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What does the prefix post- mean?
What does the root spec mean?
What does the root dict mean?
What does the prefix mono- mean?
What does the prefix poly- mean?
What does the word perspective mean?
What does verdict mean?
What does contradict mean?
What does the word monocle mean?
What does the word monotone mean?
What is a polygon?
What is a polygraph?
What do you do in step 3?
What is a hypothesis?
What is an educated guess?
How does step 2 help you do step 3?
What strategy can you use to help identify the hypothesis?
What is step 4?
In step 4 what steps are there and what do you use?
How many time should you run the experiment (at least)?
Data is collected as you carry out your test such as....
True or False: Should you do exactly the same thing each and every time you do an experiment?
inner qualities that make a person unique
to learn a person's character you should study their ___________
reputation is....
Heroine
awareness of right and wrong
Respects the rights of others is an example of.... (from notes)
It something is tangible you can (pick best answer)
value conflict is ....
Your favorite heroes/heroines, super stars, sports stars etc.....
an unworthy practice or habit
with great care or caution
anxious or fearful
sly; scheming; manipulating
to undo or be free of
a doubtful, questioning manner
a threatening manner
seriousness; solemnity
to belittle
to work; toil
a pleased, satisfied manner
You buy your favorite music CD and want to listen to it on your computer. When you reach home, you see your sister is sleeping in the computer room. Which of the following hardware components will you use to listen to a CD without disturbing someone?
Samantha wants to use her computer to record her voice. Which hardware component of the computer will she use to do this?
You are paying for your visit to a doctor in a hospital. You ask for a payment receipt. Which hardware component can produce your payment receipt on paper?
You want to type text to create a story in a word-processing program. Which of the following hardware components will you use to do this?
Julia creates a project that includes several illustrations. She draws the illustrations in a notebook. She needs to capture the illustrations from the notebook and save them on her computer. Which of the following hardware components will she use?
Betty prepares for her computer exam. She does not understand the concept of an operating system. She calls you for help. How will you define operating system for Betty?
Ken wants to know about the term software. Which of the following explanations will you use to explain the term software?
You notice that your friend is using a calculator on his computer. In which of the following categories does the calculator belong?
You open Microsoft® Windows Media ® Player on your computer to play some music. Windows Media Player prompts you to provide a music file as input. How will you categorize this music file?
You create a monthly expense report on your computer by using a spreadsheet program. You then save this report on a floppy disk. Which of the following options represtents data in this case?
Several devices are connected to your computer, and you want to share the devices with the other computers on the network. Which of the following devices can you share with other computers?r
Your school has 20 computers in your computer lab. All of the computers in this lab are connected by using cables. What type of a network does your computer lab have?
Your uncle sets up a new office that includes 10 computers. He wants the computers and their associated devices to be linked together so that they share files and resources, such as printers and scanners. What is this called?
Your grandfather watches you working on your computer at home. He recently heard about the Internet and wants to know what it is. How will you define the Internet to him?
Nina works on medical research. She finds some useful information about the causes of a disease. Nina wants to publish her findings so that people around the world can access it and benefit from it. What do you use to publish to the World Wide Web?
You are using your computer at home to chat with your friend. Your friend lives in another country. Which network enables the transfer of messages to your friend's computer?
Swimming is fun. Running makes me tired. Both sentences ahve the same kind of subject. What is it?
Which sentence uses correct comma usage?
Which sentence uses correct capitalization?
Which uses the correct possessive form?
Which sentence contains a dependent clause?
What does an adverb do?
Which sentence contains an adverb?
What does an adjective do?
What color was George Washington's white horse?
Which is NOT a literary sounds device?
What is Mark Twain's real name?
Which term does NOT describe Mark Twain as a writer?
What term did Twain coin to describe the hypocrisies and corruptions of the late 1800s?
In many of his works, including Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Twain makes use of ________to show the way characters actually talked.
Twain often made use of _________in his fiction, an outer story which brackets an inner story.
river do Huck and Jim travel down in Adventures of Huckleberry Finn?
Where was Mark Twain raised and where The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn take place?
As he grew older, Twain’s writing became ____________.
Huck Finn, the narrator of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, was introduced in which other Twain novel?
Famed writer ____________________ said that “all American literature comes from one book by Mark Twain called Huckleberry Finn.”
What theory does Twain claim he must renounce his allegiance to in The Lowest Animal?
What is the term for a narrator that seems to lack credibility?
Are Huck and Jim friends?
In the climactic scene of the novel, why does Huck think he has condemned himself to hell?
Why has Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, been considered controversial in the 124 years since its publication?
Mark Twain owned the first private _____________ in the country.
Which president's memoirs did Mark Twain publish?
Why does George not just tell the ladies why he can't get out of the carriage in The Story Without an End?
The ____________ class become Twain's audience and bought his books in huge numbers.
At age 22, Twain found his dream job on a ________________.
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rozpor v literárnom diele je
jeden riadok básne je
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výstavba litarárneho diela
The condition of the earth's atmosphere
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Which of the following will loop 7 times when x = 1?
Methods:
A value that a method asks for when it is being called is:
Any method which has a return type that is not void must use:
A syntax error occurs:
A runtime error occurs:
A logic error occurs:
Which is an example of camelCase?
Which is NOT a valid variable name?
Which of the following properly creates and initializes an int variable?
Which of the following data types is used to track currency?
Which of the following data types is used to represent an On or Off state?
What value will be stored in x when this code is executed? int x = 5.2 + 7.4;
What value will be stored in x when this code is executed? float x = 5.2 + 7.4;
Which of these allows the program to take different paths in its programming?
Which of these allows the program to take different paths in its programming?
What is the keyword for a loop that guarantees execution at least once?
What is the keyword for a loop that requires an initial value, a comparison, and an incrementor?
What is the keyword that accompanies a switch to indicate the different programming paths?
What is the keyword for indicating the end of a case?
A loop with no sentinel to control it is called:
What is the term for placing loops inside of other loops?
In computer programming, ethics do not exist.
Computer programmers need to be aware of what information their programs access.
What law states that mass cannot be created or destroyed by physical or chemical change?
Redox reactions are driven by the loss and gain of
In a redox reaction the more electronegative element gains the electron, resulting in a decrease in oxidation number. This process in called
In a redox reaction the less electronegative element loses the electron, resulting in an increase in oxidation number. This process is called
In what type of redox reaction do two elements combine to form a compound?
In what type of redox reaction does a compound decompose into its original elements?
In what type of redox reaction would there be one element and one compound on each side of the equation?
What is the name of the ion in a single replacement redox reaction that does not change its oxidation state?
In a double replacement reaction, the insoluble ions form a
What is your teacher's favorite food?
Particles that collide with the correct amount of energy and in the proper orientation can lead to
In a diatomic molecule, what must occur to break the bonds that exist between the two molecules?
A chemical reaction can only proceed as fast as the
What type of substance can be added to a reaction to speed up the reaction by providing an alternate pathway?
What type of substance can be added to a reaction to slow down the reaction by adding additional steps to the mechanism?
Increasing the number of effective collisions will have what influence on chemical reaction rate
What type of reactions occur very quickly?
What type of reactions occur very slowly and usually require a catalyst to proceed in biological systems?
Increasing the temperature has what influence on reaction rate?
Increasing the concentration of reactants has what influence on reaction rate?
Increasing the surface area has what influence on reaction rate?
In a written chemical equation, energy on the left side of the arrow indicates which type of reaction?
In a written chemical equation, energy on the right side of the arrow indicates which type of reaction?
What term is used to describe the amount of energy that is needed to start a chemical reaction?
The difference between the energy of the reactants and the energy of the products in a chemical reaction is referred to as the
What must be true if a system is at equilibrium?
Reactions that have an increase in entropy tend to be favored. Which answer choice indicates an increase in entropy, the disorder of a system?
What effect would increasing the concentration of a reactant have on a system at equilibrium?
What effect would decreasing the concentration of a product have on a system at equilibrium?
Which of the following is done when a force causes an object to move?
A box slides along a smooth surface more easily than a rough surface because there is
A wilted plant is given water and it becomes tall and strong because of
You gently roll a ball across the gym floor. What force will eventually make it come to a stop?
The goal of a simple machine is usually to reduce the amount of
What effect can a simple machine have when used to move an object?
The advantage of using an inclined plane is to reduce the
What is a disadvantage of using an inclined plane to left a heavy object?
Which of the following decreases when an object is moved using an inclined plane?
An inclined plane reduces the amount of force needed to move an object by
How could students find out whether a short ramp or a long ramp would require less force to use? They could measure the amount of force it takes to move...
50 Newtons of force was used to move a box a distance of 12 meters. How much work was done on the box?
If an object does not move when a force is applied to it, then...
A book is sitting on a table. Which of the following actions would add to its potential energy?
When would a skateboarder have the most potential energy?
As a ball rolls from the top of a hill to the bottom, how does its potential and kinetic energy change?
Which of these best shows a change from potential to kinetic energy?
Potential energy and kinetic energy are similar in that both...
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What is Pentecost?
________was when tongues of fire appeared above the Apostles’ heads
Early Christians believed….
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Known as England's gresatest playwright, Shakespeare fittingly died on wihch date?
How did the Globe Theatre burn down in 1613?
What is Shakespeare's shortest play?
Which two Shakespearean plays have been translated into Klingon?
Shakespeare was fond of a turn of phrase. But which of these did he NOT invent?
How many times does suicide figure in his plays?
Which of these is NOT an ingredient in the Witches' Brew in Macbeth?
Ever the trendsetter, some of his earliest plays, including Romeo and Juliet and Henry V, were performed in which hip London enclave?
Shakespeare invented over 1700 words during the course of his writing.l However, which of these did he NOT create?
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A steady condition of the atmosphere
One factor that affects the weather
One factor that affects the weather
Clouds that look like piles of cotton are called:
Clouds that are flat and low are called
Clouds that are wispy and made of tiny ice crystals are called
The word used to describe clouds that are found at a higher altitude than normal
The word used to describe clouds that are dark
Incoming Solar Radiation
Where did the French establish their first trading posts?
Why did Joliet and Marquette cut short their trip down the Mississippi River?
What was the name given to the set of laws established by Bienville to govern the conduct of slaves?
What is the present-day name of Fort St. Jean Baptiste, founded by Louis Juchereau de St. Denis?
What caused the Mississippi Bubble to burst?
Why did the Company of the West stop paying “finders’ fees” to people who located potential Louisiana colonists?
Who laid out the city of New Orleans?
Who replaced Bienville as governor of the Louisiana colony?
Who settled the Cote Des Allemandes?
Who created the Company of the West to operate the Louisiana colony?
Which is not matter?
Which is not a physical property?
Which is a state of matter?
What is a atom?
How do you seperate saltwater?
Which is a mixture?
What is a element?
How do you seperate iron filings and sawdust?
What is a compuond?
What is a substance?
Add -ed to wipe
Add -ing to glide
Add -ed to save
Add -ing to hike
Add -ed to pile
Add -ing to wave
Add -ed to like
Add -ing to ice
Add -ing to pile
Add -ed to save
Que es el numero 12 en espanol?
Que es el numero 3 en espanol?
Que es el numero 500 en espanol?
Que es el numero 436 en espanol?
Que es el numero 11 en espanol?
Que es el numero 28 en espanol?
Que es el numero 1000 en espanol?
Que es el numero 43 en espanol?
Que es el numero 2 en espanol?
Que es el numero 4,200 en espanol?
Word that is spelled like it sounds.
Two opposite words placed together
Deliberate exaggeration for emphasis
comparison using like or as
comparison NOT using like or as
Repetition of consonant sounds
Where the reader knows something the character doesn't
Where both the reader and the character are surprised by a turn in events.
Say one thing and mean the opposite
repetition of vowel sounds
The periodic trend for electronegativity values:
Which molecule contains as nonpolar bond?
Which statement is true about Polar Molecules?
Does sand (SiO2) dissolve in water?
Distillation separates two _______ by using different _____________.
Which best describes the shape and polarity of CH4 ?
Which molecule has a polar covalent bond?
If water does not dissolve nail polish, then which statement is true?
Which best describes why water is polar?
Which best describes a polar bond?
What Nation conquered some of the North Part of America?
When did the American Revolution Began?
Whose Ideas were used to make the Declaration of Independence?
When was the Declaration of Independence wrote ?
Who was the main author of the Declaration of Independence?
Who was the third president of the U.S.?
How many original colonies existed?
Three of the Brithish colonies?
What is the Bill of Rights?
What made parliament put taxes on the Colonists ?
What is a boycott?
What were some injustice things about the british in America ?
Who had a stronger army, the Brithish or the Colonists?
What type of system did the colonists in America finished with?
What were the checks and balances?
How many colonists were member of the Parliament ?
How was the protest pre tax in 1773 called ?
What did the American Leaders create in the meeting of 1787 when they revised articles ?
What are the three branches of the goverment?
Which of the Enlightenment thinkers made many countries to become independent and make a revolution?
Which of the following is true about rocks?
Which of the following is NOT one of the three types of rocks?
Metamorphic rock forms as a result of
All of the energy that drives Earth's rock cycle comes from
The rock cycle includes all of the steps EXCEPT which of the following?
A rock that forms when magma hardens beneath Earth's surface is called
Which of the following is an example of an extrusive igneous rock?
A conglomerate is a rock that forms as a result of
Limestone is an example of
Fossils are only found in
You begin the scientific inquiry process by asking a question based on a(n)
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Group 18 elements are completely non-reactive and are known as the
The different forms of an element that arise because they develop in different conditions are called
Which family makes up the monatomic molecules?
Br I N Cl H O F are the elements that react with themselves in nature and are known as
Bonding between a metal atom and a nonmetal atom is known as
Bonding between two nonmetal atoms is known as
What type of bonding involves the sharing of electrons?
What type of bond has the smallest electronegativity different between bonding atoms?
Polar molecules have an END higher than
Water (H2O) and Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) are both
CH4 (methane) N2 and O2 are all
Elements that have what three compounds have the highest levels of hydrogen bonding between molecules?
KCl is known by what common name?
If a metal has more than one possible oxidation state, how do you represent its oxidation state when writing the name of a compound?
An ion that is made from two or more atoms and can be found on Reference Table E is known as a
What term describes the simplest whole-number mole ratio of the elements in an ionic compound?
What term indicates the total number of atoms of each element needed to form a molecule?
Adding the mass of each of the elements in compound allows you to calculate the
The proportion by mass of elements in a compound is known as
These mammals are herbivores that live in rivers and bays. Examples include manatees and dugongs
These mammals have narrow snouts and claws for digging. Examples include shrews, hedgeghogs and moles.
Hooved mammals that have an even number of toes. Include cattle, pigs, sheep, goats and giraffes
These mammals have two pairs of incisors and include hares and rabbits
These mammals live in the ocean but have to come up to breath and include whales and dolphins.
These are winged mammals that include bats.
Hoofed mammals that have odd number of toes and include horses, tapirs, rhinoceros, and zebras.
These mammals have simple teeth or no teeth. Examples of these include sloths, anteaters, and armadillos.
These mammals have a single pair of long, curved incisor teeth and include mice, rats, moles, squirrels, beaver and gophers.
These mammals stalk and kill their prey and include lions, and tigers and bears, oh my
All living things share common characteristics. They are made up of cells, they respond to change, reproduce, have DNA, and use energy. What is one other common characteristic of living things?
Which of the following is the best definition of the word homeostasis?
Which of the following is an example of an external stimulus?
Which of the following is an example of an external stimulus that could cause a plant to grow larger?
Living things all share several common characteristics. Which of the following characteristics do all living things share?
A mushroom grows on a dead, rotting oak tree lying in the forest. Which of the following best describes the tree and the mushroom?
What are the four things that all living things need to survive?
Which of the following is an example of homeostasis?
How do producers get the energy their bodies need to survive?
Which answer below best explains why living things need nutrients?
What is the genetic material that organisms pass on to their offspring when they reproduce?
Work is a transfer of
What is transferred by a force moving an object through a distance?
The energy of motion is called
A small 20 kg canoe is floating downriver at a speed of 2 m/s. What is the canoe's kinetic energy?
A 13 kg sled is moving at a speed of 3.0m/s. At which of the following speeds will the sled have twice as much kinetic energy?
An object's gravitational potential energy is NOT directly related to which of the following?
Which of the following is an example of an object with elastic potential energy?
Why is the gravitational potential energy of an object 1 m above the moon's surface less than its potential energy 1 m above Earth's surface?
A 4 kg cat is resting on top of a bookshelf that is 3 m high. What is the cat's gravitational potential energy relative to the floor if the acceleration due to gravity is 9.8 m/s2?
The gravitational potential energy of an object is always measured relative to the
Which of the following increases when an object becomes warmer?
The energy stored in gasoline is
The total potential and kinetic energy of all the microscopic particles in an object make up its
Walking converts what type of energy into mechanical energy?
Nuclear power plants are designed to convert nuclear energy into what type of energy?
Solar cells convert what type of energy into electrical energy?
Which of the following statements is true according to the law of conservation of energy?
If no friction acts on a diver during a dive, then which of the following statements is true?
The mechanical energy of an object equals its
The equation E=mc2 relates energy and
In which of the does Einstein's famous equation apply?
Which of the following statements is a consequence of the equation E=mc2?
What is biomass energy?
Nonrenewable energy resources do not include which of the following?
Fossil fuels currently account for the majority of the world's energy use because they are
A drawback of solar energy is that it
A benefit of a hydrogen fuel cell is that its byproduct is
Which of the following types of transportation is NOT mass transportation?
Based on your knowledge of energy conservation, which of the following statements is true?
Energy of an object increases when _____ is done on the object
If the ______ of an object doubles, its kinetic energy doubles
Energy that is stored due to position or shape is called ______ energy.
You can calculate an object's gravitational potential energy by using the equation ______.
The sum of the kinetic energy and potential energy of an object is called its ____ energy.
The process of changing energy from one form to another is called energy _______
energy cannot be created or destroyed - is a statement of the law of _______.
Turning off unused lights or appliances is an example of energy _______.
Which of the following is NOT a nonrenewable resources
Which of the following is NOT a renewable energy resources
Detente was his cold war policy.
He was elected by the Moral Majority.
His economic policy was Supply-side Economics.
He was the only President to not to be elected.
His Presidency was plagued by high inflation and stagnant wages.
He is credited with peace in the Middle East through the Camp David Accords.
He resigned after the Watergate scandal
His policy to end the Vietnam War was Vietnamization
The Helsinki Accords were signed during his administration.
He was the first President to visit Communist China and Soviet Union.
Two women attempted to assassinate him.
John Hinkley Jr. attempted to assassinate him.
His Star Wars program helped to end the Cold War.
South Vietnam fell into Communist hands during his presidency.
Although he was the oldest elected president at 65, he also lived longer than any other President, 93.
A pair of keywords that allows for a multiple-way selection are:
Each case in a switch should end with what keyword?
Which of the following is NOT a loop keyword?
Which of these following is defined as placing loops inside of loops?
A loop that never ends is called a(n):
Which of the following is correct?
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Which of the following describes a hypothesis?
Facts or figures and other evidence gathered in an observation is
Data is collected in which of the following?
Which part of the scientific inquiry process includes sharing information?
Which of the following describes a factor that changes due to the manipulated variable?
When graphing the dependent variable, where does it go?
The diverse ways that scientists study the world and explain what happens describes
When Drawing Conclusions, what piece of information do you test for being correct?
Data is collected in
GENERAL, PEOPLE, PLACES, THINGS OR IDEAS
SPECIFIC NOUN OR NAME
IDEA NOUNS THAT YOU CANT SEE OR TOUCH
5 SENSES NOUNS (NOT IDEAS)
SHOW OWNERSHIP 'S FOR SING. S' FOR PLURAL
2 OR MORE NOUNS PUT TOGETHER
A GROUP OF INDIVIDUALS WORKING AS ONE UNIT
A NOUN OR PRONOUN THAT FOLLOWS ANOTHER NOUN OR PRONOUN AND RENAMES IT
EX: FOOD, CARS, HMS, KILN, DOG, STEVEN
PLOTTING DATA ON A GRAPH IS WHAT STEP?
WHICH IS NOT AN EXAMPLE OF STEP 5?
HOW DO YOU DETERMINE WHICH GRAPH TO USE?
IN STEP 6 YOU CAN EITHER ____ OR ____ YOUR HYPOTHESIS.
HOW DO KNOW WHETHER TO ACCEPT OR REJECT YOUR HYPOTHESIS?
______ DON'T LIE.
NUMBERS WILL EITHER _____ OR NOT _____ YOUR HYPOTHESIS.
PIE CHARTS, LINE CHARTS, AND BAR GRAPHS GO WITH WHICH STEP?
WHAT IS A HYPOTHESIS?
WHY DO YOU COLLECT DATA?
Frozen food can be left out to thaw as long as it is kept cold.
Salmonella is a food borne illness that is only found in raw meat.
Three of the most common forms of food borne illness include:
There are very few deaths from food borne illness in the United States.
Listeria was banned in this country in the late 1980’s.
It is ok to use the same cutting board for raw meat and vegetables.
Vegetables and fruits really don’t have food borne illness unless they are prepared on a cutting board where raw meat has been cut.
All meats should be cooked at the same temperature.
Cross contamination is:
Handwashing is an important way of preventing the spread of food borne illness.
a musical name is
how many lines and spaces are on the musical staff
the treble clef circles which line number on the staff
The treble clef indicates where note _____ is
How many letters are used to name the notes
Notes for the spaces on the treble clef spell what word
what is the note names on the lines in the bass clef
Line 1 of the musical staff is which line
The bass clef dot shows where which note is located on the staff?
The treble and bass clef together make what is known as the
to live or dwell in
parallel to level ground; at right angles to vertical
a small mass of soft material squeezed into a ball
to weigh down; an oppressive load; something to be endured
possessed at brith, inborn; a natural characteristic
to become widely open, separated; to stare in amazement
to go or move quickly in a hurried manner
to cry out loudly
to hold back
to ward off; to turn away; to keep from happening
The gas plants use in making food is__________.
Which part of the plant is the food-making factory?
All ducks have webbed feet to help them swim. Webbed feet are an example of______.
What adaptation helps an owl locate prey?
Which of the following is a learned behavior?
Which of the following is an inherited behavioral adaptation?
Which of the following do organisms inherit from their parents?
Dandelions are plants whose seeds are carried by the wind. How does this adaptation help the dandelions survive?
A raccoon now lives in an area where there are many houses. Which behavior illustrates a learned behavior?
Which are the only producers in the food chain?
2.3 + 5
2.5 X 2
654.3 - 10
345.92 + 3
34.5 x 2
10 + 5
890 - 10
2 x 3
5 x 100
3 x 500
What percent of cancers are inherited?
Inherited cancers are passed on in what way?
Cancer characteristics include all except:
Mutations occur:
The process of cell destruction:
How can a cancer cell be immune to death?
What cleans up a cell once it dies
Sampling blood for antibodies is called
Signs indicating cancerous growth include all except
Genes make ____________ which regulate cell growth and division
Wat is welvaart ?.
Wat is secundair inkomen?
Wat gebeurt er met de omzet als de prijs stijgt en het product inelastisch is?
Wie is een belangrijke econoom?
De prijs van een verrassingsei is 2 euro incl 19% BTW. Bereken de prijs ecl BTW
Hoe bereken je het reele inkomen ?
Wat is geen conjunctuur indicator?
Welke productiefactoren onderscheiden we?
een voorbeeld van productie die niet wordt meegeteld bij het bbp, maar wel de welvaart verhoogt is,
De toegevoegde waarde van Hema is 3.800.000. De inkop is 1.000.000. Aan lonen is er 800.000 betaald. e omzet van de Hema is:
The transfer of thermal energy is called
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A low pressure air mass brings ______________ weather.
The average weather that is the same very year is called
What should you do in case of an earthquake?
Hurricanes form over
Which of the following are three states of matter
Atomic particles found moving in orbits around a nucleus of an atom are called
The temperature at which a solid changes to a liquid is its
Anything that has mass and takes up space is called
The center part of an atom is the
Jellyfish have a body plan organized around their center so they have
Which simple invertebrate has neither guts nor neurons?
Which of the following is a concentrated mass of neurons?
another name for a nerve cell is a
What is not a reason that animals have a coelom?
Which invertebrates have stinging cells?
Which body form of cnidarians is correctly matched?
Which worms have eyespots?
which worms have no guts?
which invertebrate has a brain?
A device that forwards data packets between computer networks
Software that identifies the presence of a virus and is capable of removing or quarantining the virus
A technique to gain personal information for the purpose of identity theft, usually by means of fraudulent email
An operating system with graphical symbols representing files, programs, and documents
Unsolicited electronic mail sent from someone unknown to the recipient.
Skills and knowledge that allows one to make informed decisions through understanding finances.
The buying and selling of goods and services over the Internet
A unit of information equal to a trillion (1,000,000,000,000) bytes
Unsolicited electronic mail sent from someone unknown to the recipient.
An operating system with graphical symbols representing files, programs, and documents
Specialized software that is used to create and display visual information
A display of slides in a presentation shown one after the other in the order they appear in the document
The display in presentation software that shows the text from each slide in outline form
To move from one part of a document to another on the screen
Text boxes that allow you to jot down notes to use during the presentation or to print as handouts, but do not appear in the presentation that is being shown to the audience
In PowerPoint, a split screen that shows a Slide view and an Outline view
An area within a slide layout designed to hold data, such as text or pictures
A separate page in a presentation program on which information is organized
The top row of an application window where the program name and often the name of the document is shown
Different ways you can see a presentation in certain presentation software
Sacred, Monophonic Vocal Music of the Middle Ages
A Choral Drama usually based on an Old Testament Story
A Choral Drama, sacred or secular, usually accompanied by a small group of instruments
A polyphonic form based a theme called a 'subject'
Sacred a Capella music of the Renaissance
Secular, a Capella music of the Renaissance
A Musical Drama, like a play set to music
A song of praise
A solo song revealing inner emotions of an opera character
A musical introduction (usually)
Name a test used to identify a mineral.
The major agents of erosion are...
Which theory is used to explain the movement of crustal plates?
What geological event(s) can occur near an oceanic and continental plate boundary?
What is the thinnest layer of the earth?
What is the hottest layer of the earth
What layer of the Earth can we observe directly?
What type of rock forms directly from magma?
Identify a process for the formation of sedimentary rock.
How does metamorphic rock form?
What are 3 examples of cultural landscapes?
Which place name came from the English culture?
Which term means *moving from one place to another*
Which was NOT a reason why the capital was moved from Jamestown to Williamsburg?
Which term meand *buy now, pay later*?
What term means *debt*?
What does the word barter mean?
What was a reason that the capital moved from Williamsburg to Richmond?
Which group of people settled primarily in the Shenandoah Valley, along the migration route?
The culture in Virginia reflected which cultures?
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Each day after school, Brittany has soccer. She could spend that time babysitting for extra cash. Babysitting his her
All of these are forms of cash
Saving money means giving up the opportunity cost to
Saving money for less than 2 months is
Spending money, time or items toward future benefits for making more money is called
What is the term for the money you earn?
Agreement to receive cash, goods, or services now and pay for them at a later date
The term for the second best choice or alternative a person gives up to get something else?
A card that allows money to be withdrawn from your account
When dealing with credit cards it is important to know your card's
Who is most likely to have high finance charges?
A store is offering 10% off for customers who use their store card. This is an example of making purchases using
Susan is in 5th grade. Her dream is to one day be a doctor. This is a _____________
Sam started a college fund for his son when he was born. Each month he transfers $100 from his checking account to the fund. By doing this, he is both _________ and ___________.
The periodic table is arranged according to increasing
Conductivity, malleability and luster are all characters of
What does an atom need to lose or gain to become an ion?
Group 1 elements are known as the
Group 2 elements are known as the
Elements that usually form colored compounds and have characteristics of metals and nonmentals are known as
Group 17 elements are known as the
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the measure of the average kinetic energy is called...
the measure of the total kinetic energy...
a material that transfers heat well
a material that does not transfer heat well
when you add energy to an object it will usually
when you remove energy from an object
hot air ...
cold air...
air is a good
Heat from a stove burner gets into your soup
A cooler keeps drinks cold on a hot day because it is a
When two cars sit in the sun all day, one is black and one is white and shiny. Which car will get hotter?
How does heat from the sun reach your body.
Your spoon sitting in coffee gets hot because of
The plastic spoon in your coffee does not get hot because it is
Why is your basement cooler than your attic
If you heat an object it will
If you add energy to an object
If you add or remove enough energy from an object, it might change its state of matter
Ada Lovelace was from which of the following countries?
She lived during which of the following time periods?
Ada grew up in a poor, lower-class family.
Who was Ada's father?
Ada is considered which of the following?
Ada worked closely with what inventor/ mathematician?
In 1842, Ada translated a memoir by Louis Menebrea, an Italian mathematician, on the subject of the Analytical Engine from French into English.
Ada was how old when she died?
Ada called herself which of the following?
Ada invented the Difference Engine, which is the first calculating machine.
What takes up space and has mass?
Which is usually the first physical property noticed about an object?
A blue bottle of laundry detergent is sitting on a shelf. We are noticing...
What is the SI unit for matter?
Which of these should you not do if you are trying to identify an unknown substance?
Which of the following physical characteristics is not measurable?
Two identically shaped blocks of wood are floating on water. Block A is slightly more out of the water than Block B. Which has a greater density?
Which state of matter has no definite shape, but has a definite volume?
What is the name of the process of turning a solid into a liquid?
Which of the following terms describes the luster of most metallic objects?
water is the only substance found on earth naturally in three forms
how much of the earth's surface is water?
Of all the earth's water, how much is ocean or seas?
How long can a person live without water?
how much water does an individual use daily?
what percentage of the nation's community water supplies are investor-owned?
how much does one gallon of water weigh?
How much water is used currently to flush toilets?
How much water in a 5 minute shower?
What is the weight of water in one cubic foot?
Mario is a bank manager. He ______ in a bank downtown.
My apartment is being restored so this week I _______ in my sister's house.
I always _______ the bus to work, but today I ______ a taxi because I am really late.
I _______ lasagna for dinner tonight.
Susan and John _______ golf every Saturday.
Jenny can't answer the phone because she ______ a shower.
You have to take your umbrella because it _______ a lot.
Where _______ all dressed up like that?
I never ______ during the week. I'm always so busy.
He usually ______ a suit but today is casual Friday so he _______ a polo shirt and jeans.
To move to the end of the document, press the ___ key(s).
To erase a character to the right of the insertion point, press the ___ key.
The main elements of the ___ include the Ribbon, mini toolbar, and Office button.
A ___ is a set of choices, often graphical, arranged in a grid or in a list.
A __- consists of a group of frequently used styles formatted so they look pleasing when used together.
___ formatting is the process of changing the way letters, numbers, punctuation marks and symbols appear on the screen and in print.
You use a ___ to display different portions of a document in the document window.
___ is another term for document properties.
The default view in Word is __ view.
To move to the beginning of a line with the keyboard, press ____.
What does the root grad, gress mean?
What does the root mob,mov,mot mean?
What does the root pos mean?
What does the root sed,sid,sess mean?
What does the prefix in- mean?
What does the prefix e-, ex- mean?
What does the prefix il-,in-,im-,ir- mean?
What does the prefix non- mean?
What does the word compose mean?
What does the word depose mean?
What does the word reside mean?
What does the word residence mean?
What does sedentary mean?
What does nonverbal mean?
What does incapable mean?
What does impaired mean?
What does irreversible mean?
happening once a year
Weird; distorted
To stare stupidly
Poisonous; unhealthy; harmful
Stupid or clumsy mistake
To fight or quarrel over something silly
Vicious; cruel
Cat-like; a member of the cat family
A ruler who abuses power
Speechless because of shock or amazement
what is the file path for autocorrect?
what separates the ribbon into similar commands?
the name of a file is not really important when saving a document
you should always save to the ________ drive
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all of these are examples of fundamentalism EXCEPT...
Daoism has all of these characteristics EXCEPT.
Judaism is associated with this area as its hearth.
Buddhism has the following characteristics...
which ruler wanted to keep Slovenia, Croatia, and Bosnia together?
After a volcanic eruption has covered an area with lava, which of the following is the most likely order of succession in the repopulation of the area?
If a paleontologist finds fossils of many different species existing in the same area at approximately the same time, the paleontologist can conclude that the ecosystem in this area had a high degree of -
Which organisms are carnivores
Which organisms receive energy from the grasshopper?
Earth has a variety of environments. Each with different resources. Insecticides and Pesticides affect the environment by _______________.
Uneaten food parts such as orange peels and eggshells can be placed in which container to conserve resources?
All of the following are ways that the atmosphere makes the existence of life on earth possible EXCEPT --
Which organ system contains two large sacs with the exchange of gases taking place in the alveoli?
Where does a chemical reaction take place in the digestive system?
When communities replace one another in an ecosystem after a forest fire, what kind of ecological succession does this represent?
Which of these best illustrates natural selection?
In a food web, what does the arrows represent?
The bands on a pair of chromosomes represent ?
Which of the following organelles use carbon dioxide to produce sugars during the process of photosynthesis?
Plants are unable to move to a new location in response to changes in their environment. Plants, instead, maintain balance by storing excess water in nutrients in their cells. Which organelle is responsible for this?
Which of the following systems breaks food into nutrients that can be used by the body?
The kidney filters the blood of waste and removes it from the body with the help of which body system?
Which pair of body systems is responsible for providing structure support for humans?
As a person exercises, carbon dioxide (CO2) levels in the blood increase. This causes the nervous system to signal which of these systems to respond?
Which human organ system produces most of the hormones that regulate body functions?
During which process does genetic material come from two parents?
If a hydra reproduce asexually at the same rate, how many organsms will there be after 50 hours?
What advantage does a species that reproduces sexually have over a species that reproduces asexually?
Which example would result in new cells that are most different from the parent cells?
Chromosome is to nucleus as DNA is to -
What is the function of DNA in a cell?
The basic life functions of an organism are carried on by -
One important difference between living things and nonliving things is that only living things have
According to the cell theory, all organisms extract energy from food to sustain life. Which body system is primarily responsible for ensuring that cells have the energy they need available to them?
Which of the following examples represents a chemical change that occurs in the mouth during digestion?
IN the large intestine, excess water is removed from waste before it is removed from the body. Why is this an example of a physical change that occurs during digestion?
Which process involves choosing certain organism to reproduce with one another in order to pass on specific, desirable traits to their offspring?
Which situation is the best example of ecological succession?
What are elements made of?
What term is used to describe substances that are made of elements that are chemically bonded together and can be decomposed by chemical change back into separate elements?
Elements and compounds are both classified as substances because they are homogeneous. This means that they have the same
What type of solution is created when a solute such as NaCl is dissolved into water?
If a mixture has a varying composition throughout the sample, it is classified as a
Soil is an example of a(n)
Which of the following is an example of a physical change?
Which of the following is an example of a chemical change?
If 75 grams of substance A are reacted with 25 grams of substance B to form substance C, what will the mass of substance C be?
The energy of motion is
What direction does heat always flow?
What occurs during exothermic reactions?
What occurs during endothermic reactions?
If a scientist measures the temperature of water in a container surrounding a chemical reaction before and after the reaction, she is probably performing
In a calorimetry problem, what does C represent?
What term is used to describe the change in potential energy that accompanies a chemical reaction?
A positive change in potential energy indicates that energy was absorbed from the surroundings, thus lowering the temperature of the surroundings. This describes an
A decrease in potential energy (- delta H) indicates that energy was lost from the system and released into the surroundings, thus increasing the temperature of the surroundings. This describes an
What is a typewriter used for?
What is a fax machine used for?
Whats does email stand for?
What does a photocopier NOT do?
What does a fire alarm do?
Where would you have a keypad?
What does a projector NOT link with?
What does thermostat control?
What do you do with an intercom?
What is a telephone exchange?
What is the most popular drink in Great Britain?
What is a cod?
How often should we eat bread or cereal per day?
How often should we eat ice-creams and sweets?
What is a cucumber?
Which are the basic ingredients of a traditional British breakfast?
What is the first meal of the day?
Fish, meat and eggs belong to...
According to doctors, how often should you eat fruits and vegetables?
Toad in t the hole is a traditional British meal consisting of...
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What is the value of the 2 in 2.03
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What is your name
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What are the two most common gases in the atmosphere?
Which layer of the atmosphere does all the weather occur?
The weather conditions in an air mass are determined by
Which is a form of precipitation?
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To open a file you can use _____________, located in the task bar
a new document can be created by using this shortcut:
A thesaurus displays ____________ for a particular word
the thesaurus and the spelling and grammar check are located under which tab?
Grammatical errors are underlined in which color?
The save button creates a copy of your file
if you use a word a lot and want to create a shortcut for it, you would use which option?
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The following equation illustrates which property? 3x + 5 - 2x = 3x - 2x + 5
The following equation illustrates which property? (5 + x) + 2x = 5 + (x + 2x)
The following equation illustrates which property? 13 - x = -x + 13
The following equation illustrates which property? (2 + 6) + 7 = 2 + (6 + 7)
The following equation illustrates which property? 2(x - 5) = 2x -10
The following equation illustrates which property? x + 2(1 + x) = 3x + 2
The following equation illustrates which property? 4x + 8 = 6
The following equation illustrates which property? 2x - 3y + 5x + y = 2x + 5x - 3y + y
The following equation illustrates which property? 8 + 4x + 2(x - 5) - 7x = (2x - 7x) - 10 + 8 + 4x
Which property should be used in the next step of solving this equation? 9 - 5(x + 7) = 9 - 5x - 35
What is a noun?
What is a verb?
What is an adjective?
Which is a proper noun?
which is a singular noun?
Which list below are considered verbs?
Which sentence has two demonstrative adjectives?
A complete sentence includes...?
A Proper Adjective is...?
A, an, and the are all considered?
Iran to the store for some medication.
What is a noun?
What is a verb?
What is an adjective?
Which is a proper noun?
Which is a singular noun?
Which list below is considered verbs?
Which sentence has two demonstrative adjectives?
A complete sentence includes...?
A Proper Adjective is...?
A, an, and the are all considered?
Iran to the store for some medication.
WHAT IS INDIRECT CHARACTERIZATION?
When the reader learns that Alymer is obsessed with the birthmark by commenting and starring at the birthmark, what type of characterization is that?
When Alymer states I can correct what nature left imperfect and the reader realizes he is conceited and over confident, what kind of characterization is that?
Who is the narrator in the story?
Who is the character in the story?
In what tense does James speak in?
How does the audience know that James is telling us about events that happened in the past?
Why do you think the playwright includes state directions?
Which one is a significant prop used in THE BIRTHMARK ?
What is another significant prop used in the play.
An aside is a remark spoken by an actor that is intended to be heard by the audience but not by the other characters in the play. Identify two asides in THE BIRTHMARK.
This play is divided into two acts, each of which is divided into smaller sections called scenes. The beginning of a new act indicates a significant change in time, action, or location. What happens in the last scene of Act 1?
Why do you think the playwright chose to begin a new act after scene 3?
In how many different settings does the play take place?
Name the settings.
What are the stage directions at the end of each scene?
What is the description of the role of lightening in Act 1, Scene II?
What effect does the spotlight have?
List 1 adjective that describes the tone of the play.
What does the play do when there is danger of being obsessed with removing all flows.
What are the coefficient(s) of the expression 7x + 3?
What are the constant(s) of the expression 8y - 3?
What are the coefficient(s) of the expression 2x - 3y + 3?
What are the coefficient(s) of the expression 9m - 2 + 4y??
What are the constant(s) of the expression 9x + 3y - 6?
What are the coefficient(s) of the expression 6x + 3?
What are the coefficient(s) of the expression -7x - 3 + 9z?
What are the constants of the expression 3+ 7x - 2?
What are the coefficient(s) of the expression 7x + y?
What are the constant(s) of the expression 8 - 7z + 5y?
These are tube like structures absorb water and nutrients and anchor a plant in the ground.
This root system is made up of many thin branched roots
The main job of this structure is to support the leaves and transport materials from the roots
The part of the stem that carries water and dissolved minerals upward from the roots
The part of the stem that carries food from the leaves to other parts of the plants
The process in which plants make their own food
Tiny openings in the upper and lower surfaces of the leaf
The green material that is needed by plants for photosynthesis
A yellow powder produced by the plants stamen and is the male sex cell
The process in which the plants makes its own food
I anchor or hold the plant firmly in the soil and carry water and dissolved minerals upward.
My main job is to support the leaves and to transport materials between the roots and leaves
The structure where plants make their food
An organism is
Parts of organisms are called
The process in which plants make their own food
The green material in plants that is need for photosynthesis
The female reproductive organ in flowers in called
The male reproductive part of a flower is called
What is the yellow powder in flowers that is produced by the stamen and is the male sex cell
Who made the world and all that's in it?
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Assume that two species are coexisting in the same environment. Species A has little gene pool variation, whereas species B has great variety in its gene pool. During a dramatic environmental change, which event is MOST probable?
Which kingdom was divided into two, changing the five-kingdom classification system to the six-kingdom classification system?
In the change from a five-kingdom classification system to a six-kingdom classification system, one kingdom was divided into two. Which two new kingdoms came about as a result of that division?
In the change from a five-kingdom classification system to a six-kingdom classification system, one kingdom was divided into two. What was used as a basis for that division?
In the five-kingdom system, Streptococcus was classified in the kingdom Monera. Now, in the six-kingdom system, Streptococcus is classified in which kingdom?
Which of the following lists the major taxa in order from most inclusive to least inclusive?
Which of the following is the correct taxonomic sequence for a human, from most inclusive to least inclusive?
Of the taxonomic divisions listed below, which is the most inclusive?
Which abiotic factor enables plants to synthesize sugar?
Of the taxonomic divisions listed below, which is the least inclusive?
Which pathway illustrates how nutrients from food are delivered to the cells in the body?
In photosynthesis, what are the main functions of the light-dependent reactions?
Some prokaryotes obtain energy from hydrogen sulfide gas instead of organic molecules. In which of the following groups do these prokaryotes belong?
An individual has parents who are both carriers of the recessive allele that causes cystic fibrosis. Neither parent is affected by the disease.What is the chance that their offspring will have the disease?
Car gar zar verbs only change in what form
Accent the _ or change to _
Ir stem changing verbs only change in what person or form
O changes to what
E changes to what
What are five forms of dar
What are the twin verbs
Irregular preterite stem verbs don't have what
Only j stems have what endings
Tener. Changes to what
Poner homages to what
What does saber change to
What does venir change to
What does decir change to
What does traer change to
How long is the satanic leaf-tailed gecko?
What does the olm's body look like?
How long is the female blanket octopus?
How long is the male blanket octopus?
What does the satanic leaf-tailed gecko look like?
Where can you find star-nose moles?
Where can you find the blobfish?
What do leafy sea dragons eat?
What is interesting about snake caterpillars?
Which animal can you find in Madagascar?
An economy at its production possibilities frontier is operating
What occurs when a nation's total output of goods and services increases over time?
Which of the following is NOT one of the four factors of production?
The situation in which some necessities have little value while some non-necessities have a much higher value is known as
Manufactured goods needed to produce other goods and services are called
To arrive at an economic decision, a decision-making grid may be used to evaluate
Division of labor is a characteristic of
The study of economics is important because it enables us to
The dollar value of all final goods and services and the most comprehensive measure of a country's total production output is
A popular model used to illustrate the concept of opportunity cost is
The money used to buy the tools and equipment needed for production is known as
Actions in one part of the country or world that have an economic impact on what happens elsewhere are examples of
The study of how people try to satisfy their needs and wants through the use of limited resources is called
What factor of production describes people with all their efforts, abilities, and skills?
What economic problem is caused by the condition of not having enough resources to produce all the things people want?
What are the alternative choices made by consumers in the marketplace called?
What food group is at the base of the pyramid?
What food group is at the top of the pyramid?
What food group are served in larger quantities?
What food group are served in smaller quantities?
What food group provides a lot of calcium?
What food group provides a lot of proteins?
What food group provides a lot of saturated satty acids and cholesterol?
What food group provides a lot of vitamins and few calories?
What food group provides a lot of fiber?
What food group contein more calories?
The process in which the nucleus divides to form two identical nuclei is called
When a small exact copy of an adult organism grows from the body of the parent, it is called
Human body cells have _______ pairs of chromosomes
The desert biome gets 80-180 inches of rain per year
The joining of an egg and a sperm from two different organisms of the same species is
The passing of traits from parent to offspring is
A/an __________ is a working unit made up of organisms interacting with each other and with non-living factors.
A ____________ trait covers up other traits.
The study of how traits are inherited through the actions of alleles is called
Biotic factors include the _________ parts of an ecosystem
A _________ is the outward physical appearance and behavior of an organism as a
In a Punnett square, a capital letter (T) stands for a ______ allele.
Brown hair, green eyes, curly hair, and freckles are examples of
A tool used to predict the probability of certain traits in offspring that shows the different ways alleles can combine is a
The study of the relationship between (or interconnectedness) of living and nonliving things in an ecosystem is
Rocks, water, and air are examples of the nonliving parts of and ecosystem, which is/are ____________.
All biomes have exactly the same climates and ecosystems
18. All of the following are steps of mitosis, except
The combination Tt represents a ______ genotype.
_________ is the process that produces haploid sex cells and ensures that offspring have the same diploid as its parents.
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