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Who was the political ruler at the time?
What word is Yiddish?
What is a Pogram?
What is the Jewish Shabbat (Sabbath)?
Is this the first time for ArtsView to produce the musical, Fiddler on the Roof?
Economy based on customs and habits of the past.
An economy planned and controlled by the government.
An economy where business owners and customers make the economic decisions.
An economy that is a combination of a market and command economy.
An investment in education, training, skills, and health of workers.
The value of the goods and services produced in a country in a year.
When a country invests in new factories, machinery, and technology, they are investing in what?
Taxes on goods that are imported from another country.
A government ban on trade with a foreign country.
A limit on imports that may enter a country.
kind of place where an animal lives
largest group of mammals
mammals who feed on insects
a marsupial
mammal that flies
a feline
largest deer
padded cushion on a horse foot
extinct
Lays eggs
1. The major exponent of the position that society has two faces (consensus and conflict)
2. Focuses on the straggle of social classes to maintain dominance and power.
3. Argues that schools teach and maintain particular “status culture”.
4. Emphasizes the social order, stability and social regulation.
5. Those who stand above others because of their superior knowledge and reasoning abilities.
6. Education means reaching out to embrace the whole of society and the entire lifespan of the individual.
7. Education must contribute to the all-around development of each individual.
8. Refers to defined standards of desirability, goodness, and beauty which serve as broad guideline for social being.
9. Customary behavior patterns or folkways which have taken a moralistic value.
8. The linguistic relativity hypothesis asserts that language determines thought and therefore culture.
Which molecule is a source of energy, a store of energy in the body, and can mix with water?
Which of these is the smallest?
Nutritionists know that lipids are a vital nutrient that helps keep cells working properly. What is one way the cells in our bodies use lipids?
Some dog foods contain corn and wheat that provide the dog with carbohydrates. Why are carbohydrates important to cell processes?
DNA stores genetic information. What type of molecule is DNA?
Which of these is one of the six most common elements found in the human body?
Ms. Salis explains to her class that sodium (Na) and chlorine (Cl) atoms bond to make table salt (NaCl). Which is the best description of table salt?
When people eat foods high in proteins, such as meat, the body breaks down the proteins into smaller molecules. What is supplied to cells when the body breaks down proteins?
What will happen if the concentration of water inside a cell is higher than the concentration of water outside a cell?
Which molecules make up proteins?
What is the advantage of having money is a savings account rather than in CD
Which factor would most likely help someone.
A 20 year old man started depositing a $1000 a year into a savings account at 3% interest. His cousin started saving $2,000 a year in a savings acct in the same bank when she was 40 years old. Both accounts earned the same rate of interest. Today t
A student who is deciding whether to go to college should know that ,in general
If a person receives a annual interest rate of 4% on a savings account, how many years will it take for the money to double. ( 72/Interest rate)= 72/4
when the FED lowers the interest rate, it is trying to
An individual , who earns 36,000 a year, has total assets of $156,000 and liabilities of $85,000. The net worth of this individual is. ( assets- liabilities)
A smart consumer should always take which of these actions
Financial planning allows individuals to
If a person buys a five year CD certificate of deposit for $2000, the person should know that of the 5 years is prohibited
Which statement correctly tells why the cells of unicellular and multicellular organisms divide?
Prem finds an unusual object. After he examines it under a microscope, he concludes that the object is a living thing. Which of the following observations most likely led to his conclusion?
Which term describes one or more cells that carry out all of the processes needed to sustain life?
Which of the following statements describes a characteristic of eukaryote?
Eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells have some parts in common. Which of the following pairs of parts would you find in both types of cells?
What term describes the smallest unit that can perform all of the functions necessary for life?
Jayden knows that multicellular organisms are more complex than unicellular organisms. Which of the following is a characteristic of multicellular organisms?
Eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells have some parts that are different. Which of the following would you find only in a eukaryotic cell?
Some organisms consist of one cell. Other organisms consist of multiple cells. Which of the following is true of cells in a multicellular organism?
According to Theodor Schwann, all parts of organisms made up of which of the following?
What did Robert Virchow observe about cell division?
Eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells have some parts that are different. Which of the following would you find only in a eukaryotic cells?
Sleep is important for...
Metabolism means
Sleep Deprivation is bad because...
What are physical consequences of sleep deprivation?
What is a deficit?
What are recruits?
Melatonin is a
To get enough sleep you need
A.D.H.D. stands for
Which of the following should you NOT do when trying to sleep?
Tendency means
Affect means
Factor means
If you are accurate then you are...
Which of the following is an example of asubatomic particle?
What two types of particles exist within an atomic nucleus?
Oxygen has an atomic number of 8. What can you conclude from this fact?
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What is the name of the rule that allows you to incorporate numbers into specific signs.
Which one of these does NOT help to make jobs more accessible for Deaf people?
This is a part of speech that modifies or describes a noun.
This is a grammatical structure used in ASL.
Which one of these does NOT have the same sign ASL as the others?
Which one of these does NOT have the same sign ASL as the others?
Which of these is NOT a noun-verb pair?
Noun-Verb Pairs have all of the same components EXCEPT...
Which one of these does NOT have the same sign ASL as the others?
Which one of these is NOT a Loan Sign?
Which component is different for FIRED and FULL
Which component is different for COMMUNICATION and INTERVIEW
Which of the following signs does NOT use the person-marker?
When signing about time, movements in front of your body represent
When signing about time, movements towards the back of your body represent
This percentage of Deaf children have Deaf parents
This percentage of Deaf children have Hearing parents
Which one of these does NOT have the same sign ASL as the others?
The ASL sign for PAY is a
Which component is different for MANAGE and EXPLAIN?
Which of the following characteristics is most easily inferred from the measurement of a fossil skull’s cranial capacity?
Lucy’s skeleton revealed that she was bipedal. This means that she
Two distinctive features of all primates are
The age of Earth is estimated to be
What did Pasteur do in his experiments on spontaneous generation that other scientists before him had not done?
Which of the following best explains why fossils of tropical species were found in an arctic ecosystem?
Scientists don’t use the common names of organisms because
The correct order of the biological hierarchy from kingdom to species is
Homologous structures in organisms suggest that the organisms
Which of the following best supports the theory of evolution?
Which of the following best supports the theory of evolution through natural selection?
Which of the following provides the best evidence that two different species evolved from a common ancestor?
Which of the following provides the best evidence that two different species evolved from a common ancestor?
If a major environmental change were to occur, in which type of ecosystem would some organisms be most likely to survive?
According to the theory of natural selection, what will most likely happen to a species that possesses a trait unfavorable to an environment?
Which statement best explains how phenotypic variation affects the survival of a species?
If a species' environment undergoes a drastic change, what will most likely help the species survive the change?
The process by which a population becomes better suited to its environment is known as
The finches that Darwin studied differed in the shape of their beaks. According to Darwin, the finches probably
A large section of rainforest was cut down to clear space for crops. The section of rainforest was home to a rare bird species, & was the birds' only known habitat. The result
French lead mining was important in what city?
What were porches around a French home called?
Gumbo was a food from what country?
Most French built their homes out of ____________, not ________________.
What is a common field?
Which of the following is NOT true about French and American homes.
How were French villages in Missouri different than American towns?
Which of the following is NOT a reason that African Americans were important in French Missouri?
Which of the following is NOT a chore that women in French Missouri had to do?
A tool used for grinding something into powder is called what?
America's first plan of government
Which is not a weakness of the Articles of confederation?
An uprising of farmers in Massachusetts protesting higher taxes, debts and foreclosures. It showed the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation.
A series of Essays written by Federalist that defended and explained the Constitution, and tried to reassure Americans that states would not be overpowered by the national governm
A meeting held in Philadelphia in which delegates from the states wrote the Constitution.
The idea in the Constitution that political authority belongs to the people. (Let the people decide by their votes)
A system where one branch of government can limit the powers of another branch of government.
The concept in the Constitution that calls for everyone to be treated fairly by the law.
The political theory that people allow themselves to be governed. Citizens should have the final say.
The Branch of the government that is responsible for carring out the law
The Federal Reserve was created in the year _____.
Which of the following is NOT part of the Federal Reserve?
Why was the Federal Reserve created?
What is the role of the FOMC?
Control of the country's money supply for the purpose of promoting economic growth is
Which of the following is NOT one of the three tools used by the Fed to work with the money supply?
____ represents the percent of a bank's reserves held in its vaults.
The percent of interest the Fed charges commercial banks on overnight loans is the
Which one is the principal monetary tool used by the Fed?
When many people rush to a bank to withdraw deposits at the same time it is called a
What did the Glass-Steagall Act establish?
A loan given to financial institutions or businesses on the verge of closing is called a
Two main sources of income for the FDIC are
The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of July 2010 made $____ the permanent amount insured by the FDIC.
What is disposable income?
Slow economic growth is called
Which of the following is NOT a tool used by the government to affect aggregate spending?
Loans given to people who do not meet the requirements needed for the loan are called
____ are payments made by the government to households that provide neither goods/services to the government.
What type of policy would the government use to overcome a recession?
About how much gasonline is used in the U.S. each year?
Whic of the following energy resources is used to generate heat in a power plant?
The U.S,. state that produces more electricity from wind energy than any other state is:
The main energy source for operating automobiles is:
Of the following resources, that wihc has the LOWEST impact on the environment when used is
Of the following, the element used to fuel nuclear power plants is:
Which of the following has the LEAST chance of being used 50 years from now?
Cars of the future will have which of the following advantages?
The increase of which of the following gasses in the atmospheres contributes MOST to climate change?
Most of Earth's fresh water is:
The recording ban from 1942-1944 was the result of:
Thelonius Monk played the:
Which of the following is not a trademark of Dizzy Gillespie:
Which U.S. city is credited with the origins of bebop?
As a teenager, Thelonious Monk won several amateur competitions at this famous Harlem venue:
All of the following are characteristics of bebop EXCEPT:
Charlie Parker\'s main instruments was:
Dizzy Gillespie played on a bent trumpet because:
Dizzy Gillespie ran for this prominent position in 1964:
Dizzy Gillespie’s idol while growing up was:
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The green color found in plants is due to what chemical compound?
What structure of the plant cell is unique only to that cell?
Plants take in _________ to produce oxygen.
Photosynthesis is a cycle that produces ____________ by utilizing light and gaseous compounds.
deceitful in appearance
short, abrupt
to look down upon with contempt
to rip out the 'guts' of a plan or idea
a sign foretelling the future
to wave a weapon in the air
not afraid
to make a guess based on evidence
to pour out
scarred or maimed
a loyal follower
to beg, plead
payment to a greater force to avoid punishment or war
a sad predicament
of similar nature
To seperate into basic parts or ideas to understand the whole
to look for similairties and differences
to look for differences
to make a conclusion based on facts and observation
to present an explanation
the basic SI unit of length
a measure of how much surface an object has
the amount of space that some thing takes up
the amount of matter that something is made of
a measure of how hot or cold something is
a collection of steps used to solve problems
a proposed solution to a question of problem
the factor that is being tested in an experiment
able to be observed or measured
an explanation of why something happens in nature
anything that has mass and volume
the state of matter that changes in both shape and volume
the state of matter that has a definite shape and volume
the state in which matter takes the shape of its container
the state of matter that does not have a definite shape or volume and whose particles are broken apart
What is the Disadvantage of making a check payable to cash. Pay to the order of : CASH
If a person receives a $10,000 credit limit from a credit card company, it means that the person
the major reason people prefer to have direct deposit of their pay rather than receiving an actual paycheck is that.
buying insurance is a way to
when investors hold shares of stock in public corporation they are.
For what reason do financial advisors suggest investing some money in stocks rather than depositing all on ones money in saving account
which factors do insurance companies consider important in determining the premium for automobile insurance.
One important reason fro an individual to buy a homeowners insurance is that it .
Mutual funds are investments in
The monthly payments on homeowners 5.5% fixed rate mortgage will
Organic
Foliated
Clastic
Igneous Rock
Metamorphic Rock
Sedimentary Rock
Grains
Streak
Luster
Cleavage
Hardness
Density
Which law is also known as the law of inertia?
Which of Newton's Laws says force equals mass times acceleration?
Which of these will be able to accelerate faster at a stop light...a small car or a semi truck?
A small football player is easily tackled by a larger football player. This is an example of which law of motion?
Jumping on a trampoline is an example of which law?
Newton's first law is also known as the Law of ____.
How many laws did Newton have?
A ball rolling in a straight line is an example of which law?
An object in motion will stay in motion unless acted upon by an outside ______.
For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction is which law of motion?
Force = ____________X acceleration
Which of Newtons laws can be shown by a balloon releasing air?
If you push against a table, your chair will move which direction?
A child bouncing higher than an adult on a trampoline is an example of which law?
The brakes are pressed in a car and you are thrown forward. This an example of which Law?
Which is a force that can be transferred?
Moving a elephant would require more force than moving a mouse. Which law does this show?
Which of these forces can cause you to slow down?
Swimming is an example of which law?
Which is Law 3?
Government Power is divided between National and State Governments
Branches of the government limit each other's power
The government cannot do anything it wants
We elect representatives to make laws for us
This amendment reserves powers for the States such as the power to run schools, and healthcare
Dividing the government into three branches
Which of the following does NOT describe the Articles of Confederation
Three of the following terms are synonyms (mean the same thing). Which of the following does NOT belong with the other three terms?
Lockean Theory states that Governments and the People agree to a ________________, the people allow the gov't to rule, if the gov't protects the people's rights.
This compromise was a balance between large population states' representation in the government and the small population states' representation in the government and
This was a compromise the Federalist, who believed in strong national governments, and the anti-federalists, who believed in strong state governments
Why did the anti-federalists agree to the ratification compromise and approve the constitution?
This was a compromise between Slave States and Free States. Slave states would agree to ratify the constitution, if they could count some of their slaves towards their population when deciding the number of state representatives
Which of the following rights is NOT associated with states' rights
Which of the following is NOT a part of the constitution
This introduction to the constitution states the purpose and goals of our government
This part of the constitution explains the structure and powers of the government
These are the changes to the original constitution
This part of the constitution protects citizens' basic individual rights
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A physical property is:
A chemical property is:
A heterogeneous mixture is:
A homogeneous mixture is:
A solution is:
A solute is:
A solvent is:
When ice melts, that is a ___________ change.
When iron rusts, that is a ________ change.
A substance is considered insoluble in water if:
A note that is not paid when due is called a(n)
If unearned revenue is first recorded as a liability, no adjusting or reversing entry is required.
Interest rates on notes receivable are generally stated in terms of days, since most notes receivable are for 90 days or less.
A company may issue notes receivable to employees (FYI-p. 292).
When unearned revenue is recorded, the amount to be received in the future is not yet known.
By transferring the maturity value of a dishonored note from a customer to Accounts Receivable, the business has a complete credit history on the customer's transactions.
When the note receivable from a customer is not paid when it comes due, the business transfers the maturity value of the note to the accounts receivable account.
If a business accepts a large number of notes receivable, it may maintain a separate ledger, similar to the accounts receivable ledger.
If the maturity date of a note is in a fiscal period that is different from the date of the note, an adjusting entry will be needed at the end of the fiscal period.
A common use of a note receivable is when a business borrows money from the bank to pay vendors.
If a customer signs a note allowing 90 days for payment and pays no cash up front, the transaction is recorded in the cash receipts journal.
Adequate Disclosure is being applied when businesses report accurate & up-to-date info about notes receivable & accrued revenue on their financial statements at the end of a period
A business sends a billing statement to all customers with notes receivable outstanding for the amount of interest income due on Dec. 31.
Additional interest is charged on a dishonored note receivable from the maturity date of the note to the date payment is received.
Most companies use a 365 day year to calculate interest on notes receivable, even in a leap year.
Historical Cost is being applied when a company includes in its Notes Receivable balance in the financial statements only the amount of notes receivable they expect to collect.
Matching Expenses with Revenue is applied when special accounting procedures are implemented so the correct amt. of revenue earned in the period is recognized in the financials.
The reversing entry for unearned revenue initially recorded as a revenue is a debit to the liability account and a credit to the revenue account.
The reversing entry recorded on Jan. 1 of the next year is the exact opposite of the adjusting entry recorded on Dec. 31 of the current year.
After closing entries have been posted, the balance in Interest Receivable will be zero.
When a business has only a few notes receivable outstanding, it records a separate adjusting entry for the accrued interest on each note.
Unearned revenue is initially recorded either as a liability or as an expense.
When a note receivable is dishonored, the debt can no longer be collected and is treated as an uncollectible account.
To recognize the amount of unearned revenue earned during the year, an adjusting entry is recorded.
A note receivable accepted for the sale of merchandise when no cash is received up front would be recorded as a debit to Notes Receivable and a credit to Sales.
Interest Income earned on notes receivable is classified in the financial statements as Other Revenue.
Since notes receivable are generally due within a year, they are classfied as current liabilities in the financial statements.
The 2 types of revenue that require special accounting procedures at the end of a fiscal period are 1) unearned revenue and 2) accrued revenue.
Revenue received in one fiscal period but not earned until the next fiscal period is
Revenue earned in one fiscal period but not received until a later fiscal period is
What new state was formed out of a slave state by people who were against slavery
An early northern plan for fighting the war was based on
The Confederate states hoped who would help them
Who gained control of the Mississippi River during the battle of Vicksburg
Who did Lincoln honor in the Gettysburg Address
Which of these events happened last?
The most important work of the Freedmen's Bureau was
What Amendment ended slavery forever
What was passed in the south to limit freedoms of African Americans
Helped sick and wounded Union soldiers during the Civil War
An official paper that gives a person or business certain rights- William Penn got one from King Charles II
A formal agreement- such as the one William Penn and the Lenape signed
A special advantage or right.
The ending of slavery
The farthest edge of a settlement
To buy something- such as the settlers were supposed to do from the Native Americans
People who live on land that belongs to another- they take the land without paying for it.
An accepted way of doing something
A person who was kidnapped out of West Africa and forced to work without pay
A person who chooses to work for 5-7 years in order to gain passage to PA.
a ________ is a unified color, font, and effects scheme
you can change the name and color of a workbook by right clicking the sheet tab
the insert worksheet tab is located ______________ the sheet tabs
the buttons at the bottom of the screen that represent the worksheets in your workbook are called
it is possible to create a copy of an entire worksheet
if you want to unhide column C, you would have to select column(s) _______ then click unhide
Which tool would you use if you wanted to view different parts of your worksheet at one time?
freeze panes and split are located under which tab?
which button on the home tab gives you a drop down list that includes row height, column width, hide and unhide, and rename sheet?
how do you delete a row?
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?
Podium means
Pronunciation means
Audience means
Demonstration means
Anecdote means
Gestures means
Visuals means
Instructions means
Impromptu means
Posture means
Which below is a "power" of Congress?
Which below is a "limit" of Congress
Which below is a "power" of Congress
Congress is made up of Representatives and ______.
Which is a power of Congress
Which is a limit of Congress
Which is a limit of Congress
How many Senators are there? How do we determine the number?
Where do Congressman and Senators meet?
How do Representatives get selected ? How many do we have?
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10. Tiger sharks could be considered a keystone species because they
11. When communities form in previous uninhabited areas, this is called
12. Common decomposers include
13. How do abiotic factors and biotic factors differ?
Traditional Date for the Founding of Rome
Rome conquered Greece in
Rome falls in
Legalized Christianity in the Roman Empire
The ancient pipe organ was called the
Our cultural sense of a 'home base' sound in music is called
Monotheists believe in
Polytheists believe in
The Greek Modes became the
When Rome falls, the next period of Western history is called:
A place where a group of people live or work together is called
An ethnic group helps its community because
Many people want to live in a community with a downtown area or business center because
A holiday that is celebrated in Eagle, Colorado, that has to do with the customs of that community
Living in a community helps people save time because
Schools and libraries are important to the citizens of every community because
One responsibility of every citizen is to
Paying a fine, getting hurt, and going to jail are all
The leader whose job is to see that a community's problems are solved is the
To keep their community a safe a peaceful place to live, people need
Work that someone does for someone else is a
The _____________________of a group is made up of the customs and beliefs that its members share.
Things that can be bought or sold are called
Which is not a step to solving a problem
Why is it important for people of a community to act responsibly?
What is a way that a citizen can act responsibly?
What shouldnyou do if you are contacted by a cyberbully?
Information that you should NEVER share online. (Name, School, Address, etc)
Using the Internet at school is a
A web filter is used to
Can you take pictures of your friends on a field trip if you promise not to post them on the internet?
Everything that you do online NEVER goes away. This is called your
Saying mean things to someone online is an example of
Making good choices while on the internet is called
What should you do if you get to computer class and your computer is logged in as someone else?
What can happen to you if you are a cyber bully?
If you use someone else's work without permission it is called
If a you find something online that is ________ __________, then you can use it without giving credit.
A type of license that allows you to use another person's work as long as you follow their set of rules is called
A circle that has two lower case letter c's in it means
What is t if you save money for 12 months?
What is t if you save money for 18 months?
What is t if you save money for 4 years?
What is t if you save money for 9 months?
What is t if you save money for 30 months?
What is t if you save money for 21 months?
What is t if you save money for 4 years and 6 months?
What is t if you save money for 15 months?
What is t if you save money for 54 months?
What is t if you save money for 3 months?
In the word REPLAY, what is the prefix?
In the word TEACHER, the ER at the end of the word means
In the word PLENTIFUL, the FUL at the end of the word means
In the word SUBWAY, SUB means
In the word NONSENSE, NON is a
The root of the word REFLECT is
The suffix TION/ATION means
The prefix DIS means
What is the root of the word DICTATE? di c. te d. dict
The root word BIO means
The suffix IBLE/ABLE means
What is the root word in the word VISUAL?
What does the prefix MIS mean?
What does the root word CRED mean?
The suffix LY means
What is the prefix in the word IMPROPER?
The suffix LESS means
What is the root word in MONOLOGUE?
Which word has the correct prefix?
What does the root word TRACT mean?
The USA and ______ were fighting again in ____?
Who was the ruler that started the war with France in 1803
When American ships were captured, the U.S. wanted what
The war from Freedom of the Sea was called
Who was President during the War
The U.S. tried to capture who, because they belonged to Britian
What location did Britain burn
Who was the first lady at this time
Francis Scott Key wrote what song
What was the results of the war of 1812
Which of the following best describes a democracy?
Which of the following best describes a monarchy?
Anyone who is a U.S. citizen over the age of 18 can vote regardless of color, race, gender, or culture?
What does it mean to have “liberty”?
What's the difference between a constitutional monarchy and an absolute monarchy?
What is equality?
Do citizens have the right to be included in public decisions and democratic decision making?
What are taxes?
Property tax is, taxes paid by households and businesses on their land and buildings?
The definition of price is as follows... the value of a good or service stated in terms of commitment
Photosynthesis utilizes _____.
Which of the following is only minimally absorbed by chlorophylls a and b?
The importance of photosynthesis is that photosynthetic organisms produce ____ for the biosphere.
The reactants of photosynthesis include all of the following except _____.
The oxygen given off by photosynthesis comes from ___________.
Photosynthesis is responsible for producing __________ in the atmosphere?
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The Constitution is a set of ________
All the people in the United States Senate and House of Representatives who write laws for the nation
The highest court. It decides if laws agree with the Constitution
People who rule on cases in court.
The city where the government meets.
The first ten amendments that were added to the Constitution
People who make laws in the House of Representatives
People who make laws in the Senate
Means you can write what you want in newspapers and books
Laws that are added to the Constitution
Which country does the Amazon River run through?
Latin America is ___________ of the United States.
Describe Brazil's government
Describe Mexico's government
Describe the government of Cuba
Which are most alike in terms of government?
Which country's citizens have the least freedom?
Who became dictator of Cuba in 1959?
What almost caused a nuclear was between the USA and the Soviet Union(USSR)?
Why was there a decrease in the number of churches after Castro gained power?
Means to argue
Very large farms where crops like cotton are grown.
Most of our sugar comes from the tall plant sugar cane.
Means to become free by leaving a person, place, or thing.
11 States who left the United States and made their own country
Helped slaves escape to freedom
Became President in 1861. He did not like slavery.
People who lived in the South
Things made by people or nature. Shoes are an example.
Who wanted to keep slaves?
Which sentence has all words spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which sentence has all the words 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?
Who did the Zapatistas support?
What were the Zapatistas against?
Which pairs are correct in relation to men helping countries gain independence?
What is the most common religion in Latin America today?
How did the Spanish government spread Roman Catholicism?
How did African ethnic groups get to Latin America?
What is an effect slavery has on Latin America today?
Which two groups were used as labor sources/slaves in Latin America?
What was the Columbian Exchange?
Who was Hernan Cortes? Why was he famous?
In a hydraulic jack, work input equals work output is expressed as:
In a hydraulic jack, pressure is what throughout the system?
In a hydraulic jack a volume of fluid is displaced at the input end and the output end to achieve mechanical advantage, is the fluid different, or the same?
The ideal mechanical advantage in a hydraulic jack is given by:
What the IMA of a hydraulic jack with an input force of 25 pounds that delivers an output force of 250 pounds to the load? Assume no friction
In a pressure intensifier, while an area of piston face decreases from input ot output, output pressure does what from input to output?
The handle of a hydraulic jack is
A mechanical device that uses a fluid medium to amplify force is
This uses fluids to amplify pressure
A hydraulic jack is not truly a fluid force transformer, it is a mechanical device
A series of steps that scientists follow to investigate a problem or question.
Data that is represented as numbers. Example: time
A testable explanation, or an educated guess.
Data that is represented as descriptions. Example: color
A step by step procedure to test a hypothesis.
What's being changed or tested in an experiment?
The group that does not receive the IV. It is being used for comparison.
The group that receives the IV.
What is being measured in the experiment?
The part of the experiment where the decision is made to accept or reject the hypothesis.
Who is Montezuma II? Why is he famous?
Which modern day country was the Aztec empire located in?
Who is Pizarro? Why is he famous?
Who is Atahualpa? Why is he famous?
Which modern day country was the Incan empire located in?
The Aztec empire is located __________ of the Incan empire?
Why do most people in Latin America speak Spanish or Portuguese?
How does a country's literacy rate compare to a country's standard of living?
If a country has few natural resources, how does this affect their trade?
What does NAFTA stand for?
combining multiple cells into one
besides right clicking, you can use the _____ tab to change the height and width of cells
when multiple column headings are selected, changing the width of one will change the width of all
Which view allows you to edit headers and footers in Excel
hiding rows and columns deletes them from your document
when two sheet tabs are grouped together, they appear
if you want two sheets to have the same formatting, which tool would you use?
which of the following dialog boxes does both the print screen and the page layout tab contain?
margins in Excel may be changed using the view tab
scaling worksheets basically means ___________ worksheets
To remove government regulations.
A device that allows Internet access using a television as a display.
The process that enables previously separate tools to take on functions and features of the others.
The use of the Internet to complete real time voice communication.
The idea that all areas of the country and people of all income levels should have telephone.
Cable television customers may use a _______ to connect their televisions to the Internet.
_______ technologies allow computers and cellular phones to combine features.
Internet telephony requires that all equipment follows the same _______.
PDA's are examples of ______ in actions.
The ______ helps people, schools, and communities get telecommunications services.
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Which of the following is a factor that affects enzyme-catalysed reactions?
Which of the following is the enzyme that digests lactose into monosaccharides?
Which of the following are the INCORRECT properties of water?
What is the role of sodium in animals?
Which of the following do the cohesive properties NOT explain?
In which of the following is water a product of the reaction?
Which of the following are connected by a hydrogen bond?
Which of the following is NOT one of the most common elements found in living things?
Identity theft is
Phishing is
Setting your social network site like Facebook as private will ensure your privacy.
Once you place information online, you can get it back if you change your mind.
Malware is
An invisible audience is
If you are in a gaming room, and someone that you do not know asks you about personal information (same age as you-or close), what should you do?
If you feel uncomfortable in any chat room, social networking site, or receive a disturbing e-mail, you should...
What should you eliminate from photos that you post online?
Which of the items should NOT be shared online?
Your computer's IP address is always private.
Individuals who use the Internet to bully other students
If a person you met in a chat room asks to meet with you, you should
Which of the following are ways to avoid becoming a victim of cyberbullying?
If someone sends me an inappropriate message or material, I should
Information on the Internet is always proven by research.
Anything I send in private e-mail, IM, or chat cannot be seen by others.
Students should use the same password for all of their account so that they don't forget their log-in information.
The passwords you create should
Worms are...
Which resource below is an abiotic factor?
The symbiotic relationship term used to describe when one organism benefits from the relationship and the other does not benefit nor is harmed.
Artificial reefs help the marine ecosystem by:
In a predator/prey graph, the predator line -
Invasive species usually do well in an ecosystem because-
How much energy gets passed upward, in a food pyramid, from one trophic level to the next?
Bacteria are important in a food web. They are called -
A tapeworm grows in the intestines of a pig. The pig is the -
An ecosystem is able to sustain 5 black bears. The number of black bears is called the -
Water flows from a power plant and into a river. The water is warm and kills off life in a section of river. This type of pollution is called-
Which decimal is equivalent to -2/9?
In one season, a hockey player scored 20 goals in 200 attempts. What part of the attempts did the player score a goal?
Which fraction is equivalent to 2 3/4?
What is the multiplicative inverse(reciprocal) of 8/9?
What is the product of -1/6 x 5/6 in simplest form?
What is the sum of 3/12 and 2/12?
What is the quotient of 3/2 and 2/3?
How many minutes are equal to 1/3 hour?
What is the difference of 5/6 - 1/3?
What common denominator could you use to find the sum of 5/12 and 2/8?
Which action forms a different chemical substance?
Many scientists believe that crustal plate movement occurs because of convection cells contained in the Earth\\\'s
Rocks are classified as igneous, metamorphic, or sedimentary according to
Many cells have a nucleus that contains chromosomes. These chromosomes carry genes that are composed of
Competition is likely to occur between which two organisms?
What is the result of cellular respiration?
How do decomposers obtain their food?
Living things are classified as producers or consumers according to
Which sequence of development is correct?
Weather forecasts are more accurate today than in the past due to
What does it mean to be a macromolecule?
Which answer correctly shows the order of monomers from smallest to largest?
How do monomers bind to form polymers?
What are the 4 classes of organic molecules?
What is main function of carbohydrates in living things?
_______ is a plant storage form of energy and is easily hydrolyzed to glucose units.
Which of the following is NOT a function of lipids in living things?
What is the main function of phospholipids?
Which of the following is NOT a function of proteins in the human body?
How many different amino acids are there in the world?
What is sound measured in?
What is NOT a bone in the ear?
Sound waves travel in straight paths.
What type of matter does sound travel through the fastest?
What is an unpleasant sound called?
A music teacher would use the word __________ instead of frequency.
The highest point of a transverse wave is called _________________________.
The distance from crest to crest or trough to trough on a wave is called _____________.
What is an example of the Doppler Effect.
What is an echo?
1. Plant life in a biome is mostly a result of the biome's
2. What categories are used to classify biomes?
3. Which biome averages the most amount of annual precipitation?
4. The tundra biome climate is best described as
5. A ___________ is characterized by the ecosystems that make it up.
6. Which continent(s) contain tagia biome?
7. How does an ecosystem differ from a biome?
8. Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of every desert biome?
9. Which of the following characteristics of the temperate grasslands biome are accurate?
10. The trees found in a deciduous forest
11. What are the most important climate factors that define a biome?
12. Savannas experience warm temperatures, low levels of precipitation, and have an abundance of grasses and shrubs. What events often occur because of these conditions?
13. Which type of aquatic environment covers 75 percent of Earth's surface?
1. Which of the following is NOT a freshwater ecosystem?
2. What type of organism is at the basis of all food chains?
3. A population is made up of individual members of the same
4. What type of species interaction directly benefits both species involved?
5. An animal that eats only plants is a(n)
6. How do consumers always obtain energy?
7. What will most likely happen if two species compete for the exact same resources in the same ecosystem at the same time?
8. Which of the following is an example of parasitism?
9. An herbivore is a
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List the 7 steps of the scientific method IN ORDER
Why is "tacos are better than burritos" not a good hypothesis?
You want to know if the amount of sunlight a plant gets makes it grow taller. What's the INDEPENDENT VARIABLE?
You want to know if the amount of sunlight a plant gets makes it grow taller. What's the DEPENDENT VARIABLE?
You want to know if the amount of sunlight a plant gets makes it grow taller. What's the CONTROL GROUP?
You want to know if the amount of sunlight a plant gets makes it grow taller. What's the EXPERIMENTAL GROUP?
You want to know if the height you drop a ball from affects the height the ball bounces. What's the INDEPENDENT VARIABLE?
You want to know if the height you drop a ball from affects the height the ball bounces. What's the DEPENDENT VARIABLE?
You want to know if the height you drop a ball from affects the height the ball bounces. What's the CONTROL GROUP?
You want to know if the height you drop a ball from affects the height the ball bounces. What's the EXPERIMENTAL GROUP?
Impromptu means
Explanation means
Visuals means
Distinctly means
Confidence means
Appearance means
Speech means
Pronunciation means
Posture means
Anecdote means
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Which body of water is located between Southwest Asia and Southeast Asia?
What does a topographic map show?
Which social scientist is most concerned with analyzing the relationship between the supply of and the demand for goods and services?
During the 14th century, the Black Death became a widespread epidemic primarily (mainly) because of
In England, the key points of the Magna Carta were fundamental to the development and growth of
• Fasting during Ramadan • Praying five times each day • Read the Koran Followers of which religion engage in these practices?
Which statement accurately describes the actions of Muslims during the Crusades?
Which situation was an immediate cause for the collapse of the Aztec civilization?
Believers of Hinduism are expected to
Which factor (reason) contributed (caused) to Mali becoming a wealthy kingdom?
Which of the following elements have a complete outer energy shell?
A column in a periodic table is called a(n)
A row in a periodic table is called a(n)
When moving from left to right across a period of the periodic table
When moving from top to bottom along a group in the periodic table
Where on the periodic table are the alkali metals found?
Which of the following is a quality of a metal?
Periodicity refers to
Which of the following models includes valence electrons only?
Which of the following is true of noble gases?
In the URL http://www.cs.jcu.edu.au, the term "http" refers to:
In the URL http://www.cs.jcu.edu.au, the term "au" refers to:
Hyperlinks can appear in a web page as:
Which of the following URLs are valid?
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Who was called "The Father of the Constitution?"
Who is the head of the Executive Branch?
What group of people were upset at Shay's Rebellion?
Who controls INTRASTATE commerce?
Name the town where the Constitution was written.
How many justices sit on the Supreme Court?
How many members are there in the SENATE?
The members of the Legislative Branch meet at what government building?
What plan of government was in place before the Constitution?
The Chairman of the Constitutional Convention was?
Spring Scales measure Force in:
The Spring Scale we use measures Force on
The Mass and Weight of something is generally the same thing
If an object has a mass of 400g, the force to lift it on Earth is:
What is the RELATIONSHIP between Mass and Force on Earth?
On Jupiter, the amount of Force needed to lift an object is the same as on the Moon
The amount of Mass an object depends on the _____________ of the planet
I weigh about 211 lbs (95kg) on Earth what do you think I might weight on Jupiter
A classroom chair takes about ___________ Newtons of Force to lift
When a graph makes a straight line, what does that usually mean?
Spring Scales measure Force in:
The Spring Scale we use measures Force on
The Mass and Weight of something is generally the same thing
If an object has a mass of 400g, the force to lift it on Earth is:
What is the RELATIONSHIP between Mass and Force on Earth?
On Jupiter, the amount of Force needed to lift an object is the same as on the Moon
The amount of Mass an object depends on the _____________ of the planet
I weigh about 211 lbs (95kg) on Earth what do you think I might weight on Jupiter
A classroom chair takes about ___________ Newtons of Force to lift
When a graph makes a straight line, what does that usually mean?
What is the adjective in this sentence: The house has eight rooms.
What is the adjective in this sentence: We used a tall ladder.
Which one is an article
Articles are
What is the adjective in the sentence: The recipe was easy.
Which is a proper adjective
Proper adjectives are always capitalized
Which is correct: A spider monkey is _______ than a gorilla.
Which is correct. His nose was ______ than mine.
Which is correct
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Science
the pencil sharpener
What do you need?
Who?
Social Studies
Do you like?
the teacher (female)
the folder
English
I like
Is
I need
the notebook
the board
the student desk
Physical Education
The ... class
How many?
Earth’s rotation takes about
One complete revolution of Earth around the sun takes about
Earth has seasons because
An equinox occurs when
The two factors that combine to keep Earth and the moon in their orbits are
The tendency of a moving object to continue moving in a straight line or a stationary object to remain in place is called
All objects are attracted to each other by the force of
Which factor makes Earth different from all the other planets in the solar system in its ability to support life?
Earth is orbiting around sun. Earth’s orbit around sun is
Mars has seasons because of
Which has three polysaccharides?
Which of these is not a functiono of lipids in living things?
Starch is _______.
What makes amino acids different from each other?
What is the structure of a fatty acid?
All of these are what differentiate saturated and unsaturated fats except ----.
How many polypeptide chains are needed to make up 17 proteins?
Chitin can be found in ----.
Which does not affect a protein?
Which is the correct explanation for the secondary structure of proteins?
Do you tell strangers personal information like home address, telephone number, information about your parents?
Is it okay to send pictures to strangers?
Is it okay to click on websites that allow you to download music and games?
Should you use the computer without your parents permission?
Is it okay to use the internet to bully others?
What is a cyberbully?
You should always use safety blocks because...
School computers should only be used for school and not other things
The settings of a web browser or computer system should never be changed
Firewalls can protect you from dangerous people
What is sodium used for in animal systems?
Which of the following is not a carbohydrate?
Which of the following carbohydrate sets contains polysaccharides?
Which of the following descriptions best fits the tertiary level of a protein?
Tertiary structures have hydrophobic cores?
Which of the following is not true of fibrous proteins?
Animals store glucose in the form of
When forming macromolecules, what bond joins two amino acids?
What type of reaction joins two sub-units together (in macromolecules)?
Where can you find disulphide bridges in a protein?
What tool would you use to look at the moon/
What does a graduated cylinder measure?
Something that you change in an expirament is called a(n)
Two scientists get different results for the same expirament. What should they do?
Scientific knowledge is based on
What is a hypothesis?
In a fair test, how many variables will change?
An inference is
Inquiry is the process of
In an expirament , the thing you are trying to measure or observe is the
Why is it important for a scientist to write clear proceedures?
Which statement is NOT true.
Choose the correct safety rule.
Which of the following is not a reference material?
Which of the following is true.
What is the meaning of E Pluribus Unum?
Where would you find the phrase E Pluribus Unum?
What is one reason the United States is so varied?
Which describes people who come to live in the United States from all over the world?
What BEST describes a democracy?
According to the United States constituiton, who runs the government?
Which of the following is a renewable resource?
Which term describes how much there is of a product and how much of it people will buy?
Who is Madam C.J. Walker?
Who said, 'of the people, by the people, and for the people.'
What is a consumer?
How do farmers grow crops in the dry southwest region?
Where are the busiest port cities in the United States?
A written plan of government...
Which of the following is not a responsibility of a United States citizen?
Which of the following lists all of the subcategories of carbohydrates?
What are some examples of proteins?
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Biotic factors are..
Abiotic factors are..
Examples of biotic factors include...
Examples of abiotic factors include...
An organism is...
A population is a...
A community is...
An ecosystem is...
A biome is..
The biosphere is...
This event in American History caused a rapid growth in the speed and convience of taransportation
The inventor of the first Steamboat the Clermont
The invention of the steel plow helped to increase the production of farms who was the inventor?
The canal that connected lake Erie to the Hudson River made new York a Major port was
Large farms in the South where Cash crops were grown
U.S. citizens that were opposed to immigrantion in the mid 1800's
A tariff that is aimed at raising the price of imported goods to make buying American goods more attractive
The North of America can best be described by which?
Type of economy found in the South prior to the Civil War
Woman that worked to reform prisons and Mental Institutions in the Mid 1800's
A second revival in interest in religion during the mid1800's accompanied by interest in a variety of social issues.
The leader of the Common School Movement , he thought that children should all be taught in one common place
A movement to end the drinking of hard liquor in America in the mid 1800's
The Senaca Falls Convention was the first meeting to deal with what?
Which group of women were best represenative of the Womans Sufferage Movement in America in the 1800's
People that wanted to end slavery in America
A network of people and safe houses who helped slaves escape to the North
The leader of the Underground Railroad
Act that said that voters could decide weather or not they would enter the Union as Slave or Free State
Publisher of an Anti slavery newspaper called the Liberator,and he helped to found the Anti-Slavery Society
Which of these describes the energy of an object in motion?
A student is practicing archery. When he pulls back on the bowstring, what type of energy does the bowstring have just before the student releases the arrow?
A student is constructing an electrical circuit. Which of these can provide energy for the circuit?
What energy conversion is illustrated by a rollar coaster beginning to roll down the hill?
Which type of energy transfer is used by plants to make their food?
Which type of energy is stored in a piece of charcoal before it is burned?
Your TV uses energy. What happens when turn on your TV?
Which of the following could be used as a good insulator?
Which is an example of chemical energy being converted to heat and light?
An engineer needs a material that will carry an electric current. Which type of material should he choose?
List the levels of organization IN ORDER from smallest to largest.
Which of the following is an example of an organism?
Which of the following is an example of a population?
Which of the following is an example of a community?
Which of the following is an example of an ecosystem?
When both species benefit it is an example of:
When one organism consumes another organism it is an example of:
When one organism benefits and the other is harmed it is an example of:
When one organism benefits and the other is not affected it is an example of:
What is the term that describes whe two organisms live closely together?
What carries nutrients and oxygen to body cells?
The diffusion of gases from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration.
What do the circulatory and excretory systems do together?
A change in structure or habits, often hereditary, by which an organism improves its condition in relationship to its environment.
Its main function is to keep foreign or unwanted particles from entering the lungs through the nasal cavity.
Which body system produces enzymes to help digest food?
Tiny air sacs within the lungs where the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide takes place.
Parts of the integumentary system include all of the following except?
Parts of the respiratory system include all of the following except?
Which body part belongs to the endocrine and reproductive systems?
What should you do if you observe a reddened area on a resident's skin?
How often should a bed-confined resident be turned?
Which is a risk factor for pressure ulcers?
Which might be used to treat pressure ulcers?
Changing a resident's position every 2 hours
Skin integrity means
A beginning sign of a pressure ulcer might be
Which statement about pressure ulcers is NOT true?
Which could cause shearing of the skin?
The lower part of the spine, which can easily develop a pressure ulcer, is called
Which of the following is a function of the circulatory system?
Which of the following is a function of the digestive system?
Which of the following is a function of the skeletal system?
Which of the following is a function of the endocrine system?
An organ or group of specialized cells in the body that produces and secretes a specific substance, such as a hormone.
This organ enables most aquatic animals to take dissolved oxygen from the water to breathe.
The organ system that protects the body from various kinds of damage, such as loss of water or abrasion from outside, and is comprised of skin and its appendages.
Which of the following is a function of the respiratory system?
Which of the following is a function of the integumentary system?
Which two body systems interact to ensure that organ tissues receive enough oxygen and remove carbon dioxide?
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writing chosen and arranged to create a certain emotional response through meaning, sound, and rhythm
someone who writes poem, an imaginative, creative, or artistic person
the created narrative voice of the poem (i.e. ther person the reader is suppose to imagine is talking). The speaker in NOT necessarily the poet.
rows of words
a section of a poem or song consisting of a number of lines arranged together to form a single unit
words that create vivid pictures by comparing things in unexpected ways to make the language interesting or meaningful
words that describe how things look, smell, taste, and sound
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