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Type of wave when the particles of the medium vibrate parallel with the energy
Which form of energy must have a medium to travel through?
When waves bounce back off of a surface or barrier they are
The distance between two points found in succession on the wave is called the
The number of waves that pass a point in one second is called the
Which property of a wave is determined by the medium?
If the period of a wave is 0.5 s and its velocity is 2 m/s, what is its wavelength?
Two pulses are heading toward each other, one is a 2m crest and the other is a 3m trough.When they meet they will become
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A huge body of air that has similar temperature, humidity, and air pressure at a given height.
The average temperature and precipitation in a given area over a long period of time.
The climate of the centers of the continents, with cold winters and warm or hot summers.
The boundary where unlike air masses meet but do not mix.
Bands of high-speed winds about 10 km above the surface that carry air masses.
The flow of air from land to a body of water.
The continual movement of water around Earth.
The horizonal movement of air from an area of high pressure to an area of low pressure.
Where a cold and warm front meet but neither one can move.
When a warm air mass is caught between two cold air masses.
What type of front is where a cold air mass and warm air mass meet and neither moves?
What type of front is most associated with violent thunderstorms?
After a cold front passes through an area, what happens to the temperature.
What type of weather is most associated with an occluded front?
What type of weather is most associated with a warm front?
Which type of air mass is most associated with wet and warm weather?
What type of air mass is most associated with dry and cool weather?
What type of air mass is most associated with wet and cool weather?
What type of weather is most associated with dry and warm weather?
In the US, our prevailing winds usually push air masses from
Which treaty established the EEC?
Which treaty was signed on April 18, 1965?
How many pillars comprised the European Union
What plan did the OEEC manage?
Which treaty was signed on March 25, 1957?
What was the currency of the EEC (a part of the EMS) ?
Which country applied after the restoration of it's democracy?
Who became president of the EEC in 1967?
According to Charles de Gaulle, which country was a U.S. 'Trojan Horse'?
What did the EURATOM do with surplus energy?
Which amendment authorizes Congress to tax personal and business incomes?
Increased government spending will result in...?
What happens when the government lowers taxes?
When taxes increase, what happens to spending by consumers and businesses?
Higher taxes are usually a result of...
What happens when the government decreases spending?
Increased government borrowing causes...
When the government decreases borrowing, what is most likely to happen?
The 16th Amendment allows Congress to tax..
Decreased government spending can cause...
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Who was First man
First woman
first son
where did they live
can this be over
Who is the narrator of the novel?
What is the name of the two social classes in the novel?
Which of the following people is not a Greaser?
What are the names of the girls that Pony, Johnny, and Dally met at the drive-in?
How does Darry feel about Pony from Pony's point of view?
How did the Curtis' parents die?
What happened after Pony came home past his curfew?
What do the Greasers think is the difference between the words tough and tuff?
What happened that made Johnny so jumpy?
True or False: Ponyboy and Sodapop are nicknames?
Mickey Mouse was mean. He liked to kick the other horses. I have an ornery pony. What does ornery mean in the sentence?
I heard a muttered curse and got slugged again. What part of the speech is the word muttered?
Dally came back with an armful of cokes, and he gave one to Cherry. She gave him an incredulous look, and threw her coke in his face. What does incredulous mean in the sentence?
Johnny told Dally to leave Cherry alone. Dally scowled and stormed off. What part of speech is scowled in the sentence?
After the movie the girls didn't have a way home. Two-Bit gallantly offered them a ride home. What does gallantly mean in the sentence?
Who is the youngest member of the Greasers?
What type of weapon did Bob use when the Socs jumped Johnny?
In which grade is Sodapop?
In which state do the Greasers and Socials live?
What do Pony and Cherry both say they like to do?
In the South, the passage of Jim Crow laws in the 1870s and 1880s led directly to the
Many Southern States tried to limit the effects of Radical Reconstruction by
Slavery throughout the United States was permanently abolished by the
nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.'' The purpose of the 14th amendment was to -
Laws that established literacy tests, poll taxes, and grandfather clauses were passed by Southern states to
13 - abolished slaver, 14 - defined citizens, states owe citizens due process, 15 - ?
Which piece of legislation passed by the Radical Reconstruction Congress has had the most extensive influence on the due process rights and equal protection of U.S. citizens?
''Created in 1865, the Freedmen’s Bureau aided African Americans by providing food and medical care, helping with resettlement, ensuring justice '' -What best explains the reason why the Freedmen’s Bureau was established?
Legislation of the Radical Reconstruction Congress • Civil Rights Act of 1866 • Reconstruction Act of 1867 • Habeas Corpus Act of 1867 • Fourteenth Amendment What was the main purpose of this legislation?
Reconstruction Act of 1867 • new state constitutions had to provide for universal male suffrage • new constitutions had to be approved by a majority of registered voters • states had to ratify the 14th Amendment What's the purpose of these rules?
The year is 1865 and the 13th Amendment has just been passed. Which of the following is now true?
After the passage of the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments, African Americans continued to experience political and economic oppression mainly because
A good experiment has ____ independent variable(s).
The variable the scientist is manipulating during and experiment is the _________ variable in an experiment.
Variables that are kept constand during an experimental trial are called ___________ variables.
Students of different ages were given the same jigsaw puzzle to put together. They were timed to see how long it took to finish the puzzle. What is the IV?
The higher the temperature of water, the faster an egg will boil. What would be the controlled variable(s) in this experiment?
The temperature of water was measured at different depths of a pond. What is the DV in this experiment?
An investigation was done with an electromagnetic system made from a battery and wire wrapped around a nail. Different sizes of nails were used. The number of paper clips the electromagnet could pick up was measured. What is the IV?
The dependent variable is the variable that is being _____________ in an experiment.
An investigation was done with an electromagnetic system made from a battery and wire wrapped around a nail. Different sizes of nails were used. The number of paper clips the electromagnet could pick up was measured. What is theDV?
The temperature of water was measured at different depths of a pond. What is the IV in this experiment?
A student wanted to test what milk kittens like. She sat out skim milk in the same place on the same day for 5 kittens and measured how much they drank. What did she do wrong?
An experiment for a new asthm a med was set up. Group one was given the new drug for asthma, while group 2 was given a sugar pill. The sugar pill serves as the _____.
What happens to the dependent variable in a controlled experiment?
A student wants to conduct an experiment to find out how pulse rates changes as the length of time spent exercising increases. The dependent variable will be
In an experiment studying how increasing amounts of acid rain affect pond w a ter, which of the following would be the dependent variable?
A well controlled experiment should be __________. Meaning that other scientists should get the same results.
A student who is learning at a high level and has a profound grasp of what they learn are
A student who learns very little or nothing from the task or activity assigned
Students are more likely to be engaged when information is arranged in clear ways and important to them
Teachers are
Technology in the classroom should
Technology in the classroom should
Teachers are
A student who learns very little or nothing from the task or activity assigned
Students are more likely to be engaged when information is arranged in clear ways and important to them
A student who is learning at a high level and has a profound grasp of what they learn are
Can you spell book?
How does she go from A to B ?
Where are they going ?
The clear difference is that digraphs are letters and diphthongs are sounds. The morphemes (meaningful word parts) in each word help us remember their meanings. Both words are derived from Greek. The first morpheme di in both words means “two.” The m
The clear difference is that digraphs are letters and diphthongs are sounds. The morphemes (meaningful word parts) in each word help us remember their meanings. Both words are derived from Greek. The first morpheme di in both words means “two.” The m
What's your favourite colour ?
How many centimetres are in a kilometre ?
How many millilitres are in a litre ?
How many kilo are in a tonne ?
How many spoons in a cup ?
Capital of Spain
San Jose is the capital of ...
What body of water is not near Spain
Which country is not in Suramerica?
Which country is an island?
Santo Domingo is the capital of ...
La Ciudad de Guatemala is the capital of ...
Montevideo is the capital of ...
Which country has two capitals?
How many countries in America Central do not speak Spanish?
Mulligan Stew
memento
Polite
brain
queen
travel
summer
knight
sunshine
always
What does psychology mean?
What does OLOGY mean?
Which of the following psychologists created the first laboratory studying humans?
Who created the idea of the unconscious?
Who conducted studies on Little Albert?
Who helped to create the psychological field of humanism?
What does psyche mean?
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EL SISTEMA NERVIOSO CENTRAL ESTÁ FORMADO POR
EL SISTEMA NERVIOSO CENTRAL ESTÁ PROTEGIDO POR
LAS MENINGES SON
LAS MENINGES DE DENTRO HACIA AFUERA SON
ENTRE LAS MENINGES SE ENCUENTRA
LÍQUIDO CEFALORRAQUÍDEO SIRVE PARA
SISTEMA NERVIOSO CENTRAL TIENE 2 ZONAS DE DISTINTO ASPECTO
SUSTANCIA GRIS FORMADA POR
SUSTANCIA BLANCA FORMADA POR
LAS MENINGES ESTÁN EN
LA MEMBRANA INTERNA DE LAS MENINGES SE LLAMA
LA MEMBRANA EXTERNA DE LAS MENINGES SE LLAMA
LA MEMBRANA CENTRAL DE LAS MENINGES SE LLAMA
LA MÉDULA ES UN CORDÓN NERVIOSO QUE RECORRE EL
LA SUSTANCIA GRIS ESTÁ EN
TIENE FORMA DE MARIPOSA
LA SUSTANCIA BLANCA ESTÁ EN
EN EL INTERIOR DE LA SUSTANCIA GRIS ESTÁ
EL EPÉNDIMO ES UN PEQUEÑO CONDUCTO QUE RECORRE
EL EPÉNDIMO CONTIENE
DE LA MÉDULA PARTEN NERVIOS HACIA
FUNCIONES DE LA MÉDULA
FUNCIONES DE LA MÉDULA
QUÉ SON LOS ACTOS REFLEJOS
EN LOS ACTOS REFLEJOS HAY CONEXIÓN DE
EN LOS ACTOS REFLEJOS EL CEREBRO RECIBE INFORMACIÓN Y
EL ENCÉFALO ES LA PARTE DEL SISTEMA NERVIOSO CENTRAL ALOJADA
PARTES DEL ENCÉFALO
EL BULBO RAQUÍDEO ES LA PROLONGACIÓN DE
EN EL BULBO RAQUÍDEO EXISTEN ZONAS DE
LAS VÍAS NERVIOSAS ASCENDENTES PROCEDENTES DE LA MÉDULA Y LAS DESCENDENTES QUE LLEGAN DEL CEREBRO SE ENTRECRUZAN EN
LA MITAD CEREBRAL DERECHA RECIBE INFORMACIÓN
LA MITAD CEREBRAL IZQUIERDA RECIBE INFORMACIÓN DE
LA MOVILIDAD DE UN LADO DEL CUERPO ES PROVOCADA POR
EL BULBO RAQUÍDEO TAMBIÉN FORMA PARTE DEL SIST. AUTÓNOMO SE ENCARGA DE
EL LATIDO DEL CORAZÓN ES CONTROLADO POR
LA PRESIÓN SANGUÍNEA ES CONTROLADA POR
LA VENTILACIÓN PULMONAR ES CONTROLADA POR
TRONCO CEREBRAL ENGLOBA VARIAS PARTES DEL
EL ENCÉFALO REGULA
LOS REFLEJOS VISUALES Y AUDITIVOS LOS CONTROLA
COMUNICACIÓN ENTRE CEREBRO Y OTRAS PARTES DEL ENCÉFALO LOS CONTROLA
SELECCIÓN DE ESTÍMULOS QUE PASAN AL CEREBRO LOS CONTROLA
EL HIPOTÁLAMO ES UNA PARTE DEL
LA HIPÓFISIS ESTÁ CONECTADA CON
EL HIPOTÁLAMO CONTROLA
LA HIPÓFISIS ES UNA GLÁNDULA ENDOCRINA QUE SEGREGA
EL CEREBELO SE ENCUENTRA EN
EL CEREBELO TIENE
EL CEREBELO ESTÁ FORMADO POR
When waves hit a boundary and reflect the angle of the incoming waves are called
When a standing wave is produced, the part of the wave not moving is called the
When waves meet an open slit, some of the waves will do what as they pass through the slit
If a wave meets a boundary and continues into a more dense medium its path will bend
Waves traveling in the same medium will have the same speed, but if they have a short wavelength they will have what kind of frequency?
When two waves on the same medium are traveling in opposite directions, when they meet they will follow what law?
The unit of the period of a wave is
If the speed of a wave is 0.3 m/s and its frequency is 1 Hertz, what is its wavelength?
Waves that have more energy will have larger
A wave has a frequency of 456 hertz. If it has a wavelength of 0.005m what is its velocity?
More than one calf
More than one half
More than one shelf
More than one wolf
More than one life
More than one leaf
A car drives on this
The opposite of old
The balloon floated up to the
I do not want any of the two choices
A goal of the Federal Reserve System is to...?
The central bank of the United States that acts as the federal government’s bank is the...?
One goal of the Federal Reserve is to...?
Inflation is...
Deposits are...
The American Government issues money to...?
Federal Reserve Notes are also known as...?
Which of the following are NOT types of money used the U.S.?
The definition of money is...?
The U.S. currency is created by the...?
Consumers who feel their consumer rights have been violated have the right to...?
In the U.S., government agencies protect consumers by...?
The right of private ownership is protected by...?
Violations means to...
What are consumer rights?
What is the definition of private ownership?
The FDA, NHTSA, and the CPSC are examples of...?
Private property is protected by...?
What can a consumer do when their rights have been violated?
What is an agreement between two or more people called?
ÁRBOL DE LA VIDA ES EL NOMBRE DE
EL ÓRGANO QUE RECIBE LA INFORMACIÓN RELATIVA AL EQUILIBRIO QUE ENVÍA EL OÍDO ES
COORDINA LAS ÓRDENES MOTORAS ENVIADAS POR EL CEREBRO PARA QUE LOS MOVIMIENTOS SEAN PRECISOS
REGULA LA ACTIVIDAD DE LOS MÚSCULOS QUE INTERVIENEN EN EL MANTENIMIENTO DEL EQUILIBRIO
LA PARTE MÁS GRANDE DEL ENCÉFALO Y ÓRGANO NERVIOSO MÁS IMPORTANTE
EL CEREBRO PESA
EL CEREBRO ESTÁ COMPUESTO POR
LA CORTEZA CEREBRAL ESTÁ FORMADA POR
LA CONDUCTA APRENDIDA Y MOVIMIENTOS VOLUNTARIOS DEPENDEN DE
CORTEZA CEREBRAL DE PERSONAS ES MAYOR QUE LA DE OTROS ORGANISMOS TIENE
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Which event occurred in April 1861?
Which of the following groups benefited the most from the Homestead Act of 1862?
After the tenuous Union victory at ___________, Lincoln decided that the political tides had shifted enough to warrant an Emancipation Proclamation.
Lincoln's strategy for the Civil War was to do all the following EXCEPT
During the Civil War, the Confederacy won all the following battles EXCEPT
The New York City draft riots were primarily a protest against
When the Civil War began, the Confederacy expected
Robert E. Lee surrendered the Army of Northern Virginia to Ulysses S. Grant at
Which one of the following states did NOT secede from the Union after the firing on Ft. Sumter?
Which of the following was NOT a Union general?
Low pressure systems are associated with
An air temperature of 95C most often exists in which layer of the atmosphere?
What are the two most abundant elements by mass found in Earth's crust?
The best evidence that the Earth has a spherical shape would be provided by
How are latitude and longitude lines drawn on a globe of the Eart h ?
Ozone is concentrated in Earth's atmosphere at an altitude of 20 to 35 kilometers . W hich atmos pheric layer contains the greatest concentration of ozone?
A t which location will the highest altitude of the star Polaris be observed?
Based on observations made in the Northern Hemisphere, which statement is the best supporting evidence that the Earth rotates on its axis?
New York State has several more hours of daylight in summer than in winter. Which statement helps explain this observation?
Which statement best describes the geocentric model of our solar system?
The planets known as gas giants include Jupiter, Uranus, and
The Moon has more surface craters than Earth does because the Moon has
Which member of the solar system has a diameter of 3.48 x 10^3 kilometers?
The surface of Venus is much hotter than would be expected, considering its distance from the Sun. Which statement best explains this condition?
Which factor has the least effect on the weathering of a rock?
As the gradient of a stream increases, the stream's ability to carry sedimen
Which change in the climate of New York State would most likely cause the greatest increase in chemical weathering of local b
What is the slowest stream velocity necessary for a stream to carry the smallest boulders? Refer to the Earth Science Reference Tables.
Which change would cause the topsoil in New York State to increase in thickness?
As warm, moist air moves into a region, barometric pressure readings in the region will generally
Living corals are found in warm shallow seas. Coral fossils have been found in the sedimentary rocks of Alaska. These findings suggest that
Which feature in a rock layer is older than the rock layer?
Which two forms of life existed together on the Earth during the same time period? Refer to the Earth Science Reference Tables.
An unconformity between two sedimentary layers is most likely produced by
The primary cause of convection currents in the Earth's mantle is believed to be the
Which is suggested by the occurrence of higher than average temperature below the surface of the Earth in the area of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge?
The grouping of rocks as igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic is based primarily upon differences i
According to the Earth Science Reference Tables , which sedimentary rock is composed of fragmented skeletons and shells of sea organisms compacted and cemented together?
Extremely small crystal grains in an igneous rock are an indication that the crystals formed
An area of gentle slopes and rounded mountaintops is most likely due to
Approximately how long does an earthquake P-wave take to travel the first 6500 kilometers after the earthquake occurs?
What is the deepest part of the ocean that is formed when an oceanic plate subducts under a continental plate?
Which member of the solar system most strongly affects Earth's ocean tides?
A material's resistance to flow is called
If the spectral lines produced by the light from a distant galaxy are
Which noun is a proper noun?
Which noun is a common noun?
Which noun is a common noun?
Which noun is a proper noun?
Which noun is a proper noun?
Which noun is a common noun?
Which noun is a proper noun?
Which noun is a common noun?
Which noun is a common noun?
Which noun is a proper noun?
In 1862, the Homestead Act and the Pacific Railway Act were passed primarily to
Early in his Presidency, Abraham Lincoln declared that his primary goal as President was to
Which statement best explains President Abraham Lincoln’s justification for the Civil War?
Which argument did President Abraham Lincoln use against the secession of the Southern States?
• Must be an adult citizen • Must be head of a family • Pay application fee • Maintain residence continuously for five years OR pay $1.25 per acre and maintain residence for six months -What did meeting these requirements allow applicants to do
Which of the following groups benefited the most from the Homestead Act of 1862?
Created in 1865, the Freedmen’s Bureau aided African Americans by providing food and medical care, helping with resettlement, ensuring justice with contracts and in courts, managing abandoned and confiscated property... Why was it created?
'all persons held as slaves within any state or designated part of a state, the people whereof shall then be in rebellion against the United States, shall be then, thenceforward, and forever free'' -Why do some criticize the Emancipation Proclamation
What occurred in April 1865?
''Although important strides were made, Reconstruction failed to provide lasting guarantees of the civil rights of the freedmen.” Which evidence best supports this statement
he told me to give a reasonable interpretation and tell the meaning of the section I had copied. Well, I flunked out. The main intent of the literacy test described in the passage was to
The Jim Crow laws of the post-Civil War Era were attempts by
The label Solid South was applied to the former Confederate States after Reconstruction because they
The 14th amendment provides that no state shall deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws. A direct result of this amendment was
After the passage of the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments, African Americans continued to experience political and economic oppression mainly because
The dispute between President Andrew Johnson and Congress during the Reconstruction Era illustrates the constitutional principle of
Poll taxes and grandfather clauses were devices used to
In their plans for Reconstruction, both President Abraham Lincoln and President Andrew Johnson sought to
The poll tax, the literacy test, and the actions of the Ku Klux Klan were all attempts to limit the effectiveness of
A major reason the Radical Republicans opposed President Abraham Lincoln’s Reconstruction plan was that his plan
How were many African Americans in the South affected after Reconstruction ended in 1877?
The provision of the Radical Republicans’ plan for Reconstruction that Southern States found most objectionable was that a former Confederate State could not be readmitted to the Union unless that State
After the passage of the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments, African Americans continued to experience political and economic oppression mainly because
Southern states attempted to limit the impact of constitutional amendments passed during the Reconstruction Era by
“No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges . . . of citizens . . . nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law. . . .” The major purpose of the 14th amendment was to
The Jim Crow laws, upheld by the Supreme Court in Plessy v. Ferguson (1896), provided for
Which statement most accurately describes President Abraham Lincoln’s plan for Reconstruction after the Civil War?
Which newspaper headline would have appeared during the Reconstruction Period after the Civil War?
During Reconstruction, the Black Codes passed by Southern states were attempts to a) provide land to former slaves
Following Reconstruction, the term New South was most often used to describe
The 14th and 15th Amendments, passed during Reconstruction, resulted in
The underlying reason for the impeachment of President Andrew Johnson was
The Jim Crow legal system, which expanded in the South after Plessy v. Ferguson (1896), was based on the Supreme Court’s interpretation of the
What effect did the system of sharecropping have on the South after the Civil War?
Following the Civil War, many Southern states enacted Black Codes to
What was a major result of the Civil War?
The institution of slavery was formally abolished in the United States by the
In the ten years following the Civil War, a large numbers of former slaves earned a living by becoming
During the late 1800s, Southern voters solidly supported the Democratic Party primarily because Democrats
Constitutional amendments adopted during Reconstruction were intended to
How many books are in the Bible?
What are the divisions of the New Testament?
How many books are in the NT
How many books are in the OT
# Divisions in Bible
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Which planet has the most extreme temperature variations?
Whi9ch planet looks brightest in the sky?
Mercury is most similar to:
Which planet is most similar to Earth in diameter, gravitation strength, and composition?
Describe the pattern between planet type and distance from the sun.
How does the length of a planet's year vary with its distance from sun?
Which planet has the longest day?
What makes up Saturn's rings?
Order the following planets from largest to smallest: Unranus, Mars, Venus, Earth, Neptune, Jupiter, Mercury, Saturn
Order theplanets from closest to farthest from the sun.
Which of these is an example of sexual reproduction?
Two new sea stars can be produced by dividing one sea star in half. Which type of reproduction is described?
Which statement describes asexual and sexual reproduction?
Which structure is the direct result of sexual reproduction?
Which food chain shows the organisms in order from producer to consumer?
Which adaptation helps the scarlet king snake survive in its environment?
Which two human body systems help with the breakdown of food and absorption of nutrients?
Some plants are able to reproduce _______ by sprouting new plants from their leaves, stems, or roots.
Which of the following adaptations would be common to animals living in cold climates?
Some kinds of lizards have developed green skin. These lizards probably live
What are the reactants of photosynthesis
In which cellular organelle does cellular respiration occur?
At the beginning of cellular respiration, energy is stored in the bonds of __________ molecules. At the end of the cellular respiration process, energy is stored in the bonds of __
What are the reactants of cellular respiration?
What are the products of photosynthesis?
How do cells get energy to perform their necessary functions?
In which organelle does photosynthesis occur?
What are the products of cellular respiration?
What is the function of the stomata in plants
process in which cells remove phosphate groups from molecules of ATP to form ADP and free energy?
One effect of rugged, mountainous geography on the civilization of ancient Greece was the development of
Which statement about Greek civilization is an opinion rather than a fact?
This Greek author wrote the Iliad and the Odyssey.
These are short stories that teach lessons about life or give advice on how to live.
These two groups were considered the earliest civilizations in Greece.
A main crop that Greece exported.
What did Solon declare that could no longer happen to Greek citizens?
Rule by the people is a (an)
Name the term for a fort built on top of a large hill.
A period in Greek history is known as the Dark Ages because...
Energy used for life processes is ultimately derived from
Chloroplasts contain flattened disks known as thylakoids that are stacked into grana. In the thylakoids are proteins that
Which contains high-energy bonds and is used for long-term energy storage?
During photosynthesis, radiant energy from the Sun is transferred to plants and other photosynthetic organisms. The chloroplasts in the cells of these organisms then transform the
The inner membrane of the mitochondrion is folded into cristae. The cristae ________ the surface area of the inner membrane and ________ the mitochondrion\\\'s ability to produce ATP
name of the molecule used by cells to temporarily store energy?
Which is true?
Which organelles releases energy stored in food?
Which organelles make glucose from sunlight
Hydolysis removes what from the ATP molecule to produce free energy and ADP
Greece is known for being the birthplace of which form of government?
Which statement would represent the view of an Athenian citizen visiting Sparta?
What land feature connected the Peloponnesus to the Attica peninsula?
The geography of Greece influenced its development in what way?
Stories about gods, goddesses, and heroes that try to explain natural events are known as
A leader who uses force to hold power is a (an)
An open-air market where people came to shop, visit, and listen to speeches was called the
The Mycenaeans learned many Minoan customs and made them part of their culture. This is an example of
Slaves in ancient Greece were known as
If decisions were made by majority rule in Athens, who was allowed to vote?
Which most likely indicates formation of a precipitate during the reaction of two liquids?
When water boils, water vapor is produced and escapes into the air. Which best describes this change?
Which is represented when liquid water becomes a gas at 100°C?
Which demonstrates a chemical change?
Which occurs when a precipitate forms during a chemical reaction?
A marshmallow is made mostly of sugar and air. When heated in a microwave oven, a marshmallow increases in size to nearly twice its normal volume but does not produce any new subst
Which best describes the type of change that occurs when liquid water freezes to become ice?
Liquids placed in a beaker will settle in specific layers. Which physical property of matter does this illustrate?
A sea creature releases a liquid into the ocean that reacts with the water to form a seashell. Which process does this represent?
Which best describes a substance that changes from a liquid to a solid?
Which piece of evidence does NOT support the Continental Drift Theory?
What is the name of the continents when they were one land mass?
The heat from the core rise to the top of the crust and causes the plates to move. What movement inside the earth causes the plates to move?
What type of boundary do you have when the ocean floor dives under the continental plate?
Where oceanic and continental plate collide, what type of landform can be found?
The top layer of the earth is called the
What is the idea behind the Continental Drift Theory?
What is the idea behind Sea floor spreading?
If the plates are moving towards each other, what type of boundary do you have?
What type of boundary do you have when the plates are moving away from each other?
make less painful and troubling.
extremely clean and tidy.
kindhearted and understanding.
excited and happy.
delighted and thrilled with something.
speaks with difficulty, often stopping or repeating.
lost confidence about something.
having value and special meaning.
notice or discover.
makes a deep cut or dent.
organization of the different parts of something so that they work well together.
dull and unexciting.
studying something closely to figure out how it works or what it is made of.
the very top.
a trusted person who gives helpful advice.
doing new and difficult things in order to achieve goals.
smooth.
short journeys or outings.
great emotion and strong belief.
concern about others before worrying about oneself.
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What is the appropriate way to cite a direct quote in-text?
If you paraphrase, you do not need to add in-text citations in your paper.
The reference page should consist of
Where can the GCU Style Template and GCU Style Guide be found to assist with formatting?
My personal interpretation of the definitions of critical thinking should also be included
ording to the rubric for this assignment, what percent of the assignment is “Define Critical Thinking” worth?
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Test 1
Test 2
Test 4
Certain types of loans should be avoided
Cannot be borrowed once they've been repaid. Common types of closed-ended loans include mortgage loans, auto loans, and student loans.
are short-term loans borrowed using your next paycheck as guarantee for the loan. Payday loans have notoriously high annual percentage rates (APRs) and can be difficult to pay off
are loans that rely on an asset as collateral for the loan.Interests rates for secured loans may be lower . Examples Car Loan, house.
are loans that you can borrow over and over. Credit cards and lines of credit are the most common types of open-ended loans
Make payments on time,Good Job history,Open a Savings account and make regular deposits.
don't have asset for collateral. These loans may be more difficult to get and have higher interest rates.
Closed-ended loans
Open-ended loans
What does APR stand for
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Which of the following summarizes these events:
During the 1840s, Americans used the idea of Manifest Destiny to justify the
''Reward for Runaway Slave: I will give $50 reward is slave is taken in Louisville; $150 if slave is taken out of state'' ...Which conclussion can be drawn from this newspaper ad?
Uncle Tom's Cabin, Conress passes Kansas-Nebraska Act, John Brown leads attack at Harpers Ferry ...Which of following would be the best heading for this list of events?
Which document is considered a primary source from the Civil War?
Before the Civil War, the principle of popular sovereignty was proposed as a means of
As the United States acquired more land between 1803 and 1850, controversy over these territories focused on the
The Seneca Falls Convention of 1848 was mainly concerned with
I._________________________ A. Nullification crisis B. Kansas-Nebraska Act C. Dred Scott v. Sanford D. Election of Lincoln (1860) - Which heading best completes the partial outline?
The rapid westward migration caused by the discovery of gold in California led directly to
In the 1850s, the phrase “Bleeding Kansas” was used to describe clashes between
re the Civil War, slavery expanded in the South rather than in the North because
Compromise Enables Maine and Missouri To Enter Union (1820) California Admitted to Union as Free State (1850) Kansas-Nebraska Act Sets Up Popular Sovereignty (1854) Which issue is reflected in these headlines?
By the 1850’s, the Constitution, originally framed as an instrument of national unity, had become a source of sectional discord. This quotation suggests that
Sectional differences developed in the United States largely because
Which phrase best completes the title for the partial outline shown below? I. Reasons for the ______________________ A. Increasing sectionalism B. Disagreements over states’ rights issues C. Breakdown of compromise D. Election of 1860
In the 1850s, why did many runaway slaves go to Canada?
Which of the following was true when the Civil War began?
Which of the following was an advantage enjoyed by the South at the outset of the war?
The phrase “by military conquest, treaty, and purchase” best describes the
Compromise Enables Maine and Missouri To Enter Union (1820) California Admitted to Union as Free State (1850) Kansas-Nebraska Act Sets Up Popular Sovereignty (1854) Which issue is reflected in these headlines?
During the 1840s, supporters of Manifest Destiny favored
Which constitutional principle was the main focus of the North–South conflicts that led to the Civil War?
• Publication of The Liberator • Kansas-Nebraska Act • Dred Scott decision The events listed above all contributed to the
Betweem 1810 and 1850, why did Cleveland, Ohio's population become 340 times larger?
1850 – Fugitive Slave Act 1854 – The Kansas-Nebraska Act 1857 – Dred Scott v. Sandford decision What was one way that abolitionists responded to these government actions?
1831 – William Lloyd Garrison began publishing The Liberator 1845 – Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass published 1852 – Uncle Tom’s Cabin published by Harriet Beecher Stowe 1859 ..What goal were these events associated with?
1831 – William Lloyd Garrison began publishing The Liberator 1833 – The American Anti-Slavery Society was established ...What event most belongs on this list?
In 1850 and 1852, California passed laws that charged a tax on foreign miners. These taxes were aimed at the large numbers of immigrant miners drawn by the gold rush from which country?
Reformers of the 1800s • John Brown • Lydia Maria Child • Frederick Douglass • William Lloyd Garrison • Sojourner Truth • Harriet Beecher Stowe This list identifies reformers who were all active in the movement for what cause?
Harriet Beecher Stowe published her novel Uncle Tom’s Cabin in 1852. It sold 10,000 copies in its first week and 300,000 copies in its first year. What best explains the importance of Stowe’s novel?
''“we are assembled to protest against a form of government existing without the consent of the governed.” ....The Seneca Falls Convention demonstrates the importance of what feature of a constitutional republic?
1818 – Born into slavery in Maryland 1838 – Escaped from slavery 1841 – Made first speech at an abolitionist meeting 1847-51 – Published The North Star, an abolitionist newspaper ...This list identifies some of the contributions made by who?
Former Slave Frederick Douglass was an abolitionist leader by giving public speeches, publishing a biography and newspaper....The life of Frederick Douglass demonstrates the importance of what feature of a constitutional republic?
Dred Scott v. Sandford decision, the Supreme Court ruled that Congress could not ban slavery in U.S. territories. Also, in upholding the Fifth Amendment rights of slave owners, the Court recognized slaves as property..what's the effect of this ruling
Which invention contributed the most to the rise in the slave population?
As cotton production increased in the south, what else happened?
In 1847, California became a U.S. territory. By 1849, California’s non-native population had increased by almost 100,000. ....What factor accounts for this change in California’s population?
• Missouri Compromise of 1820 • Compromise Tariff of 1833 • Compromise of 1850 Which statement best describes the role played by an historical figure in the debates that led to these agreements?
• California entered the Union as a free state • Utah and New Mexico would decide for themselves whether to be slave or free states • The slave trade in DC ended • The Fugitive Slave Law was enacted ...what compromise is this?
• Permitted slavery north of the 36°30’ parallel • Allowed each territory to decide the issue of slavery of the basis of popular sovereignty • Effectively repealed the Missouri Compromise..This list summarizes the results of which of the following
• Missouri Compromise of 1820 • Compromise of 1850 • Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 These legislative acts were all efforts to resolve disagreements over what issue?
• Slavery banned in the Louisiana Territory north of the 36°30’ parallel • Slavery allowed in the Louisiana Territory south of the 36°30’ parallel • Missouri joined the Union as a slave state What other agreement was a part of this compromise?
Why was the Dred Scott v. Sandford Supreme Court decision a threat to northern regions of the country?
• Fugitive Slave Law included in Compromise of 1850 • Dred Scott v. Sandford decision of the Supreme Court How did the actions above affect the lives of slaves during the mid-1800s?
Southern Black Codes, 1830s • Free Blacks could not carry firearms • Free Blacks could not purchase slaves • Free Blacks could not testify against white citizens What conclusion can be drawn from the information in the chart?
Which of the following was one contributing factor to the outbreak of war between the United States and Mexico?
1820 Missouri Compromise 1850 Compromise of 1850 1854 Kansas-Nebraska Act 1857 Dred Scott v. Sandford decision What one topic is common to all of the events listed above?
''our manifest destiny to overspread the continent allotted by Providence for the free development of our yearly multiplying millions.'' In what way does this quote reflect American ideas about westward expansion?
“The United States will conquer Mexico but it will be as the man who swallows the arsenic which brings him down in turn. Mexico will poison us.” How does the quote from Emerson reflect the view of those who opposed the Mexican War?
How did the difference in railroad miles impact the Civil War?
The North had more Population, Railroads, Canals, and Factories than the South....Which conclusion is best supported by the chart?
I believe this government cannot endure, permanently, half slave and half free. I do not expect the Union to be dissolved; I do not expect the house to fall; but I do expect it will cease to be divided. -Why did Lincoln’s speech anger Southerners?
Which principle of U.S. government consists of supreme authority belonging to the people?
If you were going to complete the timeline above, in what order would you put these historical events?
. We hold these truths to be self-evident; that all men and women are created equal. —Declaration of Sentiments, 1848 Which goal is expressed in the passage?
The United States acquired the Oregon Territory in 1846, and after a war with Mexico, the United States acquired the Mexican Cession in 1848. Which concept relates to the expansion of the U.S. from coast to coast?
In what section of the country would one most likely find the factory system in the middle 1800s?
The main goal of the Seneca Falls Convention (1848) was to
Early in his Presidency, Abraham Lincoln declared that his primary goal as President was to
A house divided against itself cannot stand. I believe this government cannot endure permanently half slave and half free.” -Abraham Lincoln, 1858 According to this quotation, Abraham Lincoln believed that
A house divided against itself cannot stand. . . . I do not expect the Union to be dissolved; I do not expect the house to fall; but I do expect it will cease to be divided.. . . .” -Abraham Lincoln, the divided house was caused primarily by
As the Civil War began, President Abraham Lincoln stated that his primary goal was to
The North’s rapid economic growth during the Civil War was stimulated by
herman's march through Georgia was designed to
I hold that, in contemplation of universal law and of the Constitution, the Union of these States is perpetual . . .. It follows . . . that no State upon its own mere motion can lawfully get out of the Union -Lincoln expressed his opposition to what?
What aspect of the Emancipation Proclamation caused some to believe it was more focused on protecting the union rather than freeing slaves?
In which area did the Emancipation Proclamation of 1863 declare slavery illegal?
During the Civil War, with which of the following statements would a southern state most likely agree?
What was a major result of the Civil War?
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harm or injure.
a special awareness in a certain area.
control something and prevent others from using it.
large, heavy, and difficult to handle.
moves in a busy, energetic way.
necessary for life.
a strong feeling of fear and anxiety that makes a person act unreasonably or without thinking carefully.
hate.
giving support to a person, idea, or cause.
lonely and sad.
a community interacting with its environment through a one-way flow of energy and the cycling of materials
changes in the composition of species found in a community over time
an ecological interaction between two organisms
position that organism(s) occupy in a food web, which is defined by its relationship to the primary energy source
the ability of an ecosystem to return to a state of equilibrium following a disturbance
relationship between 2 organisms in which one kills and eats another organism
relationship between 2 organisms in which one benefits and the other is neither hurt nor helped
relationship in which both organisms benefit
relationship in which one organism benefits at expense (meaning harming) the other organism
which of the following is NOT recycled in the environment?
an organic molecule produced by living organisms and consisting predominantly of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen
group of organic molecules that includes sugars, starch, and cellulose, which can be used for energy or structural support
a group of organic molecules that includes fats, oils, waxes, and steroids that are insoluble in water and used for energy storage and insulation
a group of organic molecules that provides structure and facilitates chemical reactions (enzymes)
a protein that catalyzes (speeds up) a reaction without being changed by it
nucleic acid which is self-replicating and contains the code to make all proteins needed by an organism
process by which DNA makes a copy of itself
the process of nuclear division and cytokinesis that produces genetically identical daughter cells
proliferation (out of control growth) of cells caused by disruptions in the cell cycle; disruptions may be caused by environmental factors
a living organism whose cell or cells contain nuclei and membrane-bound organelles
a living organism whose cell or cells contain nuclei and membrane-bound organelles
a single-celled living organism that lacks a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles
movement of particles from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration
diffusion of water from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration
movement of particles across a membrane to an area of higher concentration, which requires energy
regulation of an organism’s internal environment in order to maintain conditions suitable for survival
cellular process which breaks down glucose to form lactic acid or ATP
cellular process in which autotrophs capture light energy and convert it to chemical energy (glucose) using carbon dioxide and water
organisms that makes its own food from sunlight
organism that eats other organisms for energy
“Look on my works, ye mighty, and despair!”
“He went like one that hath been stunned/ And is of sense forlon/A sadder and a wiser man,/ He rose the morrow morn.
"Tyger! Tyger! Burning bright/ In the forests of the night"
“O wad some Power the giftie gie us/ To see oursels as ithers see us!
“…on the shore/ Of the wide world I stand alone, and think/ Till Love and Fame to nothingness do sink.”
What are literary conventions?
Which is not a convention used by the Romantic Poets?
What is one of the themes of “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”?
Who wins the souls of the Mariner’s shipmates?
What does the dead albatross symbolize?
What is the Mariner’s penance?
What is the theme of “Ozymandias”?
Which sentence is an example of a simile?
How many sections can a Shakespearean sonnet be divided into?
What is the theme of “To a Mouse”?
What is an apostrophe? (Note: Not the punctuation mark)
Describe the form of a Petrarchan sonnet.
Name the Romantic convention represented in “Kubla Khan.”
How many sections can a Petrarchan sonnet be broken into?
What is the theme of "To a Louse"?
means to control and take care of something
The most important leader of the army
means to give up, stop fighting, and agree that your side has lost.
The wife of the President of the United States
Lines around a city. state, or country. Rivers, oceans, and mountains
George Washington’s home in Virginia
Helped design the city Washington D.C.
Free African American who helped L’Enfant build Washington D.C.
War that George Washington fought in
The first capital of the United States was in...
language and culture from Japan
the most amount
to try something new
extra
to be given something
weird
to cause to separate something into pieces
to pick something
to make bigger
a group of people working together
Sight, sound, taste, smell and touch are all used to make ___________________ of the world around us.
Identify the statement below that can be answered in a scientific way.
How are theories developed?
The variable that is manipulated by the scientist to determine its impact on another variable is called the
_____________________ data is made up of measurements (number data).
___________________ graphs are a good way to illustrate the effects of one variable on another.
___________________ are used to see very small objects, while ______________ are used to see distant objects.
_____________________ is the degree of closeness within a range of results.
The __________________ system is an agreed upon measurement system for scientists.
The most important safety rule is
The general term used to describe what happens when two or more waves overlap in the same medium
The study of sound wave technology
Which is not a way a technician can make a room sound less live?
Where two waves of equal frequency overlap and are 180 degrees out of phase it is called
The amplitude is the height of the crest to the this
A bridge can be destroyed if the wave vibrations match this.
Each crest of a wave moves a horizontal distance of 50 cm in 5 seconds. What is the wave speed?
This is the term applied to the increase in amplitude of vibration that occurs when an object is forced to vibrate at its natural frequency
The lowest points on a sine wave are called
The highest points on a sine wave are called
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Who is a person who engages in a supporting and guiding relationship with another person, usually over an extended period of time?
Who is the individual who is the recipient of the support?
What is a planned set of interactions and opportunities that occur during the relationship between the mentor and mentee?
What type of role models are people whom you admire because of their impact on the community or on society?
What type of role models are people in your household or neighborhood that you have known for a long time and whose behavior you admire?
What type of role models are those persons who have earned your admiration in a formal or professional way ?
What type of role models are those persons whom you know casually and whose skills and talents you admire?
What do you call other students who exhibit character traits that you respect and appreciate?
What are groups of individuals from minority cultures?
What term describes how others will remember you?
Who is someone with the character, values, purpose, and courage to do the right thing even when no one is watching?
Who is someone who assists, guides, and supervises others to reach a desired outcome?
Who is someone who makes meaningful changes that add value to a group or an organization?
What is the general direction in which things are moving?
What are categories of related occupations and careers?
What term is defined as what you determine your life should be?
What term is defined as the ability to look beyond the typical roles of a leader and embrace a forward thinking attitude?
What term is defined as the belief that things will always work out for the best?
What term is defined as the feeling that things are likely to turn out badly?
What term is defined as the ability to function effectively in a multicultural workplace?
What term is defined as the power of your mind to form a mental image of something that is not present?
What term is defined as the ability to generate new ideas or concepts?
southern Europe
western Europe
Eastern Europe
Central Europe
Which of the following does not have a warm climate?
Type of government- Constitutional Monarchy, Paliamentary Democracy
Type of government- Federation
Type of government - Federal Republic
Type of government- Republic
Italy, Germany, Russia, and the United Kingdom share which of the following environmental issues:
Italy, Germany, Russia and the United Kingdom all have what type of economic system?
currency of Italy
currency of United Kingdom
currency of Russia
currency of Germany
Which countries have the highest and lowest GDPs?
What does FCCLA stand for?
A purpose of FCCLA is to provide opportunities for personal development and preparation for adult life.
An example of cyber bullying is
A purpose of FCCLA is to entertain student during class time.
Helping students to develop ____________ in the areas of character development and ethical behavior, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, and practical knowledge, and career preparation.
What is my first initial
How many members do we have in our school?
Who is our chapter president?
How many officers do we have?
Where is state conference held?
What is your name?
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1. “There are two types of students- the student that works really hard and does well and the student that does nothing and fails.”
2. Robert made his first purchase on ebay and the package did not arrive on time. Robert says he will not purchase another product on ebay because they never arrive on time.
3. The top four leaders of a University were chosen to work on a project together. Since they are the best leaders they should be the perfect team to complete the project.
4. A couple recently put in a pool in their backyard. Since the pool was put in, they have had quite a few rabbits hopping around the yard. They determined that the pool must have attracted the rabbits to their yard.
Some parents are upset schools do not allow handmade treats in class because they think if they won’t allow homemade snacks for other students, they will continue to make more rules until students can’t even bring in their own lunch.
6. There must be other universes in outer space since there is no evidence to prove that there are not any other universes.
7. Joseph ran for President of his high school. When Sandra won instead Joseph’s felt the voting was rigged and that the people distributing ballots must have told students to vote for Sandra or they may have bribed the voters with candy.
When another teacher asked why she doesn’t use the new manipulatives available to teach students how to add and subtract, Ms. Jones replied “I don’t know, that’s just the way I have always taught the addition and subtraction facts!”
9. Michael Phelps, a popular Olympic swimmer acts in commercials to promote a shampoo. Promoting products using famous people as a sales tactic is an example of:
10. Mike left work 15 minutes early because everyone else seemed to leave at least 15 minutes early on Fridays so he figured it must be okay to do.
The most important lab safety rule is
What are some reasonable safety precautions for field investigations?
What is the first thing you should do if an accident occurs?
Which of the following is NOT something you would want to do after completing an experiment?
You have accidentally broken a test tube and spilled a chemical on the table. Which of the following best explains what you should do?
When do you NOT need to wear safety goggles?
What liquid do you use if you were to get a foreign substance in your eye?
What should not be in your mouth during a lab?
What is the proper and safe way to smell a chemical mixture in a lab?
When you do work outside, what should you do?
What do safety symbols do?
If an accident occurs, you should immediately do what?
What is it NOT ok to do?
If your lab partner's hair caught on fire, what should you do?
In order to find out exactly what you are working with in lab,
¿Qué es el capital de La Republica Dominicana?
¿Qué es el capital de Nicaragua?
¿Qué es el capital de Venezuela?
¿Qué es el capital de Guatemala?
¿Qué es el capital de España (Spain)?
¿Qué es el capital de Paraguay?
¿Qué es el capital de Uruguay?
¿Qué es el capital de Cuba?
¿Qué es el capital de Ecuador?
¿Qué es el capital de Puerto Rico?
¿Qué es el capital de Honduras?
¿Qué es el capital de Peru?
¿Qué es el capital de Bolivia?
¿Qué es el capital de Chile?
¿Qué es el capital de Argentina?
¿Qué es el capital de Colombia?
¿Qué es el capital de El Salvador?
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FUNCIONES DEL CEREBRO
FUNCIONES DEL CEREBRO
QUÉ ÓRGANO CONTROLA MEMORIA, RACIOCINIO, VOLUNTAD, CONCIENCIA, INTELIGENCIA
DE QUÉ PARTE DEL S. N.C. DEPENDE EXPOSICIÓN PARA UNA MALA ACCIÓN
QUÉ PARTE DEL S.N.C. INTERVIENE PARA RESOLVER UN PROBLEMA DE MATEMÁTICAS
TIENEN LAS MISMAS FUNCIONES LOS 2 HEMISFERIOS CEREBRALES
LAS NEURONAS DEL S.N. CEREBROESPINAL ESTÁN AISLADAS
LA CORRIENTE NERVIOSA DE LAS NEURONAS PRODUCE
ACTOS REFLEJOS
ACTOS REFLEJOS
The years after the Civil War were called ________. The southern states rejoined the union, and cities were rebuilt.
means to rejoin again. The South rejoined, or became part of, the United States after the Civil War.
was a man who helped other African Americans get better jobs.
School started by Booker T. Washington for African Americans
said that no one in the United States could own slaves.
Said that African Americans were citizens
Said African American men could vote
Who was president during the Civil War
the 14th Amendment said that African Americans had _________ rights
Where is the Tuskegee Institute
QUÉ TIPO DE NEURONAS INTERVIENEN EN LOS ACTOS REFLEJOS
SENSITIVAS
INTERCALARES
MOTORAS
ACTOS VOLUNTARIOS SON
EL S. N. AUTÓNOMO TAMBIÉN SE LLAMA
EL SISTEMA NERVIOSO AUTÓNOMO SE ENCARGA DE
CENTROS SUPERIORES DEL S.N.A. SE LOCALIZAN EN
DE DÓNDE SALEN LAS FIBRAS NERVIOSAS QUE INERVAN LOS ÓRGANOS
EL SISTEMA NERVIOSO AUTÓNOMO ESTÁ FORMADO POR
SISTEMA NERVIOSO SIMPÁTICO SE ENCARGA DE
SISTEMA NERVIOSO PARASIMPÁTICO SE ENCARGA DE
SISTEMA ENDOCRINO ES UN
HORMONAS SON MOLÉCULAS ORGÁNICAS COMPOSIC. QUÍM. VARIADA QUE PERMITEN
GLÁNDULAS ENDOCRINAS SON
LAS HORMONAS LLEGAN A TODOS LOS TEJIDOS DEL ORGANISMO
EN LAS CÉLULAS DIANA SE LOCALIZAN LOS
LOS RECEPTORES ESPECÍFICOS FORMADOS POR
SISTEMAS QUE EJERCEN FUNCIONES DE COORDINACIÓN
TRANSMITE INFORMACIÓN MEDIANTE IMPULSO NERVIOSO ELÉCTRICO
Which of the followings is the correct order of the levels of organization (from smallest to largest)?
Which of the following is not an example of an abiotic factor?
Which of the following is correctly paired with the proper mode of nutrition?
What percentage of energy is transferred throughout each trophic level?
An ecosystem is made up of
A person who ate corn is considered?
A person who drank the milk of a cow that eat grass is considered?
A food web is
Which of the following does not explain a niche?
Which of the following is not correctly matched?
The main characteristics of this type of succession is no soil being present
A bird's nest hidden away in a tree is an example of what?
When one ecosystem replaces another ecosystem it is called?
2.Heartworms are roundworms that live in the heart and blood vessels of dogs. They absorb their needed materials from the blood of the dog. This is an example of
The stork uses its saw-like bill to cut up the dead animals it eats. As a result, the dead animals carcass is accessible to some bees for food and egg laying. This is an example of
The most energy is present in organisms living at the same level as
What contributes to ecological succession
The most energy is present in organisms living in the same level of a food pyramid as
Honey guide birds alert and direct badgers to bee hives. The badgers expose the hives and feed on the honey then the birds eat. This is an example of
All the plants, animals, and protists living in a forest make up a
CARACTERÍSTICAS DE LA ÓPERA DE GLINKA
PIONEROS DEL NACIONALISMO RUSO
COMPOSITOR RUSO INTERESADO EN LA MÚSICA VOCAL
OBRAS DE ALEXANDER SERGEYEVICH DARGOMIJSKI
Características de el convidado de piedra
Grupo de los cinco formado por
Los músicos rusos se dividen en
Ruso, pianista, compositor y director del conservatorio
Director del grupo de los cinco
Según Platinga, la música de Balakirev está influenciada por
The population ............ is the number of invdividuals in a population.
............... is a form of symbiosis that benefits one species and harms the other.
A ............ is a simple way of showing how energy, in the form of food, passes from one organism to another.
Changing nitrogen gas to nitrogen in the soil is called ..............
The role or job of an organism in the ecosystems is a .............
............ is a very important abiotic factor and is the main compound in cell fluids.
........... factors are the non-living factors in an enviroment.
........... is the study of interactions among organisms and their environment.
.......... is need for recyling matter.
A .......... limits the number number of organisms in an environment.
The main form to apply for grants/loans for attending college in the US is the
These help you pay for college but do not have to be repaid.
____ means to go down in value.
A ____ is a promise to repay a loan.
A ___ is a rental agreement.
A ____ is a house loan.
A (n) _____ asset goes up in value.
The price a seller can expect to receive for a product in a competitive market is ___.
The value of the next best alternative NOT chosen is ___.
Which of the following is NOT an example of earned income?
Adaptation
Camouflage
Era
Extinct
Migrate
Habitat
Hibernate
Mimicry
Niche
Species
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allusion
implied metaphor
plot
paradox
verbal irony
allegory
hyperbole
rising action
alliteration
synecdoche
analyze
diction
symbols
apostrophe
analogy
The feature Govinda loves best about the young Siddhartha is his
An important Hindu ritual preformed both at dawn and dusk is
The primary object of the severe asceticism of the Samanas is to
Siddhartha and Govinda part for the first time when Govinda decides to
When Siddhartha meets the Buddha, he recognizes him immediately because of the Buddha's
The one question which troubles Siddhartha the most, and eventually casues him to leave home, is how to experience
Siddhartha begins one of his periods of meditation by reciting a metaphorical verse in which the sould is an arrow, Brahman is the target, and the bow is
After a time, Siddhartha becomes dissatisfied wiht the Samanas and criticizes their beliefs and practices as
The Buddha warns against too much
When Siddhartha says that the Buddha has robbed him of something, he is referring to his
The most profound emotion Siddhartha experiences just after leaving the Buddhists is
Siddhartha's attitude toward Kamaswami's business is that it is
Before hiring him, Kamaswami tests Siddhartha's
Initially Siddhartha's objective in working for Kamaswami is to
Gambling for high stakes is one way in which Siddhartha displays his
The bird in one of Siddhartha's dreams is symbolic of
Among other things, the sound of Om reminds Siddhartha of
Although Om is strictly indefinable, several times Hesse defines it to mean
One of Vasudeva's greatest skills is his ability to
All of the following adjectives accurately describe Siddhartha's son EXCEPT
When Vasudeva asks the river what to do about Siddhartha's son, the river's reply is
The cure for Siddhartha's wound is
Kamala's body is disposed of in the traditional Hindu method, which is
Siddhartha is most hurt by the fact that his son
In his later years, Siddhartha comes to the conclusion that wisdom is the consciousness of
When Govinda asks for help in achieving peace, Siddhartha tells him to
Siddhartha comes to the conclusion that the wisdom a wise person tries to communicate always sounds
Eventually Vasudeva
What was the profession of Siddhartha”s father
What is the name by which Siddhartha refers to the Divine within him?
Who is Siddhartha’s closest friend in Part I of the novel?
What was the name of the group of ascetics Siddhartha joined after leaving his father?
What was the Buddha’s real name?
What does Siddhartha say is missing in the Buddha’s teaching?
What did Siddhartha speculate separated him from ordinary people?
What prevents Siddhartha from committing suicide?
What is the name of the old Ferryman to whom Siddhartha returns after leaving town?
According to Siddhartha, knowledge can come from teachers, but wisdom must come from
At the beginning and end of the story, Govinda acts as Siddhartha’s
Which of the following characters does NOT reach Nirvana by the end of the story?
What are interpersonal relationships among group members?
What is an environment that encourages creativity among group members in a noncompetitive way?
What are the beliefs, values, language, and dress that are characteristic of a certain group of people?
What is it called when you pass judgment on a group based only on your experiences with one member?
What is the act of following a leader’s guidance and direction?
Who is a member who oversees the daily operations and activities of the group?
What do you call a person’s character, values, beliefs, and behavior as related to work?
What you will receive in return for completing the task or job?
What is an invisible honor code?
Which of the following is not a question you would ask before joining a group?
What to you call those whose rights and privileges have been denied on a regular and unfair basis?
What is a hostile and negative attitude toward people’s characteristics?
What is the unfair way you favor or treat other people according to some standard that you or your group has chosen?
What do you call the larger or more global events related to diversity that are reported in the media every day?
What do you call diversity that takes place in your home, school, community, church, and local businesses and organizations?
What is a level of acceptance or understanding of differences?
What is the ability to understand the feelings and experiences of others?
What are the characteristics of a population, such as gender, age, race, ethnicity, and level of education and income?
What is the quality or state of being the same?
What is it called when something is consisting of dissimilar or diverse ingredients or constituents?
What is acting in a certain way with little thought due to repeated behavior?
What do you call someone who is not misleading?
What do you call someone who is without deception?
What is the quality of providing accurate and complete information while respecting the circumstances and the persons receiving the information?
What quality describes consistency in performance or behavior
What is a duty or obligation?
What do you call the responsibility for managing your immediate actions?
What do you call the ability to forgo something that will provide immediate satisfaction in order to achieve an important, longer-term goal?
Which term describes people, conditions, and resources that support rather than detract from your personal improvement efforts?
All of the following are characteristics of self-discipline EXCEPT:
Which of the following is NOT one of the four steps for achieving an important personal goal?
What type of relationships are described as purposeful continuing interactions and communications between two or more people that are carried on primarily via computer networks?
What type of relationships are described as voluntary relationships based on the interests people have in each other?
What type of relationships are described as interactions of people brought together to complete an activity or achieve a goal?
What type of relationships are described as special affection and commitment two people share based on understanding, caring, and trust?
Which term means consideration and regard for people and property?
Which term means act of being free from favoritism, self-interest, or bias?
Which term means a preference that influences your judgment?
Which term means looking at the facts without letting your personal feelings influence your views?
Which term means giving some people special treatment due to bias or a close relationship?
Which word is defined as having complete confidence in another person?
Which word is defined as a personal commitment to support the values and goals of a person, group, or organization?
Which word is defined as to take actions that intentionally harm a relationship?
Which word is defined as feeling and acting with concern and empathy for others?
Who is someone whose character, behavior, attitude, personality, or skills serve as a good example to follow?
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Which of the following is NOT a type of rock?
Rocks are identified as either sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic. What determines the type of rock?
What type of rock can be found near a volcnao?
What is coal made up of?
Why are fossils found in sedimentary rock?
What two processes form Igneous rock?
How does Sedimentary rock become a Metamorphic rock?
How does a Metamorphic rock become an Igneous rock?
How does an Igneous rock become a Sedimentary rock?
At a subduction zone, what kind of land feature can be found?
System that contains organs that remove waste products from your blood
A pair of organs that constantly clean the blood
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