HTML Site Map

Homepage Last updated: 2016, August 13
Total pages: 368797

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 [275] 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369
368432 pages
Early one spring, a group of bird-watchers counted 30 different species of birds in a tract of forest. In the early spring two years later, the bird-watchers counted 15 species in the same area. Which statement best summarizes this situation?
Which types of organisms recycle the organic molecules of dead organisms at all trophic levels and return their nutrients to the environment?
Which statement best describes the term biodiversity?
Which statement best summarizes the water cycle?
Which trophic level contains the organisms that are the source of all chemical energy used in an ecosystem?
Which statement best describes how organisms use nitrogen?
What is the largest reservoir of nitrogen?
All penguins living together in one area are called a __________.
During the summer in the Arctic, mosquitoes breed exponentially. When winter comes, the population decreases dramatically due to a limiting factor. What is most likely the limiting factor in this situation?
Which phrase best describes a community?
What is an abiotic factor in a tropical rain forest?
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
What type of ion forms when an atom loses electrons?
Scientists show the composition of compounds by a kind of shorthand known as a chemical formula.
If an atom contains 11 protons and 12 neutrons, its atomic number is ____.
If an atom contains 3 protons, 4 neutrons, and 3 electrons, its mass number is ____.
A covalent bond is formed as the result of ____.
Of the three subatomic particles, _____ are most involved in forming chemical bonds.
Which of the following is a substance formed by the chemical joining of two or more elements in definite amounts?
In a water molecule, shared electrons spend more time around the oxygen atom than the hydrogen atoms. As a result, the oxygen atom is
When sugar is dissolved in water, water is the ____.
While preparing a cell culture, a scientist places a colony of bacteria into distilled water and stirs it. This mixture of water and living cells would best be called ____.
Adhesion is responsible for the attraction between water molecules and the glass sides of a graduated cylinder.
A water molecule is polar because there is an uneven distribution of ___ between the oxygen and the hydrogen atoms.
A compound that produces hydrogen ions in a solution is a(n) ____.
____ are weak acids or bases that can react with stronger acids or bases to prevent a spike in pH.
Which of the following values would be considered the most acidic according to the pH scale?
Which of the following values would be considered the most basic according to the pH scale?
_____ is the property of water that allows it to form water droplets on a smooth surface.
Which of the following is NOT a function of proteins?
Why is carbon so special compared to other elements?
Amino acid is to protein as ___.
____ join together to form polymers.
____ is the process that involves the joining of monomers together.
The main purpose of carbohydrates is to ____.
The main purpose of lipids is to ____.
The main purpose of nucleic acids is to ____.
The main purpose of proteins is to _____.
____ are made up of C, H and O, and generally have a ratio of 1:2:1
Identify the reactant(s) shown here: CO2 + H2O → H2CO3.
The energy needed to get a reaction started is the ___.
Which of the following statements is true about catalysts?
The elements or compounds that go into a chemical reaction are ____.
Which of the following statements about enzymes is NOT true?
Which of the following is LEAST likely to affect the rate of enzyme activity?
Chemical reactions cannot occur without a catalyst.
Chemical reactions that absorb energy MUST have a source of energy to occur
Catalase (found in liver cells) is an enzyme that breaks down H2O2
The elements or compounds that are created as a result of a chemical reaction are called ____
New Jersey is located to the east of _____.
New Jersey is located to the north of _____.
New Jersey is located to the south of _____
The largest city in New Jersey is _____.
The state capital of New Jersey is _____.
The word _____ means like, in, or of a city.
A _____ is one of the seven largest land areas on Earth.
The ____ shows where a place is in relation to other places.
The word _____ means like, in, or of the courntryside.
New Jersey is bordered to the east by the _____.
The _____ is New Jersey's largest region.
A large city near New Jersey is _____, Pennsylvania.
The body of water to the south of New Jersey is the _____.
New Jersey is in the _____ Region of the United States.
A _____ is an area with features that set it apart from other areas.
There are _____ states that make up the Northeast Region of the United States.
One of New Jersey's natural regions is _____.
One of New Jersey's natural regions is _____.
One of New Jersey's natural regions is _____
If you went swimming in Belmar or Point Pleasant, you would be swimming in the _____.
What is La Rentrée?
Bonjour! Comment t'appelles-tu?
Comment il s'appelle?
Comment elle s'appelle?
Je m'appelle Christine. Et toi?
Who is Astérix le Gaulois?
Which is the accent aigue?
Which is the accent grave?
Which is the accent circonflex?
Which is the accent cédille?
Which is the accent tréma?
the (m)
the (f)
the (before vowel or h)
a (m)
a (f)
Comment s'appelle ton ami?
Comment s'appelle ta mère?
The Statue of Liberty was a gift from France to commemorate what?
Where is the provence of Québec located?
Plasmodium is a protozoan that carries malaria. Which organism is known to carry this protozoan?
Why can a person catch a cold many times?
Which best describes the size of a virus compared to the size of bacteria?
Which epidemic could best be treated by antibiotics?
Why is the prevention of epidemics usually easier than the prevention of a pandemic?
Which best describes how an outbreak of cholera begins?
If a monkey is a vector for an infectious disease, which best describes how it transmits into the human population and becomes an epidemic?
Which is the best requirement for viruses to reproduce?
Which has had the greatest impact on preventing epidemics in the twenty-first century?
Which best explains why a contagious disease is likely to become an epidemic?
Why is antimicrobial resistance a serious public health issue?
What is most unique about E. coli?
I walked the dog each day this week, _______ for Monday.
I was ____________ by all the directions that were given at the same time.
The _________ athlete flew over the hurdles to win the race!
The wildlife lived in peaceful splendor at the ________.
I will _________ my dreams of going to a great college some day!
It is fun to _________ people with the fabulous tricks I can do!
My bedroom is so ___________ I can fit a desk, king size bed, and 2 dressers in it.
The crowd was so ____________ I could barely hear the music being played by the band!
The Victorian house was beautifully decorated with ___________ structures throughout.
My mom came to a ______________ stop when driving to the store because of a ball that rolled in the road in front of us.
Which process REQUIRES energy?
Answers by Educators Question Database
What stage of the water cycle results in clouds?
What type of clouds would you expect to see from altostratus clouds?
Which two types of clouds can result in rain?
What forms at the boundary between air masses?
What type of front produces long periods of precipitation and warm temperatures?
When neither the warm or cold mass moves and produces long periods of preciptation, it is a
What is a high pressure system?
What is a low pressure system?
What is a low pressure system that forms over warm ocean water?
A process called this makes it possible for people to use seawater for drinking.
The wind drives the ocean's what?
Homes heated by hot springs are an examlpe of the use of what?
Ninety-five to ninety-nine percent of the Sun's what are screened out by the ozone layer?
When hot molten rock from inside Earth rises to the surface and cools to a solid, what are formed?
Oxygen is an example of what?
Tube worms live in a unique environment called what?
Fresh water in constantly renewed through the what?
Chlorine is added to water in a the what?
Water, wind, the tides, and the Sun are examples of what?
Living things need oxygen in the air for what?
Seaweed, oil, coal, and natural gas are examples of important what that oceans provide?
What is a tool for measuring wind direction?
What is a tool used to measure air pressure?
What is used to help predict weather patterns?
Which of the following information is not included on a station model?
Which of the following statements is not true?
What is the convection region from the equator to 30 degrees?
Why do climate zones occur on Earth?
Climate is not related to which of the following factors?
What two global winds blow east to west?
Which of the following wind and convection groups are incorrect?
The vertebrate group is arranged into how many phyla?
Which of these is not an invertebrate?
Which of the following is not a characteristic of a vertebrate?
Which of the following is not an animal defense?
Which of the following is not an endothermic animal?
What is one characteristic of an ectothermic animal?
What is not a way to get rid of heat for animals?
What is the movement of animals from one place to another?
What is an example of conditioning?
What is not a characteristic of living things?
How many phyla are in the Animal Kingdom?
Which is an inherited behavior?
This material allows energy to flow easily through it
This matterial does not allow energy to flow easily through it
This force is caused by two rubbing objects and can produce thermal energy
This force causes things to fall to the center of the earth
This force works only with certain types of metals such as iron or steel
This is an alternative energy created from burning dead organisms
This is an alternative energy created from using the heat under the earth
this is something that occurs day to day and is always changing
When two things combine so close together that we cannot tell the difference between the two we have just created a..
This is energy that is nonrenewable and takes millions of years to form.
The breaking down of rocks to create sediments
The moving around of sediments from one area to another
The dropping or laying down of sediments
This is a type of organism that creates its own food
This is a type of organism that must eat other things in order to receive energy
This is something you get from your parents, something that is not taught or learned
The bouncing of light is also know as
The bending of light is also known as
This causes day and night and the sun to appear like its moving across the sky
This causes years and seasons
In a heliocentric system, Earth revolves around
The fact the each planet's orbit is an ellipse was discovered by
Small asteroid-like bodies that became the building blocks for the planets
What layer are you looking at when you look at an image of the sun?
The solar wind is a stream of electrically charged particles that extend outward from the sun’s ________.
What do the four outer planets have in common?
What do all of the inner planets have in common?
Most ancient astronomers thought that all celestial objects revolved around
The _________________________ consists of the sun, eight planets and their moons, and several kinds of smaller objects.
Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is a(n) _________________________ larger than Earth.
A meteoroid that hits Earth’s surface is called a(n) ____________________.
Which set of planets are in the correct order?
The region of the solar system between Mars and Jupiter is the
_________ are loose collections of ice, dust, and small rocky particles.
One _______ _______ equals the average distance between Earth and the sun, about 150,000,000 kilometers.
What is the capital of Washington?
What is the capital of Utah?
What is the capital of Wyoming?
What is the capital of Alaska?
What is the capital of Idaho?
What is the abbreviation of Idaho?
What is the abbreviation of Nevada?
What is the abbreviation of Washington?
What is the abbreviation of Wyoming?
What is the abbreviation of Montana?
The study of biology inheritance patterns and variation in organisms is called?
The specific location of a gene: the genes address on the chromosome is called?
Line/ Population of organisms that is genetically the same. Example (BB or bb)
Gregor Mendel was?
Is used when studying only one trait.
______ is the first two individuals that are crossed in a breeding experiment.
The passing of characters from parents to offspring is called?
What are Alelles?
(Bb) is an example of a _______________ Genotype.
I have blonde haird. Bescribing my hair as blonde is an example of a _________________.
Who was the Spanish Conquistador that conquered the Inca?
Who was the Spanish Conquistador that conquered the Aztec?
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
During passive transport, particles move along the concentration gradient. This means that they travel from a _____ concentration to a _____ concentration.
Which term refers to substances moving across a membrane without the use of energy?
Facilitated diffusion is a type of ____ transport and requires the use of carrier _______.
What is the movement of WATER across a selectively permeable membrane from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration?
Which of the following does NOT describe active transport?
When placed in a HYPOTONIC solution, a cell will
When placed in a HYPERTONIC solution, a cell will
When placed in an ISOTONIC solution, a cell will
When placed in a HYPOTONIC solution, how does the water move?
A hypotonic solution has _____ solute outside of the cell than inside.
Generally speaking, what is the structure of the cell membrane?
What is meant by CELL TRANSPORT?
Which organelle is responsible for maintaining homeostasis?
Perfume molecules spreading throughout the room is an example of what type of transport?
Which method of transport is utilized in the movement of materials INTO or OUT of the cell?
What is the basic unit, or building blocks, of life?
Which cell type HAS a nucleus and other membrane bound organelles?
Which type of cell contains genetic material (DNA)?
What is the only type of prokaryotic organism?
Plants and animals would be examples of ______________ organisms.
Which cell structure makes up the outer layer of bacteria, fungi and plant cells?
Which organelles are found in plant cells but NOT in animal cells?
Using the diagram on your desk, what is the function of ORGANELLE #1?
Using the diagram on your desk, what is the function of the ribosome, ORGANELLE #2?
Using the diagram on your desk, which organelle is pointing to the mitochondria?
Using the diagram on your desk, which organelle control all cell processes?
Using the diagram on your desk, which organelle is responsible for packaging and transporting materials within the cell?
Which of the following does NOT correctly identify a distinct difference between plant and animal cells.
The cell membrane wraps around and takes in food particles that are too large. This requires energy. Which method of cell transport is this?
Water leaves the plant cell when it is placed in a salt solution. Which method of cell transport is this?
Food coloring molecules move and spread out when dropped into water. Which method of cell transport is this?
Large waste particles are released by the cell into the highly concentrated environment. Which method of cell transport is this?
Which of the following is NOT a type of passive transport?
During passive transport, particles move along the concentration gradient. This means that they travel from a _____________ concentration to a _______________ concentration.
Active transport is the movement of molecules from low to high concentration, or ___________ the concentration gradient.
Which of the following best describes the overall purpose of photosynthesis?
Which of the following best describes the overall purpose of cellular respiration?
Photosynthesis takes place in which eukaryotic organelle?
Cellular respiration takes place in which eukaryotic organelle?
Which organisms are capable of photosynthesis?
Which organisms are capable of photosynthesis?
Which organisms are capable of cellular respiration?
Which organisms are capable of cellular respiration?
In which part of the chloroplast does the light dependent reaction take place?
In which part of the chloroplast does the light independent reaction take place?
What is another name for the Light Independent Reaction of photosynthesis?
In which part of the cell does glycolysis take place?
In which part of the mitochondria does the Krebs Cycle, or Citric Acid Cycle, take place?
In which part of the mitochondria does the electron transport chain take place?
How many ATP are produced TOTAL during the entire process of cellular respiration?
Which of the following best explains the connection between photosynthesis and cellular respiration?
What are the reactants of photosynthesis and therefore the products of cellular respiration?
What are the products of photosynthesis and therefore also the reactants of cellular respiration?
Why is glycolysis considered an ANAEROBIC process?
If oxygen is unavailable, the Krebs Cycle and the Electron Transport Chain cannot be utilized to produce energy. In this scenario, what would happen following glycolysis?
Athens was
Sparta was
Democracy means that
Women in Sparta could not
Girls in Athens learned to be
The two most famous city-states of ancient Greece were
The ruler of Athens who had a written code of laws with harsh punishments was
Another word for city-state is
The event that triggered the Persian Wars occurred when
Athens' ruler that founded democracy and established a constitution was
The formal anti-Persian alliance among Athens and most of the city-states except for Sparta was called the
In Sparta laws were passed by
The Golden Age of Athens was
A typical Athenian home would most likely have included
This ancient greek civilization lived on the island of Crete and were sea traders
The two battles that ensured victory for the combined city-states during the Persian Wars were
The Peloponnesian War was won by
Spartan men were
An economy in which goods are traded for other goods is a
Deities in Ancient Greece
Spartans were known for their emphasis on military and athletic ability
The public square where meetings took place in Greek city-states was called the agora.
In the Peloponnesian War Athens was defeated by the Persians.
A characteristic of Greek religion was a belief in only one God.
Homer's Iliad and Odyssey were used in Greek schools to teach the values of pride in Greek heritage, the importance of husband wife relationships, loyalty between friends, and love of nature.
Most Greek goods were transported by overseas cargo ships.
Hellenic traditions and stories were recorded in epic poems composed by bards.
When Draco ruled, he promoted the growth of Athenian industry by ordering fathers to teach their sons a skill and by allowing foreign-born artisans to become citizens.
The prosperous period of time between the Persian Wars and the Peloponnesian Wars is called the Golden Age of Athens.
The Golden Age of Athens produced marvelous achievements in the arts and sciences.
Despite Greece's mild climate, transportation and communication were difficult because of its rugged mountain terrain.
Words such as police and politics derive from the Greek word polis meaning democracy.
Citizens of democratic Athens preferred lotteries over elections because they believed voting favored the wealthy aristocrats.
Homer wrote Athen's constitution.
Women took part in the government of Athens.
Women took part in the government of Sparta.
Sparta was a cruel military society who would leave sick infants on hillsides to die.
Men of Athens were known for being the greatest athletes and soldiers in all of Greece.
Sparta laid the foundation for the Western concept of democratic goverment that is still used today.
Athens was named after the Greek goddess Athena.
Solon's epic poem the Iliad tells the story of the Trojan War.
The main effect of the Peloponnesian War was that the Greek city-states began losing the ability to govern themselves.
Greece is located on a flat fertile plain ideal for farming and transportation of goods.
A mercenary is a singing storyteller who passed down history through oral tradition.
Citizens of a polis would have met in a public square called the agora to discuss issues of the day.
Answers by Educators Question Database
If you shine a light in a fist tank and the fish ignores you but if you put food inside the fish will swim toward it. However, if you shine a light in the tank before feeding the fish the fish will associate the two. What is the conditioned stimulus?
What does CS, US, UR, and CR stand for?
What is the famous experiment Albert Bandura created to learn about children's social learning?
The process of unlearning a behavior.
Named for its developer, B.F. Skinner; a device capable of delivering a consequence to an animal whenever it makes the desired response by pressing a lever or bar.
Anything that makes a behavior more likely to occur.
Reinforcers that we have learned to value, such as praise or the chance to play a video game.
Reinforcers that are, in themselves, rewarding, such as food, water, and rest.
The original stimulus that elicits an unlearned, natural, reflexive, response.
The learned ability to distinguish between a conditioned stimulus and stimuli that do not signal an unconditioned stimulus.
What is fixed-interval schedule?
What type of motivation is the desire to perform a behavior effectively for its own sake?
A type of learning that occurs when one suddenly realizes how to solve a problem.
What was once a neutral stimulus that now elicits the conditioned response?
Which is the definition of operant conditioning?
What is the reappearance, after a pause, of an extinguished conditioned response?
Which answer choice best explains Shaping?
What is the linking of a neutral stimulus and an unconditioned stimulus so that the neutral stimulus begins triggering the conditioned response?
What does surcease mean?
What does ominous mean?
What does beguiling mean?
What does ungainly mean?
What does mien mean?
What does marveled mean?
What does placid mean?
What does respite mean?
What is the major symbol in The Raven?
What does a raven symbolize in Christian cultures?
Which lines in every stanza use repetition?
What does the Raven represent in the poem?
Which pair of words exemplify slant rhyme?
What does the Raven represent in Greek and Roman cultures?
What does the raven have in common with what it symbolizes?
Which of these contains most of Earth's water?
Where is most of the freshwater on Earth located?
A rock layer that collects and stores water is called
An area of land that drains into a river or lake is called
Pamlico Sound is an estuary because
Water located below Earth's surface.
Which statement about Earth's water is correct?
Why is water from an aquifer more likely to be cleaner than water from other sources?
Which best describes the characteristics of a river basin?
_______is made up of all the water found on above and under Earth's surface.
Which best explains why so little of the water on Earth is available for human use?
Which plant adaptation is most common in the Arctic biome?
Which plant adaptation is most common in the Desert biome?
Which plant adaptation is most common in the Deciduous Forest biome?
Which plant adaptation is most common in the Tropical Forest biome?
Which animal adaptation would most likely be found in the Tropical Forest biome?
Which animal adaptation would most likely be found in the Arctic biome?
Which animal adaptation would most likely be found in the Desert biome?
Which animal adaptation would most likely be found in the Deciduous Forest biome?
Migration and hibernation are most common in which two biomes?
Which animal has heavy fur and extra fat as an adaptation?
Which is a central characteristic of a free market economy?
In which economic system would you expect the widest selection of consumer goods?
In a traditional economy, information about the ways goods are produced is passed from one generation to the next by
Which is a major feature of an economy based on subsistence agriculture?
Which group has the greatest influence in deciding which goods and services will be produced in a communist economy?
An essential characteristic of a communist economy is the
Economic development refers to
A more developed nation will have all of the following except
In a less developed nation you will find mostly
All of the following are examples of primary industries except
Which of the following is an example of a secondary industry?
Which type of economic activity would most likely be found in a newly industrialized country with commerical industry?
Which is a charcteristic of a less developed nation?
Globalization is
Natural resources include all of the following except
Infrastructure includes all except
The problem of scarcity is
Which economic system allows people more freedom and choice?
Supply refers to
Demand refers to
The top of water-filled spaces in the ground
Precipitation mixed with wastes from burning fossil fuels
A place where groundwater seeps out of the ground
Water that seeps into the ground into spaces between bits of rock and soil
Fuels formed from the decay of ancient forms of life
Vast, flat lands on the ocean floor
A mixture of smoke and fog
the ocean floor
an underground layer of rock or soil filled with water
an underwater mountain
Plant matter or animal waste that can be used as a source of energy
A storage area for freshwater supplies
a stream of water that flows through the ocean like a river
Farmers in dry climates need to use _____ systems to provide water for their crops.
______ can reduce the amount of water that a community uses.
Where can water NOT be found?
Which is NOT an important use of water for animals?
Which is NOT an important way water helps plants?
The most water is ussed for ____.
Which is not a way we use water for transportation?
What is not a way we use water for recreation?
Which is not a way to conserve water?
What are the two elements that make up water?
List the layers of the atmosphere from earth to space.
What are the two most common gases in the atmosphere?
What happens to gravity and pressure as you move farther from Earth's surface?
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
A government in which one man seizes power and rules alone is called an oligarchy.
The Mycenaeans provided Sparta with financial support to build a naval fleet during the Peloponnesian War.
The government of Athens was very similar to our modern government in the United States of America.
When Greek city-states coud no longer grow enough food to feed their growing population, they established new colonies for farming.
The Parthenon was a temple built for Zeus on Mount Olympus.
Boys in Sparta were taken to live in military barraks at age 7 and trained as soldiers until age 20.
The people of Ionia did not like being ruled by a king and thought the non-Greek speaking Persians were barbarians.
Sparta believed their military was so powerful that they did not need walls around their city.
Spartans preferred lotteries over voting because they thought voting favored the rich.
Pericles was a ruler of Athens who helped transform Athens into an empire.
Pericles made other city-states use Athens' coins for currency instaed of their own.
Pericles' policies made it so all criminal court cases of Athens' allied city-states must be tried in Athens.
During the battle of Salamis, 300 Spartan soldiers held off Persian invaders which allowed Athens' army to win the battle.
Sparta was a Greek city-state ruled by two kings.
Polis means democracy.
Members of the assembly passed laws.
In Sparta the Council of Elders served as the Supreme Court.
Greece is located on the southern part of the Balkan peninsula.
Cash crops in ancient Greece would have been items like olives used for making oil and grapes used for making wine.
The Olympic Games were athletic events held every 4 years to honor Athena.
Zeus was the main Greek god.
The two most famous Greek city-states were Iliad and Odyssey.
The Iliad tells the story of the Trojan War.
The dark ages was a time of great education and prosperity in Athens.
After the battle of Marathon, a Athenian runner ran 26 miles to Athens to announce Persia's defeat.
An oligarchy is a system of government in which all citizens hold the power.
A hired soldier was called a mercenary.
Polis is another word for city-state.
The Peloponnesian War took place before the Persian Wars.
The Persian Empire conquered the Greek city-states of Ionia which triggered the Persian Wars.
Athens won the Peloponnesian War.
Sparta won the Peloponnesian War with financial help from Persia.
The Delian League was a formal anti-Persian alliance between Athens and most of the Greek city-states but did not include Sparta.
The Minoans were sea traders who lived on the island of Crete.
Cleisthenes was a ruler of Athens who created a code of laws with harsh punishments.
Most muscles cross at least one
The attachment of a muscle’s tendon to the stationary bone is called the ______; the attachment of the muscle’s other tendon to the movable bone is called the ______.
A lever is acted on at two different points by two different forces which are called the
Motion will occur in a muscle when the ______ supplied exceeds the _______.
The muscle that serves as the “prime mover” during a movement is called the
This type of muscle works by stabilizing the origin of the agonist so that it can act more efficiently.
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic commonly used to name skeletal muscles?
If one is stabbed on the lateral side of the abdomen, what abdominal muscles, in order from superficial to deep, will the knife go through?
A muscle that has three origins is called a
Based on its name, which of the following best describes characteristics of the biceps femoris muscle?
Which of the following is considered to be a living organism?
What characteristics do all living things share?
In winter many dogs grow a thick coat of fun. This is an example of
Which of the following is not a living thing?
To be considered living an organism must be able to
Which of the following is an example of adapting to change?
Which best completes the sentence? If something can respond to a stimulus then it
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of living things?
Which best completes the sentence? If something can reproduce then it
What characteristic do all living things share?
What parts of the atoms are responsible for how they interact with other atoms?
An atom with how many electrons in its outer shell is most stable?
Phosphorus, one of the most important elements in life, is found in
SPONCH, a memory key for the important elements in living things stands for
Phosphorus is important in bone tissue. Which other element is important to bones?
Which of the following is considered to be a living organism?
An organism must have a ______________________ in order to be considered living.
Why is the human brain NOT considered to be a living organism?
Which is not a living thing?
When a snail is touched it retreats into its shell. This is an example of
Which type of equipment would be used to precisely measure 26.0 mL of dilute hydrochloric acid?
A computer model can simulate the aspects of viral reproduction quite well. However, microscopic observation of actual viral reproduction can improve understanding because it
A student measured the length of a piece of twine that was 35.84 mm long. Her measurements were 37.52 mm, 37.54 mm, 37.57 mm and 37.55 mm. Which of the following statements is true
When a scientist compare two or more objects what is he or she looking for?
Statistics about the climate in a tundra ecosystem were collected for 30 years. Which hypothesis about a population of caribou could be made based on the climate data collected?
What distinguishes a hypothesis from a theory?
In a scientific experiment how many independent variables should be tests at the same time?
What would a scientists use to show comparisons between variables?
Writers use similies as literary devices for comparisons. Which factor in an experiment would a scientist use like a simile?
A science fair project showed that earthworms move away from light. This statement should be classified as
List the factors of 56
Find the GCF of 54 and 72
List the first 12 multiples of 5
Find the LCM for 16 and 10
Evaluate 2 to the fourth power
Evaluate 5 cubed or 5 to the third power
Evaluate... (4 x 7 + 4) ÷ 4
Evaluate... 5 + (6 x 2³) ÷2
Evaluate... (6 ÷ 3 x 2)³ + 12 ÷ 4
Evaluate if x = 15 and y = 5 ......3x + 2y
Evaluate if a = 6 and b = 3 ...... 4ab
Evaluate if x = 8 and y = 2 and z = 3 ..... (x² + 3y) ÷10 + z
Draw an input/output table. The function rule is (x + 9). Write the output if x is 0, 2, 4, 6
The function rule is 5x. Write the output for x if x is 0, 3, 6, 9, 12
The input for x was 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 . The output in order was 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 . What was the function rule?
The input for x was 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 . The output was 2, 5, 8, 11, 15 . What was the function rule
A movie theatre charges $5 for an adult ticket and $3 for a student ticket. If a group of 7 people went to the movie and the total cost of the movie was $27, how many adults and how many students went to the movie. Write a variable expression, solve
Kus asuvad alpid?
Mis riigile kuulub gotland?
Kus asub Jüüti ps. ?
Kus asub Vatikan ?
Mis on Eesti suurim järv?
Kus asuvad Sardiinid? (saar)
Kus asub Eesti?
Mis on Iirimaa pealinn?
Answers by Educators Question Database
Why did people live in Hoovervilles in the 1930s
One main benefit of the development of indoor plumbing during the late 1800s was the
peirodkf
lkgsndfiosodfgnosdi
lbdjrgabldiudfgbila
region of the cerebrum associated with memory, judgement, problem solving and higher order thinking
region of the cerebrum associated with touch/pain and taste
region of the cerebrum associated with olfactory and auditory interpretation
region of the cerebrum associated with vision and pattern recognition
region of the brain associated with coordination and balance
a watery fluid similar to plasma which forms a cushion to protect nervous tissue from blows and other trauma
composed of capillaries that are not very permeable
strokes; occur when blood circulation to the brain is blocked
a slight brain injury in which consciousness may be briefly lost but not permanent
a more serious injury in which tissue damage occurs
swelling of the brain due to inflammatory response to an injury
allows voluntary control of the skeletal muscles
regulates involuntary activities
highly specialized cell designed for the purpose of transmitting messages from one part of the body to the other
fibers that conduct nerve impulses away from the body
chemicals that transmit signals from one neuron to another across the axon terminal
the junction between neurons
This is a type of sculpture that depicts the human form.
This is an inner support for a sculpture, much like a skeleton.
This is the act hammering metal to change its shape and strength.
This is the measurement of the thickness of wire.
This is how visual weight is distributed in a sculpture.
A flat surface that usually aligns with an axis.
A small model of a sculpture
A symmetrical Greek pot used for storage.
This type of sculpture expresses emotions rather than show a specific subject matter.
A process of sculpture in which many small pieces are put together.
This is how parts of a sculpture relate to one another.
A three-dimensional element.
Filled visual space within a work of art or areas to which the viewer's eye is drawn.
The way a viewer's eye moves through a work of art.
A sculpture created by carving or building up material on a flat surface.
The content of a work of art.
The look or feel of the surface of a sculpture.
This type of sculpture uses free-flowing, curvaceous forms.
This is a way to create rhythm and movement in a work of art.
A three-handled Greek pot used to collect water.
Most Canadians live in the ______________ part of Canada because the climate is milder.
The ________________ runs eastward from the Black Forest of Germany to the Black Sea.
The majority of people live in the ______________________ part of Russia.
The environmental problem which plagues the Black Forest in Germany is __________________________.
The ___________________________ separate Europe from Asia in Russia.
A combination of fog and air pollution has caused this problem in London, U.K.: __________________
This connects the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes which makes shipping easier for the United States and Canada: _______________________.
When trees are cut down and not replaced, this is known as _________________________
The __________________________ spreads across northern France, Germany and Poland and is used for farming.
__________________ is a large part of Russia which is very difficult to cross because it is covered in ice and snow.
Includes Spain and Portugal :______________________________
The _________________ spread across parts of France, Germany, Italy, Austria and Switzerland.
___________________ has made the area around Chernobyl, Ukraine uninhabitable.
The Canadian Shield is used mostly for ______________________.
Is made up of Norway, Sweden and parts of Finland: _______________________________
Known for having many manufacturing ports, the ____________________ is/are shared between Canada and the United States.
Typically, very few people live in _______________ places because they are isolated and far away from job opportunities.
The country that colonized a region often determines what language is spoken there today. For example, in Mexico, the people speak ______________.
French, Italian and Spanish are all examples of __________________ languages.
The transfer of plants, animals, people, diseases and ideas between Europe, Africa and America is known as ___________________________________.
Evidence of ______________________ culture still exist today in many Caribbean countries due to the fact that many slaves were brought to this region long ago.
Latin America’s culture is a blend of Native American, African and _________________________.
The _________________ is the holy book of the Jewish people. It consists of the first few books of the Old Testament.
Russian is an example of a ______________________ language.
_______________________ is the main religion practiced in Europe, America and Australia. It is based on the teachings of Jesus.
Most people in Latin America practice _______________________________, a form of Christianity.
_______________________ is the ability to read and write.
People who follow ____________________ believe that there is one God. They follow the teachings of Moses and believe they are descendants of Abraham.
The ________________ is the book which is read by Muslims.
The first people to live in Australia were the _____________________. They are an important part of Australia’s culture.
________________________ is a blend of European and Native American culture and race.
English is a _____________________ language.
The _______________is the holy book of Christianity.
In Latin America, most people speak ______________________________.
In Brazil, the majority of people speak __________________________.
The religion of _______________ is based on the teachings of Muhammad.
Land west of the 13 colonies was called?
What was the Ohio Valley's land good for?
Who lived in the Ohio Valley?
Who wanted to control the Ohio Valley?
Who ordered the French to leave the Ohio Valley?
Who proposed the Albany Plan of Union?
What was the name of the plan to unite the 13 colonies?
If the Albany Plan of Union was passed what could the colonies do if united?
What word means an agreement to join colonies, people, or countries together?
What city did the delgates meet to discuss the Albany Plan of Union?
PASTA
BREAD
SAUSAGES
MUSHROOM
ORANGE JUICE
PORK
LEMON
WATER
CABBAGE
JAM
Who was Classical Conditioning first described by?
What is another name for the unconditioned response?
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
Mis on eesti pealinn
Mis mere ääres asub Eesti?
conclusions
evidence
figurative language
metaphor
simile
structures
categorize
infer
integrate
interpret
paraphrase
summerize
interaction
analyze
Hardness, temperature, color, size, and smoothness are all
A pure substance that cannot be broken down into any other substance by chemical or physical means is called a(n)
A salad mixture in which you can see the different parts is a
A physical change is a change in which the substance
A chemical change is a change in which the substance
The ability to dissolve in water and to conduct electricity are examples of
Water is an example of
Density relates the mass of a material to the material’s
New substances are always formed when matter undergoes a
During a change of state, such as melting or freezing, a substance’s temperature
Dmitri Mendeleev found there was a pattern to the properties when the elements were arranged in order of increasing
The chemical properties of elements are said to be periodic because in each succeeding row of the periodic table, these properties
The periodic table generally does NOT include the element’s
The property of metalloids which makes them useful in computer chips is their
On the Periodic Table, nonmetals are located
A substance with a pH of 2 is
On the Periodic Table, elements in the same family
The elements that make the stair steps on the Periodic Table are all
All of the following are examples of acids EXCEPT
Which of the following is a base?
What's the correct spelling?
What's the correct spelling?
What's the correct spelling?
What's the correct spelling?
What's the correct spelling?
What's the correct spelling?
What's the correct spelling?
What's the correct spelling?
What's the correct spelling?
What's the correct spelling?
Anything that has mass and takes up space
amount of matter an object has
the measure of the amount of gravity acting on an object's mass
the amount of mass an object has in a certain volume
beginning step of the scientfic method and experiment
recorded observations
what you believe will happen based on your research of the topic
another name for a plan
the one thing that is changed in an experiment
the ability of a substance to dissolve in another substance
has a fixed volume and a fixed shape
fixed volume, but takes the shape of the container
does not have a fixed shape or fixed volume
tool that measures mass using gram units
tool that measures volume in mL units
stops the flow of heat or electricity
allows electricity or heat to pass through
iron, nickel, cobalt and alloys that contain one of these three metals are
boiling point of water
type of mixture in which one substance dissolves in another
How many significant figures are in the number 2,000?
How many significant figures are in the number 0.00120
How many digits are significant in 0.001030
Round the following to 1 sig fig: 345,000
Round the following to 2 sig figs: 0.007684
Which would be the correct answer, with sig figs, for the following problem: 350/70
Which would be the correct answer, with sig figs, for the following: 2.54 X 3.7
Write 20 with 3 sig figs.
Write 0.0007 with 3 sig figs
Which would be the correct answer with sig figs for the following: 25.1 + 45.78 + 31
How many sig figs are in 78,000
Round 567 to 4 sig figs
Write 100 with 3 sig figs
Which would be the correct answer, with sig figs, for the following: 45.1mL-22.78mL
Write 0.00092456 with 3 sig figs
The measure of the average energy of motion of the particles in a substance is
Which of the following is an example of a crystalline solid
The change from a solid to a gas is called
Gas has a
Which of the following is not a characteristics of crystalline solids?
According to Boyle's law, when the pressure of a gas increases, the volume of a gas
An example of a liquid with a high viscosity is
A liquid with a low viscosity
The change from gas to liquid is called
Which of the following is not an example of vaporization?
Matter in the ______ state has both a definite shape and volume
As gas in a rigid container cools, its
Which property can be used to identify an object?
A chemical bond is
Which of the following is a chemical property?
A substance whose particles are close together but move freely around one another is a (n)
Unlike a solids, liquids and gases will
Boyle's law states that as the volume of a gas increases
The vertical axis of a graph shows the
Answers by Educators Question Database
A nondietary source of vitamin K is:
Which of the B vitamins is especially important for childbearing women to prevent neural tube defects?
A patient with a deficiency of riboflavin may exhibit:
Which of the following is an excellent source of vitamin C?
A food source of folate is:
Which of the following would provide the best dietary source of vitamin E?
A sign of calcium toxicity is:
Iron is an important part of which compound?
Dietary iodine is required to form which of the following?
Magnesium is primarily stored in:
A BMI of 25 to 29 indicates:
What is the largest factor shared by 2 or more numbers
What is the top number in a fraction that tells how many pieces are being used called?
What are the factors of 10?
What are fractions that have the same value called?
What is part of a number called?
What are the first 3 multiples of 6?
What is the bottom number of a fraction that tells how many total pieces there are called?
What is the smallest multiple shared by 2 or more numbers called?
What is the GCF of 12 and 18?
What are factors that are shared by more than one number called?
What is a fraction called when it is written using the smallest possible numbers?
What is the LCM of 6 and 8?
What are the counting numbers of a whole number called?
What is a multiple that is shared by 2 or more numbers called?
What is the decimal equivalent of 3/4?
: a kind of sculpture in which shapes are carved so that they are only slightly higher than the flat background
: to lower the value or reputation of (someone or something) : to make (someone or something) less respected
: downward inclination 2 : a descending slope
: a strong natural liking for something that is usually bad : a tendency to do something that is usually bad
: a substance (such as yeast) that makes dough rise and become light before it is baked
: skill in using your hands to perform magic tricks
: influence or power used to achieve a desired result : the increase in force gained by using a lever
: to rise or make (something) rise into the air in a way that appears to be magical
: a lack of seriousness : an amusing quality
: a strong liking for something or a strong tendency to behave in a certain way
: very boring or dull : slow or awkward because of weight and size
: not able to be measured or judged exactly
: greater in number, force, or importance
: a level in an organization : a level of authority or responsibility
: going beyond the limits of ordinary experience : far better or greater than what is usual
st_nd
c_t
_ree
wi_
l_ok
bea_
_ox
_ood
l_ttle
Wa_er
Besides the cotton gin, which of the following items did Eli Whitney also invent?
After the Missouri Compromise, the number of free states and slave states was
The workers at Lowell, Massachusetts were mostly
The invention of the clipper ship was an improvement on previous ships because it could
What did Samuel Slater bring to the United States that marked the beginning of American industrialization?
Many Germans immigrated to America during this period because
Norbert Rillieux, a free African American, made a valuable contribution to southern life when he
What was a major advantage of railroads compared to other kinds of transportation?
Which of the following were all cotton producing states?
connected markets in New York and the Midwest
plan to maintain the balance of slave states and free states
group that wanted laws to limit immigration
developed the system of interchangeable parts
brought plans to America for the first textile factory
What was the name on the head of the magical coin from Castle in the Attic?
What sport does William compete in?
What must William do to get through the magical forest in Sir Simon's world?
What must William do to defeat the dragon?
In blazonry language, what color is sable?
What is a flying buttress?
In blazonry, what color is gold?
What part of a knight's armor protects his feet?
In Scottish clan culture, what is a pottar?
What does the term Mac mean in Scottish culture?
¿Qué necesitas para la clase de matemáticas?
Your Spanish teacher asks you, ¿Cómo estás? You respond by saying...
¿Qué necesitas para la clase de ciencias sociales?
You pass your friend in the hall. She says, ¿Qué tal? You respond by saying...
Señor significa en inglés.....
En mi mochila hay....
¿Cómo te llamas?
¿De dónde eres tú?
¿Cómo se dice P.E. en español?
You have just introduced yourself to your new neighbor. He says MUCHO GUSTO. You respond by saying....
¿Cómo se dice book en español?
Which is NOT a goodbye?
¿Cómo se dice teacher en español?
A police officer says to you, ¿Cómo estás? You respdond....
Which expression below would you use with family and friends?
Nueve y once son
veintinueve menos doce es _____
¿Cómo de dice folder en español?
Complete this series: doce, catorce, dieciseis, ___
Complete this series: uno, tres, cinco, ____
The Investigation into he attempted burglary at the democratic NAtional Committee headquarters at the watergate Hotel eventually resulted in the
The increase in the number of college applicants during the 1960s and 1970s was the result of the
In the 1950s, shelters were built by people fearing a
Which of the following countries became communist in 1949 under the leadership of Mao Zedong
The indian Reorganization act allowed Native Americans on reservations to
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
Answers by Educators Question Database
When a liquid is heated, its particles
Determine whether the following statement is true or false: All salespeople should use the step of the selling process in which a relationship is established with the customer.
Tim could not think of any more questions to determine a customer's need for a new stove. What should Tim do?
What type of product information might a salesperson be able to obtain from a manufacturer's representative?
When a customer's special order arrives, another customer who is on hand at the time asks to buy the item. What should the salesperson do?
What should a salesperson explain to a customer when recommending a substitute item?
The phase of the selling process that includes writing up the order is
What is a product benefit that a salesperson might point out to a customer who wants to buy a computer?
A customer has been looking at different brands of the same product for several minutes. What is the most appropriate sales approach to use under these circumstances?
Which of the following is part of establishing relationships with customers:
What is usually an important step in processing a customer's telephone order?
What is often one of the first steps in processing an incoming telephone order?
If Shari wants to make sure that she knows which customers' orders she is taking on the telephone, which one of the first steps in processing incoming telephone orders would help?
On what does the speed of asking customers questions depend?
What should the salesperson do when s/he is helping a customer and another customer enters the selling area?
After learning that a customer is interested in a computer that can produce sophisticated graphics, what should be the salesperson's next step?
A customer asks a specific product question that a new salesperson cannot answer. What should the new salesperson do?
Judy sold customers substitute computers for the iPad. What should she explain to the customers about the substitute computers?
Josh wants to know more about the benefits of his new iPad. What about the iPad does he want to know?
Geri asked a salesperson about some features of the new Samsung Android cellular telephone. Since the salesperson was not aware of the features, what should he do?
What is good advice for a salesperson to follow when questioning customers?
persistent
creative
responsible
inquisitive
goal-oriented
independent
self-confident
risk-takers
persistent
creative
The Wilmot Proviso transformed the politics of the Mexican War by
Which of the following statements is true of the Compromise of 1850?
In the 1857 case of Dred Scott v. Sanford, the Supreme Court ruled that
Who served as the first president of the Republic of Texas after leading Texas troops in a victorious battle against Santa Anna at San Jacinto?
The victims of mob violence in the New York City draft riots of 1863 were mainly
The Confederate armies were manned
During the Civil War, Southern women played an especially important part
Which of the following summarizes the significance of the siege of Vicksburg?
During Reconstruction, the main goal of the Ku Klux Klan was to
Grant’s administration developed substantial opposition because
The total amount of money outstanding on a loan.The original amount of the loan
net worth. property owned by a person, Bank account,Saving, Investments
A fee charged for the use of credit
an interest rate that remains constant over the entire term of the loan
________are charged for the use of money, usually expressed at an annual rate.
Credit cards are considered _________
Lamar believes that interest rates are going to fall in the near future and remain low for a considerable period of time. She should invest in:
The principal amount of a bond that is repaid at the end of the term
Most ________are issued with an interest rate that is fixed , and has the most predictable income?
Interest earned only on the original amount or principal.
Yo
Ella
Nosotros
Ustedes
Él
Mis amigos
Mis amigos y yo
Miguel y Sara
Yo (hablar)
Tú (escuchar)
Ellos (cantar)
Mi amiga (bailar)
Yo (mirar)
Mis amigos y yo (dibujar)
Marta y Sofía (comprar)
Johnny (lavar)
Ricky y Estéban (ahorrar)
Yo (gastar)
I spoke
I speak
He speaks
You spoke
You speak
He spoke
We speak or We spoke
They speak
They spoke
Marta y Juan spoke
mirar
comprar
ahorrar
gastar
vender
costar
ir
gastaste
llevar
compró
ahorré
miró
Yo
Miguel
Yo
Nosotros
Ellos
Mi amiga y yo
Answers by Educators Question Database
Which is not an antioxidant?
Which is not fat soluble?
Which nutrient has 9 kcal/g?
Which eating disorder involves bingeing and purging?
Which eating disorder is characterized by self-starvation?
Which health condition is related to stress?
Which is not a health screening technique?
The Berlin Wall, the invasion of Budapest by Tanks representing the Warsaw Pact, and the Replacement of the Liberal Czekoslovak government all were related to
One reason the Soviet Union formed the Warsaw Pact was to
During the Cold War Era (1945-1990), the United States and the Soviet Union were reluctant to become involved in direct military conflict mainly because of
Which term describes the foreign policy of India during the Cold War?
During the Cold War Era, many Asian and African nations followed a policy of nonalignment because they
Which is a major reason Cuban and Nicuraguan evolutionary movements were attracted to Communism
The conflict between Israel and Arab nations since 1948 was often considered a part of the Cold War primarily because
Berlin Blockade(1948-1949),Premier Khrushchev’s visit to the United States(1959), Cuban missile crisis(1962), Nuclear Test Ban Treaty(1963), Joint Apollo-Soyuz space mission(1975), Russian invasion of Afghanistan(1979): This list of events suggest
The Berlin Blockade, the operation of the Berlin Airlift, the organization of the Warsaw Pact, and the construction of the Berlin Wall are all examples of
In the Soviet Union, a negative aspect of the Cold War era was the
Artificial selection, genetic engineering, and cloning are examples of biotechnology. Which phrase best defines biotechnology?
Scientists must carefully weigh the risks and benefits of biotechnology. Which of these is a risk that scientists must consider when genetically engineering a plant?
Scientists have produced a genetically engineered orange tree that is resistant to disease. Which of the following is the best example of a potential benefit to society that could result from this biotechnology?
Which of the following is an example of biotechnology?
Biotechnology is the use and application of living organisms and biological processes for specific purposes. One exmaple of biotechnology is cloning. Which of these actions can produce a clone?
The main goal of biotechnology is to use living organisms and biological processes to improve life on Earth. Which example would be most beneficial to global populations?
Biotechnology affects different people and groups in different ways. Which of these uses of biotechnology would be most beneficial for the environment?
How is artificial selection different from genetic engineering?
The human practice of breeding animals or plants that have certain desired traits.
A technology in which the genome of a living cell is modified for medical or industrial use.
The United States' involvement in the Vietnam War, and the Soviet Union's involvement in Afghanistan were motivated mainly by a desire to
The withdrawal of France from Indochina, involvement of the Soviet Union in Cuba, and United States support of the Contras in Nicaragua illustrate that nations
After World War II, the Chinese Communists were successful in their revolution mainly because the
In China, the Great Leap Forward and the Cultural Revolution promoted by Mao Zedong were similar in that both plans
Which statement would be consistent with the views of Fidel Castro?
Which of the following makes decisions about production in a command economy?
In which political structure is power granted to the government by consent of the people and government must follow rules and regulations
What did the United Nations charter originally set out to accomplish
In what system does the government control all means of production including private property, and make all decisions on how resources are to be used
What type of economy is based on private property, supply and demand, and unregulated markets, it is a system where the common good is maximized when all members of society are allowed to pursue their rational self-interest.
Which of the following is a source of electricity?
Which of the following is a path in a circuit?
What do we call the wire inside of a light bulb?
Anything that allows electricity to travel through it is called a __?___
Anything that does NOT allow electricity to travel through it is called _____?____
What kind of metal is a filament made of?
Most conductors are made of ___?___
Which of the following is NOT a conductor?
Which of the following is a load?
Which of the following is an example of light energy?
Which of the following is NOT an example of mechanical energy?
What is the boiling temperature on the Celsius scale?
What is the freezing temperature on the Fahrenheit scale?
What part of the circuit opens and closes the circuit?
Which is NOT a load?
Which part of the wire is the insulator?
What does a switch do to a load?
Which of the follow are magnetic?
North pole of magnet and north pole
North pole and south pole of two magnets
What causes day and night?
Which of the following is the largest?
Which of the following does NOT move?
Which of the following is the smallest?
Which of the following lists is in order from smallest to largest?
Which of the following lists is in order from largest to smallest?
Why does the sun appear to move across the sky?
How long does it take for the earth to orbit the sun?
Why does the moon appear larger than the sun?
When the lit part of the moon that we can see is getting larger, it is called ___?___
When the lit part of the moon that we see is getting smaller, we call this ___?___
Every 4 years, we add up the 1/4 days beyond the 365 days that make up year. We call this ____?___ Year and we add this date: ____?___
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 [275] 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369