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How many Enters after the date?
Why do you have a QS after the closing?
Where is the Attention Line located?
What is required with USPS Letter Address Style?
What is block format?
Reference initials refer to
How many Enters below the writers name, is the copy notation located?
What is included in a second-page heading?
What makes a letter modified block format?
What is mixed punctuation
Is it true that you can use either Open or Mix Punctuation on a Mod. Block format?
How many times are the Date, Closing, and Writer\'s Name/Title tabbed?
How many spaces after the date?
How many spaces between paragraphs?
How do you set the margins?
If a line is in ALL CAPS and located a DS below the Saluation, it is the:
What is located a DS below the body?
How many Enters are required before the reference initials
There are ___ types of simple machines.
Which of these cannot be done by a machine?
In an ideal machine, the work input ___ work output
The ___ of a machine is the number of times it multiplies the effort force.
To raise a resistance 4 m, the effort rope of a single fixed pulley must move ___.
The ideal mechanical advantage of a pulley system in which five ropes support an object is ___
In a wheel and axle, the resistance force is usually exerted by the ___.
The IMA of an inclined plane 8 m long and 2 m high is ___.
As the efficiency of a machine increases, the ___ of the machine increases.
The IMA of an inclined plane can increased by ___.
Air is about ________ % nitrogen
The layer of the atmosphere nest ot the ground is the ___________.
The layer of the atmosphere that extends into space is the ______.
As the amount of water vapor in the air increases, the density of the air ______________
______________ can result when an air mass rapidly cools, causing water vapor to condense
About _____________ % of the sunlight that reaches the top of the atmosphere is absorbed by the Earth's surface
If the Earth consistently absorbed more energy from the sun than it radiated into space
Which statement would be FALSE? The sun heats the Earth unevenly because __________
Convection is caused by
The Coriolis effect is the tendency for the path of a moving object to shift to the right in the Northern Hemisphere and to the left in the Southern Hemisphere
The Coriolis effect is caused by
The Coriolis effect tends to influence the wind by giving it an
An atmosphereic circulation cell is a distinct air mass that has the same air flow pattern as all the other cells, but different weather
The trade winds are found between ______ and ______ degrees lattitude
The trade winds blow _____________
The westerlies are found betwwen ______ and _____ degrees latitude
Westerlies blow _______________
The _____________ equator is at 0 degrees latitude
The ______________ equator is an imaginary line marking the temperature equilibrium between the 2 hemispheres.
Choose the false statement. Most of the Earth's major deserts occur _______________.
You would expect the ocean near a desert to have __________ salinity copmared to the average ocean salinity.
A monsoon is
What does ITCZ stand for?
A _____________ forms within a single atmospheric cell
A ____________ forms along the boundary of where a Handley and polar Ferrel cells meet
Cyclones form where
Air circulates counterclockwise ina Northern Hemisphere cyclone because the low pressure that draws in the winds is stronger than the Coriolis effect
A difference between a tropical cyclone and an extratropical cyclone is
A difference between a tropical cyclone and an extratropical cyclone is
A typhoon is an intense cyclone that occurs over the ______________
Sedimentary rocks record past geological events and
In what type of rocks would geologosts most likely find evidence of past life forms
The geological processes that shape the Earth\'s features today
According to the principle of cross cutting relationships, and instrusive rock body is
The dating process that places geological events in proper sequence is referred to as
What type of unconformity consists of tilted sedimentary rocks that are over layed by younger, more flat lying sedimentary rocks?
Fossils are the
Assume you began with 10 g or a radioactive parent isotope. Home many grames of parent isotope will be present in the sample after 2 half lives?
Which two substances do geologist use in radio carbon dating?
What is the currently accepted age of the Earth?
The largest expanse of time on the geological time scale is the
The era of ancient life iis know as the
About 88% of Earth's history is with the expanse of time before the Phanerozoic Era called the ___________.
Some continents contain large core area of Precambrian rocks called
Which of the followig gases was NOT part of Earth's original atmosphere?
What is the major source of free oxygen in the atmosphere?
The most common Precambrian fossils are layered mounds of calcium carbonate called
The Paleozoic era lasted about
During the early Paleozoic era, South America, Africa, Australia, Antartica, India and perhaps China comprised the vast southern continent of
Laurasia was made up of which modern continents
What happened to all the continents by the close of the Paleozoic era
In early Paleozoic era, life was restricted to the
What improtant event in animal evolution marks the beginning of the Cambrian eon
What event may have triggered the great Paleozoic extinctions?
What animals dominated the Mesozoic era
One group of reptiles, characterized by the fossil Archaipteryx, led to the evolution of __________.
What likely contributed to the extinction tht marks the end of the Mesozoic Era?
How are mammals distinct from reptiles
What principle states that physical, biological and chemical processes we observe today have also operated in the geologic past
Fossils rarely preserve the _________ parts of animals because scavengers often eat them and bacteria decompose them
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This act was signed December 29, 1970 as a result of four significant worker safety events. OSHA was created from it April 28, 1971.
Why was it considered necessary to establish OSHA?
The creation of OSHA provided this important right to workers:
I hate Emily. She's so mean to me. She even gave us a scare at the picnic.
I went to the store with Jessica. We bought lots of spicy chips. I ate too many and got sick.
Which sentence is written using first person point of view?
The third little pig was a very smart and thoughtful pig. He thought his brothers were silly for building their homes out of such weak materials. Knowing safety was of the utmost importance, the third little pig built his house out of bricks.
Once upon a time there were three little pigs who each had homes of their own. The first little pig had a home built out of sticks. The second little pig had a home built out of straw. The third little pig was a very smart and thoughtful pig.
Which line is written in first person?
She said, I don't know what I'm going to do.
She went to her best friend's house to study. When she got there, she started to wonder how big her best friend's dog Jasper had gotten. They went outside and rode their bikes for 20 minutes, ate dinner, and then she went home.
Now I know you all have heard that I'm a mean guy who always want to blow down pigs' houses, but I'm here to tell you that just ain't true. When they call me the Big Bad Wolf it really hurts my feelings.
Which of the following is a characteristic of a story written in third-person point of view?
Objective Point of View
Subjective point of view
The essay remains on topic and focused; does not wander from the main idea and each idea has importance and contributes to the whole.
All elements in an essay connect to a central topic.
The paper is organized logically and flows smoothly from one idea to the next.
Ranking of ideas
was failed is an example of
A statement of the main idea/controlling purpose of an essay
TAG stands for
Drawing out language unnecessarily - major breakthrough; 9am in the morning; past history; plan ahead; forever and ever; we are never, ever, ever, ever getting back together
Thesis statements containing multiple ideas should be _____.
A sentence lacking a subject or verb.
The use of a comma to join two or more independent clauses (too many commas - not enough connective tissue/transition).
Two or more independent clauses joined without appropriate punctuation.
A penny saved is a penny earned; early bird gets the worm, etc.
The individual or group for whom the text is written.
The formation of a word by imitation of sound such as honk, boom, clap, snap, etc.
Repetition of the beginning sounds in a line of literature - Ex - While I pondered, weak and weary...
The point in a text where the audience feels the highest moment of suspense as a result of the action.
The term objective most closely means
The vantage point from which a story is told
Hints or clues of what is yet to occur in a text.
A method of characterization whereby the author/narrator makes a direct statement about a character's traits.
The author/narrator reveals information about a character subtly through the STEAL elements.
If something is irrelevant it
Toby displayed his toy car at the pinecar derby. In this sentence, toy is what part of speech?
We stopped by the school to find the teacher. In this sentence, by is an example of what part of speech?
Her research paper was very well written. In this sentence, her is what part of speech?
Ha! You wish you could be exempt from exams. In this sentence, Ha! is used as what part of speech?
Because I left the party, I missed out on the bonfire. In this sentence, because is used as what part of speech?
That must be a great essay! In this sentence, that is what part of speech?
Don't you think everyone in the class did well? In this sentence, well is used as what part of speech?
Which of the following examples is a good example of a thesis statement?
Thesis statements should include all of the following EXCEPT
There is too much to do right now I have 5 final exams, a basketball game, and a babysitting job.
The student was burned by the F on the test.
Rainsford fled by water, on foot, and jumped over the tiger pit.
When we left the school.
In which colony did the starving period take place?
Which of the following colonies disappeared?
In which colony did the witch trials take place?
In what time period was the wilderness viewed as evil, savage, and scary?
Which of the following is NOT an example of the colonial perspective of wilderness?
What did the early colonists call native Americans?
Which of the following best explains why the colonial attitude shifted and the west quickly expanded?
What was an analogy for cultivate in the late 1700s and early 1800s?
In 1803, which one of the following more than doubled the size of the United States?
What were Lewis and Clark NOT searching for when they explored out to the Pacific Ocean?
Which event did NOT pull settlers westward?
What was NOT a hardship that settlers had to deal with while going westward?
In which time period did the settlers turn the western wilderness into cultivated land?
Which of the following is NOT a Romantic example of the wilderness?
Which of the following is NOT a description of the American character according to the Frontier Thesis?
Who wrote the frontier thesis?
Which of the following best describes the modern view of wilderness?
Which of the following best describes the counter-culture view of the wilderness?
Which groups of people viewed nature as of God and encouraged wandering into nature to find yourself?
Which group of people were more interested in a man living in the wilderness than the world seires?
A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one.
a brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or idea of historical, cultural, literary or political significance.
a comparison in which an idea or a thing is compared to another thing that is quite different from it. It aims at explaining that idea or thing by comparing it to something that is familiar. Metaphors and similes are tools used to draw the comparison
Figure of repetition that occurs when the first word or set of words in one sentence, clause, or phrase is/are repeated at or very near the beginning of successive sentences, clauses, or phrases; repetition of the initial word(s) over successive phra
An apostrophe is a figure of speech in which a writer or a character stops addressing the reader and redirects their attention to a third party.
the omission or absence of a conjunction between parts of a sentence
the repetition of phrases or words is at the end of successive sentences
refers to repetitive sounds produced by consonants within a sentence or phrase
when two or more words close to one another repeat the same vowel sound but start with different consonant sounds
An appeal derived from authorial and/or speaker credibility.
An appeal derived from facts, statistics, research, concrete evidence...
Appeal to emotion
errors in reasoning and/or argument
All, everyone, some, obviously, most, etc. are examples of
Exaggeration for effect.
Use of successive conjunctions to slow down sequence of ideas.
a literary style in which a character's thoughts, feelings, and reactions are depicted in a continuous flow uninterrupted by objective description or conventional dialogue.
Use of an object to suggest or represent another object or idea.
the arrangement of words and phrases to create well-formed sentences in a language.
The attitude the author/speaker takes toward his or her subject.
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The _____________________ is the era of current time
The break up of the supercontinent ___________ occured during the Mesozoic era
Many ancient fossils from the Precambiran era are preserved in a hard, dense chemical sedimentary rock called
_________________ were the dominant plants of the Mesozoic era
During the Cenozoic era __________ replaced the gymnosperms as the dominant land plants
List the three types of geological unconformities
What conditions are important in determining whether an organism will be preserved as a fossil
Which is a NOT a characteristic of an index fossil
What are the three eras of the Phanerozoic era?
Which is NOT an advantage of hard parts, such as shells, for animals that possess them?
What advantage did gymnosperms have over more primitive plants
What is an adaptation by mammals in the Cenozoic era
What is an adaptation by mammals in the Cenozoic era
What is an adaptation by mammals in the Cenozoic era
What is an adaptation by mammals in the Cenozoic era
What is the Bishop motto
What language is the Bishop mottos written in
What does the Bishop motto mean
What is the name of the school that gave rise to Bishop
How much time do students have between classes
What are rocks made of?
Which type of rock can be formed by heat?
How may sedimentary rocks be formed?
What main group of rock can be formed from rock which has undergone a change?
A shiny, black igneous rock form which Indians made arrowheads
Beautiful metamorphic rock from which the Lincoln Memorial is made
igneous rock from which most of the earth's crust under the continents is made
Sedimentary rock that can be used for writing & the metamorphic rock that is written on
Sedementary rock made from mud
Igneous rock that floats
Why does water always seek to get to a lower level?
Define erosion.
What two forms of water erode the soil?
What is a delta?
Where does the soil in a delta come from?
How can floods be helpful?
Glaciers are
Sediment is
Dams are built to
Conservation is
Air, the gas we are most familiar with, consists of
Which of the following is not a correct value for atmospheric pressure?
Which of the following is not a property of gases?
Collisions of gas particles in whcih no energy of motion is lost are called
The ability of gases to spread rapidly through other gases is explained by
The characteristics (variables) of gases needed to describe a gas completely include all of the following except
The most useful unit for describing the amount of a gas is the
An insturment used to measure the pressure exerted by a gas is the
What are the standard conditions of temperature and pressure?
If the amount and temperature of a gas are kept constant, the pressure and volume of the gas are
When a sample of a gas is kept at constant pressure, the volume and temperature of the gas are
The temperature scale that has absolute zero as its zero point is the
The law of partial pressures of gases was formulated by
In a mixture of gases, the total pressure of the mixture is equal to the
The ideal gas law describes the behavior of real gases under
What temperature scale must be used when working with the ideal gas equation?
When working with a manometer, if the column of mercury is higher on the open side,
In Boyle's law, if the pressure goes down, what will the volume do?
In Charles' law, if the volume goes up, what will the temperature do?
If three gases are contained in a single container, and their pressures are 1.2 atm, 2.4 atm, and 1.4 atm, then the pressure of the mixture is
Which of the following is not a weather instrument?
Fahrenheit and Celcius are two _________.
Clouds form when water vapor changes to water droplets in the air. This process is called _______.
To estimate wind speed, you can use __________.
Stratus clouds are ________.
Snow, sleet, rain, and hail are kinds of __________.
Air pressure is measured in _______.
The movement of water on, above, and below Earth's surface is _________.
Two things about wind that weather forcasters measure are _________.
Scientists who study weather and the atmosphere are called ________.
During this war, the British fought against the French and Native Americans.
_____________- the French were forced to give up all land in North America
The ________ placed a tax on everything made of paper and sold in the colonies.
This person wrote Common Sense, which that gave reasons why the colonies should break away from Britain.
This is the money people pay to the government.
When you refuse to buy a product, you __________ it
This document was approved by congress on July 4, 1776
This war began April 19, 1775. Minutemen and the British fought the first battles in Massachusetts
This person wrote the Declaration of Independence.
This person lead the Continental Army and spent the winter at Valley Forge in 1777-1778
Nelson Mandela was the President of this country
Legalized separation of races
Improved trade and economy
This was built to protect the people from suicide bombers
The location of the conflict between the farmers and the herders
Rich, fertile land that is suitable for farming
Renewable resource
The process of land becoming unsuitable for farming due to overgrazing and drought
Religion of the Israelis
The Palestinians are of this faith
What minerals are found in granite?
Which element(s) make a rock attract to a magnet?
A rock with porphyritic texture has.....
Which sentence is true about the grain size in rock?
The grain shape of a rock, such as granite, is determined by....
Which sentence is true about the silica composition of igneous rocks
Particles of minerals and other rocks that make up rock are called
Which sentence is true about basalt?
Why have people throughout history, use igneous rocks for tools and building materials?
The defintion of an igneous rock is?
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Who were the nomads that entered the Indus valley in 1500 BC?
According the the caste system, what were Kshatriyas in ancient India?
WHich of the following is a reactant in the process of photosynthesis?
Which of the following is a product of photosynthesis?
The pigment that absorbs radiant energy from the sun.
Radiant Energy is transformed into ________________ during photosynthesis.
An organism that can produce its own food.
An organism that hunts down and eats another organism
Which of the following is an example of a producer-consumer relationship?
Which of the following is an example of a predator-prey relationship.
How much energy is passed on to the next trophic level?
An organism that is hunted by another organism for food
What is the ultimate source of energy for all life on Earth?
Which of the following lists the levels of organization of living things in order from most complex to least complex?
What is the function of the cell membrane?
What is the function of the mitochondria?
Which three organelles are used to distinguish a plant cell from an animal cell?
The cell wall provides structure and support for the plant cell. This is most like which part of the human body?
Which of the following is NOT a part of the cell theory?
The kidney is the main organ in which body system?
Which body system is responsible for gas exchange in the human body?
The integumentary system is most like which part of a single cell?
In Romeo and Juliet, who are the only characters that know about Romeo and Juliet's wedding?
In Romeo and Juliet, which character killed by Tybalt says A plague o' both your houses?
In Romeo and Juliet, who cried this before taking his/her own life O happy dagger?
Which of the following is an example of a pun?
In the end of Romeo and Juliet, what has been accomplished?
Which of the following is an example of dramatic irony in Romeo and Juliet?
Which of the following is an example of an oxymoron?
In Romeo and Juliet, how does Romeo learn of Capulet's party?
In Romeo and Juliet, when Juliet says What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other nsme would smell as sweet, she means....
In Romeo and Juliet, what plan does Friar Laurence and Juliet make?
In Romeo and Juliet, what does Romeo mean when he says, Oh, dear account! My life is my foe's debt?
Odysseus proves himself to Penelope by revealing the secret of ______________.
The Odyssey includes all of the following themes EXCEPT -
Who was the immortal that helped Odysseus by disguising him and helping him defeat the suitors?
Dramatic irony refers to a situation in which the reader knows more than the character does. Which of the following events is an example of dramatic irony?
Choose a phrase that best defines epic simile.
Who was the epic hero in this story?
Which of the following is NOT a trait of an epic hero?
Odysseus does not kill the Cyclops when he first has the opportunity because...
What did Circe do to Odysseus's men?
The story that is credited to Homer that precedes the Odyssey and discusses the Trojan War is called...
Fiction
The point of most intense excitement in a narrative is called the
The methods an author uses to develop the qualities and personalities of characters in a narrative.
A statement that appears to be contradictory but actually is not.
Writing that embodies one or more of the figures of speech is called ___.
A character that is underdeveloped or one whose characterization is dominated by merely one character trait, excluding all others.
A complex, well-developed and believable character about whom the audience knows quite a bit.
The technique the author uses to reveal past experiences of the character to further the reader's understanding of the character and possibly the character's motives.
The use of one object to represent or suggest another.
The middle of a narrative when the antagonist has been identified and the characters, setting, conflict, and themes are more fully developed. The small, everyday occurrences that factor into and shape the plot.
A character, such as Rainsford, who transforms and changes as a result of the conflict within the text.
Written language with defined, standard sentence structure. No meter, poetic elements, etc.
Related to regionalism - a particular form of language
The use of human, exaggeration, or irony to expose or criticize people's vices or stupidity. Usually related to politics and current events.
Coming of Age novel detailing a person's formative education and/or spiritual education.
Word Choice
The author's attitude toward his/her subject.
The main idea or meaning of story or poem. Stated in sentence form with a message or meaning implied.
Recurring ideas and symbols that dominate a text. Usually stated in terms of conflicts, symbols, or ideas.
A character who does not change throughout the course of the text.
A member calls Customer Service to ask benefit questions. During the conversation, the member mentions they haven't had an appetite lately because they are depressed. How would you handle the call?
A member calls Customer Service upset about WellCare denying her doctor’s authorization request for bariatric surgery. She wants us to reconsider our decision. What would this be considered?
A member calls with questions about hearing aid benefits. Which CAREConnects call driver would you select to assist the member?
An Iowa member can call the 24 hour nurse advice line for help related to which of the following:
As a Customer Service Representative (CSR), you are required to complete verification before providing any account specific information.
As a Customer Service Representative, you are required to check the system to determine if the caller has legal authorization to act on behalf of a Member.
Bob is calling to change his PCP. He does not qualify for an exception but he still wants his PCP changed. Today is the 12th of August. What day will the PCP change take effect?
Frank is calling to change his wife’s PCP for her. In order to change the PCP, what must Frank be listed as on his wife’s account?
Iowa Medicaid State Eligibility portal is an online application WellCare uses to view Iowa Medicaid eligibility for Members and Providers.
Members are able to file a grievance by mail, fax or phone.
Mr. Edwards just received his ID card. He is not happy with the PCP listed on his ID card. What is the primary call driver you will choose in CAREConnects?
Mr. Porter is calling to order a new ID card for his wife Jenna. Which Caller Type should be selected in CAREConnects?
Ms. Clark calls WellCare Customer Service. She is expecting her first child and was recently laid off from her job. She previously had medical insurance through her employer. What will you tell her?
Ms. Taylor calls WellCare. She has recently enrolled in the Iowa Medicaid plan and has not received her ID card yet. What call driver would you select in CAREConnects?
The CMS Appointment of Representative (AOR) form is also known as what?
What call driver should be used when submitting a request to have a Portuguese translator present for a member’s doctor appointment?
What do you do when a member’s account shows as having other insurance (coordination of benefits) but they indicate that is not valid?
What is the timeframe for WellCare to respond to an expedited appeal request from an Iowa member?
Which of the following information is NOT included on the Member's ID card?
Which of the following is a standard Customer service call opening?
The “StartSafe. StaySafe.” philosophy applies in which of the following environments?
To comply the Right to Know, employers must use and provide container labeling, safety data sheets (SDSs),
While you are working at your desk, you smell fire. Within seconds, the fire alarm sounds. What should you do?
Which of the following is NOT part of OSHA’s fall protection regulations?
Which of the following is a major feature of safety and health programs?
Some general guidelines to prepare for an emergency include which of the following?
Which of the following could prevent earmuffs from providing your ears good protection from noise?
What is required before using a respirator?
What condition occurs when the median nerve in the wrist is compressed?
__________ cause the majority of general industry accidents and are responsible for many accidental deaths each year.
Your employer is required by law to create a safe work environment.
Which of the following provides the same protection as safety glasses?
How many levels of full body protective clothing are there?
One of the main responsibilities employers have under OSHA is to:
An employer trains you on how to perform a job safely. After the training is completed and you begin the job, how often should you reassess your job and its safety?
You need to go through a closed door to escape a fire. Which action should you take?
Which of the following laws provide safety guidelines to protect young workers?
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The type of government where a king or queen is the official head of state but has little power is
The type of government where voters elect representatives to a lawmaking body called a Parliament is
In a Parliamentary democracy, the government leader which is the Prime Minister, is chosen by
Low swampy lands are called
Wet, decaying plants that can be dried and used for fuel is
The party in Ireland which is mostly Roman Catholic and wants Northern Ireland to unite with Ireland is
The party in Ireland which is mostly Protestant Christian and prefers Northern Ireland to remain British is
The ancient peoples who settled Ireland around 500 B.C. were
Because of a lack of farmland and a limited growing season, the United Kingdom must import
Ireland's nickname is
Although farming is important in Ireland, which employs more people and contributes most to the country's economy today?
Which of these is not part of the United Kingdom?
The British Isles include the United Kingdom and
In the United Kingdom, the government leader is
Ireland's two official languages are
The capital of the United Kingdom is
The Industrial Revolution began in
The industry which employs most of the United Kingdom's people is
Which is a true statement about the Republic of Ireland?
Which body of water is not near the British Isles?
What would you use to find the capacity of a small aquarium?
What would you use to find the width of your calculator?
Jenna wants to weigh a watermelon. What benchmark should she use for the weight of the watermelon?
What would you use to find to measure a new crayon?
What would you use to find to weight computer?
What would you use to find to measure the thickness of a nickel?
What would you use to find to measure a pencil?
What would you use to find to measure the mass of a box of tissues?
Andrew filled a tablespoon with water. What benchmark should he use for the capacity of the tablespoon?
What would you use to find to measure the capacity of a soda bottle
3 yards =_ inches
yards _ =87 feet
cups _ =104 fluid ounces
4 quarts =_ pints
4 pounds =_ ounces
80 ounces= _ pounds
5 miles= _ yards
36 inches =_ yard
Loretta needs to add 2 gallons of water to her fish tank, but she only has a cup to measure the water. How many cups does she need to add?
George’s two rabbits each weigh 24 ounces. How many pounds do they weigh together?
Solve for x in figure 1
Solve for m in figure 2
Solve for x in figure 3
Solve for w in figure 4
Solve for x figure 5
Solve for the scale factor in figure 5
50 cm = _____ mm
3.6 L = ____ mL
6.5 kg =______ g
1.42 m = ___ cm
Hormones can be classifed as which of the following?
Steroids are able to pass easily through a target cell's plasma membrane because they are:
Which of the following hormones helps our bodies resist stress?
The substance that acts as a second messenger at the cellular level is:
Production of too much hormone of a diseased gland is called hyposecretion.
Steroid hormones work faster than non-steroid hormones.
The nervous system functions at a much greater speed than the endocrine system.
Which of the following hormones reduces blood glucose levels by moving the glucose into the cells?
Which hormone controls blood volume level by increasing the reabsorption of sodium by kidney tubules?
This gland is very large in children but atrophies to fatty and fibrous tissue in adulthood.
Melatonin _____.
Which of the following is true about the pancreas?
Removal of the anterior pituitary would affect all of the following except _____.
A woman is able to get pregnant but is unable to carry the pregnancy to term. What hormone will her doctor likely give her to sustain her pregnancy?
Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and Luteinizing hormone (LH) are two hormones that regulate the actions of the ovaries. Where are these two hormones produced?
In which type of diabetes are islets cells destroyed and a person is completely insulin dependent, usually at an early age?
Which of the following hormones promotes testosterone production in males and estrogen production in females?
A woman with a newborn baby noticed that when she nursed the baby, she felt cramps. This condition is probably caused because _____.
Which of the following statements concerning thyroid hormones is NOT true?
If a person is diagnosed as having too high a metabolic rate, which endocrine gland is
Conduction is the transfer of heat energy by
During what process of energy exchange does cold air displace warmer air?
What method of energy transfer requires no medium (particles) for transfer?
The process by which air flows from one location in the atmosphere to another is called
Which action would help an air-conditioner use less energy on a hot, sunny summer day?
Primary method of energy transfer by which the Earth loses energy to outer space is called
By which process do light rays pass through window glass?
To expand and contract means to
Thermal energy
The best example of an conductor would be
Which is the best conductor?
Which is the best insulator?
Temperature is a measure of
A large pot of boiling water has more thermal energy than a small pot of boiling water. The temperature of the water is
A thermometer measures temperature by showing
When two solids touch, thermal energy transfers by
The sun warms your skin by
As an object __________________ the particles move __________________
Expand means ___________________ and to contract means_______________________
What liquid is found in thermometers?
Holocaust
Mein Kampf
Genocide
Antisemite
Adolph Hitler
Euthanasia
Dr. Joseph Mengele
Kabbala or Cabbala
Richard Wagner
Eugenics
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Az összeköttetés állandó csatornakapacitást köt le.
Az összeköttetés állandó csatornakapacitást köt le.
Az egyszerre továbbítandó adatmennyiség mérete maximált.
Melyik NEM az erőforrásokhoz való hozzáférés módja szerinti alcsoport?
Mekkora a sebessége egy nagysebességű hálózatnak?
Hányas lesz a dolgozatod?
He was running late because he couldn't find his shoes. This sentence is in what tense?
Which phrase has a simile?
Which phrase contains an adjective?
Which uses consistent verb tenses?
What is the problem or struggle that causes the action in the story?
What is the part of the story where the problem is solved?
The time and place where the story occurs
The turning point of the story
What is the word used to remember the types of indirect characterization?
What is the overall message the author is trying to convey?
The ways the author reveals important aspects about the people in the story
When the author gives clues to something that may happen in the future
The opposite of what's expected
Rainsford not sleeping the night before Zaroff hunts him is an example of:
The Sniper takes place in
Eckels goes on the time travel safari because he wants to
In The Necklace, Mathilde's problem is
How many years did it take for the Loisels to pay off the necklace?
Which of the follwing words has the incorrect prefix?
Which is the best synonym for the word 'payment'?
What is a Venn Diagram
What is honor?
Brave actions by someone that help others is called___?
People who are the first to respond in an emergency (police officers, firefighters, military, etc.) are called__?
What is Todd Beamer known for?
An official member of a community is called__?
What is a constitution ?
What is Daniel Boone known for?
A way of life for a specific group of people is called?
Love or devotion to your country referred to as?
What is a holiday
The founding fathers are people who help to create
A special way that group does something which is part of their culture is referred to as?
A large land area that has special features is __?
A habitat is a ___?
If the author uses the pronouns 'he/she' or 'they' and reveals thoughts and feelings of only 1 character, the author is using
The systematic and planned extermination of an entire national, racial, political, or ethnic group is
What word means hatred toward Jews?
Ethos appeals to
Propaganda is an attempt to influence an audience by giving them all of the compelling facts
The most effective type of propaganda (the type that the Nazis used the most) is
What is General Zaroff's main reason for preferring to hunt humans instead of animals?
When Rainsford can't sleep the night before the General's going to hunt him, this is an example of:
The type of irony when the reader knows what is going to happen, but the character does not is:
When the Sniper realizes he has killed his brother at the end of the story, it's called:
The hunters are allowed to kill the dinosaurs that have been marked with red paint because those dinosaurs
Buenos Dias
Buenas tardes
Buenas noches
Hasta luego
Hasta pronto
Hasta la vista
Hasta la proxima
Chao
Cuidate
Nos vemos
Como te va?
Que tal?
Que hay de nuevo?
Que pasa?
En que estas?
Que hay?
Bien
Muy bien
Muy bien, y tu?
Feliz Navidad
Explored the southern part of the Louisiana Purchase.
Worked to reform education in the US.
Even though he didn't follow his don't give up the ship motto he still won the Battle of Lake Erie
Shot Alexander Hamilton to death in a duel while he was the Vice President
Was the President that started the War of 1812
First President representing the Whig Party.
Created The Liberator which was the leading anti-slave publication until slavery was eliminated.
Created The Liberator which was the leading anti-slave publication until slavery was eliminated.
General and leader of Mexico during the Texas Revolution and Mexican American War.
General and leader of Mexico during the Texas Revolution and Mexican American War.
Which of the following is an example of a physical change?
Kinetic energy is the ______________ of motion.
Which of the followinf is an example of a chemical change?
Acids and bases can be all of the following except ____________.
The _____________ is a unit of force.
Which of the materials will burn the fastest in open air?
All of the following are a state of matter EXCEPT ____________.
Archemedes' Principle helps to explain the relationship between ___________.
Pascal's Principle can be applied to ____________.
The following are examples of physical properties EXCEPT _____________.
Written langauge developed in ancient India.
A prince or leader of a tribe
The highest mountain range in the world
a wind that blows one direction in the summer and the opposite in the winter
a social group a person is born into and cannot change
What are the two important rivers in ancient India?
In 3000 BC, who were the people living in the Indus River valley.
What natural disasters might have caused the end of this civilization?
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Adolph Hitler was the dictator of Germany from 1939-1945
Elie Wiesel won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1986
A Kapo was an inmate of a concentration camp who assisted the SS in exchange for privileges
The term
Propaganda is an expression of opinion or action designed to influence the opinions/actions of others
Adolph Eichmann
The Nuremberg Laws lmited the rights and freedoms of the Jews.
Scapegoat
The
The best definition for prejudice is
delusion
audible
cooperate
efficient
pathetic
confirmed
incomprehensible
embezzlement
gullible
amhitheater
What is the phase of the cell cycle in which the DNA or genetic material is copied?
What happens during telephase?
Which of the following is not in correct sequence during the cell cycle?
What type of cell has a single circular strand of DNA and no nucleus?
What are the four phases of mitosis?
In which phase of the cell cycle do the chromatids begin to separate?
Which phase of the cell cycle differs in plants and animals.
What are the copied strands of DNA called in the nucleus of a cell?
In what phase do the chromosomes condense?
In which phase do nuclear envelopes begin to form again?
This ended Native American attacks on settlers.
This group of people tried to solve their problems with Great Britain
This person helped design and sew the first American flag.
This person became known as Molly Pitcher because she carried water to the soldiers.
During this war, the British fought against the French and Native Americans.
This document was approved by congress on July 4, 1776.
The placed a tax of everything made of paper.
This began April 19, 1775, minutemen and British fought the first battles in Massachusetts.
This is refusing to buy a product.
This is the money paid to the government
The amount of black or white in a color determines its ?
Using a small amount of bright color in a neutral color scheme
The brightness or dullness of a color
Specific name of a color
A combination of colors that creates a mood or sets a tone.
Adding white to a hue; a hue above its normal value
Substances that absorb some light rays and reflect others
Colors that do not appear on the color wheel because they have no hue
states the largest expanse of color in a room should be the least intense in color
Adding black to a hue; a color that is below its normal value
The color wheel contains 12 hues.
a red object absorbs all light rays
in a black object, all light rays are absorbed except black
adding white to a hue raises its value and lightens it, resulting in a tint
to see the true color of an object, you should view it in fluorescent light
yellow suggest cheerfulness, friendliness and happiness
you could visually enlarge a room by painting the walls a red color
at the same distance, warm colored objects appear closer than cool colored objects.
bright bold colors make objects stand out more than pale colors
a light color will make a high ceiling seem lower
Hunger and thirst are two examples of
Animals move from a less desirable location to a more desirable location by means of
Most behaviors occur in response to what kind of stimuli?
The daily cycle of activity that occurs over a 24-hour period of time is called a
Which of these stimuli is most likely to trigger hibernation behavior?
Which phrase best describes an instinctive behavior?
A stimulus that triggers innate behaviors is called a(n)
Habituation and imprinting illustrate that behaviors are made up of what?
Animals are able to adapt to new situations because they can learn to
A process in which an animal learns to associate a previously neutral stimulus with a behavior that was once triggered by a different stimulus is called
list 3 primary colors
list 3 secondary colors
list 3 of the 6 tertiary colors
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In peas, yellow is dominant over green. If you crossed two heterozygous parents, what percentage of the offspring would be homozygous recessive?
In peas, yellow is dominant over green. If you crossed two heterozygous parents, what would be the phenotypic ratio of yellow peas:green peas??
In peas, round peas are dominant over wrinkled peas. If you crossed a homozygous dominant parent with a homozygous recessive parent, what percentage of the offspring would be heterozygous?
In peas, round peas are dominant over wrinkled peas. If you crossed a homozygous dominant parent with a homozygous recessive parent, what is the phenotypic ratio of round peas:wrinkled peas??
In peas, the tall allele is dominant over the short allele. If you cross a heterozygous parent with a homozygous recessive parent, what percentage of the offspring will be tall?
In peas, the tall allele is dominant over the short allele. If you cross a heterozygous parent with a homozygous recessive parent, what is the phenotypic ratio of tall:short??
In flowers, purple color is dominant over white color. If you crossed a homozygous dominant flower with a heterozygous flower, what percentage of the offspring are purple?
In flowers, purple color is dominant over white color. If you crossed a homozygous dominant flower with a heterozygous flower, what is the genotypic ratio of PP:Pp??
In flowers, purple color is dominant over white color. If you crossed two heterozygous flowers, what percentage of the flowers will be white?
n flowers, purple color is dominant over white color. If you crossed two heterozygous flowers, what percentage of the genotypes will be Pp??
What is associated with all animal behaviors?
A likely cost to an animal of even a beneficial behavior is
The term given for the number of individuals of a species that do not die in a given year is
An animal's behavior improves the animal's fitness when the behavior's
Accoding to the theory of optimal foraging, natural selection should favor behaviors that get animals the
Living in a social group evolves in species in which the costs of living in a group
Behaviors animals use when interacting with members of their own or other species are called
What is the term for the kind of behavior in which an animal reduces its own fitness to help other members of its social group?
The total number of genes an animal and its relatives contribute to the next generation is called its
Eusocial species live in large groups in which most members do not
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The diagram that shows the locations of atoms and valence electrons in a compound
This describes how strongly an atom pulls on electrons in a chemical bond
If atoms equally share electrons they have a
If atoms do not equally share electrons, with one atom pulling harder, they have a
If atoms completely take or give electrons they have a(n)
An ion made up of a group of atoms is called
These bonds allow electrons to travel through the substance between many atoms
These chemical formula shows only the simplest ratio of atoms in a compound
Forces that bind molecules together to form larger structures are known as
Attraction force between polar molecules
The only intermolecular force that affect nonpolar molecules
The random chance of electrons temporarily being close together creating a brief polar charge
The strong force that exists after hydrogen bonds with a strongly electronegative atom
A substance that has weak intermolecular forces typically has a __________ boiling point that a substance with strong intermolecular forces.
The stronger the intermolecular forces between the molecules of a solid, the ___________ the melting point.
Water is a polar substance, whereas, oil is a nonpolar substance. Oil mixed with water will
Water is a polar substance, and sugar is a polar substance. Sugar mixed in water will
These intermolecular forces are important for maintaining the structure of DNA.
What measurements are needed to determine speed?
What measurements are needed for velocity?
An object which is changing its speed or direction or both is said to be -
The more mass an object has, the greater its ___.
When a rocket fires its engines in space, it moves in an opposite direction of that force. This is explained by -
When an object's mass increases the force required to accelerate -
What is the force of an 5 kg object accelerating at 2 m/s/s ?
In a distance vs time graph, a straight line indicates -
How much work is done when an object is moved 10 m with 2 Newtons of force?
Two boxes of the same mass are positioned at two different heights. Box A is at 10 m and box B is at 50 m. Which box possesses more potential energy?
Shirt means...
How do you spell sweater?
In the winter, what would you wear?
What does not FIT?
How do you say scarf?
How do you spell pants?
If it were really hot, what would you wear?
What are two ways to say Hat?
What does not FIT?
What does not FIT?
How do you spell Socks?
Passive diffusion requires the use of energy.
Water flows through membranes by the process of ...
Organisms that produce their own energy are called
The dark reaction occurs in which organelles
Carbon dioxide is a product of cellular respiration
A type of active transport is
Water moves from areas of
Nearly all living things get their energy from the
Carbon dioxide and oxygen move in/out of plants
Fermentation results in
A product of fermentation is
6CO2 + 6H2O + energy ------- C6H12O6 + 6O2
As a result of photosynthesis and cellular respiration, gasses in the atmosphere
Which geologic principle states that the oldest rock layers are on the bottom of undisturbed sedimentary rock formations?
Which geologic principle states that faults or igneous rock intrusions are younger than the rock layers they pass through?
Which geologic principles says that igneous rocks that melt neighboring rocks are younger than the rocks they melt?
Which principle states that fossils are found in an expected order in rock layers depending of the layers' age.
Which principle states that the processes changing Earth today are the same processes that occurred long ago?
Which geologic principle states that sedimentary rocks are deposited in flat layers?
Which geologic principle states that a canyon had to form after sedimentary rocks were deposited since sedimentary rocks are deposited in continuous large sheets?
Which geologic principle states that folds in sedimentary rocks are younger than the sedimentary rock formation?
Which geologic principle results in the metamorphism of other rocks?
Which geologic principle states that rocks on the bottom of a sedimentary rock sequence are older than rocks on the top?
Which environment would be best for fossilization?
A rain forest is NOT a good environment for fossilization due to all of the following EXCEPT:
What percent of organisms living today are likely to become fossils in the future?
All of the following represent physical factors than can keep an organism from becoming a fossil EXCEPT:
Which organism is MOST likely to fossilize if conditions are right?
Identify the geologic processes that can destroy fossils after they have formed.
The most important step in increasing an organism's chance of becoming a fossil is
Which of the following would be LEAST likely to fossilize?
All of the following are biological factors that can keep an organism from fossilizing EXCEPT:
All of the following are TRUE about fossils EXCEPT
You describe the mug on Mr. Samuels's table as being black with yellow writing. This is an example of an ___________________?
You read through Mr. Samuels's Bible and find that it is written in unusual writing. You determine that Mr. Samuels is a Christian and attends a church that speaks in another language. This is an example of an _________________?
If more water is added to plants, then they will grow taller. This is an example of ___________________?
This is a situation that is designed by a scientist to test a hypothesis in a systematic way.
A tentative explanation is science is also called
This describes what nature does under certain conditions and generally includes a mathematical equation.
This states that the universe is a lawful, orderly, and operates according to physical laws
This tells how close a measured number is to the actual number
This explains how nature works
This represents how close measured values are to each other
Properties of a substance describing how it changes when reacting with other substances fall under this category
Properties that change without changing the identify of matter fall under this category
A scientist tested the effect of TV on plant growth. Group A received 1 hour of TV each day, which group B received no TV. What is the independent variable?
Which of the following is not a limitation of science?
Which of the following is not an example that falls within the scope of science
Which of the following is the group that does not receive the test variable (normal conditions)
A hypothesis needs to be both ______________ and _______________.
What are the 6 steps of the scientific method listed in order?
Using the scientific method, after setting up the experiment and starting, what will the scientist do next?
Using the scientific method, a scientist will first do what?
Melyik NEM igaz a PAN-ra?
Melyik NEM igaz a félduplex átvitelre?
Melyik a kakukktojás?
Melyik NEM igaz az alapsávú hálózatokra?
Melyik NEM igaz egy broadband hálózatra?
A hagyományos telefonhálózathoz hasonló működésű.
Működése a postai csomagküldő szolgálathoz hasonlít.
Az egyszerre továbbítandó adatmennyiség mérete maximált.
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The ability to solve a problem mentally without repeated trial and error is called
Animals that are able to solve problems possess
The mental process of knowing through perception or reasoning is called
Being able to identify allies and rivals is particularly important for animals that
Behavior that is spread through a population by learning is called
Which of the following types of learning is associative?
Evolutionary benefits of a behavior include
Which of these outcomes is an example of the cost of a behavior?
An animal's or group of animals' control of a specific area is called
Cooperation, reciprocity, and altruism are three kinds of
America's Industrial Revolution began in
Scientific discoveries that simplify work are called
Francis Cabot Lowell created the
Henry Clay became known as a national leader who
The Era of Good Feelings referred to the presidency of
The Monroe Doctrine
The American System proposed by Henry Clay included all of the following except
Which of these did the development of canals NOT produce?
Competition, economic freedom, private property, and profit are major elements of
DeWitt Clinton planned
Why do bears hibernate?
What adaptations allows a polar bear to survive in its environment?
What does an herbivore eat?
What does a carnivore eat?
What are characteristics of a forest?
What is a food web?
What do herbivores and omnivores have in common?
Which of the following is NOT a reason animals migrate?
What is the correct order of the food chain?
What structural parts does a cactus have that help it to survive?
Glaciers are examples of water that is ___________________
What can make up soil?
What is one possible explanation for how the Grand Canyon was formed?
Rivers are examples of water that is _______________________
Which of the following items CANNOT be recycled?
What will happen to your shadow between early morning and noon?
What is one disadvantage of recycling?
What is one reason we DO NOT rely on the ocean in St. Louis?
I'd like to test three fertilizers (Miracle Gro, Wal-Mart brand, Target brand) to see which will help my plant grow the tallest. I use the same plant, give them the same amount of water and fertilizer, and leave them in the same location in the room
I'd like to test three fertilizers (Miracle Gro, Wal-Mart brand, Target brand) to see which will help my plant grow the tallest. I use the same plant, give them the same amount of water and fertilizer, and leave them in the same location in the room
A man with a heart condition is attacked and dies from a heart attack. In this case, the manner of death is:
An elderly woman after being kept from recieving proper health care by her children. The manner of her death would be:
The reason someone dies is called the:
The underlying cause of death is called the:
The specific change in the body that brought about the cessation of life is called the:
Liver mortis means roughly, the:
Pooling of the blood in the body, know as lividity, provides a clue as to how long the person has been dead. Lividity first begins about:
Dual lividity could occur if the body was kept in one position:
Death stiffness is roughly defined as:
Rigor mortis is:
If a body shows no visible rigor, it has probably been dead:
Factors affecting rigor include:
Algor mortis means roughly:
To take a corpse's temperature, forensic investigators insert a thermometer into the:
Medical examiners help determine the time of death by studying the stomach contents. In general, it takes:
The rate of cooling a body after death is called:
Generally the body cools at a rate of about:
The stiffening of muscles that occurs from approximately two to 30 hours after death is called:
Forensic antrhopologists use the study of skeletal remains to determine:
Human bones can be differentiated from animal bones by looking at the osteons.
In humans, the long bones include:
The gender of an individual can be determined by examining:
Age of the skeletal remains can best be determined by:
The cranial sutures allow for growth of the skull. All of them are usually closed in males by the age of:
Facial reconstruction is done on an unidentified skull to give:
Calcium, a mineral vital to normal metabolism, may be
When bones become injured, the osteoclasts secrete:
After all bones have become fully developed, an adult has 206 bone. A baby has:
A joint is the location where bones meet (articulate). Joints conatin several kinds of connective tissue. These include:
At thirty years of age, an adults' bones deteriorate faster than they are built. This deterioration can be slowed:
Which was not a result of the Adams-Onis Treaty?
What was 363 miles long?
Separate compartments where water levels are raised and lowered are called
The balance between the North and the South was preserved by
Sectionalism is
Who designed the "Clermont," a steamship which traveled from New York to Albany in 32 hours?
Who invaded Spanish East Florida in 1818?
One of the chief supporters of state sovereignty was
A census is
This gives legal right to an invention.
After the fall of Rome, popes such as ______ filled the power vacuum in Italy and helped maintain unity in Europe.
The title used first by Roman emperors and later by popes was________.
The freedom-loving Germanic people who settled in what is today called France and Germany were the _________.
The first great Frankish military and political leader was _____________.
This Frankish ruler started the ____________line of kings.
The church council called by Clovis met in the city of _______________.
As kings grew lazier and more wicked, the true power of government fell into the hands of officials called_____________.
Charles Martel sought to win the favor of the church by supporting a missionary named _________________.
In 732, Charles Martel turned back a Muslim invasion of Europe at the Battle of ____________.
Martel's son _________ felt that he should have the title of king since he performed the duties of a king.
In order to make a positive match between unknown sample and exemplar, an examiner has to
A person can disguise his or her own handwriting by
One key observation in handwriting analysis is
A blind forgery of a siganture is made
A simulated forgery of a signature is made
Obliterations are words on a document that
Light sources such as UV and infared may be used to view
A watermark on a document is
When comparing paper samples you may use the following
An easy way to analyze water based inks is the use of
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When a solid changes into a gas
When a gas changes into a liquid
When a gas changes into a solid
The temperature at which a liquid changes into a solid
Dew forming in the morning is an example of
The state of matter found most abundantly in the universe in the stars. It is composed of charged particles at extremely high temperatures.
Salt added to water raises the boiling point. This phenomenon is known as
The temperature at which water can no longer exist in a liquid regardless of the pressure
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The types and number of atoms in a molecule make up the
Groups of two or more atoms linked by chemical bonds to form distinct units
Molecules with the same number and types of atoms but different arrangements of atoms
A substance that has the same physical properties throughout with one type of atom, molecule or non-molecular compound.
A substance that is uniformly mixed is called
Salt is mixed in water. Salt is an example of
Salt is mixed in water. Water is an example of
A mixture containing tiny suspended clumps or particles is called a
If a given substance does not readily dissolve in a given solvent, the substance is said to be
Which factor does not affect the rate of dissolving?
A chemical bond that results from the sharing of electrons
When two atoms share two pairs of electrons, they form a
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US currency is printed on
Color shifting ink is
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