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a repeating pattern in the final sounds of words
the poet's attitude toward the subject of the poem (this may be different from the speaker's attitude).
The way a poem makes a reader feel
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If a person is injured as a result of an unreasonably dangerous or defective product, how will he or she most likely recover damages for the injury?
Which of the following statements is not true?
Which of the following is an example of unfair pricing and service?
Dave works as a purchasing agent. Best Value Office Supply offers Dave 2 weeks of free use of the company condo in exchange for him ordering all of the supplies from Best Value. This is known as
Lavonne receives 4 desk calendars from Time-Date Inc, that she did not order. 2 weeks later, Time-Date calls Lavonne, demands payment, and then threatens to ruin her credit by turning her delinquency in. This is an example of
Certain understood obligations imposed by law on all sellers are known as a(n)
Hilda enjoys taking her kids to the ice cream parlor. The assurance that the ice cream she purchases is wholesome and fit for human consumption is an example of
Ruler of France
Place where boats can bring and sell items
Land west of Mississippi River bought by President Thomas Jefferson
Explorers hired by Jefferson to explore the Louisiana Purchase
Why was New Orleans important to the United States?
Why did Napoleon sell Louisiana Purchase to the U.S.?
What new information was found on the expedition?
What made Lewis a good person for this journey?
What made Clark a good person for this journey?
How did this expedition change America?
Consumers that feed almost entirely on animals.
Method of growing food without the use of pesticides or artificial fertilizers.
Method of raising seafood in enclosed areas of water.
Consumers that eat only plants.
Severe shortage of food.
Condition that allows foods to be stored at room temperature in their original, unopened containers.
Organisms that eat food and convert it into usable energy are called producers.
Most farm animals, such as cattle, sheep, and poultry, are carnivores.
Most foods grow in a range of moderate air temperatures.
Farmers in the United States generally produce only enough food for domestic use.
Food processing helps keep perishable foods from spoiling.
Some food distributors specialize in a certain type of cuisine.
Solutions to global food and water problems will require solutions that suit the land and culture and that are affordable to small food producers.
Buying locally grown foods, a type of green shopping, helps to promote biodiversity.
Modern equipment and methods in farming may be costly and are not always suited to certain crops and conditions.
Which statement is true about the moon?
The dark areas of the moon where lava flows are called __________.
The idea that the same side of the Moon always faces the Earth is called ______.
Months come from which of the following?
When the Moon is ________ the lighted part appears to _______ in size.
__________ occurs when the Moon, Sun and the Earth are in alignment.
________ are the two points when the Moon crosses the ecliptic plane.
When the Sun, Moon, and Earth are in align, you have a __________ eclipse.
When the Sun, Earth, and Moon are in align, you have a _________ eclipse.
The zone of full shadow from the Earth is the ___________.
which of these is not taken in by a cell?
Definition - the fact that the cell membrane only lets certain things in and out makes it __
The cell memb is made of these three molecules
osmosis is the diffusion of
diffusion is the movement of
the more __ you add to a solution, the more concentrated it becomes
If a cell stays in pure water too long, it will
this is the balance that molecules are always trying to reach
molecules that are large or charged move from high to low concentration through
this is the salty, sugary liquid inside the cell
Molecules that are likely to have to move through protein channels or pumps are
The economic level of success achieved by a country is referred to as ______________________. It is based on the availability of resources (food, housing, education, healthcare, technology, transportation, etc.) to the population.
Which of the following would be considered an example of a natural resource?
A carpenter built a birdhouse. This is an example of a __________________ and a __________________.
______________________ is the study of how people manage their resources to produce, distribute, consume needs and wants.
Spanish, Italian, and French are all examples of _____________________ languages, which are typically spoken in south/southwestern Europe.
The three most common religious beliefs found in Europe today are
What has helped Italian merchants become successful traders?
Which of the following was established by the government to help reduce air pollution in the United Kingdom?
Supply Demand determines what how goods/services will be produced, without any government interference, in this type of economic system.
Which of the following would be an example of a service?
English is an example of a _________________________ language. This is the most widely spoken language group in Europe its speakers are typically found in the central northwestern regions of the continent.
Christianity is the most widespread religion in Europe. What are the three main types of Christianity found there?
The study of people, places, and the environment.
Measure of distance north or south of the equator.
The person or people that make, enforce, settle disagreements about laws in a country.
The total way of life shared by a group of people.
This country has many mineral resources in the eastern part of the country, but they are difficult costly to retrieve.
The Volga River is a major transportation corridor in this country.
_____________________ is the most widely spoken language group in Europe today.
Roman Catholic Christianity is most common in ____________________ Europe.
This is a word part found at the beginning of a medical term.
This is a word part found at the end of a medical term.
This is the most commonly used combining vowel.
The proper way to write a combining form is which of the following?
This is the second most common combining vowel.
This is the definition of the word root, cardi
This word means, vomit.
Your instructor's name is:
Your instructor's phone number is:
The name of this class is:
Facilitated diffusion
Which of the situations is having equal concentrations inside and outside the cell?
Facilitated diffusion requires the use of
When equilibrium is reached and the inside of the cell is isotonic compared to the outside, the water
This means having a lower concentration than the solution on the other side of a membrane
This means having a higher concentration than the solution on the other side of a membrane
This requires energy to happen
Active transport
If a cell is placed in pure water
If a cell is placed in salt or sugar water
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Earth center model
sun centered model
First American woman into space
First man on the moon
Second man on the moon
Created the sun centered model
Created the Earth centered model
Used math to prove the earth centered model
First person to travel into space
First artificial satellite to orbit
the lesson or main message about life found in the poem or story
involves words and phrases that appeal to the five senses. Creates a picture in the reader's mind
words sound like what they are: ex: whish, crack, ring, boom, bam, pow
a comparison of two unlike things using like or as
making an object act like a person or animal, "The ducks complained all day."
baby bottles bust open--what is this?
water splashes into the pond then dribbled down the hill--what is this?
the wind whispered through the trees--what is this?
Her smile was as bright as the sun. What is this?
The lesson in "The 3 Little Pigs" is ALWAYS BE PREPARED. What is this?
The positively charged particles in the nucleus of an atom are
Elements in the Alkali Group have how many valence electrons?
Ionic Bonds are formed between
The particles in an atom with the negative charge outside the nucleus are ___
A covalent bond is between
Where are the neutrons located?
Which of the following does NOT apply to valence electrons?
The columns in the periodic table are referred to as
The _____________ increases one at a time from left to right across the periodic table.
Elements in Group 17, the halogen family, are very reactive because their atoms have ______ valence electrons.
A substance that cannot be separated or broken down into simpler substances by chemical means
A sample of matter, either a single element or a single compound, that has definite chemical and physical properties
An element that is shiny and that conducts heat and electricity well
An element that conducts heat and electricity poorly
An element that has properties of both metals and nonmetals
Physical properties, like boiling point and density, and chemical properties, like reactivity with acid, are all ___ that help us identify an element.
Which is NOT a characteristic of nonmetals?
A shiny substance that is malleable and ductile would best be classified as a
Elements can share some characteristic properties.
Some ___ conduct heat and electricity well while others don't.
A substance made up of atoms of two or more different elements joined by chemical bonds
Elements are rarely found alone in nature.
How do elements form compounds?
Which of the following explains the properties of a compound?
Compounds can be broken down by
Which is a method that a compound can be broken down?
Which is a compound used in industry?
Which is a compound found in nature?
A jar contains samples of the elements carbon and oxygen. What is in the jar?
What is the difference between an element and a compound?
A combination of two or more substances that are not chemically combined
A homogeneous mixture of two or more substances uniformly dispersed throughout a single phase
In a solution, the substance that dissolves in the solvent
In a solution, the substance in which the solute dissolves
The amount of a particular substance in a given quantity of a mixture, solution, or ore
The ability of one substance to dissolve in another at a given temperature and pressure
A mixture in which particles of a material are more or less evenly dispersed throughout a liquid or gas
A mixture consisting of tiny particles that are intermediate in size between those in solutions and those in suspensions and that are suspended in a liquid, solid, or gas
Which is a way that solids can dissolve faster?
We can separate a mixture by
Which statement does not apply to the ROWS of the Periodic Table?
Other names for the columns of the periodic table are
The ATOMIC Number is determined by the number of
The non-metals are located on the
The most reactive metals are the
What does not apply to the noble gases
Where are the metalloids located
How do you get the atomic mass?
There are only 2 elements that are a liquid at room temp, they are
Some of the groups are named after ...
Waves are mostly caused by
Tides
________ moves up and down in a circular motion.
__________ are flowing streams of water that move continually through the ocean in a specific direction.
_______ are the daily rising and falling of the ocean's waters.
______are caused bt the moon's gravitational pull on earth.
_______ is the repeated movement of water.
Waves do not carry objects forward, except at the
______flow like rivers in different directions.
______ are caused by the Earth's rotation, wind, or differences in temperature and salinity.
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What is the best description of the Earth's rotation and orbit?
How does the sun create energy?
The production of energy at the sun is most similar to a __________.
What does Jupiter have that is similar to Earth?
NASA is an example of both risk and _______________
Why does a comets speed increase as it approaches the sun?
Why can we not see the entire Milky Way galaxy?
Why do the stars appear to move throughout the nighttime sky?
Polaris does not move in the nighttime sky....Why?
What is a good explanation for the Earth's magnetic field?
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Electronic communication that moves money from an account in one bank to an account in a different bank.
Boxes with individual locks that you can rent from a bank.
A federal government agency that insures deposits in banks.
Paper money and coins used for financial transactions.
If the starting balance in my checking account is $250.00 and I write check 101 for $12.75, check 102 for $68.00 and make a deposit of $123.00 what is my ending account balance?
Why is it a bad idea to accept a personal check from someone you do not know?
As of 2008 FDIC will insure depositors money up to what dollar amount?
On a deposit slip, what does less cash received mean?
What does it mean to have an interest bearing checking account?
If I wrote a check for $75 for my school activity fee and the school has not deposited the check, how will this affect my bank statement balance?
What would one typically keep in a safe deposit box?
Identify three benefits for having a bank account.
Why would your bank statement show a different ending account balance than your personal check register?
Describe a situation when you may need to have access to a canceled check.
At Irving Middle School, we have a moment of silence out of respect for our country and then we say the Pledge of Allegiance. This is an example of -
Ann never cheats on homework or tests. She is showing which trait of a good citizen?
Being able to trust someone with a job or task. Someone who is reliable and will do what is expected of them.
Someone who is polite and has good manners.
Getting involved at school by joining clubs is example of -
Pete did research on the candidates in the upcoming election. After looking at all the facts, he went to the polls and voted for the candidate who had the best ideas. This is an example of -
Which of the following traits can be described as: answering for your actions or the actions of those under your supervision
Paul and Jake disagree very often. However, they let each other voice their opinions without interrupting and never judge each other because they believe different things. They are being -
Someone who is independent of others and able to think for themselves is -
Which of the following is an example of community service -
she had been seen
intellexit
they have been satisfied
victus erit
they will have been lost
they have led
egi
territus ero
recti eramus
monueras
If you were unemployed and needed health insurance, you would have to obtain your own insurance. This is called:
A privated hospital gets money from
If your hospital bill excceds the amount your insurance pays, the hospital will not charge you. What is this called?
If you accidently stick yourself with a needle and contract a disease, to whom should this incident be reported?
Which agency lists the immunization required to attend public schools?
If a person or family member is in the military and get sick, his medical expenses will be covered by:
If you work at a large compay, what type of insureance might you have?
Ordering a large amount of supplies to get them cheaper is an example of which trend?
As people grow older, there is more need for:
If you get healthcare in a remote area, you probably received
What people group did colonist in SC use as slave labor when they first arrived in the New World?
What type of economic system did SC have?
Which of the following was NOT brought with Africans to SC?
What was the name of the largest slave rebellion in SC?
What was the first major cash crop grown in SC?
What cash crop did Eliza Lucas bring to and grown in SC?
What is the overarching goal of Mercantilism?
What was rice called in SC?
In Triangular Trade, what did Europe send to Africa?
In Triangular Trade, what did Africa send to N. America?
The standard markup language used on the web
What is the term for programming language used to create other languages?
Who created HTML?
The default or starting page of a web site
A group of related web pages
The main folder that will hold all of the files for a site
What type of editor is NotePad++ considered?
Why do you need to use a root folder for your web site?
What is the purpose of validating a web site?
What does rendering mean?
One cost containment measure is perform minor surgeries at a Surgical Center. This is an example of:
A person who cannot take care of themselves would most likely benefit form which facility?
Using robotics to perform surgery is an example of which trend?
Which healtcare agency is funded by taxes?
When you visit the doctor and have to pay an amount in addition to your insurance, this is called
To lower health care costs, many patients spend fewer days in the hospital. which option helps reduce the length of stay in hospital?
To help lower heatlh care costs, a strategy might be to:
Who would monitor the outbreak of Enterovirus D68 in the US?
Rolling Ridge provides nursing care, Physical Therapy and ADL's. What type of facility is this?
What type of insurance will you need when you get Meidcare to help cover the other 20%?
Everything you will need to complete you experiment
An educated guess stating what you believe will be the result of your experiment
What you as the scientist change during an experiment
The purpose of your experiment is to discover the answer to this?
What stays the same during an experiment
Step-by-step directions on how to complete the experiment
A statement of why the experiment is conducted
The thing that changes as a result of the independent variable
A statement of the outcome of the experiment
When you take notes, it is important to copy every word
A hypothesis is NOT a part of the scientific method
Science is the coolest class ever
You should always have a hypothesis BEFORE you research your questions
Opinion questions are testable and reliable
If you prove your hypothesis wrong, the experiment was bad.
A voluntary, court-enforceable agreement to stop an illegal or questionable practice is
The CPSC receives reports about product failure from
Violations of the weights and measures laws are punishable by
The relationship that exists between contracting parties as a result of their legally binding agreement is referred to as
A product liability suit may be based on
An assurance of quality or promise of performance clearly made by the seller is
An implied warranty of fitness for a particular purpose arises when the buyer
Warranties implied by law for merchants include
Such expressions as with all faults or as is will
Consumer Protection of consumer goods and services often begins with
Which of the following regarding a disclaimer is true?
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A bee pollinating a flower is an example of...
A tick on a dog is an example of..
A fox eating a rabbit is an example of...
A barnacle attached to a whale is an example of...
A series of feeding relationships is shown by a...
A ___________ shows multiple feeding relationships in an ecosystem.
Each step in a food chain is known as a...
Plants and autotrophs are also known as...
Heterotrophs are also known as...
A primary consumer is also known as a(n)...
The path the moon takes around the earth is called its _________________.
The shape of the moon\'s path around the earth is ______________-.
Each complete trip of the moon around the earth is called ______________.
Each time the moon completely spins around on its axis is called __________.
Deep valleys on the moon\'s surface are called ______________.
Hollowed-out places on the moon\'s surface are called_________________.
Large, flat areas on the moon\'s surface are called _________________.
Which is a true statement?
Which is a false statement?
Why do we always see the same side of the moon?
Which of the following is INCORRECT?
Which of the following does NOT fit with the other options?
This device bypasses the ear and delivers electrical impulses through a device attached to a person's skull.
This is one of the most well-known disabilities within the Deaf community?
People who are Deaf-Blind access communication through...
People who are Deaf-Blind access print through...
Which phrase refers to specific attitudes, beliefs, habits, and other characteristics found in Deaf culture as a whole?
BIG-HEAD can describe someone who is all of the following, EXCEPT...
Which of the following could NOT be produced by changing the location for the sign HURT?
Which of the following could NOT be signed using CL:4?
What is a database
What is the difference between data and information?
How is database organised?
What is used when there is a need to uniquely identify each record in a table?
Which of the following is NOT a common use of large scale databases?
What is important when designing a database?
What is the field name?
What could be used to find and sort records faster?
What is a query used for in a database?
Which of the following is an appropriate type for a field containing decimal values?
Which numbers are in order from Least to Greates?
Whick numbers are in order from Greatest to Least?
Which numbers are in order from Least to Greatest?
Which numbers are in order from Greatest to Least?
Which numbers are in order from Least to Greatest?
Which numbers are in order from Least to Greatest?
Which numbers are in order from Greatest to Least?
Whick numbers are in order from Greatest to Least?
Which numbers are in order from Least to Greatest?
Which numbers are in order from Greatest to Least?
What is a website that is updated regularly and operates like a journal?
What is the central processing unit that carries out the functions in a computer & is nicknamed the brain?
What is a type of internet address such as .gov .com .net .edu ?
What are the physical parts of a computer?
What is a group of rules and functions that is used to transfer data over the web?
This is the same as HTTP (group of rules for transfering data) however it is secure.
What are a string of numbers that indicate the location of a computer called?
What is the group of software that gives instructions to the computer on how to operate called?
What is the type of computer memory that is temporarily used to allow programs to operate called?
What is a computer program called that locates information on the web?
How should you measure output from a foley catheter?
A clean-catch specimen is also known as a
How can you position a resident on a bedpan is she cannot raise her hips?
Why is it best to avoid using an indwelling catheter unnecessarily?
The urinary drainage bag
The position for an enema is called
An enema is used to
The opening of an ostomy is called the
You changed the incontinent resident 30 minutes ago, and he is wet again. What should you do?
A urine strainer/filter would be used to check for
What agency specializes in caring for residents with terminal illnesses?
In which stage of the grief process is a patient likely to yell at you?
An Advanced Directive that allows a person to specify whether they want life prolonging measures used is called
In which stage of the grief process would your patient be likely to say, "I'm sure they will find a cure"?
When working with a dying patient the CNA should
In which stage of the grief process would a person be withdrawn?
Caring for the body after death is called
Which is true about the grief process?
Palliative care may also be called
During the bargaining phase of the grief process, a resident might say
Which numbers are in order from Least to Greatest?
Which numbers are in order from Greatest to Least?
Which numbers are in order from Least to Greatest?
Which numbers are in order from Greatest to Least?
Which numbers are in order from Least to Greatest?
Which numbers are in order from Greatest to Least?
Which numbers are in order from Least to Greatest?
Which numbers are in order from Greatest to Least?
Which numbers are in order from Least to Greatest?
Which numbers are in order from Least to Greatest?
If you find a patient lying on the floor, you should
Your home health patient is diabetic; you find him lethargic. He does not remember when he ate. You should
How should you position a resident who is in shock?
Which is true of pain?
The CNA can help a residet sleep by
Dialysis is
Proper care of a patient just returning from dialysis would include
Applications of heat work to
What should you do if the patient's IV pump is alarming?
After surgery, it is important to
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Which is true?
Can molecules diffuse out of the cell or just into the cell?
Another word for balanced is
The nutrient cells need is called
The oxygen and glucose that diffuses into a cell goes to which organelle for energy?
True or False? Without diffusion all cells would die.
The cell membrane enables some substances to enter and exit the cell but not all substances. What type of membrane is the cell membrane known as?
A round character is...
The antagonist is...
Plot is...
Theme is...
The protagonist is...
Motivation is...
Setting is...
A static character is..
Characterization is...
Vividly means
feat means
To relate to means...
valid means...
To perceive means...
To depict means..
Which number below is not a natural number?
Which number below is not a rational number?
Which number below is a whole number, and an integer, but not a natural number?
Which number below is not an irrational number?
Rational numbers are numbers that can be expressed as a __________?
Irrational numbers are _____________.
Whole numbers and their opposites are called _________________.
Counting numbers are also called _______________.
Perfect squares are ________________________.
When you are multiplying a number by itself you are _______________ the number.
When you are finding the square root of a number, you need to ______________.
A straight line with a positive slope __________________.
A straight line with a negative slope ______________.
A proportional line ________________.
Which point below would be graphed on a proportional line with a slope of 3?
Which choice below does NOT mean proportional?
Point (5, 2) would be graphed on a proportional line with a slope of _________.
What is the rate of change between the points (3, 8) and (6, 12)?
If a line has a constant rate of change, that means that the line
What is the rate of change between points (1, 7) and (5, 9)?
If a straight, proportional line has the point (3, 9) graphed on it, it has a slope of ________.
This right gives you the ability to peacefully gather
This clause of the 14th Amendment makes sure that the law does not discriminate against race, religion, or gender
This right states that the government cannot make or endorse an official religion.
What rights does the government have to give a person before they take their life, liberty, or property?
This freedom gives people the right to directly communicate with their government officials about issues.
This right allows the media to publish negative information about the government.
This amendment sets up the rules to become a citizen of the United States
This right gives people the freedom to express their opinions and beliefs.
This amendment gives people the freedom of religion, assembly, press, petition, and speech.
The 14th Amendment states that all people born or ____________________ are citizens.
Which of the following is a duty of a citizen?
Which of the following is a responsibility?
Which of the following is a duty?
Which of the following is a responsibility?
Obeying the laws, paying taxes, attending school, defending the nation, and serving in court are all _____________ of citizens.
Holding elected office, attending government meetings, participating in campaigns, and registering and voting are all _________________ of citizens.
Responsibilties are things that we _____________ do as citizens.
Duties are things that we ______________ do as citizens
What happens if you do not fulfill your duties as a citizen?
If you serve on a jury or as a witness, you are fulfilling which duty?
A person with rights and duties under a government and who owes their allegiance to that government is known as a -
Which of the following would be considered a U.S. Citizen?
These are all ways to become a United States Citizen EXCEPT -
A person representing their government here in the United States is known as a -
When seeking U.S. Citizenship, a person must meet all of the following requirements, EXCEPT -
To be considered a natural born U.S. Citizen, you must
Maria was born in Mexico while her parents were visiting relatives. Before they left for Mexico, Maria's parents had just become naturalized U.S. Citizens. Is Maria a U.S. Citizen?
Billy was born in the Netherlands. Her father is not a U.S. Citizen, but his mother is. Is Billy a U.S Citizen?
Katherine was born in France. Her mother gave up her U.S. Citizenship when she became a French Citizen. Katherine's father is French. Is Katherine a U.S. Citizen?
Which of the following is true of America as a result of immigration?
A ________________________ is a structure used by writers to convey a message to readers
A literary device used by the writer to give readers a greater understanding and appreciation of the story or text is called a
The perspective from which a story is told is called ____________________.
A(n) ___________________ takes the place of a noun.
A _________________ joins words or phrases
She sells seashells by the seashore. This sentence above is an example of which literary technique?
_______________ is the central idea, concern, or message in a text.
What is the subject in this sentence? The baby cries softly for his mother.
A _________ is used in place of a period for two sentences where the conjunction has been left out.
_____________ is when the short or long vowel sounds are repeated anywhere in words that are close together.
A(n) ________________________ is a long narrative in a story or poem, about a hero who symbolizes the values of a cultural group.
In this stage of the Hero’s Journey, the hero receives a calling, a challenge, or a quest, and begins his adventure.
In this stage of the Hero’s Journey, the hero encounters a person, object, or even a supernatural force that will aid him in his task.
____________________ is when the beginning sounds of words are repeated in a line of poetry or a sentence.
In the epic Beowulf, _________________ is a monster who presents Beowulf with his First Trial.
A culture where strong leaders of kings and their warrior protect their people is called a _________________ culture.
____________________ is when the consonant sounds of words are anywhere in words that are close together
In this stage of the hero’s journey, the hero returns to the ordinary world, but he has gained new strength and wisdom.
What happens in Beowulfs First Trial?
John went to the mall. What is the subject of this sentence.
What is the predicate of this sentence? The cat ran.
A sustained increase in the average level of prices.
Trading goods and services without using money is called...
A booklet for recording your transactions.
Writing a check for more money than you have in your account.
A check that has been paid.
A check that draws on the money of the bank or other financial business that issued it.
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Jen did not receive flowers for Valentine's Day, so she was mad at her boyfriend.
Today is the best day of my life.
Have you ever danced in the rain?
Although I am very tired, I have many things to do, so I will not take a nap.
Even though you are a noisy class, I still like you.
Because I don't understand this material, I will study extra hard tonight!
While I have never been to Ireland, I really want to go.
The students who are taking driver's ed are great drivers, and I am not scared of them.
If I had a nickel for every time I heard that, I would be rich!
That tapping is annoying, and it is giving me a headache.
What is the molar mass of MgNO3 ?
How many atoms are in 3.1 moles of Lithium?
What is the molar mass of Na(CO)2?
How many moles are in 2.4 x 10^15 particles of NaCl?
You have discovered 1 mol of an unknown substance. When you weigh the substance it weighs exactly 22.990 grams. What element have you found?
You measured an ALL copper (Cu) penny and it weighs 150 grams. How many moles of Cu are in this penny?
A clown tells you he needs 15 moles of helium gas to make balloon animals. How much will that gas weigh in grams?
You are trying to build a gold metal boat that weighs 125 grams. How many moles of gold (Au) do you need to build your boat?
You have 59.0 grams of calcium oxide (CaO). How many moles is this?
You have a HUGE pure Aluminum (Al) sword that weighs 430 grams. How many moles of Al make up the sword?
The short story that would be considered a classic dystopia is:
The story that is based on a 20 year flashback is
The story with the fewest characters is
The story that explores a one week flashback is
The story written by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. is
One of the stories told in first person is
The story that has a setting of 1950's/India is
The story that has a futuristic setting is
The story with the most violent conclusion is
The only story that has two protagonists is
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The title of the web page appears where
When one uses color they should
Be ________ in all design elements used on all pages
If Jim wants to put a table with a border of 4 on his webpage he would enter
To end a table in html what code would Tiffany enter ?
To move my text to the right I would enter
If Dennis has a table and wants to put the word cow in one cell and chicken in another and both on the same row what would he enter?
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Tables are not good for organizing information on a webpage
To begin any webpage you put what?
The protagonist in this story is named momma
Eckles would be considered the protagonist of
Hazel and George are round characters but remain
The protagonist in Like the Sun is
Millicent is the protagonist of
There Will Come Soft Rains has what kind of narrator?
Tim O'Brien most likely is the narrator of what story?
In the sound of Thunder, __________ is most likely the antagonist
One of the stories is considered a bildungsroman. Which one?
The only story that has an elderly woman telling the story is
This author of this story, Sylvia Plath, committed suicide using a gas oven.
Alice Walker, author of Everyday Use, was a/n throughout her lifetime.
This author was a Vietnam War Veteran
This author is considered one of the greatest writers to come from India.
This author loved dinosaurs, cats and science fiction
This author was a WW2 POW in Dresden, Germany.
This author wrote both The Sound of Thunder and There Will Come Soft Rains
Sylvia Plath was best known for her novel called
Tim O\'Brien\'s short stories are published in a collection called
The author, R.K. Narayan, writes mostly about
the line the silence was soft with cobwebs... is a
...sheathed over in a gleam of pebbles skin like the mail of a terrible warrior..
Remember that. Alexander, Caesar, Napoleon, Hitler...none of them exists...
So many people were shut up inside themselves like boxes..
Millicent sipped her cold, sweet drink slowly...
I used a kind of water gun...
He killed me at Scrabble...
I was a coward. I went to war.
They leaped like deer on the moon.
The Tip Top Lodge was NOT in good shape...this is an example of
Buddhism teaches that...
What is nirvana?
You can escape ________ by seeking _______
What are the Four Noble Truths?
Which is NOT one of the 8 teachings of the Eightfold Path?
To end suffering _________
Things...
When you find happiness, does it last?
The Eightfold Path is also called the...
The Eightfold Path is made of...
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When a child plays by themselves
child plays the same game with other children.
child plays a different game but sits beside another child
What is one of the 3 basics of babysitting?
What is one reason having a resume is important.
People who take responsibility for raising children on a long term or short term basis
which one of these are not examples of caregivers.
which is not quality of a child care center
What are examples of developmental task?
What is a milestone for a 1 year old?
What is a milestone for a toddler?
What is 1 milestone for a preschooler?
Which one of these are not a development area
Which was does a child learn best?
Can a child learn though there senses?
which is qualities of infant playtime.
Which one of these are not qualities of toddler Playtime.
Which one of these are qualities of preschool playtime.
What stage does a child parallel play?
What stage does a child cooperative play?
what stage does a child independent play?
Which is not a responsibility of a babysitter
Warm air
Cold air
It is a cloudy day and the barometric pressure continues to drop. It will most likely
An area of high pressure on a weather map will most likely be associated with
Air moves from _______ pressure to _______ pressure.
The bigger the difference in temperature between two areas is...
A cool breeze is blowing from the ocean towards the land during the day. This is called a
A cool breeze is blowing from the seashore/coastline towards the sea at night. This is called a
What is the main cause of winds?
It is 4 A.M. in Claxton Georgia. Based on what you know about the heating of Earth's surface, would Claxton be warmer or colder than Hilton Head Island?
At the start of a hurricane, strong winds blew over the ocean causing more water to evaporate. How did the effect the hurricane?
Which is MOST LIKELY to cause a hurricane?
It is a warm summer night. The relative humidity is 100%. From dusk until dawn, the air temperature drops 32 to 18 degrees Celcius. (0 degrees Celcius is freezing) What would you expect to see in the morning?
Only 3% of the water on Earth is freshwater. About 60% of that water is not available for man's use. Why is this?
As residents of Georgia, our weather is often influenced by air masses that start over the Gulf of Mexico. What type of air masses should we expect from the Gulf of Mexico?
What two conditions are necessary for frost to form?
Humid, tropical air rises over the Atlantic Ocean near the equator. As the air rises it begins to circulate counterclockwise. A low pressure system with winds over 120 km/hour is
Oceans contain many dissolved elements like calcium, sodium, and chlorine and these elements plus others combine to form the salts in the oceans. Calcium and sodium form from
You research the hourly temperatures of an ocean and a land mass near each other. Both have similar temperatures in the morning, but changes occur the rest of the day because.
John measured the temperature difference between two areas located next to each other. She did this at four locations. Which location is MOST LIKELY to have the strongest winds?
goods used to make other goods
the act of dividing up something and passing pieces out
people who use/buy something
The using up of goods and services by consumer purchasing or in the production of other goods
the way goods/services are delivered to the customer
physical items that
the people who make up the workforce of a company
materials that can be found naturally within an environment
belonging to one person/group
belonging to one person/group
Who created the World Wide Web?
What's was the first name of the language which eventually grew into the World Wide Web?
what does HTML stand for
what is the name of the most important tag in HTML which anchors a word to a file
what is the name of the area at the bottom of Dreamweaver which allows you to change the attributes of words and pictures
What is the name of the language which allows you to change the way things look
What is the name of the language which handles the content of the web page
A rule which modifies a single word or a paragraph is called a ___________
A box for which you can make many rules including border, font size, and margins is called a ___________
HTML became popular because it was free, could be used on any computer, was easy to write, and was very useful.
Vinton Cerf is an important historical figure because he is one of the scientist who created
Ray Tomlinson came up with the idea of signaling the server in an e-mail address. He did this by using what sign?
the protocol which vinton cerf invented is called
Each network interface card has its own unique address which is called?
A power supply contains two components. they are rectifier and a
windows seven is an example of
The software which turns on and off your computer, stores info on your hard drive, and organizes your info into folders is called
software which helps you to accomplish specific tasks such as writing letters, playing games, creating presentations and databases is called
ARPA stands for
A router is found on layer___________ of the OSI model
An environment that contains a community of organisms that interact and depend on each other is called?
Which of the following is NOT an essential natural resource that ecosystems need to survive?
Which of the following statements is NOT true about food production in the United States?
Food additives are used for all of the following EXCEPT:
Which of the following does NOT contribute to global hunger?
Which of the following is NOT a strategy for increasing food supplies?
Achieving economic growth while protecting the environment and promoting human well being is known as:
Canning, freezing, curing, and drying are all methods of:
A healthy ecosystem needs _________, or a variety of plant and animal species.
A process called _________ used to make instant coffee and died soup mixes, retains more flavor, texture, and nutrients than drying alone.
Supermarkets and other food outlets that sell products directly to consumers are called food:
People in _________ nations, which are just beginning to industrialize, often face obstacles trying to feed themselves and their families.
Fresh water found beneath the surface of the earth is called:
Solar and wind power are both __________ resources because they are continually replenished.
Organisms such as bacteria and fungi that break down dead matter and return the components to the environment as nutrients are called:
In __________ farming, families live on whatever they can produce, which is usually a limited supply of food with little variety and inadequate nutrition.
A cycle or process in which organisms get food from other organisms and the environment.
Consumers that eat both plants and animal:
Length of time food holds its original flavor and quality:
Growing plants without soil:
The outer layer in an animal cell
The function of the cell membrane is
All cells need what to survive?
Another word for concentration in reference to diffusion is
Moving of molecules from high to low concentration is
Which element do cells need?
Which molecule do cells need?
Diffusion is an example of what type of transport?
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Where are genes located?
A male has the genotype XY. Which parent is responsible for giving the son the Y chromosome?
The process by which organisms that are most suited to their environment survive and reproduce most successfully.
What kind of alleles are present in the heterozygous genotype?
Which of the following traits would help a rabbit living in a forest survive?
Where are chromosomes located?
Although Charles Darwin may not have been aware of it, the differences that he saw in individual finches within a population of birds were probably caused by _____________.
When a farmer only breeds cows that allows produce a lot of milk, this process is called __________.
A change in the chromosome structure caused by radiation, chemicals, pollutants, or replication ic called a/an _________________.
What type of reproduction results in a variation of traits within a species?
What is a change in body form called?
What is the passing of traits from parent to offspring?
What is a young insect that looks like an adult called?
How long an animal expects to live is called its
The production of offspring is called
What is the female egg required for reproduction called?
What is a wormlike organism which has a form different from its parent?
What is a developing animal which is produced by fertilization?
The stages of an organism's growth and development is called its
The joining of an egg and a sperm is called
An organism that breaks down dead plants and animals is a...
An organism that eats dead animals is a...
An organism that eats leaf litter, like a caterpillar is a...
An organism that eats only producers is a(n)...
An organism that has an unusually large effect on an ecosystem is a(n)..
An organism that eats other animals is a(n)...
An organism that eats both plants and animals is a(n)...
In the following food chain which organism is the primary consumer? Grass--Mouse--Snake--Hawk
In the following food chain which organism is the producer? Grass--Mouse--Snake--Hawk
In the following food chain which organism is the tertiary consumer? Grass--Mouse--Snake--Hawk
A scientist finds an index fossil in layers of rock in both Africa and South America. What does this indicate about the ages of the rocks?
Which is the most accurate method used in determining the age of a fossil?
Which are scientists most likely to use to estimate the age of Earth?
Through relative dating, a geologist finds a fossil that is approximately 10,000 years old. Which radioactive element would the geologist most likely use to accurately calculate th
Scientists uncover mammoth bones and are able to determine the amount of carbon-14 in the bones. Which best explains the use of carbon-14 in studying the mammoth?
Which conclusion can be made when observing multiple undisturbed layers of rock?
Which process would be most effective in determining the age of fossils embedded in rock?
Which best describes the relationship between rock layers and index fossils?
Which method of radioactive dating would be most useful in determining the age of a human fossil?
A geologist found 600-year-old sediments below a particular rock layer. Which will the geologist most likely find above the rock layer?
How many directions does energy flow?
How much energy gets passed on to the next trophic level?
How much energy is lost between trophic levels?
What happens to the energy that is lost between trophic levels?
If 24,368 kcals of energy is available to the producer, how much is available to the secondary consumer?
If 24,368 kcals of energy is available to the producer, how much is available to the quaternary consumer?
If 24,368 kcals of energy is available to the producer, how much is available to the primary consumer?
If 24,368 kcals of energy is available to the producer, how much is available to the tertiary consumer?
Why is a pyramid used to represent energy flow?
Why is there more producers than top consumers?
A character who changes is considered
A character who DOES NOT CHANGES is considered
the character who we want to change in some way is usually
a foil character to the narrator in "On the Rainy River" is
a story that includes a young adult struggling with the angst of growing up is
a regional way of speaking is considered
when we are recognizing the simple dictionary definition of a word, we call it
words chosen carefully by the author to convey a particular meaning is called
empathy is when we try to
figurative language is considered
when a narrator reflects on something from the past they are using
when we use language to exaggerate something we are using a/n
when we can see, taste, smell, feel or hear the language, it's considered
dramatic irony is found in _____________ only
When we 'infer' we use prior information (inference)
when we predict - we are basically guessing with NO PRIOR INFORMATION
using words like jumbo shrimp, pretty ugly, and almost perfect are
if the leaves are dancing and my refrigerator is wheezing, I am using
the framework of ALL FICTION uses
first person point of view uses the pronoun _______ when narrating
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Stated that the colonists were free and independent
Group that makes a decision in a court of law
Organized an army to be led by George Washington
Rule by one person or family
The ____) gives people the basic rights of “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”
Another reason colonists formed their own government was to choose their own____
Colonists decided to take action against England
Democracy means
One reason colonists formed their own government was that they felt England taxed them
Made up of nobles and church leaders
Made up of knights and common people
4. The greatest influence on colonial government came from ____
Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Indendpence
Which type of rock contains most fossils?
Which type of organism will most likely form a fossil?
If an organism dies in _______________ there is a better chance that a fossil will be formed.
Which of the following is an abiotic factor that can affect an organism after death?
A scientist that uses fossils to study life in the past is called a ____________.
Which of the following events may lead to fossils being formed?
What could happen to a fossil after it is formed that would destroy the fossil?
Why would scientist want to study coprolite?
Which scenario would most likely lead to the formation of a dinosaur.
How are preserved remains different from fossils?
Of what did Odysseus’s mother die of?
How old is Telemachus at the start of the epic?
What happens to the disloyal maids after they clean the blood from the great hall?
What does Tiresias warn Odysseus not to harm on his voyage?
Who kills Antinous’s father?
In about what year was the Odyssey composed?
Who transforms Odysseus’s sailors into pigs?
Odysseus left Penelope bound for what city?
Which goddess often assists Odysseus and Telemachus, and speaks up for them in the councils of the gods on Mount Olympus?
How long does Odysseus spend on Calypso’s island?
In Penelope’s archery contest, through how many axes must Odysseus fire his arrow?
Which plant makes the sailors forget their desire to return home?
How does Athena disguise herself to make preparations for Telemachus’s journey?
Who is Argos?
Who first finds Odysseus on the island of Scheria?
Who has an affair with Eurymachus?
Menelaus is king of which city?
Eurycleia recognizes Odysseus based on what distinguishing feature?
How is Odysseus able to listen safely to the Sirens’ song?
Who begs Odysseus to bury him?
Looks after the finances of an organization
Prepare and cook food
Meet and greet visitors
Defend and prosecute people
Looks after people's animals
Design, make, alter, or repair clothes
Organize and repair technical equipment
look after people's teeth
Prepare and sell meat
Look after people's health
A brief account of one's professional or work experience and qualifications
Acting or arriving exactly at the time appointed; prompt
the days and hours an employee works on a weekly basis.
A formal meeting in person, especially one arranged for the assessment of the qualifications of an applicant
the act of hearing attentively
Person who is in charge at the workplace. The boss.
The skills you need to do a particular job
When applying for a job, you will fill out an...
Being well-groomed and taking care of yourself
At your job, if you finish a task that was assigned, you should...
What causes winds to curve?
Which clouds are made from ice and form high in the sky?
Which clouds are flat and low in the sky?
Which clouds are fair weather clouds?
Which clouds cause thunderstorms?
What type of precipitation remains frozen from the cloud to the ground?
What type of precipitation is round pellets that become too heavy and fall out of a cumulonimbus cloud?
What type of precipitation is liquid that falls through a layer of freezing air?
What type of precipitation is liqud that freezes when it reaches the ground?
The trapping of heat by the Earth's atmosphere is called
What type of heat transfer is the direct transfer of heat?
What type of heat transfer is heat traveling in waves?
What type of heat transfer is when air is heated, rises, cools, and then falls?
What type of breeze comes from the land?
What type of breeze comes from the sea?
What is the process that forms clouds after evaporation?
What is the process when water goes back into the atmophere after precipitation?
What is the condition called when an area goes without rain for an extended period of time?
Which is not an effect of drought?
Which in not an effect of flooding?
Which of the following would be considered an example of a natural resource?
A carpenter built a birdhouse. This is an example of a __________________ and a __________________.
______________________ is the study of how people manage their resources to produce, distribute, consume needs and wants.
Spanish, Italian, and French are all examples of _____________________ languages, which are typically spoken in south/southwestern Europe.
The three most common religious beliefs found in Europe today are
What has helped Italian merchants become successful traders?
Which of the following was established by the government to help reduce air pollution in the United Kingdom?
Supply Demand determines what how goods/services will be produced, without any government interference, in this type of economic system.
Which of the following would be an example of a service?
English is an example of a _________________________ language. This is the most widely spoken language group in Europe its speakers are typically found in the central northwestern regions of the continent.
Christianity is the most widespread religion in Europe. What are the three main types of Christianity found in there?
What is the definition of a caregiver?
What is one thing you should do while searching for a quality child care center?
What is an achievement that happens in different stages of a child's development?
How old is a child usually when they first sit up by themselves?
What is one example of intellectual development.
How do children learn best?
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How does the Sargeism,Don't ever believe your lying eyes until you see it on paper apply to this chapter?
Based upon what we have learned about Bo and his family so far, we can infer that
According to Darnell, Bo's family was not too ghetto because
On the refrigerator at Bo's house Luther found
What did Luther do with KeeKee's things?
How was KeeKee's picture of My Family different from the way she really lived?
What made Bo and his family different from most others that have been evicted?
How did KeeKee describe Bo in her poem?
What happened when Sparky and Luther began cleaning out one of Sarge's homes?
Luther met with Sarge eveyday after school so she could
Means something that has been passed down in a culture form
Trading goods for other goods
Centralized economy, in which government planning groups make most of the economic decisions
French phrase that means to allow them to do as they please
Located on a continuum between pure market and a Command market economy
When both parties in the transaction see that they will be able to gain something in the exchange
Creating products that a country does best at and are in demand
Anything that slows down or prevents one country from exchanging goods with another
A tax placed on goods when they are imported
Goods brought into one country from another country
Which of the following happens in the nervous system as a person ages?
The eyeball's inner lining, which detects light, is called
Clouding of the lens of the eye is called
A condition that causes a shuffling gait, blank facial expression, and tremors is
A CVA (cerebro-vascular accident) is
Sundowning is
Having paralysis on one side of the body is known as
Multiple sclerosis results in
A lethargic patient is
If your patient experiences weakness on one side, and one side of her mouth droops, you might suspect
Nasal cannula is
Which is NOT an age-related change in the respiratory tract?
What must body cells have to survive?
What type of pneumonia is caused by choking?
A sign that the patient is not getting enough oxygen is
The best position for a resident with dyspnea is
Difficulty breathing is called
The orthopnea position may help a patient
If the nurse asks for a sputum specimen, the patient should be asked to
A common type of COPD is
What are the main processes of the water cycle?
What process removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere?
How does carbon dioxide get released into the atmosphere?
Which element is the most abundant in the atmosphere, but it has to be
What has to happen to nitrogen before it can be
The erosion of rocks causes the release of what element?
Fertilizers are rich in which two elements?
The burning of fossil fuels is known as what?
How do humans alter the carbon cycle?
How does deforestation affect the carbon cycle?
_______ stylos, je ne les aime pas!
Nous n'avons pas _______ trousse.
Vous aimez ______ ordinateur-ci?
J'ai _______ montre bleu.
Christophe adore _______ baskets.
Tu aimes mieux _____ bracelet-ci ou _____ bracelet-là?
Ils n\'ont pas _____ dictionnaire anglais-français.
Il me faut _____ cahier-ci et _____ gomme-là pour la science.
Marianne et Georges, il vous faut ____ trousses?
Il nous faut _____ portefeuille et _____ jean.
Which is NOT effective behavior in applying for a job?
Which is the most professional behavior for an interview?
A male staff member tells a female, “What a sexy top you have on today!” This is considered
When you decide to resign from your job you should
Which behavior is most effective in working with others?
One strategy in problem solving includes
The least effective strategy in conflict resolution would be
Coming up with as many ideas as possible, without yet discarding ideas, is called
Which displays positive behavior?
Which is NOT a strategy in organizing your time?
When North America is tilted toward the sun, what season is it in North America?
What is the shape of Earth's orbit around the sun?
Does Earth's tilt change as it travels around the sun?
What are the two ways Earth moves in space?
Which place on Earth receives the most direct sunlight?
Why does Earth have day and night?
What caused Earth's seasons?
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