a seismograph record?
Geologists cannot yet predict earthquakes because
Geologists know that wherever plate movement stores energy in the rock along faults,
Which of the following can cause damage days or months after a large earthquake?
If the Coast Guard warns of a giant wave of water approaching the shore as a result of a major earthquake, they are warning of
The best way to protect yourself inan earthquake is to
Most earthquake-related deaths and injuries result from
The process in which the violent shaking of an earthquake turns soft soil into liquid mud is called
The earthquake that occurs shortly after a larger earthquake is
Earthquake damage can be reduced by making buildings more_______ so they twist and bend without breaking.
Which term identifies a group of cells that work together to perform a similar function?
Which sequence lists the levels of organization in the human body from simplest to most complex?
Cells are to tissues as tissues are to
Organisms are classified as insects based on their
Which two organisms belong to the same kingdom?
What happens to a cell when you increase the magnification?
Where does photosynthesis occur in the plant cell?
Where is the genetic material found in the cell?
Which organelle supports and protects the cell?
Which cell organelle allows substances to enter and leave the cell?
1. A student can ride his bicycle at an average speed of 6 mph. If he cycles for 4 hours, how far can he travel?
Adam and Joe leave home at the same time. Adam travels 60 miles at a constant speed of 48 mph. Joe travels 70 miles at a constant speed of 40 mph. How long did it take Adam?
An ice skater increases her speed from 1.2 m/s to 6.7 m/s in 14 seconds. What is the acceleration of the ice skater?
A 747 airplane increases its flying speed from 565 mi/hr to 625 mi/hr at an acceleration rate of 30 mi/hr2. How many hours did it take the airplane to make this acceleration?
A space telescope was released into space. The telescope went from moving at 20 m/s to traveling at a speed of 1900 m/s in 30 seconds. What was the acceleration?
A student drove at a constant speed for 2.5 hours and traveled 95 miles. The student was traveling at a constant speed of –
A jet plane travels east for 636 meters in 6 seconds. What is the velocity of the jet plane?
A student rode in a car for 3 hours and traveled 135 miles. What was the driver’s average speed?
A meteoroid changes speed from 2.0 km/s to 2.5 km/s in 0.06 seconds. What is the acceleration of the meteoroid?
A shuttle bus accelerates 1.6 m/s2 in 5 seconds. The speed of the shuttle bus increased by –
What is the base unit for mass?
What is the base unit for volume?
What is the base unit for length?
A summary of what was learned during an experiment is:
The tool for measuring mass is:
The tool for measuring liquid volume is:
These are learned by using your senses:
The amount of space an object takes up is known as:
The amount of matter an object has is known as:
What does the abbreviation kl stand for?
This is the atomic symbol for oxygen
This is the atomic symbol for Zinc
This is the atomic symbol for Calcium
This is the atomic symbol for Einsteinium
This is the atomic symbol for Hydrogen
This is the atomic symbol for Lithium
This is the atomic symbol for Silver
This is the atomic symbol for Beryllium
This is the atomic symbol for Flourine
This is the atomic symbol for Silicon
This is the atomic symbol for Carbon
This is the atomic symbol for Boron
This is the atomic symbol for Phosphorus
This is the atomic symbol for Plutonium
This is the atomic symbol for Helium
This is the atomic symbol for Neon
This is the atomic symbol for Tin
This is the atomic symbol for Nitrogen
This is the atomic symbol for Sulfer
This is the atomic symbol for Magnesium
Volcanic belts form along
Before lava reaches the surface, the molten material is called
The volcanoes along converging oceanic plate boundaries may form
The formation of the Hawaiian Islands is one example of
A major volcanic belt known as the ___________ circles the Pacific Ocean
Mountains that are formed by volcanoes along a coastline occur at a ______ plate boundary.
Molten material that leaves a volcano's vent is called
A ____________ is an area where material from deep within the mantle rises and then melts, forming magma
A ________ is a weak spot in the crust where melted material comes to the surface.
Magma rises to the surface because it is ________ dense than solid rock.
The viscosity of magma depends upon its silica content and its
Pahoehoe is
The major ingredient of magma is
Several kilometers from a volcano, a geologist observes an old lava flow made up of dark-colored basalt rock. The geologist can infer that the lava must have had
Which of the following helps to determine how easily magma flows?
Viscosity increases as temperature
The greater the viscosity of a liquid, the ___________ it flows.
The resistance of a liquid to flowing is called _______.
A quiet eruption may produce slow moving, cooler lava that hardens to form rough chunks called
Magma flows easily when it is low in _________________.
A mineral is a substance that forms
A mineral is made up of one or more
The process by which rocks are formed from other rocks make up the
Pieces of rocks are called
Igneous rocks form when
A crystal structure is a characteristic of
When heat transforms a rock type into another rock type, what rock type if formed?
Which type of rock forms from molten rock that cools under Earth\'s surface
Which rock type forms from the cooling of lava/ magma?
If a rock has many pieces of shells and sand, what can you infer (guess) about the rock?
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In this relationship, both species benefits
In this relationship, one species benefits while the other is unaffected
Why are repeated trials important?
How can you identify the Independent (Manipulated) variable?
Why is it important to control your variables?
To test how different liquids affect plants, Bob sets up an experiment and uses all of the same species of plants, gives them all the same volume of liquid, and puts them in same environment. With this, what is Bob doing?
In an experiment using human subjects, why is it important to have lots of people in the study?
Mary wants to test how different fertilizers affect the volume of roots a rosebush grows. What is Mary's DV?
To represent the volume of roots in her rosebushes over two weeks, what is the best graph for Mary to use?
Bob is testing the effect of different liquids on plant growth. Which of the following would you expect to be a level of his independent variable?
What is the purpose of a control in an experiment?
Which data would be best represented with a bar graph?
What is Ecology?
In this relationship, one organism lives on or inside another organism and harms it
The study of life. The science that seeks to understand the living world
The process by which organisms keep their internal conditions relatively stable
Each step in a food chain or food web is called a
A consumer can also be called a
Define Autotroph
Define Heterotroph
Producer is another name for an____________
A series of steps in which organisms transfer energy by eating and/or being eaten is called a
The network of complex feeding interactions between various organisms
Each step in a food chain or food web is called a
An ecological pyramid is
Biotic factors are
Abiotic factors are
Which of the following is a biotic factor
Which of the following is an abiotic factor
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Series of predictable changes that occur in a community over time is known as
Which of the following is NOT an abiotic factor
The FFA was organized in what year?
What year were women allowed to join the FFA?
What year did the NFA merge allowing African Americans to join FFA?
In the opening ceremony, the advisor is stationed by the
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