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The system that is the body's central command that serves two functions: gathers and interprets information from inside and outside your body and responds
A collection of axons bundled together with blood vessels and connective tissues that carry messages to and from the brain
The organ that is the main control center of the nervous system
The system that is a collection of glands and groups of cells that secrete hormones which regulate growth, development, and homeostasis
A group of cells that make special chemicals for your body
A substance that is made in one cell or tissue that causes a change in another cell or tissue in a different part of the body
Ability to resist or recover from an infectious disease
A muscular sac-like digestive organ attached to the lower end of the esophagus, that breaks down food into a liquid
They met at the Continental Congress.
They surrendered to George Washington in 1786.
A group of them dumped tea overboard during the Boston Tea Party.
George Washington led a group of them across the Delaware River in 1776.
They passed the Sugar Act, Stamp Act, and the Townshend Act.
A __________ is someone chosen to speak and act for a group of people.
The colonists that remained loyal to the king were known as __________.
The leader of the Continental Army was __________.
___________ rode all night to warn the people that the British soldiers were coming.
The colonists were angry about the __________ the British forced them to pay.
The joining of a sperm to an egg; the union of sex cells that produce an offspring
Both inherited alleles; the letters
The organisms physical appearance
The process of selecting a few organisms with desired traits to serve as parents of the next generation; organisms with desirable characteristics are mated
Features that have different forms in a population (Ex. humans - hair color)
A genetically determined characteristic (ex. brown hair, blond hair)
two parent cells join together to form offspring that are different from both parents
only one parent is needed; new cells are exact replica of parent cell
An organism having 1 dominant and 1 recessive allele for a trait; hybrid
An organism having 2 dominant or 2 recessive alleles for a trait; pure or purebred
Sexual reproduction of cells; produces sex cells (sperm or egg); cell division that decreases the number of chromosomes by half
Asexual reproduction of cells; cell division that makes a copy of the original cell (cells for growth and repair)
The passing of genetic traits from parent(s) to offspring
A structure in the nucleus of hte cell that contain DNA which carry the codes for genes
A trait caused by an allele that overpowers the effect of another
A trait tha has an allele that can be overpowered by the effect of another
A molecule in living cells that determines traits that will be inherited
Different or alternate forms of a trait; one form of a gene that controls a characteristic; represented by capital and lowercase letters
The likelihood that a future event will happen; a mathematical chance that something will happen
One set of instructions for an inherited trait; carried on chromosomes
__________ wrote the Declaration of Independence.
The British passed the __________.
George Washington crossed the Delaware River during the __________.
One of the reasons the signers of the Declaration of Independence could be considered brave is __________
Another reason the signers of the Declaration of Independence could be considered brave is __________
The group that wanted their independence were known as __________.
The British pass the ___________.
The __________ helped win the war by bringing troops and ships.
George Washington crossed the Delaware River during the Battle of __________.
The colonists were angry about the __________ the British forced them to pay.
Fossils are most commonly found in rock.
What information do fossils provide about plants and animals?
Decayed Matter Earthworm Duck. Which of the following is a decomposer in the food chain shown above?
Which shows correctly how energy cycles in an ecosystem?
Which of the following will usually have more characteristics in common?
Cows can be placed in one of several groups depending on the characteristics being used to group. Which of the following groups could a cow fit in?
Emperor penguins live in the Antarctic and have a thick layer of blubber under the skin. This helps them adapt to the low .
Owls are birds that sleep during the day and are active at night. Which of the owl's senses has changed to adapt to night conditions?
Some plants can reproduce without making seeds. These plants can make new plants from their
While seeds are forming, another plant part forms around them. Animals eat this part and carry the seeds to a new spot. What is the name of this part?
The type of energy that is stored in a stretched rubber band is called
Energy stored in the nucleus of an atom is
The energy holding particles together is called
When one form of energy is changed to another, this called an energy
The energy of moving electrons is called
A leaf falling to the ground has
A book resting on a desk has
A rock resting at the bottom of the ocean has
As a ball falls freely toward the Earth, its kinetic energy
A ball is thrown up in the air. The figure to the below shows a plot of the ball’s position. At which point does the ball have the least amount of kinetic energy?
Which in NOT part of the Earth's water cycle?
Which of the following is involved in some way in the formation of clouds?
Plants produce food in a process called
Carbon is . . .
heat energy moves in predictable ways, flowing from . . .
Nitrogen makes up ____________ of earth's atmosphere
Nitrogen is needed by all living things to make . . .
The largest amount of nitrogen is found
Nitrogen in the atmosphere reaches the soil in which way?
Which part of the water cycle involves water changing into vapor?
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What means to accept responsibility for your actions?
What is the ability to communicate and interact with members of your family, school, and community?
What is the combination of gestures, movements, and physical mannerisms that you use to communicate to others?
What is putting the message into a form that is understood by the receiver?
What is interpretation or translation of a message by the receiver?
What is the receiver’s response to the sender’s message?
What is the foundation and guide to enhance your leadership development?
What is the application of knowledge and skills to improve learning?
What is interacting with others and developing beneficial relationships?
What is the physical and relational feeling within an organization?
What are short theatrical scenes performed by student-actors about an issue?
What are the set of rules called that protect schools from acts of violence and disruptive behaviors?
What is a commitment to serve the needs of others?
What is a duty and obligation to be responsive?
What is gaining practical experience by working with various organizations?
What is constructive feedback given by classmates or co-workers?
The protagonist in “The Story of An Hour” is named
Mrs. Mallard is suffering from
What does NOT characterize Mrs. Mallard’s face in “The Story of An Hour”?
Mrs. Mallard approaches an awakening subsequent to the initial shock of hearing of the news of her husband’s death. Once that shock has passed, which of the following is the most prominent recurring theme?
Which of the following lines best represents the rhetorical device of verbal Irony?
The word “repression” (paragraph 8 ), as a description of Mrs. Mallard’s face, suggests that Mrs. Mallard was a woman of
Mrs. Mallard’s cause of death is described as “a joy that kills”. Chopin uses this as final evidence to show that
Near the end of the story, , Louise’s composure as she descends the stairs can be best described as:
Who is the author of “The Story of an Hour”?
Who is the antagonist in “The Story of An Hour”?
How is Mr. Mallard thought to have died?
In what season does The Story of an Hour occur?
How does Louise Mallard characterize human relationships in The Story of an Hour
From what point-of-view is “The Story of an Hour” told?
When the “wild abandonment” possesses Mrs. Mallard, what does she do?
What does Josephine believe Mrs. Mallard is doing being her closed door?
What word represents the total set of emotions, traits, and behaviors that makes each person unique?
What are channels of communication including radio, television, music, movies, the internet, books, newspapers, and magazines?
What is something you accept as true?
What is something that is the same time after time?
What is your full set of beliefs and feelings about yourself at a particular time?
What is the mental picture you have of yourself?
What is the general feeling of value you have about yourself?
What are connections, interactions, or affiliations between two or more people called?
What is an activity that receives more attention than alternative activities?
What do you call imagining yourself completing each of the steps of an activity correctly?
Operating individually?
Depending on the help of others?
Cooperating and working together in a joint effort?
Including people who are different from one another?
What are the materials, finances, and people needed to run an organization or team ?
What is the process of identifying the strengths, talents, and creativity of each member to help define each member’s role on the team?
Which team members are concerned about the feelings and emotions of other team members?
Which team members do whatever it takes to get the job done?
Which team members question or oppose the leader in order to keep the leader honest and committed to the team’s goal?
Which team members listen and then offer a solid response based on what they believe is the right direction, goal, or task for the team?
Which team members work to find a solution or an acceptable compromise?
What describes how the team gets things done?
What does the diverse life experiences of each team member represent?
What is the main conflict in “Desiree’s Baby”?
What does Armand do with his love letters to Desiree?
What does Armand learn about his parents?
What choice does Desiree make?
What is the setting of “Desiree’s Baby”?
Who is the protagonist in “Desiree’s Baby”?
Which of the following items was NOT burned at the end of the story in Armand's bonfire?
What changes in Armand's behavior has Désirée noticed after her son was born?
Why has L'Abri, the Aubigny mansion, come to seem a sad looking place to Madame Valmondé?
Which explanation of Désirée's parentage does Madam Valmondé finally accept?
Why is Madame Valmonde shocked when she sees the baby?
What is the relationship implied between Armand and LaBlanche?
What figurative language does the writer use in the following: “Armand,” she called to him, in a voice which must have stabbed him.
What figurative language does the writer use in the following: “The roof came down steep and black like a cowl”
The foreboding appearance of L’Abri symbolizes
The author contrasts Armand's treatment of the slaves on the plantation with
When Desiree describes her child to her mother, we know she is feeling
To explain how Armand came to notice Desiree before he married her, the author uses
The reader learns that Armand's moods
When Armand's mood deteriorates in the story, Desiree becomes
Who was the richest merchant in town?
Who was the wise ferryman?
A Samana is
Atman is
Siddartha's father is
Which best describes Govinda?
Siddhartha's Son is best described as
Kamala is
When Siddhartha is a young man, he stirs the hearts of the Brahmins' daughters
Buddhist monks live by begging
Kamala is illiterate
Siddhartha never eats meat throughout his entire life.
In a tearful farewell scene, Siddhartha tells Kamala that he is leaving her
Siddhartha senses are deadened during his Samana years.
Siddhartha does not meet his son until the day of Kamala's death
Vasudeva advises Siddhartha to do everything possible to protect his son from the pains of Samsara.
Buddhist monks travel only on important occasions.
Siddhartha is more interested in what the Buddha says than in which he does.
Siddhartha Concludes that there is no difference between the wise person and the ordinary person.
Siddhartha's father wants him to be a
This falling spray of snow-flakes is / a handful of dead Februaries
What does the author mean by: Time is a green orchard.
What does the writer want us to understand by these lines: An old lump of snow melted in the corner. The chirping crickets filled the empty night air. I was awoken by the pleasing scent of the bacon as it wafted down the hallway.
third person omniscient
simile
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The Cell Theory states all but which of the following?
A major difference between plant and animal cells is
The organelle in which cellular respiration occurs providing energy for cells is called the
The sum of all processes that require energy in a cell or living thing is called
The part of a cell that breaks down wastes products is called the
Osmosis is the movement of __________________ across a membrane.
In a ______________________ solution, the amount of concentration and water is equal on both sides of the plasma membrane.
The ______________ is the control center of the cell; also stores the genetic information of the cell.
The plasma membrane is _____________________, which means it allows only certain substances to pass in and out of the cell.
____________ are the structures that synthesize (manufacture) proteins.
The Astronomer Ptolemy was:
The Astronomer Kepler was:
The Astronomer Copernicus was:
The Astronomer Galileo was:
Ptolemy's period of life:
Kepler's period of life:
Copernicus's period of life:
Galileo's period of life:
Who was the first to use a telescope?
What is Geocentric System?
Which of the following is an inherited trait?
Which of the following is an acquired trait?
What are the two types of reproduction?
Which best describes inherited traits?
Which is true about sexual reproduction?
What type of trait is one you get as you live, not genetically?
The type of asexual reproduction that occurs when a group of cells inside of an organism develops into an offspring?
What is a type of asexual reproduction that occurs when a egg cells develops without the need for fertilization?
Which of the following is an advantage of asexual reproduction?
Which of the following is an advantage of sexual reproduction?
Branch of the government that reviews Constitutional Laws
The highest court in the country
When the Supreme Court hears a case and decides if a law is constitutional or unconstitutional
The name of a Supreme Court judge. There are 9 Supreme Court judges.
Courts that hear cases based on laws affect that state
Courts that hear cases based on laws that affect the entire United States
Group of people listen to the evidence and decides who wins the case
Type of case about a person’s rights
Type of case if a crime is committed
To ask a higher court to review a judge or jury’s verdict
Ptolemy is known for:
Kepler is known for:
Copernicus is known for:
Galileo is known for:
Heliocentric System is:
Discovered that the Heliocentric system was correct:
The Heliocentric System is when:
The path of the planets is:
Which Astronomer discovered that the orbit of each planet is an ellipse?
Geocentric means what type of Solar System?
What was the name of Georgia\\\'s capital that was built on swamp land? The capital had to be moved because of the land it was built on.
What was the name of the first public land grant university in the United States? It was established in 1785.
Who invented the cotton gin?
What were Georgia\\\'s two main churches after the American Revolution?
What was the effect of the land lottery and the headright system on the state of Georgia?
Who was the man who signed away all of the Native American Land with the Treaty of New York?
Who was executed by the Creek Indians because he sold land with the Treaty of Indian Springs?
Who signed the Indian Removal Act and was a primary cause of the Trail of Tears?
What was decided in Worcester v. Georgia?
Who was the chief of the Cherokee who led his people on the Trail of Tears?
Gap
Assimilate
Pioneer
Dictator
Consequence
Annex
Impressment
Ford
National Anthem
Nationalism
What war was caused by England stealing our ships and arming Native Americans, encouraging them to fight us?
Which war was faught over LAND?
Which war was faught because we didn\'t have representation in Parliament, though we were still taxed?
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Manifest Destiny
Cession
Gold Rush
Forty-Niners
Canal
Lock
Industrial Revolution
Cotton Gin
Interchangeable Parts
Locomotive
The climate zones lying between 23.5° and 66.5° north and south latitude are called the
The two main factors that determine the climate of a region are
The farther you live from an ocean, the more likely your climate will be a
The seasons are caused by
A tropical wet climate exists in the United States only in
Clues to what ancient climates were like come from
An important principle scientists follow to determine ancient climates is:
As many as four ice ages have occurred on Earth during the past
The most recent major ice age in North America extended as far south as
Oceans make the temperatures of nearby land "more" extreme.
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At times, the United States Government has passed protective tariffs to
A major reason for the issuance of the Monroe Doctrine (1823) was to
During the presidency of Andrew Jackson, the spoils system resulted in
What was an immediate effect of the completion of the Erie Canal in 1825?
The Louisiana Purchase had great geographic significance for the United States because it
When President Thomas Jefferson acquired the Louisiana Territory from France, he demonstrated that he had modified his belief that
The term judicial review is best defined as the
Between 1800 and 1830, the National Road and the Erie Canal were built to connect which regions?
One feature common to the foreign policies of Presidents George Washington, John Adams, and Thomas Jefferson was that each wanted to
Judicial review allows the Supreme Court to
Which document was issued primarily to prevent European nations from future colonization in Latin America?
A six-horse wagon team could take anywhere from 18 to 35 days to transport 3,000 pounds of cargo between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia in 1812. By 1840, that journey took only about three and a half days. What explains this reduction in travel time?
In July 1798, Congress passed the Sedition Act. This law punished with fines or imprisonment anyone convicted of publishing or saying publicly anything judged to be false or hostile about the government --why do people criticize the sedition act?
the Supreme Court ruled that the Cherokee Nation was a distinct community that had rights similar to the rights of a foreign countryPresident Andrew Jackson disagreed...He refused to order troops to leave Cherokee territory --what is the significance
In its 1819 McCulloch v. Maryland decision, the Supreme Court ruled that Congress had powers under the Necessary and Proper Clause to to create a national bank --How did this Supreme Court decision affect life in the United States?
It is emphatically the province and duty of the judicial department to say what the law is . . .. If two laws conflict with each other, the courts must decide on the operation of each -Marbury v. Madison --what principle was established?
In 1828, the South Carolina legislature issued a protest against a tariff passed by the United States Congress. --What principle did the South Carolina legislature use in support of its protest?
President Jackson wrote that South Carolina’s act was based “on the strange position that any one State may not only declare an act of Congress void, but prohibit its execution '' --Which statement best describes how Andrew Jackson viewed SC actions?
Ogden claimed that a NY license gave his company the sole right to operate steamboat ferries between NY City and New Jersey. Gibbons claimed that a federal law gave him the right to operate steamboat -what did the court decide was vital to capitalism
How did the War of 1812 affect the economy of the United States?
A Milestone in U.S. Transportation • 363 miles long • Completed in 1825 • Connected the Great Lakes region with the Atlantic coast --What milestone in U.S. transportation history is described in this list?
Why did southern states like South Carolina oppose the use of tariffs during the early 1800s?
What was one significant factor that contributed to the election of Andrew Jackson as president in 1828?
Nullification means insurrection and war; and the other states have a right to put it down. —Andrew Jackson President Andrew Jackson’s strong statement is most closely associated with what event?
1838 - Trail of Tears begins when President Martin Van Buren orders the army to remove remaining tribal members to Indian Territory ---What conclusion can be drawn about the federal government’s role in Indian removal?
How did the War of 1812 affect the relationship between the United States and Britain?
The consequences of a speedy removal will be important to the United States, to individual States, and to the Indians themselves...enable those states to advance rapidly in population, wealth, and power. -what was the purpose of Indian Removal
Mischief springs from the power which the moneyed interest derives from a paper currency which they are able to control'' —Andrew Jackson --This excerpt explains one reason why Andrew Jackson pursued what policy during his presidency?
The American System • A protective tariff • A national bank • Federal subsidies for roads and canals --Political leaders like Henry Clay supported an economic plan called the American System during the 1800s. What was a goal of this plan?
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81 x 1 =?
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148 x 3 =?
392 x 4 =?
111 x 8 =?
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235 x 25 =?
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531 x 13 =?
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Science is concerned with understanding how nature and the physical world work.
Science can prove anything, solve any problem, or answer any question.
In science, an educated guess is:
Which of the following is NOT a rule when writing a hypothesis?
A scientific procedure undertaken to make a discovery, test a hypothesis, or demonstrate a known fact is a/an:
A series of steps followed to solve problems is:
If you were measuring the mass of a tomato, you would use which unit of measurement:
A scientist hypothesizes the temperature at which an alligator's egg is incubated will determine whether the alligator will be male or female. The independent variable is:
What is the most important thing to do before starting a lab?
Broken glassware like a broken or cracked test tube should be:
What is the purpose of a graph?
The best graph to use to show the growth of 3 different plants over a period of 6 weeks would be:
Who is a person with the ability to guide others toward accomplishing a goal?
What is a learned ability or strength that allows an individual to do something well?
What is a measure of a person’s ability, talent, or expertise in performing a task?
What do you call the act of agreeing with, validating, or confirming the actions or behaviors of another person?
What do you call the ability to find acceptable solutions to problems and experiences to benefit both you and the others involved?
What do you call the way you deal with and treat yourself and other people?
What is an indication of how you deal with the different situations and experiences in your life?
Who is a person who tends to focus on inner thoughts and ideas?
Who is a person who directs attention and interests toward the outer world of people and things?
What is an action caused by or a reaction to the surrounding environment?
What is a fictional or unproven belief?
What is an idea or a project that you imagine turning into reality by undergoing some type of change?
What is defined as the ability to influence others to achieve a common goal?
What type of leadership style uses a top-down approach in working with members of the group, team, or organization?
What type of leadership style is based on an exchange of rewards for the accomplishment of tasks or goals?
What type of leadership style is based on persuading others to commit to a vision in order to enhance performance or reach group goals?
What type of leadership style is where leaders agree to take joint control of the group?
What is the driving force that persuades individuals to take action?
Who is a person who serves as a role model and provides motivation and encouragement to others?
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A tropical wet climate exists in the United States only in
The most recent major ice age in North America extended as far south as
During an ice age, Earth's sea level
One theory to explain short-term changes in Earth's climate is based on
Increased carbon dioxide may cause global warming by
Earth's ozone layer
"Global warming" is the trapping of energy from the sun by Earth's atmosphere.
Streams of water called ocean ______________ move warm or cold water, warming or cooling the nearby land.
The gradual increase in the temperature of the atmosphere is known as
Humans have damaged the ozone layer by using ________________ in refrigerators and spray cans.
An anemometer is used to measure...
A barometer is used to measure...
A rain gauge measures...
A thermometer measures...
Name that weather tool: The forecaster is calling for rain today.
Name that weather tool: It is 76 degrees outside.
Name that weather tool: The snow measured 2 inches.
Name that weather tool: The wind will be coming from the northwest at 5 miles per hour.
Name the weather tools used in the following forecast: High pressure will take over and the winds will be calm.
Name the weather tools used in the following forecast: Local temperature is 45 degrees. We had a rainfall of .2 inches last night.
What is Gordon's Website?
What is Gordon's emergency notification system called?
Where do you register for classes?
What will you find in the GIL Catalog
During the week, the library is open until....
How long is the checkout period for a book in the library?
How much is an overdue book per day?
Where can you find most things on the Gordon webiste?
You have to reset your Gordon email password how often?
Which building does not have a computer lab for students?
Of the elements Fe, Hg, U, Te, and Y, which is considered a Group A element?
Of the elements Pt, Sc, V, and Kr, which is a nonmetal?
What is each vertical column of elements in the periodic table called?
What criterion is used to arrange the elements in columns on the periodic table?
Who first arranged the elements according to atomic mass and noticed a periodic recurrence of their physical and chemical properties?
Who first arranged the elements according to nuclear charge?
From top to bottom in a group of elements, ionization energies tend to
From top to bottom in most groups of elements, atomic radii tend to
Not including the noble gases, which area of the periodic table has the highest electronegativities?
The electron affinity of an atom typically depends on the
Of the elements Fe, Li, Te, and He, which is considered a Group B element?
Which of the following elements is a transition metal?
Which of the following elements is a Group 1 metal?
Which of the following elements is a lanthanide?
Which of the following elements is a noble gas?
From left to right in a period of elements, ionization energies tend to
Which of the following elements is classified as a halogen?
Of the elements Na, C, Si, and P, which is a metal?
Elements from which two families would most likely combine with each other to create salts?
What is each horizontal row of elements in the periodic table called?
the time from seed to sprout
true leaves
heart shaped leaves that are thick and green
embryo
the part of the flower that holds the pollen
cm graph paper
a guess about what you think might happen
seed coat
the transfer of pollen from the anther to the stigma
stigma
The atomic mass of an atom can be found by
The value of the atomic mass of an atom is
The isotope sodium-20 has how many neutrons?
The isotope sodium-20 has how many protons?
Isotopes of an element will always have the same
Molar mass is measured in units of
A mole is the amount of a substance that contains as many particles as the number of atoms in 12 grams of what isotope?
All atoms of the same element have the same
Isotopes of the same element have different
Isotopes of the same element have different
Creon's despiration and fury are most clearly evident in his order that
Haemon's main purpose in talking with his father is to
When facing Creon, Ismene begs to be
As the play begins, Creon has issued an order to
What is the most important factor in Antigone's decision to bury Polynecies??
Who is the antagonist in this play?
Ismene's refusal to bury her brother reflects her
Polyneices and Eteocles died while
Eteocles and Polynecies are
How does Creon first learn of Antigone's crime against the state?
Putting things into orderly groups based on similar characteristics
An identification aid that uses sequential pairs of descriptive statements
Made up of one cell
Made up of many cells
Organisms that cannot make their own food
Organisms that make their own food
A kingdom make up of complex, multicellular organisms that lack cell walls, can usually move around, and quickly respond to their environment
A kingdom made up of complex, multicellular organisms that are usually green, have cell walls made of cellulose, cannot move around, and use the sun's energy to make food
A kindomg made up of nongreen, eukaryotic organisms that have no means of movement, reproduce by using spores, get food by breaking down substances
A kingdom of mostly one celled, eukaryotic organisms that are different from m plants, animals, and fungi
Which organelle allows substances in and out of the cell?
Which organelle directs cell activity?
Which organelle breaks down food to create energy?
What attaches to the Endoplasmic Reticulum and creates proteins?
What processes and moves materials around in the cell?
Which organelle sorts and packages proteins?
Which organelle contains digestive chemicals?
What is the gel-like substance that contains the organelles?
Eukaryotes and Prokaryotes are...
What are storage units?
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According to the Earth Science Reference Tables, three planets known as gas giants because of their large size and low density are
Which statement best describes how galaxies generally move?
In which group are the parts listed in order from oldest to youngest?
The average temperature of the planets
Which three planets are known as terrestrial planets because of their high density and rocky composition?
A student in New York State observed that the altitude of the Sun at noon is decreasing each day. During which month could the student have made these observations?
The moon rotates on its axis
What phase of the moon would we see from Earth when the moon is between the sun and the Earth
A lunar eclipse can only happen when the moon is in what phase?
Our current model of the solar system is
Which statement best describes the orbits of planets?
Where are cool, dim stars are found on an H-R Diagram?
Where is our solar system located in the Milky Way galaxy?
The electromagnetic spectrum
What is the distributive property?
What is an algebraic expression?
What are like terms?
What is inverse operation?
What is a coefficient?
What is a constant?
What is a term?
What is evaluate?
What is an equation?
What is inequality?
The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people. 10th amendment was added to resolve which of the following issues
Which of these Founders favored a strong national government and a loose interpretation of the United States Constitution?
Which of these parts of the United States Constitution contains fundamental liberties of American citizens?
In the 1780s, many Americans distrusted a strong central government. This distrust is best shown by the
In the United States, the use of implied powers, the amending process, and Supreme Court interpretations have resulted in
Which quotation from the United States Constitution provides for a Federal system of government (federalism)?
The system of checks and balances is best illustrated by the power of
One way in which the United States Constitution differed from the Articles of Confederation was that the Constitution
. At the Constitutional Convention of 1787, delegates from the small states most strongly supported the idea of
“The most stringent protection of free speech would not protect a man in falsely shouting fire in a theater and causing a panic.” Which interpretation of the Bill of Rights does this statement illustrate?
The United States Government is considered a federal system because
Antifederalists criticized the United States Constitution primarily because governing power was concentrated in the
Which document guarantees freedom of speech, the right to bear arms, and protection from unreasonable search and seizure?
Which feature of the Constitution prevents one branch of the national government from becoming too powerful?
At the Constitutional Convention (1787), the Great Compromise resolved the issue of congressional representation by
The years between the end of the American Revolution and the ratification of the Constitution are sometimes called the “critical period” because
Which speaker is expressing an idea that was included in the Great Compromise during the drafting of the Constitution in 1787?
Our national government should be strong. State governments should have only limited powers. The executive branch should have significant power. Who would who agree with this statement?
At the Constitutional Convention of 1787, the Great Compromise and the Three-fifths Compromise both involved the issue of how
Many Antifederalists opposed ratification of the Constitution until they were guaranteed
What is the first step in adding an amendment to the United States Constitution?
in 1850, 10k baptist churches, 13k Methodist churches, 700 Quaker churches, 5k Presbyterian churches --What best explains how the information shows the influence of American democracy?
The powers delegated by the proposed Constitution to the federal government are few and defined. Those which are to remain in the State governments are numerous and indefinite.-The Federalist Papers --James Madison would most likely agree with which?
the interior structure of the government, as that its several constituent parts may, by their mutual relations, be the means of keeping each other in their proper places. --What best explains how the idea expressed is reflected in US Govt?
But I cannot find a single State has laid the Taxes . . .. Let the several States be ever so negligent, the Confederation has given no Power to compel force. --what weakness of the Articles of Confederation is expressed?
Some Features of the Articles of Confederation • Each state had one vote • Laws required approval from 9 of the 13 states to pass • Congress lacked power to tax citizens --What argument did critics make about the Articles of Confederation?
One of the decisions reached at the Constitutional Convention in 1787 became known as the Three-Fifths Compromise. Which statement best explains support for this compromise?
The New Jersey Plan and the Virginia Plan proposed at the Constitutional Convention in 1787 disagreed with each other about the basis of representation in the legislative branch. What best explains the reason for this disagreement?
During the period from the Constitutional Convention until the final ratification of the Constitution, Federalists and Anti-Federalists made different arguments about the proper form of government for the US. Which is an anti-federalist argument?
north - Enslaved population SHOULD NOT be counted to determine representation in the House of Representatives. South - Enslaved population SHOULD NOT be counted for determining taxation ...What solution did the delegates design to resolve this debate
Which power of government does the Constitution reserve for Congress?
Which event did Shay’s Rebellion lead to?
The Preamble expands on which idea found in the Declaration of Independence?
What right is guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the Constitution?
He shall nominate, and by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, shall appoint Judges of the supreme Court—Constitution of the United States, Article II --How does the Constitution provide a check on the power of the judicial branch?
Which of the following is not a First Amendment right?
The Fourth Amendment protects individuals from unlawful searches and seizures. What does that mean?
Which of the following is not a purpose of the federal government?
What are the first ten amendments to the Constitution called?
How many senators represent each state in the Senate?
Our true policy is to steer clear of permanent alliances . . . . President Washington made this statement to warn against United States involvement in
Which speaker best describes the basic foreign policy of the United States until the late 1800’s?
Alexander Hamilton’s argument that the government has the power to create a National Bank is based on which part of the Constitution?
Actions and policies of the Government under President George Washington generally resulted in the
During George Washington’s presidency, the authority of the federal government was strengthened by the
One of my primary objectives is to form the tools so that the tools themselves shall fashion the work and give to every part its just proportions, which once accomplished, will give exceptional uniformity to the whole. --What did Eli Whitney promote?
How did Eli Whitney’s introduction of interchangeable parts contribute to industrialization in the United States?
In what way did the Northwest Ordinance of 1787 contribute to growing sectionalism within the United States?
What was a major reason for the rise of the Federalist and the Democratic - Republican parties during George Washington’s presidency?
Federalist =Strongest support in New England • Favored a strong central government • Supported by bankers and big business owners • Led by Alexander Hamilton --which of the following would support the federalist party?
• It would stimulate the economy by lending money to businesses • It would loan money to the govt when needed. • It would provide a place for the govt to deposit its money. --The above list includes reasons that Alex Hamilton gave in support of what
Allowed for the creation of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, and Wisconsin Allowed the territory to petition for statehood once the population of the territory reached 60,000 people. What does this list describe?
What is the main difference between Federalists and Anti-Federalists?
The major role of political parties in the United States is to
One factor that led to the formation of the first two political parties in the United States in the 1790s was the conflict over the
What is a mercenary?
What is a recruit?
What is inflation?
What does it mean when a person deserts?
What is an issue?
What is a blockade?
What does the word sustain mean?
What is a privateer?
What is a siege?
What does it mean to ratify something?
Alexander Hamilton urged Congress to pass a protective tariff to encourage the growth of
What was the result of many of the Supreme Court decisions made under Chief Justice John Marshall between 1801 and 1835?
The significance of the Supreme Court case Marbury v. Madison is that the decision
Our true policy is to steer clear of permanent alliances . . . . President Washington made this statement to warn against United States involvement in
Which speaker best describes the basic foreign policy of the United States until the late 1800’s?
The purpose of the Lewis and Clark expedition was to explore land gained through the
One effect of the Supreme Court decision in Marbury v. Madison (1803) was to
One result of the War of 1812 was that the United States
We must create a tax on goods entering our country to protect products made here in America. Our government must help support businesses when they are new and weak if we want them to grow in time. In the early 1800s, who would most likely say this?
How does a political cartoon portaying President Andrew Jackson as a King stomping on the consitution reflect the opinion of some of his opponents that the
In 1825, New York City was connected to the Great Lakes by the opening of the
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A serving of pasta provides 300 calories. This type of energy is called
The motion of charged particles that powers a fan. This type of energy is called
A diver stands at the edge of diving board. This type of energy is called
Ginga powe plant in Sodus collects the energy from the center of the atom. This type of energy is called
Riding your bike down a hill is and example of
Turning a generator with your hand to produce electricity is
When a ball is at the top of its bounce it has high amounts of
When a ball bounces and hits the ground, some energy is lost because of
Which would be the energy conversions necessary for you to make toast?
Which would be the energy conversions necessary for you to talk on the telephone?
What units are usually used to measure mass?
Matter can be described by its:
A balance measures an object\'s __________.
On earth, matter is usually found in how many forms or states?
Name the three states of matter.
Water can easily change its:
Air is _________.
Ice is a _________.
Water vapor is a _______.
What do the particles in a solid do?
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If the price of a certain stock is $32.50 per share and its earnings are $2.50 per share, what is the ratio of the earnings to the stock\'s price?
Maria sold 56 tickets to the school play and Jose sold 49 tickets. What is the ratio of the number of tickets Maria sold to the number of tickets Jose sold?
At the head office of Powco today, 6 took the bus or train, 9 walked, 15 rode bikes, 12 carpooled, and 6 drove. What is the ratio of people who carpooled to all employees?
Maria sold 35 tickets to the school play and Sarah sold 60 tickets. What is the ratio of the number of tickets Maria sold to the total number of tickets sold?
If the price of a certain stock is $25.00 per share and its earnings are $2.50 per share, what is the ratio of the stock's price to its earnings?
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Sarah sold 6 tickets to the school play and Jose sold 10 tickets. What is the ratio of the number of tickets Sarah sold to the total number of tickets sold?
At Powco today, 12 took the bus or train, 11 walked, 14 rode bikes, 11 carpooled, and 14 drove alone. What is the ratio of people who rode the train or bus to all employees?
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Translate into French: Do you like bacon? (inf.)
What am I asking if I say: Comment....?
Translate into French: Do you want to eat a sandwich with me?
Translate into English: Quelle heure est-il?
What am I asking if I say: "Porquoi...?"
Translate into French: How is he doing?
Translate to English: Tu aimes l'ordinateur?
What am I asking if I say: Où...?
Correct this sentence: Tu aimes le pizza, ne c'est pas?
What is the solar system?
What keeps the planets in orbit?
How many planets are in the solar system?
Which planet is almost the same size as Earth?
How do we know about the other planets?
Another word for "moon" is ____________.
Planets move in how many ways?
The statement "Pluto is a planet" is _______.
On Earth, what are the effects of the moon's gravitational pull?
On Mercury, you would weight:
Electricity is _______.
Electrons flow on a path called ________.
People use electrical circuits to __________.
What is used to make the circuits, or path that electricity can flow through, in our homes?
Electric current ____________.
We use electrical circuits to ________
Electric current flows like water in a river bed. What type of figurative language is this sentence?
Electric current can move in a path called ________.
Electricity is _______.
To have a current, electrical charges must be _______
Which is an example of a compound?
What characteristics do halogens and noble gases have in common?
Why does a balanced chemical equation support the Law of Conservation of Mass?
Which source of energy causes the most air pollution?
Which will most likely be the result if sources other than oil are not developed in the future?
Which are bioindicators in a stream?
What will most likely happen to the fossil record if an unconformity occurs?
Which provides the best evidence that climates on Earth have changed?
Which agency in the United States is responsible for developing water quality standards?
Athlete's Feet and Fungus are both caused by a:
Tapeworms and Ticks are both examples of:
The common cold and the flu are both caused by
How can biotechnology help farmers overcome sudden changes in the environment?
How are scientists able to produce corn that repels insects
A hawk catches a mouse. What does the hawk represent?
Which best explains why birds on the same species on the Galapagos Islands have different types of beaks?
What would cause some bacteria to remain alive when exposed to an antibiotic?
How do plants and animals get the food their cells need for energy?
Which is an example of an element?
Which remains the same during a chemical reaction?
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What is a gladiator?
What is the Circus Maximus?
Which of these is a republic?
What is a dictator?
What is the senate?
What is a Patrician?
What is a Plebeian?
What is the Pax Romana?
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What is Greek Fire?
What is a messiah?
What is blasphemy?
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Which heading best completes the partial outline below? I. ___________________________________ A. Quest for a trade route to East Asia B. Search for gold C. Desire to spread religious beliefs
1620 – The Mayflower sailed from Plymouth, England, with 120 Pilgrims on board..1682 – William Penn, a Quaker, established the colony of Pennsylvania...Which statement is best supported by this information?
Southern Colonies = Warm climate, good soil, long growing season. Which of the following describes the main southern economic activity?
The New England Colonies = rocky soil and winter that were long and cold- conditions which kept farm sizes small, the land was covered in forests, the coast was full of fish. What economic activity succeeded in New England?
The Southern Colonies benefited from soil that was fertile and a growing season that was long. The climate was warm and moist. The environmental characteristics of the Southern Colonies caused that region’s economy to be based on what activity?
In 1619, the Virginia Company agreed to create a legislative assembly. This became the House of Burgesses, the first legislative assembly in the American colonies. Why would members of the House of Burgesses most likely meet?
enact such just and equal Laws, Ordinances, Acts, Constitutions, and Officers, from time to time, as shall be thought most meet and convenient for the general Good of the Colony (Mayflower Compact). Why is this document important?
Navigation Act - no sugars, tobacco, cotton-wool shall be shipped from any . . . English plantations to any land . . . other than (England) - This legislation was intended mostly for the benefit of which group of people?
Navigation Act - no sugars, tobacco, cotton-wool shall be shipped from any . . . English plantations to any land . . . other than (England) - This legislation was enacted for what purpose?
Which new pattern of cultural diffusion between Europe and the Americas was initiated with the Spanish exploration in 1492?
North - depended mainly on fishing and lumber. South - mainly depended on large plantations. Which of the following would most likely be associated with the northern colonies?
The Pilgrims originally established Plymouth for what reason?
Why is the Charter of the Virginia Company of London a significant document in US History?
Which of the following is NOT true of the Treaty of Paris 1763?
The Mayflower Compact is important to the concept of a democratic society because it represents
Colonial-era New England town meetings and the Virginia House of Burgesses were both
“The only representatives of the people of these colonies are persons chosen therein by themselves; and that no taxes ever have been, or can be constitutionally imposed on them but by their respective legislatures.” - Draw a conclusion
Which heading best completes the partial outline below? I. ____________________________________ A. Committees of Correspondence B. Nonimportation Agreements C. Boston Tea Party D. First Continental Congress
Which statement is most accurate about the movement for independence in the thirteen colonies?
Ideas of John Locke : - Rulers receive the right to govern from the people. -Unjust rulers can be forced from power. Based on the quotation above, which form of government would John Locke most oppose?
Analyze the bullet points below. • natural rights • separation of powers • political equity The teachings of Enlightenment thinking listed above provided the basis for the:
''In these and the like Cases, when the Government is dissolved, the People are at liberty to provide for themselves, by erecting a new Legislative, differing from the other'' -John Locke...how did this idea influence the US?
Many colonists were angered by the Proclamation of 1763 because it
''proclamation of 1763, navigation acts, stamp acts, townshend acts'' -which of the following statements summarizes these acts?
The results of the French and Indian War (1754–1763) led to the independence movement in the thirteen colonies because the British
We then were ordered by our commander to open the hatches and take out all the chests of tea and throw them overboard . . .. In about three hours...we had overboard every tea chest'' Which statement best explains the reason for the event described?
Why did the British Parliament believe it had the right to levy taxes on American colonists in the 1760s?
What did the Proclamation Line of 1763 declare?
Of the concepts listed, which was the most significant cause of American discontent with British control?
A group of local teenagers are boycotting a clothing store. They are are gathering all of their apparel and burning it in the town square. -- Of the following choices, which historical event is similar to the fictional situation just described?
Which of the following is an incorrect match?
The Battle of Saratoga was significant in the Revolutionary War because it
Which statement about Valley Forge in the winter of 1777–1778 is most accurate?
proclamation of 1763, sugar act 1764, stamp act 1765, stamp act repealed 1766, Townshend Act 1767, Tea Act 1773, Boston Tea Party 1773, Intolerable Acts 1774, 1st continental congress 1774, DoI 1776 --What conclusion is best supports this timeline?
proclamation of 1763, sugar act 1764, stamp act 1765, stamp act repealed 1766, Townshend Act 1767, Tea Act 1773, Boston Tea Party 1773, Intolerable Acts 1774, 1st continental congress 1774, DoI 1776 --Which event happened before 1763?
During the American Revolution, several thousand free African Americans joined the Patriot side of the war. Which motivation best explains the reason they fought?
“I urge you to remain peaceful and keep out of this war between England and the colonies. We must not abandon our beliefs.” To which group did the author of this passage most likely belong?
Which sequence of events is in the correct order?
What is the meaning of the separated snake ''Join, or Die'' political cartoon?
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” What is the source of this quotation
Which of the following arguments best defends the battle of Bunker Hill as the most significant battle during the revolutionary war?
Which of the following arguments best defends the battle of Saratoga as the most significant battle during the revolutionary war?
Which of the following arguments best defends the Battle of Lexington and Concord as the most significant battle during the revolutionary war?
Which of the following arguments best defends the Battle of Trenton (near the Delaware River) as the most significant battle during the revolutionary war?
Which of the following arguments best defends the Battle of Yorktown as the most significant battle during the revolutionary war?
The pamphlet Common Sense, by Thomas Paine, aided the American cause in the Revolutionary War because it
During the Revolutionary War period, Thomas Paine’s Common Sense was important because it
Which fundamental political idea is expressed in the Declaration of Independence?
According to the Declaration of Independence, the people have the right to alter or abolish a government if that government
A major argument for American independence found in the Declaration of Independence was that the British
One of the principles stated in the Declaration of Independence is that government should
The Declaration of Independence (1776) has had a major influence on peoples throughout the world because it
According to the Declaration of Independence, the fundamental purpose of government is to
One goal of the Declaration of Independence was to
Which phrase from the Declaration of Independence most clearly reflects the idea that the people are the source of government?
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” This reflects beliefs derived from
“. . . We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” What is this document?
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness' Which statement summarizes this passage?
Which passage from the Declaration of Independence conflicts with the practice of slavery?
What was the function of the Declaration of Independence?
Which of the following ideas is not reflected in the Declaration of Independence?
“…give me liberty or give me death!” “A government of our own is our natural right…” “We must indeed all hang together or, most assuredly, we shall all hang separately.” During the Revolution, these statements were made by members of which group?
Which statement best describes the geocentric model of our solar system?
Compared to the distances between the planets of our solar system, the distances between stars are usually
Impact craters are more obvious on the Moon than on Earth because
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Which is the best reason to conserve the natural resources of Earth?
In which ocean zone is the greatest number of producers found?
Why are large numbers of fish usually found in areas of upwelling?
Which will most likely result if hot water is continually dumped into a stream?
Why is chlorine added to swimming pools?
Which statement is true about undisturbed layers of rock on the side of a mountain?
Which is true about the continents of the world?
Which is a treatment for bacterial diseases?
What is the best way people can avoid diseases caused by viruses?
Which would least likely influence global climate changes?
What will most likely happen to a population of rabbits if the foxes who prey on rabbits become extinct
Which best determines the number of wolves that can live in an area?
Based on the fossil records, what is true about the populations of organisms that lived on Earth?
Which foods provide the healthiest nutrients and assist in digestion?
Which element has properties of both metals and nonmetals?
The choices below list one example of a physical change and two examples of a chemical change. Which is a physical change?
What would most likely happen if wind and solar energy were used instead of burning oil and coal?
How does the use of renewable energy affect nonrenewable energy resources?
What is one way to reduce ocean pollution?
Which would best indicate that lake water may be unsafe to drink?
Which best help scientists to estimate the age of Earth?
How do scientists know that some mountains were once at the bottom of an ocean?
Which is a product of biotechnology?
Which scientific field is responsible for developing medicines that fight against infectious diseases?
How does water availability affect population size?
Which is an example of a decomposer?
Which characteristic would provide the best evidence that species of livings crabs and lobsters are related to extinct trilobite species?
Which statement best describes most of the species that have lived on Earth?
Which best describes why sunlight is important for the survival of green plants?
Which best explains the process of digestion?
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A pillow is...
Another word for "une affiche" is....
Le bureau is...
La salle de bain has...
Which is NOT found in le salon?
La salle a manger is...
Which of the following would NOT be in la cuisine?
What is the hallway?
Le jardin is...
a triangular piece of glass or plastic that bends light
colors that can be made by blending primary colors
tiny solid particles that provide color by absorbing wavelengths of light
the color model in which primary colors of light combine and produce all other colors
the color model that uses subtractive color mixing
waves of light that contain a mixture of wavelengths that the human eye can detect
the wavelengths that we can see are located in what area of the electromagnetic spectrum
the light that is reflected by an object determines
a blue shirt reflects
which of the following is not an option when sunlight strikes an object
The layer of the atmosphere where weather occurs.
The layer of the atmosphere where the ozone layer is located
The layer of the atmosphere closes to Space
The layer of the atmosphere closes to Earth
Which layer of the atmosphere is directly below the thermosphere?
What type of waves bounce off particles in the Ionosphere?
If there is high pressure on one side of the room and low pressure on the other, which direction would the air move?
Which gas is found in the largest amount in the air?
Which is the second most abundant gas in the air?
As altitude increases in the troposphere, what happens to the air temperature?
A researcher found shark fossils on top of a mountain. This evidence suggests which of the following about this region?
Index fossils help scientists estimate the age of a rock because index fossils species only existed for a relatively short time. What happened to the species that are now used
To be useful, an index fossil must be:
A scientist who studies fossils is a:
The Law of Superposition states that:
An intrusion is:
A trace fossil:
Which of the following is NOT an example of preserved remains?
When scientists find a hollow area in sediment in the shape of an organism, they have found a:
Fossils and bones are different because:
Which is NOT part of the Earth’s water cycle?
Which of the following is involved in some way in the formation of clouds?
Plants produce food in a process called
Carbon is
Heat energy moves in predictable ways, flowing from
Nitrogen makes up ___________ of earth’s atmosphere.
Nitrogen is needed by all living things to make . . .
The largest amount of nitrogen is found
Nitrogen in the atmosphere reaches the soil in which way?
Which part of the water cycle involves water changing into vapor?
Animals and humans get their nitrogen from
Which item listed below is NOT needed by plants to make food?
What causes seasonal change?
Plants have a good relationship with the animals and humans because . . .
Which is NOT an example of condensation?
The primary source of energy for the earth's atmosphere is. . .
Water vapor is. . .
The transfer of heat through direct contact is. . .
Which of the following is an example of convection?
Which of the following are factors that impact climate?
Animals and humans get their nitrogen from
Which item listed below is NOT needed by plants to make food
What causes seasonal change?
Plants have a good relationship with animals and humans because. . .
Which is NOT an example of condensation?
Which of the following is NOT a type of heat transfer?
This type of heat transfer is the way heat moves in liquids and gasses.
In order for two objects to transfer heat by conduction they must
Which of the following is an example of radiation?
Which type of heat transfer would allow you to cook food?
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The amount of money left after taxes and deductions are subtracted.
Something given or received in return for investing or saving.
To convince someone to do something by advising or urging.
Putting money into a venture that may turn a profit or make interest.
The probability that loss will occur.
Money that is paid or received for work.
Something that is produced by labor.
Things we must have in order to survive.
Money that is subtracted from wages.
To give information about a product or service in order to sell it.
Who was the 23rd United States President
Who was president during World War I?
Which president enacted the Emancipation Proclamation?
Which president enacted the New Deal?
Who was the tallest United States President?
Who was the shortest United States President?
Who was the oldest United States President to be inaugurated?
Which President served the shortest term in office?
Which president served the longest term in office?
Who was the youngest president inaugurated?
What do you mix with a color to get a tint?
What do you mix with a color to get a shade?
What do you mix with a color to get a tone?
What do you mix with a color to get a hue?
The lighter things are the ___________ they appear.
These are the purest and brightest colors.
Another name for a ________ is a pastel.
A ___________ is known as a masculine color.
A _________ is frequently used in interior design.
The darker things are the ___________ they appear.
Student will be given extra time to complete the assignment in advisory.
Student will be given time to work with a peer tutor during advisory.
Student will be seated in the front of the classroom.
Student will recieve copies of the teacher's notes prior to the lesson presentation.
Student is required to complete only two out of the three article summaries as required in the course.
When the school read Working in the Shadows, the instructional level students only read the chapter about lettuce growing.
Student is required to complete Khan Academy videos prior to retaking a test.
Teacher divides students up based on pre-test scores and meets with a small group to further explain areas in which students were deficient..
The teacher works with the student in setting up color coded folders and learning how to use planner effectively in increasing organizational skills.
The average computer user blinks only 7 times a minute, less than half of the normal rate of 20.
According to the Earth Science Reference Tables , the temperature of rock located 1,000 kilometers below the Earth's surface is about
The thinnest section of the Earth's crust is found beneath
Which of the following is NOT a type of volcanic magma?
Viscosity is
In which ares are volcanoes least likely to coour
The occurrence of high-heat flows at the ridge center provides evidence of the
Mid-ocean ridges (rifts) normally form where tectonic plates are
Which Layer of Earth is the thickest?
Which of the following is not a type of plate boundary?
seafloor spreading has been proved because of
Spring tides happen when
Ehich parameter does not affect global oceanic circulation
Volcanoes are associated with what kind of plate boundary?
Large-Scale Plate Movemtnts occur because of
how many oceans are there?
The Four Oceans are?
California is on the ________ Coast?
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A transformation in which each point of a figure has an image that is the same distance from the line of reflection as the original point.
A transformation in which a figure is turned about a fixed point.
A transformation in which the figure is moved such that ever point is equidistant from the pre-image
A transformation in which the image has been shrunk, enlarged from the pre-image
Transformation that preserve length.
Given (x, y) -- (x + 2, y), what would be the component form of the following translation?
Given A(1, 1) and (x, y) -- (x - 2, y + 3), where would A' fall?
Given K(1, -1) is reflected across the y-axis where would the image fall?
Given A(1, 3) is rotated 90 degree clockwise, where would the image fall?
How many oceans are there?
In Illinois, we live in the...?
What are the five oceans?
How many hemishperes does the Earth have?
New York is on the ______ coast?
What are the 4 hemispheres called?
How many cardindal directions are there?
Longitude means...
What are the Cardinal directions?
The place on the map that shows what symbols mean is?
What is a resolution?
Which of the following is a definition of effigy?
What is a boycott?
What does repeal mean?
What does the word rebellion mean?
Define the word violate.
What is propaganda?
What does the term occupy mean?
What was the Committee of Correspondence?
What is a minuteman?
What is a loyalist?
What is a Patriot?
What is a petition?
What is a preamble?
Why did the Roman's use arches?
What was the purpose of an aqueduct?
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