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What two layers make up skin?
Which of the following is NOT part of the integumentary system?
Which body system acts in a way similar to a transportation system?
Which of the following are the smallest of the blood vessels?
Which of the following is NOT a function of skin?
Compared with the walls of arteries, the walls of veins
The roads of a city are similar to what structures in the circulatory system?
Which of the following is NOT a part of the circulatory system?
This is the method by which bacteria reproduce
Occurs in worms and star fish
Unequal distribution of cytoplasm and equal division of genetic material
Uses only mitosis
Identical offspring can also be called
Having two copies of each chromosome
Production of a new plant from a portion of another plant
Offspring develop in eggs without fertilization
Having one copy of each chromosome
Occurs after telophase I
The octet rule says
A compound composed of electrically charged atoms is called a(n)
Nitrogen has five valence electrons. How many pairs of electrons must two nitrogen atoms share in order for each atom to have eight valence electrons?
The formation of an ionic bond involves the
Which of the following compounds does NOT contain molecules?
Which of the following groups contain three elements with stable electron configuration?
Which of the following is a typical property of an ionic compound?
A neutral group of atoms that are joined together by one or more covalent bonds.
The elements most likely to form more than one type of ion are the
A type of bond in which two atoms share a pair of valence electrons
In the article entitled "ANA applauds Introduction of Mandatory Overtime Legislation" which of the below statements is most true?
Which of the below organizations is one of the biggest supportors of the Registered Nurse Safe Staffing Act of 2010?
The mandatory amount of hours a nurse can work in a 24-hour shift is based on?
Mandatory overtime is a...
Which state has banned mandatory overtime for nurses?
How many states have restrictions on mandatory overtime?
Delaware is one state that has banned mandatory overtime for nurses.
What is the maximum amount of hours that most employers will allow a nurse to work in one 24 hour shift?
Mandatory overtime promotes nurse retention and job stability.
The Fair Labor Standards Act...
Suppose that 1 m3 of water at 50В° can hold 40 grams of water. The actual amount of water that is in the air at 50В° is 20 grams of water. What is the percent relative humidity?
Clouds form through the process of
What prefix would you use to characterize a cloud that is at a low altitude?
What are clouds that form at high altitudes that look like curls of hair?
What prefix/suffix can you add to a cloud to describe it as a cloud that might produce precipitation
What does cumulus mean in Latin? (think cotton)
Evaporation occurs when
What is the downward movement of water from the land surface into soil or porous rock?
What name would you give to a high altitude fluffy white cloud?
What is the temperature which the air must cool to be completely saturated (full)?
Which organ helps to regulate blood pressure?
When an infection occurs, the number of
Which of the following is NOT a function of blood?
Which of the following blood cells contain hemoglobin?
Which body system collects the fluid that is lost by the blood and returns it to the circulatory system?
What is the term used to describe a swelling of the tissues due to the accumulation of excess fluid?
The process by which oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged between cells, the blood, and air in the lungs is called
What structure serves as a passageway for both air and food?
Air is filtered, warmed, and moistened in the
Which of the following activities is the best analogy for respiration?
Air is forced into the lungs by the contraction of the
Because there is more oxygen in an alveolus than in the blood around it, oxygen diffuses
A car is to gasoline as your body is to
Substances that are needed by the body for growth, repair, and maintenance are called
Which of the following foods do NOT contain polysaccharides?
The raw materials that the body needs for growth and repair come from
What “food tube” carries food between the pharynx and the stomach?
Which of the following would NOT be found in the stomach?
Proteins are polymers of
The Food Guide Pyramid advises a person to eat more
Water is extracted from digested food in the body primarily by the
Where does the process of chemical digestion begin?
A thermostat is a good example of a(an)
The endocrine system is made up of
Which gland fails to produce enough of its hormone in the disease diabetes mellitus?
Testosterone is needed for the development of
Specialized sex cells are known as
Which of the following is NOT a function of the female reproductive system?
One menstrual cycle usually lasts about a
Where does fertilization usually occur?
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(#30) Find the measure of the missing angle.
(#31) Determine which statement indicates that the triangles are congruent.
(#32) Complete each congruence statement by naming the corresponding angle or side. TV is congruent to what?
(#33) Find the measure of the angle indicated.
Find the measure of the angle indicated.
(#35) If the measure of angle 2 = x +67, find the value of x.
The region of SE Asia is made up of two large peninsulas. They are called the Malay Peninsula and
The Ring of Fire is
What two continents meet in Russia's Ural Mountains?
Russia's capital and largest city is
The Korean peninsula is divided into two separate countries at
The country of Vietnam at one time was divided into two different regions at what parallel line
Kim Jong Un is the ruler of
What country did the US gain in SE Asia as a result of the Spanish/American War?
Which explorer first discovered SE Asia
China's first communist leader was
Vietnam's first Communist leader was
The Radical Communist group that took over Russia in the Russian Revolution was the
During the fall of the Soviet Union, its leader was
Why did the US enter into the Vietnam conflict?
The United States opposed communism and saw its spread as a threat to democracy. This opposition led to
Many countries consider China's response to rebellions as violations of
What led to the events of Tiananmen Square in 1989
What is the main force causing objects in the solar system to revolve around the Sun?
What would be true if the moon were closer to Earth?
What happens to Earth's oceans as a result of the force of gravity between Earth and the Moon?
What is responsible for tides on Earth?
Which object's gravity holds the planets in their orbits?
Why would a location have both high tides and low tides in a 24 hour period?
Which statement best explains why the moon stays in orbit?
What process powers the energy of a star?
Why are the temperatures at the equator higher on average than those at the poles?
What makes Earth able to support life?
Solve the following equation 2x - 5(2x + 8) = -4(x + 2) - 6x
Solve the following 4x - 3(3x + 4) = -5x - 7 + 2
Solve the following 4x - 2(4x + 8) = -4x -20 + 4
Which ordered pair would KEEP this a function (-2, 5) (-1, 6) (0, 8) (1, 6)
Find the slope (-2, 6) (-1, 8)
Write a slope intercept equation for (1, 4) (2, 7)
Which function is non linear?
Solve the following system Eq 1: 6x - 5y = -19 AND Eq 2: y = 6x - 1
Solve the following system Eq1: -x - 3y = -8 and Eq 2: x + y = 4
Solve the following system EQ1: -2x - 3y = -1 and Eq 2: 3x + 4y = 0
With online banking, you can:
Overdraft fees can be avoided by:
The W2 form:
The W4 form:
FDIC is:
Inflation is:
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is a collection of:
Investing in a global stock fund is a good idea to:
Diversification is good because:
A personal investing plan:
When should you begin saving for retirement?
Social Security replaces about what percent of most people's pre-retirement income?
The location of a home is important because:
A real estate agent is able to:
Which of the following is NOT a type of insurance?
A deductible is:
If your MP3 player is stolen from your apartment, what type of insurance would it be covered under?
If you crashed your car into a house, which kind of insurance would you use:
The outer layer of our atmosphere.
The calmest layer of atmosphere
The Northern Lights are found here
This is where meteors burn up
The densest layer
The measure of air pushing on a surface
The most abundant gas in our atmosphere
The height above sea level
a protective gas found in the stratosphere
Volcanoes erupting, methane gas, truck emissions, and buring fossil fuels
Air pressure is...
The layer of the atmosphere where we live and where all the weather is located is called...
The hottest layer of the atmosphere is the ...
What happens to air pressure as you go higher in the atmosphere?
A natural (not man-made) air pollution is...
What is Geography?
What are the two types of location referred to in the five themes of geography?
Humans have cut down so many trees to build houses and make every day supplies that we have actually greatly reduced the amount of oxygen in the air for us to breathe. This would be an example of
People migrate all around the globe to get closer to resources and share ideas. People trade with each other, countries import (bring goods in) and export (send goods out). This would be an example of
The line of 0˚ Latitude is called
The line of 0˚ Longitude is called
Which is a proper representation of Longitude and Latitude
Where would San Antonio, TX be located on the map?
Define Egalitarism
Define Kleptocracy
Define Domestication
Define diffusion
Who invented the incandescent light bulb?
What are three types of lightbulbs
In a washing machine this force helps remove water from clothes:
This must be removed from a light bulb to prevent burning of the filament:
Modern Appliances are designed to save
Accurate clocks were needed for:
Refrigeration if the removal of:
Refrigeration requires a substance to change
The main reason refrigerators were invented
One of the earliest ways to tell time was:
What are some of the problems that had to be solved before a useful sewing machine could be invented?
Explain how a refrigerator works:
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The _____ have been painted blue.
The _____ clothes were filthy after they played in the mud.
My _____ house is in Ohio.
My uncle ____ favorite game is golf.
It was my _____ two homerun that won the game.
All of the _____ webs in the barn were intricate and beautiful.
All of the _____ placed their shoes in the cubbies while they played.
The _____ legs were uneven.
_____ car needed the breaks replaced.
Those are my _____ over there.
The new religion that developed in Arabia about 600 years after Christ was__________ .
Followers of this new religion were called __________ .
Mohammed was born in __________ .
The god of the Mulims is __________ .
The city of Yathrib, which accepted Mohammed and his new religion, was later called __________ .
Mohammed's successors were called __________ .
The __________ conquered the Middle East in the 11th century and became fanatical followers of Islam.
The Turk's victory at the Battle of __________ in 1071 put Asia Minor under Muslim control.
The pope who started the crusades was __________ .
The Muslim leader who reconquered Jerusalem in 1187 was __________ .
The Muslim's term for "holy war" is __________ .
Mohammed's flight from Mecca in 622 is called the __________ .
Arab nomads are called __________ .
The holy book of Islam is called the __________ .
The __________ Crusade was made up mostly of simple farmers.
Richard the Lion-Hearted helped to lead the __________ Crusade, which was also called the "Crusade of Kings".
The successful __________ Crusade recaptured Asia Minor and took Jerusalem.
Mohammed's first jihad occured in __________ .
The Catholic Church officially split into the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches in __________ .
The Ottoman Turks, led by Mohammed II, captured Constantinople in __________ .
Asjer heeft geen zin om in de tram voor een oudere vrouw op te staan. Welke mitswa negeert hij?
Tamar plant van haar zakgeld bij het JNF twee bomen in Israel. Welke mitswa doet zij?
Yoram gooit zijn lege cola blikje in de goot. Welke mitswa negeert hij?
Noa koopt alleen make-up die niet op dieren is getest. Aan welke mits wa houdt zij zich?
Benjamin heeft zijn been gebroken en Sharon komt elke dag vertellen hoe het op school was.
Lea komt netjes op de afgesproken tijd thuis van het schoolfeest. Aan welke mitswa houdt zij zich?
Als Dina haar spreekbeurt houdt praten Noam en Alon er de hele tijd doorheen. Welke mitswa negeren de jongens?
Sara is nieuw op joodse les en Riwka nodigt haar meteeen uit om te komen spelen. Welke mitswa doet Riwka?
Als Avi mis schiet met voetballen roept Micha keihard over het veld dat Avi echt stom is. Welke mitswa negeert Micha?
De bar/bat mitswa klas nodigt de leerlingen van de moskee voor een bezoek uit. Welke mitswa doet de klas?
The electrons in the outer shell of an atom are known as
When an atom gains or loses an electron it becomes a(n)
Valence electrons are shared in this type of bond
Valence electrons are pooled together in this type of bond
How many electrons can the second shell of an atom hold?
How many electrons can the first shell of an atom hold?
When atoms bond together they form
Electrons are gained or lost (given away or taken in) in this type of bond
An electron dot diagram shows
How can the world have so many different things in it with only 114* different atoms?
When was Poe born?
When did Poe die?
Where was Poe born?
Poe wrote
True or false? Poe was an Orphan
What is an underlying theme or quality of poe's work?
Which of these poems is by Poe?
Spent two years in _______ when he couldn't pay for school.
Which Poem is different from the others based on content?
Poe died due to
A minerals crystal size is determined by....
A mineral is inorganic, which means it contains...
Most minerals do NOT split apart evenly. Instead, they have the characteristic type of...
Magma that cools very slowyl deep beneath the earth's surface forms minerals with what type of crystals?
A luster of a mineral refers to...
The hardest mineral on Moh's scale of hardness is....
Which mineral can be identified by its color, green?
A mineral is...
In a mineral, the atoms line up in a repeating pattern to form
The softest mineral in the Mohs scale of hardness is...
Chromosomes form tetrads during
What happens between meiosis I and meiosis II that reduces the number of chromosomes?
Unlike mitosis, meiosis results in the formation of
Which of the following events occurs during prophase I of meiosis?
The term used to indicate two sets of chromosomes within a cell is
If an organism's diploid number is 12, its haploid number is
Gametes have
Gametes are produces by the process of
Linked genes
Spermatogenesis produces
What happens to the number of chromosome during meiosis?
At the end of mitosis, there are
In humans, gametes join during __________ to form a diploid zygote.
Gene maps are based on
Linked genes
During which phase of meiosis is the chromosome number reduced?
Regular body cells used to heal a cut are formed during
Male gamete cells are called
Usually, in female oogenesis
Humans have _______ chromosomes in the regular body cells.
The movie starts at 7:20 and is over at 9:15. How long did it last?
Dad started mowing the lawn at 10:30 AM. He was finished at 12:10. How long did it take to mow the lawn?
I am scheduled to work from 4:30 PM until 7:45 PM. How long is my shift?
Our flight leaves at 6:30 AM and arrives in Florida at 8:40 AM. How long is our flight?
I start making supper at 4:45 PM and it is ready at 6:10 PM. How long did it take to make supper?
I wake up for school at 6:30 AM. My bus comes at 7:15. How long does it take me to get ready for school?
We start painting at 9:15 AM and finish at 4:35 PM. How long did we paint?
Susan babysits from 5:45 PM to 11:10 PM. How many hours did she babysit?
Jessica works Saturday morning from 7:30 AM at 11:15 AM. How long does she work?
Tim goes fishing at 9:30 AM. He comes back at 2:05 PM? How long was he fishing?
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Which structure allows stems to grow in length?
Which structure allows the stem to grow from the sides of the main stem?
These protect a bud in the winter from frost and drying out
These rings tell you the age of a stem
1 leaf attached to a stem node indicates this pattern
These indicate passage point of vascular tissue from the stem to the petiole of the leaf
Trees that have a large central shaft such as pines, firs, hemlocks have this type of branching
Threes that have strong lateral buds with branches close to the ground such as elms, willows, cottonwoods have this type of branching
Which of the following is not a function of a stem?
Which of the following is not one of the 3 main sections of an internal woody dicot stem?
The outer section of a woody stem that provides protection and help transport food
Which of the following is not found in the bark?
This part of the bark stores food for the stem
The phloem in bark contain these to conduct food throughout the plant
The older, inner wood that no longer conduct water from roots to leaves
These are water conducting cells that make up one type of xylem in wood
These are an additional larger transport cells that make up xylem in broadleaf trees
The center of a young woody stem that function mostly as water storage
Which part of an annual ring is darker with a smaller xylem?
Which of the following is not a characteristic of herbaceous stems?
Vascular bundles in an herbaceous stem contain xylem pointing
The vascular cambium in an herbaceous stem is found
This tissue in herbaceous stems contains vascular bundles
This is the outer covering of a monocot stem that contains silicon and is hard
This vegetative propagation transplants living tissue from one plant to another
This vegetative propagation uses seedlings produced from individual plant cells grown in a laboratory
This special stem is used to store food
This special stem grows quickly along the surface of the ground to produce new plants where a node touches.
This special stem grows underground and provides plants with food storage and means of reproduction. An example would be the sweet potato.
What do all of the inner planets have in common?
Which correctly identifies the order of the planets?
What do Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune have in common?
Which object does NOT shine as a result of reflected light?
Which planet is similar to Earth in mass and diameter?
Why does Polaris (the North Star) appear to not move in the night sky?
Which phase of the moon occurs between first quarter and full moon?
Which phase is the moon in during a solar eclipse?
When do eclipses occur?
Why does the same side of the moon always face Earth?
These roots contain a large central root with little branching. An example would be a carrot.
This is the region where water is stored in the root.
The vascular cylinder in the root containing the xylem and root is also called the
The main growing region of a root for primary growth
The tip of root with several tough cells for protection while pushing through soil
The __________________ forms under the epidermis for secondary growth
This layer of meristematic tissue is found between the xylem and phloem in the root
The osmotic force that transfers water upwards
These develop branching off from a central root such as a taproot
Which of the following is not a main function of a root?
How long does it take Earth to rotate on its axis?
What is the movement of Earth around the Sun?
When Earth's axis is pointing toward the sun, what season is it in the Northern Hemisphere?
How long does it take for Earth to make one revolution?
What causes Earth to experience seasons?
What causes night and day to occur on Earth?
What causes the Moon to shine?
What causes different stars to appear in the sky at various times of the year?
Tonight is a full moon. What will the moon look like one week from tonight?
During which events do the Sun's rays strike the Earth directly at the northernmost and southernmost points?
The classification of matter as a solid, a liquid, or a gas
The characteristic of matter to sink or float in water
Measurement of the ability of a solid to dissolve in a liquid
Allows electric current or heat energy to flow through easily
Temperature at which a substance changes from a liquid to a gas (100 degrees Celcius for water)
Slows down or stops electric current or heat energy from flowing
A combination of two or more substances where each keep their own properties
Temperature at which a substance changes from a liquid to a solid (0 degrees Celcius for water)
A mixture of one substance dissolved evenly in another
Anything that has mass an takes up space
The amount of matter in an object
The property of attraction to a magnet
What happens to salt grains when they dissolve in water?
How would you separate a mixture of iron filings and pepper?
Describe the particles in a liquid
If the temperature of the water is 37 degrees Celcius, how many more degrees does it need to cool to reach freezing?
How would you separate a mixture of sand and sea shells?
How would you separate a mixture of salt and water?
Matter that has a definite volume but no definite shape is
A mixture that has the same composition throughout is
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(#21) If the measure of angle 8 = 110, what is the measure of angle 4?
(#22) Solve for x.
(#23) Solve for x.
(#24) Which of the following represents the reflection across x = 3?
(#25) Write the rule that describes the transformation below.
(#26) Which rule represents the following transformation?
(#27) Find the coordinates of the vertices of each figure after the given transformation: rotation 90 degrees clockwise about the origin. Use the rule (x,y)--(y,-x)
(#28) Find the measure of angle A.
(#29) Find the measure of missing angle.
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The movie starts at 5:20 and lasts 2 hours and 5 minutes. What time does it end?
Ken goes in to work at 8:20 AM and works for 8 and a half hours. What time does he get off work?
We start eating dinner at 6:15 PM. If it takes us about 50 minutes to eat, what time are we finished?
Our family goes to the zoo at 10:00 AM. If we stay for 6 and a half hours, what time will we leave?
I started sewing at 11:50. If I spent 4 hours and 10 minutes sewing, what time did I finish?
Jason starts the race at 11:05. He finishes in 2 hours and 10 minutes. What time does his finish?
My friends and I go shopping at 2:30 PM. If we meet together in 1 1/2 hours, what time do we meet?
I start my homework at 7:40. If it takes me 2 hours 40 minutes, what time am I finished?
Jeff goes to his friends at 1:10 PM. If he is there for 3 hours and 40 minutes, what time does he come home?
Ann starts the laundry at 7:10 AM. If she does three loads and each load takes 1 hour and 15 mintues, what time is she finished?
How do basic solutions feel?
What do we call solutions that conduct electricity
What ions make a solution acidic and give it its sour taste?
What does it mean to ionize?
What does litmus paper serve as?
What ions make a solution basic?
If I put litmus paper in an acidic solution, what color would it be originally and what color would it turn?
If I put litmus paper in a basic solution, what color would it be originally and what color would it turn?
Compare strong acids to weak acids
What does dissociate mean?
What type of basic solutions can conduct electricity?
What is pH?
What pH is considered to be neutral
What pH range is acidic?
What pH range is basic?
The stronger the base, the more of these ions are present.
If something has a pH of 7, they have equal numbers of what?
The concentration of baking soda is .000000001 M, what is its pH?
The pH of black coffee is 5, what is its concentration?
What causes heartburn?
What are spectator ions?
What do strong acids and bases react to form?
What is a neutralization reaction?
When an acid and a base react, what reacts with what to form water?
Give an example of a solution that will be acidic after combining with a base in a neutralization reaction.
What are titrations?
How is an indicator used in a titration?
What is the equivalence point
Why doesn't water alone work well to remove dirt and oil?
What does soap act as?
What type of water should you avoid using soap in?
Why should you avoid using soap in this water?
What is used more commonly than soap?
What type of a solution is ammonia?
How does ammonia remove oily dirt and smears?
What is bleach?
What does disinfectant mean?
Is bleach an acid or base?
What does bleach do to stains
Why should you not mix bleach with vinegar or anything with ammonia?
If Mom works 6 hours and gets home at 4:15 PM, what time does she go in to work?
Jason finishes the race at 4:53 PM. If his time is 23 minutes, what time did the race start?
I got home from the game at 9:50. If the game lasted 3 and a half hours, what time did it start?
Jen finished lunch at 12:28 PM. If her lunch period is 40 minutes long, what time does it start?
Joe got home at 12:30 AM. If he been out for 5 1/2 hours, what time had he left?
Rob finished with a time of 17 minutes. If he finished at 4:30, what time did he start?
Ellen finished her homework at 9:15 PM. If it took her 2 hours 20 minutes, what time did she start?
Tina was done with her homework at 10:20. If she spend 45 minutes on homework, what time did she start?
Bill got home from Cedar Point at 11:15 PM. If he had been there for 14 hours, what time did he arrive?
Sam clocked out at 2:45 PM. If she had worked for 6 hours and 20 minutes, what time did she go in to work?
What is your name?
what is your favorite color?
what do apples grow on?
what is your home phone number?
what is your mothers cell phone number?
what city did you grow up in?
what state were you born in?
what country were you born in?
how old are you?
what is the date of your birth?
Subject nominatives and subject adjectives are both
Which sentence contains a predicate nominative?
Which sentence contains a predicate nominative?
Which sentence contains a predicate nominative?
Which sentence contains a predicate adjective?
Which sentence contains a predicate adjective?
Which sentence contains a predicate adjective?
My sister became a nurse. This sentence contains a?
The stolen car is a Lexus.
That sunset was gorgeous.
A decomposer is a consumer that eats animals.
An organism\'s niche is defined as the environment in which it lives.
Organisms that eat producers or other organisms to obtain energy are called scavengers.
Environmental factors in an ecosystem include abiotic factors.
A tree that is unaffected by an orchid living on one of its branches is an example of mutualism.
The following is the correct order in a food chain: Sun->consumers->predators->parasites->hosts
Scientists who study the connections among living things specialize in the science of biology.
Which is a single individual from a population?
Which of the following would be an example of competition between populations of different species?
The relationship between cats and rats is one of:
How energy moves through an ecosystem can be represented by:
As you move from level to level (bottom to top) in an energy pyramid, energy _______.
Which of the following eats consumers?
Which of the following contains BOTH a biotic environment and an abiotic environment?
A symbiotic relationship in which one organism benefits and the other is unaffected is called:
When a population grows larger than its carrying capacity, limiting factors in the environment cause the population to:
A tick sucks blood from a dog. In theis relationship, the is the ______and the dog is the______.
Drought, fewer plants, and fewer nesting sites are examples of _____factors.
The _____part of the environment includes all of the physical factors--such as water, soil, light, and temperature--that affect organisms living in a particular area.
Which of the following is an example of a population?
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This is the process by which a plant loses water vapor through its leaves and stems
This is the term for trees that undergo color change in the fall
Color change in leaves is triggered mainly by what factor?
The dominant pigment in plants is
The yellowish-orange colors are produced by this pigment
This cuts leaves from the stem at the base of the petiole of a leaf
The enzyme involved in weakening cells preparing a leaf to be cut off is
High rates of transpiration happens when sufficient water cannot be pulled to leaves. This leads to
These special leaves hold a vine upright by coiling around a support structure.
These special leaves contain no chlorophyll and serve as protection to the plant.
These plants contain special leaves that consume insects to obtain nitrogen.
Which problem did George Washington encounter when he became president?
British colonists objected to the Proclamation of 1763 because
Which principle of the Constitution does the term consent of the governed refer to?
What was one way the Cherokees tried to keep their land from being taken away by President Jackson?
When citizens report for jury duty, they are helping uphold a constitutional right guaranteed by the —
18 Which colony was known for being a refuge for Catholics to escape religious persecution?
In the 1700s, thousands of Quakers came to the United States seeking to escape what?
How did geography influence the early economic development of New York, Boston, and Charleston?
One major advantage of Limited Government is that it –
Which precedent was established by the Supreme Court ruling in Marbury v. Madison?
A forty-five-year-old woman is a heavy drinker, smoker, and has had many sexual partners. Certain types of the female reproductive cancers run in her family. Based upon her history, which of the following conditions are controllable risk factors for
You have been appointed to a health education team at your school. Your job is to develop the criteria for the health information you will be sharing with students. Which term BEST represents your role in the project?
Spiritual health is __________ because people have many different ways of connecting spiritually.
Which of the following is a good description of wellness?
Good mental health is the ability to __________.
Which of the following is NOT an important characteristic of good mental and emotional health?
Independent individuals __________.
Those with good emotional health __________.
Which of Maslow's needs are related to our environmental health?
Which of the following BEST describes self-actualization?
Before reaching the higher levels of Maslow's hierarchy, one must __________.
Which statement is NOT true about emotions?
Emotional events that lead to stress include __________.
Several plant tissues working together will create a(n)
Which of the following is not one of the 3 major types of tissue in plants?
Which of the following is not one of the major types of structural tissue?
This structural tissue forms the outer bark layer for protection and waterproofing
This structural tissue contains fibers that run throughout the plant and generally live a short time leaving behind thick support walls
This vascular tissue transports water and nutrients upwards in a plant
This type of tissue is responsible for repair and growth in plants.
This is the name of the sweet liquid found within vascular tissue
This vascular tissue transports food downward or away from leaves
This meristematic tissue contributes to lateral growth, increasing the width of plants
Health effects of stress can result in all of the following EXCEPT:
Which of the following is NOT a healthy coping strategy?
Which statement is NOT true about emotional stress?
Which of the following is the BEST way of staying objective when dealing with an emotional person?
Healthy behaviors include all of the following EXCEPT:
Which of the following is NOT an important component of planning ahead?
Which of the following is NOT considered a negative way to cope with stress?
Which of the following is NOT a way to redirect your energy?
Which of the following coping strategies involves having a positive attitude?
Talking with a trusted person about what stresses you is an example of what type of coping strategy?
Reading and gazing at the stars are two ways to __________.
Which of the following scenarios represents a safe situation for the child?
A group of people who force other people to hurt or humiliate themselves as initiation into their group is committing which of the following acts of violence?
Which of the following is an important step in the process of conflict resolution?
In general, which is NOT critical to understanding how to communicate effectively
What is the primary purpose of flowers?
These agricultural technicians specialize in growing flowers, fruits, vegetables, shrubs
This flower part produces pollen
This is the flower stalk, a special stem that holds the flower
These are leaf-like structures that usually protect petals and are attached to the edge of the receptacle
These are elongated, vase-shaped structure of a flower that contains the stigma, style and ovary
If a flower lacks one or more of the four basic flower parts it is known as a(n)
Male flowers.
These plants require separate plants to produce staminate or pistillate flowers such as hollies, willows, poplars.
Which of the following is not a major factor that affects flowers
This process forms fruits when pollen fuses with ovaries
This process involves the transfer of pollen from an anther to the stigma of a pistil
If only 1 plant is involved in the pollination process, it is known as
Which of the following is not an example of a helper in cross-pollination?
These are created by cross-pollinating between 2 species of the same plant.
The sweet tasting liquid that attracts pollinating insects, birds, etc.
An allergy to pollen
During fertilization, the sperm and egg fuse in the _________ to produce seeds.
2 sperms are needed for reproduction. This is known as
The sperm and egg cells are known as
These fruits from on a flower with only one pistil
These fruits form on one flower with several pistils
A strawberry is an example of what type of fruit?
A cucumber is an example of a fruit that is fleshy throughout. This is called a
Cherries are fleshy but have an inner woody layer called a stone. This is called a
Apples have an outer fleshy layer but an inner paper core. This is called a
Peas are not fleshy or juicy but are found in pods containing several seeds. This is called a
Maples and elms produce these seeds that have a winglike structure
These are dry fruits consisting of a seed and a hard covering.
Fruits from the grass family, such as barley, oats, rye, rice, require milling to remove shells. These are called
Seeds are sometimes carried by animals that eat the fruit. This is _______ dispersal.
Fruits that burst open scattering seeds use _______ dispersal.
Seeds fully develop from what structure?
This provides nutrition to the growing embryo within seeds
This provides a protective covering to the seed
This is a scar on the surface of a seed coat of where the seed was attached to the ovary during development.
The shoot that develops into stem and leaves from the seed
This develops into the root system from the seed
The period of inactivity that helps ensure the seed germinates at the right time
During germination, the seed absorbs water, the tissues of the embryo swell and grow. What happens next?
Small openings in the bark that allow air to enter the stem
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_____is the source of energy for almost all living things.
Nature's recyclers are:
The number of individuals in a population is the population's _____.
The physical area or environment in which an organism lives is its:
Sunlight is_____.
Air is _____.
Plants are _____.
Soil is_____.
Temperature is_____.
Water is_____.
Mammals are___.
Fungi is_____.
Bacteria is_____.
Climate is_____.
A single individual from a population is _____?
A _____is a consumer that eats animals.
Organisms that eat producers or other organisms to obtain energy are called _____.
Scientists who study the connections among living things specialize in_____.
A tree that is unaffected by an orchid living on one of its branches is an example of_____.
What is the amount of dissolved substances in water?
Where do ocean salts come from?
What is a thermocline?
How do plankton move?
What is photosynthesis?
What is a tropic level?
What is a food chain?
How are marine organisms classified?
What is a pycnocline?
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In what direction do air currents travel?
What causes hot air to rise?
In which direction do winds travel?
What does wind speed depend on?
What effect does the Sun's uneven heating of the Earth have on weather patterns?
Where on Earth would you expect to find the warmest and least dense air?
Where on Earth would you expect to find the coldest and densest air?
Why does cold air push warm air upward?
Will the speed of a wind be greater if the difference in air pressure is large or small?
What are the differences between highs and lows?
Un instrument qui utilise la dilatation et la contraction d'un liquide pour mesurer la temperature.
Un exemple est la glace seche
Un graphique qui montre quand une substance change d'etat de matiere
Quand on manipule quelque chose et cela cause de la chaleur
On a besoin de __________________ pour garder la chaleur
Quand on porte du noir pendant l'ete, on attire de la chaleur a cause de ___________
Quand on change d'etat de matiere dans une courbe de temperature
Transfert de chaleur cause par la collision de particules dans un solide
Une forme d'energie qui se propage des substances les plus chaudes aux substances les moins chaudes.
La capacite de bouger
Why is Gregor Mendel important in Biology?
Mendel crossed a heterozygous red flowered plant (Rr) with a homozygous white flowered plant (rr). What percentage of the offspring will have white flowers?
Mendel crossed a homozygous red flowered plant (RR) with a homozygous white flowered plant (rr). What percentage of the offspring had white flowers?
Mendel's first law, the law of segregation, states that only one allele can be represented in a gamete. What process makes sure that gametes only have one allele for a gene?
Mendel crossed two heterozygous red flowered plants (Rr). What percentage of the offspring will have red flowers?
Mendel's second law states that alleles of different genes separate randomly. In which PHASE of meiosis do homologous chromosomes line up randomly in the middle of the cell?
What do punnet squares show?
Mendel crossed two homozygous red flowered plants (RR). What percentage of the offspring will have red flowers?
In genetic crosses, there are always an equal number of phenotypes and genotypes.
Ms. Larson has blue eyes, a recessive trait (bb). Which of the following could be the genotypes of Ms. Larson's parents?
The mineral that makes up most of the earth\'s crust is?
Color alone cannot be used to identify a mineral because....
Earthy, silky, waxy, metallic and pearly are terms used to describe a
Table salt is made from deposits of the mineral?
What is the Moh's scale?
Why does magma that cools deep below the surface have large crystals?
The softest know mineral is _______. The hardest known mineral is __________.
A mineral can scratch any mineral......
The difference between a piece of coal and a diamond is...
The color of sulfur is _______, azuritte is _______, pyrite is________and malachite is_______?
What word is defined as the ability to cause change?
The transfer of energy through motion is the definition of ____________.
Stored energy is classified as __________.
The total energy of the particles in a material is called
The total amount of kinetic and potential energy of a system is called _________.
The basic LI unit of energy is the _______.
Which of these does not represent work done on a rock in a scientific sense?
The ________ of an object depends upon its position
The total amount of kinetic and potential energy in a closed system is called ____.
If the velocity of an object increases, the ____ of the object will also increase.
What quantities are used to describe a gas?
The amount of a gas is measured in...
Temperature is defined as...
Collisions of gas particles are considered to be...
The pressure of a gas is defined as...
Boyles law states that pressure and volume are...
Charles' law states that volume and temperature are
The instrument that measures the pressure of the atmosphere directly is called a/an...
Gases deviate from ideal when...
Which of the following is not a characteristic of a gas?
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The name for flowering seed plants, which produce seeds that are covered by fruits
This type of flower consists of disk flowers and ray flowers making up the sunflower family
The legume family is associated with which cycle?
Plant family to which poison sumac, poison ivy, and poison oak belong.
These grow on the roots of legumes in order to help convert nitrogen into ammonia and nitrates
These are also found in the soil producing nitrates from decomposing plants and animals as well as fertilizers
Nitrogen returns to the atmosphere through
Which of the following is not an example of a monocot?
The bushy head formed by the leaves in a broadleaf tree
Which of the following refers to plants that live 3 or more years?
Una razón principal por la que los historiadores consideran que George Washington fue un gran presidente es que él
Una consecuencia de la decisión de la Corte Suprema en el caso Marbury vs. Madison (1803) fue
Una razón principal por la que el presidente Thomas Jefferson apoyó la compra del Territorio de Luisiana fue porque
El presidente Thomas Jefferson envió a Lewis y Clark al territorio recientemente adquirido de Luisiana principalmente para
¿Qué estados modernos se anexaron con la Compra de Luisiana?
Una consecuencia de la Guerra de 1812 fue que los Estados Unidos
¿Qué acción tomó el gobierno de los Estados Unidos entre 1820 y 1840 hacia los indígenas norteamericanos?
En 1825, la ciudad de Nueva York fue conectada a los Grandes Lagos mediante la apertura de
¿Cuál de los siguientes inventos fue el que más ayudó a conectar las materias primas, los fabricantes, y los mercados?
Un objetivo importante de la Convención de Seneca Falls (1848) fue
Durante la primera mitad del siglo XIX (19), el movimiento abolicionista luchó por
Durante la década de 1840, los estadounidenses utilizaron la idea del Destino Manifiesto para justificar
¿Qué evento fue una de las principales causas de la guerra con México (1846–1848)?
Durante fines del decenio de 1840, miles de personas se sintieron atraídas a California para
Durante la presidencia de George Washington, ¿quién desarrolló el plan económico para pagar la enorme deuda que tenía EE.UU.?
En un mensaje al Congreso de 1823, ¿Cuál presidente dijo que EE.UU. no permitiría a las naciones europeas crear colonias americanas o interferir con las naciones libres de América Latina?
¿Cuál invento permitió el crecimiento de la industria textil porque brindó un método más rápido de separación de la semilla y la fibra de algodón?
¿Cómo se llamaba el sistema establecido por los abolicionistas que se secretamente ayudaba a los esclavos escapar y lograr su libertad?
¿Cuál tratado puso fin a la Guerra México-Americano?
¿Por qué los mormones se trasladaron a Utah?
Which of the following did Hannibal NOT have to overcome during the Punic Wars?
Who won the Punic Wars?
What type of government did Rome have during the 12 Tables?
Which of the following is NOT a plebeian?
Rome is in what continent?
Which of the following did NOT make up part of Hannibal's army in the Punic Wars?
What was Hannibal's BIGGEST mistake in the 2nd Punic War?
What does Rule of Law mean?
The legend of the creation of Rome says that Rome was created by:
A Roman consul is MOST like a US
The present day country of Italy can be best described as which of the following:
What was the primary reason for the Punic Wars?
Which of the following is NOT true of the Roman Senate
.___________________ was the Native American woman who assisted the Corps of Discovery on their expedition through the Louisiana Territory.
__________________________ was the first central government in the U.S.
The Bill of Rights are the first _________ amendments that protects the rights of citizens.
The Neutrality Proclamation stated the U.S. would not take sides in the war with any ______________ countries
_______________________ were a series or essays defending the Constitution
22. Foreign-born people whose parents are not citizens must move to the U.S. to become __________________ citizens
The main goal of the ____________________ branch is to execute the laws
The treaty of _________________ ended the War of 1812.
The expedition to explore the area known as Louisiana was led by Meriwether Lewis and William ___________.
Congress may make changes or _______________ to the Constitution.
President Washington believed that the U.S. should remain _____________ and remain independent from disputes with other countries.
The Judicial branch may declare a law unconstitutional and this serves as an example of ______________________________
______________________ means to officially approve
Under the Alien and Sedition acts, citizens could be fined or jail for publishing or voicing ____________________ against the government (Page 253)
Anti-federalists thought too much power was concentrated in the national or ________________ government
This is the highest court in the U.S. and its decisions are final.
This amendment protects citizens and their freedoms such as speech and assembly
This amendment protects citizens against illegal search and seizure
This amendment gives citizens the right to bear arms.
The goal of the United States Constituion...
The term for the edge a blade of a leaf.
The vein the the middle of the blade.
The stalk that attaches the leaf to the stem.
The leaf arrangement that has 2 leaves on each node with leaves directly above or below.
The growth of a plant toward light is known as
What is the main function of a leaf?
The leaf arrangement that has a cluster of leaves growing around the base of the plant
This leaf has more than one blade on every petiole.
The main organ system that leaves are apart of
The point where the leaf grows from the stem.
This waxy structure is present in some plants, such as holly, for protection.
These allow air to move into and out of leaves as well as regulate transpiration.
This layer of the leaf is the covering for the upper and lower surfaces of the leaf and is sometimes covered in a waxy structure.
These extensions on the epidermis of a leaf slow water loss and sometimes produce toxic chemicals.
These cells open and close the stomata regulate the flow of gases, particularly water vapor.
The middle portion of the leaf where photosynthesis takes place
These contain vascular tissue, xylem and phloem, within the leaf
Straight lines of veins in a leaf denote
Branching lines of veins in a leaf similar to the crown of deciduous trees denote
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A mineral that splits into even sheets shows which of the following properties?
Minerals are comprised of one or more ___.
The properties of a mineral are primarily a result of its ___.
All silicate minerals contain atoms of silicon and ___.
Which of the following is an example of a mineral?
How many silicon atoms are in a basic silicon-oxygen tetrahedron?
Because minerals do not come from once-living materials, they are said to be ___.
Which characteristic is used to determine the color of a mineral's powder?
In a mineral, the particles lines up in a repeating pattern to form a(n) ___.
Minerals from which metals can be removed in usable amounts are called ___.
Igneous rock that cools rapidly when it forms may ahve a texture that is ___.
Igneous rock that formed from lava that erupted onto Earth's surface is called ___.
The most abundant intrusive rock in the continental crust is ___.
The process by which sediment settles out of the water or wind carrying it is ___.
A sedimentary rock made up of rock fragments with rounded edges is called ___.
Over time, coral buried by sediments can turn into ___.
A metamorphic rock in which the grains line up in parallel bands is a ___.
Magma that cools slowly forms ____ rock.
Quartz is a mineral, granite is ___.
Detrital rocks are ___.
Although this person originally fought for the colonists, he was later discovered as a traitor when he turned an important fort over to the British.
This individual was commander-in-chief of the Continental Army during the revolution. He was elected the first president of the United States.
This person was known as the “voice of the American Revolution” because he was famous for speaking out against such things as the Stamp Act and the Intolerable Acts. During one of his most famous speeches he said, “Give me liberty or give me de
This person is credited with writing the Declaration of Independence. He was later elected as the 3rd president of the United States.
This was the ruler of Great Britain who thought that taxing the colonists would help him pay for the French and Indian War.
This person was a famous inventor, scientist, publisher, philosopher, and leader. He served on a committee to help write the Declaration of Independence, but he was not credit with writing it. He served as a delegate and asked France for help during
This person convinced others to sign the Declaration of Independence. He helped set up the U.S. Navy and marines. He signed the Treaty of Paris, ending the American Revolution. He was vice president under Washington before becoming our 2nd president.
Why do Americans have a holiday called Independence Day on the 4th of July?
The Declaration of Independence said, "All men are created equal". What did this mean to the colonists?
According to the Declaration of Independence, where does the power of governement come from?
What is the body system that transport sugars through out the body?
Which process involves water moving across a selectively permeable membrane?
The organelle that captures sunlight is....
What will happen to a cell when it is placed in salt water?
An elodea leaf lives in the water. What are the bubbles being released by the plant?
Which organelle provides energy for cells?
How do bacteria reproduce?
Which structure transports water throughout the plant?
Which process produces the most energy?
In order to stop cancer cells from reproducing, what process needs to be stopped?
How a mineral reflects light from its surface
A substance composed of a single atom
The property of splitting evenly.
The repeating pattern of a mineral's particles.
The color of a minerals powder when rubbed on a tile.
The diamond has a hardness of.....
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of all minerals
The ranking of minerals from soft to hard.
The property of not splitting evenly.
A mineral that dissolves in water is
WHAT DOES LIFE SCIENCE STUDY
USING ONE OR MORE OF YOUR SENSES TO GATHER INFORMATION IS CALLED
MAKING A FORECAST OF WHAT WILL HAPPEN IS CALLED
THE STUDY OF HOW LIVING THINGS INTERACT IS
WHICH WORD DESCRIBES ALL OF WHAT HAPPENS IN LIVING THINGS
WHAT IS A POSSIBLE EXPLANATION FOR SET OF OBSERVATIONS
YOU DRAW A CONCLUSION FROM AN EXPERIMENT, YOU ASK IF THE DATA IS
SCIENTIST COMMUNICATE THEIR RESEARCH SO THAT OTHER SCIENTIST CAN
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LIFE SCIENCE IS THE STUDY OF
LIVING THINGS CHANGE & GET MORE COMPLEX DURING THEIR LIFETIME IT IS
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the many different kinds of living things are alike in some ways
living things work in a different way than the rest of the natural world
a hypothesis is a possible answer to a scientific question
if an accident occurs in the laboratory you should tell your teacher immediately
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Because minerals do not come from once-living material, they are said to be
In a mineral, the particles line up in a repeating pattern to form a(n)
Which characteristic is used to determine a mineral color?
Halite is a mineral formed through the evaporation of
Minerals from which metals can be removed in usable amounts are called
Which feature is not ordinarily used to identify a mineral?
Which of the following minerals is the softest?
If a mineral has a mass of 20 g and a volume of 10 ml, it has a density of
Which of the following is a gemstone?
What is the chemical composition of quartz?
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R29 Which of the following European nations did NOT establish colonies in the America's?
R27 This member of the Portuguese royal family built a school for sailors sponsored many voyages of exploration along the western coast of Africa.
R26/27/29 How did possessing colonies in the America's, Africa, Asia benefit/help the nations of Europe following the Age of Exploration?
R26 Why did the Kings Queens of Europe send missionaries to their colonies after the Age of Exploration?
R31 Which of the following conditions existed among European nations prior to (before) the outbreak of World War I?
R32/33 The Czars of Russia had complete power over their subjects could even have people killed. Most Czars became Czar, not through being elected by the citizens, but because their father was the previous Czar. Czarist Russia is a great example
R33 Russia had been ruled by Czars for almost 400 years. The Russian Revolution occurred in 1917. How did this change Russia?
R31 What was the immediate cause of World War I in Europe?
Which of the following best describes World War I?
R31 Which of the following countries were members of the Central Powers during World War I?
R34 Which of the following was NOT one of the terms of the Versailles Treaty?
R34/35 How did the Versailles Treaty affect Germany?
The majority of Germany supported the Nazi Party because they promised to…
R35 Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party blamed Germany's economic depression mostly on whom?
R36 World War II in Europe began in September of 1939, when France Britain declared war on Nazi Germany. They did this because Hitler's Germany invaded what eastern European country?
R36 Which term is commonly used to describe the efforts of Nazi Germany, led by Adolf Hitler, to systematically exterminate the Jews of Europe during World War II?
What does CDE stand for?
This officer keeps financial records
Which officer is required to take minutes of a meeting?
The advisor is stationed by the
What happened in FFA in 1988?
FFA Colors are:
What is the highest FFA degree one can earn?
Learning to do, doing to learn, earning to live, living to serve is an example of what?
SAE stands for:
Who wrote the FFA Creed?
Which body part is on the horses legs?
Which body part is near the horses back?
Which body part is nearest to the horses head?
How do you measure a horse?
Which is not a characteristic of halter judging?
A mature female horse is a:
A mature male horse is a:
A mature male horse that has been castrated is:
What is the correct terminology to use when addressing the President?
A main motion needs a second.
What is the study of plants?
What is the study for animals?
What is the study of insects?
What is the study of birds?
What is the study of organisms and interactions with the environment?
Which of the following is not a characteristic of life?
Several tissues working together make up a(n)
Several cells working together make up a
Several ____________ working together make up a cell.
Several organ systems working together make up a(n)
Which organelle is primarily composed of microtubules that hold up the shape of the cell?
Which of the following organelles is found in an animal cell?
The powerplants of the cell that produces ATP
The jellylike substance that fills the cell
The organelle that determines what substances can go in and out of the cell
The organelle that breaks down toxins, wastes and manufacture fat molecules?
Which organelle is the protein factory of the cell?
Which organelle is the garbage, cleaning and recycling center of the cell?
Where is DNA found in the cell?
Where does photosynthesis take place in a plant cell?
Which scientist observed thin sections of cork and named them cells?
Who disproved spontaneous generation?
Who concluded that cells must arise from preexisting cells?
Who concluded that animal tissues are composed of cells?
Who used a handmade microscope to observe pond water and called his discovery animalcules?
Which cells have more rigid, boxlike shape?
Which scientist concluded that plant parts are made of cells?
Which of the following is not part of cell theory?
Which of the following is not a form of cellular variety?
Which organism is made up specialized cells that perform different functions?
List the 4 stages of mitosis in order.
List the 4 phases of the cell cycle in order.
During which stage of the cell cycle do chromosomes double in number?
The cytoplasm separates during which phase of the cell cycle?
During this phase, the nuclear envelope and nucleolus break down.
During this phase, the chromosomes condense and become packaged.
During this phase, the chromosomes attach to the spindle apparatus and line up along the middle of the cell.
During this phase, the chromatids separate from each other moving to the opposite ends of the cells
During this of the cell cycle, the cell spends most of its time here and is not actively dividing.
During this phase, the nucleus reforms in each daughter cell and the DNA concoils.
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