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What were important words during the French Revolution?
Who was married to King Louis XVI
What did the National Assembly do for France?
Who become the ruler of France at the end of the French Revolution?
Who executed King Louis and Marie Antoinette?
Set of laws that was written for the new US government
What two classification levels make up a scientific name?
List the classification levels in order from broadest to most specific.
What two major groups are plants classified as?
What is the structure that transports water from the roots to the rest of the plant?
What three things do all seeds have?
Which of the following is not a characteristic of a monocot?
What is the main job of the roots?
The process of plants breaking down food is
The female part of the flower is called the
An example of a taproot is
What is the early stage of seed growth?
What part of the plant develops into the seed?
Which of the following is not an example of asexual reproduction?
What does a chloroplast contain?
Through what process do plants lost most of the water through their leaves?
The period of inactivity in a plant is called
What is the way a plant grows or moves in response to light?
What is not an example of a plant-harming fungus?
Which of the following is not a way of classifying vascular plants?
Which of the following is not part of MRSGREN?
Which phrase in the following sentences is NOT concise: All things considered, Connecticut's woodland are in better shape now than ever before.
What are the three common ways to find the main idea in a paragraph?
What's the main idea in the following: New trade routes passed through lands occupied by the Soninke. People called their chiefs ghana. The land became known as Ghana.Chiefs taxed goods that traveled the land. By the 8th cent. trade made Ghana rich.
Which phrase is not concise in the following: The fear that exists among many people that we are losing our woodlands is uncalled for.
Which phrase is NOT concise in the following: Woodlands have grown in area because of the fact that fact that farmers have abandoned their fields.
Which phrase is NOT concise in the following: All things considered, Connecticut's woodlands are in better shape now than ever bfore.
Which phrase is NOT concise in the following:As a matter of fact, there are more woodlands in Connecticut now than there were in 1898.
Which phrase is NOT concise in the following: As far as I'm concerned, ther is no need for further protection of woodlands.
Which phrase is NOT concise in the following: This is because there are fewer farmers at the present time.
Which phrase is NOT concise in the following: Major forest areas are coming back by means of natural processes.
Which phrase is NOT concise in the following: Our woodlands are coming back by virtue of the fact that our eceonomy has shifted its emphasis.
Which phrase is NOT concise in the following: Due to the fact that their habitats are being restored, forest creatures are also re-establishing their population bases.
Which phrase is NOT concise in the following: The era in which we must aggressively defent our woodlands has, for all intents and purposes, passed.
Which phrase is NOT concise in the following: For the most part, people's suspicions are based on a misunderstanding of the facts.
Which of the following best describes the author's purpose in writing this article?
From the information given in this article, you can infer --
Look at the information: Groups of friends allows people to belong to several groups at once, but a clique _______________. Which of these belongs on the blank line?
What is the correct meaning of quirk as it is used in paragraph 3?
The reader can conclude that the reviewer of this article believes that --
The author wrote this article most likely to --
Which sentence from the review best supports the claim that there is a real secret to being popular and having friends?
Which of the following is the best summary of the section Why Do Cliques Attract People?
How does the author organize paragraphs 13 through 17?
With which statement would the author most likely agree?
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What physical properties of nylon and leather make them good materials to use for shoelaces?
Which of the following materials is useful for making molds because it has a low melting point?
Filtration can be used to separate mixtures based on
What method can be used to separate parts of a liquid mixture when the entire mixture can pass through a filter?
When a physical change in a sample occurs, which of the following does NOT change?
Which of the following is a physical change?
Flammability is a material's ability to burn in the presence of
Which of the following is NOT a clue that a chemical change has occurred?
Which of the following is a chemical change?
Which of the following is a clude of a chemical change?
Which of the following substances is a compound?
Which of these groups of letters could be used as a symbol for an element?
Which of these properties is a chemical property of sulfur?
Which of the following is not a common type of evidence for a chemical change?
The ability of a solid to be hammered without shattering
The temperature at which a substance changes from a liquid to a gas.
The resistance of a liquid to flowing.
The ability to allow heat to flow
The ratio of the mass of a substance to its volume
The temperature at which a subsance changes from a solid to a liquid.
The element symbol C represents
The element symbol Al represents
Which of the following is most likely occurring if the land temperature near the beach is rising more rapidly than the ocean temperature?
Which of the following is a characteristic of cirrus clouds?
The name of a rapid rise of coastal water that accompanies the arrival of a cyclone is called a:
Which is true of low-latitude climates?
How does water from leaves get into the atmosphere as water vapor?
The horse latitude which occurs at approximately 30 to 35 degrees North is also known as the:
Which of the following does NOT form as a result of a low level temperature inversion?
The degree of aridness of a geographic region is generally defined as the ratio of precipitation to:
The lag time between precipitation period and peak discharge period of a river:
What is the temperature in degrees Celsius when a room thermometer reads 77 degrees Fahrenheit?
Why does air pressure decrease from the troposphere to the exosphere?
Which occurs within a high pressure system?
A city has experienced a temperature drop of 20 degrees in 6 hours, a decrease in air pressure, and cloudy weather which includes rain and thunder. What has just happened in this city?
How does the convection of air produce thunderstorms?
Which best explains how the Coriolis effect influences weather conditions?
Why is it important for the United States to monitor air pollution levels in other countries?
How does the temperature of the stratosphere compare to the mesosphere?
Which of the following temperatures would be able to hold the greatest amount of water vapor?
Which statement is false when a cold front collides with a warm front?
Trade winds are persistently easterly winds developed between
What it the addition property of operation? 5+3=3+5
What it the addition property of operation? 0+3=3
What it the addition property of operation? (2+3)+4=
What it the addition property of operation? 9+3=3+9
What it the addition property of operation? 0+6=
What it the addition property of operation? 12+0=
What it the addition property of operation? 9+(4+6)
What it the addition property of operation? 6+7=6+7
What it the addition property of operation? 10+3=3+10
What it the addition property of operation? (3+8)+5
During a phase change
A diagonal line on a temperature vs. time graph indicates...
A horizontal line on a temperature vs. time graph indicates...
Cooling a solid causes kinetic (thermal) energy to...
Interaction (phase) energy is the highest in...
When a solid changes to a liquid....
A sample of pure alcohol is brought to a boil. The bubbles forming at the bottom of the container are made of...
A sample of ice is pulled from the freezer at -10 C and heat is added. the first portion of its' temperature time graph would be...
Water vapor at 125 C is cooled to room temperature. The first portion of its' temperature time graph would be...
When temperature decreases
A can of soda warms after being removed from the fridge. What effect would this change have on Ek?
Ice cream is melting on the counter. What effect would this have on Ek?
When calculating heat energy of a melting substance you should use
What unit is used for energy measurement
What happens to Ei (interaction or phase energy) when a glass window pane is warmed on a sunny day?
Particles have an orderly arrangement in...
When determining the energy of a phase change...
When determining the energy during heating of a single state of matter
The earthly father of Jesus
The mother of Jesus
The first four books of the New Testament
The king that the Jews were looking for
This gospel was written by a Greek physician
This gospel was written by a fisherman
This gospel was written by a tax collector
This gospel was written by a traveling companion of Peter.
The measure of how much space an object takes up
The use of senses to gather information is called
Science is about
A symbol for a sharp object is a
The ratio of mass to volume is an object's
This represents an object or system
Physics is the study of
A symbol for electrical safety is a
The ways that scientist answer questions is a
Physical science isthe study of
The study of the structure and properties of matter is
Objects that help in measuring and observing are
The amount of matter in an object is its
The summary of many observations and results is
It explains many hypotheses and observations
This measures how hot or cold an object is
A symbol for chemical safety is
A testable explanation based on observations is
A symbol for hand safety is
A symbol for eye safety is
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Since WWI ended, Americans were excited to...
During the 1920s, there were many new social and economic changes. This time period became known as...
______ made buying and selling alcohol illegal.
During the 1920s, Americans began investing in...
The Immigration quotas were put in place to limit...
The 1920s was considered the ____ because of the popularity of jazz music.
FDR created the ___ which helped during the Great Depression.
___ are negative BEHAVIORS towards a certain group of people.
Flapper Girls of the 1920 were known for being...
The American Dream of the 1920s became ___ AFTER the Bust.
I what part of the atom is most of its mass?
Which of these elements has seven valence electrons?
A device that uses electromagnetic induction to convert kinetic energy into electrical energy is a
An insecticide kills a few insects, but a few survive. Because of natural selection, which of the following is most likely to happen?
According to the LAw of Consevation of Mass
Until the 1700's, scientists classified organisms into only two kingdoms. Today's scientific classification system has four kingdoms. Why have scientists added more kingdoms?
Which of the following traits found in birds is not an adaptation for flight?
Aluminum-27 has 13 protons. What is the total mass of its neutrons?
Iodine is in group 17 of the Periodic Table. During chemical changes, it forms an ion whose charge is
Which of the following is a learned behavior?
Which organ system carries oxygen to the cells of the body?
Which list below correctly shows the levels of organization in an organism from left to right?
Which cell structure allows a plant to carry out photosynthesis?
The organ system that uses blood to carry nutrients and oxygen to the cells of the body is the
What is the job of mitochondria in plant and animal cells?
White blood cells help protect the body from illness by engulfing diseasecausing organisms. Which organ system produces white blood cells?
What is formed by a group of cell s and tissues that work together to carry oul a specific function?
One organ system includes the kidneys, bladder, and urethra. What is the purpose this system?
Which organ system removes carbon dioxide wastes produced by cells from the body?
Which of these organelles breaks down food to release energy the cell can use?
Which cell structure is MOST responsible for controlling what materials enter and leave the cell?
Which organ system in humans makes sperm cells?
Which structure is the simplest level of organization in humans?
What fluid fills most of the in side of a cell?
Which of these organ systems controls and coordinates most body functions?
Which of these processes of organisms needs carbon dioxide from the atmosphere?
Which pair of organ systems work together to fight viral diseases such as the flu?
Which organ system breaks down food into the nutrients cells need?
What level of organization is made up of a group of similar cells that perform a specific function?
Which of the following cell processes does NOT depend on nutrients?
Which of the following BEST explains why humans selectively breed plants?
Certain bacteria live in the human intestine, where they are protected and make vitamins that the human body uses. What type of symbiotic relationship is this an example of?
Suppose the available nutrients in the soil of an ecosystem decrease. Over time, which adaptation is MOST LIKELY to evolve among the plants that survive there?
In a food chain, what is the role of the fungi?
Which of the following provides the MOST energy to Earth's organisms?
A new species of organism is introduced into an ecosystem in which it has no predators. The organism feeds primarily on mice. What effect is this organism MOST LIKELY to have on the mouse population?
Which of the following is a symbiotic relationship in which both organisms benefit?
If the snake population of an ecosystem suddenly died off, which species would MOST LIKELY increase in number?
As bees gather nectar, they transfer pollen from one flower to another. Which BEST describes the relationship between the bee and the flower?
A cow eats grass to get energy. Which sentence correctly describes the energy transfer?
The Northern spotted owl makes its horne only in old-growth forests. What will happen to a population of Northern spotted owls if all the trees in the forest where it lives are destroyed by a fire?
Some shark species allow small fish to enter their mouths without eating them. The small fish feed on scraps of nutrients around the shark's teeth. The sharks get their teeth cleaned. What kind of relationship is this?
You are having a hamburger for lunch . What was the original source of the energy in the beef of the hamburger?
The tall trees living in a fo rest make it difficult for small plants on the fo rest floor to get the sunlight they need. In terms of sunlight, what kind of relationship exists between the trees and the smaller forest plants?
What effect would the removal of insects and rabbits from an ecosystem MOST LIKELY have?
How could you use a dichotomous key?
In what type of symbiotic relationship does one species benefit while the other is not affected?
A fox eats a rabbit that feeds on plants. The fox is a
Which list below shows the order in which energy flows through an ecosystem?
What is the relationship between human and mosquitoes?
Minerals are made from smaller parts called
The best soil for a garden
Fossils are found in
Which mineral is the hardest?
For a living thing to become a skeleton, it must have
Fossils found under the land where cows live tells you that
Soil comes from
What part of a fish would most likely form a fossil?
Which is not a type of rock?
Clay, sand, silt, and organic matter make
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What caused a rock to become round and smooth near a stream?
What happens to the liquid inside a thermometer when the temperature goes up?
What type of spoon would be the best choice to use to stir a pan of boiling pasta?
When one end of a steel rod is held in the flame and the other end gets hot. This shows it
What is the heat that is created by rubbing your hands together?
When two north pole ends of magnets are pointed next to each other the magnets will
If a material keeps something cold or hot for a long period of time it is known a good
What adaptation does an animal have that makes itself look like another animal?
When the wind picks up an item and moves it to another location this is known as
Sand dunes are formed by
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Tafsiri kwa Kiingereza: Tufaha
Jaza nafasi: Mjerumani anatoka__?
Jaza nafasi: dada wa baba yangu ni_?
Jaza nafasi: baba wa baba yangu ni__?
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Rashid solved the equation below in one step to find the solution for x.
Which of the following is both a multiple of 6 and a factor of 72?
If Arthur’s average math test score is 87.036, what is that in word form?
The Cinema III Theater charges $3.45 for tickets for the 3:00 oclock mattinee. Saturday the theater sold 246 tickets. How much did the theater make?
Beverly was asked to solve the equation below for homework. 2n=16. How did she solve for n.
On a shopping trip, Tamaris bought two sweaters, a pair of pants and three pairs of socks. They were all on sale. The pants were $12.50. The sweaters were $8.30. The socks were $50. How much did she get back in change from her $50?
Determine how Holly solved the following equation: 29 + x = 312
Select the following group of prime numbers
If 5,876 students were divided into 26 groups, how many students would be in each group?
Which equation is equivalent to 40 x 8 = d
______ is an example of an element.
The four most common elements found in living things are
Which of the following elements, essential to life, is a trace element?
An atom with a positive charge has ______.
All atoms of an element have the same number of ______.
An atom's ______ are found in its nucleus.
Beryllium's atomic mass is 9 and its atomic number is 4. How many neutrons are found in a beryllium atom?
The way Earth moves about the sun is most like ______.
Isotopes of an element have the same number of ______ and different numbers of ______.
How do radioactive isotopes differ from isotopes?
The second electron shell of an atom can hold a maximum of ______ electron(s).
Nitrogen has an atomic number of 7; therefore, it has ______ electrons in its outermost electron shell.
An atom with an electrical charge is a(n) ______.
The bond between oppositely charged ions is a(n) ______ bond.
What name is given to bonds that involve the sharing of electrons?
Why is water considered a polar molecule?
The hydrogen atoms and oxygen atom of a water molecule are held together by ______ bonds.
Adjacent water molecules are joined by ______ bonds.
Human body cells are approximately ______ water.
The tendency of molecules of the same kind to stick together is called ______.
Why (if you are careful) are you able to float a needle on the surface of water?
Sweating cools your body by ______.
As water freezes, ______.
Sugar dissolves when stirred into water. The sugar is the ______, the water is the ______, and the sweetened water is the ______.
A base ____________.
The lower the pH of a solution, the ______.
What name is given to substances that resist changes in pH?
Household bleach _______________ than household ammonia .
If the brain is not properly hydrated, ___________________.
People who exercise regularly ___________________.
What compromise created a bicameral legislator?
The Articles of Confederation were considered weak for which of the following reasons?
The Magna Carta, English Bill of Rights and Virginia Bill of Rights all provided which of the following principle of government?
Which of the following is not a cause of the American Revolution?
Which product made the colonist wealthy?
Why did the Europeans initially come to the Americas?
The Bill of Rights does which of the following
The judicial branch has its terms set by which of the following articles of the constiution?
Which article allows the President to call congress into special session?
Which article includes rules for running for the House of Representatives?
Find the noun: The dog ran quickly.
Find the noun: The scared girl hurried down the dimly light path.
Find the noun: The teacher was happy when the students correctly underlined the noun.
Find the verb: The cat played.
Find the verb: Mondays are a beautiful day, especially during the school year.
Find the verb: The grumpy old man coughed and spat.
Find the adjective: I love delicious pizza.
Find the adjective: Tomorrow will be another beautiful day in Colorado.
Find the adjective: She was a lovely young girl, very full of life and energy.
Find the noun: Mr. Fallin angrily kicked the ball into the screaming crowd.
President during the War of 1812
Leadeder of the Lewis and Clark Expedition
President who bought the Louisiana Purchase
Saved the portrait of George Washington
A prisoner on a British ship during the attack of Fort McHenry
Won the Battle of New Orleans
A Native American guide on the Lewis and Clark Expedition
Tried to unite Native Americans to fight and keep their land
Sold the Louisiana Territory to Thomas Jefferson
3rd President of the United States
Import port city for farmers along the Mississippi River
Who did the U.S. fight during the War of 1812
Why did the U.S. go to war with the British in 1812?
What major capital city did the British burn?
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Fashion acceptance or rejection is determined by:
Cultural and religious customs, bad economic conditions, and government regulations are factors that:
Designs which are copied from more expensive garments are:
At the introduction stage of the fashion cycle, new styles are:
Fashion trends seem to recur every:
At which stage of the fashion cycle is a style accepted and worn by the majority of consumers?
Good economic conditions:
Jeans, once worn by laborers as a work garment and later adopted by teens as streetwear, have now become popular among all ages and income levels. Which fashion movement theory is illustrated?
Which would decelerate fashion movement?
A fashion expected to be a hot seller but which does not sell is a:
At which stage of the fashion cycle is a trend considered dull and boring because the market is saturated?
Leather jackets were first popular among lower income groups and then gained acceptance from the higher income groups. Which fashion movement theory is illustrated?
During the rise stage of the fashion cycle:
Which is true about the fashion cycle?
Fashion followers:
Short-lived fashions are:
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The class began early
She paid for the meal
Who arrived first?
We played soccer
He hunted the deer
He hit the ball
I threw the ball
Who practiced yesterday?
The girls played
I organized the papers
Which one of the following does not represent a mixture
A mixture composed of substances that are spread evenly throughout is called
Reactivity is the ability of substances to combine and form new substances. What substance listed below exhibits chemical reactivity when combined with vinegar?
In what way is a successful experiment never the final step in a scientific investigation?
Which of the following is not part of Darwin's theory of natural selection?
Which process causes substances to react to form one or more new substances?
Which of these is the appropriate SI unit for measuring a chemical to place in a test tube during a lab experiment?
The Law of Universal Gravitation states that the movement of the planets around the sun depends on
The ability of substances to combine and form new substances is called
Which of these would not be an example of technology?
some houses
some apartments
some office
some building
no/none house
no/none apartment
no/none office
no/none building
some schools
no/none schools
Why do scientists study rocks and fossils?
Based on fossil records, how old is the Earth?
What happened during the Precambrian time?
Which era is the oldest?
What is the difference between a strike slip fault and a dip fault?
What is unique about animals that are preserved in ice?
Why is the Cenozoic era important?
How do scientists use radioactive dating?
What is Pangaea?
What is a trace fossil?
What is a mold fossil?
What is weathering ?
How does carbon film form?
What is a half-life?
The bottom layer in an undisturbed sedimentary bed is usually
Geologists use radioactive dating to find the
At this time, all life lived in the oceans.
What is Law of Superposition?
A type of rock formed by cooled magma is
A type of rock formed by heat and pressure is
Population growth in the ________ states influenced westward movement.
Availability of __________ influenced westward movement.
The belief that expansion was the right of the country and good for it was known as ________.
__________________ are examples of cheaper and faster transportation that became available from 1801-1861.
For a slave, ____________ would be the main factor in wanting to move west.
Which of the following was NOT an economic opportunity for those moving west.
Why was the development of overland trails important?
Why did so many people head west in 1849?
Supporters of manifest destiny at this time thought the US should own/control ____.
Compared to land in the east, western land was _______.
What does a dichotomous key use to help a scientist identify organisms?
Which of the following is not a prey adaptation?
The process by which organisms that are better adapted to their environment survive and reproduce more successfully than less well adapted organisms do is called
Heredity, experience, and adaptation to the environment
Smog can be considered a colloid when it is composed of
Organisms have changed over time. Scientists have proven this fact by
When a strong base is dissolved in water, it produces a solution containing high concentration of
An atom has 5 protons, 6 neutrons, and 5 electrons. What is the atom's mass number
Which of the following is true about Bohr's model of the atom?
What do scientists use branching diagrams for?
A wave is a disturbance that transfers _ through matter or space.
A material that is disturbed by a wave is called a _.
When traveling through a medium, a wave displaces the particles of the medium. That is, the wave moves the particles from their original, or __, position.
Some waves do not request a medium. Two example of this would be __ waves and __ waves.
__ waves can transfer energy through empty space.
_ is the distance from the midpoint (resting position) of a wave to its top.
The top of a wave is called the _.
The bottom of a wave is called the _.
__ is the distance from any point on a wave to the identical point on the next wave.
_ is the number of waves that pass a given point in one second.
In a _ wave, the particles of the medium vibrate perpendicular to the path of the wave.
In a _ wave, the particles of the medium vibrate parallel to the path of the wave.
A part of a longitudinal wave where the particles are pushed closer together is called a _.
A part of the longitudinal wave where the particles spread out is called _.
Which of the following is NOT a medium?
A wave's amplitude is
What do waves transfer?
Picture a tub filled with water and a toy boat floating on the water. You plunge your fist into the water, next to the toy boat. What will happen to the boat?
Which part of a transverse wave is similar to a compression in a longitudinal wave?
In a wave, energy travels through the medium but __ does not move.
How does Earth's magnetic field resemble that of an electromagnet?
The fact that all organisms have DNA as their genetic material is evidence that
Which of the following is true about the tree of life?
Which of the following is not a physical property of matter?
Which group of the Periodic Table includes the most reactive nonmetals?
Which statement applies to the transition metals?
How does the fossil record help scientist learn how species have changed over time?
Carbon-14 can be used to determine the age of objects up to
Why do parts of Earth's history lack a fossil record?
Which of the following is not evidence that supports Darwin's theory of Natural Selection?
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At which stage of the fashion cycle does consumer interest grow and the fashion become accepted by more people?
Which would MOST LIKELY accelerate the fashion movement?
Reversals or abrupt changes in fashion styles are a result of:
Celeste typically purchases fashions when the prices are most expensive. In which stage of the fashion cycle is she buying?
The planned killing of the Jews by Hitler and the Nazis.
Strong feelings of loyalty to one's nation.
A rivalry between the U.S.A. and the Soviet Union from the 1940's-1990's.
An agreement between nations to help each other.
Peace agreement that ended WWI.
An economic and political system where the government controls everything.
The planned killing of a race of people.
Economic system in which private individuals control the factors of production.
Territory controlled by people from a foreign land.
A system in which a central power controls a number of territories.
To barter means to
Five Haudenosaunee nations agreed to follow the constitution's rules.
How did the coming of Europeans change life for the Cherokee?
The rivers in Northern California provided the Yurok with what kind of fish?
What region of the United States did the Cherokee primarily live?
Name one crop that Cherokee did NOT grow in the piedmont.
An effect is what happens as a result of a cause
What was one effect of the Peacemaker visiting the Haudenosaunee nations?
Which group experienced long and cold winters?
Which American Indians lived in a moist and warm climate?
My friend _____ likes to sit on the VERANDA
If you fall when you RACE, then you might end up in a ___
I just get so MAD when I talk with____
I just hate it when someone FAKES with their
On my grandpa's RANCH there is a tree with a long
It was so SLICK that I ran into a ____ wall
A a friend of the ____ I chose the right SIDE.
Oh Mom, PLEASY may we go to the beach?! Its so nice and ____
You can't get your TOKEN, the machine is
I wish I had ANOTHER _____
0.05w = 6.25
2.89 = 1.7m
23b = 161
a - 25 = 27
m + 1.2 = 4
c - 24.2 = 12
2.028 = 0.4k
n - 8.9 = 11.65
0.6 + q = 12.41
2.3b = 1.61
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2x + 3 = 9
-3a + 4 = 7
-7.8 = 4.4 + 2r
0.5x - 6 = -4
-4w + 5 = -7
15n - 62 = -17
1.4x + 0.8 = -1.3
1.2b - (-3.6) = 14.4
-13 = -3x + 14
0.93 = 0.15 + 0.3w
5.8k + 35 = 615
d/2 + 2 = -3
7/12 + 5/9
7/12 - 5/9
5/12 x 4/15
5 3/5 divided by 2 4/15
4 9/10 + 11/15
6 3/10 - 3 11/15
3 9/10 x 8/15
7 4/6 divided by 9 7/9
2 7/8 + 3 5/12
3 7/8 - 2 5/12
What are pyramids?
Who would the people blame if crops failed or disease struck?
Why was the Nile valley well suited for settlement?
The political order of Egypt around 3200BCE was based on __________.
What did the first pharaoh name his capital city?
What job employed most people in Egypt?
What two regions did the Nile River flow through?
Which of the following beliefs was central to Egyptian religion?
Which of the following did NOT cause social classes to appear during the Old Kingdom?
Define dynasty.
Egypt's first pharaoh
title used by rulers of Egypt
imaginary creature with the body of a lion and the head of another animal
people from rich and powerful families
specially treated bodies wrapped in cloth
a long-lasting paper-like material made from reeds
tall, 4-sided pillar that has a point on top
a system of people in different lands who trade goods
Items sent out to other regions
Goods brought in from other regions
Who does Dwight call when he learns that Denise was not around?
What thrills Addie about what she hears Dwight say to Hannah?
What does Dwight tell Denise he has been offered?
What does Ms. Rivera ask Addie that causes Addie to feel nervous?
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What was the SNCC?
What was the Albany Movement?
Which is not true about Lester Maddox?
The following were important events that showed success of Civil Rights movement except:
Andrew Young had a great impact on the state of GA because
Which of the following statements best describes beginning teachers’ beliefs about their teaching ability? Beginning teachers:
Which of the following statements best describes the importance of knowledge of content (such as knowledge of history) in being an effective teacher?
With respect to instructors’ opinions, which of the following is the most important reason for students attending all classes and being on time?
A collection of work samples from your teacher preparation program that you can submit to document your skills and abilities when you apply for a teaching position is best described as a:
Which of the following best describes the primary purpose for creating a professional portfolio?
For which of the following are job opportunities likely to be the greatest?
Consider the relationship between the use of standard English and interviewing effectively. Which of the following is the most accurate statement?
A shorter route to teaching for those who already possess a bachelor’s degree best describes which of the following?
Which of the following statements best describes the number of new teachers who leave the profession by the end of their second year of teaching?
Which of the following is the least helpful suggestion for surviving in your first year of teaching?
Which of the following suggestions WON'T help you get your first day of teaching off to a good start?
The process of gathering information about a teacher’s competence for the purpose of making decisions about retention and promotion is best described as:
Which of the following is the best description of formative evaluation? The process of:
Experienced teachers who provide guidance and support for beginning teachers are most commonly called:
The small percentage of cultural minorities in the teaching force has some school leaders concerned. Which of the following is the most commonly cited reason for this concern? Research indicates that:
Which of the following is the best description of the statement, “The teacher understands how children learn and develop and can provide learning opportunities that support their intellectual, social and personal development”?
“Special recognition by a professional organization indicating that an individual has met certain requirements specified by the organization” best describes which of the following?
Which of the following best describes the goals of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards?
The process of identifying a specific, school-related question and gathering information to try to answer it is best described as:
When conducting action research, after identifying and diagnosing a problem that is important to you, the next step is to:
Which car in a race has the lowest average speed?
What information is needed to estimate the amount of potential energy of an object on a shelf?
How do you know whether or not a person is working?
When does an object have the least amount of kinetic energy?
How does a can opener make it easier to open a can?
Which simple machine increases the distance over which a load travels and reduces the needed force?
Which simple machines are used to form a wheelbarrow?
Which simple machine is most efficient for lifting objects high off the ground?
The amount of work done on an object is obtained by multiplying
The rate at which work is done is called
Which material should be used to build a racetrack that will allow toy cars to travel fast
What will happen if a magnet is placed next to a pile of steel paper clips
As a roller coaster car travels down a hill, which type of change in energy allows it to speed up
Which form of energy does a car's engine convert into mechanical energy?
Which type of energy is changed by plants into chemical energy?
Two skaters apply a different amount of force while skating together. Which term describes the result of the combined force?
Which direction will an object move when two different forces are applied to it?
What happens when an object slows down?
Which statement is true about the work done in lifting a box?
What type of energy does an object have when it is not in motion?
A great city in germany has been divided by a barrier built to separate the communist from the capitalists
The roads leading to a great city of Germany have been cut off, thus blocking the import of much needed supplies.
Block the roads you can, but supplies can still be delivered from planes passing by in the sky above
The United States commits itself to the rebuilding of Europe with this program.
Oh no! The United States must be on the alert now that the Soviet Union has found a site for its weapons of mass destruction on an island 90 miles away from Florida.
The United States and the Soviet Union never actually fought in war because they feared that if they did, their nations would both certainly be destroyed.
During the Cold War, the United States and the Soviet Union engaged in the common practice of employing undercover agents to try and unravel the secrets of the enemy.
Though the United States and the Soviet Union never fought each other battle, other parties associated with the Cold War conflict actually did engage in fighting.
The Soviet Union commits itself to preventing the spread of capitalism into socialist countries.
In the 1970's, the Soviet Union and the United States came together with other countries of the world to discuss the control and possession of nuclear weapons.
The countries of the Cold War conflict signed this agreement to pursue more friendly interactions
Knowing that war was imminent, NATO commissioned the training of soldiers in Eastern Europe
Which of the following are eukaryotic cells (have a nucleus)?
Humans are in this kingdom:
Which of the following is true of DNA:
Humans have this many chromosomes:
This term means meat eater:
Type of organism that eats both plants and animals:
Which of the following is the cheetah adapted for?
When an organism blends in with its environment it is called:
If an organism only ate fruits and grasses it would be a:
An organisms genetic makeup is called its:
An example of warning coloration would be:
An example of mimicry would be:
An example of a vestigial organ would be:
What was Old Major's dream?
What country is the novel's setting?
Who is the real enemy?
Which one of these was NOT one of the 7 things that Old Major said the animals must NEVER do?
What broke up the meeting in the barn?
What happened to Old Major?
What is animalism?
What brought about the rebellion?
What was thrown on the fire?
What happened to the milk?
What was Boxer's motto?
What are the symbols used on the green flag of the future Republic of the Animals?
What happened on Sundays?
Who did the animals use to spread the word of the rebellion to the other farms?
Which animal can be compared to Julius Caesar?
What keeps the animals motivated to do more work?
This type of fossil starts as a mold, but sediment seeps in and fills the space in the mold.
When a plant or animal is coverd by layers of sediment. After the sediment turns into rock, a hollow space is left in the rock.
Tracks or plant parts left in the mud that hardens into rock.
Minerals in the groundwater slowly fill in or replace bones or parts of a plant.
Why are fossils not the actual bones of an ancient animal?
What is one Missouri fossil that proves that Missouri was coverd by an ocean millions of years ago?
Describe a crinoid.
What is a gastropod similar to?
Trilobites are like these creatures that live today.
Bi-Valve Fossils are similar to these creatures.
She took pictures.
They scored a point
She played the piano
You looked for information
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What does Addie say about mid-December?
What does Addie tell Denise Addie will be doing on Halloween?
How does Denise react to the idea of Addie spending Thanksgiving weekend with Dwight?
How do Soula and Elliot act to Addie?
How many steps are there to get to anywhere in the house?
Why does Addie not read in Soula's store?
How does Dwight react when he learns Denise is gone?
What is Soula doing when Addie finds her?
Why does Addie feel sad as she watches Hannah and Dwight put Brynna and Katie to bed?
Who is Hannah?
Why does Addie invite Hannah to sit by the fire after dinner?
What do Helena and her mom bring to Grandio's farm?
Who is Pete?
What does Dwight say that makes Addie feel devasted?
Where does Addie move when the book begins?
What does Addie find when she returns home after showing off her hamster?
Absolute value
An algebraic expression does not include which of the following?
In order to find the median of a set of data, we...
Which shows and example of the Identity Property of Addition
In order to multiply numbers with the same base, and different exponents, you...
In order to divide numbers with the same base, and different exponents, you...
What is the first step in the order of operations?
How can we write an algrbraic expression for 5 less than a number (n)
-7 - (-3)
building block of matter
Part of atom with positive charge
definite volume but NOT definite shape
state with the bigger energy
part of an atom with no charge
anything that has mass and take up space
pure substance form of one kind of atom
nucleous of the atom
two elements joint chemically
two substances mix physically, each one keep its properties
Aluminum (Al)
Neon gas, lightning, sun, stars
state of matter in which particles can flow or move
cause change of states in matter and make particles move
orange juice, baby, pencil
Under the Equal-Field System, the Tang government
One cause for Tang decline during the mid-eighth century was that
Compared with the Tang dynasty, the Song dynasty was
Fast-ripening (Champa) rice
The practice of foot binding
Which of the following was NOT a major technological innovation of Tang and Song China?
In order for Buddhism to be accepted in China, Chinese Buddhists
The earliest phases of Japanese history included
In medieval Japan, professional warriors were called
Which of the following does NOT describe the Sui dynasty?
The way of writing a number as the sum of the values of its digits.
A period separating the ones and the tenths in a decimal number.
A system for writing numbers. In this system, the position of a digit determines its value.
A number that has a digit in the tenths place, hundredths place, and/or beyond.
Decimals that have the same value.
A chart that shows the value of the digits in a number.
The usual or common way to write a number.
Any one of the numbers 0, 1, 2, 3...
The name given to each group of three digits in a place-value chart.
The position of a digit in a number.
VA developed a dependable source of income for itself by growing...
The new colonies in America only exist to help their mother country (England) make a profit. This person believes in which of the following philosophies?
How did the colonies in New England make an economic profit?
The document that the Pilgrims drafted on their way over to North America was called...
What geographic factor drew many settlers to the Southern Colonies?
The start of representative government in North America started in which colony?
When citizens elect a representative to make laws for them.
When citizens vote on the laws and issues themselves.
Jamestown VA was founded and colonized for which reason?
Which colony is not located in New England?
Philosophers are great thinkers who seek truth and wisdom.
Plato started a school in ancient Greece called the Academy.
The Hellenistic period refers to when Greek culture began to blend with other Middle Eastern cultures.
Plato was the student of
The Olympic Games were held every TEN years.
War and trade STOPPED during the Olympics.
Hippocrates developed a code of ethical conduct for doctors that is an
Aristotle believed knowledge was gained through observation using the SENSES.
Philip II was the king of
Alexander's main goal was to SPREAD Greek culture throughout his new empire.
Who was was the scientist during the Hellenistic period that calculated the Earth’s circumference?
Who thought good hygiene was important and that sickness was caused by diseases that could be treated with medicine?
Who was the king of Macedonia that conquered most of the Greek city-states, but was assassinated before he could attack Persia. His killer was most likely an agent of Persia or someone hired by his first wife, Olympias.
Who wrote a play called Oedipus Rex and believed that human suffering is an unavoidable part of life?
The Elements of Geometry book was written by EUCLID.
Philosophy and logic are important because they were the beginning of scientific thought.
Who invented the cylander screw and compound pulley?
Stoics like Zeno believed
Who believed water was the basic substance of everything on Earth?
Euclid and Pythagoras were experts in geometry which is a branch of
Dividend Reinvestment: Ex .A person owns a stock that pays a $2.00 a share dividend. If the person chooses to reinvest that dividend, this means that the $2.00 will go toward buying
Groups of stocks, bonds, and other investments managed by an investment firm
Are insured by National Credit Union Association (NCUA)
Function as cash and are easily replaced if lost
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Odysseus proved he was cunning by
Odysseus proved to his wife that he was truly her husband when he
The suitors show that they are
In total, Odysseus has been away from home for
The term heterogeneous means
Three species of birds on an island. Bird A has a heavy bill for eating seeds. Bird B has a pointed bill for eating insects. Bird C has a sharp bill for eating insects and seeds. If all insects suddenly disappeared, which would be least affected
Which of the following would most help Marie keep thorough and accurate records for her science project?
A biologist notices a species of moth has either dark or light coloration. In a certain area where the tree bark is dark, birds tend to eat the light moths more than the dar moths. Which of the following is a reasonable conclusion?
The amount of matter present before a change is the same as the amount present after a change. This principle is called
What happens during the chemical reaction shown by this equation? Mg+Br2 -=MgBR2
Two populations have developed into two species when
Which of the following applies to a correctly balanced chemical equation?
Matter composed of two or more pure substances is always
A scientist notices that lichen are growing only on 1 side of all of the rocks in an area. How might the scientist test her idea that the lichen's growth pattern depends on the position of the growing surface?
The force that works against motion is
A push or pull is a
Which of the following is NOT a type of force
The force that causes objects to be pulled toward the Earth is known as
According to the concept of inertia, an object will continue to move until
An object will move more easily across a smooth surface, such as glass, than a rough surface. This is because the smooth surface has
TWO students push on a box in the same direction, and ONE pushes in the opposite direction. What is the net force on the box if each pushes with a force of 50N?
When a force is exerted on a box, an equal and opposite force is exerted by the box. These forces are called _______________
The size of the gravitational force between two objects depends on their
Which statement about weight of an object is correct?
Which of these elements is the most reactive?
How might a scientist accendentally introduce bias into an experiment?
Which of these is an example of a technology designed to meet an economic need?
The ability of substances to combine and form new substances is called
The process in which populations die out without leaving descendents is called
What ion is produced in solution by every acid?
The universal law of gravitation state that the movements of the planets around the sun depend on
The alkali metals are in group 1 in the Periodic Table. The atoms of alkali metals have 1 electron in the outmost level. Which of the following statements about alkali metals is true?
In a laboratory investigation on changes in states of matter, Melissa observes that the melting point of water is 0 Celsius and that the freezing point of water is 0 Celsius. What can Melissa conclude from this observation?
When a chemical reaction occurs, atoms are never
______ will help you decorate the gym for the costume party?
_________ did you call?
___________ can pick up refreshments?
From _________ do we get the money to pay for them?
With ________ are you going?
_________ will help me study tonight?
From ________ did you get that idea?
___________ broke my camera?
_________ should she trust?
_________ will the coach put at short stop?
How many atoms are represented in the formula CaCO3?
What do you end up with if you cut a magnet in half?
Which of these changes would increase the strength of an electromagnet?
Which of these drinks is the strongest acid?
What is one of the properties of a strong base?
Which of the following elements is the least reactive?
Which of these materials is a chemical compound?
A certain substance has a definite shape and volume, and its particles do not move fast enough to overcome the attraction between them. What do these properties indicate about the state of the substance?
During field investigations of undisturbed rock layers, scientists can assume that the relative age of a rock layer is probably
Which of these is an example of technology?
Sound is a disturbance that travels through a medium as a
The speed of sound depends on
The pitch of a sound that you hear depends on the sound wave’s
How are Earthquakes, sound, and light waves alike?
Which best explains the relationship between the speed of sound and the medium through which it passes?
If you add thicker strings to your guitar. What does that do?
When sound travels through air the air particles
Sound waves do not travel through
The speed of sound in medium depends upon
An example of longitudinal mechanical wave is
The higher the frequency of the wave
Sound waves travel faster in
Waves with longer wavelengths have
During an earthquake, three types of waves are created. All three waves arrive at a seismograph station at different times because
What is the relationship between eyesight and light?
Which best explains the relationship between the electromagnetic spectrum and sight?
Radio waves are part of electromagnetic spectrum. Radio waves are considered low frequency and low energy waves because
Which of the following actions would not help maintain biodiversity?
How do branching diagrams help scientists analyze fossils and living organisms?
Which of the following is true about flammability?
An element is shiny, brittle, and a poor conductor of electricity. Which of the following is the best classification for the element?
Which animals on a branching diagram are the most closely related?
A Siberian Tiger and a common house cat do not belong to the same
What is the source of the magnetic field of a sloenoid?
Biological classification schemes change
Which of these is the best description of what type of scientists work with engineers to develop new technologies?
Why does Jupiter's gravity have a tiny effect on Earth even though it is the largest planet?
A force can be best defined as
An object at rest will remain at rest and an object in motion will remain in motion describes
Which of the following is an example of unbalanced forces?
What is the net force on a car if the forward force is 20N and the friction force acting on it is 5N?
Newton's 3rd Law of Motion states that
A baseball hit with a bat flies farther than a bowling ball hit with a bat. This is an example of
A soccer ball continues to roll until it hits something. This is an example of
You are in a boat and you paddle the water back with your oar. The boat moves forward. This is an example of
____________ is the tendency of an object to keep moving or stay at rest.
A book on your desk stays still because the force of gravity is balanced by
What was probably the most important issue in Georgia politics between the years 1946-1968?
What was an important factor of the 1946 governor's race to the civil Rights Movement?
Which events showed GA's resistance to integration?
Who spoke out against segregation in the 1940s, was Pres. of Morehouse College, and mentor to MLK?
Brown v. Board of Educ. decision stated
How did the General Assembly show opposition to desegration?
What was commissioned in 1960 to decide what to do about integration in Georgia?
What was the commission's decision?
For his efforts in the Civil rights Movement he was given the Nobel Peach Prize and later assassinated.
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consumer reports the theft or loss of an ATM or debit card within two business days, he/she is liable for not more than $50 of unauthorized purchases. If reported within 60 days, the consumer is liable for up to $500 of unauthorized purchases.
If you have been denied credit, a job, a license, an insurance policy, or a loan based on your credit report. You are entitled to receive a free copy of that credit report within how many days of denial?
Before the Kiss Corporation can issue stocks or bonds, it must register the issue with:
S P 500, Dow Jones and Nasdaq are examples of ___________
Which of the following is considered to be open-end credit
issued by the U.S. government and are sold for 50% of their face value and are exempt from taxes
The brokerage firm is lending you money to buy stocks when you are buying on________
cousin (male)
My cousin is named Sally
I have brown hair.
The branch of the government that makes the laws.
The branch of the government whose job it is is to determine if a law is constitutional or not
The chief executive of the United States.
If the Pesident dies in office he is suceeded by whom.
The person that is the Head of the House of Represenatives.
The final Court of Appeal in our Judicial System.
Which is the correct order of answers to the following question?How old must a person be to be in the Senate, House of Represenatives and President?
What is the term limit for a Supreme Court Justice?
What is the term for a member of the house of represenatives?
What is the term for a senator?
When a sample of oxygen gas in a closed container of constant volume is heated until its absolute temperature is doubled, which of the following is also doubled?
The density of an unknown gas is 4.20 grams per liter at 3.00 atmospheres pressure and 127 °C. What is the molecular weight of this gas? (R = 0.0821 L-atm / mole-K)
Equal masses of three different ideal gases, X, Y, and Z, are mixed in a sealed rigid container. If the temperature of the system remains constant, which of the following statements about the partial pressure of gas X is correct?
Two flexible containers for gases are at the same temperature and pressure. One holds 0.50 grams of hydrogen and the other holds 8.0 grams of oxygen. Which of the following statements regarding these gas samples is FALSE?
When the actual gas volume is greater than the volume predicted by the ideal gas law, the explanation lies in the fact that the ideal gas law does NOT include a factor for molecular…
A compound is heated to produce a gas whose molecular weight is to be determined. The gas is collected by displacing water in a water-filled flask inverted in a trough of water. Which of the following is necessary to calculate the molecular weight of
A sample of 9.00 grams of aluminum metal is added to an excess of hydrochloric acid. The volume of hydrogen gas produced at standard temperature and pressure is…
A gaseous mixture containing 7.0 moles of nitrogen, 2.5 moles of oxygen, and 0.50 mole of helium exerts a total pressure of 0.90 atmospheres. What is the partial pressure of the nitrogen?
A sample of 0.010 moles of oxygen gas is confined at 127 °C and 0.80 atmospheres. What would be the pressure of this sample at 27 °C and the same volume?
Hydrogen gas is collected over water at 24 °C. The total pressure of the sample is 755 millimeters of mercury. At 24 °C, the vapor pressure of water is 22 millimeters of mercury. What is the partial pressure of the hydrogen gas?
The art style of ancient Greece that used simplistic beauty was called
Thucydides was a factual historian who
The science of thinking and reasoning is called
Zeno was the founder of
The compound pulley and cylinder screw were invented by
Sophists were not
Political science refers to the detailed study of government.
In ancient Greece, these were specially designed to maximize acoustics so that thousands of people could hear a performance no matter where they sat in the audience.
PHIDIAS was the sculptor responsible for the Parthenon’s statues including “Athena”.
After Alexander's death, his generals divided up his huge empire into DOMAINS.
A tall Greek vase with two handles that was often painted on was called a(n)
A place used for religious worship is a
Who explained the scientific principle of buoyancy and demonstrated the use of the lever. He also invented the cylinder-screw and compound pulley which moves heavy objects easily?
Hippocrates believed people got sick because they did something to anger the gods and were cursed.
Philosophers were seekers of wisdom who
The 3 most famous philosophers of Ancient Greece were Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle.
Plato's school was called the Lyceum.
Macedonia was a kingdom located to the north of Greece.
This Greek philosopher established one of the most famous schools in ancient times called the Academy.
In ancient Greece, trade and war stopped while what was going on?
During the Golden Age, Greek artists excelled in
To make the columns of the Parthenon appear straight from multiple perspectives, Greek architects designed them to be
“Great thinkers” of Ancient Greece who sought truth and wisdom are known as philosophers.
A teacher using the Socratic Method would ask questions and force students to defend their statements
Zeno developed the ethical code of conduct for medical care that is recited as an oath and still practiced by doctors today.
Alexander The Great made what place the capital of his huge empire?
Socrates was put to death for “corrupting the young” and “betraying the gods”.
Cynicism is the belief that happiness comes from living simply in accordance with nature.
Professional teachers who were paid to teach just one or two things were called
The Golden Age of Greece was a time period between the Persian Wars and the Peloponnesian War.
Who was the first prominent Greek scientist; believed WATER makes up everything?
HERODOTUS was the “father of history” who wrote about the Persian War
Comedies and Tragedies were plays that were usually performed in
Who was sculptor of the Golden Age who made the “Discus Thrower” statue?
The first thing Alexander did when he became king was to invade China.
The Egyptians made Alexander a Pharoh.
Epicurus believed people should avoid joy and pain, live quietly and ignore politics.
After the Peloponnesian War, most of the Greek city-states were weak and tired of fighting.
The quality of being honest and fair
How much of your life is spent on the job?
It's not what you know, it's who you know is talking about what softskill?
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The Puritans saw God as a ____________.
Who wrote The Crucible?
Who is Reverend Parris' slave?
How many of Ann Putnam's babies were murdered by unnatural causes
Who is the current maid of John and Elizabeth Proctor?
What month did Betty and Abigail begin to have fits?
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