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The circumcenter is:
The incenter is:
The incenter is special because...
The circumcenter is special because...
The centroid is special because...
The centroid of a triangle divides the medians...
If the median of the triangle is 60 mm long, then the centroid divides the median into two sections which are...
Which of the following holds the MOST water vapor?
Areas of high and low pressure in the atmosphere are caused by which of the following?
Which of the following develops wind?
Which of the following influences the direction of global wind currents?
Which of the following is necessary for convection currents to occur in the oceans?
Which of the following BEST defines weather?
Which of the following BEST defines climate?
Where does most of the weather happen in the atmosphere?
Which of the following is a huge body of air with uniform temperature, humidity, and air pressure through out?
Which of the following MOST OFTEN causes air masses to move?
Which of the following is the MAIN cause of the heating of our atmosphere?
What BEST explains why the Earth experiences different seasons?
Which of the following absorbs the most energy from the sun?
What percentage of the Earth's surface are oceans?
Where is most the heat energy from the sun stored on Earth?
Which of the following refers to the boundary that forms between warm and cold air masses?
A situation where cold air masses meet and neither air mass displaces the other.
A situation where a cold air mass is advancing upon a warm air mass.
Occurs when warm, cool and cold air masses come together. (This is least common.)
A situation where warm air mass is advancing upon a cold air mass.
Which of the following is responsible for the movement of major weather features from West to East across the Earth?
Water moves from the soil. through plants, and into the air from their leaves. What is this process called?
Water vapor, particles of dust, smoke, or salt, plus cool temperatures equals liquid water. What is this process called?
Which characteristics of the atmosphere change the most at different altitudes?
The atmosphere of the Earth is made mostly of which gas?
The water cycle is constantly moving and changing.
What is the source of energy that fuels the water cycle?
Which of the following causes evaporation?
The process by which liquid water changes into water vapor and enters the atmosphere is called which of the following?
What happens to warm air in the atmosphere?
Which of the following explains what happens to water vapor that cools at high altitudes, changes to a liquid to form clouds.
Cooled water in the atmosphere forms clouds. Which of the following explains what happens when water droplets in clouds are pulled to the ground by gravity?
Which of the following describes the transfer of heat energy through liquids and gases by moving particles?
What do we call the gases that surround the Earth?
Which of the following is necessary for convection to occur in the atmosphere?
When the sun is directly overhead the Tropic of Capricorn at noontime, what day is it for the Northern Hemisphere?
How long does it take for the Earth to revolve?
Why do we have seasons?
The sun shines directly overhead at the equator on
On this day earth receives the most direct rays and longest daylight hours
During what season is Earth the furthest distance away from the Sun?
What would happen to our seasons if Earth rotated clockwise?
The sun is never directly overhead at which latitude?
An equinox occurs when
When the Southern Hemisphere is tilted toward the Sun it is __________________ for the Northern Hemisphere.
You are doing a survey to find out if Knoxville, TN should be the home of a new NBA team and they only asked UT college boys basketball players.
You are doing a survey to find out what kids really think about school lunch and you stand outside a lunchroom and ask every 5th person from every grade.
You are doing a survey to find out what sport high schoolers like the most, and you only ask people from a Rugby team.
Someone is conducting a survey and asks this question. What is your favorite soft drink? Sample is chosen by picking names out of a telephone book.
You are conducting a survey and ask people the following question: Should more money be put into athletic programs or music programs at school? Sample is chosen from students in the band program.
You want to know your town’s favorite fast-food restaurant. You randomly ask 30 people their preference as they leave a McDonald’s restaurant.
A survey is taken to determine the projected winner for the upcoming presidential election, and you ask randomly selected people from the voter-registration list for each state
You want to conduct a study to determine the most popular sport at the Winter Olympics and you Go to Hunter Mountain Ski Resort and ask 50 people.
You want to find out what subject is a favorite of a middle school. You only ask Algebra I students in 8th grade.
To conduct a survey about the people of Wisconsin, 100 people were chosen from each county based on a recent census.
Why do we see moon phases on Earth?
What is considered the start of a lunar cycle?
How long does it take for the moon to go through all the phases?
When the right half of the moon is bright from our perspective, what phase is it?
The side of Earth that is facing the moon will experience
When the moon is blocking the light of the sun, this is called a
We always see the same side of the moon because
Recently we were able to see Earth's shadow during a
What phase comes after a full moon?
During what moon phase can you see a lunar eclipse?
Which is a form of oxygen in the stratosphere?
In which two layers of the atmosphere does the temperature decrease with increasing altitude?
Which layer of the atmosphere experiences the highest temperature?
What is one way that water vapor enters the atmosphere?
Clouds are classified mainly by shape and _____________.
Which process is not part of the water cycle?
Cloudy rainy weather usually indicates an area of _______________ pressure.
Which is the correct process for a cold front?
In the atmosphere there is a layer of gas called ozone. This ozone is important because it ______________.
In which layer of the atmosphere is atmospheric pressure the greatest?
Energy from the Sun heats Earth's surface. The heat then rises from Earth's surface and the gases in the atmosphere reflect the heat back to Earth. This process is called ____________.
Which is NOT what happens to solar energy that reaches Earth?
The _____________ is the source of all energy in Earth's atmosphere
As air in Earth's atmosphere is heated by the Sun, the warmer air expands and becomes less dense than the cooler air. As a result, the warmer air rises and the cooler air sinks. This cycle of warm air rising and cool air sinking is called _________.
__________ and the spinning of Earth act together to drive the surface currents of the oceans.
Tropical weather systems-- for example, hurricanes--are moved in the direction of the tradewinds. What direction would that be?
___________ are important because weather systems move along their paths.
What is the correct or of layers in the atmosphere from Earth's surface into outer space?
A(n) ____________ shows weather conditions at one specific location.
The jet stream bends and changes position as it moves around Earth. With its high winds, it can bring an air mass from Canada to the United States. When the jet stream bends to the south with that Canadian air mass, how will the weather change?
Viruses are considered to be _______.
Viruses can only reproduce in a _______.
Viruses only contain DNA and an outside _______ made of protein.
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Mis amigas
Tú y yo
Sara
Michael
I am
He is
They (all boys) are
You all are
You (informal) are
vest
belt
socks
t shirt
bag or purse
scarf
slippers
dress
gloves
high heels
Solubility is
Which of the following sugar solutions is most concentrated?
Which of the following sugar solutions is most dilute?
KCl is added to water until no more can be dissolved at that temperature. Some solid remains at the bottom of the beaker. How would you describe the solution?
Which combination of solid and liquid would likely form a solution?
Which compound is the most soluble in 100 g of water at 0 degrees Celsius?
Which of the following will increase gas solubility?
When cooks heat up a saturated solution and then let it cool they are left with a
Which 2 factors will decrease solubility?
In which the following cases is pressure a factor in the solubility of the solute in the solvent?
Which compound will change red litmus paper to blue
Which compound will change pink phenolpthalein colorless?
Which compound will taste bitter?
Which compound will taste sour?
Which compound can be corroded?
Which compound will not produce carbon dioxide from carbonates?
Which compound has a slippery feel?
Vitamin C is an example of a(n)
baking soda is an example of a(n)
Litmus paper is an example of a(n)
Which substance will produce hydrogen ions in solution?
Which substance has a pH greater than 7
A hydroxide ion looks like
An acidic solution can have a pH of
What is the pH of a solution with the lowest hydrogen ion concentration?
HNO3 + NaOH → H2O + NaNO3 is an example of a ____________ reaction
In the reaction HNO3 + NaOH → H2O + NaNO3 the ionic salt is
A compound in which few molecules break up into hydroxide ions and positive ions in solution is called a
Water is neutral so it has a pH of
An acid with a pH of 3 is mixed with a base with a pH of 10. What could be a reasonable pH for the resulting solution?
Long ago, there were very few roads, and people traveled by horse and buggy. Now we have interstate roads and almost everyone has a car. Which theme of geography does this situation describe?
Geographic isolation of a people frequently reinforces
Which best describes the impact of urbanization on most societies?
Which statement is the best example of cultural diffusion?
Which best describes why culture is sometimes referred to as a blueprint for living?
Which statement best supports the idea that cultural diffusion has greatly affected Southeast Asia?
A study of quotations by Dante, David Everett, and Lao-Tzu supports the conclusion that
Historians are interested in studying Maya ruins in Mexico, the haiku poetry of Japan, and the music of Chopin because such cultural and intellectual developments
Which aspect of a nation's culture is most directly influenced by the physical geography of that nation
In most traditional societies, the teaching of values is mainly the responsibility of
Carbon has ______ valence electrons?
Carbon forms __________________ bonds
Which of the following is not a way to represent chemical bonds?
Which of the following is not a form of carbon?
Which form of carbon has the highest melting point?
Which form of carbon is used as the lead in lead pencils?
Which form of carbon is man-made?
In a nanotube, carbon atoms are arranged in the shape of
In diamond, carbon atoms are arranged in the shape of
Buckyballs are a type of ________________ shaped like ___________________
Organic compounds usually contain
hydrocarbons have all the properties of organic compounds in addition to
The __________ on the molecule C2H6 indicates ___ hydrogen atoms
Isomers are compounds with
Which of the following hydrocarbons is saturated?
Which of the following compounds contains at least one double bond?
Alcohols are substituted hydrocarbons containing a _________ group
Esters are substituted hydrocarbons containing a _________ group
Organic acids are substituted hydrocarbons containing a ___________ group
CCl2F2 is an example of a(n)
Which of the following factors has been suggested as an explanation for the lack of economic growth in many poor nations?
In France, a person drinks coffee imported from Brazil, works at a computer made in Japan, and uses gasoline from Saudi Arabia in a German automobile. This situation illustrates the concept of:
Which is a major characteristic of a pure market economy?
Which of the following makes decisions about production in a command economy?
Based on its Charter document, which of the following statements would the United Nations be least likely to agree with?
President Obama's father worked for the government of what African nation?
What is the name of the terrorist organization started by Osama Bin Ladin?
Prior to being President, George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush both had plenty of Middle East relations as a result of their business investments in what industry?
The current U.S. Secretary of State ran as the Democratic nominee for President in 2004. Who is he?
Which country has been mentioned in the news recently as a nation the United States may soon find itself at war with?
What category of organic molecules are sugars?
What category of organic molecules is cholesterol?
The monomers of proteins are
DNA and RNA are composed of
Which organic molecules serve as helpers for a variety of chemical reactions in the body?
Which molecules are ions needed by the body?
What is the function of proteins?
Which of the following lipids does not provide energy?
___________ is sometimes called fiber and ___________ be digested
______________ fatty acids are found in _____ and contain one or more double bonds
What does the word etiquette mean?
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The supreme law of the land is
The number of amendments that have been added to the Constitution is
The executive branch
The judicial branch
The legislative branch
In order to prevent any one branch of government from gaining too much power, the Constitution creates a system of
What was written to protect the rights of the people?
In order for a person to be elected as president ……
Term for a written plan of government
Known as “Father of the Constitution”
Term for our 3 branches of government, each with its own specific power
Term for adding to the Constitution
This term means to pass or to approve
Term for a nation in which the people elect their leaders
On what continent was the first human found?
What does “Mesopotamia” mean?
In what ancient civilization were the Great Pyramids built?
What is the name of a ruler in ancient Egypt?
In what country is the Nile River?
In what ancient civilization was “Democracy” created?
What is the name of the two great city-states of ancient Greece?
In what ancient civilization was the coliseum and aqueducts built?
Who was the famous emperor of Rome that extended the empire across Europe and Africa?
What is the name of the era in Europe after the fall of the Roman empire?
What famous speech did Abraham Lincoln give?
Lewis and Clark gathered a lot of information about the Louisiana territory. What were they looking for?
What Shoshone woman guided Lewis and Clark on their expedition of the Louisiana territory?
What building did the British burn in Washington D.C. during the War of 1812?
What did Dolly Madison save when the British burnt the President’s House?
Who wrote the Star Spangled Banner?
What was the forced removal of the Cherokee to lands west of the Mississippi River called?
Why did the Texans “remember the Alamo” in their fight for independence?
What was the name of the war over Texas?
Which was a cause of the American Civil War?
What did the Southern states call their new nation?
What was Reconstruction?
What was Lincoln doing when he was assassinated?
What finally ended slavery in the United States?
Who assassinated President Abraham Lincoln?
What is the natural force of attraction exerted by Earth on objects or materials on its sruface that tends to draw them downward toward its center?
What is the quality or state of being correct?
Friction is a force that always acts ...
Which law: Equal and opposite forces?
Which Law: F=m*a?
Which Law: inertia
One object has twice as much mass as another object. The first object has twice as much ...
An archer shoots an arrow. Consider the action force to be the bow string aginst the arrow. The reaction force would be ...
What is the change in an objects speed or direction
What is a push or pull on an object?
If you place a hot stone in a beaker of cold water, what would happen to the stone and the water after ten minutes?
The central core of an atom is called the
Nuclear reactions result in tremendous amounts of
The major fossil fuels are coal, oil, and
Energy conservation means
Which of these is an example of a biomass fuel?
The ability to do work is called
Fossil fuels are energy-rich because they contain
The most plentiful fossil fuel in the United States is
An example of a fossil fuel is
What led to the creation of military regimes in Chile, Brazil, and Argentina
Which of the following countries were NOT big producers of marijuana and cocaine?
What art form brings together realistic events with dreamlike or fantastic backgrounds?
Who overthrew the Cuban government in January 1959?
Mexico adopted a policy of ____________, which is the sale of government-owned companies to private firms.
Which US President declared a trade embargo on Cuba in 1960?
US Presidents Reagan and George HW Bush supported the __________ in Nicaragua when they tried to overthrow the Sandinistas.
Panama broke away from what country?
What Panamanian leader was sent to US prison for drug trafficking?
Who was the man that led the charge in overthrowing the oligarchy in Argentina?
In what country did inflation rise to over 800% in 1987?
Whose regime was the most brutal in the history of Chile?
Who were the Shining Path of Peru?
What country funded the anti-drug campaign in Columbia in 2003?
The riders on the three beams on the balance measure different gram quantities in which of the following orders from front to back?
A student collecting weather data for his report needed to find the relative humidity as one of the weather conditions. Which tool would be the
Before weighing an object on a triple beam balance, you must first ___________.
A science class conducts an experiment comparing Paper Towel X to Paper Towel Y. They find that type X absorbs 100 ml of water, while type Y absorbs 150 ml of water. What is one possible inference the students could make from this observation?
Alicia wants to determine if a new type of light bulb would improve the growth of bean seedlings. How should she set up her experiment?
Jamar wants to find out how much rain falls in his backyard each day during the month of May. His science teacher suggests he design something that will collect the rain. Which would be the best object to use for his rain collector design?
Bill wants to find out how much sugar will dissolve in water at different temperatures. He adds sugar to a beaker of water that is heating on a hot plate.What kind of safety precautions should Bill follow?
Which is BEST suited to handle a hot beaker?
Which of the following is a qualitative observation?
High and low pressure systems affect the weather in a region. Changing air pressure can be measured using a _____________.
Which of the following is a quantitative observation?
A variable that can be manipulated in a scientific experiment is known as a __________________
A variable that is known as the responding variable? (you cannot control)
What is the correct order in which we develop an idea through the process of Technological Design?
Scientists ______________ organisms into groups based on similar characteristics.
What should students do if a chemical spills during a laboratory investigation?
After finishing an experiment, chemicals you no longer need should be _______________.
The taxonomy levels used in an organism's scientific name are ______________________.
Plant A and plant B are sitting on window sills. Plant A's window has no shade. Plant B's window shade is pulled down. Plant A is growing well, but plant B is not growing well. Which would probably help plant B?
When a natural resource cannot be used up it is known as...
Maria is studding methods of ________ in which a less amount of natural resources can be used inorder to save the resources that we have.
Which statement is not true about acid rain?
What are the three R's for considering conservation?
Power plants and cars cause lots of _____
One way to cut waste is to but matterials that are ____
The ozone layer protects us from _________
Water that falls from the atmosphere is known as?
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What does compromise mean?
What does protocol mean?
What is the meaning of active listening?
When choosing evidence to support a claim, the information must be _____________ to the topic.
When stating your claim and evidence, you must be very specific with your facts so that there is no _____________.
When stating evidence, it must be ______________ ; never use an opinion as evidence.
The teacher was ____________ toward her class's project; she thought it was the best.
The definition of an active listener is...
The definition of protocol is...
The definition of claim is...
The definition of evidence is...
The definition of compromise is...
The definition of etiquette is...
The definition of claim is ...
The definition of evidence is...
The definition of argumentation is...
The definition of criticism is...
The definition of relevant is...
The definition of ambiguous is...
What is the first step of the scientific method?
Before you make a hypothesis, you first need to
A hypothesis of the scientific method involves
The group that does not get what is being tested by the experiment is called the
If one is doing an experiment to determine if cooler temperatures make people fall asleep faster, the dependent variable is
If one is doing an experiment to determine what type of metal bends the most, the independent variable is
The final step to the scientific method is
Which of the following is NOT an observation?
In what form do scientists like to communicate data?
Upon making a hypothesis, the next step is to
Before making a conclusion, a scientist should
If the hypothesis of an experiment was that red was the most popular car color and the data collected was 25% of cars are red, 33%of cars are black, 40% of cars are white, and the rest were other colors, what should his conclusion be?
What is the minimum number of times a scientist should repeat an experiment to get valid results?
The variable that the scientist changes in an experiment is the
The variable that is recorded to see how it changes thanks to the what the scientist does is the
A student is designing an experiment to find out which type of ball rolls the fastest - a golf ball or a basketball. What variable should be controlled and not allowed to vary?
If I tell Ms. Norwood that all my 8th graders are going to ace this first test, I am making a(n)
The steps of an experiment are called the
Which of these is NOT a prediction?
During the conclusion, what other step of the scientific method do we have to talk about?
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Bottom of Maslow's Pyramid
Blaming Someone else
Telling yourself it is OK to do something illegal
Signs of suicide include all EXCEPT
Psychological barrier to communication
Components of communication DO NOT include
Good listening skills include all EXCEPT
developmental stage with most changes
Developmental stage with growth spurts and emotional difficulty
Physiological Need
Things to say to help suicide victim
Things not to say for suicide victim
Follow up after suicide attempt
Negative effect of defense mechanism
Positive effect of defense mechanism
Rationalization
Nonverbal communication does not include
Benefit to healthcare worker for meeting patient's needs would not include
Powerhouse of the cell that produces ATP from glucose that is used for energy.
Recycler for the cell. Digests or breaks down old proteins and cell structures.
Organelle in plant cells where photosynthesis takes place.
Type of cell that has no membrane bound organelles.
Biomolecule that cilia and flagella are made of that enables prokaryotic cells to move.
Structure in plant cells that is made of the polysaccharide cellulose.
Cells that have a true nucleus and membrane bound organelles.
The package and ship organell of the cell.
The biomolecule synthesized by ribosomes.
Proteins that support cell structure and anchor other organells.
Ja jsem Petr.
On je rychly.
Ja mam bratra.
Ona ma dlouhe vlasy.
Oni nemaji psa.
Pocitac je na stole.
Odkud jsi?
Nase zahrada je velika.
Jane je 12 let.
Muj bratr je vysoky.
This government entity makes all final decisions regarding administrative agencies.
Which ethical decision model calls for the evaluation each alternative before making a final decisions.
The United States adopted this set of legal concepts when it gained independence.
This federal agency has jurisdiction over investigations of money being transferred to known terrorist groups.
This federal agency is responsible for the apprehension of federal fugitives.
This federal agency has investigative jurisdiction for the funding of terrorist groups linked to a plot to destroy a federal landmark.
This agency is responsible for providing protection to judges and other court personnel.
This federal agency has jurisdiction over cases involving the smuggling of drugs into the US.
This federal agency will assist with cleanup and recovery after a terrorist attack.
This law enforcement agency has investigative jurisdiction over cases involving the embezzlement of state funds.
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Which word does NOT use the prefix re correctly?
The Latin prefix uni means:
Which word with the uni prefix is not a real animal?
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Which of the following was NOT a result of the Lewis and Clark expedition?
What Shoshone guide assisted Lewis and Clark on their expedition of the Louisiana territory?
Which one of the following was NOT a cause of the War of 1812?
What happened when the British invaded the American capital city?
What did Dolly Madison save when the British burnt the President’s House?
What was the forced removal of the Cherokee to lands west of the Mississippi River called?
Why did the Texans “remember the Alamo” in their fight for independence?
What was the single bloodiest day of the Civil War?
Which of the following was not a cause of the American Civil War?
What happened that triggered the secession of the Southern states?
What did the Southern states call their new nation?
Who became the first president of the Confederate States of the United States?
What famous speech begins, “Four score and seven years ago, our forefathers brought forth on this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal?”
What happened at Appomattox Court House?
What was Reconstruction?
The assassination of Lincoln proved to be part of a planned conspiracy because?
What was Lincoln doing when he was assassinated?
What finally prohibited slavery in the United States?
What Southern sympathizer assassinated President Abraham Lincoln?
The Civil War was fought between what years?
How do you say shade/shadow in Spanish?
What is the future stem for the verb decir?
What is the ella ending for the future tense?
Un _____ es un animal feroz.
Caminamos por el ______.
How would hacer be conjugated in the future tense yo form?
What does hubo change to in the present tense?
_____ puede volar.
What are the future tense endings?
Cantaron changes to ______ in the future tense.
What word means financially successful?
What is the word that means a very large, densely populated city?
What is the word that means persistent determination?
What is the word that means lacking in quantity or quality?
What is the word that means lack of variety or interest?
What is the word that means a very ugly, or distorted image or figure?
What is the word that means a deep, narrow gorge with steep sides?
What is the word that means an irrational fear of a belief or practice that it will bring you bad luck?
What is the word that means to create or devise?
What is the word that means to trick or deceive?
_________ refers to change or growth that occurs in children.
Children from age one up to the third birthday are called ________.
Two of the most obvious signs of physical development are what?
What two factors influence how a chid develops?
Fine-motor development involves the ________
Social-emotional development does not involve which of the following?
What is maturation?
Nerve cells are also called ______________.
The links between neurons are called ___________.
What is a 'window of opportunity?'
Which of the following is a predator?
Which of theses are abiotic factors?
Which organism is a decomposer?
What is a place where plants and animals interact with their environment?
what are the organisms that breakdown other organisms called?
An organism in a given community is a biotic factor?
Plant life falls under the consumer catagory?
A modification that takes place over time is known as camouflage?
What is the location where a river or stream meets the ocean?
What is the scientific study of the relationships of living things to one another and to the environment?
A green plant is also called
A large geographic area with similar climate and similar biotic features is ...
Series of organisms that depend on the next as a source of food are known as a food chain
The tropical rain forest has the highest biodiversity
Which organism is a herbivore?
How do animals living in ecosystems on land depend on plants for survival?
What is the original source of energy for a food web?
What kind of organism is sometimes considered a primary consumer and other times considered a secondary consumer?
An example of a consumer in a pond ecosystem is a
What organism listed below is a producer?
Which can we see?
Which is a sound wave
A high amplitude produces a ___________ sound.
A high frequency is shown by wavelengths that are
A cell phone uses what kind of waves
The substance waves move through
What transfers energy from one place to another?
What is a crest?
What is a trough?
What is the distance called a medium moves above or below it's position at rest?
What is the distance called from one crest to the next crest?
The Preamble ……..
What government did we have before the Constitution
The Constitutional Convention met in the city of
The number of representatives each state has in the House of Representatives depends on
The total number of members in the House of Representatives today is
The total number of U.S. senators today is
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This branch of government will hear cases involving the state.
This branch of government includes the US House of Representatives.
Which ethical reasoning model is used when decisions are made based on the fact that more will benefit than not.
This branch of government includes the President.
This branch of government includes the Supreme Court.
This branch of government includes Congress.
Mass is best defined as the
On the Celsius temperature scale
A milliliter is equivalent in volume in to one
The base unit for volume is the
Volume is a
A unit of length in the metric system is the
The volume of a regular solid is measured in
Is the coldest possible temperature
Convert 300 Kelvin to Celsius
The Greek word metron means
What is the name of the pear shaped organ that is the home for your baby for nine months?
How many ovaries does a female have?
Thin tubes that carry an egg from the ovary to the uterus.
The cervix dilates to _________.
Which part of the body effaces to 100%
The inner flap that protects the vagina.
The outer flap that protects the vagina
The part of the body that carries urine out.
The part of the body that carries feces out of the body.
Small sensory organ.
In the past twenty years, chalkboards have been replaced with smart boards in the classroom
Bob works at a computer made in the U.S., at a desk made in China, and drives a German automobile that runs on oil from Saudi Arabia
Today's economy is more global than ever before.
It's funny to think of how basketball started in Kansas and now has spread all over the world
Our nation is known for a strong economy
Many nations of the world have a poor quality of life
A nation must balance its budget so that this number does not come out negative
Many countries of the world joined together to form this organization
That's right! Burger joints are allowed to compete against each other in the United States
In some countries of the world, competition between businesses is not allowed
Though there were many different Native American tribes between New York and North Carolina, these tribes all had similar practices and traditions
The United States is a nation of people from many different parts of the world
I went
you went
she was
they gave
we saw
he gave
you all saw
you were
I saw
you all gave
Tommy wrote an essay arguing that students should be allowed to use their cell phones. Which sentence needs to be revised to maintain a formal voice in his essay?
Marissa wrote an essay arguing for more recess time. Which sentence needs to be revised to maintain a formal voice?
Which words should be avoided when maintaining formal style?
Which word should be avoided in writing in formal style?
Which sentence from Kelly's report should he revise to maintain a formal voice?
Which sentence from Kit's report should he revise to maintain a formal voice?
Which sentence from Theresa's report should she revise to maintain a formal voice?
To maintain a formal style, what should a writer avoid?
Julie wrote an essay arguing for teachers to be available after school for tutoring. Which sentence needs to be revised to maintain a formal voice?
Which sentence from Lori's report should be revised to maintain a formal style.
When four times a number is increased by 40, the answer is the same as when 100 is decreased by the number. Find the number.
Eight times a number increased by 9 is the same as 15 more than 7 times the number. Find the number.
When 7 times a number is decreased by 8, the answer is the same as when 3 times the number is increased by 4. Find the number.
Thirty decreased by 6 times a number is the same as 16 more than the number. Find the number.
When 6 times a number is increased by 11 the result is 16 less than 9 times the number. Find the number.
One number is twice another number. If the 12 is subtracted from the larger number the result is 7 more than the smaller number. Find the two numbers.
If 13 is added to a number and the sum is multiplied by 3, the result is 7 times the number decreased by 9. Find the number.
If 20 is added to three times a number it will be the same as increasing -5 times the number by 4.
If the sum of a number and 4 is multiplied by 8 the result is the number increased by 11. Find the number.
If 6 is multiplied by a number and then decreased by 2, the result is 8 less than 4 times the number.
Kim has cleaning chemicals that she uses in the kitchen. What should be done with the chemicals to avoid accidents? Store chemicals:
What is a safe way to keep kitchen floors to prevent accidents?
A Chef's apron caught on fire when cooking. What is BEST for extinguishing the fire on the apron?
what can be used to put out a small pan fire?
What is the result of eating raw oysters that have been held at 41°F and contaminated with fecal matter?
Which is the BEST safe food sanitation procedure?
What is the result of cooking ground beef to 160oF for 15 seconds for home use?
Mary was excited when the meal was complete. Everyone in the group did his or her part as assigned on the work plan. This is an example of:
What food was contaminated to cause gastrointestinal discomfort for a person who has Salmonella?
Why is the danger zone for home use differenct than food service use?
substances that are the building blocks of all matter, made up of one kind of atom
smallest particle of a substance that still has the properties of that substance
one- or two- letter code that stands for an element
tells the kinds of atoms and how many of each kind are in a compound or molecule
an arrangement of elements in order of their atomic numbers
substance made up of two or more elements chemically combined
force of attraction that holds together the atoms in a compound
The smallest unit of an element that has all of the properties of that element
The process of correctly throwing away or getting rid of something
recovering items that would have been thrown away and finding another use for them
materials converted into new products
the wise use and protection of natural resources
The curved upper surface of a liquid column
Material Safety Data Sheet, a form with data regarding the properties of a particular substance
writing ideas into sentences and paragraphs
making changes yourself to improve writing
use of rich, colorful language that moves and enlightens the reader
finding information about a topic
writer coming through words
rhythm and flow of language
contribute many ideas about a topic
typed or handwritten last copy of work
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What is the function of the brain stem?
Which is NOT a function of the cerebrum?
Nearsightedness and farsightedness are caused by
What produces sound?
What structure passes sound vibrations to the cochlea?
Drugs that slow down the activity of the central nervous system are called
When drug addicts stop using a drug, they may experience withdrawal because
What kind of drug is alcohol?
BAC is a measurement of
If the semicircular canals are damaged, which sense will be affected?
Because of the way in which the lens of the eye bends light rays, the image produced by the lens is
Structures in the inner ear help control the sense of
What is a carnivore?
What is an herbivore?
What is a habitat?
What is an omnivore?
What is a predator?
What is a scavenger?
What is prey?
What are vertebrate?
What are canine teeth?
What is venom?
What is an exoskeleton?
What is an animals scent?
Instinct is?
What is extinct?
What is an animals range?
Memorial Day - it's a great holiday! Memorial Day was first celebrated for a more serious reason. Memorial Day, begun in 1868, was the day that Civil War soldiers were honored. Later, it became the day to remember all American soldiers who had died
What did Trina want to do for their science project? Dallas had no idea, but he nodded as she spoke, waving her arms wildly. He would pretend that her big words and her idea made sense. After all, he had no good ideas of his own.
My birthday party was the best ever! My mother planned a surprise party and secretly invited all of my friends. When they popped out and yelled, Surprise!! I screamed and jumped up and down. Later we played games and ate yummy cake.
Andy and his younger sister Paula sat in the backseat of their aunt's car. They had not spoken since being picked up at the airport by their aunt. The car turned off the highway and bumped along a dirt road lined with trees. At the end of the road, t
Kerry waited on the corner for the yellow bus to arrive. She was so nervous as this was her first day at the new school. She had not met any kids her own age in the neighborhood yet. As she boarded the bus, she silently hoped to find a smiling face.
The gardener chased the rabbits out of his cabbage field.
Sleeping in a tent is the best part of camping.
Pick the sentence that uses the meaning of the word that is given. Definition for live: burning or containing energy
Pick the sentence that uses the meaning of the word that is given.Definition for crick: twist the head into a strained position
Pick the sentence that uses the meaning of the word that is given. Definition for wind: fast-moving air
Pick the sentence that uses the meaning of the word that is given. Definition for stall: to cause the engine of a car or plane to stop
Pick the sentence that uses the meaning of the word that is given. Definition for heel: a dishonorable person
Pick the sentence that uses the meaning of the word that is given. Definition for page: an assistant
Pick the sentence that uses the meaning of the word that is given. Definition for wound: an open sore from an injury
The figurative language that uses two opposite terms together such as jumbo shrimp and living dead.
What type of figurative language makes references to famous people, places, books, etc.. like the Statute of Liberty
What is the central idea or message of a literary work called?
What is the problem or struggle that a character or characters have to face in a story?
What type of informational text tries to get a person to agree with the subject, issue, thought, or idea?
What type of informational text, nonfiction, that is used to explain, describe, or give information?
What is gregarious?
Hibernation is when?
Warm-blooded animals?
Nocturnal animals?
Cold-blooded animals?
Protective coloring that makes an animal hard to see?
What an animal looks like?
Adaptations are?
How long a baby stays inside the mother is?
Animals that carry their babies in pouches are?
A plant eating animal with large front teeth is a ?
Hammer and Sickle Question 1- The subtitle of the above passage is Traditional Symbols of Communism, Which of the following could also be used as the subtitle?
Hammer and Sickle Question 2-The above passage is an example of what type of text?
Hammer and Sickle Question 3- Judging from the text (Line 4) and the picture, what does SUPERIMPOSED mean?
Hammer and Sickle Question 4- The sentence, Fortunately, the Cold War never turned hot, (Lines 14-15) can be best described as which of the following?
Hammer and Sickle Question 5- According to the passage, why were the hammer and sickle chosen to represent Communism?
Hammer and Sickle Question 6- According to the passage, how long has the hammer and sickle been the Communist symbol?
Hammer and Sickle Question 7- What is the central idea of Lines 45-63?
My Carolina Quilt Question 1 - What is the main subject of the quilt?
My Carolina Quilt Question 2- What is in the middle of the quilt?
My Carolina Quilt Question 3- What is the speaker in this poem most likely doing?
My Carolina Quilt Question 4- Read these lines from the poem. Sewn with blue yarn and stamped with striped bass—Catawba, Combahee, Congaree; Savannah, Saluda, Santee. What figurative language is used in these lines?
My Carolina Quilt Question 4- Read these lines from the poem. Sewn with blue yarn and stamped with striped bass—Catawba, Combahee, Congaree; Savannah, Saluda, Santee. What figurative language is used in these lines?
My Carolina Quilt Question 6- What type of figurative language is a figure of speech that uses contradictory terms, which means words that don’t appear to go well together. like icy hot or pretty ugly.
My Carolina Quilt Question 7- What type of figurative language the naming of a thing or action by imitation of natural sounds, such as buzz and hiss?
The actual dictionary definition of a word
The term that means the feelings and ideas associated with a word.
Which phrase has a positive connotation?
Which word has a positive connotation?
which word has a negative connotation?
Choose the sentence that uses the negative connotation of the word in ALL CAPS.
Cell organelle that breaks down lipids and carbohydrates and releases energy
Structure, such as the heart, made up of different types of tissues that all work together
Small structure on which cells make their own proteins
Structure that contains heredity material surrounded by a protein coat and makes copies of itself only inside living organisms
Organelle that controls all the activities of a cell and contains hereditary material made of proteins and DNA
Structure in the cytoplasm of a eukaryotic cell that can act as a storage site, process energy, move materials, or manufacture substances
Group of similar cells that work together to do one job
Cells having an outer covering
Tough, rigid outer coverings that protect the cell and give it shape
Cells that are filled with a gelatin-like substance that constantly flows inside the cell membrane
Stacked, flattened membranes that sort proteins and other cellular substances and package them into membrane-bound structures
States that all organisms are made up of one or more cells
Green, chlorophyll-containing, plant cell organelle that converts sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water into sugar
A series of folded membranes in which materials can be processed and moved around inside of the cell
Living cell in which a virus can actively reproduce or in which a virus can hide until activated by environmental stimuli
Bas is a Greek root that means:
Which does NOT use the root bas correctly?
Astro is a Greek root that means:
Which word does NOT use the root ast correctly?
The Latin roots vid or vis mean:
Which word does NOT use the root vis or vid correctly?
The Latin prefix re means:
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someone else making changes to improve your work
internal structure of writing
mechanical correctness
most important point in a piece of writing
supporting ideas that help a writer flesh out an idea
reason a person is writing
subject of the work
graphs or charts to organize information
person or people reading work
read aloud and look for errors
¿Cómo te llamas?
¿Cómo estás?
¿De dónde eres?
¿Qué día es hoy?
¿Cuál es la fecha?
¿Cuándo es tu cumpleaños?
¿Cuántos años tienes?
¿Cuál es tu estación (season) favorita?
¿Cuál es tu nombre?
¿Cuál es tu mes (month) favorito?
I dusted
She swept
You vacuumed
I fed the dog.
I took out the trash.
They washed the dishes.
She washed the dirty clothes.
She cleaned the bath room.
I watered the plants.
They watered the garden.
A group of cells whose function is to carry signals to control movement are
Epithelial, connective, muscle, and nerve are types of
Our skin is what type of tissue
3 types of muscle tissues are
Which of these pairs are examples of connective tissues?
The cell wall
DNA is
Photosynthesis takes place in the:
Materials stored inside of a vacuole include
The function of the lysosome is to:
Plant cells have larger __________ than animal cells
Examples of a prokaryotic cells are:
Which is true about the cells in your body?
What is the correct order for the level of organization of the human body from smallest to largest
Chlorophyll can be found in organelles called
Which of the following descriptions is common to all eukaryotic cells
Messages are carried back and forth from the brain to the spinal cord and other parts of the body by
If you were to compare your school to a cell, the nuclues would most likely be the
The darker spot in the nuclues that act as storage is the
The ER
Mi madre ______________ a mi hermana a las siete de la mañana
Mi padre _____________ su carro los sábados.
Yo _____________ el pelo.
Tú ________________ el perro cada día.
Yo ________________ a mis amigos por teléfono.
Ella ___________ la cara con jabón.
Los alumnos ____________ unas picturas en la clase de arte.
Yo no _____________ a mi gato mucho.
Ella siempre ____________ el perfume.
Mi familia y yo _______________ la televisión.
The Swiss city-state of Geneva became a model of Protestant morality under the leadership of:
Anabaptists believed that infants should not be baptized because:
Humanist scholars differed from medieval thinkers in that humanists:
The age of great change marked by renewed interest in classical learning and the arts is called the:
The Last Supper and the Mona Lisa were great works of art created by
What changes did the Catholic Church make during the Catholic Reformation?
Renaissance artists developed this technique to make art more realistic:
One consequence of the Protestant Reformation was:
Abuses in the Roman Catholic Church led to:
Which of the following contributed to the birth of the Renaissance in Italy?
John Calvin believed that the world was divided into:
What is one belief Luther held that differed from Catholic Church practices?
Which of the following was NOT one of the effects of the invention of the printing press?
In the scientific method, a hypothesis is a:
Which of the following best explains why the Renaissance occurred in northern Europe later than it did in Italy?
Which was true of the Scientific Revolution?
What was one of Machiavelli's main teachings?
How did Leonardo da Vinci discover the workings of the body?
King Henry VIII wrote a letter to the pope in 1521 to express his dislike of Martin Luther's teachings. King Henry VIII:
John Calvin believed in predestination - what is it?
What kingdom has all Autotrophic and Eukaryotes?
How many cells do all Archeabacteria have?
How many cells do Eubacteria have?
How many cells do protista have?
How many cells do fungi have?
What domain are archeabacteria in?
What domain are Eubacteria in?
What domain are protista, fungi, plantae, and animalia in?
Define prokaryotic.
Define Eukaryotic.
How do archeabacteria get their food?
Are eubacteria autotroph or heterotroph?
Are protista autotroph or heterotroph?
Are fungi autotroph or heterotroph?
Are plantae autotroph or heterotroph?
Describe the movement of archeabacteria.
Describe the movement of eubacteria.
Describe the movement of protista.
Describe the movment of fungi.
What kingdom are extremophiles and halophites in?
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When two air masses of different densities and temperature meet, it's called__________.
__________ powers the water cycle.
What kind of climate does California have?
When does the most solar radiation reach the northern hemisphere?
When does the most solar radiation reach the southern hemisphere
You are sitting on the beach at night when you feel a breeze. What type of breeze is this most likely to be?
On a warm summer day, your skin feels sticky and sweaty. Which is probably true
The meteorologist announces that there is a westerly wind. What does this mean?
Which is true about climate along coastal areas?
What causes sea breezes and land breezes?
When you exhale on a cold morning, you see what looks like fog coming out with your breath. What term helps explain this?
Who holds the keys of the kingdom?
Who is in charge of serving the poor?
Who oversees the life of the communities, diocese, hold the faith, and discipline?
What is the process of teaching the faith in view of baptism?
How many reading are read from the Bible during Mass?
What is the Greek word for fish?
What is the study of our salvation?
What is the study of fish?
What length of time did the Middle ages spend in the Catechumenate?
How many parts of mass were already in place in the early Church?
How did Portugal improve sea travel?
What wsa the purpose of the English Bill of Rights?
What was the purpose of the Nuremburg Trials?
Mohandas Gandhi fought for what country's independence?
Which was a source of great profit in European colonies?
Which of the following was vital during the Industrial Revolution during the 18th and 19th centuries?
Who was a Communist leader during the Russian Revolution?
What is the result of instantaneous communication worldwide?
Although England was the nation that dominated the slave trade in the Americas, which country first trade for African slaves?
What was the cause of the Boxer Rebellion in China?
What happened as a result of the stock market crash of 1929?
Rousseau's ideas are connected to which period in history?
Why was the Warsaw Pact formed?
What was the most powerful trading company in Asia in the 1600s?
Why was the League of Nations created?
What system of government reduces abuses of power?
No need for gods grace to be saved
The father alone is God
The Cappadocian fathers fought
For us and our salvation goes against
The physical world is a creation of the Demurge
Consubstanial with the father
Which of the following means with the son
Which of the following is not a Cappadocian Father
According to the church the trinity is one
Who defended God as a Holy Trinity against Arianism
Who is the cornerstone of the church?
Who were the successors to the apostles?
All of the following are the four marks of church except
What day do Christians observe as the holiest day of the week?
All of these are the advantages of infant Baptism except?
All of the following are the three vows of Benedictines except?
The prophet of Islam was born during the __ century and died in _ AD
Two key consequences on Christianity Of the Muslin Invasions have been?
In 1683 the battle of _____ prevented Europe from becoming Muslim
Islam forbids any Muslim to ever accept these two key mysteries of the Christian faith
All of the following are flaws of the inquisition except
Which of the following is not a motivation of the Crusade?
The first crusade took place during the following years?
Trappist are to France as Carmelites are ___
Dominicans are to __ as Jesuits are to St. Ignatius of Loyola
Ora et Labora
All of the following are symbols used in the early church except
What is the first part of mass?
Who was the pope of the early church?
Whats the job of the pope?
lunes
martes
miércoles
jueves
viernes
sábado
domingo
Hace viento
Hace sol
Hace calor
Está lloviendo
gracias
cinco y cinco son
veintidos menos once es....
Complete the series: catorce, quince, _____
Complete the series: dieciocho, diecinueve, veinte, ____
Complete the series: veintinueve, treinta, ___
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A change or signal in the environment that can make an organism react is called a(n)
A motor neuron sends an impulse to
What part of a neuron carries nerve impulses away from the cell body?
The somatic nervous system controls
The thick column of nerve tissue that links the brain to most of the nerves in the peripheral nervous system is the
What part of the brain controls memory?
The somatic nervous system controls
An automatic response of the body that occurs very rapidly and without conscious control is called a(n)
Suppose that you close a window because you notice that rain is falling. Your action in closing the window is a(n)
A synapse is the space between
The brain and spinal cord make up the
A bruise like injury of the brain is called
Spinal cord injuries can result in
What is the function of the cerebellum?
What is the function of the spinal cord?
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What kingdom are strep, staph, and e-coli from?
What kingdom are amoeba, paramecium, water mold, slime mold, protozoans, eglena, kelp, and algea from?
Name an example of eubacteria.
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a ________ microscope has one lens.
One of the first people to observe cells was _________
What did Leeuwenhoek NOT use the microscope he built to look at?
What did luuewenhook call the little animals?
What happened in 1590?
1660?
1674?
1886?
1933?
1965?
1981?
placenta
medication
higher
reserves
breast milk
k
d
quart
why breast milk?
infant formula
cow's milk
low-fat milk
solid foods
juice
preschoolers
reward
school age
preschoolers diet
nutrient density
breakfast
Hors d’oeuvre-
single-food hors d\\\'oeuvre
Hors d’oeuvre varies
Finger foods
Prepare/serve Guidelines- hors doeuvres
CanapГ©s
Platform (base)
Cushion (topping or nourishing element)
Spreads
Liner
plausible
provoke
recur
reprimand
revoke
ridicule
shrewd
skeptical
stereotype
tactic
What is the control center of the cell?
What makes energy for the cell?
What does the cytoplasm do for the cell?
What happens on the mitochondria?
What comes out of cellular respiration?
What organelle digests cell waste?
What packs and ships materials for the cell?
What makes proteins for the cell?
What does the ER do for the cell?
What are the tiny parts in cells that do special jobs to help keep a cell alive?
What are the four ways the ethical in you appears?
What is the definition of ethics?
Who invented the idea of 'teleological ethics'?
Aristotle is best described as...
What is the way to happiness, according to Aristotle?
What does 'teleology' mean?
You want to become less shy. What is Aristotle's advice to you
Good actions, according to Aristotle, are called what?
What does Aristotle say we need to use to become virtous and therefore happy?
BONUS: Aristotle proposes a logical way of finding what is virtuous action. What is it called?
What type of programming language is Visual Basic?
Which window displays the application interface and allows objects to be added, deleted, and sized?
Which area of the IDE contains controls that are used to create objects on the interface?
Which area of the IDE is used to switch between the Design and Code windows?
Which is NOT a property of the Label control?
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