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The US agency in charge of investigating counterfeiting is the
A Document examiner would have a hard time matching handwriting
Document analysis involves the comparison of questioned documents with known material.
A questioned document is any signature, handwriting, typewriting, or other written mark whose source or authenticity is in dispute or uncertain.
A document expert is a specially trained person who scientifically analyzes printing in a document.
It is not necessary to compare handwriting on a questioned document to an exemplar.
Because handwriting is difficult to disguise for a long period of time, handwriting analysis is a good tool for forensics.
A persons handwriting has characteristics that make it indistinguishable from other samples
Line form includes the smoothness of letters and the darkness of the lines
Formatting includes the spacing between letters, word, and lines,
Most of the time forgery is done for profit.
Handwriting can be analyzed with a computer
Forgeries are documents:
Initial comparisons of documents can be done
When a material such as money is gained via forgery, it is called:
Checks can be faked in many ways, including:
Literary forgery refers to the forgery of a:
Documents are sometimes chemically treated to make them look:
Which are forces that change earth's surface?
Which is an example of a landform?
Which term describes the process that occurs when soil and small rocks are carried from one place to another?
A hill will get bigger if the wind leaves soil and rocks on the hill. Which of the following describes this process?
What are two processes that can cause big changes on Earth's surface over a SHORT period of time?
Imagine that you had a picture of a valley from one hundred years ago. If you traveled to that same valley, what would you expect to find?
Which layer of Earth is the thickest?
Which statement BEST describes Earth's core?
About how thick is Earth's crust?
What method does a geologist use to determine whether a fossil is older or younger than another fossil?
Who is on the penny?
Who is on the quarter?
Who is on the dime?
What coin is Sacajawea on?
Who is on the one dollar bill?
Who is on the five dollar bill?
Who is on the ten dollar bill?
Who is on the twenty dollar bill?
Who is on the fifty dollar bill?
Who is on the five thousand dollar bill?
The number of bones and their condition can tell an investigator about a person's:
Osteobiography literally translates as the story of life as told by:
Compared to a woman's skeleton, a man's skeleton is usually:
To distinguish between the male and female pelvis, the sub pubic angle is:
The scientific study of the origin, behavior, as well as the physical, social, and cultural development of humans is:
The main suture marks on a skull, marking where the bones are growing together, are:
DNA profiling usually uses nuclear DNA, which is found in the nucleus of white blood cells and other body tissues. Bone contains:
Bones exposed to the elements for long periods of time are often damaged by:
The strength of bone decreases as it ages or dries out. Living bone is actually quite flexible when compared to dry and brittle bones and therefore, they break in different ways. Living bones will usually shatter in a:
When the head of a long bone, like the thigh or upper arm has totally fused to its shaft, this is another indication of:
In the 17th century, before the stethoscope was invented, anyone in a coma or with a weak heartbeat was presumed dead, and buried.
Experts cannot agree on a single definition for death.
There are three ways a person can die, referred to in official terms as the manner of death, natural death, accidental death, and homicidal death
Natural death is caused by interruption and failure of body functions due to age or disease. This is the least common manner of death.
A homicide is the death of one person caused by a minimum of two of more persons.
In 1932, the F.B.I. announced the opening of its first crime lab. The Smithsonian Institute became a working partner, aiding in the identification of human remains.
Bones originate from living cells called osteoclasts.
During development of the fetus, bones begin as soft cartilage, the same flexible material that makes up the ears. Osteoblasts migrate to the centers of cartilage production and deposit materials, such as calcium phosphate, that harden to form bone.
Bones breathe and consume energy like any other living cells.
Osteoclasts, one type of bone cell, are specialized to create bone.
A fact is a statement or assertion of information that can be verified.
What we preceive about persons depends, in part, on their mannerisms and gestures.
Our emotional state influences our ability to see and hear what is happening around us.
The first task of forensic scientists is to find, examine, and evaluate evidence from a crime scene.
An evidence log and a chain of custody must be attached to the evidence container.
Evidence that (if true) proves an alleged fact is called direct evidence.
Detectives look for leads by interviewing witnesses and talking to the crime scene investigators about the evidence.
Plastic fingerprints are actual indetations left in some soft material such as clay, putty, or wax.
Latent fingerprints, or surface fingerprints , are caused by the transfer of skin onto the surface.
Contrary to what we see on television, fingerprint matching is not carried out by a computer in a matter of seconds.
What are natural resources that are replaced at the same rate at which they are used?
Which of the following describes a way to conserve a natural resource?
Which one is and example of a nonrenewable resource?
What is soil?
Which of the following describes a soil horizon?
Which of the following areas has the most nutrient-rich soil?
Which soil horizon provides nutrients for plant growth?
Which of the following is NOT a fossil fuel?
Which of the following does NOT help conserve resources?
Which of the following is a nonrenewable resource that formed from the remains of plants that have been buried under layers and layers of rock on Earth's surface?
Which of these is a process Earth undergoes all the time?
What causes weathering?
What is deposition?
Which of these is an example of erosion?
Which of these is not a landform?
How is a landslide like an avalanche?
What is a fault?
What is a landform?
What is a volcano?
What is a landslide?
What is another name for the grassland?
What is the name given to the areas which border the desert?
Which ruler unified Songhai?
Which ruler made a famous pilgrimage to Mecca?
What was an important effect of West African Trade ?
What is a pilgrimage?
What technological advance hlped the rise of West African trading nations?
Timbuktu was the capital of which kingdom?
Which group of people were responsible for the fall of Ghana?
What were two important trade goods in West Africa?
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If a cylinder has a density of 1.8 g/cm3 and is placed in water, which has a density of 1.0 g/cm3, will the cylinder float or sink?
If a rubber ducky has a density of 0.4 g/cm3, will it float or sink in water, which has a density of 1.0 g/cm3?
Convert the temperature, 10 C, to Kelvin.
Convert the temperature, -30 C to Kelvin
How many millimeters are in a meter?
How many liters are in a kiloliter?
Convert 1 centimeter to a meter.
Convert 4 meters to kilometer.
What is the SI unit of absolute temperature?
What is the SI unit of length?
What is the SI unit of mass?
What is the SI unit of pressure?
What is the SI unit of energy?
What is the SI unit of force?
What is the SI unit of volume?
What is the SI unit of time?
This is the amount of matter in an object or amount of inertia
The is the amount of space that matter takes up.
Which of the following is a principle of the kinetic theory of matter?
This is the maximum amount of permanent change a solid may be subjected to without breaking.
What is the force that push in on a material, trying to squeeze the atoms together?
This is shear force moving in a circle, also seen as twisting.
The ability of a solid to recover its original shape after being deformed is
The kind of deformation that is a combination of stretching and compression is
Which of the following is the molecular arrangement of atoms or molecules in a well-ordered pattern?
The scale used for classifying the hardness of minerals.
A change in shape for a solid is known as a
Which of the following equations represents Hooke’s Law?
Liquids have which of the following physical properties?
Water that sticks to the water is demonstrating attraction to other substances. This is an example of
Oil molecules stick to each other demonstrating
The tendency for liquids to form a film on the surface is called
Water is able to climb up narrow columns with the help of cohesion through the unique property of
A boat floating on water is demonstrating
Water passes through semipermeable membranes though the process of
Pressure is equal to
A submarine that is completely underwater, but is not sinking is said to be at
The scientist who discovered the principle of buoyancy is
A scientist who wanted to measure the atmospheric pressure would use
A scientist wanting to measure the altitude or how high up he or she is in the sky would use
Fluids tend to move from areas of _______ pressure to _______ pressure.
All of the following are examples of everyday uses of atmospheric pressure except
Which law states that if the temperature of a gas is constant, its volume and pressure are inversely proportional?
Which law states that if volume is constant, the pressure and temperature are directly proportional?
Which law states that if pressure is constant, the volume and temperature are directly proportional?
A marshmallow shrinks as you increase the pressure by pushing a syringe. This demonstrates which gas law?
The ability of a gas to be squeezed and compacted into containers is known as
The scientist who discovered air pressure
Bernoulli’s principle states that lateral or sideward pressure decreases as the fluid’s speed
During flight on an airplane wing, lower pressure is found
The small winglike stabilizers on the rear of an aircraft are
The ends of wings that tilt the plane from side to side (roll) are
The tail fin that adjusts the angle of the plant from left to right (yaw) are
The science of shaping objects to allow the smooth flow of fluids around them and reduce drag is called
The upward force on a plane
The downward force on a plane
The force on a plane that pushes it forward
The force on a plane that slows it down
The SI unit for energy is
Energy that is able to pass through objects is
Energy that involves moving particles is
Energy from the electromagnetic spectrum make up
X-rays are an example of
Internal kinetic energy due to random motions of individual molecules
The motion or forces that affect a whole object
Which of the following is not 1 of the main 4 factors that affect an object’s rotational energy?
Motion of an object that changing its position in space, such as a rock thrown at a car
The Earth spinning on its internal axis is demonstrating
The energy that depends on the position of the object, such as a ball resting on the edge of a table.
This principle states that energy lost by one object equals energy gained by another object.
Which of the following is the equation for kinetic energy?
PE = mgh is the equation for
The weakest fundamental force but has effect at great distances
The strongest fundamental force at small distance
This force acts on charges and can both attract and repel
The Earth’s attraction to the sun is an example of
This keeps the protons and neutrons together within the nucleus
This causes elastic potential energy
If no thermal energy is being transferred or you do not feel any heat
The amount of heat needed to change its temperature by a specific amount and is represented by C
The amount of heat needed to cause a unit rise in the temperature of a unit mass of the substance and is represented by c
The transfer of thermal energy from an object of higher temperature to lower temperature and is represented by Q
If a scientist wanted to measure the heat involved in a physical change, he or she would use
A cell phone loses heat to the atmosphere around it. This is an example of
Heat gained or lost by a system is equal to the heat lost or gained by the surroundings
The measure of disorder
Natural processes tend toward increased entropy and a loss of usable energy
In thermodynamics, the part of the universe that is being studied is known as the ____________ and everything else is called the _____________.
This device inside of a thermostat allows the instrument to respond to temperature changes
This instrument is used to regulate temperature
Sir Humphry Davy’s safety lamp uses a screen that transfers heat through
The transfer of heat through direct contact
The weather and atmospheric currents are driven by this heat transfer
The transfer of heat through moving fluids
The transfer of heat without the presence of matter
A greenhouse stays warm through
This device uses latent heat and mechanical energy to transfer thermal energy from a cooler location to a warmer one
This is the name of the vacuum bottle that contains double-walled containers to trap heat
Liquids that evaporate quickly
The amount of heat required to change from state to another state of matter without changing the temperature
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What are the parts of cells that perform the life functions of the cell?
Which is the large organelle that is the control center of the cell?
What are the two structures that provide PLANT cells with extra support?
What is a group of cells that work together to perform a particular job called?
Which of the following contains the most cells?
Which of the following is NOT a life function of a single-celled amoeba?
In which structure of a plant does MOST photosynthesis take place?
Which structure of the plant prevents soils from being washed away?
What is one difference between vascular and nonvascular plants?
Which part of the plant carries water from the roots to the leaves?
The ___ is a waxy layer that coats the surface of stems and leaves.
During the plants life cycle, eggs and sperm cells are produced by the ___.
Seedless vacular plants include ferns, horsetails, and ___.
___ is the green pigment in plants that absorbs light energy from the sun.
___ is the process by which plants use light energy from the sun to make food molecules.
Which statement does NOT correctly describe plants?
Nonvascular plants move needed materials from one part of the plant to another by ___.
Which of the following statements does NOT apply to both green algae and plants?
Which group of plants used to be called scouring rushes by the pioneers who used them to scrub pots and pans?
Mosses and liverworts are ___
Most erosion in a narrow V-shaped valley
The slope of a stream is called its
Where is the water table located?
What is the maximum load a stream can carry called?
What process puts water vapor into the atmosphere?
Where is most of the Earth\'s water located?
Stalactites and stalagmites form when a cavern
Which of the following rocks would form the best aquifer?
A stream that flows into another larger stream is called a
What is a stream\'s suspended load?
Which quantities must be conserved in a balanced chemical reaction?
What is the specific heat capacity of an object that has a mass of 400 g, and is raised 27 degrees Celsius by 4500 Joules of energy?
How much energy is required to melt 92g of a substance whose heat of fusion is 0.84 J/g?
To find the heat of reaction, what information is required?
What is the heat of reaction for the following reaction? 2C2H6(g) + O2(g) --> 4CO2(g) + 6H2O(g)
What is the standard heat of formation for any element in its elemental form?
In the case of dissolution, which of the following is considered the environment?
How many joules are in 745.3 calories?
How much energy, in calories, are required to convert 84 g of ice to water at standard conditions?
Heat generally flows in which direction?
Which of the following is NOT needed for photosynthesis?
Where does photosynthesis take place in vascular plants?
What are the products of photosynthesis?
Which organelle contains the cell\'s genetic information and directs most of the cell\'s actions?
Which kind of cells contain specialized organelles that contain chlorophyll?
Which kind of organism moves using hair-like structures?
Which plant structure contains tissues that move water and nutrients between the root and the leaves?
Where does the energy for photosynthesis come from?
What is the chemical process that plants use to make their own food?
Because they make their own food, plants are known as
A large hawk eats a mouse. Which term BEST describes the hawk?
What does a food chain show?
A parasite is an organism that gets energy by
Which one is a diagram theat shows th variety of paths in which energy flows through an ecosystem?
Which of these is a resource that may cause competition among the plants and animals that live in an ecosystem?
Which of the following is NOT a way that plants change their environment?
Which of the following will disturb the largest amountof rock and soil?
Which of these is MOST LIKELY to happen first in secondary succession after a volcanic eruption?
Small plants and shrubs have begun to grow on a stone cliff. This is an example of which of the following?
Which of these natural disasters cna actually help maintain the health of an ecosystem?
Which of the following is an example of a solution?
Which of the following is the solute in a solution of salt water?
Which is the difference between a mixture that is a solution and a mixture that is not a solution?
What is the scientific difference between solutions with different concentrations?
Which of the following is a chemical change?
Which of the following is a physical change?
What are the reactants in a reaction between baking soda and vinegar which produces carbon dioxide, water and salt?
Which of the following are the products in the chemical reaction between Alka-Seltzer and water which then makes carbon dioxide, water, and salt?
Our world needs to build cleaner factories because...
One place where mixtures are COMMONLY seperated would be at a...
Temperate soil is
An old river has
Rich farming areas develop in
Erosion is
A watershed is
What is the amount of open space between individual rock particles?
Nonpoint source pollution comes from many sources. What is an example of this?
What is a measure of the change of elevation in a river?
Loam is soil that
The source of soil is
The main contributor to the early development of the theory of evolution by natural selection was
Which of the scientists below was NOT mentioned as a contributor to Darwin's developing theory
Which scientist below independently drew the same conclusions as Darwin.
The process by which a population becomes better suited to its environment is known as
Which of the following is NOT used as an evidence to support Darwin's theory of evolution?
Recognizing skeletal similarities between differing species is refered to as
A characteristic which is influenced by genes and passed from parents to offspring is called
Which scientist contributed to Darwin's theory by introducing the concept of species extinction
Which scientist contributed to Darwin's theory by introducing the concept that the earth is very old (think Law of Uniformitarianism)
What was the name of the ship that Darwin was on when he made the majority of his observation which eventually led to the development of his theory?
A _______________ is a group of individuals capable of interbreeding to produce fertile offspring.
Approximately how many species have been described?
The key to speciation is _____________________of populations.
______________ speciation occurs when geographic isolation creates a reproductive barrier
_______________ speciation occurs when a reproductive barrier is created by something other than geographic isolation
Which one below is NOT a reproductive isolating mechanism?
Best estimates from the fossil record indicate that greater than ____% of species that have exited are now extinct.
The reproductive isolating factor that occurs when an egg and sperm are incompatible is refered to as
The reproductive isolating factor that occurs when individuals of a species mate at different times is refered to as
A typical “lifetime” for a species is about ____million years.
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when productivity increases, prices _______________
what causes inflation?
which of the following will get you the highest rate of return according to our assignment in class?
based on THE MEN WHO BUILT AMERICA (the movie we watched in class), that time in history would be considered the most ____________ system in the history of America
what did the men who built america have in common?
which man revolutionized the railroad industry?
which man revolutionized the oil industry by creating standard oil?
which of the following men made a bridge across the mississippi river, then made his fortune in steel?
which of the following usually happens first in the economic history of a nation?
Which of the following is NOT one of the 3 investment principles we learned?
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When you eat foods with complex carbohydrates, then you are giving your body long-lasting energy. Which of the following is the best source of COMPLEX CARBOHYDRATES:
Fiber is a complex carbohydrate that is very good for us because it does all of the following, except:
Fiber ONLY comes from ___________ foods:
Excellent sources of FIBER are:
Half of your grains each day should be __________ gain because it gives you long-lasting energy and fiber:
This nutrient is known for giving quick energy because it often comes from sugary foods such as candy, pop, jelly, donuts, cookies, etc.
Which types of fat cause cholesterol to build up in the blood vessels, eventually leading to heart disease:
This type of fat is good for you in moderation because it will reduce your risk for heart disease:
All of the following are excellent sources of unsaturated (Good Fat), Except:
Fat has many purposes in the body. All of the following are reasons we need some healthy fats in our diet, except:
Cholesterol only comes from ___________ foods. Having high cholesterol can lead to heart disease later in life.
Trans fat is man-made fat that is added to processed foods. This makes it so the food can sit on a shelf for a long time. ____________ is another word that means TRANS FAT!!! (RUN FOR THE HILLS)
This nutrient is responsible for building and repairing your hair, skin, nails, muscles and organs:
All of the following are excellent sources of protein that you should eat all of the time, except:
Your body can only go _______ days without water (Think back to outdoor ed).
This nutrient is responsible for carrying nutrients to our cells and keeping our body temperature normal. It is the most important nutrient of them all!
Given the following options, the best beverages to rehydrate after a sport are:
Choisissons la phrase correcte au passé composé. (Nous découvrons la réponse.)
Choisissons la phrase correcte au passé composé. (Mon père ouvre la porte de la T-Bird.)
Choisissons la phrase correcte au passé composé. (Joseph m'offre sa tente.)
Choisissons la phrase correcte au passé composé. (Je souffre quand je dis des mensonges.)
Choisissons la phrase correcte au passé composé. (Je couvre mes affaires pour les protéger de la pluie.)
Complétez la phrase avec la conjugaison correcte du verbe au présent. (J'___________ ma mère au supermarché. (I accompany) )
Complétez la phrase avec la conjugaison correcte du verbe au présent. (Le repas coûte vingt dollars et nous avons seulement cinq dollars. Alors, nous ne pouvons pas___________. (to pay in cash) )
Complétez la phrase avec la conjugaison correcte du verbe au présent. (Dave Grohl___________ pour les Foo Fighters. (plays the drums) )
Complétez la phrase avec la conjugaison correcte du verbe au présent. (La voiture ___________ la route. (it follows))
Complétez la phrase avec la conjugaison correcte du verbe au présent. (Katie___________ avant de partir (she goes grocery shopping) )
Someone born in the New World
Spanish speaking people from Canary Islands
Descendants of Africans brought to North America
Spanish speaking people
First European settlers in Cajun Country
Came to Louisiana from American colonies
Measures a locations distance north or south of the equator
Makes goods or provides services
Buys goods or services to satisfy a need or want
What is Louisiana's dominant feature?
Roger poured water over a pile of sand. Some of the sand washed away. This process is similar to which of the following?
Which layer of Earth is divided into plates?
All of the following are examples of erosion EXCEPT:
Hot, molten rock deep below Earth’s surface is called
An earthquake is related to a crack in the crust called a(n)
During a severe drought, which will likely cause the most erosion of a farmland?
Which soil horizon usually contains humus?
Which of the following might mix a soil creating good-quality soil?
What state of matter is the inner core of Earth?
In which layer of the Earth are there convection currents?
What is the area of a 3 x 3 inch rectangle?
What is the area of a 4 x 4 foot rectangle?
What would be the perimeter of a square that has 2 inch sides?
What is the perimeter of a 2 x 1 centimeter rectangle?
What multiplication sentence could be used to find the area of a 3 x 2 inch rectangle?
The rug is 5 feet long and 4 feet wide. What is its area?
What is perimeter?
What is area?
Is the perimeter and area equal of a 2 x 2 rectangle?
What is an example of a rectangle that would have an area of 20 square inches?
If you had a 60g block that had a volume of 10cm3, what would be the density of the object?
If you had a liquid with a mass of 8 g and a volume of 2 ml, what would the density of the object?
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The broadest level of classification is the
When naming a species the __________ and __________ are used
What language is used when naming species?
For Felis domesticus (house cat), Felis is its
_____________ is the method of classification based on establishing phylogenies (i.e. getting at evolutionary relationships).
The greater the number of __________________shared by a pair of organisms, the closer their degree of relationship.
Homo sapiens belong to what kingdom?
A key used for identifying species is called a
The level of organization after the Order is the __________.
The level of organization after the Phylum is the __________.
All the parts of a design are related by one idea.
The relationship of objects or parts of objects to one another and to the design as a whole.
Example of this principle would be making sure the number of furnishings in a room is appropriate to the room size.
Shows what’s important; causes one object or area to stand out and become a focal point.
Using certain colors, lines, forms and textures in a regular pattern.
Achieved by combining different styles and materials; adds interest to design and prevents monotony.
The relationship of an object or a space to human beings and to other objects or spaces in the design
When the amount, size or weight of objects on both sides of the center point is equal or appears to be equal.
This principle is created by using repetition, radiation and gradation.
This principle can be further defined in to two groups, symmetrical and asymmetrical.
The reason why the air feels sticky and wet on a hot day is
What gas is found in the atmosphere in the highest quantity
In the Northern Hemisphere which wind system affects our weather the most
When humidity levels get greater than the air can hold what happens
What process is responsible for warm air cooling and condensing
Winds move in which direction
Wind is caused by
Differences in air pressure are caused by
High pressure brings what kind of weather
Low pressure brings what kind of weather
Example of a good proportion ratio is
A set of canisters arranged from large to small is an example of which principle?
Placing a small lamp on a large side table is an example of not following which principle?
One common mistake is to use different decorating styles in each room of a small home.
A repeating pattern such as in wall paper or a design in floor tile is and example or which principle?
Chairs arranged around a circular table are an excellent example of which type of rhythm?
The golden rectangle is a rectangle that has sides in a ratio of:
The key to creating good designs is planning, not just the ability to define and use the principles of design.
Using two small objects to balance one large object is what type of balance?
Putting a small chair in a child’s room is an example of which principle?
Liquids and solids are referred to as the condensed states of matter because they
Compared to the particles of a gas, the particles of a liquid
Compared to a liquid, a gas is more compressible because the particles
A characteristic that distinguishes solids from liquids is the solid's
If the phases of matter are arranged in order of increasing disorder, the arrangement would be
The state in which a substance exists at room temperature depends on the
The average kinetic energy of the particles in solids, liquids, and gases is most closely related to
What type of bonding results in only solid substances at room temperature?
The state of a molecular substance at room temperature depends on the strength of the bonds between the
Which of the following would indicate the strongest intermolecular forces in a liquid?
Compared to intramolecular forces, the strength of intermolecular forces is
The intermolecular force of attraction between induced dipoles is called a(n)
The strength of induced dipole attractions
Dipole-dipole forces would most likely be found in compounds made up of atoms of
In addition to hydrogen, what other atoms are most common in compounds that have hydrogen bonds?
How does hydrogen bonding affect the boiling point of water?
A liquid that has a high viscosity would likely have
Those liquids that have the greatest surface tension would likely have
Water has unique and unusual properties because of the
Which of the following is not a property of water?
The most important difference between solids and liquids is the
The smallest representative, repeating portion of a crystal is the
Solids that contain water molecules embedded in their lattice structures are called
Amorphous solids, because of their disordered arrangement of particles and the associated properties, are often more appropriately labeled
Types of crystalline solids include all of the following except
What is the characteristic feature of a metallic crystal?
Which of the following types of crystalline solids would you expect to have the highest melting temperatures?
A change in the physical state of a substance always involves a change in
The molecules in a liquid at a particular temperature
A condition in which the rates of two opposing changes that are occurring simultaneously are equal is referred to as a(n)
What is an adaptation?
Which of the following adaptations is an example of camouflage?
A bird eats and earthworm. Which of the following BEST describes the earthworm?
A special characteristic that helps an organism survive in its environment is called what?
Habitat reduction is a way in which
Which of these is the demand for a resource by two or more organisms?
Which term describes the gradual change of an ecosystem?
Which of these adaptations protects and organism from its predators?
What is deforestation?
Which of these BEST describes what happens when there is an increase of nutrients in the soil?
The gently sloping submerged surface from the shoreline toward the shoreline toward the deep ocean is called
How much of the world\'s oil production currently comes from offshore regions
Seamounts are
What was the name of the ship that conducted the first marine research?
Mineral Rich water, heated by newly formed oceanic crust, escapes through cracks in the ocean floor called
What technology do scientists use to measure ocean depth?
Isolated volcanic peaks on the ocean floor are called
Biogenous sediment is made up of
Where does seafloor spreading occur
When seawater evaporates, the concentration of salts increases until which of the following occurs
What type of sediment forms from minerals that crystallize from seawater
Which ocean resource is currently NOT economically profitable to mine?
Approximately how much of the Earth's surface is covered by water?
Which part of the ocean is deepest
Calcerous ooze is an example of
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What type of democracy is the president both the chief executive and the head of state?
Where are most of Italy's largest cities located?
Where are most of Germany's major cities located?
Who is in charge of the day to day operations of the Canadian government?
The industrialization of what country and its surrounding countries is causing concerns because of acid rain in the Black Forest?
Why would a country use tariffs (taxes)?
The lithosphere can be best described as
Which statement best explains why these freshwater Mesosaurus fossils are found today in some rock layers in both South America and Africa?
Many of the stars seen in the night sky are much larger than our Sun, but appear much smaller. The Sun appears larger than larger stars because the Sun is -
Gravity is an invisible force that cannot be seen. Gravitational pull explains why -
The asteroid belt consists of a number of rocky bodies known as asteroids that orbit the Sun. The asteroids can be pulled out of the asteroid belt by the -
A man applies a force of 100 N to a 1st rock for 60 seconds, but the rock does not move. He applies the same force to a 2nd rock, which moves a distance of 2 meters. What conclusion can be drawn about the amount of work being done?
When an object is lifted directly from the ground rather than moved with an inclined plane, the following will be increased –
The border between two tectonic plates lies below the state of California. The interaction of these two plates results in which of the following?
Which process is not caused by the movement of Earth’s plates?
Oceanic trenches are long, narrow depressions on the ocean floor. An oceanic trench is formed when one plate
Which process is not caused by the movement of Earth’s plates?
has mr. williams ever been to new york?
the president of the united states lives in the white house.
the mississippi river is the longest river in the united states.
the british don't know much about the american indians.
he was a veteran of world war II.
both jane and fred like chinese food.
mary smith is a member of the republican party.
joe di maggio was a famous american baseball player.
terry, what time do you have english?
please call your mom at 4 P.M.
did you ever live in mississippi, joe?
how old will the twins, casey and lacey, be in september?
have you read the book stories about dogs?
he attended sunnyside elementary in lafayette.
i always go to watch the fall play.
my first vehicle was a chevy silverado.
many students attend ivy tech after graduating high school.
i have english class in the morning.
i really like the book where the red fern grows by wilson rawls
i like to listen to the radio in my car.
Which of the following is a correct way to report an example of the speed of an object?
Which of the following statements describes velocity?
A cart starting from rest travels a distance of 3.6 meters in 1.8 seconds. The average speed of the cart is-
Newton’s first law of motion, applied to a book sitting on a table, would explain that the book will not move until which of the following conditions is met?
. A certain element exists at room temperature as a dense solid with high luster. When tested, it conducts both heat and electricity well. This element is most likely classified as-
Which of the following groups of elements are all malleable, conduct electricity and are lustrous?
A certain element exists at room temperature as a brittle solid. When tested, it is a poor conductor of electricity. This element is most likely classified as-
Glucose is a sugar that humans need to survive. It forms as a result of plants undergoing photosynthesis. The chemical formula for glucose is C6H12O6. How many different elements are in glucose?
Which of the following lists all the elements that are present in a molecule of potassium carbonate, K2CO3?
In the chemical formula, what is used to indicate the number of atoms of each element?
Sodium chloride (NaCl) is considered a compound rather than an element. Why is this true?
Ginny finds a small block made from an unknown material. The block has a volume of 2 cm3 and a mass of 4.8 grams. Use density to determine the unknown material is –
The primary cause of continental drift, earthquakes, and volcanic eruptions is –
As two objects move farther apart in space, the gravitational pull between them –
Scientists have discovered that the rings around Saturn are made of particles of icy water. Which piece of equipment was most helpful in making this discovery?
Rocks found on Earth are classified as sedimentary, metamorphic, or igneous based on-
The solid outer portion of the Earth is called the –
Which statement shows an object is gaining potential energy?
Which of the following statements best describes the energy transformation that occurs when a log burns?
A stone resting on the edge of a cliff has no-
Which of these is not part of our Solar System?
Which of the following physical properties does not describe a metal?
Geneticists study heredity, which is
Punnett squares are useful to geneticists, since they can be used to
What is the phenotype for a pea plant with the genotype Tt ?
Meiosis results in haploid cells, or cells with _____ the DNA that regular body cells have.
Recessive alleles….
Translation results in the production of…
Gregor Mendel theorized that parents passed particles, or matter to offspring. We now call that matter
Protein synthesis includes these two processes:
Transcription results in the production of…
Errors in transcription or translation may result in _________, which are changes in genes. This can result in differences in protein production that could be harmful, helpful, or unnoticed.
The human arm contains the radius and ulna bones. Whales, bats, and dogs also have these bones. Which statement best explains this relationship between the organisms?
Which is an example of comparative anatomy that supports the theory of evolution?
Which is an example of the forelimbs of humans and bats having the same basic skeletal structure but derived from the same evolutionary origin?
Which best supports the idea of continental drift?
Imprints of the shells of ocean clams are often found in the rocks of the Appalachian Mountains. What do these imprints fossils most likely indicate?
Which best demonstrates analogous structures in animals?
James is examining two different fossil specimens. The fossils of both organisms show wings with similar bone structure. Which conclusion can James most likely make?
Which best describes a species of lizards that adapt to survive under new environmental conditions?
It is possible to hypothesize how a particular group of organisms evolved by arranging fossils in a chronological sequence. Where would the oldest fossils be found?
Bird wings and insect wings are analogous structures. which can most likely be concluded?
Which characteristic best indicates an evolutionary relationship between birds and reptiles?
Based on the fossil record, which organisms were most likely to have existed first?
How does genetic variation affect an organism's ability to adapt to its environment?
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How many motions does Earth have?
What are these motions
What is a planet?
What is the sun?
What is the largest member of our solar system?
What causes space weather
What is the solar system?
Why can we see other planets at night?
What do we call the dark patches on our moon?
What is an eclipse
What does ATP stand for?
Cells have only a small amount of ATP on hand at any given time. Why is this true?
Organisms, like plants, that make their own energy are referred to as _______________.
Organisms that obtain their energy from the foods the consume are referred to as ______.
A single molecule of ______ can store ______ energy than a single molecule of ATP.
When is energy released from an ATP molecule?
How can ADP can be transformed into ATP?
Plants obtain the energy needed to produce food from:
Energy from ATP is NOT necessary for
ATP is necessary for living things because it
What causes craters on moons and planets?
What causes the phases of the moon?
What are the two types of eclipses?
How does the moon affect the tides?
What are the 4 terrestrial planets?
What is the defining characteristic of the terrestrial planets?
How do we define distances in the solar system?
Why is venus so hot?
How does venus rotate
What is the name for all of the water, frozen and liquid, on Earth?
What protects Earth from UV radiation and space debris?
what does mars have at its poles?
What is the name of the volcano on Mars thats larger than Mt. Everest?
What color is Mars' surface and why
What is between Mars and Jupiter
What are the outer planets called?
Why can't we land a spaceship on one of the outer planets?
What is the name of the huge hurricane on Jupiter?
Why is Saturn still considered to be forming?
What do we call Uranus and Neptune?
What gives Uranus and Neptune its bluish color?
Pluto is always the furthest planet?
According to Aristotle's model, where was Earth positioned
Who said that the sun was the center of our solar system
What is the name of the sun-centered model
How did Ptolemy propose that the planets orbited?
Who said that the planets orbited in ellipses?
What was Newton's contribution?
How old is our solar system?
What did the sun form out of?
This amendment gave African Americans citizenship.
This amendment ended slavery forever.
This amendment gave African American men the right to vote.
She was known as the angel of the battle field.
What were 2 key victories for the Union?
General Sherman used total war in the March to the Sea. What is total war?
Who invented the telegraph?
This was a speech given by Abraham Lincoln to honor soldiers that died in battle.
Who assassinated Abraham Lincoln?
What did President Johnson do that angered Congress?
What is the best example of alliteration?
What is the best example of a hyperbole?
What is the best example of a hyperbole?
What is the best example of onomatopoeia?
What is the best example of onomatopoeia?
What is the best example of alliteration?
What is the best example of personification?
What is the best example of personification?
What is the best example of a similie?
What is the best example of a similie?
What is the name of our model that proposes how our solar system formed?
What is a nebula?
What is accretion?
How did accretion form the planets?
What are the four rocks in space?
What is the difference between a meteoroid and a meteorite?
Why do comets have long tails?
Where do comets orbit?
Most meteoroids are which type?
Describe how the moon formed.
They are like two peas in a pod.
Andy's brain is a computer.
The lonely train whistle cried out in the night.
Peter Piper Picked a Peck of Peppers
Crack, Boom, Bang!!
This class is like a three-ring circus.
The leaves danced in the breeze.
a comparison to two unlike things using like or as
a comparison of two unlike things without like or as
You are the sunshine of my life.
Two main cultural and language groups of Benelux between which tensions exist are
80% of France's energy comes from
The drained lands of the Netherlands which provide rich farming soil are called
The government of all three Benelux countries is
The government of France is
The people of France and the Benelux countries mostly live in areas that are
The Benelux countries are
The people of the Netherlands are called
One of the world's most famous art museums is in Paris, France, and is called
France is the world's second-largest exporter of
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reveals the final outcome of the story and ties up any loose ends
Resolution
narrative texts that spring from an author’s imagination. It includes many subgenres, such as mystery and romance.
These include novels, short stories, and novellas.
a brief work of fiction that can usually be read in one sitting. It often focuses on a single event or incident and develops only a few characters in depth
a type of literature in which words are chosen and arranged to create certain effects and to revoke emotional responses in readers.
These include ballads, sonnets, narrative poems, and lyric poems.
a writing about real people, events, and places.
These include essays, autobiographies, news articles, speeches, biographies, and feature articles
longer than a short story but shorter than a novel
Most take place over a short period of time and involve a limited number of characters.
an extended work of fiction.
They have a sweeping story that spans over long periods of time, involve intricate subplots, and develop in a wide range of characters
an extended work of fiction
They have a sweeping story that spans over long periods of time, involve intricate subplots, and develop in a wide range of characters
a spoken or written account of connected events; a story. The telling of a story.
These include TV shows, news media, and advertising
forms of communication that reach large numbers of people
literature in the form of prose, especially short stories and novels, that describes imaginary events and people
literature that is intended to be performed.
These include comedies, tragedies, and farces.
All of the following were causes of WWI EXCEPT
Woodrow Wilsons 14 points included all of the following EXCEPT:
The Black Hand was similar to todays
Challenges in the trenches included
Weapons of WWI included all EXCEPT
Which major country failed to join the League of Nations
The Triple Entente was made up of
Gavrilo Princip, a Serbian radical assassinated this man and helped to trigger the beginning of WWI
Schenck v. US had an impact on which Bill of Rights
He was the American Flying Ace in WWI
Germany violated the Neutrality of this country
What was the general mentality of the US at the outbreak of WWI?
Which of the following had the greatest effect in moving the US toward participation in the Great War:
It took Germany _______ days to defeat the above nation and thus hurt their ability to win quickly:
Which of the Following countries was not an original member of the Central Powers:
A lab activity required the use of two clear liquids, distilled water, and hydrochloric acid. Sally noticed that there were two unlabeled beakers filled with clear liquids at her lab station. What should Sally do next?
Mr. Mendoza is in the lab and washes half of the beakers with soap and half with plain water. Which is the independent variable? ( The variable we purposely change)
If 30g of liquid occupy a space of 5mL, what is the density of the liquid?
Which SI units are used for volume?
Joes's science teacher gave him 10 grams of an unknown solid and asked him the properties that would help him identify it. Joe found that the substance was malleable and readily conducted heat and electricity. This was a sample of........
If I gave you the tool of a graduated cylinder and told you the SI unit was the liter.........what would be the measurement you would be looking for?
What measurement, instrument, and unit would you use to measure the amount of matter in an object?
Which of the following data would be MOST suitable to show in a line graph?
The independent variable is MOST often found on which part of a graph?
A group of students is determining the density of a solid cube of plastic. The most appropriate set of tools for this activity would be a........
What is the smallest particle of an element?
Water can be represented by the chemical formula H^2O. What does the letter O represent in this formula?
When a car is on an icy roadway, it is difficult to control its motion. Which statement best explains this phenomenon?
A toy car rolls 8 meters in 2 seconds. What is the average speed of the toy car?
Ms. Domol is taking her baby for a walk in the stroller. The amount of force that Ms. Domol must use to make the stroller move MOST likely depends on the stroller's.....
Ms. Watts throws a basketball up in the air and through the hoop. Because the ball is acted on by the force of gravity, the ball will......
Which of the following examples represents the greatest amount of potential energy?
Vanessa had a beaker with a small amount of baking soda. She added a few drops of vinegar and observed fizzing and bubbling. Based on her observation, which of these can Vanessa determine about the new substance formed?
During a science class experiment, a teacher places a small amount of sugar in a spoon and heats it over a candle. Which of the following would be the BEST evidence that a change in chemical properties of the sugar has been taken?
I contain only one type of atom, I cannot be broken down, and I can exist as a single atom or in molecules. What am I?
What was the bloodiest one day of the Civil War?
What battle was considered the turning point of the Civil War?
Which battle, fought in Georgia, was a Confederate victory, but failed to follow up with the Union Retreat?
Which Union general led the infamous March to the Sea?
Who won the Battle of Atlanta?
Why did the Union want to gain access to the city of Atlanta?
Where did the March to the Sea go in Georgia?
What was the name of the infamous Civil War POW camp in Georgia?
Andersonville held _________________soldiers.
What was the name of Union strategy that attempted to keep imports and exports from going in and out of the Confederacy?
Who was the head general of the Confederate armies?
What was the name of the document written by Lincoln that freed the slaves in the South?
Two countries disagree on the boundary line between their countries. What type of border dispute is this?
Two countries are fighting over a piece of land. What type of border dispute is this?
Two countries are fighting over the use of the river that creates the border between their two countries. What type of border dispute is this?
Two countries are having a disagreement over what items may be brought into their country from travelers and immigrants and what documents they need to get in. What type of border dispute is this?
Is this a push or pull factor? low paying jobs
Is this a push or pull factor? limited government
Is this a push or pull factor? war
Is this a push or pull factor? more living space
Is this a push or pull factor? higher standard of living
Is this a push or pull factor? communist government
Is this a push or pull factor? freedom
Immigrate means...
Emigrate means...
Something that makes you want to leave the country you are from is a
Something that makes you want to move into a country is a
A majority of immigrants to the U.S. come from
Why do business owners in the U.S. hire illegal immigrants?
More people immigrate from Mexico to the U.S. rather than from Canada to the U.S. because
Population Density is
Mr. Weaber is
What relationship exists between the literacy rate and the standard of living in Europe?
Which statement best describes the economies of Germany and the UK?
What are lines of latitude?
Why is the country of Germany densely populated?
Which type of democracy is the president both the chief executive and the head of state?
Most of Italy's major cities are located in or near ______________________.
Most of Germany's cities are located near ____________________.
How does an oligarchy compare to a democracy?
Which of the following was an important cause of the Russian Revolution of 1917?
Because of Canada's abundance of timber, which product does Canada MOST LIKELY export?
Which type of religion is the most widely practiced in Europe?
What is a characteristic of a confederation?
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Bringing East and West Germany together under one government is called
Refusing to take sides in disagreements or wars between countries is called
An area in western Germany called the Ruhr is one of Europe's most important
Switzerland's four national languages are Romansch, German, Italian, and
A state in southern Germany where the Alps rise and popular with skiiers is
This high place in Switzerland where rivers flow in different directions is Europe's
The countries which are the Benelux countries are
The tiny country which is only 60 square miles and sandwiched between Austria and Switzerland is
Austria's mountains provide hydroelectric power and
Germany's capital is
What are the reactants in the overall equation for photosynthesis?
What are the products in the overall equation for photosynthesis?
Where in the chloroplast does the Calvin Cycle take place?
The light-dependent reaction takes place in the _____ of the chloroplast.
Van Helmont believed that the mass of a plant comes from water, but it actually comes from ____.
The experiment done by Priestley was important because it showed that plants give off a product. Further experiments have shown that this product is ______.
Ingenhousz showed that the results of the experiment of Priestley only occurred when the plant was exposed to_______.
Chlorophyll reflects _______ wavelengths of light.
The wavelengths that Chlorophyll absorbs best are from these two areas of the visible light spectrum.
ATP and NADPH are products of the _______ and reactants of the _________.
Water is used by, and oxygen is released as waste by this process of photosynthesis.
Carbon Dioxide is a reactant in this process of photosynthesis.
The products of the Calvin Cycle are NADP+, ______ and ______.
Which of the following is NOT a factor that affects photosynthesis?
NADP+ is a(n) _____ used in photosynthesis.
NADP+ becomes NADPH by picking up _____ and ________.
_______ uses energy from the diffusion of hydrogen ions to combine a phosphate group and an ADP molecule.
The majority of photosynthesis occurs in this layer of a leaf.
Photosynthesis is important to living things because it provides____
Which of the following is NOT an example of a heterotroph?
A comparision where one thing is described in terms of something else?
A comparison where something non-human is descrbied in human terms?
A comparison where consecutive words begin with the same letter and the same sound
A comparison where a word makes the sound of the thing it describes
A comparison where one thing is descrbed as something else, using "like" or "as"?
A willful exaggeration
A thing that stands for something else? ex. American Flag
A repetition of simiilar vowle sounds in word groups?
A repetition of inner or end consonant sound?
A play on words: a word used to express two meanings at the same time.
Urges you to do somthing because everyone else is...
Uses the testimony of a famous person to get you to do something
Uses positive images so that you will transfer your postive feelings about one thing to another...
Uses a derogatory term to criticize a person or product....
Gives a statement based on little or no evidence...
Uses words that appeal to the emotions rather than common sense.....
Highlights a minor detail to draw attention away from the important information....
"love" and "peace" or "cheat" and "war". Others are "luxury", "beautiful", "paradise", and "economical" are an example of what techniqus
Makes you feel that you will be one of the elite if you do something
Uses a folksy approach to convince us to support someone or something
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Writing organized into sentences and paragraphs that is not poetry...
A composition in verse or prose intended to portray life or character or to tell a story and dialogue designed for theatrical performance
Writing that formulates a concentrated imaginative awareness of experience in language chosen and arranged to create a specific emotional response through meaning, sound, and rhythm
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Novels and short stories are examples of
Act 1; Scene 1
Rhythm, Rhyme and Repetition
Spiders secrete a silky film to produce their webs.
MacBeth: Where is Lenox? Lenox: I am here master
Spring brins singing birds, Flowers and trees are in bloom, Nature is alive.
Which of the following types of white blood cells is thought to play a role in the prevention of clotting?
In which two organs are old or damaged RBCs destroyed?
A person with only antibody B in his or her plasma would be which blood type?
The stem cells that make up RBCs are called hematopoitec cells.
Which of the following cell types are classified as agranulocytes?
In the formation of a clot, the insoluble network of fine threads in which the cellular elements of blood are trapped is called:
A patient who is troubled by intravascular coagulation (blood clots) might be treated with:
Which of the following Rh factor combinations could cause agglutination of an infants red blood cells?
Which of the following is not a leukocyte?
Type AB blood is considered the universal recipient because:
What is the salinity of sewater
Ocean Salinity is usually expressed in
What is the most abundant salt in the ocean
What is the principal source of dissolved substances in the oceans
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What is the second major source of elements in sea water?
The highest salinity would be found in which of the following areas
The ocean layer or rapid temperature change with depth is know as the
What is density
In addition to salinity, what factor affects the density of seawater>
Which of the following properties most determines water's vertical position in the ocean?
Organisms that drift with cean currents are called
What term describes organisms that live on or in the ocean floor
Nekton include all animals that
What is true about the deepest part of the ocean floor
The open ocean of any depth is the
What factors influence a region's photosynthetic productivity?
Which term best describes energy transfer between trophic levels
A food chain is the passage of energy
Where would a primary producer be located in a food chain?
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Which two land features gave Mesopotamia its name?
Who served as the link between the Sumerians and the gods?
Which of the following BEST describes Cuneiform?
What technology did the Hittites and Assyrians use in battle?
King of Sumer
Sumerian cities were dominated by?
Mesopotamian farmers built canals to irrigate their fields.
Babylon was located near present day Baghdad, Iraq.
Located in cities
A large arc of farmland
A way of supplying water to an area of land.
Loacted in the countryside
The worship of many gods
A division of society by rank or class
Picture symbols used for written communication
Long poems that tell the story of a hero
A ruler of a kingdom or empire
A set of letters that can be combined to form words
A wheeled, horse-drawn battle cart
THe first writing system which used wedge-shaped wymbols
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Which of the following situations best describes the use of a renewable resource?
In which country is the population likely to be increasing most rapidly?
Using scientific information from chemistry and biology to devise a plan to clean up a lake and make it healthy again describes
Which country is most likely to have either a stabilized or a a slow growing population?
A sustainable world would be characterized by the
An ecological footprint is the
Compared to developing nations, developed nations have
Hardin's Tragedy of the Commons essay addresses the conflicts associated with what environmental challenge?
Which of the following describes the decrease of a renewable resource?
Which abiotic factor would have the greatest effect on photosynthesis?
A group of the same species living in the same place a the same time is a
Which of the following is not an ecosystem?
A reduction in which of these would have the LARGEST effect on a community.
The community of a pond is made up of all the
A symbiotic relationship where both species benefit is called
Which of these is in the correct order from most complex to simplest?
Which of the following is not a biotic factor in an ecosystem?
Which of the following describes soil and temperature in an ecosystem?
The name tree huggers comes from the efforts of villagers in India who refused to allow loggers to destroy their forest for commercial gain. This is known as
Selective breeding of organisms by humans for specific characteristics.
Speed is defined as:
What is the formula for finding speed, distance, or time?
How fast is a train moving if it goes 350 miles in 100 hours?
How far did a baseball travel if it was thrown at 100meters per hour and took 0.5 seconds to reach it's destination?
What does a motion graph show?
The x-axis is which axis?
The y-axis is which axis?
The x-axis represents what on a motion graph?
The y-axis represents what on a motion graph?
What happens to the speed as the steepness of the slope increases?
What happens to the speed as the steepness of the slope decreases?
What does a horizontal line mean on a graph?
If a line is moving away from the y-axis 0, what does it mean about the object's motion?
If a line is moving towards the y-axis 0, what does it mean about the object's motion?
If a line is straight, what does that mean?
a series of scenes that traces a conflict
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