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How do you find perimeter?
How do you find circumference?
What is the formula for the area of a rectangle?
What is the formula for area of a triangle?
How do you find the area of a circle?
How do you find the surface area of a rectangle prism?
How do you find the surface area of a cylinder?
How do you find the volume of a 3D figure?
What does 'big B' stand for?
What units do you use when working with volume?
A square with a side length of 7 cm has a perimeter of?
A rectangle with a length of 10 and a height of 9 has an area of what?
A circle with a diameter of 6 feet has an area of what?
A triangle with a base of 7 m and a height of 9 m has an area of what?
A cone with a height of 5 and a radius of 2.5 in has a volume of?
A rectangular prism with a length of 6 in, a height of 6 in, and a width of 9 in, has a volume of?
A prism with a triangular base has a base of 5 and a height of 9. If the prism is 10 in long, what is the volume of the whole figure?
A circle with radius 7 cm has a circumference of?
A rectangular prism with length 6 in, height 7 in, and width 8 in has a surface area of?
What units do you use when working with surface area?
To calculate the speed and velocity take:
The main difference between speed and velocity is that velocity includes this:
Total distance divided by total time equals:
This is how fast you would be going if you traveled 100 miles in 1/2 an hour:
To tell if something is moving it must be compared to this type of point:
5 m/s/s could also be written as:
An object that is slowing down:
On a speed graph, this is impossible:
An object can be accelerating even if its speed is constant if it:
An object that is NOT accelerating could be sitting still or doing this:
Soupy mixture in your stomach after food sits?
Separate muscle contractions which helps move food?
Purpose of digestion is?
Organ that separates water and food and produces waste?
Biggest organ that produces bile?
First part of small intestine that neutralizes acids from the stomach?
Holding area for waste (feces) before it leavves the body?
Storage area for bile?
Organ largely responsible for absorption of nutrients?
Organ that churns food and breaks it down into chyme?
Organ with little known function; attached to large intestine?
What’s the purpose of villi in small intestine?
What prevents food from entering your nasal cavity?
What prevents food from entering your wind pipe (trachea)?
Two places where peristalsis occurs in digestion system?
What transports water and waste to the bladder from the kidneys?
What does urine empty the body through?
What regulates fluid volume?
Part of the kidney where blood is filtered?
Bile, insulin, enzymes are .....
To calculate momentum you must take the mass times:
Which object has the highest momentum?
This law states that the momentum before and after a collision must be the same:
Which of the following has the largest momentum:
This would be the momentum of a 200 g rock moving at a velocity of 4 mi/h.
A speed graph would have these two things on its axis:
On a typical speed/velocity graph a flat horizontal line would mean the object did this:
On a typical acceleration graph, these are what you would label on the two axis:
On an acceleration graph, an straight line angled down means:
A car braking goes from 60 mi/h to 30 mi/h in 3 seconds would have an acceleration of?
Who proposed the continental drift hypothesis in 1912?
Which of these is the thinnest?
What drives the plate movement?
Which type of fault has motion that occurs is a sideways fashion?
Which type of fault involves compression?
At a convergent boundary between an oceanic plate and a continental plate, material is ___________________.
The San Andreas fault is an excellent example of a ______________ fault.
Which of these does NOT provide some evidence for plate tectonics?
One plate goes under another in a __________________.
Where are some of Earth's youngest rocks found?
Energy of motion
Energy of vibrations
Thermal is
Energy of the flow of electrons ;
Which form is made by burning wood?
Which of these is NOT an example of reflection
What happens when light hits a prism?
What is an example of refraction?
Someones black hair was feeling HOT.A blondes hair wasn't as hot what is this?
What is an example of absorption
This part of the heart prevents oxygen rich and oxygen poor blood from mixing
Lower chamber of the heart
Largest artery in the heart. Recieves blood from left ventricle
Where does blood flow when it leaves the right atrium
Where does blood flow when it leaves the left ventricle
When blood leaves the right ventricle, where does it flow
Most common blood type
Rarest blood type
When diagraming the heart, what does blue signify?
When diagraming the heart, what does red signify?
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According to John 1:1 who or what was in the beginning with God?
With wich personal pronoun did John refer to the Word?
To whom did John credit for the creation of all things?
What did the Word become?
Who gave the Law of Moses to the Israelites?
Who gave the Law of Christ to the world?
John the baptizer said that he was not the what?
John said that he was the fulfillment of a prophesy made by whom?
John said that he was not worthy to loose who's sandal strap?
Where was John baptizing?
What did John call Jesus, when he saw Him?
John said that he had seen the Spirit of God descending upon Jesus, like a what?
Who did Andrew invite to come and see Jesus?
What nickname did Jesus give to Simon?
Who did Philip invite to come and see Jesus?
What was the name of Simon and Andrew's father?
Who did Jesus cal an Israelite, in whom is not deceit?
Where did Jesus say he had seen Nathaniel, earlier?
What did Nathaniel call Jesus?
Jesus told Nathaniel that he would see what?
In what town was the wedding feast that Jesus attended, in John 2?
The hosts of the wedding feast ran out of what?
Who told Jesus that the hosts of the wedding feast had run out of wine?
How many stone vessels did Jesus command to be filled with water?
Each of the stone vessels contained about how much water?
Jesus turned water into what?
John declared this event to be the beginning of what?
What feast did Jesus attend in Jerusalem, in John 2?
What did Jesus do to the money changer's tables, at the Temple?
When Jesus said, Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up, what was He talking about?
Nicodemus was a what?
What did Nicodemus call Jesus?
To see the kingdom of God, Jesus said that one must be what?
Jesus said that, to be born again, on must be what?
Jesus said that He must be lifted up, even as Moses lifted up the what, in the wilderness?
Where was John baptizing people, in John 3?
Why was John baptizing people at Aenon, near Salim?
What did John say about Jesus, in John 3?
About what did John's disciples dispute with the Jews, in John 3?
What did John Call Jesus, in John 3?
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Things that make life more interesting and fun, but are not necessary.
An alternative to something else.
The price paid for a product or service.
A situation favorable for attainment of a goal.
The total amount of money earned.
Money set aside to be used in the future.
The amount of money you take home after taxes and deductions.
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Any change over time is a:
A car that can go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 3 seconds has an acceleration of:
200 cm/s is the same as this many m/s:
A vector is anything that has magnitude and:
A possible unit for acceleration is:
The formula used to find the rate of acceleration can also be used to find:
Setting your cruise control on your car is an example of:
When a pool cue hits a pool ball you are transferring:
A large truck going 50 mi/h west and a small car going 50 mi/h east have the same:
A light year is a unit for:
Which of the following is heterozygous?
Which of the following is homozygous?
Which best describes co-dominance?
Which best describes incomplete dominance?
Who is known as the father of genetics?
If R represents round seeds and r represents oval seeds, which of the following will have oval seeds?
If R represents round seeds and r represents oval seeds, what would be the genotype of a male heterozygous round breeding with a female homozygous round?
When a dominant gene is present which is true?
Which of the following is an example of phenotype?
Which of the following is a genotype?
At a divergent boundary between two oceanic plates, material is _________________.
At a transform boundary between two continental plates, material is _______________.
What is plate tectonics?
What is a plate?
What is the name of the type of basaltic crust that moves under less dense crust?
About how fast are Earth's tectonic plates moving, on average?
The theory of continental drift was proposed by Alfred Wegner based on what observation?
What is a fault?
Which is not a type of fault?
Along which type of plate boundary is new crust commonly created?
to have as a part of something
to make smaller
very important
awkward to carry because of shape, size, or weight
all tools and machines humans create to make their lives easier
the process of making or improving something
to show
a place on the wall where you can plug in electrical cords
an abbreviation for the word application when referring to technology
being able to do something
About how big was a long-playing record?
Which one of these is NOT a benefit of an MP3 player?
How is a single song stored on a MP3 player?
What piece of equipment was used to play 45-inch records?
Fill in the blank: Music is the to our lives.
What is one activity that you probably could NOT do while using an MP3 player?
If an MP3 player is considered compress in size, this means it's
True or False: MP3 players are powered by a WiFi signal
What material allowed music to be played on a record?
CD and record players tend skip or jump because
What is not evidence for plate tectonics?
What is the name of the process in which oceanic crust moves apart at mid-ocean ridges due to convection currents in the mantle?
Where are rocks generally the oldest?
When scientists looked at the polarity of bands of rock on either side of the mid-ocean ridges, what did they find?
What does not happen near a subduction zone?
Alfred Wegener proposed the _________________________ in 1912.
Which term BEST describes what a plate is made of?
What is the driving force behind plate tectonics?
The upper, plastic-like part of Earth that the plates ride on is called the _____.
Which of these is closest to the maximum thickness of a plate?
New material is created at which of these types of plate boundaries?
Material is destroyed at which of these types of plate boundaries?
When two plates of the same density collide, what will most likely happen?
The Himalayas formed when ________________.
A geologic term for
Which BEST describes the ages of the rocks on opposite sides of, and the same distance from, a seafloor spreading center?
What causes the seafloor to move apart at a seafloor spreading center?
Which mountain range formed in a similar way to the Andes of South America?
Who proposed the continental drift hypothesis in 1912?
What are the driving forces behind plate tectonics?
Earth's thinnest layer is the _________________________.
Which of these layers is the coolest?
The _________________________ is composed of Earth's crust and solid upper mantle.
Earth's rocky outer layer is the ________________________.
The part of Earth's rocky outer layer that makes up the landmasses is the ___________________.
The part of Earth's rocky outer layer that makes up the floor of the ocean basins is the __________________.
Earth's inner core is ______________________because it is _____________________.
The average thickness of Earth's lithosphere is _______________________ kilometer(s).
Select the sequence that lists Earth's layers from hottest to coolest.
Continental crust is made largely of _________________, which oceanic crust is made largely of ________________.
Which layer is the ozone layer found?
Which layer contains the ionosphere and the exosphere?
Which layer is 80% of the atmosphere\'s mass?
Which layer contains the jet stream?
Which layer protects the Earth from meteoroids?
Which layer contains charged particles that are important for radio communication?
Which layer contains all weather?
Which layer has temperature levels up to 2000 degrees Celsius?
Which layer is the coldest layer of the atmosphere?
Which layer is the hottest layer of the atmosphere?
_________________________ is a measurement of heat.
In what types of matter does convection occur?
During convection, hot substances _____________________ while cooler substances ________________.
Heat moves from __________________ to __________________ places.
A _____ is a crack in Earth's crust along which there has been movement.
In a convection cycle, what causes plastic-like material to sink?
Within which of these layers does convection occur?
In which layer does the temperature vary the MOST
___________________moves from hotter places to colder places.
_____ in Earth's _____ is the up and down movements of plastic-like material within that layer.
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If you speak Dutch where are you from?
The city of Danzig is located in what country?
Poutine is a native to dish to the strange people of what province?
What country speaks Portuguese in South America?
Is Scotland a country?
If you are born in Algeria you are a
This is the largest country in the world
Sicily is a
The longest river in the world is
People from France can be considered
Which ISM invovles a closed economy based on collectivism?
Which ISM describes a system of free market economy
Which ISM is concerned with women's rights?
A proponent of this ISM was Emma Goldman?
This ISM has a market economy and a very large public service sector
This ISM is associated with tangible objects
This ISM is deeply spiritual
This renegade ISM operates outside of traditional geopolitical borders
This ISM is associated with absolute power
The essential parts of this ISM come from the Vedas
How often should I break from teaching?
I use the following resources in my classroom:
When should I review the syllabus?
What is considered an online academic activity?
What percentage of my students have perfect attendance each month?
The color of the sky is:
August 2014 has five Fridays and Saturdays.
How long has BMC been around?
What is the average of a BMC students?
What percentage of the student population is female?
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I work in the fields and grow crops
Come to me if your hair is too long
My clothing protects me from heat and fire
My most valuable tool for my job is my camera
My uniform is a swimsuit
Checkout with me before you leave the store
Come to me if you have a fever or runny nose
I will cook your meal at the resturant
I built your house and many building around town
By which process does most water vapor enter the atmosphere?
Which change would result in an increase in the rate at which water evaporates from an outdoor swimming pool?
As a sample of very moist air rises from sea level to a higher altitude, the probability of condensation occurring in that air sample will
An airmass from the Gulf of Mexico, moving north into New York State, has a high relative humidity. What other characteristics will it probably have?
Water vapor enters the atmosphere by the processes of evaporation and
Most of the energy in the Earth's atmosphere comes from
The energy gained by water during evaporation is later released by the water vapor during the process of
Which statement is the best example of heat energy transfer by conduction?
Which example of heat transfer is due mainly to convection?
If equal masses of water in various phases (states ) are compared, which phase will contain the greatest amount of stored energy (latent heat)?
Balance is designing
Symmetrical balance means
Symmetrical balance is good for what kind of designs
Asymmetrical design is typically
Asymmetrical Balance is good for _____ designs
Rhythm is the repetition or alternation of elements
Rhythm can create a sense of
Emphasis is
Proportion is a comparison between objects
Unity is how the entire project is different in several ways
What type of clouds are puffy and white?
What type of clouds are usually found low in the sky?
What type of clouds are thin and usually show a weather change?
What type of clouds are known as fair weather clouds?
What kind of weather would you find with cumulonimbus clouds?
True or false: clouds are made from smoke.
True or false: there are many more types of clouds than just 4.
You can use clouds to...
True or false: clouds are formed when water vapor condenses
What are clouds made of?
What is CARF?
What does accreditation mean?
Why do we want accreditation?
Curative currently has accreditation in which two services lines?
What will happen when they come here?
What is our goal for the survey?
What information do they want to know about?
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Find the sum of the arithmetic series: 8, 13, 18, 23, 28
Find the sum of the arithmetic series: 11, 13, 15, 17, 19
Find the sum of the arithmetic series: 4, 14, 24, 34
Find the sum of the arithmetic series: a1 = 14, an = 98, n = 15
Find the sum of the arithmetic series: a1 = 8, an = 73, n = 14
Find the sum of the geometric series: -2 + 4 - 8 + 16..., n = 7
Find the sum of the geometric series: -2 - 12 - 72 - 432..., n = 6
Find the sum of the geometric series: -2 - 12 - 72 - 432..., n = 8
Find the sum of the geometric series: a1 = 3, r = -3, n = 10
Find the sum of the geometric series: a1 = -4, r = 5, n = 8
Brightly colored flowers are useful for plants because they
Which structure of a bird is correctly paired with its function
What is the main function of the spines on a prickly cactus
The long neck on a baby giraffe is
A boy and his sister both play piano. Playing piano is an example of
A fox has dark fur in the summer which turns white for the winter. This is an example of
A baby crying is an example of
A bee flying is an example of
Dog retrieving a stick is an example of
Driving a go cart is an example of
All cells have an outer covering called a
Scientists separate cells into _________ groups.
_____________ are tough, rigid, outer coverings that protect plant cells and give them shape.
Water is able to move freely into and out of the cell through the cell _______________
The _________________ directs all cell activity.
In plant cells, food is made in ___________________.
A cell is the ____________________ unit capable of performing life functions.
Some _____________________ process energy, and others manufacture substances needed by the cell.
The energy in food is stored until it is released by the _____________________.
Cells make their own proteins on structures called ________________.
___________________ package proteins into vesicles.
Organelles called _______________________ contain digestive chemicals that help break down food molecules.
A tissue is a group of similar __________________ that function together.
An organ is a structure made up of two or more different types of _____________ working together.
____________ is a strand of hereditary material surrounded by a protein coating.
A _____________ is a group similar cells that work together to do one job.
An organelle that digests food molecules and wastes inside the cell is called a ______________.
A group of organs working together to perform a certain function is called a _____________.
The ______________ moves materials around in cell.
The pigment in plants that captures light energy and produces sugar molecules for food is __________.
The scientist who concluded that all animals are made up of cells was ______________
The cell theory is mainly based on the conclusions of __________________.
The _______________ is the gelatin-like material inside the cell membrane.
Cells in a many-celled organism all _______________.
Structures that can store water, food, and waste products inside the cell are called_______________.
In what year did Hooke name the little boxes he saw under his microscope?
Virchow proposed that cells come from cells that already exist in __________.
Schleiden studied plant parts under a microscope in _____________.
Schwann observed many different animal cells and came to a conclusion in __________.
A plant cell has 2 things an animal cell does not have including
What was Timothy going to do to try to rescue Phillip and himself?
What type of shelter did Timothy make?
What work did Timothy want Phillip to do?
What fun did Timothy have as a young man?
What did Timothy think about Stew Cat?
How was Phillip able to get around the island?
What did Phillip use to catch a fish?
What sounds did the ocean make?
What did Phillip say to Timothy?
Why did Timothy and Phillip eat a large meal?
What is a vertical section of soil from the surface down to the bedrock?
The size of pore spaces will determine a soil's...
Another name for the B Horizon is...
Humus is a mixture of...
Plants always grow into the...
Large plants, such as trees, sometimes grow into the...
When studying soil it is important to know...
Soil is usually transported due to...
Soil is important for...
Which of the following is NOT a way that soil is formed?
The ideal communist society would have:
In reality, most communist societies:
The U.S. policy intended to stop the spread of communism was called:
The President who pledged to help countries establish democracy was:
The purpose of the Marshall Plan was to:
After World War II, Germany and the city of Berlin:
Which is true of the Berlin Wall?
Which is true of Mao Zedong?
Which idea led to American involvement in the Korean conflict?
The 38th Parallel:
The Cuban Missile Crisis occurred because:
The Cuban Missile Crisis is important because:
The United Nations took the place of what organization?
The main purpose of the United Nations is to:
Sputnik was the first:
The Soviet Union set up satellite states mainly to:
The U.S. became involved in Vietnam because:
This term, experienced under President Nixon, refers to an easing of tensions during the Cold War:
This leader of the Soviet Union allowed satellite nations more freedom:
Nationalism in Yugoslavia after the fall of the Soviet Union led to:
Earth’s crust is broken into many ___________.
The type of heat transfer the Sun's energy uses to reach Earth.
Convection is. . .
When magma heats water underground, the result may be.
Volcano type with gently sloping mountain look and quiet eruptions.
__________ forms when magma chamber collapses at the top center part of a volcano.
___________ is Earth's layer that is solid but also flows due to convection currents.
Dormant volcano is. . .
Lava is called __________ when it is still deep underground.
Opening or a vent in the Earth's crust that exposes magma/lava
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The teacher asked you to read your paper to the class.
The teacher sent you a card when you were sick?
You didn't eat breakfast and started feeling ill?
You saw a classmate stealing money from someone's wallet?
The teacher took your cell phone for texting during class?
A friend wanted you to steal some chips from the cafeteria.
You weren't able to see the board well?
You did not know how to find the book in the library?
Mom needed help and you were watching TV?
According the teachings of Confucius, the key to the successful organization of society is that
Taoism and Shintoism are similar in that both religions stress
The Koran, jihad, and the hegira are most closely associated with the practice of
Traditional animistic beliefs in Africa, Asia, and Latin America are based on
Jewish religions and cultural identity has been greatly influenced by
Mansa Musa’s journey to Mecca in the 1300’s is evidence that
The Eightfold Path, the Four Noble Truths, and the concept of nirvana are associated with the religion of
Which values are most closely associated with the fundamental principles of Buddhism?
A belief of animism is that
Judaism, Islam, and Christianity share a belief in
Which statement best explains why most of the population of the people’s Republic of China live in the eastern third of the nation?
In the Ancient Kingdom of Mali and in the Roman Republic, an important feature of life was the development of
Which statement best explains the periods of the Gupta Empire of India, the Golden Age of Greece, and the Renaissance in Italy?
One way in which Medieval European society, Latin American colonial society, and society in Imperial China were similar is that each
Which idea did Napoleon Bonaparte, Sun Yat-Sen, and Simone Bolivar have in common?
ighteenth-century Russia and nineteenth-century Japan were similar in that both countries
Until the 1500’s, China and Japan were similar in that both
During the Middle Ages, Europeans did not eat potatoes or corn because these vegetables
One way in which Medieval European society, Latin American colonial society, and society in Imperial China were similar is that each
The societies of traditional China, Feudal Japan, and Czarist Russia were all characterized by
Which command on the Page Layout Ribbon enables a user to flip objects on a worksheet?
John wants to create a chart that shows trends of sales for 4 quarters. What type of chart should he create?
Which command on the Insert Ribbon enables a user to insert a picture of a program window into a worksheet?
Which is the name of an interactive graphical representation of data that allows a user to change the groupings?
Which command on the Insert Ribbon inserts a graphic from the Microsoft Office collection into a worksheet?
What is a visual way to show how two variables relate to each other in a table?
What ribbon contains the commands for creating charts in Microsoft Excel?
Which Chart Tools Ribbon tab allows a user to select from a gallery of chart styles?
Which ribbon contains commands to add a comment about a selected cell in a worksheet?
In a worksheet, which command suggests other words with a similar meaning that can be used?
What command limits structural changes, such as adding, deleting, or moving sheets, that can be made in a workbook?
Joan wants to see her sales representatives in numerical order with the sales person who sold the least at the top. Which sorting option should she choose?
David only wants to view the employees in the Marketing department who earn a salary of more than $25,000. What command should he use to complete this task?
Trey would like to apply a rule to the data in cell range A1:F20 that will highlight numbers greater than 50,000 with a yellow fill color and dark yellow text. Which formatting style should he select?
Joan has created a spreadsheet that displays sales of her employees. She would like to view only those employees with sales above $25,000 who are from Region 3. What option will allow her to do that?
What is the process of bringing data containing text fields separated by commas into Excel called?
What Home Ribbon group contains the command used for quickly converting selected cells to a table by choosing a table style?
Amy would like to quickly create a form in layout view so that she can easily modify contents and formatting. Which option uses layout view and gives the user greater control over the form's appearance while displaying the data?
Curt needs to finish a database project from yesterday. What action should he take in order to start working on the database?
Johnny has planned his baseball card database and determined a logical arrangement. What is his next step?
The secretary for FBLA has been given a directive to create a file with in which contains one or more spreadsheet. Which of the following would she use:
Ms James uses a program to arrange cells into columns and rows that organize, analyze, calculate and report information, usually in numeric form. The type of program best suited for this task is a/an
What are the individual location of worksheet called:
From the information in question four the cells that the information was entered into forms a rectangle. This is known as a/an:
The information (B16:B45) is used to identify which of the following:
Ms James had information that has the potential of being used in a calculation in a spreadsheet. This information such as the date can be described as
Ms James types an equation into a spreadsheet to do a calculation this can be identified as a:
Ms James goes even further to use and in built command to assist her with additional calculations she has to perform. This is known as a:
Which of the following usually begins a formula:
The mathematical operator that is used to indicate the division is the:
What are pourquoi stories?
What does Pourquoi mean?
What do pourquoi tales describe?
Who were the main characters in the tale How Bear Lost His Tail?
What was the setting of the story?
What was Bear's proudest possession?
What did Fox have that Bear wanted?
What character quality best describes Bear?
What character quality best describes Fox?
What did Fox tell Bear to use to fish with?
What is the purpose of pourquoi stories?
Pourquoi is a French word that means
When do pourquoi stories usually take place?
Pourquoi stories often include animals that have
Pourquoi stories often start with a phrase, such as
Pourquoi stories often end with a phrase, such as
Which of the following story titles is most likely to be a pourquoi story?
Pourquoi stories are
Pourquoi stories are a good way to learn about
Pourquoi stories might also be called
What is the difference between a RECTANGLE and a SQUARE?
What is the difference between AREA and PERIMETER?
Which shape is a RHOMBUS?
You bought a package of 30 pencils. You gave your friend 10% of them. How many pencils did you give your friend?
If you save $2.00 per day, how much money would you have in 1 week?
If the length of a rectangle is 10 cm and the width is 5 cm, what is the AREA of the rectangle in (squared cm)?
If the length of a square is 10 cm, what is the AREA of the square (in squared cm)?
You have a bag 20 apples. You ate 20%. How many apples did you eat?
What is a PIE CHART?
If you run 2 km per week, then how many km did you run from June 1 to June 28?
Wildlife is continuously decreasing. What is the main reason of this?
Which is the most endangered species?
The most important human activity, leading to the extinction of wildlife is:
If we uncover half of the forest, covering the earth, what crisis will be produced at most and at first?
Which group of vertebrates comprises the largest number of endangered species?
In a large grassland ecosystem, the largest population is that of
In a population, the following occurs if the number of birth equals the number of deaths
Which of the following is a type of predator
A community and its physical environment together is a(n)
A gradual change in an ecosystem which could occur over hundreds of years is
to behave
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Epicenter is to focus as. . .
Scale that rates earthquakes based on total energy released.
Two tectonic plates collide at a __________ boundary.
The Ring of Fire is around the ______________ ocean.
_____________ 1989 earthquake was 1/30th the size of the 1906 earthquake.
Type of plate boundary that can cause mountains such as the Himalayas and volcanoes like Mt. St. Helen's.
About how many active volcanoes are along
Hawaiian volcanoes are. . .
With more viscosity and more gas, a volcano will be a more explosive _____________ volcano.
To reduce __________________, buildings should be made stronger and more flexible. It can also help to anchor them into solid rock beneath the ground.
The essentials of professional appearance are
What credential is issued by DANB?
An important quality of being a dental assistant is
An infection that is short in duration
What is the minimum length of an accredited ADA dental assisting program?
AN attitude apparent in everything you say or do, in or out the dental office
Who is not a part of the dental care team?
HIPAA regulations are designed to protecti a patients
What term is used for front teeth?
How many teeth are in a primary dentition
What is the term for the four sections of the divided dental arches?
What is the longest tooth in your mouth?
Name the surface of the tooth that faces the tongue
The name of the area where adjacent teeth physically touch is the
Who is referred to as the"Father of Microbiology"?
What is the name for bacteria that require oxygen to grow?
This immunity is present at birth
An example of PPE is
According to the ISO numbering system, the adult mandibular first molar would be tooth number
The ADA recognizes how many dental specialties?
Final impressions are taken by
The type of ceramic most often used in dentistry is
The silver material used for over 150 years to restore teeth is called
The resin matrix component of composite is a fluid like material also referred to as
This is taken to produce a reproduction of the occlusal relationship of the maxillary and mandibular teeth
This is used to polish , or trim custom trays, dentures and indirect restorations
Which odf the four types of elastomeric materials has the best dimensional stability?
A preliminary impression would be use for
Glass ionomer can be used for what class restoration
This gypsum product is used for the creation of dies
This tray covers half of a dental arch
This stimulates the production of reparative dentin
Materials that are versatile in use such as for dental bases are
What type of cement is preferred for cementation of ceramic veneers
This is a noble metal used for the cast restorations in dentistry
Acid etching utilizes etchant containing this acid
This is the processs by which resin material changes from pliable to a hardened state
When alginate absorbs additional water and expands , this process is call
Etchant removes this layer in preparation for bonding
This releases fluoride after its final setting
Where did world leaders meet to discuss the fate of Napoleon's territory?
Which king extended new rights to the people of France after the fall of Napoleon?
What was the nickname of Louis-Phillipe?
What is a strong feeling of loyalty or attachment to language, culture, or territory?
What types of governments were people hoping to get during the mid-1800's?
Which country ruled the people of Poland?
What was the literary arts movement inspired by nationalism?
Who was the first elected president of France?
Which year in Europe can be seen as a year of revolutions?
Which country had one of the first successful revolutions in mid-1800's?
What is the forming and maintaining of an empire by taking over colonies?
Which of the following was a major imperialist power from Europe?
Why were Europeans slow to explore the interior of Africa?
What was a region in which the Europeans try to colonize?
What was the competition for lands in Africa called?
Where did European leaders meet to decide the fate of the African continent?
What is called when only one country has the right to trade with a particular area?
________ were the divisions of Africa made by the Europeans.
Which country was created as a result of the Boer War?
Why did the Europeans want the lands in Africa?
Which of the following occurred because of the Scramble for Africa?
Which country resisted the take-over by Italy?
Which of the following was a country that was created by freed slaves from the United States?
Who was able to help Africans deal with their new European rulers?
What would you call Africans who believed in independence and the right to rule their own nations?
Which country fought Great Britain in hopes of ending opium trade in their country?
What is a strict form of racial segragation that occurred in South Africa?
Which country created a trade monopoly with India?
Which is a waying of ruling in which the imperial power using local leaders to carry out their laws?
What is a type of colonial rule in which an official from the ruling country administers control?
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Who opened the ports of Japan to trade with the United States?
Which Asian country became an imperialistic country after its Meiji Restoration?
What type of government took root in many countries in Latin America after their revolutions?
What means the original inhabitants of a land?
What is it called when a country controls another through its economic policy?
Who inspired many people in Europe to think about the people who ruled them?
What means being subject to U.S. law while in another country?
Which country from Europe dominated much of Latin American for 400 years?
How many countries took land in Africa?
What is the greatest city in the world?
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Which is NOT a characteristic of Folded mountains
Which Seismic wave(s) can travel through solids only?
_______ volcanoes form when there is a series of violent and gentle eruptions that result in layers of lava and ash. These layers build up and form a tall cone. Many tall volcanic mountains are formed this way.
_______ volcanoes form slowly after gentle eruptions and oozing lava. These are low mounds with gentle slopes.
_______ volcanoes form when eruptions contain a lot of dust, ash and, cinders. The dust, ash, and cinders layer with the lava and form sloping mounds
____________ is a type of underwater volcano.
These rocks are formed when lava cools.
Roots growing into a rock and breaking it apart is an example of ________.
Acid rain destroying a statue is an example of __________.
Rocks being carried down stream by water is an example of __________.
This type of fossil is created when remains of living things are transformed into rock.
This type of fossil is formed when minerals fill a mold deposit.
Which fact is true about Relative Dating?
Clearing forests for wood causes a loss of plant and animal life. This is an example of ______.
Many people living close together in one area causes diseases to spread rapidly. This is a cause/effect relationship of ________.
Which is a disadvanatage for changing the flow of a river?
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What does research suggest is teacher leadership’s main benefit to students?
What does Wheatley suggest that we do if we want people to embrace change and innovation?
The three aspects of Critical Friends Groups that teachers say make them effective are:
During the professional development session, faculty members began working in small groups. They used protocols to engage in discussions about the reading goals they had set. What is one benefit of using protocols for group work?
According to Parker J. Palmer, good teaching “cannot be reduced to technique;” it is based largely on:
“Forming,” “norming,” “storming,” and “performing” are part of:
According to the lecture, the goal of teacher leaders is to translate the standards of their profession into:
Which of these is NOT a shared leadership framework?
List some of the steps of supportive communication
This course has encouraged me to be:
Offering support and providing resources
creating challenge and encouraging growth
facilitating professional vision
co-developing strategies and approaches
supports the beginning teacher's idea production through inquiry and paraphrase
coach shares key information about logistics, school culture, students, and teaching practices
stance can cause frustration if beginning teahcer lacks internal resources for idea generation
overuse can build dependency on the mentor
A challenge is ensuring that coaches don't take over
50/50 pattern if interaction and idea production
When a line is both thick and thin it is called a/an
Variety in the thickness of ____ creates surface interest
__________ line suggests a feeling of rest of repose
__________lines communicate a feeling of loftiness and nobleness.
__________ lines suggest a feeling of movement or direction
Shape refers to
Form refers to
Negative Space is..
Which are examples of Texture
Value is the lightness or darkness of an object or portion of a design, regardless of color.
Hue is
Tint is
Shade is
What is the changing of one form of government to another or the creation of a new constitution ?
What is the complete absence of government?
What is is the rule by a king, queen, tsar, pharaoh, emperor, etc. Nearly always, the crown and power is passed down to members of the monarch's family?
What is a government headed by a single person with total power.?
What type of government is ruled by a small group of non-elected people. Two examples are rule by military leaders or by a wealthy group of people?
In which type of government are all laws based on the country’s religion?
In which type of government do the people of the country have a direct say in government do the citizens vote directly on laws and other policies.
In what type of government do the the people not vote directly in government, but instead elect representatives. The elected people then represent the interests of those who voted for them.
A written plan of governement. This document include the laws and limits placed on the government.
What is the complete absence of government?
Today I catch the ball, yesterday I
Today I will drive, yesterday I
Today I feel bad, yesterday, I
I will blow out the candles today, yesterday I
Find the past tense of win. Today I win, yesterday, I
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you wanted to join a game but didn't know the rules
you wanted to help the teacher carry books to the library.
you wanted your friend to be your partner in a game
you did not have your pencil to use during class.
you needed help finding something on the internet.
you accidently stepped on someone's foot.
a stranger asked you to ride with him to find his lost dog?
a new kid was sitting along at recess?
you someone cheating on a test?
Your friend was reading a book and started laughing?
The teacher asked you to stop talking so loudly?
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Variation happens randomly in a population, which means:
An example of variation is the following:
Adaptations always depend on the _____________in which the organism lives.
Over time, the available nutrients in the soil of one ecosystem decreases. Which adaptation is most likely to develop in the plant species that live in that soil?
A cactus plant is adapted to living in desert biomes. The desert is the catus’ ___________________.
When a member of a population has a helpful variation, it is able to:
Evolution usually happens over ______________________________ of years.
Which statement represents the major concept of the biological theory of evolution?
According to the theory of natural selection, why are some individuals more likely than others to survive and reproduce?
Which situation would most likely result in the highest rate of natural selection?
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A change in a gene or chromosome
Is masked when a dominant allele is present
The child or result of fertilization
Set of alleles that controls a trait; 23 pair in most humans
Having two different alleles for a trait
physical appearance
pain
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3 NO2 +HOH = 2HNO3 +NO How many grams of nitrogen dioxide, NO2, are required to produce 5 grams of HNO3?
3 NO2 +HOH = 2HNO3 +NO How many grams of nitrogen monoxide, NO, are produced?
2C4H10 + 13O2 = 8CO2 +10HOH What is the amount (in moles) of carbon dioxide?
2C4H10 + 13O2 = 8CO2 +10HOH How many moles of water HOH are produced form 0.15 mol C4H10?
S8 + 8O2 = 8SO2 if the 71.6 grams of O2 were to completely react how many grams of S8 would be needed?
1 grilled cheese= 2 slices bread + 1 slice of cheese How many sandwiches can you make from 30 slices of bread and 12 cheese?
3 NO2 + HOH = 2HNO3 +NO If you begin with 100 grams of NO2 and 100 grams of HOH how much HNO3 can be produced?
When is my last day here?
3 NO2 + HOH = 2HNO3 +NO If you begin with 100 grams of NO2 and 100 grams of HOH which is the limiting reactant for HNO3?
3 NO2 + HOH = 2HNO3 +NO If you begin with 100 grams of NO2 how much NO is formed?
Which does every organism in an ecosystem need for survival?
Which is an abiotic factor that would affect the growth of a population within an ecosystem?
Which would most likely happen to a local population of owls if their food source of field mice were eliminated?
As an insect population decreases, which would most likely also decrease?
When would water be a limiting factor in an ecosystem?
Which best describes how a drought affects algae and plants?
Prairie dogs rely on underground tunnels for shelter. Which best explains how the prairie dog population is affected when their tunnels are disrupted and exposed?
If krill is a primary food source for a local population of whales, which will most likely happen to the whales if the krill population suddenly doubles?
Certain types of worms live in the mud at the bottom of lakes. What does the mud represent for the worms?
A farmer clears an acre of trees on his property. Which best describes the effect this will have on a population of bats that roost inside old hollow trees?
Which of the following will NOT break down compounds?
How do elements join to form compounds?
If a spoonful of salt is mixed in a glass of water, what is the water called?
What is formed when particles of two or more substances are distributed evenly among each other?
The physical properties of compounds do NOT include
An element's ability to react with acid is an example of a
How could a sugar cube be dissolved more quickly in water?
Boiling point, melting point, and density are some of an element's
A property of an element that does not depend on the amount of the element is called a
What is a pure substance made of two or more elements that are chemically combined?
Water is an example of a(n)
When two or more elements join together chemically,
A nugget of gold is an example of a(n)
Why can sugar dissolve in water?
Which of the following best describes chicken noodle soup?
An element that conducts thermal energy well and is easily shaped is a
Sugar dissolved in water is an example of a(n)
If a solution contains the maximum amount of solute it is said to be
The substance that conducts electricity and is found in gatorade is called
A mixture that contains particles which will settle out is called a(n)
Somatic (body) cells are _________________________.
Cells that have not yet specialized into a particular type of cell are called
The genotype Tt is considered to be
A ________________ cross will end up with 4 offspring.
The theory that living things can come only from other living things is
When two dominant alleles are expressed equally, ____________________ occurs.
_________________ is the broadest level of classification and _________________ is the smallest.
In an ecosystem, the ___________________ eat producers.
An eagle hunts in a field for a small rabbit. What kind of relationship is this?
The reactants of photosynthesis are
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Which of these is NOT a fossil fuel?
Which of the following contains the oldest fossils?
Which of the following is needed to make sedimentary rock?
When were fossil fuels formed?
Most fossils were formed in
Erosion is...
How is a delta formed?
Which of the following is MOST likely form an island?
Sand dunes are
A valley is caused by
Which type of fat lowers blood cholesterol levels?
Which fat product is hydrogenated?
If a person is on a diet to lose weight and cut back on saturated fatty acids, he/she should eat:
Red velvet cake, pecan pie, cheesecake, lollipops, Karo® corn syrup, and jellies are classified as:
Aaron plays sports. What is the BEST meal for him to eat for high performance during the game?
What is a good source of vitamin D?
What food source is high in antioxidants?
Whole wheat flour is classified as a:
Excessive sweating, dryness of the mouth, weakness and an increased pulse rate are results of not consuming enough
An important function of water in the body is to:
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Antonyms: Match the word with the word or phrase most nearly its opposite. exult Has to do with # 1
Antonyms: Match the word with the word or phrase most nearly its opposite. resilient Has to do with # 1
Antonyms: Match the word with the word or phrase most nearly its opposite. serpentine Has to do with # 4
Antonyms: Match the word with the word or phrase most nearly its opposite. transgress Has to do with # 1
Antonyms: Match the word with the word or phrase most nearly its opposite. concur Has to do with # 2
Antonyms: Match the word with the word or phrase most nearly its opposite. prevalent Has to do with # 2
Open the can.
Preheat the oven.
Mix the ingredients.
Fry the potatoes.
Cut the carrots.
Chop the onion.
Add the flour and sugar.
Put the dish in the oven.
Beat the eggs.
Cover it with the olives and cheese.
In which month is Thanksgiving?
In which month is New Years?
In which month is Christmas?
In which month is Valentine's Day?
In which month is Halloween?
In which month is Mother's Day?
In which month is Independence Day?
In which month is Easter?
In which month is Father's Day?
In which month is Labor Day?
In which month is St. Patrick's Day?
Antonyms: Match the word with the word or phrase most nearly its opposite. capricious Has to do with # 3
Antonyms: Match the word with the word or phrase most nearly its opposite. accrue Has to do with # 1
Antonyms: Match the word with the word or phrase most nearly its opposite. abject Has to do with # 4
Select the best analogy. ursine: bear Has to do with # 3
Select the best analogy. salient : unremarkable Has to do with # 1
Select the best analogy. aviary : birds Has to do with # 3
Select the best analogy. artis : art Has to do with # 4
Select the best analogy. equus : horse Has to do with # 2
Fill in the blank. While scientists and dreamers throughout history have longed to travel through time, how one might build a time machine is still a matter of ________ Has to do with # 2
Fill in the blank. After hearing that his ________ had been published in the New York Journal, author Mark Twain sent a message to the press that said, The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated. Has to do with # 3
Fill in the blank. Her bicycle __________ as she rode down the hill until she was going so fast, she felt like she was flying! Has to do with # 1
Fill in the blank. It is one of the primary missions of the United Nations to _______ and attempt to keep the peace when leaders of countries wish to go to war. Has to do with # 2
Fill in the blank. In the phrase, a ribbon of blue water, the word ribbon must be taken in ___; it does not mean a narrow, decorative fabric or a kind of prize awarded after an event. Has to do with # 4
Fill in the blank. Against many an enemy will you draw your sword to no _______, said the war-master, but a sharp wit will never fail you. Has to do with # 3
Fill in the blank. Blacksmiths were among the most versatile ______ of medieval times. They they could forge heavy broadswords from shapeless lumps of iron they could forge heavy broadswords from shapeless lumps of iron. Has to do with # 2
Fill in the blank. A revolving gas lantern enclosed in red and green glass, installed on a street corner in London in 1868 to regulate buggy and wagon drivers and pedestrians, was an early ________ of the modern traffic light. Has to do with # 1
What is negativism?
What is attachment?
What is development?
What is intellectual development?
What is temperament?
What is genetics?
What is receptive language?
What is toilet training?
What is discipline?
What is play?
What is culture?
What is egocentric?
What is sudden infant death syndrome?
What is a joint stock company?
What is a Burgess?
What is Roanoke
Who are the pilgrims?
Who are the Protestants?
What is the Mayflower
Who is Nathaniel Bacon?
What is the Mason Dixon line?
What is a proprietary colony?
What is a royal Colony?
What is a Charter colony?
What is a cash crop?
What does the word tolerance mean?
What is Jamestown?
What are the separatists?
What is tobacco?
What is the Mayflower Compact?
What is an Indentured Servant?
What is a pacifist?
What is the fur trade?
What is science?
Which statement is true about theories?
What is a scientific law?
Which is NOT a step in the Scientific Method?
Which statement below is a hypothesis?
What does variable mean?
A hectometer is smaller than a _________.
3.5 meters = ________kilometers
6 grams = ________ milligrams
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