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What is the meaning of de?
What is the meaning of extra?
What is the meaning of fore?
Learning strategies are important because...
The proper procedure to teach students a learning strategy is...
Of the three areas of CALLA, which one should be the primary focus?
The three categories of learning strategies are...
WHICH LEARNING STRATEGY IS IT: Listen or read selectively, scan for specific information: Read quickly to find key words, phrases, ideas, syntax, linguistic markers, types of information
WHICH LEARNING STRATEGY IS IT: Think while listening or reading: Continuously check your comprehension while listening or reading (Krashen's Monitor)
WHICH LEARNING STRATEGY IS IT: Use what you know, use background knowledge, draw on experience, make analogies: Relate new information to known information; making personal associations
WHICH LEARNING STRATEGY IS THIS STUDENT USING: proofreading with my own eyes after I run my computer's spell-check
WHICH LEARNING STRATEGY IS THIS STUDENT USING: My teacher taught me the rules for using semicolons and then I did some exercises.
WHICH LEARNING STRATEGY IS THIS STUDENT USING: I sing my multiplication tables.
LIONS .....
THE ANTELOPE ...
FISH ...
A BIRD ...
A DOG
TIGERS...
FROGS AND BIRDS
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A FROG
A HIPPO AND AN ANTELOPE
How is the air at the top of the mountain different from the air at the base of the mountain?
Why is the Baltic Sea less salty than other seas?
What happens when moist air rises?
What is the Sun's role int the water cycle?
On a weather map, what do red half circles and blue triangles represent?
Water boils at what temperature?
Water freezes at what temperature?
The atmosphere is made up of ...
How much of the Earth's water is made up of oceans?
What is humidity?
Heat is a type of?
Which process is NOT a type of heat transfer?
It is a type of heat transfer where particles of a liquid or gas spread out and become less dense.
_____________absorbs heat and conduct electricity.
How does heat energy from the sun reaches the earth?
Radiation travels in the speed of light.
To keep a hot coffee hot, what type of mug should you use?
______________ is a mixture of solute and solvent.
_______________ is a property of solution where particles are of uniform appearance?
_______________ is the substance to be dissolved; usually in a solid state.
_______________ is the substance breaking up the solute molecules; usually in a liquid state.
The effect of solution to its boiling point is always:
The effect of solution to its freezing point is always:
The other term for base is?
To measure how acidic or basic a substance is we use _____________.
Water has a PH scale of ___________.
If water has a PH scale of 7, it is said to be ________________.
Is this going to work?
Do I live my students
Why do I have to make 10 questions?
What is my middle name?
why?
Who do I teach with
How many children do I have?
How old is Klayton?
How old is Kade?
How old is Carter
The process of correctly throwing away or getting rid of something
Material Safety Data Sheet, a form with data regarding the properties of a particular substance
recovering items that would have been thrown away and finding another use for them
materials converted into new products
the wise use and protection of natural resources
The curved upper surface of a liquid column
Lab Safety is:
Name one time you cannot use electricity
What should you do when a lab is complete
Science IS...
What does currency mean?
What does Relevance mean?
What does Authority mean?
What does accuracy mean?
What does Purpose mean?
URL endings of .edu, .gov. and .org are examples of what?
Information that is dated 2009 or later is information that is credible to use for a research report?
Asking the question Would you be comfortable using this source for a research project is an example of?
Asking the question What are the authors qualifications to write on the topic? Is an example of?
Are there spelling, grammar, or other topographical errors is and example of?
The brown dog is so cute.
I earned an A on my book report.
Brian scored 2 goals in his last game.
Reading is very easy.
Her house is beautiful.
Mrs. Mundy has 2 sons and one dog.
The new student is silly.
She is wearing a green shirt.
It is 20 degrees outside.
It is so cold outside.
Nine plus one equals 10.
The Colts are better than the Broncos.
The ocean is the most beautiful place on earth.
Sharks live in the ocean.
Haunted houses are scarey.
Tiger Woods is the greatest golfer of all time.
Our school colors are red, white, and blue.
Mom's chili is the best in the world.
Our new teacher is friendly.
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While conducting an injury evaluation your patient has complaints of fatigue, and body acing, upon examination of his mouth you can see that his tongue is pale you suspect______ and recommend that he ______
One of your athletes returns from their doctor’s visit with a blood test, the test concludes that they are deficient in Thiamine, which of the following foods you might recommend to aid them within recovery of this deficiency.
What nutritional deficiency can be characterized by tongue papillary atrophy?
Summarize the NCAA policy regarding nutritional supplements
A athlete enters your clinic with symptoms of cheilosis (vertical cracks in lips), dermatitis on the face with open lesions on the chest what type of deficiency might you infer?
What nutritional deficiency can be characterized by red conjunctivae?
Place in order of importance in regards to the body’s utilization of insulin and glucose for energy?
What nutritional deficiency can be characterized by xerophthalmia?
An athletic team gathers for their pre-competition meal. _________ would resemble the best type of meal prior to athletic events.
When evaluating a patients melanin you would use ________ method to asses for, this pathology would be a deficiency within ________ and is often seen as ________?
An abnormality that occurs in people with high stress (surgery/illness); high carbohydrate little protein diet; and characterized as having decreased hair and skin pigmentation, scaling skin, and generalized edema, these symptoms best represent _____
What nutritional deficiency can be characterized by cracks in the skin of hands, legs, face or neck?
An athlete comes in presenting with numbness and pain in their hands and feet, indicative of a peripheral neuropathy. You might infer from this that they are suffering from _________ type of deficiency.
The phosphocreatine cycle is vital for the production of energy on a cellular level, list in order of importance the phosphocreatine cycle.
Which of the following is not a monosaccharide?
An athlete approaches you with joint pain that has been persisting for several weeks, normally worsening after activity, which of nutrient deficits might you infer?
Which of the following best describes the definition of rickets, its population base and the primary vitamin deficiency responsible?
What condition is characterized by softening of bones and what is its primary mechanism?
An athlete enters your clinic and presents with symptoms of fatigue, you also notice that there skin is dry and they have a red beefy tongue, what might you suspect/infer from these finding?
Which of the following might you expect of an athlete with a prior history of being anemic, and that often easily develops the flu? upon examination you notice she also has corkscrew like hair, feelings of fatigue and loss of skin pigment?
Why are natural resources important for Australia’s economy?
Why must Australians exchange currency in order to trade with other countries?
Which natural resource is important to Australia’s economy?
Which was an effect of British settlement of Australia?
Why are most of Australia’s cities on the eastern and southeastern coast of the country?
Which of the following is true about the geo-physical feature of Australia called The Great Barrier Reef?
Which of the following officials (politicians) do the citizens of Australia directly elect?
Which of the following groups of people decide which products to produce and which services to offer for the economy of Australia?
Which of the following countries colonized Australia?
Hernan Cortes is to Mexico as James Cook is to
What is the appropriate recommendation for fluid consumption during exercise?
While working with one of your strength training athletes they ask you for advice on how much protein to take in on a daily basis, he tells you his nutrition professor recommends that he take in 1g per pound of bodyweight, what might you infer to?
What nutritional deficiency can be characterized by dry, flaking skin?
A mesomorph type female athlete comes into your clinic and asks advice on loosening weight, because her nutrition professor took her BMI and told her she was obese, which of the following might you infer?
A newly vegan athlete enters your clinic with complaints of being unable to focus feelings of being week and depression. You come to the conclusion that she_________
Caffine is thought to do which of the following?
An athlete enters the clinic complaining about loosening energy during exercise you understand that they may need to add _______ to their diet to prevent them from loosening energy during exercise.
What nutritional deficiency can be characterized by muscle wasting?
A female ectomorph female athlete enters your clinic seeking advice on resistance training, she explains that she does not want to get bulky you would respond with ________
What nutritional deficiency can be characterized by tongue papillary atrophy?
Which of the following would be the head of government in an autocracy?
Maria lives in a country where one national government has all of the power. It sounds like Maria lives under which form of government?
Which of the following is the best description of a prime minister?
How is power distributed in a unitary government?
In which type of government do citizens have the most power?
What type of government divides power between central and regional authorities?
Governments need to invest in human capital and capital goods in order to increase which of the following?
Which statement is true about an oligarchy?
In a confederation government, who has the most power?
Which type of government divides power between the central government and smaller units such as states?
When treating an athlete you find he is often secluded and rarely communicates but is intuitive and does a majority of his rehabilitation on his own. What might you infer he suffers from?
Which of the following are psychological factors of Andersen and Williams’ stress response model of athletic injury?
Which of the following is not counseling trap that sports medicine professionals should avoid?
Rapport is defined as:
Within the medical field yourself as an athletic trainer is considered to be _________ level of helper
It's the first game during your teams football season. Your team is down a few points when the starting quarterback goes down. At this point you perform an exam and conclude he will not return to the game and may be out indefinitely. What could the a
One of your athletes is struggling to achieve adequate range of motion (ROM) following knee surgery. What might be an effective way to improve her ROM?
When treating an athlete you find he is often secluded and rarely communicates but is intuitive and does a majority of his rehabilitation on his own. What might you infer about him?
An athlete comes in presenting with numbness and pain in their hands and feet, indicative of a peripheral neuropathy. You might infer from this that they are suffering from _________ type of deficiency.
Which is a form of progressive relaxation exercises?
What are all of the reasons to document counseling efforts with athletes?
What term identifies the perception of control over personal behaviors?
After a long season Jill has experienced several overuse injuries and has not had time to make a full recovery. At the same time school has become very stressful and has been finding it difficult to do both sport and school. What is Jill experiencing
During a rehabilitation process it is vital to maintain an athlete physiological state of mind in term of doing this _______is the least effective way of doing so.
_______ is personality mood state where an individual has the ability to be able to withstand pressure and overcome obstacles while others might burn out or become uninterested.
________ is a major depressive disorder that can be treated effectively by __________?
Personality and mood state have been examined in the literature. Which of the following variables are not considered to relate to this concept?
Which psychotherapy profeessional has gone to medical school and completed 4-year residence?
During the course of rehabilitating an athlete you find that he is unresponsive to motivation, you start to feel this athlete might be prolonging there injury, this would be an example of ________
Which of the following situations best describes these forms of communications. Kinesics, Paralanguage, Proxemics
While working with an athlete’s rehabilitation over the course of several weeks the two of you start to develop an understanding with each other this state can be described as ______
You discover one of your athletes is suffering from depression and may require a more attention then you could provide _______ might best describe this situation.
Which of the following are psychological factors of Andersen and Williams’ stress response model of athletic injury?
Morality, creativity, acceptance of facts, and lack of prejudice is an example of which of the following in regards to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs?
While working with an athlete, you start to notice that they are constantly getting hurt and unable to make full recovery’s, and often times what seems like minor injuries are often very painful this this might be an example of ___________ type of co
While performing assessment on an adult athlete you find that the avoid coming to you for their injurers, and does not wish to participate within any type of rehabilitation program. ________ most closely represents this psychological condition.
Which is not a form of nonverbal communications?
You find that someone has been breaking into the locker rooms after hours, this violates the ____________ law of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
While performing a psychological assessment on one of your athletes you find that they are suffering from irritability, disorganized speech and anti-social behaviors, these are characteristics of ____________ type of psychological disorder.
Which is not an anxiety disorder?
The air in an air mass differs in
tropical air masses
polar air masses
maritime air masses differ form continental air masses in that they
What type of air mass affects western United States more than eastern United States
When a cold air mass overtakes a warm air mass it is a
when 2 air masses (1 warm, 1 cold) are moving in opposite directions it creates a
A cyclone is swirling wind
An anticyclone is swirling wind
Which of the following is associated with precipitation?
A lens or a setting on a zoom lens setting that magnifies subjects and minimizes apparent depth by filling the frame with a narrow angle of view.
A short segment of program content, usually made up of several related shots.
The organization of video material into a coherent presentation.
Any complete video presentation.
A transition in which the image begins at full brightness and gradually darkens to pure black.
A single set of visual information.
An arrangement of production equipment placed to record shots from a certain point of view.
A single still picture, 30 of which make a second of NTSC video. Also, the border around the image.
A vantage point from which the camera records a shot.
A lens or a setting on a zoom lens that minimizes subjects and magnifies apparent depth by filling the frame with a wide angle of view.
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System of government where the power is shared between a central authority and states or provinces.
The economic system based on supply and demand, consumers and business owners make decisions.
The type of democracy found in Great Britain where voters choose the legislative branch but not the Prime Minister
A type of autocracy where the leader takes power by force and rules by force.
A type of government ruled by a religious leader or group.
The power sharing system found in the US today.
The type of economy most countries have where the government and individuals have different levels of control.
The type of economy that would be best for an entrepreneur.
The rare mixture of qualities needed to start and run a business.
A tax or fee placed on goods imported into a country.
Refusal to trade with a country in hopes of achieving political or social change.
A limit on the number or amount of goods imported into a country, used to protect a country's businesses and economy.
What is a process in which substances are changed into different substances?
What type of mixture has a uniform composition?
What is the amount of matter an object contains?
This is an example of an extensive property.
A vapor is which state of matter?
Which of the following does NOT involve a physical change?
Which of the following is an example of a physical change?
Which of the following is an example of a homogeneous mixture?
Which state of matter is characterized by having an indefinite shape, but a definite volume?
Which of the following CANNOT be classified as a substance?
Which state of matter is characterized by having a definite shape and a definite volume?
Which of the following is a heterogenous mixture?
Separating a solid from a liquid by evaporating the liquid is called _________.
Which of the following items is NOT a compound?
Which state of matter expands when heated and is easy to compress?
What is a substance that cannot be changed into simpler substances by chemical means?
What must occur for a change to be a chemical reaction?
Which of the following is a chemical property?
What do chemical symbols and formulas represent?
Which of the following materials is a substance?
Phonology is...
What does the phonological system of a language include?
The IPA is...
One of the challenges for ELLs who are learning to read and speak is that Standard American English has _____ vowel sounds.
Examples of voiced consonants are...
Identify the minimal pair:
Developing phonological awareness means that...
What is a phoneme?
An example of a Rule of Articulation is ...
An example of Place of Articulation is ...
Define linguistics.
The study of syntax...
Grammar is...
Mechanics...
The English language follows this pattern:
A string of words that contains a subject and a verb, and expresses a complete thought, is called...
Every English sentence must have a subject + verb written in SVO order and that agree. Every language has a different syntax, so ESL students with certain native languages will have difficulty writing and saying correctly-formed sentences in English
Meanings and usage of prepositions can be challenging for ESL students from Spanish-speaking countries.
In English, there are no hard-and-set rules for using commas, so we can use them wherever we want, depending on inflection and timing.
Some parts of speech include...
Ask students to tape-record their own oral language. Then listen to these tapes on your own time and discuss the errors you hear during student-teacher conference time.
Make note of students' speech errors and incorporate the correct form in instruction.
Correct errors made in conversations as soon as they happen.
Create a learning environment that consists of a community of learners who will help each other in correcting their mistakes.
Correct the different forms of errors that they make all at the same time.
Have the student compare his own taped oral reading to a model tape or a tape produced by a more proficient peer.
Correcting form is more important than correcting meaning, so correct form.
Who thinks this: Errors in L2 production should not be corrected. They will go away naturally as acquisition proceeds. Actually, correcting errors may have a negative effect: raising the Affective Filter.
Errors in L2 production should be corrected. Since attention should be paid to detail, TESOLs don't want S to practice incorrect forms. However, mistakes probably won't happen if attention was paid to the details during the learning process.
Who thinks this: The only 2 types of feedback that should be given about errors in L2 production are (1) to let the NNS know whether or not he was understood and (2) indirect feedback that supplies vocab, grammar structure, or pronunciation help.
Who thinks this: No specific stance on correcting L2 production errors; however, LL should always be recalling what they already know (e.g., if they have learned a grammar rule already, remind them of it).
Who thinks this: It might be a good idea to correct L2 production errors. It may affect the rate of acculturation. In other words, a LL might feel more confident interacting with the new culture if he feels he has control over the language.
Who thinks this: L2 production errors should be corrected in order to avoid fossilization and to help students become aware of differences between their NL and the TL.
What is the difference between a mistake and an error?
Name this error: when the LL's native language influences the production of a target-language sound, which comes out incorrectly (example: Spanish-speaking ELL says eskool instead of school).
Name this error: A foreign accent may cause embarrassment if a mispronunciation results in obscene or vulgar language.
Name this error: when the LL uses a completely different yet familiar sound instead of the correct foreign sound (example: Chinese-speaking ELL say flied lice instead of fried rice).
Name this error: when two words are pushed together to make a grammatically correct shortened form (example: will not = won't).
Name this error: when the individual sounds of the word are slurred together (example: going to is pronounced gonna).
Developmental errors ...
Global errors...
Local errors...
When working with ELLs at the beginning and intermediate proficiency levels, it is more important to correct global errors than local errors.
Define learning style.
This learner shows a rational, intrinsic appeal for the task without consulting others.
This learner prefers to work with others to achieve a common goal.
This learner is motivated by impersonal, analytical activities that do not necessitate a group-type approach.
This type of learner is greatly influenced by the teacher and very often interacts with him/her.
This type of learner is more sensitive to others' feelings, opinions, and ideas.
This type of learner likes to practice and learn by experimentation (as opposed to conceptual discussion) before starting the task (global learners).
This type of learner typically likes competition and individual recognition.
This type of learner does best with learning the history or theory of the activity before attempting to do the assignment (analytical learners).
The author of the Perceptual Learning-Style Preference Questionnaire.
What is the meaning of pre?
What is the meaning of sub?
What is the meaning of re?
What is the meaning of anti?
What is the meaning of post?
What is the meaning of mid?
What is the meaning of semi?
What is the meaning of il?
What is the meaning of inter?
What is the meaning of em and en?
What is the meaning of trans?
What is the meaning of super?
What is the meaning of ir?
What is the meaning of mal?
What is the meaning of dis
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A longer segment of program content, usually consisting of several related scenes.
A fade-in that coincides with a fade-out, so that the incoming shot gradually replaces the outgoing shot.
Any digitally created transitional device other than a fade or dissolve.
To follow one shot with another.
The places, in two shots, where they can be cut together to make the action appear continuous.
A major section (usually between 10 and 45 minutes) of a longer program.
The position from which a shot is taken.
A transition in which a line moves across the screen, covering the outgoing shot with the incoming shot.
A single continuous recording.
An edit in which the incoming shot is too similar to the outgoing shot.
What is 1/4 as a percent?
What is 62.5% as a fraction?
What is 50% as a decimal?
What is 7/12 as a percent?
What is 1/10 as a percent?
what fraction is 87.5%?
What is 0/100 as a percent?
What is 33.3% as a fraction?
What i 95% as a fraction?
What is 37.5% as a fraction?
Cheyenne went to the hair store to buy more weave. If each pack of hair was $86.95, how much would 3 packs of hair cost?
Find the value of X in this equation 9X=1008
Reilly went to go buy a new soccer ball for $19.99. He only has 5 dollars, how much more money does he need?
Solve the problem: 2^2(9X9)+81-18.5
Tristan bought new Bred 11's for Kenna for $120.00. Kenna said she would pay him back 1/4 of the money he paid. How much will she pay him back?
If you have 80 cupcakes and you give 41 to your best friend and your brother give you 85. how many cupcakes do you have?
Sabrina bought 23 bootleg movies at 3 dollars a peice how much did she pay for all 23 movies?
solve the problem: 9X3(1345-543)+76-13
Isabel spent $800 on a new laptop, she only has $663. How much more does she need to pay for the laptop?
find the value of Y in this operation 845Y=5541510
5(5-3)-2+3
6-(11x5)-5+3
3-(12-5)^2+72
5+2-(3x4)
4x(2+4)
6(1+7)*-2
9x3x(2x6)+4
12/6(7-3)/10
19-12(10/3)6
2/(1+1)+4032
Reilly eats Go-Gurt 5 days a week, what percent does Reilly not eat Go-Gurt in a week?
Tristan sells weave weave 6/7 days what percent is he selling weave?
Sabrina forgets her water 4 times a week, what percent does sabrina bring her water?
Chuckie eats Alpine Chocolate in Math class 57% of the time, when is he NOT eating choclate during the week?
In Mr. Hunns math class there are 10/25 directioners, what percent in the class aren\'t directioners?
Emily reaches into a bag with 400 blue marbles and 1 red marble, what is the percent that she will pick a red marble?
Mr. Hunn watches sports for 14 hours a week, how many hours is he not watching sports?
Solomon wants new shoes 58% of the time, what percent does he not want shoes?
Isabel bought two boxes of toaster strudels, Kenna ate 66% in total, what percent did Isabel eat?
Cristian draws 97 percent of the time, what percent of time is he not drawing?
2x(-5)+4/8^3
7x8x9x4^2
-900*8^3
2^2*(6+4)/12
-2^2-1*10
-69*9/2-7
-.01*.01*66
-1+2+-3+4
100+-100
3^2+(6-4)*2
Herbert went to the bookstore and bought 6 books. Each book costs $3.19. With no tax, how much did all the books cost?
Austin has 102 pairs of shoes. If each pair of shoes cost $40.00, how much did he have to pay in all?
Clark has $8.66, but his friend Johnny has $10.20. How much more does Johnny have than Clark?
Larry has $200.00. But Elounor has $50.00. How much more does Larry have than Elounor?
Kevin has $1.57 that he found on the street. In his savings, he has $22.00. How much money does he have in all?
Shanaynay went to Tristan's Weave Emporium and bought 25 packs of hot pink weave. If each weave pack cost $95.00, how much did she have to pay in all?
Sarah The Granny was on AaoOd2. She got payed $150.00. If Harry earned $310.00, how much more did he earn than Sarah?
Loki, Payzer's dog, ate 2 bowls of dog food. If each bag of dog food carries 10 bowls, and the cost is $40.00, how much would 2 bowls cost?
Roshandra and her sister go to the beach 5 times a year. The total cost is $600.00. What is the cost of one trip?
Luna bought 5 outfits. If each outfit cost $25.00, how much does 11 outfits cost?
Kevin wrote a song called, "Little WIngs." It had 5 views the first day. The second day, it had 100 views. What is the percent increase of the amount of views?
The story 'Dark' had 46 chapters in January. By March, there were 50 chapters. What was the percent increase in the amount of chapters?
Christopher Edwards spent 8 hours working on a song one day. The next day, he only spent 4 hours. What is the percent decrease?
Drew Biebs was about to perform in front of 3,000 people. His fandom has 2,000,000 people. What percent of his fandom was at the concert?
Carter went to the park. There were 10 squirrels there. After an hour, there were 20 squirrels. What is the percent increase in the total amount of squirrels?
DJ Javadd decided to buy ear muffs. They were 23% off the original price. The original price was $92. What is the final price after the discount?
At a rugby match, Wolverhampton had 2, and Cheshire had 0. At the end of the match the score was 10-0. What is the percent increase of the score?
The guitar store offers Josh lessons for $21.00. Because it was Josh's second year playing guitar, he was offered a discount of 30%. What is the price after the discount?
Edward Harris needed new weave for his Platypus Perry. He went to the weave emporium and the price was $357. It was 10% off. What was the price after the discount?
Lou Tomm bought 75 cupcakes because he's the queen and he can. 75 cupcakes were $75 all together. They were 92% off. What is the new price?
6^3+(4x13)x5
2x16^2-16x4
If y is 7... answer this: 16y+(2x5)-7
5x4^3+(18/6)
6-3+4(8x4)
8x52+6(90-34)
89-92(5x3)
(8x20)^4+97
36^2(96-94)
556+56(69+36)
Alex and Richard go to Tristan's weave emporium. Alex buys a hairline hider for $2.99 and Richard buys a weave for $8.99. What is the total cost?
Richard wants to buy new shoes for $74.99. He has a 10% discount. How much would the shoes cost with the discount taken off the original price? You can round up?
Alex and Tristan go to Derpy Llama Co's official restaurant. Alex orders 2 derpy cola's for $.099 and a grilled llama steak for $26.00. How much did they spend in all?
Alex buys $20.00 worth of food and he wants to leave a 10% tip and there is a 7.5% tax. What is the total spent?
Richard buys $15 meal at Mcdonalds. The tax was 6.5% and he left 10% tip. What did he spend in all?
Tristan goes to gamestop and buys BF4 for 65.99 and Bioshock infinite for 70.99. What is the total cost?
Richard buys 7 footballs, for $3.25 each. How much did he pay in all?
Alex goes to BurgerKing, and buys a meal for $23, the tax is $8.50, and leaves a %20 tip. What is the total amount?
Tristan buys $52.60 worth of food at Harvest Grill. The tax is 8% and he leaves a 20% tip. What is the total amount spent?
Richard goes to a restaurant and the food costs $9.00, the tax is %10 and Richard leaves a %10 percent tip. What is the total cost of Richard's meal?
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What are workplace ethics?
What are examples of workplace ethics?
What are three file extensions of viruses?
Which trigger event virus will activate because it has been set to the PC clock?
Which computer virus attaches to an application program?
A trojan horse is different from other viruses because it doesn't ______.
Which computer virus enters into a computer system through a network?
Belinda has opened an email attachment on her workplace computer. The computers are linked together by a network. She has been affected by a virus. What type of virus do she have?
You can prevent accidents by ______.
Which virus attack requires an action of a user?
Stress can be prevented by _____.
Computer virus can _______.
I spoke
You bought
They danced
You spoke
I bought
You understood
I lived
She ate
They understood
I asked for
How do you say blonde hair?
How do you say I have in Spanish?
What is grandma in Spanish
How do you say? You are tall.
How do you say? I am bored.
What is the femenine article for THE?
How do you say I like football in Spanish?
How do you say? They are sad in Spanish?
How do you say Where is he from?
How do you say Same here in Spanish? (greeting)
I ___
you ________
He ___________
we __________
it _______
they _______
she _______
you all _____
Mr. Smith ____
Maria and I ____
An organism that does not have a membrane bound nucleus is said to be
An organism that has a membrane bound nucleus is said to be
An organism that makes its own food from sunlight or chemicals is said to be
An organism that does not make its own food and has to consume it is said to be
All the chemical processes that synthesize or break down materials within an organism
The part of the earth where all organisms exist
Inherited trait that is selected over time because it allows an organism to better survive in their environment
The regulation and maintenance of the constant internal conditions in an organism.
The variety of life on Earth is referred to as
The movement of water or any liquid from an area of high concentration to low concentrations is called
Which of the following questions CANNOT be answered by science?
As temperature drops to the dew point, clouds form in the atmosphere, and dew forms on ground surfaces. A scientist proposes that adding more water molecules to the atmosphere will change the dew point. This proposal is —
Objects of the same mass but of different sizes and shapes were dropped from a given height. Their rates of free fall were measured and recorded. Which of the following is most likely the question this experiment was designed to answer?
In an investigation 10,000 dung beetles were examined for the presence of parasites. The data showed that about 5% of the beetles had parasites. The results are —
Ten different types of culture media were inoculated with the same strain of bacteria and incubated at the same temperature. Nine of the cultures grew. Which of these conclusions can be drawn from this information?
Which of these is a hypothesis that can be tested through experimentation?
In order to be valid, an experiment can only
The smell of an ammonia solution used to clean a floor can quickly be detected throughout a house. Scientists explain this phenomenon by theorizing that gas molecules from the ammonia are in continuous random high-speed motion, drifting rapidly and p
The independent variable in an experiment is the
The dependent variable in an experiment is the
The branch of science concerned with identifying, naming, and classifying organisms is
A group of organisms that fills a particular category of classification is a
Any structural, chromosomal, or molecular feature that distinguishes one group from another is a
An organism that gives rise to two new groups of organisms is a
Scientists use all of the following to classify organisms EXCEPT
The acquisition of the same or similar characters in distantly related lines of descent is called
Shared derived characters are use to construct
The three Domains used to classify organisms are
The system used to name organisms is the
A diagram that indicates common ancestors and line of descent is a
1+1
2+2
4+4
8+8
16+16
32+32
0+11
6+6
9+9
5+5
The major rivers in southwest Asia have become political issues because...
What is the best way to get around in the desert?
What is a major job occupation in the Middle East?
Many of the largest cities in southwest Asia are located on or near...
Why does OPEC play a powerful role in the world?
How has the discovery of oil in some southwestern asian countries affected their development?
Why arn't desalination and drip irrigation used more in southwest Asia?
How has the use of chemical fertilizers affected water supplies in the middle east?
What is one problem chemical fertilizers cause farmers?
How has the building of dams created problems for countries sharing rivers in southwest Asia?
Type of government where all the people have the power.
The type of economy where the government makes all the decisions.
Economic system based on farming, hunting, gathering, social roles and customs.
System of government where there is no division of power, the central government holds all power.
The type of democracy that gives voters more power, they choose two branches of government.
A voluntary association of nations, members hold the power and can choose to give powers to a central authority.
The type of government where a few people have the power, could be based on wealth, social status, race, etc.
The type of government where one person has the power, monarch, emperor, dictator.
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what is the answer for this problem 56^2÷(28+1)-8
what is the anwser for this problem 3^8×(13−2+45)÷3
what is the anwser for this problem 2×7^2-(7×3)+6
what is the anwser to 6^6+(79-45)÷01
what is the anwser to (5^5×2^3)÷(25×1000)
what is the anwser to 8÷4×5^2+(46-45)
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If Marius bought Cosette 10 flowers that are 65% off and the origanal price for one flower is $1.50, how much did he pay for the 10 flowers?
Sam and Dean go to the gas station in Mississippi and the gas is 20% off. If one gallon of gas is $2.22, and they got 14 gallons of gas, how much did they pay?
Grantaire was buying a bottle liquor for 35% off, with the original of $8.53. How much did he have to pay?
Cosette wants to make an easter egg hunt for Gavroche. If baskets usually got $5 each, and there's a 10% discount on each basket, how much did 20 baskets cost?
Castiel was buying a new trenchcoat for 25% off with the original cost of 15.75. How much did he pay for the trenchcoat.
Jean Valjean buys a loaf of bread (not steals) for $4.00. He tips a baker 15%. How much did he spend total?
Balthazar purchased Gabriel's Horn for a discount of 45% with the original price of $35.00. How much did Balthazar pay?
Courfeyrac and Grantaire want to buy Enjorlas a vest for his birthday. If the original price was 27.00, and it was on sale with a new price of 20.25, what percent was the discount?
Dean and Sam go to a diner. The diner has a sale for 15% off all pie. Dean buys two slices of pie, and one slice of pie is $2.22, how much did Dean pay?
Crowley wanted to buy some souls off the black market. Each soul was on sale for 52%, and the orginal price was $2.25. If he purchased 5 souls, how much did he spend.
What is the meaning of the word adapted?
Which sentence gives the best summary of 'Sea Census Under Way'?
What is the meaning of the word vast?
Hydrothermal vents are hot because of ____________________________.
What is the meaning of the word distinct?
One effect of the twilight zone of the ocean having little sunlight is _________.
What is the meaning of the word contact?
The creatures in the different ocean zones demonstrate how _________________.
What does the idiom 'making waves' mean?
Which sentence is an opinion?
What can iron filings be used to show?
Why does the needle of a compass point to magnetic North?
What will the north poles of two bar magnets do when brought together?
How many poles to all magnets have?
What a current-carrying wire is wrapped around an iron core, what can it create?
What does a transformer between utility wires and your house do?
If a transformer has 3 coils input, and 9 coils output, what is the change in voltage?
Which energy transformation occurs in an electric motor?
What prevents most charged particles from the Sun from hitting the Earth?
Magnetic fields that surround all magnets exert
Which of these is NOT a major reason for high amounts of water pollution on the Yangtze and Ganges Rivers?
Why is Confucianism considered a philosophy instead of a religion?
In the Sahel, overgrazing and drought have resulted in a decrease in the grassland region. What is this process called?
Which major African ethnic group, located in western Africa, is primarily made up of Christians?
Indian nationalism in the 1800s began as a reaction to:
The purpose of the Pan-African movement in Africa is to:
Which type of government, currently used in China, has only one political party, and the central government controls most of the land and businesses?
Which of these was NOT a conflict that led to the independence of South Sudan from Sudan?
Since apartheid was abolished in the 1990s, how has South Africa created a democratic government?
The only major resource in Nigeria is oil. How does this affect Nigeria's GDP?
Which word is spelled incorrectly?
Which word is spelled incorrectly?
Which word is spelled incorrectly?
Which word is spelled incorrectly?
Which word is spelled incorrectly?
Which word is spelled incorrectly
Which word is spelled incorrectly?
Which word is spelled incorrectly?
Which word is spelled incorrectly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
A point shose latitiude is 0 degrees is located on the
The distance in degrees east or west of the prime merididan is
Weathering by abrasion is usually caused by
Two acids found in acid precipitation are
The rich topsoil known as humus found in soils comes from
Contour plowing means plowing
The main reason farmers use crop rotation is to slow down the process of
Which of water's properties directly causes mechanical weathering?
Chemical weathering is most rapid in areas that are
The decayed plant and animal material in soil is called
What is the square root of 64?
What is the square of 16
What is the absolute value of 4?
What is 156% written as a decimal?
What is 0.4% written as a decimal?
What is 3/8 written as a decimal?
What is 1/2 * 3/4
What is 1/8 divided by 3/2
Marge ran a total of 16 miles in 3 days. What is her unit rate?
The sales tax rate is 7%. The bill was $21. What is the sales tax?
Name five theorems that prove triangles are congruent.
Triangle ABC is congruent to triangle DEF. Which side is congruent to side BC?
Triangle ABC is congruent to triangle DEF. Which side corresponds to AC?
Triangle ABC is congruent to triangle XYZ. Which angle corresponds to angle A?
Triangle ABC is congruent to triangle XYZ. Which angle corresponds to angle B?
Which theorem proves triangles 1 & 2 are congruent?
Which theorem proves triangles 3 & 4 are congruent?
Which theorem proves triangles 5 & 6 are congruent?
Which theorem proves triangles7 & 8 are congruent?
If all 3 angles are congruent, are the triangles congruent?
What is a food chain?
What is a producer?
What is a decomposer?
Which of the answer choices would be a producer?
A seal gets consumed bya polar bear. This makes the seal an example of _______.
Deer eat only plants. This makes deer ______.
The snake in a food chain diagram eats only other animals. This makes snakes ______.
What are the mushrooms in a food chain an example of? (Hint: mold and germs are an example too!)
Animals that eat plants and animals to survive are ________________.
The arrows in a food chain point to _________________.
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Which of the following best explains the molecular structure of solids.
Which of the following numbers have six significant figures (sigfigs)
How many protons does the element Sulfur (S) have?
How many neutrons does the element Iron (Fe) have?
Convert 1320 mm to m.
Which of the following represents when gases turn into liquids
If a state of matter with very close molecules and move slowly is heated and changes into a state where the molecules are less compact and move just a little faster is called
Which of the following is the most precise measurement.
Which of the following correctly states which subatomic particles are in the nucleus.
Which of the following best describes a physical change.
Which of the following is an example of a Chemical property
Which of the following best represents a physical change taking place
Which of the following would you use to measure the volume of an object?
Which of the following is the smallest subatomic particle
Which of the following are ordered from lowest to highest kinetic energy.
If a substance is cooled, what effect would that have on the molecules?
Which of the following correctly describes an electron
If George needs to drink 2.2 liters of water a day, how many mL must he drink?
Which of the following would be the most common isotope of Uranium (U)?
In which of the following do the zeros count as a significant figure (sigfig)?
When a force acts to move an object, we say that _______ was done
We say Work is a scalar or has a vector quantity. What does it mean?
A type of energy that is stored and waiting to be used later.
A type of energy where in the energy of an object is relative to its motion.
Energy CANNOT be created NOR destroyed.
We say energy can only be transformed. An example of chemical to motion is:
Another example of energy transformation is electric - thermal is.
As the speed goes UP the Kinetic Energy goes__________.
If the Kinetic Energy goes UP, Potential Energy goes__________.
Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy may vary, but Total Energy remains____________.
Calculate the WORK done, If a man pushes a concrete block 10 meters with a force of 20 N.
How much POWER will it take to move a 100 N mass at a distance of 30 meters in 3 seconds?
Calculate the POTENTIAL ENERGY of an ice buildup on a mountain with a mass of 3000 kg at a height of 10 meters.
Calculate the ELECTRIC CURRENT if a total charge of 300 Coloumbs was felt in the swimming pool for 1.5 minutes.
if you present your science project next week, you don't have to answer questions about electricity on your finals
Something that breaks down dead plants and animals into something useful such as minerals or rich soil
Any animal that eats plants or plant-eating animals.
An organism that makes its own food
Abiotic Factor
Biotic factor
Ecosystem
Population
Community
Habitat
Niche
__________ is any process a business conducts over a computer network.
A customer's preference for a particular product is called __________ .
The production of goods that offer specialized choices to mainstream buyers is called _________ .
When a company steamlines its _____, productivity and profitability generally increase.
__________ is when pricing changes create a change in consumer demand.
A system of policies, operation, resources, and technologies used to generate revenue is called the __________ .
__________ is when a business transacts information, goods or services with another business.
__________ is when a business uses the Internet to sell its products to consumers.
__________ is when consumers interact with one another online to transact goods and services.
__________ is when the customer initiates the transaction to conduct business online.
__________ is when consumers can easily access information from government agencies.
How many business models are there?
Which of the following is one of the business models?
1 x 4
2 x 8
3 x 6
1 x 9
7 x 2
8 x 3
0 x 1
2 x 6
3 x 3
4 x 1
As most sports magazines can attest, playing sports such as tennis and basketball ___ not only mental ability but also physical strength.
Never ___ the weather been so bad in the months of June and July.
Neither the students nor the teacher ___ about what happens on this trip.
According to the information on this page, items bought before 1940 ___ more than items made after that year.
Neither the teacher nor the students ___ to use this book again.
Some of the books on the table ___ to me.
According to the police, the killer of the boys in both cities ___ probably between the ages of 40 and 50.
Unlike similar kinds of pets such as neon tetras, the guppy ___ very little food and attention to survive.
Far from being a poor city with little diversity, New Orleans certainly ___ as one of the most interesting spots in the United States.
Without the new taxes, houses built before World War II ___ lower costs than more modern homes do.
The large companies in our area ___ a cheap source of labor.
Some of this book ____ not very entertaining.
Much of the machinery on these farms ___ unusable
That Shakespeare was one of the most talented writers ___ an understatement to those who are really familiar with the field of literature.
Explaining or interpreting the things you observe based on reasoning from what you already know is called
Observations that deal with descriptions but not numbers are called
Scientific knowledge changes with
The last step in the Scientific method is
Which is a valid reason to reject a scientific theory?
A representation of a complex object or idea is called a
Scientists come from many different backgrounds and have many different talents
Having an attitude of doubt is called
The ___________ variable is changed by the scientist, which results in change in the __________ variable.
Trying to explain why a solar eclipse occurs is an example of
What is the most common type of office accident?
What is ergonomic?
What doesn't cause workplace stress?
Jake works for the Billings Company. He is working long hours at the computer. How long should he work before he takes a five minute break?
What is not an employability skill?
What makes up your personal characteristics?
What are the things you believe are important in the way you live and work?
What are examples of qualities?
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Larry is a friendly dinosaur who only snacks on grapes and daffodils. What type of consumer is he?
What is the main difference between autotrophs and heterotrophs?
Which of the following would be considered an autotroph/producer?
Where do autotrophs get the tools to make their own food from?
Why do many ecologists consider the sun to be the most important abiotic factor?
What will happen to the number of prey if the number of predators INCREASE?
What will happen to the number of predators if the number of prey INCREASE?
Which of the following is NOT an example of a heterotroph/consumer?
What's the main difference between carnivores and herbivores?
How would we classify most humans?
What is the genre called when the author writes his own life story?
What is the genre called when someone writes the life story of another person?
what is the genre called when the story contains facts about real people, places, and things
what is the genre called when the story is set in the past and includes events, problems from that time period
what is the genre when the story uses humor and exaggeration to tell the story
Which word is spelled correctly?q
which word is spelled corectly?
Which word is spelled corectly
Which word is spelled corectly
which word is spelled correctly
Which of the following are in correct ABC order?
Which of the following are in correct ABC order?
Which of the following are in correct ABC order?
Which of the following are in correct ABC order?
Which of the following are in correct ABC order?
Which of the following are in correct ABC order?
Which of the following are in correct ABC order?
Which of the following are in correct ABC order?
Which of the following are in correct ABC order?
Which of the following are in correct ABC order?
Eats other organisms
Used the last bit of energy from organisms and breaks down dead organisms
Organisms that cannot make their own food they make up many levels of the food web
self-feeder
Eats only meat/animals
Makes its own food through photosynthesis
Eats only producers or plants
The amount of organic matter in an ecosystem
Will eat both animals and plants
What is the chemical equation for photosynthesis?
A natural resource that can be replaced at the same rate at which it is consumed is a:
An unwanted change in the envioronment that is caused by substances or forms of energy is:
Too many organisms in one area for the resources available is:
A natural resource that forms at a rate slower then the rate at which it is consumed is a:
The number and variety of organisms in an area at one time is:
Nonrenewable energy resources that formed from the remains of ancient plants and animals are:
What disease might chemicals cause many years after a person is exposed to them?
An organism that makes a home for itself in a new place is called a(n):
Advances in medicine and in farming have increased:
An example of habitat destruction is:
Who or what would you expect to applaud?
What would an animal use to peer at you?
Which is an exclamation?
What are jeers meant to do?
Which of the following can be a scoundrel?
Which of these is refined?
If you make progress, you
An exquisite necklace is
If you ask in vain, you
A synonym for drab is
Price is so important to customers that they will accept lower quality in order to save money.
Buying printer paper from a supplier that a business has used before is an example of a modified rebuy.
A cash discount is a reduction in product prices offered to customers who cash their checks at the seller’s business.
A markup is the amount added to the cost of goods sold to determine the selling price.
Effective promotion is based on effective communication.
Advertising includes all forms of paid and non-paid promotion that deliver a message to many people at the same time.
Businesses sometimes use advertising to gain support for ideas or causes.
An advertising poster in a store window is a form of display advertising.
The reasons people buy are known as customer objections.
Salespeople need to be well informed and knowledgeable about the products and services they represent.
Which of the following would not be a useful guide in determining what to purchase?
Which of the following is a disadvantage for a business that buys all of its products from one supplier?
A price reduction that manufacturers give to their channel partners in exchange for additional services is a
Purchasing snow blowers in the summer to help the manufacturer balance production and inventory levels often qualifies the buyer for a
The actual price a customer pays for a product is the
For manufacturers, the total cost of the materials, operations, and personnel used to make a product is the
The cost of goods sold plus operating expenses plus net profit equals the
On an invoice, credit terms that require the buyer to pay in full in 30 days but would grant the buyer a 2 percent discount for paying within 10 days would be expressed as
Which of the following is not an example of an operating expense?
The manufacturer of a product that is very popular will benefit from pricing based on
An example of mass media advertising is
Which of the following is an example of a buying motive?
An effort by the customer to avoid making a decision to purchase is usually demonstrated by the use of
Selling is successful when
Follow-up after a sale includes all of the following except
An effective method of increasing sales of a product for a short time is
A promotional activity designed to familiarize customers with a new product and to create a demand for it in local businesses is
In self-service merchandising, customers are persuaded to buy through
In addition to the Federal Communications Commission, the federal agency that regulates promotion is the
Advertising that is misleading in any material respect is
Amount by which the original selling price is reduced before sale.
Reduction in price given for paying by a certain date.
Advertising that violates the law.
Difference between selling price and all costs and expenses.
Advertising designed to change a false impression left by earlier misleading information.
Providing all information that allows consumers to make an informed buying decision.
Amount added to the cost of goods sold to calculate a selling price.
Difference between selling price and cost of goods sold.
Price reduction given to channel partners in exchange for additional services.
Cost to produce a product or buy it for resale.
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Which component is different for the ASL signs OUTGOING and ACT?
What is the handshape for the ASL sign for BEST-FRIEND?
Which component is different for the ASL signs for ARROGANT and LARGE?
Which components are different for the ASL signs for SMALL and LARGE?
Which components are different for the ASL signs for AUNT and UNCLE?
Which component(s) is(are) different for the ASL signs for NIECE and NEPHEW?
What is the handshape for the ASL sign for SOMETIMES?
What is the handshape for the ASL sign for OFTEN?
Many creations by Deaf artists focus on
What is the nonmanual marker for the ASL sign for CAN?
In the past, what would often happen when Deaf people signed in public?
What verb does DEIXIS show?
What is the nonmanual marker for the ASL sign CANNOT?
What is the purpose of the ASL HANDWAVE?
During ASL conversations, it is most critical that you maintain
Facial expressions could convey all of the following except
What is the handshape for the ASL sign for MAD/ANGRY?
What does NMS stand for?
Which component is different for the ASL signs UNDERSTAND and DON'T-UNDERSTAND?
The Question-Maker is used with
What is the nonmanual marker for the ASL sign CAN?
What is the nonmanual marker for the ASL sign CANNOT?
The ASL sign for PUBLIC-SCHOOL is actually signed
What is the handshape for dominant hand for the ASL sign for COMMUNICATION?
What is the handshape for dominant hand for the ASL sign for CULTURE?
Which English word is not signed/included in the ASL phrase NICE-TO-MEET-YOU?
What is the handshape for dominant hand for the ASL sign for COMMUNITY?
What are the nonmanual markers for WH-questions?
What does VRS stand for?
Which of the following signs does NOT include H-L at the end of the sign/fingerspelling?
Which component is different for the ASL signs for LISTEN-WITH-EARS and LISTEN-WITH-EYES?
Which component is different for the ASL signs for YEAR and TYPE/KIND?
The ASL sign for INFECTION could also mean
The ASL sign for SPEECH could also mean
Which component is different for the ASL signs for I/ME and MY/MINE?
The diameter of the earth is
Where did God confuse the languages of men?
Between the Rivers
Main occupation of the Sumerians
Warmest Ocean
Largest Ocean
The study of ancient people
tall, layered temples in Sumer
a belief based on fear
most common seal in Sumer
Arabs who wandered from place to place
descendants of Abraham
contributed the alphabet
People group that first minted coins
First Empire Builders
Abraham came from what city?
The study of ancient people
Wedge -shaped writing of Sumerians
smallest and coldest Ocean
Europe+Asia
How does this work?
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What is the subject of the following sentence? The girls like to swing at recess.
Which is a complete sentence?
What is the predicate of the following sentence? My class works really hard.
What type of sentence is this? Can I come over and play on Saturday?
Which sentence is declarative (telling)?
Which sentence is interrogative (asking)?
Mason and Jordan is a subject or a predicate?
Which is a complete sentence?
Have you done your homework yet? What type of sentence is this?
What is the subject of a sentence?
Go get the book.
What time are the guests coming?
The morning sun was quite bright.
After the storm was over, the big clean up began.
Watch out for the flying rock!
Please bring me a carton of milk.
Later in the evening the dog finally came home.
You have to talk louder if you want me to hear you!
Who will watch the young children while we are gone?
Earlier in the day the students organized their notebooks.
An inorganic, homogenous solid is called __________________?
A _____________ is a solid composed of different kinds of minerals.
__________ may have crystals, made from cooled magma.
__________may have layers of crystals or minerals, wavy lines.
___________ may have layers, rounded particles, rough and grainy.
_____________ happens when pieces of rocks and soil are carried away by wind and water.
Which layer of the earth is the thinnest?
Which layer of the earth is the hottest?
Fossil Fuels are made of dead plants and animals, like dinosaurs.
Crude oil is made of ______________________?
Which fossil fuel is the cheapest but most polluting?
Which fossil fuel is the most expensive?
Which fossil fuel is the cleanest?
Which is the biggest producer and consumer of oil and thus, the most powerful country in the world?
Which part of the world still has plenty of oil reserves?
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252 inches = feet
Find 12 yds 1 ft - 4 yds 2 ft
Which unit would be most appropriate to measure the width of an envelope?
9.7 cm = m
Explain how the area of a triangle is related to the area of a square with the same base and height.
What is the area of a square with each side measuring 6 cm?
Find the circumference of a circle with a diameter of 5 feet
The base of an equilateral triangle is 6 meters long. It has a height of 4.7 meters. What is the area of the triangle?
3,240 seconds equals how many minutes?
Find the elapsed time: 9:14 p.m. to 11:26 p.m.
Which of the following is NOT an example of a wave?
The number of waves that pass a point in a given amount of time is called the __________.
Which of the following waves do NOT require a medium to travel through?
This tells you how long a wave is.
The amount of energy a wave has is called ____________________________.
_____________________ is the number of times a wave goes by in a second, measured in Hz.
The frequency of a wave increases from 10 Hz to 20 Hz. What will happen to the wavelength of this wave?
Which of the following is carried by waves?
During the experiment about sound your classmate shortened the distance between the string. He claimed this make the wavelength decrease as well as the pitch. Which is true?
The volume of a sound wave increase. Which is the best explanation of why?
Which set of objects best conducts electricity?
When turning on a flashlight, a chemical reaction in the battery produces electricity that lights a bulb. According to the Law of Conservation of Energy, the energy exchanged
Inside a power plant, coal is burned to produce hot gases. What type of energy conversion takes place as hot gases cause turbines to move?
Which is the best example of chemical potential energy?
When a button is pushed, a circuit is completed and a buzzer is activated. The buzzer transferred electrical energy into
What type of energy transfer is taking place as the coils in a toaster heat?
What energy conversion occurs when a person rubs his or her hands together rapidly?
Which type of energy is being converted into kinetic energy as a marble falls from a shelf?
What type of energy is converted when fireworks release heat, light, and sound?
A rubber band is stretched between a person's fingers and then released. This best demonstrates:
Male reproductive part of the flower; where pollen is produced...
Leaf-like structures that protect the buds of flowers; often green...
The colored part of the flower; can be many colors, shapes, or sizes...
Female reproductive part of the flower...
What is the function of roots?
What is the function of stems?
What is the function of leaves?
What is the function of stomata?
The two kinds of roots are...
The two kinds of stems are...
A rigid structure that gives support to the cell is a
This system of membranes assists in production, processing & transport of proteins.
This keeps the cell's membranes from collapsing and also helps some cells move.
A large organelle in a eukaryotic cell containing the cell's DNA or genetic material.
Organelles where sugar is broken down to produce energy.
The organelle that packages and distributes proteins is called the
Organelles in plant and algae cells in which photosynthesis takes place are known as
This separates the cell's contents from the cell's environment.
These are the smallest organelles in cells; they make proteins and are the site of protein synthesis.
Organelles that contain digestive enzymes are called
The amount of water vapor in the air compared with the maximum amount of water vapor that the air can hold at different temperatures.
The amount of water vapor in the air.
The short term state of the troposphere including temperature, precipitation, wind and visibility.
The change of state from a gas to a liquid is known as
Which of the following is not a type of cloud:
Water, in liquid or solid form, that falls from the air to Earth is known as
A large body of air is known as
The boundary between air masses of different densities and usually different temperatures is known as
Which of the following is not a type of front?
An anemometer is an instrument that measures
When should you send a Cease and Desist letter to creditors?
A collector is taught to:
Which of the following is not covered under a bankruptcy?
Which statement is true about collectors?
Which of the following is not one of the Four Walls?
How often should you talk to a collector?
In which case are you most likely to get sued if you are behind in paying bills?
Which of the following is NOT one of the steps to take if you are a victim of identity theft?
Which of the following is/are true about lawsuits under $10,000?
Which of the following is NOT a precaution to prevent your identity from being stolen?
Compared to land, the open oceans
All the interconnected feeding relationships in an ecosystem make up a food
The total amount of living tissue within a given trophic level is called the
Carbon cycles through the biosphere in all of the following processes EXCEPT
The movements of energy and nutrients through living systems are different because
When water is absorbed into the ground, this process is
Only about 10% of the energy in a trophic level is available to organisms in the next trophic level
Aquatic ecosystems can receive a large input of a limiting nutrient from the runoff from heavily fertilized fields
An organism that uses inorganic chemicals to make their own energy are
What are bacteria?
What is a key feature in computing your FICO score?
An overdue payment is called:
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