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What ethnic group was put into internment camps in the U.S. during WWII?
The United States was allies with England, and what other country during WWII?
What year did WWII end?
What foreign political party led their Germany to murder millions of Jews?
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Which is a behavioral sign of stress?
Which is not part of the health part of stress?
How does stress cause heart disease?
True/False You can manage stress by identifying what causes you stress.
True/ False You cannot manage stress by talking to another person.
True/False You can manage stress by using relaxation techniques.
What does caffeine do to your body when you are stressed?
True/ False Time management skill will not help you find balance, order or control in your life.
Which is not a physical sign of stress?
True/False When people are stressed they eat sweet or fatty foods to reduce stress.
What is a component of story telling?
What is a component of story telling?
What is a component of story telling?
What is a component of story telling?
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Which is only present in a plant cell
Which is only present in an animal cell
How many chromosomes do humans have?
How do plants make their food
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What happens when a product is rare?
Demand for Chinese silk...
Controlling the territory and movement of traders...
What is directly related to an economy?
The major economic force of Egypt was....
When supply goes too high....
What was the Silk Road?
What was the Indus Valley well know for?
Which is often true?
Which would lead to decreased trade between civilizations?
educational philosophy that aims to educate the rational person; to cultivate the intellect.
Educational Philosophy that aims to promote democratic and social living.
Educational Philosophy that aims to promote the intellectual growth of the individual and educate a competent person.
Educational philosophy which is concerned with the modification of students' behavior.
Educational philosophy which aims to improve and reconstruct society Education for change.
In this Educational philosophy, teachers act as agents of change and reform in various educational projects including research.
This Educational Philosophy is after the students who exhibit desirable behavior in society.
This Educational Philosophy is based on the Socratic methods of oral exposition or recitation Explicit or deliberate teaching of traditional values.
Teachers with this Educational Philosophy ought to arrange environmental conditions so that students can make the responses to stimuli.
This Educational Philosophy helps students to think with reason.
an alphabetical list of sources of information used in writing a report
stationary that contains a company's name, address, phone/fax number and email address
a supporting document in a report; it is usually placed after the title page and before the first page of the report
initials of the person that typed the letter or memo if different from the writer; initials should be double-spaced after the body and typed in lower case
a letter that is sent from one company or organization to another
the vertical spacing between lines of text
a supporting document of a report
a special notation at the end of a letter that indicates an item/s is included with the letter
the science of designing equipment and workspace for a comfortable and safe working environment
an overuse injury of the thumb extensor tendons, often occurs from repetitive tapping of the space bar
Find the volume of a rectangular prism that has measures 8in by 9in by 10in
Find the volume of a cone that has a height of 10in and a radius of 7in
Find the volume of a cylinder that has a height of 15in and a radius of 11in
Find the volume of a cone whose diameter is 2m and a height of 3m
Find the volume of a rectangular pyramid that has base lengths of 3m by 3m and a height of 5m
Find the volume of a cylinder whose radius is 2m and height is 3m
Find the volume of a cylinder whose diameter is 10in and height is 10 in
What is the formula for the volume of a rectangular prism?
What is the formula for the volume of a cylinder?
What is the formula for the volume of a cone?
During which stage of the water cycle does liquid water become water vapor?
The energy source that powers the Earth\\\'s water cycle is
Water in Earth\'s atmosphere comes mainly from
Clouds form when water vapor in the air
The majority of Earth\'s fresh water supply is located
Of all the fresh water on planet Earth, what percentage of fresh water is consumable by humans?
About how much of Earth's surface is covered by water?
A glacier is
From largest to smallest, the amounts of water on Earth are
The progression of evaporation, condensation, and precipitation is called the
How does geography play a role in Mexico City’s air pollution problem?
Which solution is a way that the government is trying to reduce pollution in Mexico City?
Which is a problem associated with deforestation?
The world gets about 20 percent of which resource from the Amazon rain forest?
What problem has been caused by oil production in Venezuela?
Who is affected first by carbon dioxide pollution?
Which are sources of chemicals in acid rain?
The first Canadian-American plan to clean the Great Lakes was to reduce which chemical?
Which is a problem related to clear-cutting?
Which type of pollution exit in London?
The process by which weathered material is removed and carried from a place is called:
The process of breaking down rocks into smaller pieces is called:
This is created when plants grow in the cracks of rocks.
Which agent of erosion causes a sand dune to move from one place to another?
A roadside sign on a mountain says, "Beware of falling rocks." Which agent of erosion is probably at wor in this area?
Weathering breaks rocks into bits and pieces called:
Water ______________ when it freezes.
Smooth rocks in a river have usually been rounded by
The process in which water freezes and widens cracks in rock is called:
A marble statue had sharp details when it was first carved, but now it appears "eaten away". This is most likely the result of:
Which is NOT a contribution made by Emperor Qin?
How did the invention of silk increase trade in China?
What was one major goal for each of the small clans that ruled China before the Shang dynasty?
What is one way Emperor Qin Shihuangdi hurt China, rather than helped?
What was the most important change that occurred because of the Silk Road?
Which philosophy stated that laws must be strict and must be strictly enforced?
What was one way the Shang dynasty was able to stay in power for so long? (over 500 years)
Why did more people settle in Inner China than in Outer China?
How was the building of the Great Wall a benefit to the people of China?
What protected Inner China from invaders that may have tried to enter China from the Northwest?
The Homestead Act, the mass killing of buffalo and the completion of the transcontinental railroad are most closely associated with the
The completion of the transcontinental railroad in 1869 contributed to the settlement of which United States region?
Which region of the United States was most directly affected by the passage of the Homestead Act?
The Homestead Act attempted to promote development of western lands by
Which action toward Native Americans did the United States government take between 1820 and 1840?
What was a major goal of the Dawes Act?
The Populist Party was important in US history because it
The Populist movement was most interested in imroving conditions for
In the second have of the 19th century, the federal government encouraged the building of transcontinental railroads by
The buffalo was the primary source of food, shelter, clothing and tools for Native Americans of the
Which of the following is an example of a healthy behavior?
Why are healthy behaviors important?
What are healthy behaviors?
How do healthy behaviors affect our overall personal health?
Can participating in healthy behaviors keep us from EVER getting sick?
Which of the following is an example of an unhealthy behavior?
What are unhealthy behaviors?
What is abstinence?
Why is abstinence important?
How do unhealthy behaviors affect our overall personal health?
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He is the greatest Anglo-saxon scholar considered as the “ Father of English History” .
. During the Anglo –Saxon invasion 449 , Angles , Saxons and ___ invaded Britain.
To flee the Anglo-saxon, the britons fled to other part of the island called?
All social events were conducted in this place and it was said to be the safest place in the kingdom of Anglo-saxons.
omplete the stanza of the Caedmon’s hymn. “ Now let us praise the guardian of the kingdom of the heaven the might of the creator and the thought of his mind, the work of the glorious father how he………..?”
Using V=I*R find R
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Convert 4.5 cm to inches (2.54cm/ 1 inch)
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find g using the equation L=m/g
find d using the equation b=yd
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find w using b=w/h
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Which of these substances is less dense than water?
Which of the following objects would stick to a magnet?
The Sun is made of-
When a solid changes to a liquid, we say it is-
Which is the least dense object?
Which one of the following would be a good thermal (heat) insulator?
Which of these is a good conductor of heat?
Why do electricians wear rubber boots?
Why would you NOT put your coffee in a metal cup?
Insulators keep us safe by-
Conductors are all around this room. Without conductors, you would not have-
Why is it dangerous to stay in the water (lake, swimming pool) during a lightening storm?
1. What are the three major components of speech processes?
What do you called the author’s attitude stated toward the subject : it is the manner of expression in speaking and writing?
What do you called the manner or act of giving utterance, expression and sounds?
What do you called the act of changing the pitch and the accent of the voice?
What do you called the voice machine which is responsible for respiratory muscles?
What do you called the voice machine that gives shape to speech or how you say the word?
. What do you called the process of giving clarity of sounds to a word?
What do you called the type of voice which is normally the individuals speaking voice?
What do you called the type of voice which is often use in public speaking and the voice must be project from a far?
What do called a type of voice which is usually deep and hallow voice as if it coming from a deep?
What is not a ride at the fairground?
Which is not a person?
Which is not a person?
Which is not a weapon?
Which is NOT something you wear?
What makes your voice LOUD?
Who is the person who takes photographs?
What should you wear when you ride a bike?
Which is NOT a person?
Which one is a ride at the fairground?
I ____ happy.
Susan _____ feeling sick today.
Ben and Lucy ____ looking for the treasure.
The student's in T. Rayray's class _______ very smart.
____ your dog big or small?
We ______ going to the store to buy some milk.
He thinks that you ______ really smelly.
You ______ number one in the class. You get full points on every exam.
Yesterday he _______ at school. Today he is not.
I ____ excited because it is almost October vacation.
You ____ a lot of homework.
I _____ to go to school on Monday.
Ben and Lucy _____ a dog.
Does the restaurant __________ chicken fingers?
She _______ a bedroom with blue walls, but she hates the color blue.
When I was a little girl I _________ a teddy bear.
Sally __________ a little sister.
Do you _____ the wifi password?
Yesterday Ben _____ a lot of homework.
I _________ an apple in my backpack.
Yesterday I _________ all of my homework. Today my teacher checked it.
___ you like chicken?
Susan ______ like to sing but she does like to dance.
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Which of the following is an example of an infectious disease?
What is an infectious disease?
What are the tiny living things that cause infectious diseases to begin?
The Immune System is the body system that fights diseases by creating:
White Blood Cells made by the Immune System notice pathogens in the body. They then create _______ to kill the pathogens.
Which of the following is an example of a noninfectious disease?
What are noninfectious diseases?
What does the word CHRONIC mean?
Which of the following is NOT a way that a noninfectious disease can be developed?
What are the feelings that a person gets when they have a disease?
These words have the same letter pattern: flour hour detour
Read this sentence: We studied about ancient civilasations in our social studies class. What is the correct spelling of the underlined word? 
These words all contain the same letter pattern. gracious delicious obvious Which word has this same letter pattern?
Read the words and their plural form. penny pennies luxury luxuries Which word follows the same spelling rule when making the plural form? 
Read the sentence in the box. My uncle owns a lot of propurty. What is the correct spelling of the underlined word? 
Read the words and their plural form. clap clapping swim swimming Which word follows the same spelling rule when making the plural form?
The archaeologists excavated the mummys from the pyramids. What is the correct spelling of the underlined word?
These words have the same letter pattern: joint point coin
These words have the same letter pattern: wait daily plain Which word has the same letter pattern? 
These words all contain the same letter pattern. phonograph autograph paragraph Which word contains the same letter pattern? 
Name the following element: N2O5
Name the following element: CaOH
Name the following element: KBr
What is the formula for magnesium hydroxide?
What is the formula for carbon tetrachloride?
What is the formula for Aluminum oxide?
What is the formula for calcium sulfate?
Which of the following correctly describes calcium sulfate?
Which of the following correctly describes carbon dioxide?
What is the name of KNO3?
Where did Daniel Boone explore?
Name both of the trails started by Daniel Boone that were used by pioneers.
What was Zebulon Pike looking for on his expedition?
Who arrested Zebulon Pike and what did they take from him?
What did President Thomas Jefferson send Lewis and Clarke to look for on their expedition?
What is the name of the Native American woman who was a guide and translator on the Lewis and Clark expedition?
What is the idea of Manifest Destiny?
What does overpopulation mean?
What were some economic opportunities pioneers found in the West?
What was the Homestead Act of 1862?
What is a hardship that pioneers would have faced on their journey westward?
What country did we buy the Louisiana Purchase from?
Runaway slaves were protected by the Seminole tribe in what territory?
What territory was explored by Lewis and Clark and was a good place for fur trading?
Which territory wanted to join the US as a slave state but the US was worried about upsetting the balance between slave and free states?
What land did the US want so that we would have ports on the Pacific Ocean?
What was the name of the forced march made by the Cherokee to reservation in Oklahoma?
Name the two laws created by the US government that forced Native Americans out of their lands.
How did new states joining the country impact slavery?
What is the Fugitive Slave Act?
What is an electromagnet?
What supplies to you need to make an electromagnet?
What is kinetic energy?
What is a motor?
What protects the Earth from most of the Sun's charged particles?
What does a generator do?
What type of current changes from positive to negative 60 times each second?
What produces most of the electric energy used all over the world?
What does a transformer do?
Why does a superconductor allow electricity to pass through it without heat being produced?
What type of graph is r = 2 cos 4t
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A characteristic of the free-enterprise system is that
In the years immediately following the Civil War, which change was brought about by the Industrial Revolution?
In the late 1800s, rapid urbanization was mainly the result of the
What was the most significant economic impact of the transcontinental railroads during the late 1800s?
One advantage that corporations of the late 1800s had over individually owned businesses is that corporations
An increase in the number of factories in the mid 1800s led to
Which factor contributed the most to urbanization in the late 1800s?
During the late 1800s and early 1900s, the term robber baron best defined a person who
In the late 19th century, critics of big business claimed that monopolies most harmed the economy by
Antitrust laws such as the Sherman Antitrust Act were passed by Congress in an effort to
How many aspects of civilizations are there?
What is an example of civilization?
The ancient Egyptians were able to live in Egypt because they were able to farm around
What language did the Ancient Egyptians use to write with?
What were the two main city states in Ancient Greece?
Why was trade nearly impossible in ancient Greece?
Who was an influential person in Chinese philosophy?
What are the famous families who ruled Ancient China called?
People of Ancient China adapted to living in their environment by ALL of the following things, except
The sloping roof tops of Chinese buildings are called ___________________.
The volcano is .......................................... in the area.
Jenny is 6 and Chace is 12, so Jenny is obviously ................................. Chace.
A cave is ................................ a valley.
The Everest is ..................................... mountain in the world.
The beach is .................................. the city.
I love these two books. This one is ............................... the other.
There weren't any tickets for the concert. That was ............................. thing of our holidays.
He never studies. His marks are always ....................... of the class.
This meal is much ............................ the other.
If you are in Brighton, Leeds is ................................ London.
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A value or measure obtained from a population.
A graph that uses bars of various heights to represent the frequencies.
A line graph is a line graph formed by plotting the cumulative frequencies against the class boundaries and connecting all the consecutive points by straight lines.
It is the center most observation that divides the data.
A set of observations into four equal parts.
The following are the ages of the first ten students who enrolled in a certain college. Find the mean. 23, 21, 18, 17, 19, 21, 20, 18, 19, 24.
Find the median of the following set of observation. 11,11,13,15,16,17,18,18,19,20.
Find the mode of the set of observation shown. 15, 13, 13, 14, 17, 17, 18, 12, 17.
All of these are the properties of median, EXPECT.
The 1st quartile of the ages of 250 BS Math students is 17 years. Which of the following statements is true?
1. It is generally written and it may base on reality or imagination.
2. It came from the Latin word “prosa oratio” means direct or straightforward speech.
3. It is said to have come from ancient songs, prayers, or rituals. It has a rhyme, meter and stanza.
4. It is a form of literature that is more informative and factual prose writing.
5. It is a form of Literature that is more on imaginary events and people.
6. It is a type of Non-Fiction prose, came from the Greek words autos (life) and graphein (write). An account of person’s life written by that person.
7. It is a type of Non-Fiction prose, an account of a person’s life written by another individual.
8. A literary work in the form of a letter or a series of letters.
9. A type of Fiction prose, a short story in which the main characters are animals.
10. A simple story used to illustrate a moral or spiritual lesson.
What do you called the power and act to create a literary production or composition?
Who defined the writing as a way of communicating a message to a reader for a purpose through the literary use of forms like narration, exposition and description?
What do you called a category of creative writing that tells about made up of events and characters of imaginary situation?
What do you called a category of creative writing that tells about real people and events?
What do you called a type of creative writing where it is about a person’s story of itws own life?
What do you called a type of creative wriing where it is about a short work of non-fiction that takes us its own material significant facts or events?
What do you called the representation of an action in the imitated voices of characters, the representation of an imaginary world through language?
What do you called the representation of actions in the writers own voice?
What do you called the 2 imaginative processes in creative writing which are equiponderant and interrelated?
What do you called a type of creative writing in which words are selected for their beauty, sounds and power to express feelings?
What is the system of ideals and behavior codes that governed both knight and gentlewoman?
The idea by revering and acting in the name of lady the knight would become braver and better is an important element in that aspect in chivalry. What is it?
What do you call to the tap on the shoulder with a sword that had originally been a hard testing blow, the culmination of this training was?
The struggle against the Muslims the 14th century was really extension of an earlier phenomenon?
They were often trained in house other than their own , so that the strictness of their training might ensured?
What was the language of the Roman Catholic Church that dominated Europe?
These were popular during the end of the Middle English Period. They dramatized the typical content of a homily or sermon.
These were sung by people at social gatherings. They preserved the local events, beliefs and characters in an easily remembered form.
Who wrote ‘Le Morte d’Arthur?
When was Middle Ages began?
These are the groups who invaded Britain excepts
2. Who are the council of elders in the Anglo-Saxon Society who could choose the king for each tribal unit?
3. In the Anglo- Saxon tribal unites, who are the slaves who did the farming and domestic work?
4. In the entire languages spoken by the Celts, which one is still spoken today?
5. What do you call to the conflict of wits between two warriors where each praises his own deeds and belittles the others?
6. The Anglo – Saxons valued this as equal to fighting, hunting and farming. What is it?
7. What is the breastplate wore by the Anglo-Saxon?
It is the religion of the Anglo-Saxon.
Where is the safest place in the kingdom?
Who are the storytellers in the Anglo-Saxon?
It is a composition in prose presented in dialogue.
It is an elements of drama that includes the time and place.
It is called as a framework of the drama.
It is the mode of expression and the central idea.
It is the human representation.
It is a thought, a theory, a stand point, a point of view.
“Essai” is came from what language?
What is the meaning of “essai”?
It is the reason for writing.
It is the continuity of the idea and a smooth flow of the essay.
What do you called a kind of figurative languge that uses words, prose, phrases in a non-literal definition but gives meaning in abstraction?
What do you called the type of figures of speech wherein it deals with disparity of ideas and words?
What do you called the type of figures of speech which states an exaggeration of a given statement?
What do you called the type of figure of speech which states that the opinion seems impossible but true of a given statement?
What do you called a figures of speech wherein it deals with the combination of two words with different meaning to form a new word?
What do you called a type of figures of speech that uses the words “like” or “as” to compare things?
What is a type of figures of speech wherein one word is being replaced to stand for another?
What do you called a type of figures of speech that is use to compare two things without using the word “as” or “like’?
What do you called a type of figures of speech wherein it deals to address an inanimate object or dead person?
What do you called a type of figures of speech where you used to affirm by negating the opposite?
1. Who described the Celts as light-skinned, fair-haired and blue eyed?
2. Who is the famous Celtic king?
3. Where is the home to several Celtic tribes?
4. What do you call the person who memorized and recited long, heroic poems to preserve the people’s history?
5. What is the Celtic religion that came from the Latin word spirit?
6. What are the three groups that invaded Britain in 449?
7. What is the wall that constructed by Romans to protect them from Picts and Scots?
8. What do you call to the highly organized tribal units (kingdoms)?
9. Each tribe is ruled by a king that is chosen by what?
10. It is the slaves who did the farming and domestic work.
1. It is also known as vanity.
2. Desire for the material wealth or gain.
3. Craving for the pleasures of the body.
4. Avoidance of physical or spiritual work.
5. it is known as wrath.
6. Desire for the others' traits, status, abilities, or situation
7. inordinate desire to consume more than that which one requires.
8. What was the color for Pride?
9. What was the color of gluttony?
10. What was the color of greed?
A form of literature written in a natural way or flow of language
It is the compostition in prose presented in dialogue
It is the Largest stone cirle in the world.
In the Anglo-Saxon Period , they are the two Groups of celts moved into the british isles.
In the Society of Anglo-Saxon each tribe are ruled by A king chosen by a council of Elders also called as?
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Exchanges gases.
Breaks down and absorbs nutrients
Transports nutrients and wastes throughout the body
Regulates the body systems through chemical messengers called hormones.
Sends messages from one cell to another, from one part of the body to another.
Protects organs, supports the body and produces blood cells.
Removes wastes from the body; includes skin, lungs, kidneys.
Responsible for movement.
Protects and regulates body temperature; includes skin, hair, nails.
Produces offspring.
Which of these is the basic unit of structure and function for all living things?
Which scientist below was the first to observe living cells?
Which scientist coined the term
Which of these is cell size most restricted by?
What four parts are found in all cells?
What is the BIGGEST difference between eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells?
Which of these is NOT a part of the cell theory?
Which of these BEST describes the structure of the cell membrane?
Which membrane proteins is found embedded into the membrane, but may not pass through the membrane?
Which of these is NOT a part of the Fluid Mosaic model?
Different species of birds build nests in the same type of trees. This is an example of __.
'Athlete's foot' fungus causes your toes to itch and burn. This is an example of ____.
A hawk sits on a telephone line watching for mice. This is an example of ____.
A squirrel lives in an oak tree. The squirrel is provided food and shelter while the tree is not harmed. This is an example of ___.
Sea anemones ride on the shells of hermit crabs. The anemones fend off octopuses, which eat crabs. The crabs drive away starfish and other anemone predators.
The tapeworm lives in the intestines of the dog, obtaining nutrients that normally would have been used by the dog.
If there is a drought which kills most of the producers in an ecosystem, which of the following is true?
There are less numbers of organisms on each level as you move up an energy pyramid because___.
Why are decomposers important to the consumers in an ecosystem?
In a food web, the arrows represent ____.
Any change in the volume or shape of Earth's crust is called
The type of stress force that produces a strike-slip fault is
What type of fault forms when the hanging wall moves upward past the footfall?
Which type of seismic wave arrives first at a seismograph?
The point beneath Earth's surface where the crust breaks and triggers an earthquake
Which stress force pulls on the crust and stretches on rocks?
What process occurs when an earthquake's shaking turns loose soil into mud?
An instrument used to measure earthquake's movements
A break in the Earth's crust where slabs slip past each other
Water displaced by an undersea earthquake may produce
Which of these is NOT true about the cytosol?
This organelle has a folded membrane called the cristae that is used to increase the surface area for reactions.
This organelle has two subunits made of protein and RNA
This organelle is a system of flattened membranous sacs with ribosomes attached
This organelle is a system of flattened sacs with a convex shape
This organelle transfers energy from organic compounds to ATP (cellular respiration)
This organelle is responsible for the majority of protein synthesis
This organelle synthesizes steroids, regulates Ca levels and breaks down toxic substances.
This organelle specifically synthesizes membrane proteins or proteins for excretions.
This cell structure makes ribosomes.
Why do scientists believe that mitochondria may have been a separate cell at one time? (endosymbiotic theory)
This organelle modifies, packages and ships proteins where they need to go.
This organelle digests foreign DNA, old organelles, viruses and ingested bacteria.
This cell structure is a network of protein strands located in the cytosol.
This component of the cytoskeleton is the smallest, is made of actin and is important in cell movement and muscle contraction.
This component of the cytoskeleton is medium in size, made of keratin and is important in anchoring the nucleus and organelles.
This component of the cytoskeleton is made of tubulin, is the largest in size and is important in the movement of chromosomes during cell division.
Which BEST describes the structure of cilia and flagella?
Which BEST explains the difference between chromatin and chromosomes?
All of these are true about the nucleus EXCEPT.
What three things do plant cells have that animal cells do not?
Which plant cell structure protects and supports the cell?
What is an example of a plastid?
What do plant and animal cells have in common?
Groups of cells that carry out a specific function are called
Several tissues that interact to perform a specific function
A group of organs that work together to perform a set of functions
Fossil evidence suggests that the earliest cells on Earth were
One adaptation early prokaryotes may have developed to compete with each other is
What organelle stores enzymes and metabolic waste and acts like a lysosome for a plant cell?
Alfred Wegener used which of the following to explain his theory of continental drift?
Evidence that supports sea floor spreading includes which of the following?
If you live on or near a tectonic plate boundary, you will more likely experience___.
Plate boundaries where tectonic plates are sliding past each other are known as ___.
Plate boundaries where tectonic plates move away from each other are known as ___.
Plate boundaries where tectonic plates move toward each other are known as ___.
Divergent boundaries between continental and continental plates form ___.
Convergent boundaries between oceanic and continental plates form ___.
Convergent boundaries between continental and continental plates form __
The tectonic plates move around due to which of the following?
A substance that acts on the body to change the way it works.
Unwanted effect of a medicine or drug.
Using legal or illegal drugs for purposes other than mental or physical illness.
An illness affecting both the mind and body that makes people unable to go withou something,such as a drug.
A drug that speeds up the nervous system.
A mild stimulant found in coffee, tea, colas, and chocolate.
A drug that slows down the nervous system.
Drugs that enter your body with the air you breathe.
Drugs that affect brain activity, changing the way a person senses the world.
A stimulant drug found in tobacco
A gas found in cigarette smoke that replaces some of the blood\'s oxygen when inhaled
Depressant drug ound in beer, wine and liquor
Experiencing the symptoms of alcohol consumption
A person who does not have control over his or her drinking
A disease in which a person is unable to stop abusing alcohol.
Tobacco such as chewing tobacco or snuff, that is not smoked when it is used
A sticky, glue-like substance found in cigarette smoke.
Number of chemicals in tobacco.
Number of cigarettes that can result in addiction.
A gateway drug
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Name the term that is defined as the question you are trying to answer during an experiment
Name the term that is defined as a measurement of the speed of the molecules
What is the metric base unit for length?
Changing place by changing position, direction and/or speed
Push or pull on an object
The idea that an object is not moving, on earth objects are always in motion because the earth is always in motion
The pull of an object on another, changes with distance and mass
a property of matter by which an object remains at rest or in the same motion in the same straight line unless acted upon by some external force
the course or path on which something is moving or pointing
How much distance an object moves in a given amount of time, commonly measured in meters per second (m/s)
Two or more surfaces in contact with each other that oppose motion, produces heat
An object that produces a magnetic field. A magnetic field is invisible force that attracts or repels other materials and magnets
The amount of matter in an object
an object whose only force acting on it is gravity
flow of electric charge, often carried by moving electrons in a wire
measurement of the speed and direction of an object, example 6 m/s west
rate at which the velocity of an object changes over time
It is quarter to three in the afternoon
My pants are (made) of polyester.
Simon es de Alemania
Estamos practicando los verbos ser y estar.
Mi escritorio está alado de mi cama.
Esta chaqueta es de Ashlee.
He is very depressed but he is talking to friends.
That is mango juice and it's fantastic!
Your coat is in the closet.
The pyramids of Teotihuacán are in México.
¿Cuál uso no es del verbo ser?
What is the purpose of a trading post colony?
What is the purpose of a plantation colony?
What is the purpose of a settler colony?
What is a cash crop?
Which two countries did the line of demarcation affect?
What is an exploration tool that determined direction?
What is a tool of exploration that determined latitude?
What is a Portuguese ship that allowed explorers to sail closer to the shore?
Explorers used this to take over the natives of the New World?
What did the New World send to Europe based on the Triangular Trade?
What was the merchant class?
What type of economic system was based on making the Mother Country rich?
What type of economic system allowed private ownership?
What type of economy is created when buyers and sellers interact in the marketplace to exchange goods?
what is ms. cieri's favorit color?
what color shirt is she wearing?
what is this game for?
knkd
kmkk
huhioj
ihiuhuh
uih
uih
kjh
I've copied something, now I want to paste it...
I'm gonna select everything mommy!
I think my webpage is frozen.
Cut it out!
We italicize the titles of things that can stand by themselves
That's important! You should underline it!
Copy that!
I need to print out my homework.
I'd like to search for a keyword, but the webpage has a lot of words on it! I can use this to highlight the keyword I want.
Be careful with this shortcut, it will end the world! (Or your entire window)
Oops! I did it again, I made a mistake, bring it back! (Ms. Tapia's favorite shortcut)
This makes a word look stronger to draw attention to it... we shouldn't use it too much though!
Open a new tab in your web browser!
A phrase is a group of _______________ acting as a _________________
The three verbal phrases we discussed in class are
A participle phrase includes a verb, but acts as a ______________________.
A gerund phrase includes a verb, but acts as a ___________________________.
Two words that make it easy to remember the definition of syntax are
Modifiers add _________________ to anything!
Varying syntax can make an author’s writing more __________________________.
True or False? One does NOT need a hypen when writing the written out version of the number 57.
The easiest way to recognize if something is spelled incorrectly, is if it looks ______________.
True or False? It is interesting when an author does not vary syntax.
Allowing business to operate with little government interference is called....
English philosopher who proposed that a government's power comes from the consent of the citizens and that citizens have the right to rebel against unjust rulers
Intellectual movement that stressed reason and thought and the power of individuals to solve problems
French writer who proposed the ideas of separation of powers and checks and balances in government
A new way of thinking about the natural world based on careful observation and a willingness to question accepted beliefs
Brilliant French satirist who frequently targeted the clegry, the corrupt officials/idle aristocrats, and different injustices
An influential French writer who wrote that (Power should be a check to power) was (not in the book, but take a guess)
His idea of the right of revolution would also echo across Europe and Latin America in the centuries that followed.
In general, the philosophes believed in which of the following?
European art of the 1600's and early 1700's was dominated by a grand, ornate style called
1.) England and Scotland had shared Monarchs since 1603, which is otherwise known as Union of the _________
2.) In the evolution of Union Flag of Great Britain, ______ was the only one not represented as it was still part of one of the kingdom.
3.) In the social structure of Celtic tribes, the _______ are priest who settled disputes, presided over spiritual rituals, among other things.
4.) Remains from the Mesolithic, Neolithic, and Bronze Age, such as ______ believed to be a burial place (3000 to 2000BC) and Avebury, (2600BC), believed to be a pagan worship place were proofs that England has been inhabited by humans prior to Ce
5.) The Anglo-Saxon society is composed of tribal units called kingdom, which was ruled by a king, chosen by the council of elders called Druids.
6.) After the Romans left Britain, it was invaded by Anglos, Jutes and Saxons who came from Denmark, Holland, Germany and Scandinavia in 449.
7.) The Anglo-Saxons love picking, a conflict of wits between two warriors where each praises his own deeds and belittle the other’s.
8.) The Thrall hall is said to be safest place in the kingdom because all of the soldier are gathered there.
9.) One of the four major manuscripts of Anglo-Saxon is the Exeter Book which is also known as the Caedmon manuscript.
10.) By the middle of 9th century, most of England had fallen, the Viking increased their territory which is called Norselaw.
clothing
to plunge in to liquid
very large or geat
a statement that harms a person's reputation
to attack
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What do prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells have in common?
What do plant cells contain that animal cells do not?
What is the function of the mitochondria?
What is the function of the nucleus?
What is the function of the cell membrane?
Where does photosynthesis take place in a cell?
Which of the following is the correct order of organization in an organism, simple to more complex?
How do prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells differ?
Which cell structure stores materials in a cell?
Which cell structure gives support and shape to plant cells?
What year was the TESDA ACT implemented?
What does Section 2 of RA 7796 states?
The acquired and practiced ability to carry out a task or job
Persons who direct the practice of skills towards immediate improvement in some task
Skilled workers who have become highly competent in their trade or craft as attested by industry.
Persons who are participants in a vocational, administrative or technical training program for the purpose of acquiring and developing job-related skills
A person undergoing training for an approved apprenticeable occupation during an established period assured by an apprenticeship agreement
A contract wherein a prospective employer binds himself to train the apprentice who in turn accepts the terms of training for a recognized apprenticeable occupation emphasizing
What does Section 8 of RA 7796 states?
The Director-General shall be appointed by whom?
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KAZAJSTÁN
UZBEKISTÁN
TURKMENISTÁN
IRAK
ARABIA SAUDÍ
YEMEN
OMÁN
AFGANISTÁN
KIRGUISTÁN
PAKISTÁN
INDIA
NEPAL
BUTÁN
BANGLADESH
MALDIVAS
SRI LANKA
MONGOLIA
CHINA
MYANMAR
LAOS
TAILANDIA
VIETNAM
MALASIA
CAMBOYA
SINGAPUR
COREA DEL NORTE
COREA DEL SUR
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The path a planet takes as it revolves around the sun
Huge ball of glowing gas that gives off light and heat
Object that travels around another object in space
All the gases around a planet
Imaginary line around which a planet rotates
Time it takes a planet to rotate once
Force that keeps each planet in its path around the Sun
Frozen chunk of dust, ice, and gases that revolves around the Sun
Bowl-shaped hole formed when a space object hit a planet
Time it takes for a planet to complete one revolution around the Sun
Which process produces the energy that allows the stars of the universe to radiate visible light?
Compared to our sun Betelgeuse is
What type of electromagnetic energy has tha longest wavelenghts?
Which process transfers energy primarily by electromagtic waves?
Which requires water to gain 2,260 joules of energy per gram?
Durning which process does water gain the most heat energy?
In NYS the risk of sunburn is greatest between 11am and 3 pm on summer days because
Which two gasses are believed to cause climate change?
Clouds form primarly due to moist air....
Which combination of climate factors generally result in the coldest tempertures?
What is the extra blank spaces around the top, bottom, left and right of a page called?
What do you use to look up synonyms?
What type of alignment lefts a jagged right edge?
What type of alignment leaves a jagged left edge?
What type of alignment leaves a jagged edge on the left and right?
What type of alignment leaves no jagged edges at all?
How many blank lines are left between each line of text when you single space (SS)?
How many blank lines are left between each line of text when you double space (DS)?
How many blank lines are left between each line of text when you triple space (TS)?
How many blank lines are left between each line of text when you quadruple space (S)?
Which sentence has all words spelled correctly?
What is the plural form of man?
What is the plural form of woman?
Which sentence has all words spelled correctly?
Which sentence has all words spelled correctly?
What is the plural form of tooth?
What is the plural form of goose?
What is the plural form of sheep?
What is the plural form of ox?
What is the plural form of person?
This type of learner learns best by saying, hearing, seeing
This type of learner learns best by observing and nature
This type of learner learns best by colors and pictures
This type of learner learns best by sharing, cooperating, and comparing
This type of learner learns best by rhythms and melodies
Activities that involve helping others, teaching, making friends can be classifed as:
Activities that involve record keeping, reading, experimenting, or researching can be classified as:
Activities that involve building or working with your hands can be classified as:
Activites that involve writing stories or music, painting, or inventing can be classified as:
Attitudes can be classifed as:
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What economic class was created out of Capitalism
Which was not a factor of capitalism
What economy is based on private ownership?
Europe's response to a changing economy was to develop which of the following:
Which economy is based on land ownership
What did the Europeans use to conquer the people of foreign lands
What allowed Europe to dominate politically and economically in the 17th century
Who was NOT a European Power
Which political system allowed buyers and sellers to exchange goods?
Who was part of the new middle class in Europe?
Other than Europe, which continent was prosperous with some military strength in the 17th Century
Who did the Europeans view as equals in the 17th Century?
Which continent was isolated prior to European expansion?
Which continent's colonization was motivated by money?
What did the Plantation System depend on?
Which continent's economy was based on the slave trade?
Which continents were similar because they were not colonized by the Europeans?
How did the slave trade affect Africa
An element of fiction which is the representation of human beings in a story.
An element of fiction which is the time and the place in which a story occur.
A character with whom the reader empathizes with.
A character displays different/multiple personalities throughout the story.
It is the sequence of events in the story, arranged and linked by causality.
A kind of plot of fiction where the story starts in the middle part of the action.
A kind of plot of fiction that moves with the natural sequence of the events where actions are arranged sequentially
In fiction, it is the part of the plot that sets the scene by introducing the situation and settings and lays out the characters by introducing their characteristics, purposes, potentials etc.
In fiction, it is the part of the plot that is the finishing of the things right after the climax and shows the resolution of the plot.
In fiction, it is the part of the plot which requires a decision.
All of the following are the old name of badminton except?
what are the two main hand grip in badminton?
Badminton is what kind of game?
In single competition, what score is required for winning?
In doubles, what is required for winning?
In playing badminton how many players are needed, in single play?
In playing badminton how many players are needed, in doubles competition?
What are the main equipment s use in badminton?
In playing badminton, when the score of the player is add number, where is the position of the player?
In playing badminton, when the score of the player is even number, where is the position of the player?
Metal heating device connected to a gas outlet with rubber tubing
Glass; marked with a milliliter scale; used to measure volume
Metal rod upright with heavy base; used as a support
Container with rolled edge, overflow tube, and bottle shelf; used to hold water, gas collecting bottles, and delivery tube from gas generator
Glass; used to stir combinations of materials and to pour liquids
Plastic; to transfer very small amounts of liquid
May be metal, porcelain, or plastic; used to transfer solid chemicals in weighing
Metal; used to pick up and hold apparatus
Curved glass; may be used as a beaker cover or used in evaporating very small amounts of liquids
Glass; common sizes are 125mL, 250mL, 500mL; may be heated
Define the word luminosity
What is a main sequence star?
Define intermediate.
Define Solar System
Define Universe
Define Dwarf
Mass
Define Galaxy
Define cosmic background radiation
Define Redshift
Who is the protagonist of a piece of literature?
Who/What is the antagonist of a piece of literature?
Which of the following is not an example of an external conflict within a story?
Which of the following is NOT part of a story's setting?
What is a dynamic character?
What is a static character?
What is a round character?
What is a flat character?
What is it called when the narrator of a story is also a character within the story?
What is it called when the narrator is not a character in the story but has access to many of the characters' within the story's thoughts and feelings?
What is it called when a story is told from the eyes of a child?
What is the exposition of a story?
In greek, what does the word climax actually mean?
What is the definition of the climax of a piece of literature?
Where is the theme or lesson of a story often found?
Denotation means...
Connotation means...
What is the mood of a piece of literature?
What is dramatic irony?
What is verbal irony?
Proper Noun
Abstract noun
Common noun
Collective Noun
Proper Noun
Common Noun
Collective Noun
Abstract Noun
Pronoun
Compound Noun
Name the term that is defined as the variable in the lab that is kept the same to keep the experiment fair
Name the term that is defined as the unknown variable that is being measured during the lab, data that is being determined during the lab
Name the term that is defined as the variable that is being tested/manipulated, predetermined before the experiment begins
Name the term that is defined as a way to visibility show data by creating columns
Name the term that is defined a way to visibility show data by plotting points on an x and y axis
Name the term that is defined a place to organize observations in rows and columns
Name the term that is defined as the distance from one place to another
Name the term that is defined as a prediction/judgment based on observations
Name the term that is defined as information gathered by using your senses
Name the term that is defined as the amount of matter found in an object
Name the term that is defined as how much space an object takes up
Name the term that is defined as an educated guess made before doing a lab, written as an if then statement
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What is the scientific name for shooting star?
Earth has seasons because
A year on another planet may be longer than a year on Earth because
We see the Moon's phases because
Earth has day and night because
The inner planets are mostly
Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are known as the
Scale models help us to understand the Solar System because they
A solar sytem is
The closet planet to the Sun is
This personality type loves nature, is athletic and likes working with equipment
This personality type is inquisitive, expressive and likes working with ideas
This personality type is detaileda nd likes working with data
This personality type is a leader, enthusiastic and likes working with people
This personality type is outgoing, listener and likes working with people
Career examples include: painter, musician, dancer
Career examples include: principal, entrepreneur, salesperson
Career examples include: mechanic, electrician, builder, chef
Career examples include: engineer, researcher, detective
Career examples include: teacher, counselor, nurser
What is a gene?
Who was the 19th Century scientist who studied heredity by using pea plants?
All animals in the same species
A learned behavior is passed from a parent to an offspring through genes.
All animals have _____________ for survival.
The shape of a bird's feet is an example of
Which is an example of an inherited triat?
What is the death of all organisms of one kind of species called?
Sometimes, changes in the environment forces animals to change their behaviors.
Which classificaiton group do chipmunks, cats, and whales belong to?
a dramatic change in the shape of an organism’s body as it grows
a life cycle with 4 stages: egg, larva, pupa, adult
a life cycle with only 3 stages: egg, nymph, and adult
a kind of growth where an organism keeps the same body features as they grow larger
a characteristic that is passed from parent to offspring
a behavior that an organism inherits
a behavior that an animal learns from its parents
The butterfly goes through four distinct stages of development during its:
The grasshopper goes through incomplete metamorphosis. Its second stage is known as:
Gregor Mendel is a famous scientist who discovered that:
Which of the following is a function of the skeletal system?
Which of the following is a function of the muscular system?
Which of the following are the main organs of the skeletal system?
Creating new blood cells and storing minerals such as calcium, are functions of which system?
How do the skeletal and muscular system work together?
What are the main organs of the muscular system?
Would we be able to moves without our skeletal system? Why or why not?
About how many bones are in an adult body?
About how many muscles are in any human body?
Helping to aid in food digestion and blood circulation are functions of which system?
Which of the following is a function of the respiratory system?
Which of the following is a function of the circulatory system?
What are the main organs of the respiratory system?
What are the main organs of the circulatory system?
How do the circulatory and respiratory systems work together?
What is role of the heart in the circulatory system?
In which organ does gas exchange occur?
Why is gas exchange necessary?
Which of the following is NOT a part of the respiratory system?
Which of the following is NOT a part of the circulatory system?
Richard Cory has all of the following qualities except —
Richard Cory’s eventual fate —
The final mystery of Richard Cory’s life concerns —
Miniver Cheevy can best be characterized as the type of person who —
The irony of Miniver Cheevy’s story is that he —
To comfort himself, Miniver Cheevy —
Richard Cory and Miniver Cheevy are similar in that they both have —
The narrator of “Richard Cory” is —
“Richard Cory” contains strong visual images of —
Robinson describes the “medieval grace / Of iron clothing” to —
The narrator calls on Simon Wheeler to —
Why does the narrator listen to Simon Wheeler’s long story?
Andrew Jackson, the bull pup, wins fights by —
The bull pup finally loses a fight when he —
Is the stranger as innocent as he appears?
How does the frog lose the race?
Simon Wheeler is best described as —
The story ends when —
All of the following excerpts contain vernacular language that vividly captures the characters in Calaveras County except —
The purpose of this story is to —
which is of the following would be a sentence you would find in a narrative writing?
Which of the following would be a sentence you would find in a business letter?
Which of the following would be a sentence you would find in a research paper?
Which of the following would be a sentence you would find in a friendly letter?
Which of the following greetings would be appropriate to use for a friendly letter?
Which of the following would be an appropriate greeting when writing an e-mail to Mrs. Carpenter?
Which of the following would be a sentence you would find in a narrative?
Which of the following would be a sentence you would find in a business letter?
Which of the following sentences would you find in a friendly letter?
Which of the following sentences would you find in a research paper?
What does the man fear from the beginning of his journey?
The man is best described as —
The man makes all the following mistakes except —
After he falls into the spring, the man —
When the bough full of snow falls, the man —
You can infer that London —
In London’s story, nature is portrayed as —
Naturalism, as shown in this story, holds that —
London’s story shows the naturalist belief that people are at the mercy of —
In “To Build a Fire” the man’s final predicament is caused when he —
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ced, ceed, cess
scal, scend
vers, vert
jac, ject
clin, clim
puls, pel
grad, gress
cur, curs, cour
funct
duc, duct
Which layer of a serous membrane lines the organ (not the cavity)?
What sheet of muscle separates the thoracic cavity from the abdominal cavity?
Which body plane bisects the body in superior and inferior halves?
Which organ system includes the kidneys and is responsible for removing wastes?
Not including those made from combining multiple different cavities, how many total body cavities are there?
Which serous membrane is responsible for lubricating and protecting the heart?
Ovaries in females and testes in males are a part of what organ system?
Which organ is medial to the lungs?
The elbow is ______________ to the wrist.
Which body region is associated with the wrist?
The cervical region is ______________ to the lumbar region.
The antebrachial region is _________________ to the brachial region.
Which region is associated with the ankle?
Which body cavity contains the lungs?
Which body region is associated with the shoulder blades?
Which body cavity contains the intestines?
Which body plane bisects the body into posterior and anterior halves?
Which body region is associated with the thigh?
What layer of serous membrane is attached to the abdominal cavity wall, serving to anchor the organs in that region?
The sternal region is ________________ to the vertebral region.
Government where the legislative and executive branches are separate but equal
Government where if the legislative and executive branches argue, the executive must resign
Type of government where the rulers have all of the power
First document that limited what the monarch could do
Document that creates our government
Type of government where all of the laws originate from one, national capitol
a group of sovereign states that come together for a common goal
To which political party would conservatives most likely belong?
If I am like most Americans, where do I fall of the political spectrum?
A government that can only use the powers given to it by the people is an example of which idea?
Which person would MOST likely support lower taxes and higher military spending?
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