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What caused Great Britain to begin taxing the colonies?
Which of the following did not help the Industrial Revolution spread to the United States?
Which of the following is not a country that caught on in industrialization in the 1800's?
Who became the emperor of France following the French Revolution?
Who tried to ban French trade with Great Britain?
What did Great Britain have that gave them an advantage in industrialization?
What means to send away?
Who was an English writer that opposed the idea of Divine Right of Kings?
Who "proved" that the Sun was the center of our universe?
What was the official title of Napoleon?
What was the fuel of the Industrial Revolution?
Which of the following was not a reform of Napoleon?
What is the idea that you could use science to make life better called?
What is a systematic way of performing experiments?
Which of the following was not an area of life affected by the Enlightenment?
Who was a challenge Napoleon's attempt to create an empire in Europe?
Who was a supporter of Divine Right of Kings?
Which of the following was a key discovery during the Scientific Revolution?
Which of the following countries made the most profound statement about protection of rights?
What ill-advised invasion signaled the end for Napoleon?
Caroline uses 20N of force to move a box of books 15m. How much work did she do?
If you punch a punching bag hard, has work been done?
Finding the ratio of a machine's output force/input force gives you the machine\'s
By oiling the gears on her bike, Rebecca decreases the friction between moving parts and therefore increases the
If an inclined plane had a length of 20m and a height of 5m, what would the mechanical advantage be?
The number of times a machine multiplies your effort force is called -
In science, a push or a pull is called a
Daniel and Ryan both work at a car wash. It takes Daniel 20 minutes to wash a car and Ryan 10 min. Ryan has
The movement of an object is the result of
It took Bradley 45s and 60N of force to move a sofa 5m into a moving truck. How much power did he exert?
Force x distance is the formula for -
The correct equation for power is -
The amount of work completed in a certain amount of time is
What is being performed when a force is used to move an object a distance?
A car manufacturer reduces the mass of a car 250kg. If the new design is identical to the old design, how will the new car compare to the old car?
To complete a project, 200,000 Joules of work are needed. the time taken to complete the project is 20s. How much power is needed?
The acceleration of a dog sled depends on the force provided by the dogs and the -
A student pushes a grocery cart with a 32.1N moving it 15.7m. How much work was done?
the amount of work necessary to move a dirt pile was 620J. The amount of force used to move the dirt pile was 28.2N. How far was the dirt pile moved?
If it takes a force of 2000N to move a crate at a rate of 3.4 m/s/s, what is the mass of the object?
Shivering helps keep the body warm when the temperatures are cool. This is an example of
The gummy bear gained water through what process? HINT: What process deals with only water?
The movement of particles from more crowded areas to less crowded areas is called...
The movement of particles from less crowded areas to more crowded areas is called
What cell organelle controls what enters or exits the cell?
When you walk past a restaurant you can smell the food cooking because of
This type of transport requires energy to be used by the cell.
the movement of water through a membrane
the balance that all living things maintain in order to survive
Which of the following in an example of homeostasis?
What is the process that makes new ocean floor?
What is the process where old ocean floor sinks into the mantle?
What is the name of long chains of mountains on the ocean floor?
What are deep underwater canyons where subduction takes place?
What is the name of the theory that states that Earth's plates are in constant motion
What is the name for a crack in the Earth's crust where rocks can move?
Name the type of stress that squeezes rock
Name the type of stress that stretches rock.
Name the force that acts on rock to change its shape or volume.
Name the type of stress that twists rock in opposite directions
A snowboarder sitting at the top of a hill has what type of energy?
A flashlight is being used by LaTasha. What is the energy transfer by the flashlight?
A fire is being used to warm you up. What form of energy is being used?
Which has the highest potential energy?
Which has the lowest kinetic energy?
Which of the following is not a form of energy?
Which form of energy comes for the splitting of the nucleus of an atom?
Baking soda and vinegar react in a balloon. This balloon breaks. What type of energy was in the balloon?
Michael is yelling to his friend across the street. This is an example of -
A surfer is riding a wave. What type of energy does the wave have?
Growth and repair in multicellular organisms are the result of
Compared to the amount of hereditary information in a human body cell, how much hereditary
Which process gives rise to a variety of traits within a species?
In a one celled organism, cell division is responsible for
A hydra reproduces asexually by budding. What percentage of the offspring's genetic info is the same as the genetic info of the parent?
Which human organ system produces sperm or egg cells?
In humans, a trait can be determined by one pair or many pairs of
Which example would result in new cells that are most different from the parent cells?
Asexually produced offspring are genetically
What is the function of DNA in a cell?
Assuming 1 kg =1,000 g, a 5 kg object has less inertia than an object with a mass of __
What is true when all objects collide?
Why does a crumpled piece of paper land before a flat sheet of paper?
Which cart will accelerate the least?
A cue ball rolls toward a billard ball with a velocity of 1.0 m/s east. Both balls have identical masses. What happens to momentum after the two balls collide?
What must you jbow to find the momentum of an object?
If three balls of steel, rubber, and plastic were dropped at the same time from the same height, which would hit the ground first? (assume there is no air resistance)
Without any force to change it, an object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion according to
Acceleration is caused by a force acting on a mass according to
For a force on an object, there is a equal and opposite force according to
A degree that normally earns you about 30 credits is called
A degree that normallay earns you about 60 credits and requires a major is called
A major is
A PhD is
A Masters Degree requires
A professional degree is earned by
Certification Programs are
Junior Colleges offer these
A Professional degree will normally take you approximately
The more post-secondary education you earn
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Which of the following is not a irregular étre verb?
Which is the past participle partir
Which is the past participle of retourner
What do you do to make an étre infinitive plural for a group of males?
How do you make an infinitive plural and feminine?
TO BE, present simple, 3rs pers. plu.
TO HAVE, future simple, 1st pers. sing.
TO BE, present simple, 1st pers. sing.
TO BE, past simple, 3rd pers. sing.
TO HAVE, past simple, 3rd pers. sing.
TO BE, past simple, 3rd pers. sing.
TO HAVE, future simple, 1st pers. sing.
TO BE, present simple, 1st pers. plu.
TO BE, past simple, 1st pers. plu.
TO BE, past simple, 2nd pers. plu.
The sports table tennis is originated in what country?
It was being played by upper class and Victorian for what amusement?
Table tennis game played with following different names except.
ITTF means.
This Game supplies following except.
What is the visual color of the racket or bat use in table tennis?
7. The net height of the table in this game is.
The shakehand type of grip is also known as.
The penhold type of grip is also known as.
10. Offense stroke is also known
Is a large set of a similar nature.
2. Is a set t of data collected and/or selected from a statistical population by a define procedure.
3. That part of a population which is actually observed.
4. A process of selecting observations to obtain knowledge about population.
5. is an attribute that describes a person, place, thing or idea.
Take on values that are names or labels.
7. Is numeric and represent a measurable quantity.
8. Is a set of data values with unconnected data points, often count or score?
9. Is any data that has infinite values with connected data points, often a measurement?
10. It is the most commonly occurring value in a series.
How many original colonies were there?
The people of Great Britain were called?
Who won the French and Indian War?
What was the money sent from America to Britain called?
What was the law called that enforced the tax?
Who made the laws for Britain?
What did the largest city in Boston have near the Atlantic Ocean?
What was it called when Americans threw all the tea overboard the ship?
The Tea Party made the king?
In 1775, What happened?
Nombre del actor que interpretó el personaje de Jack en Titanic
Nombre del personaje que interpretó Michael J. Fox En la película Volver al futuro.
Actriz que interpretó a Cleopatra en 197x
Actriz que saltó a la fama al actuar en E.T., y que actualmente es una reconocida celebridad en el mundo cinematográfico
Actor que interpreto a Don Corleone en El Padrino (1)
Película en que la trama era sobre la reaparición de dinosaurios en una isla alejada.
Nombre de película de dibujos animados donde un niño explorador emprende una aventura con un anciano en una casa que vuela gracias a globos de helio
Director de las películas Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown y Kill Bill
Raza del perro en la película Marley y yo
Personajes principales de la película Grease (1978)
Networking is _______________________.
The audio engineer's duties include:_______________________
Which if the following is not found in a production proposal?
Primary functions of lighting are sufficient light to:_____________________________________
The floor manager is the only person in the studio other than the director who can yell, CUT!
The video engineer's assistant is the gaffer.
The CG operator creates background audio and sound effects.
Production values are the overall aesthetics of the production.
Properly placing items in a shot by operating the camera and tripod is called __________.
The _____________ is the final authority on which stories will air on the newscast.
1. What is the other term for Medieval Ages?
2. When it happened that a day of long battle that changed the course of history was took place in England near Hastings?
3. What is it that also known as a caste system that was practiced and became the social system of England?
4. What is this series of war or “holy war” that waged in the 11th, 12th, and 13th centuries by Christian Europe against the followers of Muhammad, with Jerusalem and the holy land as a prize?
5. What is this one of the book that changed the world, mostly England?
6. Why this book is became one of the books that changed the world?
7. How did this tales started?
8. What was the reason why Thomas Becket died?
9. What was the other name given to Thomas Becket?
10. Why church is powerful during medieval ages?
Which of the following are the main building blocks of cell membranes?
Which of the following statements best describes the lipid bilayer?
Which of the following statements best describes the lipid bilayer?
Which of the following statements best describes the lipid bilayer of a cell membrane?
Which of the following act as gates to allow polar molecules to cross the cell membrane?
Oxygen molecules move freely across membranes until they reach equilibrium. Which of the following best describes this transport mechanism?
Since lipid molecules and the cell membrane both contain large amounts of fatty compounds, lipids are able to freely pass through the cell membrane without the aid of pumps or channels. Which of the following best describes this transport mechanism?
Which of the following is an example of passive transport?
An example of a molecule that would move through the phospholipid layer would be
An example of a molecule that would move through a carrier protein would be
Which of the following is an example of passive transport?
Exocytosis is like a(n)
Endocytosis is like a(n)
Which of the following is best described as pumping ions against the concentration gradient or from low to high?
9 x 2 =____
6 x 2 =____
4 x 3 =
12 x 2 =
7 x 2 =
5 x 3 =
9 x 3 =
6 x 3 =
2 x 3 =
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The smallest unit of life that can perform all life processes
What is the correct order of organization from smallest to largest?
There are several differences between plant and animal cells. What is one structure of plant cells that animal cells do not contain?
In a multicellular organism, which of these is made up of all the others?
Which of these organisms is a unicellular organism?
Which of the following is NOT a benefit to being multicellular
The structure found in both plant and animal cells that controls the flow of materials into and out of the cell is the
Muscle cells require more energy than do most other cells. Which organelles would you expect to find in greater abundance in muscle cells?
Proteins determine many characteristics about an organism. Which organelle is responsible for the production of proteins and where does it get its instructions?
What energy transformation occurs in green plants during photosynthesis?
What parasite is most often responsible for the spread of Lyme disease?
Which cause athlete’s foot, ringworm, and thrush?
Which characteristic makes bacteria suitable for scientific research of disease?
Which best describes how viruses affect many organisms?
Which best explains why antibiotics are ineffective in treating viral infections?
Which best explains why more than 300 million people in Asia are infected with malaria each year?
Which disease is caused by living organisms?
How do viruses cause disease?
Which is the most likely reason for a decline in antibiotic use?
Given favorable conditions, which disease-causing agent could quickly multiply into colonies of billions of cells in the space of a drop of water?
A plant forms new tissue at the tips of its roots and stems. This new tissue growth is a direct result of
Strong genes are also called
Weak genes are also called
A combination of one dominant and one recessive gene Bb is called
Genes with the same letters BB or bb, are called
What an organism looks like is its
The letters that represent what a gene looks like is called
This is used to show how traits are passed in a family. A family tree.
This is used to show the % jprobability of a trait that could be passed on.
Type of reproduction that involves one parent
spoon
napkin
cup
fork
glass
bowl
plate
knife
kitchen
house
it is a trigonometric function (opposite over hypotenuse)
it is the reciprocal function of cosine
The graphs of both sine and cosine
it is a part on an angle that goes anywhere and defines the angle
the smallest angle between the terminal side and the x-axis.
All of these are use for measuring angles, EXCEPT_________
It is a way to remember the definitions of the three most common trigonometry functions: sin, cos and tan.
_________is an angle which terminal side is lying along an x or y axis.
what is the reference angle of 370 degree (in degree measure)
find the measure of angle C if if anlge B and agle A is equals to 45 degree
What is one of the major probelms facing those who depend on the Nile River for their water?
How did the Aswan Dam change Egyptian farming?
What is silt?
Continued use of chemical fertilizer causes what to build up in soil?
Which part of Africa has access to the Niger River?
Which BEST describes a major use of the Niger River?
Which BEST describes a major use of the Congo River?
What do some people believe might lead to "water wars" in Africa in the future?
Why do some governments ignore industrial pollution of major rivers and waterways?
What is something that Africans SHOULD NOT worry about in unclean water?
In a unitary government system who holds most of the power?
In a confederation government system who holds most of the power?
In a federal system of government who holds most of the power
In an autocracy, who makes most of the important governmental decisions?
Which describes the decision-makers in an oligarchy?
Why do the individual voters have more power in a democracy than they do in an autocracy or an oligarchy?
Which branch of government is responsible for making and carrying out the laws in a parliamentary system of government?
What is the leader of a parliamentary system often called?
Which BEST describes the two predominant forms of a democratic government?
The leader of a parliamentary type of government is called the
Who chooses the country's leader in a parliamentary form of government?
Which BEST describes a head of state in a parliamentary government system?
Which branch of government passes laws in a presidential system of goverment?
In a presidential system of government, how is a president chosen?
What is the role of the president regarding the laws passed by the legislature?
What is one main difference between a president and a prime minister?
Which African country has been independent of colonial control for the longest time?
Which term correctly defines apartheid?
How is the president of South Africa chosen?
Which European country once controlled Kenya, Sudan, and South Africa?
Who makes most of the important governmental decisions in the Republic of Sudan?
What is the literacy rate in Kenya?
What is the literacy rate in the Republic of Sudan?
How do the literacy rates for girls and boys compare in both Kenya and Sudan?
What percentage of Kenyan children attend elementary school?
What organization is primarily responsible for improvements in Kenya's educational system?
Why are literacy rates for girls lower than those for boys in both Kenya and Sudan?
What would be the correct definition of a dowry?
What is one factor that has caused the Republic of Sudan to pay less attention to education?
Many of the girls who do go to school in the Republic of Sudan are only allowed to study what subjects?
What program would you use to create a memo, letter, or report?
What line spacing is used in a report
What line spacing is used in a memo/letter
A possible spelling is indicated by a ___________ in Word.
Which example would Spell Check NOT find when used incorrectly?
Which button on the keyboard would help you line things up?
When you type in word and it automatically goes to the next line, what is that called?
How do you know who typed a letter if it wasnt typed by the person it is from?
What type of indent is used in a works cited page?
How do you catch mistakes the computer doesnt catch when creating a document?
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1--2--3--___
Which shows 3?
Count: O O O O O
Which shows MORE?
Which shows FEWER?
Which is one?
Which is three?
Count: O O O O
1- 2- ___
Count: O O O O O
_______, you add the flour, and _____ you add the eggs.
2. Large dog breeds can be scary. ___________, a chow-chow is more frightening than a Chihuahua.
Heather tried to improve her grade by studying harder. She turned in an extra credit book report _______.
_______ her mother had many years before, Laura won the high-jump event at her school.
People crowded into the building. ________, the scene looked like a party.
The teacher loved shaping young minds. ___________, she always had.
The team's new recruit pitched poorly and failed to tag runners. ________, the new player just wasn't what his team expected him to be.
Travis knew he was in trouble for not cleaning his room. _________, he had not washed the dishes as his mother had asked.
Lydia knew it was wrong to disobey her mother. _______, she agreed to go to the movies with her friends that night.
Jennifer brushed her teeth and climbed into bed. ______, she fell asleep.
According to mercantilists, the prosperity of a nation depended on
According to the policy of mercantilism, how could a nation increase its wealth?
African slaves were obtained by Europeans from
All of the following were impacts of the slave trade on African societies EXCEPT
As part of the Columbian Exchange, which of the following was carried west across the Atlantic?
European expansion was driven by all of these EXCEPT
How did Bartolemé de Las Casas affect race relations in the Americas?
How did slavery in African and Muslim societies differ from slavery in the Americas?
How did the middle passage get its name?
How was Africa affected by the Atlantic slave trade?
On what assumption was the encomienda system based?
Portugal maintained a colonial or trade interest in all of these EXCEPT
The English established colonies or trade relations in all of the following EXCEPT
The Moluccas were known to Europeans as the
The set of principles that dominated economic thought in the seventeenth century was known as
What did the encomienda system provide for New Spain?
What helped to increase the slave trade in Africa during the seventh century?
What prompted a wave of new businesses and trade practices in Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries?
What was one effect in Europe of the financial success of American colonies?
What was one result of the loss of native lives to disease?
What was the main economic activity in New France?
What was the purpose of most of the joint-stock companies of the 1500s and 1600s?
Where in the Americas did Christopher Columbus land first?
Which European country was the first to import enslaved Africans to the Americas?
Which of the following areas was originally founded as a settlement by the Dutch?
Which of the following did NOT aid the Spanish in conquering the Aztecs?
Who conquered the Aztec empire?
Why did Europeans see Africans as a better a source of labor than Native Americans?
Why did the English want to take control of New Netherland?
went to his grave believing he had discovered a westward passage to Asia, when he had in fact discovered the Americas.
Who was the most infamous pirate in North America?
Who is the worst conquistador ever?
Where was Rick Rescorla from?
a change that affects the activity of the organism
the smallest unit that can perform all life processes
reproduction that does not involve the union of sex cells and in which one parent produces offspring identical to itself
the passing of traits from one generation to the next
the maintenance of a stable internal environment
reproduction in which the sex cells from two parents unite, producing offspring that share traits from both parents
the total of all of the chemical activities that the organism performs
When a chilly wind blew by, Tims skin immediately got goosebumps. What was the wind in this scenario?
What is your body trying to do when you feel a hunger pang?
Scientists think they have discovered a new species. Which of the following do they NOT need to prove in order to be able to claim that it is a living organism?
What makes Stanley Flat?
Who is Thomas Anthony Jeffrey?
What do Mr. and Mrs. Lambchop pack in Stanley's envelope when they are mailing him to California?
What does Ralph Jones think Mr. Lambchop is carrying when they are going to the park?
Why does Arthur leave the kite tied to a tree?
What is NOT a feature of the most expensive painting at the Famous Museum?
What sound does Stanley hear before seeing the thieves in the museum?
What do people start calling Stanley?
What wakes Arthur up in the middle of the night?
What statement best describes Stanely
What happens at the end of the story
What is the MAIN problem that happens in Flat Stanley?
Which fo the following is one reason why the Age of Exploration helped bring about the Scientific Revolution
What was one source of knowledge about the world prior to the Scientific Revolution?
One result of the Renaissance was
The scientist who studied anatomy by hiring artists to draw dissected human bodies was
The scientist who developed the telescope was
The scientist who developed the theories of gravity and motion was
The scientist who developed an early form of the microscope was
The scientist who used math to prove Copernicus's theory and who proved the planets move in an elliptical pattern was
The scientists credited with the development of the scientific method are
The belief that the sun is the center of the univers is called
Basic unit of matter
A substance made up of atoms of two or more different elements joined by chemical bonds.
A chemical Bond that involves sharing a pair of electrons between atoms in a molecule.
A subatomic particle that has a negative charge.
A pure substance that consists entirely of one type of atom so they all have the same number of protons.
A chemical bond resulting from the attraction between oppositely charged ions.
An atom with the same number of protons and a different number of neutrons from other atoms of the same element,
A group of atoms held together by covalent bonds.
A region that is located at the center of an atom and contains most of the atom's mass.
A slight attraction that develops between the oppositely charged regions of nearby molecules (caused by polar bonds)
Which is the past participle of arriver?
Which is the past participle monter?
Which is the past participle of sortir ?
Which is the past participle aller?
Which is the past participle of naître?
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Text goes to the __________ when its copied electronically
A ____________ will create a new page in your document
To create a Hard Page Break press Ctrl + ________
_________ are the blank white spaces around the page.
A numbered scale at the top of the document window that shows tabs and margins is the what?
A green wavy line in Word indicates what?
Which tool might be used to suggest words that have the same meaning?
Default means:
Default font and size are:
Default font color and alignment are:
John is creating images to use on his website. He wants to use a compression that doesn't change the quality. Which type of compression should he use?
Joey wanted to add an animated picture to his class website assignment to make it more interesting. What image file type should he use?
Susan used her camera on here cell phone to take a photograph of her friends during spring break. She wants to add it to her class website. What file type should be used?
Peter took a trip to Europe over the summer. He is now editing a raster graphic from that trip that will not be put online. What format is best used?
When adjusting the size of a picture you are changing what?
Austin wants to remove a burned up shack in the background of a picture. Which image editing feature permits him to retouch the photo?
Ms. VonB is printing some of her student's projects. Since the images will be printed, they will need:
Maria is a lawyer who wants to add her logo and signature to her business cards without interfering with the background. This can be done with:
A doctor has his assistance scanning patient documents to have as a digital backup. The file format should not lose any data, which image format would be best to use?
Mrs. Holt is creating an image for DECA that will be used in varying sizes and will allow her to scale it without altering the quality. Which image type should be created?
Which sentence has all words spelled correctly?
Which sentence has all words spelled correctly?
Which sentence has all words spelled correctly?
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 word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which statement accurately describes the rate of HIV/AIDS infection in Sub-Saharan Africa?
Which factor does not play a role in the spread of HIV/AIDS?
What often happens to the children of those infected with HIV/AIDS?
Why don't more Africans infected with HIV/AIDS take the antiretroviral drugs (AVTs) that can slow down the progress of the disease?
How does the HIV/AIDS rate in Zimbabwe compare the rest of the African countries' rates?
What has been the response of the Nigerian government to the HIV/AIDS crisis?
What has been the response of the government of Botswana to that country's high rate of HIV/AIDS infection?
How do political conflicts sometimes lead to famine?
What sort of political conflict led to famine in the African country of Angola?
How do millions of people in Southern Suden get food today?
Identify #2
Identify #7
Identify #5
Identify #1
Identify # 4
Identify #3
Identify #6
What is the northenmost province/territory?
Which province/territory is the farthest west?
Which province/territory is landlocked?
What is a fault?
What is an epicenter?
What are the type's of faults?
What is used to measure earthquakes?
What section are we learning?
What was the largest earthquake?
What happens after an earthquake?
What is a tsunami?
What happens when the earth has uneven heating?
With place was hit with a earthquake in 2010?
why were the greek out door theaters shaped like bowls
one of zeuses brothers was the god of the sea who was he ?
the worship of many gods and goddesses is called
socrates was found guilty of disrespecting the gods and corrupting the youth he was put to death by
the greek king of the gods and lord of the sky was
the ancient greeks believed these people could talk to the gods
the goddesses of love and beauty was
the capital or top of this architectural column had a scroll like design called
Many words in English language like pentagon have
who taught Alexander the great
Why is Julian lonely at the beginning of the story?
The reader can tell that Julian does not like to be embarressed because he
Gloria can best be described as
Why does Glora climb down from the tree and quit watching the robins?
Why does Julian show Gloria his room and his things?
Gloria gets the idea to tie wishes to a kite when Julian says
What happens after the kite stays up in the sky for a long time?
Gloria believes their wishes come true because
How do Julian's feelings change by the end of the story?
Julian isn't sure where Newport is, but doesn't want to tell Gloria because
Yellow pea color is dominant to green color. A homozygous dominant plant and a homozygous recessive plant are cross. What are the phenotype percentages of their offspring?
Use the letter "e" to represent pod shape. Smooth pods are dominate over constricted pods. What is the genotype if the plant is smooth?
Use the letter "r." What is the genotype ratio of the offspring of a homozygous wrinkled seed and a homozygous round seed?
Use the letter "r." What is the phenotype ratio of the offspring of a homozygous wrinkled seed and a homozygous round seed?
Phenotype
A gene is made of
Genes are found on ____________ in eukaryotic cells when the are reproducing.
Different forms of genes are called
Who is the father of genetics?
The principal of dominance states that
the performers who acted in greek plays were
the ancient olympics were a festival held to honor
the Parthenon was built high atop a hill in Athens what does this location reveal about the Athenians
people today use religious buildings as places to pray how does this differ from the way the Greeks used their temples
Athenians lived in crowded dirty neighborhoods while the city was known for its beautiful buildings based on this information what can you conclude about Athenians values ?
At the temple at Delphi an ancient Greek could ask questions of a priestess she responded with the words of what god
What does the Greek love of sports show about ancient Greeks
how can you tell what a Doric Column is
The Lincoln Memorial shows that
to which of the following did the Greeks make major contributions
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What types of machines equipment does ergonomics include?
How far away should the monitor be from you?
Why is ergonomics important?
What does RSI mean?
What is ergonomics?
The health risks involved while working in an office include...
To avoid injury, which body parts should you stretch?
To help rest your eyes while working on the computer, you should...
How far should you sit from your keyboard?
The proper chair to sit in while working on the computer should...
The purpose of industrial television is to __________.
What type of programming is produced by small scale production companies?
Ads that run during programs serve to _____________ :
Subscriber televisions systems include _________.
A major factor in determining the cost of leasing a syndicated television program is:
An example of local origination programming is:
During which of the following programs will the advertising rate be the highest to run an ad for a new hybrid vehicle?
During which of the following programs will the advertising rate be the lowest to run an ad for a new hybrid vehicle?
The Neilson ratings indicate the __________.
Digital television broadcasts became the only broadcast system in the United States on :
Cable television systems are franchised by state governments.
Hair and eye color are audience demographic factors considered when making programming decisions.
The fee charged to air an ad is the same each time the ad is run, regardless of the day of the week or time of the day.
Television programs are cancelled when they receive bad reviews by the critics.
All analog television broadcasts ceased on June 12, 2009.
There are more jobs available in the broadcast area of television production than in the non broadcast area of television production.
A school wide television broadcast that can only be received within the walls of the school building is an example of a CCTV system.
Prime time police dramas and situation comedies are produced by network production departments.
An affiliate must buy, lease or produce its own programming to fill gaps in the broadcast day not covered by network programming.
An affiliate is a broadcast station that has aligned itself with a particular network.
7=?
If you have 9 bears and 7 cars. How many more cars do you need to equal 9 bears?
3+2=8-?
If you have 2 pencils, how many pens would you need to equal 2 pencils?
5+5=?
If you have 10 shirts and you take away two, what does that equal?
4+7=4+?
6-2=4+?
If you have 6 cars and you add one more car, what does that equal?
6+3=8+?
The phase of the moon you see depends on ....
Because the moon rotates once for each revolution around Earth, ...
The amount of the lighted side of the moon you can see is the same during...
Why can the moon be seen from Earth?
The different shapes that you see from Earth are called.
Which moon phase is it if the light is on the right and is a banana shape?
Which moon phase is it if the sunlit side faces away from Earth?
Which moon phase is it if the left half of the moon is lit?
Which moon phase is it if the light is on the left and most of the moon is lit.
What is the correct order of moon phases?
Solve: 6(X+4)=?
Which expression is the same as: 8x+4?
Which one of these expressions is the same as 3y?
Solve: 6(2X-3)=?
What is another way you can write X+X+X+X?
Solve: 8(4X+2-5)=?
Which expression is the same as 14X-6?
Which one of these is the same as x+x+x-2?
Solve: (3(2X+7)) + (2(4Y+3))=?
Solve: (4(Y+X) - (8(3X+4Y))
What does the word analyze mean?
Which vocab word means the following: a thing that is accepted as true without proof
Which vocab word means the following: to accept and allow behavior that is considered wrong or offensive to continue
It is important that parents _________________ a home environment in which their children feel safe and loved.
What is the definition of the word disarming?
Which word means the following: very unhappy or sad; unable to be comforted
Our teacher told us to _______________ the websites we were using to do research to make sure that they were credible and reliable sources.
Things that are similar or equal are...
The definition of hypothesize is...
Which word means the following: a set of values or beliefs that define an individual or group
Which vocab word means the following: very important, absolutely necessary
Synonyms of this vocab word are: constant, non-stop
Which vocab word means the following: to deduce or conclude from reasoning.
Justify means...
Linear means...
Synonyms of this word are: give back in return, pay back
Which vocab word means the following: to lay at rest
Tangible means...
She decided to __________________ their relationship, for she was sick of being treated so poorly.
Some antonyms of this vocab word are: uninterested, unenthusiastic
It is a prose that is a product of the author’s imagination.
“ A rose for Emilyn” is an example of what genre?
“Biography, History, epistle “ is an example of what genre?
Prose that is moderate in length that is used to express your thoughts and to explain things.
Stories are not true but could be happen in real life. What type of fiction is that?
Stories that could never happen in real life. What type of fiction is that?
The characters and settings could be possible true but the story itself is not. What type of fiction is that?
A prose that is written in dialogue.
A prose that could be red in one sitting.
A prose that have a several climax and denoument.
5 + ?= 7
8 - ? = 4
10 + 6 = ?
15 - 7 = ?
? + 2 = 20
? - 3 = 17
12 + 5 = ?
14 - 9 = ?
13 + ? = 17
? - 4 = 0
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In a traditional economy, how are economic decisions made?
Which would be a problem for a community with a traditional economy?
In a command economy, how are economic decisions made?
Which would be a problem in a command economy?
In a market economy, how are economic decisions made?
Who takes on the financial risk in starting a new business in a market economy?
Why are most modern economics referred to as mixed economies?
Why do most economies in the world today operate somewhere in between a market and a command economy?
What is South Africa's main export?
Why is specialization so valuable in international trade today?
How does voluntary trade help the economy?
Why is specialization so valuable in international trade today?
South Africa specializes in _________
Nigeria specializes in ____________
How has Nigeria's concentration on oil hurt that country's overall economy?
In which areas could Uganda and Kenya plan together to specialize?
What is a tariff?
What is a quota?
What is an embargo?
Why did a number of the countries of the United Nations have an embargo on South Africa?
Which is part of a country's human capital?
Why has the country of South Africa made a big investment in human capital?
What accounts for the high unemployment rate in South Africa?
What is the gross domestic product (GDP)?
If a country does not invest in its human capital, how can it affect the country's GDP?
What are capital goods?
South Africa has invested heavily in capital goods for _____________
Nigeria has invested heavily in capital goods for ____________
How has Nigeria's decision about investing in capital goods affected many Nigerians?
What becomes of much of the money earned from the sale of African gold and diamonds?
What is the point underground where an earthquake starts?
What is the point directly above the focus on the surface of the Earth?
Which scale measures the total energy released by an earthquake?
Which scale measures the size of the seismic waves?
What is the name of the hole that is left after a volcano collapses?
What are the four main layers of the Earth, starting from the center and moving to the surface?
On the Moh's hardness scale, which mineral is the softest?
What is the molten rock underground called?
What is the molten rock that is above ground called?
Why does the ocean floor sink during suduction?
What process of heat transfer occurs in the mantle and causes the plates to move?
What layer of the earth provides the heat in the process from question 1?
What is one piece of evidence that shows that the ocean floor gets older as you move away from the mid-ocean ridge?
Which part of the Earth are the plates made from?
What type of plate boundary is the mid-ocean ridge?
What kind of plate boundary causes suduction?
What type of movement occurs of the hanging wall and footwall for a normal fault?
What type of stress causes a normal fault?
What type of movement of the hanging wall and the footwall occurs for a reverse fault?
What type of stress causes a reverse fault?
Which of the following was not usually grown by Michigan farmers?
Why did many farmers from the state of New York come to Michigan?
Which of the following would be the least helpful in learning about the history of farming in Michigan?
Which of these is a primary resource?
Which of these is a secondary resource?
Which of these is something you would find on a farm in the past?
Why did towns grow up in farming areas?
What was an important building in a farming town?
What was one cause of farming becoming an important economic activity?
What was one effect of farming becoming an important economic activity?
I used to have a pig for a pet.
My grandparents used to have a farm.
My brother used to have a Camaro.
My cousins and I used to have a swimming pool.
You used to have a lucky pen.
Last night, I had a lot of homework to do.
Yesterday, Marta and Marco had work to finish.
Last week, you had a lot of projects.
Candida had a problem with her boyfriend last Saturday.
Ana and I had a party last year.
What is the movement along a strike-slip fault?
What type of stress causes a strike-slip fault
How do P waves cause the ground to move?
How do S waves cause the ground to move?
How do surface waves cause the ground to move?
What is the composition of a cinder cone volcano?
What is the composition of a composite volcano?
What is the composition of the shield volcano?
What is the eruption type of a cinder cone volcano?
What is the eruption type of a shield volcano?
Which of the following is an example of an ACQUIRED trait?
How is mitosis different from meiosis?
Brown eyes are dominant over blue eyes. If a Bb man and bb woman have kids, what is the chance that the kids will have blue eyes? (hint: use a Punnett Square!)
Which of the following is TRUE about dominant genes?
A farmer mates two of his best horses in the hopes of getting an awesome baby horse. What is this an example of?
Which of the following is NOT an example of an ethical dilemma?
Which of the following is an example of a homozygous recessive genotype?
What is the relationship between genotype and phenotype?
In incomplete dominance, if a red flower (R) and white flower (W) have babies, what color are the offspring?
What is the relationship between DNA and chromosomes?
If a country is thinking it should direct most of its resources to the production of hot dogs & not bombs, which one of the three basic economic questions is focusing on?
In the United States, we use what to decide \
Which of the following are the four key elements within the scope of economics
Which of factors of production is the sun?
Which of factors of production is the hardest thing to explain?
Which of factors of production would a building be?
Opportunity cost can always be expressed in term of the TIME you give up.
Outside (to the right) the Product Possibilities Frontier curve/line is impossible
Absolute Advantage is when a country can to produce a good at a lower opportunity cost than another nation.
Paradox of value helps explain why...
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How many Sides does a square have?
True or False- Rectangles and rhombuses have the same amount of sides
Rectangles, squares, and rhombuses are in what category?
What shape has 4 sides?
True or False: A square and a rectangle have the same number of sides
True or False: A circle and a Rhombus have the same number of sides.
Which statement is not true about Quadrilaterals?
Which shape is a Quadrilateral?
What does Quadrilateral mean?
True or False: A rhombus is a four-sided shape were all sides have equal length.
Round 56 to the nearest 10
Round 25 to the nearest 10
Round 92 to the nearest 10
Round 298 to the nearest 100
Round 325 to the nearest 100
Round 124 to the nearest 100
Which number rounds to 50?
Which number rounds to 80?
Which number rounds to 30?
Which number rounds to 500?
Which number rounds to 900?
Which number rounds to 400?
Round 17 to the nearest tens place
Round 13 to the nearest tens place
How many bundles of 10 straws are there in 100
If there are 4 bundles of 10 straws and 6 straws in the ones, what day of school is it?
Write 28 in expanded form
Write 66 in expanded form
Write 21 in word form
Write 100 in word form
Which number has a 5 in the ones place?
Which number has a 2 in the hundreds place?
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Two or more simple machines make up a ______________ machine.
Wheels with teeth are called ____________________.
A flat, slanted surface can be used as an _________________
An inclined plane twisted into a spiral is called a _____________.
A wheel and bar that passes through the center of the wheel are the two parts of a ________.
Anything that helps you do work or make work easier is called a ________.
When the pulley wheel is not attached to some fixed objects so that it moves with the force your apply, it is a ______
Levers are classified into three groups depending on where the _______ is located.
Many simple machines, such as a sharp-edged pieces of stone, are often called _______.
A bar or plank and a fixed point, called a fulcrum are the two parts of a _________.
Two inclined planes put back to back form a _________________.
When the pulley wheel is attached to something so that it cannot change position it is called a _____________________,
The object being moved by the lever is called the _________________.
The measure of how much useful work a machine puts out compared to the work put into it is called its ________.
Machines that have few parts are called _______________.
The force you used to move something is called the __________.
The more gears and moving parts a machine has, the _______ energy is lost to friction.
Scissors are made up of two wedges that are arranged as two _______ class levers.
The point where the blades are connected on scissors is the __________.
Blinds have a _____________ that helps to raise and lower the blinds.
Which lines go north and south around the earth?
What is an example of limited government?
Which lines go east to west around the earth?
Which type of economic system deals with supply and demand?
Which country has an unlimited government?
What is NOT a reason to limit the government?
All are parts of culture except
Which one is NOT a cardinal direction?
Which one is NOT an example of religion
Which type of government is unlimited?
What are the shortcut keys used to bold text?
What are the shortcut keys used to italicize text?
What do the shortcut keys Ctrl + U do?
What are the shortcut keys used to copy text?
What do the shortcut keys Ctrl + S do?
What do the shortcut keys Ctrl + V do?
What are the shortcut keys used to undo a command?
What are the shortcut keys used to redo a command?
What do the shortcut keys Ctrl + X do?
What are the shortcut keys used to highlight everything?
What should you do to rest your eyes while working on the computer?
What should you do to avoid injury while working on the computer?
How should you have your wrists while working on the computer?
How should you sit while working on the computer?
What can cause eyes to hurt while working on the computer?
How is back pain caused while working on the computer?
What causes breathing problems in the office?
What body parts can RSI affect?
What health risks are there in an office environment?
At what level should your eyes be when sitting at the computer?
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A man accidentally being born with 12 toes is an example of what?
If Widows Peak is dominant over No Widows Peak, which genotype could a person with NO widows peak have?
What could Rr be classified as?
What is true about sex cells that form from meiosis?
What are the stages of mitosis, in order?
In a pedigree chart, what represents a male?
If you want to breed a huge pumpkin, what is a downfall of selective breeding?
Which of the following is NOT true about recessive genes?
Which description BEST describes the appearance of DNA?
What are alleles of eye color?
The main task of each house of Congress is to
The flow of legislative work in Congress is controlled by the
Many procedures in Congress are organized around
This is required for a legislative body to take official action.
Before both houses of Congress pass it and the president signs it, a proposed law is a
Represented by members of the House
Presiding officer of the House
Closed meeting.
Speaker's top assistant
Assist the floor leader
To view a partial solar eclipse, you would have to be located in which of the following?
Why can you not see a new moon?
The moon's phases are caused by which of the following?
About 14 days after you viewed a new moon, you would see which of the following?
When the earth blocks the sun's light from reaching the moon, we experience a(n). . .
About how long does it take the moon to go through its phases?
What is the position of the earth, moon and sun during a full moon?
Which of the following can you view the least amount of times?
The length of a year on a planet is equal to the planet's time of. . .
As the ________ of an object _________ the force of its gravity increases.
A work done in someone else's name; the work of Christians carried out in the name of Christ
The image used in the bible for enternal life
A type of writing that begins with a dialogue, moves to a monologue, and finial a reflection
means turning toward; Turning our hearts toward God
Saying of Jesus in John's Gospel showing His divintiy and that He is one with God
The second part of the Gospel of John including the Passion, death and Resurrention of Jesus
The first part of the Gospel of John; Includes many stories of miracles
Images that point to a deeper meaning than the literal meaning of the words
Part of the Sermon on the Mount; The teaching of Jesus that begin with Blessed are...
A type of story Jesus used to teach; has a lesson
Which gospel was the first written?
Which gospel was the last written?
Which is NOT one of the synoptic gospels?
Which of the gospels is the shortest?
Which two gospels did include the birth of Jesus?
Which word means one who is sent?
What is the Paschal Mystery?
The Gospel of Matthew has 5 themes or discourses. Which is NOT one of them?
What are the two activities Jesus does that the Gospel of Mark focuses on?
The Gospel of Matthew refers to something over 60 times. What does it refer to?
The location of a file or web page beginning with the root. Includes all necessary information to find the file or page.
The ability for a disabled user to use a web site.
By definition, having no color, therefore, completely black, white, or some shade of gray.
A program widely used for distributing documents online.
A sampling of colors taken from an image and used in a special compression process, usually to prepare images for the World Wide Web.
The process of mixing red, green, and blue light to achieve a wide range of colors, as on a color television screen.
A specific sequence of mathematical steps to process data. A portion of a computer program that calculates a specific result.
Positioning content to the left, right, center, top, or bottom.
A signal that fluctuates in exactly the same manner as the original, both in audio and video.
The technique of simulating movement by creating slight changes to an object or objects over time.
What are the two parts of the Gospel of John?
What does the term Book of Signs refer to?
What does the Book of Glory refer to?
What are the two parts of the Gospel of Mark?
Which of the Gospel writers is known for writing very long and detailed stories?
Which gospel was the second one written?
Which gospel was the third one written?
Which of the gospels includes the Beatitudes and Sermon on the Mount?
Three of the four gospels include the story of Jesus telling some of the apostles to leave behind their fishing nets and follow Him. Why do you think three of them included this?
What are stories that Jesus told that have a moral or lesson called?
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Alice wrote down four ideas about earthworm behavior that she wanted to test. Which idea can be tested experimentally?
Which is an example of mutualism?
In which kind of relationship does one organism benefit, while the other is unaffected?
Which is an example of parasitism?
A red-billed oxpecker sits on an impala antelope\'s head and picks off insects. What kind of relationship is this?
Which statement best describes a migrator?
What is the most likely reason it may be dangerous for an animal to arouse from hibernation when the ground is still covered in snow?
What is the most likely reason a drop in temperature could be dangerous to a hibernator?
Which statement best explains why an organism\'s vital functions decrease during torpor?
Blackberry seeds are located inside their fruit. How do blackberry seeds most likely spread to new locations?
Kestrels have a small, sharp beak. How does this characteristic best help kestrels survive?
Which statement best describes protective coloration?
Which statement best describes pollination?
How does being selective about which flowers they land on most likely help bees survive in their environments?
Which of the following is an adaptation that allows plants to maintain a stable internal environment despite changing external conditions?
Which of the following is an adaptation that allows chipmunks to maintain a stable internal environment despite changing external conditions?
Which statement best explains why bears are found in very cold regions of the world but lizards are not?
Which characteristic of mice is most likely to evolve over several generations?
Which statement best explains why an organism's vital functions decrease during torpor?
Which characteristic of the tomato plant is inherited and could change over several generations?
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Which is a major fashion service?
When researching sales, rising sales indicate fashion trends that are:
While shopping in Sears, Andrea is asked her opinion of the merchandise the store currently carries and what other merchandise she would like to see the store offer for sale. Andrea is participating in a/an
The direction of movement of public acceptance of color, texture, and silhouette in fashion is a
Which is an example of a color service?
Which is known worldwide as a provider of color systems and technology used in the graphic design, printing, publishing, textile, and plastics industries?
Amber invites a group of current customers to meet and discuss their degree of satisfaction about the store and its merchandise. Amber is meeting with a
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boring
sweet
happy
painful
kind; friendly; nice
fun; amusing
unpleasant; mean
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idiotic; moronic
discourteous
thin
jealous
amusing
careful
weak
true
tired
happy
depressed
First Book of Bible
Longest Book of Bible
Second Book of Bible
Number of Gospels
The Gospels are...
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What is a habit? Choose the best answer
Which of the following is a habit for the highly defective teen?
What is a paradigm?
When we learned about the paradigms of life, some of us have obsessions or centers that are not healthy. Which center below is the obsession of having the best clothes, phones, computers, etc?
What are principles?
Which of the following is not a symptom of a healthy Personal Bank Account?
Which of the following is a symptom of a healthy Personal Bank Account?
Which of the following is the quickest way to make a deposit into your Personal Bank Account (PBA)?
In order to be a person of character, which of the following center would be best to follow?
Which is the following is an example of someone with the victimitis virus?
Which of the following is an example of proactive language?
Which of the following is an example of reactive language?
Why are reactive people compared to a bottle of soda?
Which of the following is not a proactive choice?
Which is the following is an example of someone with the victimitis virus?
Which of the following is in your circle of control?
A can-do person will
I stand apart from myself and observe my thoughts and actions
I can listen to my inner voice to know right from wrong.
Which of the following is in the circle of no control?
What does applying the customer-orientation element of the marketing concept enable the business to do?
What does the selling function involve that makes it so important?
Paul's plant food is losing its popularity among his customer base. What marketing function would come up with the improved product?
What is the marketing function that provides information to consumers that will assist them in making a decision to purchase a good or service?
What marketing career involves catching customers' attention, informing them of products and persuading them to buy?
Booking hotel rooms for vacationers is an example of __________ marketing.
What marketing career involves determining why customers do what they do?
What is at the center of all marketing activities?
What type of duties do customer-service professionals often perform?
Kwacky Kwackers needs a new package design for its crackers. What marketing professional would be responsible for creating the new package?
Which European country was the first to explore North and South America?
Which term best describes why the European countries decide to explore 'the New World'?
Which Spanish explorer came to Georgia looking for gold?
Where did the Spanish settle their missions in Georgia?
Where did the English establish the American colonies?
Where did the French establish their colonies?
What is the MAIN reason the Spanish set up missions on the barrier islands?
What was the effect of de Soto's exploration of Georgia?
What happened to the Mississippians after European contact?
Where did the Spanish settle in 'the New World'?
1. Refers to the use of language.
2. Refers to the use of gestures, facial expression, body movement.
3. Is an abstract system of word meaning and symbols for all aspects of culture.
4. Is the language of gestures, expression postures.
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