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Where is a nematocyst located
Which is false?
Which animal belongs to the phylum Cnidaria?
Cnidaria have a radially symmetrical cup or bag like body made up of two layers of calls.
The largest class in phylum Cnidaria is class _________________ , which includes _________________.
Fire Corals and siphonophores are in class
The portoguese man of war is in class ________________ , jellfish are in class __________________ , and box jellyfish are in class ____________
Difference between comb jellies and jellyfish include (choose all that apply)
Anna fell asleep in the sun, so she got really sunburned. What is the cause?
Josh got a sticker from the teacher because he completed all of his homework. What is the effect?
The squirrel climbed the tree because the cat was chasing it. What is the effect?
The car drove over nails and glass, therefore it got a flat tire. What is the cause?
After Casey broke her foot, she got a cast on it. What it the effect?
Kevin missed the bus and was late for school. What is the effect?
Mike's house lost power during the thunderstorm. What is the cause?
Larry Fitzgerald caught a touchdown because the defender fell down. What is the effect.
A tractor broke down, delaying the parade. What is the cause?
Jeremiah's button popped after dessert. What is the cause?
In this event, the British fought the French over land. In order to pay for this expensive battle, the British decided to tax the colonists.
This event imposed a tax on newspapers, contracts, playing cards, and paper goods.
This means that colonists didn't want to pay taxes if they didn't get a say in parliament
These men were responsible for the Boston Tea Party; the women organized boycotts.
a group of colonial men dressed as Native Americans, boarded a tea ship and dumped its cargo into the harbor.
Which of the following BEST explains why tensions arose between the colonists and England?
Which statement BEST explains why French/Indian War helped cause the American Revolution?
Which were the main crops of the southern colonies?
Which Native American tribe was from the Arctic region?
Which explorer searched for the Fountain of Youth?
a colonist who was against British rule and loved their country enought to fight for it:
to join together for a common purpose or belief; make as one:
an overthrow or forced change in government:
freedom from someone else's control:
money citizens pay to their government for services:
the British government that made laws for the colonies:
colonists who remained loyal to Britain and supported British control of the colonies:
members of the colonial troops who had promised to take the field in battle on short notice
a group of people who meet to discuss a subject; they represent other people:
a refusal to buy goods or services
In the lytic cycle
Viruses
When the host cell divides during ___, each new cells carries the genetic material of the virus.
What is the one function that viruses share with living things?
Which of the following is NOT a true statement about viruses?
The common cold is caused by
Which of the following statements best describes viruses?
Which of the following is NOT a shape of viruses?
Viruses that attack only bacteria are shaped like
The tobacco mosaic virus is shaped like a
Influenza Viruses are shaped like
A virus reproduces through
Viruses are not considered to be living because they do not
Which of the following happens to a virus during the lysogenic cycle?
Which of the following statements does not describe viruses?
Which of the following statements describes the lysogenic cycle?
Which of the following statements describes the lysogenic cycle?
Which of the following statements describes viruses?
What do viruses have in common with most living things?
Which of the following diseases in NOT caused by a virus?
Jonas needs to split a log. What simple machine would help him?
A seesaw on a playground is an example of what type of simple machine?
Which of the following simple machines are combined to make scissors?
Which is a simple machine?
Which simple machine is used to hold objects together?
Which simple machine is used on a flagpole to help when the flag is raised?
A hand truck is used in stores to move boxes. Which simple machines are part of a hand truck?
Which could help a person in a wheelchair get from the street onto the sidewalk?
Which example of a simple machine is a lever?
Which answer lists only simple machines?
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How many chromosomes are in sex cells of humans?
What is the purpose of a punnett square?
What is genetics?
What makes up a gene?
If a cell has 25 chromosomes, how many will it have after it undergoes mitosis?
What is a phenotype? Give an example.
What's the difference in asexual and sexual reproduction?
What does meiosis produce?
Bacteria dividing by binary fission is an example of
Why would farmers practice selective breeding?
Who first described the principles of heredity?
A purebred green pea plant is crossed with a purebred yellow pea plant. The result is the first generation all appearing green. If 2 offspring from this first generation are crossed, what would be the probable appearance of the 2nd generation?
What is DNA made of?
What are the advantages of sexual reproduction
Homozygous purple flowers and white flowers were crossed and resulted in all purple offspring. What does this tell us about purple flowers?
Brown eyes are dominant to blue eyes. If there is a 100% chance that an individual will have brown eyes, what is the genotype of the parents?
If one side of a DNA strand is AGTCCG, what would the complementary sequence on the other side be?
What are similarities between asexual and sexual reproduction
What is heredity?
What is a dominant allele?
What is the shape of DNA called?
What's the difference in sex cells and body cells?
What part of the punnett square represents the offspring?
What are the base pairing rules of DNA?
Where is DNA stored?
If a cell has 40 chromosomes, how many will it have after meiosis?
What are the advantages of asexual reproduction?
What is selective breeding?
What is an allele?
A homozygous tall plant is crossed with a short plant. Give all the possible phenotypes and genotypes of the offspring and t he probability of each occurring.
What does to cancel an act or law mean?
What is the refusal to buy items from a particular country?
What is a group of civilains trained to fight in emergencies?
What is the freedom from external or foreign rule?
What are ideas or information designed to influence public opinon and spread widely to the public?
Which act prohibted colonists from buying tea from anyone except the British East India Tea Company?
What is a tax on certificates, playing cards, printed paper and official documents?
What prevented colonists from settling west of the Appalachian Mountains?
What acts shut down the Boston Harbor, canceled town meetings and forced colonists to house the British soliders?
What act placed taxes on glass, paper, lead, paint, and tea?
Formal letter
Savior sent by God
Someone killed for religious beliefs
Where Christians worship
Good news of God
Follower of Jesus
Symbol of Christianity
Holy book of Christianity
Belief in one God
Holiday of Christianity
A revision or change to the U.S. Constitution is ______________.
To suggest or to introduce are synonyms for ______________.
To approve is a synonym for _______.
What is the plan of government for the United States?
What is the first step when amending the U.S. Constitution?
What is the second step in the U.S. Constitution amendment process?
Who ratifies the amendments in the Virginia Amendment process?
Which answer choice is false?
(2/3 of the General Assembly proposes and more than 50% of Virginia voters ratify) What would be the best title for this?
The way something is organized or made can be called its ___________.
Which did not fight in the French and Indian War?
The French and Indian War was fought between the French and Indians vs. the
The French and Indian War was caused by:
Both France and Britain wanted control of the valuable
Which was NOT a cause of the French and Indian War?
British colonists moved into region, which disrupted_______ between natives and the French.
How many wars were there between France and Britain?
Major impacts from the French and Indian War included
Which was not a part of the The Treaty of Paris (1763)?
What country is saddled is a huge war debt from fighting the French and Indian War?
True or False To repay the debt incurred the British begin taxing colonists.
True or False One major impact from the French and Indian War was that the colonists united.
Colonists learned what sort of warfare tactics used by the Native Americans and French?
True or false- At outset of the French and Indian War, Thomas Jefferson leads Albany congress to unite colonists to join, or die against the French.
True or False The French and Indian War was a major war fought in the American Colonies between 1754 and 1763.
True or False The British gained significant territory in North America as a result of the war.
The war was expensive for the British government to fight. In order to pay for it, they issued taxes on the colonies. The British government considered this fair as they were protecting the interests of the colonies.
The colonies felt that they should not be taxed unless they had representation in the British government.
True or False It’s been called one of America’s “remembered wars.”
What is a person or group that joins with another to work toward a goal?
What is a group of representatives who meet to discuss a subject?
What is a fight against a government?
What is an official public statement?
True or False The British wanted to settle in the Ohio River Valley and to trade with the Native Americans who lived there.
True or False The French built forts to protect their trade with the Indians.
True or False In 1754, George Washington led an army against the French. He was defeated.
Which country declared war?
The war for control of the valley was called the
Most American Indians in the region were ________ of the French.
The American Indians ________ the French because they traded but did not settle on the land.
In 1754, a congress of the British colonies met in ______________.
_____________ thought the colonies should work together to defeat France. Each colony would still have its own government. They would also create one government together to decide important issues. His idea was called the Albany Plan of Union.
The colonists _____________ the Albany Plan of Union. They did not want to join together under one government.
True or False In 1757, Britain sent more soldiers to North America. This helped defeat the French in Canada.
In ________, Britain and France ended the war and signed the Treaty of Paris. France gave Britain control of Canada and most of the land east of the Mississippi River.
France gave Britain control of Canada and most of the land east of the ___________ River.
In 1763, Britain and France ended the war and signed the Treaty of ________.
British soldiers stayed in the Ohio River Valley. The Indians wanted the soldiers to leave. An Ottawa chief named Pontiac led the Indians in a war against the British. This was called ______________.
What was it about the Ohio River Valley that made it so valuable to so many different groups of people?
To avoid more conflict w/American Indians, Britain made the _________________. It recognized the Indians’ right to the land. It did NOT allow colonists west of the Appalachian Mountains. The colonists were angry. British soldiers to live among them.
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What part of a cell uses cellular respiration to release energy stored in food?
Cells need to produce new cells in order to
Larger size, longer life, and specialization are three advantages to being a
Fermentation in muscles cells produces
What part of the cell forms a barrier between the cell and its environment?
A group of cells with the same function makes up
The material within bones that makes blood cells is called
The material that controls all cell activities is called
What are food, water, air and a place to live?
What part of the cell acts as the cell’s delivery system?
What is the job of the lysosomes?
One of the functions of bones is to store
Moving materials through a cell membrane by active transport requires the use of
In contrast to the nervous system the endocrine system
When water diffuses into or out of a cell, it is called
Cellular respiration is the process by which
An organ system has
What is passing genetic traits from parents to offspring called?
The process by which plants, algae and some bacteria use carbon dioxide, sunlight and water to make glucose and oxygen is called?
The muscular system is made up of muscles that allow the body to
Fermentation occurs when a cell can’t get
What are all living things made of?
During cytokinesis in plant cells
Which of the following systems collects and begins disposal of extra cellular fluids
Which of the following statements is not part of the cell theory
Where is chlorophyll located?
The main functions of blood are to
Ribosome, the organelles that make protein are found on the membranes of the
What body system does skin belong to?
Which of the following is not a part of the respiratory system?
Maintaining stable internal conditions is called
Where does photosynthesis take place in a cell?
What does the Golgi complex do in a cell?
What does homeostasis maintain in the body?
During the process of diffusion
What cell part supports the cell and might by made of cellulose or chitin
Passive transport occurs when small particles move from
What are the five main parts of the cardiovascular system?
Binary fission, the process by which bacteria cells divide means
What is cytoplasm?
A plant or animal develops characteristics to change to the environment for survival
A large naturally occuring community of plants and animals living in a major habitat
Unfair treatment for personal gain
What is the definition for niche?
latitude
Feeding position in a food chain; nutrition
what does demise mean?
Another name for animals of a specific region is _____.
A group of organisms that are similar and capable of breeding with each other.
Weather condition in an area over a long period of time
An example of air resistance would be
The air pressure on top of a mountain is greater than
All the following are forces except
Gravity was discovered by
The formula for pressure is
Stremlininng an airplane reduces
The idea that all objects are attracted to each other is called
If the area remains the same you can increase pressure by
The weight of an object tells you
What does a spring scale measure
The objects are placed on a spring scale. The pointer moves to 4 for object A and to 6 for object B. Object A weighs
Why is sand spread on an icy surface to
Lubricants are used to
Where would you weigh the most?
Where would you weigh the least?
I dropped a rock that weighed 2N and 6N which would have hit the surface first?
The forward force that helps a plane take off is called
A common lubricant used in car engines is
As you go deeper under water what happens?
If you are in a tug of war how could the rope stay the same and not move?
longitude
organism who contributes to the diversity of life and whose extinction whould most likely lead to the extinction of other organisms
What is the definition for flora?
A coniferous forest biome is
The savannah biome is
The ocean biomes is
The act of trying to keep something in its original existing state.
The desert biome is
exotic organism
A movement to protect natural resources including plants, animals and the habitat that they live in.
Extinct Organism
Forest where more than half are trees that shed their leaves in the fall and grow back in the spring
at risk or in danger of becoming extinct
Less than 10% of earth, lies on the equator, 1/2 of earth's animals live there, heavy rainfall all year round dense forest of evergreen trees
Fresh water biome is
getting the soil ready for growing season to provide for animals and humans
Conservation is
animals of a specific region
trophic levels
Niche is
A metalloid
Which group of elements is malleable and are ductile?
The elements in a compound
A _________________ is the substance that is dissolved.
A __________________ change is needed to break down a compound.
Three ways to dissolve a solid faster.
A(n) _____________ is a pure substance that cannot be broken down into simpler substances by chemical means.
A(n) _____________ is an element that is brittle and dull.
The ability of one substance to dissolve in another substance is the ___________ of the solute.
A(n) ______________ has a definite ratio of components.
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The _______ of the story was be generous.
This subatomic particle has a negative charge.
This is the part of the atom where neutrons and protons are located.
What is used to determine the mass number of an element?
The atomic number on the periodic table represents the number of
Which of the following is not part of the atomic theory of matter?
Which of the following is 2 or more atoms linked by chemical bonds?
The smallest unit of matter into which elements can be broken down into
This has no definite shape or volume
An atom that has gained an electron and therefore has a negative charge is a(n)
If two atoms have different numbers of neutrons, then they are called
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The craft of putting together sounds to create a musical work.
Who is the prolific composer/lyrist that has written songs for over 300 singers and has had over 90 top 10 hits in her career?
An instrumental piece written by George Gershwin that fuses Jazz with classical motifs.
What revolutionary instrument was introduced in the 1960’s by Robert Moog?
The type of singing that is taught to only a few select Tibetan monks because it is a skill that requires discipline and practice that integrates the power of mind, body, and speech.
A ram’s horn that is sounded on high holy days at Jewish Synagogues.
What style of religious music is accompanied by tambourines, drums, and piano?
What is the low drone instrument native to Australia?
What do we call a form of vocal improvisation on nonsense syllables?
Which one of the cities listed below is NOT a birthplace of Jazz?
What is the best type of soil for growing plants?
Natural gas and petroleum are formed from
Which of the following is NOT a natural resource?
How can you conserve gasoline?
What is another word for conserve?
Where are most faults?
What is a dormant volcano
What is the breaking apart of rocks called?
What type of rock is sandstone
Soil is NOT made of which of the following?
Which of the following is does NOT happen when a sedimentary rock forms?
Bryce Canyon was
A large body of water surrounded by land is called
A body of water that flows in a channel over land is called
A flat region at high elevation is called a/an
A piece of land surrounded by water on three sides.
Land surrounded by water on all sides
These are much higher than the land around them. They have peaks and can be part of a group called a chain.
Indentations in the shoreline. Many of these provide harbors for ships.
A depression of the earth's surface, usually between ranges of hill or mountains.
A large flat area of land
Raised areas of earth's surface that slope down. Not as high as a mountain.
Volcanoes erupt through openings in the Earth's surface called
Rock that melts INSIDE the Earth is called
Rock sections that the Earth's crust is made of are called
Grass and clover are good at preventing
Large piles of windblown sand are called
Which one of the following does NOT cause erosion?
How are all rocks alike?
Which of the following is NOT a property of rocks?
Which property of minerals tells how shiny they are?
The breaking apart of rocks is called
What tells us the simplest ratio of atoms in a compound?
LiF has what name?
FeCl3 has what name?
N2O4 has what name?
Which of the following is Avogadro’s number?
This law states that the given compound will always have the same ratio or mass percent
Ions that are composed of 2 or more elements are called
What is the molecular mass of H2O if H = 1 and O = 16.
AB creates A + B is an example of
AB + CD creates AD + BC is an example of
What is the formula for pressure?
What are the values for STP?
What device measures the pressure created by the collisions of gas molecules in Earth’s atmosphere?
Which of the following is not a major assumption of the Kinetic Theory of Matter?
What is the formula for the ideal gas law?
Which gas law represents pressure being held constant while volume and temperature change?
What is the process of mixing molecules of one substance through another by random molecular motion?
cWhich law states that if the volume of gases are kept at equal temperatures and pressures, the number of molecules will be the same?
760 torr is equal to
This device is used to measure the pressure of gas samples
Heat usually flows from
The second law of thermodynamics describes a gradual increase in disorder for the universe. This is known as
During the change in state from liquid water to a water vapor gas, what happens to heat energy?
What is defined as the ability to do work?
In an exothermic reaction, the change in enthalpy is
If you wanted to measure the heat flow during a chemical reaction, what instrument would you use?
The heat per unit mass required to vaporize a substance at its normal boiling point.
In thermodynamics, the part of the universe that is being studied is the ____ and everything outside of it is the _____.
The type of energy associated with motion
The amount of heat required to cause a unit rise in temperature of a unit mass of a substance
Genes carry information that determines our
As a result of asexual reproduction, the daughter cells are
What did Gregor Mendel complete his studies on?
What is a genotype? Give an example.
What makes up a nucleotide?
Explain Mendel's studies and what he discovered.
Where are genes located?
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Type of wave in which the particles move perpendicular to the direction of the wave
Type of wave in which the particles move in the same direction as the wave
Type of wave that has two fields moving perpendicular to the direction of the wave
The highest point on a transverse wave
The property of a compressional wave that determines its amplitude
The number of wavelengths that pass a point in a given amount of time
The SI unit used to measure the frequency of a wave
The distance from the rest position to the top of a crest or the bottom of a trough
When a wave changes directions due to bouncing off of a surface
When a wave changes direction due to changing speeds as it moves through different materials
Sound is which type of wave
The loudness of a sound is effected by which property of the wave?
The function of the middle ear is to
The pitch of a sound is effected by which property of the wave
The function of the inner ear is to
How does the pitch of a sound change as the wavelength increases
In which of the following materials do sound waves travel the fastest?
The function of the outer ear is to
Which cells inside the cochlea send a signal to the brain?
An echo occurs when a sound wave makes which directional change
Electromagnetic Waves move fastest through which of the following materials
Which electromagnetic waves have the longest wavelength and lowest frequency
Which color in the visible spectrum has the shortest wavelength?
Which of the following is not one of the main types of electromagnetic waves produced by the sun?
Which color does an object appear when all of the wavelengths in the visible spectrum are reflected by the object and absorbed by the eye
Which color does an object appear when the object absorbs all of the wavelengths in the visible spectrum?
Which electromagnetic wave is closest to the visible spectrum?
Which electromagnetic waves have the highest amount of energy?
Which electromagnetic wave is produced by warm objects?
Which electromagnetic wave is used for communication between cell phones
As wheels of a bike move over a road they must overcome
An apple falls to the ground because
If it takes 25 N to push a car at a constant speed the friction b/w the road and tire is
A hydraulic lift uses force from
A sub rising to the surface from the bottom of the ocean...
a ball rolls off a table and hits the floor the force that caused the ball to hit the floor is
A barometer is used to measure
True or false...Friction slows down moving objects
True or false weight is a forcr
True or false...A lubricant reduces pressure
Which system: testes, ovaries, vagina, penis?
Which system: skin, hair, nails, sweat glands?
Which system: skeletal, smooth, cardiac?
Which system: ureters, urethra, kidneys, bladder?
Which system: liver, stomach, esophagus, small intestine, large intestine?
Which system: white blood cells, thymus, spleen, lymph nodes, lymph vessels?
Which system: veins, arteries, capillaries, blood, heart?
Which system: neurons, brain, spinal cord?
Which system: thryoid, pancreas, ovaries, testes?
Which system: nose, trachea, larynx, pharynx, bronchi, bronchioles, lungs, alveoli?
What were the weaknesses for the south during the civil war?
What were the strengths of the north during the civil war?
What is the emancipation proclamation?
What did the south look like at the end of the civil war?
What does civil war mean?
What was the 13th amendment?
What is the 14th amendment?
What is the 15th amendment?
Who were called carpetbaggers?
Who were called scalawags?
Transformation is defined as...
The purpose of gel electrophoresis is to...
Why do scientists use bacteria to produce human proteins?
The gene for resistance for Ampicillen is inserted into a bacterial cell. That bacteria is most likely to...
To clone an animal, what kind of cells are necessary?
You are a scientist looking at an electrophoresis gel. You notice that one segment of DNA moved farther than another. What can be said about the DNA that did not move as far?
An example of a genetic marker is....
Griffith gave killed deadly bacteria and live nondeadly bacteria to a mouse. The mouse died. This is an example of...
One implication of transformation is....
The analysis of electrophoresis gels could allow scientists to.....
What is a force?
Which is not a force?
You push on a box and are unable to move it. What forces opposes your push?
Air resistance depends on
What force besides gravity acts on a projectile?
Newton's first law of motion is sometimes called the law of
A change in which of the following affects the weight of an object?
Which represents Newton\'s second law?
For every action force there is a
Momentum depends upon
adults have more bones than children
the pivot jooint moves the neck
the joint used most often in your body is the gliding joint
red blood cells are produced in the cartilage
cartilage reduces friction between bones
when one muscle contracts, they both contract
the main function of muscles is to move body parts
a skeletal muscle is involuntary
the smooth muscles are involuntary
the cardiac muscle beats about 70 times per minute
the more melanin, the darker the skin color
the epidermis produces vitamin C
a bruise forms from broken blood vessels under unbroken skin
the sweat glands remove water and sugar from the body
the PNS includes the brain
your olfactory cells help you smell
taste buds respond to chemicals dissolved in water
caffeine is a stimulant
the CNS includes the brain and nreves
the brain is the largest organ in the body
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The meaning of the word Odyssey is ...
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of an epic?
Odysseus is recognized by Eurycleia when she sees what?
A line in a poem that is carried over to the next line is called ......... Ex. long since, in misery he suffers, far from friends
When Odysseus first reveals himself to Telemachus, his son thinks his father is ______.
Penelope agrees to marry the suitors if they complete what task?
Argos was a symbol of which of the following?
Homer often uses descriptive phrases to identify a person. What are these phrases called?
What was the name of the rudest suitor who is killed first?
Who was the 6 headed monster?
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Grouping Organisms based on similar characteristics is:
What are the seven levels of classification of an organism from broadest to most specific?
Which Kingdoms include ONLY Prokaryotes?
How are Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes different from each other?
Which of the following organisms is Eukaryotic, multicellular, and autotrophic?
When the student examined a sample of the organism using a microscope, he saw many cells with cell walls, and no chloroplasts. This organism is most likely a member of what Kingdom?
7. Organism A is eukaryotic, is unicellular, and lacks a cell wall. Organism B is eukaryotic, multicellular, has a cell wall, and contains chloroplasts. In which kingdom should these organisms be classified?
The organisms classified in the same family must be in the same:
Living things are classified as autotrophs or heterotrophs according to
The scientific name for Great Blue Heron is Ardea Herodias. Which clasification group is Ardea?
Barnacles attach themselves to the shell of a scallop. The barnacle gains a place to live and the scallop is not harmed by the presence of the barnacles. What type of symbioses is described above?
Which of the following is an example of a predator prey relationship?
17. Mistletoe takes water and nutrients from the spruce tree that the spruce tree needs for growth. This relationship is an example of
What is an omnivore?
Which of the biomes has the following characteristics: humid, lots of rain, constant warm temperatures, and is close to the equator?
Which of the biomes has the following characteristics: salt water all over the world and temperatures varrying according to depth or location?
Which of the following biomes has the following characteristics: very little rain, evaporates more than it rains; cactus; succulents with thick waxy skin to conserve water
Which of the biomes has the following characteristics: Four seasons that change throughout the year; moderate rainfall; tree lose their leaves; oak trees; dogwoods; deer, squirrels, and birds?
Which of the biomes has the following characteristics: extremely cold all year round, grounds always frozen - permafrost, moss, lichens, caribou, foxes, and very little rainfall
Which of the biomes has the following characteristics: warm temperatures, moderate rainfall year round, very grassy and breezy, grazing mammals, zebras, antelopes, and few shrubs?
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If a cylinder has a density of 1.8 g/cm3 and is placed in water, which has a density of 1.0 g/cm3, will the cylinder float or sink?
If a rubber ducky has a density of 0.4 g/cm3, will it float or sink in water, which has a density of 1.0 g/cm3?
Convert the temperature, 10 C, to Kelvin.
Convert the temperature, -30 C to Kelvin
How many millimeters are in a meter?
How many liters are in a kiloliter?
Convert 1 centimeter to a meter.
What is the SI unit of absolute temperature?
What is the SI unit of energy?
How many significant figures is in 0.0505?
Which amendment gives Americans freedom of speech?
Which amendment gives Americans to right to have limited bail and punishments?
Which amendment gives Americans freedom of religion?
Which amendment gives Americans right to bear arms?
Which amendment gives Americans the right to have a warrant before being searched?
Which amendment gives Americans the right not to quarter soliders?
Which amendment gives Americans rights even when being accused of crimes?
Which amendment gives Americans right to plead the 5th?
Which amendment gives Americans to right to have a jury in civil cases?
Which amendment explains the powers kept by the states?
No longer fresh
the life lesson in a story
to give a price for a job or service
a problem
to stay out of an argument- don't take sides
to refuse to buy or participate as a way of protesting
getting ready for something
a powerful desire for something
a big noisy disturbance
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A ______________ variable changes as a result of the other variable.
A ______________ is an explanation based on many observations and investigations.
Which variable is changed by the experimenter?
________________ represent ideas, events or objects and can be physical or computerized.
What do we call science helping people solve problems?
A ____________ graph is best for showing what happens over time.
unit of mass?
What do we call the amount of matter in an object?
What do we call the amount of space something takes up?
Where on a graph should the independent variable be located?
__________ is how far an object has moved while _________ is how far the object is from its starting point.
A speedometer shows
Cruise control makes possible
Velocity includes speed and
When you slam on your brakes in the car, you experience
When you speed up in the car, you experience
Meters per second per second measures
Changes in _____________ or _____________ cause acceleration.
A _____________ is a push or pull.
Your body resists getting off the couch and your car resists stopping due to
On what date did the Americans and Allied troops storm the beaches of Normandy?
On what site were the British finally defeated to end the Revolutionary War?
Who was the first President to live in the White House?
How many days did the Battle of Gettysburg last?
What US President challenged Mikhail Gorbachev to "Tear Down This Wall," referring to the Berlin Wall in 1987?
The sinking of what US ship earned the support of the American people to get involved in the Spanish-American War with the battlecry
Robert E. Lee surrendered to Ulyssess S. Grant at which of the following locations?
George Washignton surrendered Fort Necessity to the enemey during which of the following wars?
Which US President used "Fireside Chats" to speak to and address the nation?
Americans named Custer's last stand as the Battle of the Little Bighorn. What did the Indians call it?
Which two things affect the acceleration of an object?
_________________ is one of the 4 basic forces and has an acceleration of -9.81 m/s/s.
_________________ is a force that opposes motion between two surfaces touching each other.
Weight is different from mass because weight takes into account
Acceleration toward the center of a curved path is called
_______________ is how much force is needed to change an object's motion and is related to mass and velocity of the object.
The more ____________ that is applied to an object, the more acceleration is has.
Projectiles follow a ___________ path.
Sliding, rolling and static are types of ____________
To every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction is
The energy of motion is called
The chemical energy of food is measured in
Energy is measured in
Elastic, gravitational and chemical are all types of
Energy is the ability to cause
_______________ energy is stored in a motionless object.
Energy may change from one form to another but cannot be created or destroyed. This is the
Fusion and fission are two type of ____________ energy in which mass and energy can be converted.
Gas, food and matches all have
Kinetic and potential energy are types of
For work to occur, an object must
Which of these is the amount of work done in a certain amount of time?
_____________ increase applied force and/or change direction of force to make work easier.
Power is measured in ____________.
_________ is the number of times a machine multiplies the effort force.
Levers, pulley, screws, and inclined planes are all
A machine that does work with only one movement is a
____________ is a measure of how much of the work put into a machine is changed into useful output work by the machine.
______________ is force X distance.
In machines, some energy is changed to heat due to
A wave is a repeating disturbance or movement that transfers
The material through which a wave travels is a
Water waves are examples of
Sound waves are examples of
_______________ waves have crests and troughs.
________________ is how many wavelengths pass a fixed point each second.
________________ is the measure of energy in a wave.
___________ occurs when a wave strikes an object and bounces off of it.
The bending of a wave cause by a change in its speed as it moves from one medium to another is
_________________ interference is when waves combine and subtract from each other.
____________ materials do not let light through. They only absorb and reflect.
The angle at which light strikes a surface is ___________ the angle at which it is reflected.
The index of _________ indicates how much a material reduces the speed of light as it passes through.
____ separate white light into the visible spectrum.
Colors are determined by the ________ of light an object reflects.
_______ objects reflect all colors of visible light.
________ objects absorb rather than reflect all colors of visible light.
Cones and in our eyes help distinguish ________.
Which of these are the primary colors of light?
Primary colors combine to form
All matter is made of small particles which are in constant random _________ and ________ with each other.
_________ is the average kinetic energy of a substance (how much the particles inside it are moving)
The particles of a _____________ are most closely packed together.
Liquids have a _________ shape and a _________ volume.
Particles spreading evenly throught a container is
Most substances experience ____________, where the substance gets increases in size due to heat.
Some solids, ________ solids, lack the tightly ordered structure found in other solids.
_________ are considered fluids.
The ability of a fluid to to exert an upward force on an object immersed in it is _________
________ is a liquid's resistance to flow.
Carbon dioxide is a
Lead is a
A solution is also called a
Ductility, viscosity, color and magnetism are all
Flammability, light sensitivity and reactivity are all
Which is a chemical change?
Which is a physical change?
Temperature change, bubble formation, smell are all possible indicators of
Chemical weathering involves
The ______ of the substances present before the chemical change is equal to that of the substances present after the chemical change.
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Why does Ulrich stray from his foresters?
Georg's elaborate description of the two men's new life as friends might be regarded as ironic because...
What causes Ulrich to utter a cry of joy?
How do Ulrich and Georg's feelings toward each other change during the story?
Why is the ending of the story surprising?
Who are the interlopers in the end?
What word best describes the tone at the end?
Which word describes the steep, sheet woodlands?
Which word describes the long problem that existed between the families?
1. What is the range of the Data Set?
2. What percent of freshmen check Facebook between 6 and 14 times?
3. Find the mean, median, mode of the data set. Round to the nearest tenth.
4. Test the minimum and maximum values to see if they are outliers.
5. Using the box plot above, identify the range and interquartile range (IQR)
6. Given the histogram above, how many states were admitted to the Union prior to 1841?
7. Use the information from the histogram above to determine the percent of states that entered the Union between 1901 and 1960.
8. Solve the following literal equation for t: I=prt
9. Solve for z.
10. Solve for x
11. Solve for n
12. Solve the following inequality and graph its solution.
13. Which value of n is in the solution set of the inequality?
14. Write the inequality that demonstrates the score Maria needs on her next test so that she can earn a B for the semester.
15. What is the total amount you are going to spend?
16. What is the principle amount with which you opened the account rounded to the nearest dollar?
17. Find the measure of angle FMN.
18. Find the length of JK
19. Which pair of angles is a set of alternate exterior angles?
20. Which pair of angles is a set of corresponding angles?
The name of the structure that is made up of filaments that form the body of a fungus.
Which of the following is not true of fungi.
Fungi that get their nutrition from dead organisms are classified as
What is the club-shaped structure that produces spores for a club fungi called?
This club fungi is found growing on trees or rotting logs in groups of horizontal rows and they do not have gills.
Named for the color of the spores they leave on hosts, this club fungi needs two hosts to complete its life cycle.
Which of the following environmental factors does a bread mold NOT need to grow?
Potato blight caused the potato famine in Ireland, causing the death of about 1 million people. Which type of fungi is it?
Which of the following is NOT a sac fungi?
Which of the following is a symbiotic relationship of a fungus and an algae?
What is the route in which enslaved Africans were shipped?
What is the economic theory that states a country can maintain wealth by controlling trade?
What is business with little government intrusion?
What is the religious movement in the colonies started by Jonathan Edwards?
What was the first permanent English settlement?
Which of the following describes the New England Colonies?
Which of the following describes the New England Colonies?
Which of the following describes the Middle Colonies?
Which of the following describes the Middle Colonies?
Which of the following describes the Southern colonies?
Which branch of the government enforces the laws?
Which branch of the government makes the laws?
Which branch of the government interprets the laws?
What was the 1st battle of the American Revolution?
What was the last battle of the American Revolution?
Who wrote Common Sense?
Who wrote the Declaration of Independence?
Which of the following happened in 1764?
The force of gravity between Earth and an object.
A form of matter that does not take up a definite amount of space and has no definite shape.
A form of matter that takes up a definite amount of space and has no definite shape.
a form of matter that has a definite shape and takes up a definite amount of space.
One of the three forms that matter can take — solid, liquid, or gas.
: A characteristic of matter that can be observed, such as mass, volume, weight, or density
amount of matter in an object
Anything that has mass and takes up space.
the ability to do work
A measure of how tightly packed the matter in an object is.
What is a piece of writing made up of paragraphs?
What is the first paragraph called where the topic and main idea is given.
How many body paragraphs should you have in an essay?
What does NOT belong in a body paragraph?
Which part of a composition includes a short summary of ideas and the writer's final thoughts?
Which of these is not true about a thesis statement?
Which type of note taking is where you put all the ideas into your own words?
Which type of note taking is where you shorten the text and restate the big ideas in your own words?
Which type of note should you use the most often?
Which kind of note taking requires you to cite, or tell where you found the information?
What is NOT included in a citation?
Which is NOT something important to check for when looking for credible sources?
Which is NOT a type of hook?
What is the very last sentence of your entire essay called?
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Humidity is
We measure humidity in
If the relative humidity is high, there must be
When the air has reached its dew point,
If the dew point is 29 degrees, and the temperature is 29 degrees, you will see
Tornadoes are made in
Tornadoes and Hurricanes are both
Tornadoes and Hurricanes both have
The F scale is named after
An F 2 Tornado is
If both the dry bulb and the wet bulb temperature are 70 degrees,
If both the dry bulb and the wet bulb temperature are 70 degrees,
If both the dry bulb and the wet bulb temperatures are 70 degrees,
If for every one water molecule that evaporates, another condensates, the relative humidity is
Thunderstorms happen because of
What would you expect if the clouds and ground are in a neutral state?
Lightening only occurs when
What were you comparing between the dry and wet thermometers?
How did the tornado vacuum tube work?
Tornadoes have a strange relationship with
The elated children jumped up and down on dad's lap.
When you are really good at it you are a capable reader.
She was a novice, She is new to this.
Don't belittle me you should praise my efforts.
Because hyperactive children are easily. distracted, teachers should provide a calm atmosphere.
Loquacious children should be taught to speak only when spoken to.
The ghastly face of the dead man floated up from the bottom of the pool and scared us all
The generous man handed out 20 dollar bills to the homeless at Christmas time.
The boy always minded his mother and father's rules, and they loved their obedient child
The smells coming from the kitchen enticed the neighbors to come over and see what was baking in our oven
What is a small nation made up of a city and the farm land that surrounds it?
What is a highly developed culture?
What is a form of writing made up of hundreds of markings shaped liked wedges?
Most ancient Egyptians lived near the river and this fan-shaped fertile area.
The earliest known civilizations were these two.
The Phonicians were located in this country.
An Egyptian ruler was called this
This is the area where the earliest city-states arose
This is a government controlled by religious leaders
This is a step-like tower with long stairways on the sides leading to a temple at the top.
more followers than any other religion
oldest religion of those listed below
The Torah states that God made this agreement with Abraham
The Quran presents these five obligations that all Muslims must fulfill
a journey to Makkah to pray
King David created a kingdom in what is now this country
last and greatest prophet of Islam
Muslim holy book
holy book of Judaism
holiest day in Judaism
Which accounting concept states that the same accounting procedures are followed in the same way in each accounting period?
Which concept states that revenue from business activities and expenses associated with earning that revenue are recorded in the same accounting period?
Which concept states that changes in financial information are reported for a specific period of time in the form of financial statements.
Which concept states that a source document is prepared for each transaction?
Which concept states that business transactions are stated in numbers that have common values?
Which concept states that financial information is recorded and reported separately from the owner's personal financial information?
Which concept states that revenue is recorded at the time goods or services are sold?
Which concept states that financial statements contain all information necessary to understand a business's financial condition?
Which concept states that financial statements are prepared with the expectation that a business will remain in operation indefinitely?
Which concept states that the actual amount paid for merchandise or other items bought is recorded?
Structures that have no known function in the body are...
Scientists who study fossils are...
Which of the following is NOT a type of sedimentary rock?
What is the method of dating that used the layers of rock to estimate the age of a fossil?
Scientists use fossils to determine all of the following except...
Which of the following is NOT a kind of fossil?
One of the most commonly found fossils is
Who first proposed the theory of evolution?
One of the richest fossils deposits in the world is found in
Approximately how old is the Earth?
To search
Evil nature
privileged group
showing a strong dislike
thin and strong
revengeful
throbbing
having rainbow colors
impulsive
motionless
A smooth and nearly flat regiong of the ocean floor is the:
A mountain on the ocean floor that is completely underwater is known as a
Waves are caused by this:
Tides are caused by this:
The main salt in ocean water is:
How many times a day do coastlines experience high tides?
How many low tides occur at the same place during one day
When the sun, moon, and earth are aligned (straight line) this produces higher high tides and lower low tides. These are called:
When the sun, moon, and earth are at right angles to one another and there is the least amount of difference between high and low tide... these are:
Which correctly shows the oceans listed from smallest to largest:
What is a group of organisms that share similar characteristics and can reproduce?
What is change in inherited characteristics over time?
What does the Theory of Acquired Characteristics state?
Who proposed the Theory of Acquired Characteristics?
Where did Darwin make many of his observations?
What is the idea that organisms with traits best suited to their environment are more likely to survive and reproduce?
What is an inherited trait that make an individual different from other members of its species?
What is a helpful variation called?
What model of evolution hypothesizes that evolution occurred slowly, over millions of years?
What model of evolution hypothesizes that evolution may have occurred quickly?
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How does centripetal force work?
Why is the pendulum an important part of a accurate clock?
The scientific name of the loblolly pine is Pinus taeda. Pinus is this tree’s
Many common infectious agents belong to which domain?
This mushroom is a multicellular decomposer; its cells have nuclei. Which kingdom does it belong?
Multicellular, heterotrophic, eukaryotes without cell walls belong to which kingdom?
Bacteria that adapted to extreme environments belong to which domain?
Organisms that can produce their own food from the substances available in their surroundings using light or chemical energy.
Organisms that rely on other organisms for food.
Which taxonomic level comes after kingdom when going in order from broadest to most specific?
Which of the following kingdoms include organisms that have membrane bound nuclei?
Which of the following is not used for classifying organisms into separate kingdoms?
All nonflowering plants that produce seeds not covered by the walles of an ovary.
Ovulate cones are ___________ in size compared to staminate cones.
Which groups includes pines, spruces, firs, cedars, and redwoods?
What are unusual gymnosperms that resemble palm trees?
Whats oriental gymnosperm is characterized by two-lobed, fan-shaped leaves?
Pollen producing cones produced by conifers are called _______ cones.
Which of the following are designed to survive harsh climates?
Which of the following trees in known as one of the tallest trees in the world?
Cones produced by conifers that contain the cells to be fertilized by pollen are called ____ cones.
Which of the following are nonvascular plants?
Underneath
Inside of
Beside
In between
In front of
On top of
Behind
Outside of
To the right of
To the left of
Leaves grown from stems of a fern from growing roots.
Which of the following statements best describes alternation of generations?
Which stage of the life cycle of the fern is the sexual reproduction stage?
In the life cycle of a fern, what happens right after a spore develops into a prothallus (gametophyte)?
Which of the following is also known as ground pine because they look like mini pine trees?
Which of the following is also known as scouring rushes because the silica found in its cells can polish metal.
What are the hairlike structures that allow mosses to attach to its surroundings or soil.
What is the scientific name botanist use to refer to mosses and liverworts?
Accumulation of decayed plant materials in swamps and marshes are also called _________ bogs.
What type of reproduction does moss use?
Name the part of the plant that absorbs water and nutrients from the soil.
Name the part of the plant that makes food for the plant.
Name the part of the plant that contains seeds
Name the part of the plant that transports water and food through the plant.
What is the coloring that makes a plant green called?
What is the process that plants use to make food?
What do plants take energy from in order to make food?
What do plants need to make food?
What part of a plant's leaves open and close to take carbon dioxide into the plant and let oxygen out?
What do plants produce during photosynthesis?
What is the food that a plant makes?
Why do people and animals eat plants. (Choose the BEST answer)
Which is a plant whose stems we can eat?
Which plant do we eat the leaves of?
What is the standard metric unit for measuring length and distance?
What is a Professional?
A ___________ degree is a 4 year program.
A ____________ degree is a 6 + year program
A ___________ degree is a 2 year program
What are 2 suggestions for a Health care professional’s appearance and hygiene?
Therapeutic services _________________________________.
Informative services ________________________________.
Environmental Health and Medicine careers______________________________.
Diagnostic Services ________________________________________.
Which is not a recommendation for body language?
This is the largest group of algae
This group of algae contain diatoms
this group of algae includes algae that are the sources of carrageenan and agar.
This type of algae includes kelp, rock woods and gulfweeds
This type of algae has 2 flagella and is known for for blooms in the ocean known as the red tide.
This organism is a green algae that is a single cell with a middle dividing into identical semi-cells with a nucleus in between.
This unicellular green algae lives in colonies inside colonies of thousands.
Cyanobacteria belongs to which group of algae (although it is now classified as a bacteria)?
Which type of brown algae is the largest?
What algae is the most abundant life form besides bacteria?
What is the name of the only natural lake in Texas?
Where is the Caddo located?
What region do we live in?
What is the deepest canyon in Texas?
What is supplying water to land by artificial means?
What are artificial lakes that store water and are often used as a source of drinking water?
What is a natural formation of underground gravel, rock, or sand that trap and hold water?
What cultural region were the Karnakawa from?
What cultural region were the Atakapa from?
What cultural region were the Kiowa from?
What is a Nomad?
Which tribe farmed?
Which tribe Hunted and Gathered?
What was the Journey of Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca?
Who lead the Gutierrez Magee Expedition?
Who was Moses Austin?
Who was Baron de Bastrop?
What is a pull factor?
What did settlers first look for in land when they came to to Texas
What effect did the French arrival in Texas have on the Spanish
The main lesson of The Interlopers concerns the...
What is Ulrich's state of mind at the beginning of the story?
Why does Ulrich go into the woods?
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Which of the following is NOT a fossil?
What is it called when an organism blends into its environment?
What is used to estimate a fossil's age from a sedimentary rock?
What is the study of the development of embryos of organisms?
What is used to tell the age of a fossil based on the amount of radioactive element left in the fossil?
What are body parts that are reduced in size with no apparent function called?
What are body parts that are similar in origin and structure?
Homologous structures indicate that two or more species might have what?
Which of the following is NOT a reason that a fossil record may be incomplete?
How is camouflage an adaptation?
Which system regulates and controls growth, development, and metabolism?
The levels of organization in the body include
A group of similar cells that perform a single function is called a(an)
The process by which organ systems maintain relatively constant internal conditions is called
Which system coordinates the response of the body to changes in its internal and external environment?
What is the smallest structural and functional unit of the nervous system?
Which of the following provides support for the body, attachment sites for muscles, and protection for internal organs?
Which of the following is NOT a function of bones in the human skeletal system?
Where is cardiac muscle located?
The main function of the skull is to
What tough connective tissues join skeletal muscles to bones?
The most important function of the skin is
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