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Who was pressed to death by stones?
Why was Elizabeth's hanging postponed?
Who was the main judge during the trials?
What year did the Salem Witch Trials take place?
Witches and Wizards couldn't recite the ______.
Where was Tituba born?
What is the name of the court commissioned to try accused witches in Salem?
Where was the place that the convicted witches were taken to be executed?
Witnesses often testified that an accused witch asked them to sign what?
Indian removal act relocated thousands of Cherokees to Indian territory because
Which of the following names is often given to the journey of African Americans who were brought to the Americas as slaves?
Which statement best describes the location of factories in new England in the 1800's?
The US grew as industrial jobs increased. What new development made mass production possible?
Which reason best explains why Anti-Federalists finally agreed to the radification of Constitution
What was the first major goal of President Lincoln?
The term secession refers to which action taken by southern states before the American Civil War?
Which action abolished slavery?
A violation of civil rights that occurred during World War 2 was:
The court case Brown v Board of Education made this illegal?
Which of these is an example of a chemical change?
When two populations can no longer interbreed, they have
A mixture composed of substances that are spread evenly throughout is called
How does adaptation help an organism?
Fossil records can reveal changes in the environment over time. Scientists have found fossils of marine animals on the tops of mountains in Canada. What does this tell us about the history of the environment in that area?
Modern scientific explanations of how species have changed over time
What is necessary for a substance to burn?
Which one of the following in the Periodic Table of Elements tells the physical state of an element at room temperature?
Which of the following statements best describes the particles of a liquid?
When using a triple-beam balance to measure mass, which is not necessary to get an accurate reading?
This appliance is used to make stir fry
This appliance was originally created to soften hard bread to make it able to be eaten
With a hot plate on top and bottom, this appliance cooks the food’s top and bottom at the same time so you can get your burgers, steaks, and chicken even faster!
If this appliance is not correctly put together, you could get liquid all over the counter
At one point in history, this appliance was the inspiration to make the bottom soles on shoes!
This term means that you can put the appliance fully in water
A common temperature that you would set your wok to is
When setting the foods in your slow cooker follow this guideline
When layering your ingredients in the bread maker, follow this order from the bottom to the top
Once you start the bread maker you are not allowed to stop it without making the machine’s setting start over at the first cycle
A tip for using the deep fat fryer is to
When using the fondue pot some safety precautions that need to be taken into consideration are
Materials that should not be used in the microwave are
This knife is ideal for small hand tasks and coring fruit
The knife with an edge that looks like a saw is the
The Santoku knife is different from the chef’s knife because
When you want to maintain the edge of your knives (get rid of nicks, burs and jags) use a
The grip we use to hold onto our food when cutting is called
Never put knives in the sink until they are ready to be washed
The knife with the flexible blade to curve around meat and bones is the
What is/are the primary materials used for cutting boards in a culinary kitchen?
The part of the blade that goes into the handle of the knife (sometimes the entire way through) is called the
Cutting food pieces of an undefined size is called a
The cut that looks like little squared strips (almost like a mini French fry) is called
The brunoise is a perpendicular cut from this other style of a cut (you use this other style to get the brunoise cut)
The cut that is used to cut leafy herbs and vegetables (into ribbons) is
What is the function of the cell wall
What molecule is moving during osmosis
Which is not an example of passive transport
Which is not a difference in Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes
Which organelle produces ATP
Which organelle packages and ships materials prior to export out of the cell?
Which organelle is only found in photosynthetic organisms?
What is the process of maintaining a constant internal environment called?
Which of the following refers to both prokaryotes and eukaryotes
Which of the following process requires energy
A change that affects the physical properties but not the identity of a substance is
Which of the following is an example of a suspension
What is the first step of a scientific investigation?
Which of the following soil properties influences how nutrients can be dissolved in soil?
Why does it take longer for Jupiter to orbit the sun than for the Earth?
Smog is a type of air pollution traditionally defined as a combination of smoke and fog. When composed of particles that are too small to settle out, smog can be considered
A beach, a cloud, and the air we breathe are examples of
A change that affects the appearance or state of a substance, but not its identity is a
Why do scientists compare fossils with living organisms?
What evidence do fossils provide scientists in relation to extinction?
Who helps Odyssey in the battle against the suitors?
An elaborate comparison of unlike subjects using As... So.
Calling on, or asking the goddesses for creative help
A descriptive phrase used to characterize someone
A writing technique; the story begins in the middle of things
Told his men not to worry while hurling insults at an angry Cyclops
Beautiful creatures that lure sailors to their death by singing
Monster that lives next to Charybdis and ate 6 men
Became very angry when his cattle were eaten
Locked Odysseus in a cave, and asked his father to curse him
Sunk Odysseus' ship because the other gods complained
Suitor who won't give Odysseus food and threw a chair at him
Odysseus' son who fought with him against the suitors
Odysseus wandered the seas for ten years because...
The effect of the Lotus plant on Odysseus' men is most similarto the effct of
After the Cyclops was blinded, Odysseus and his mean escaped by
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Willingness to accept an obligation and to be accountable for an action or situation.
Cooperative or coordinated effort on the part of a group of persons acting together as a team or in the interests of a common cause
A code that governs the expectations of social behavior in a workplace, in a group or a society.
Gestures and facial expressions, that do no involve verbal communication but which may include nonverbal aspects of speech itself
Arriving or doing something at the expected or planned time
Negative attitude toward a person or group.
Communication by means of written letters, words, or symbols.
What comes between the inside address and the body
What comes before the inside address
This identifies the company information
This has a puncutation of a comma
This has a punctuation of a colon
How much space is between the date and inside address
How much space between the salutation and the first paragraph
What is the left and right margin
What is the line spacing
I have space that I can not change, what to do
You want to flip a picture
You want to make 3 seperate pictures into one picture
You want to move a picture on top of a shape, which wrap text
I want a shape of an arrow, which group
The lage capital A indicates
When you change a theme to APEX, how do you know that it took into effect
You want ot change the top margin to 1 in, which tab
When you add a shape into Word, your pointer turns into a
You have a table and want to move from one row to another.. how
When you add a table, which 2 new tabs appear
to give support or maintain loyalty; to hold fast, stick
A capacity to learn, a natural ability or talent
training or upbringing
being aware and sharing another person's feelings and experiences
to inflict punishment on
to chuckle in satisfaction
to take away peace and tranquility
a hidden supply or fund stored up
agitated with doubt or mental conflict
one's usual mood or attitude
Mr. Cowan is wants to key a document but he remembers that in layout of desktop publishing he has to consider these publications varies according to the document. Which of the following is the correct consideration?
Tom keys a document that has a template that has lines to indicate the space between the edge of the page and the document content. These are called:
Ms. Bazemore is keying a document that has a template that has lines to ensure consistent placement of logos, graphics and other objects throughout multiple documents. These are called:
Ms. Baker uses certain lines to control the flow of text within columns and keep text out of the gutter (space between columns). These are called:
Mr. Anthony is using desktop publishing and would like to know the name for the spaces that are between columns of publication. These are called:
Ms. Hill uses a pre-formatted layout which may contain a color scheme, font scheme, picture and preset margins. These are considered to be:
Ms. Smith makes use of the feature print preview to see a mockup or dummy page of her desktop publishing document. This document is also known as:
Mr. Lee is preparing a cartoon page for a magazine for the children. He utilizes is considering putting in some written information but he does not want to use a balloon instead he can insert/use:
Ms. Sam makes use of the feature print preview to see a prototype or dummy page of her desktop publishing document. This document is also known as:
A premade image of an arrowhead is inserted in a presentation. The image type is MOST LIKELY classified as:
Ms. Smith makes enhancement of his logo with the use of a denim-like background. This is an example of which element of design?
Ms. Max develop a publication and insert his school’s logo in each corner of every page. This is an example of which design principle?
Ms. John want to expand the space between the three underlined letters in the word Soloist. Which type of effect should he use?
Ms. Smith makes use of the feature print preview to see a mockup or proto-type page of her desktop publishing document. This document is also known as:
Ms. Smith wants to know the name of the graphic that is created by a graphic artist that was used in a painting?
Which element of design shows a heaviness of appeal especially when in a darker shade?
bob used guideline to make the columns align consistently throughout his publication. This guidelines are an example of a:
john uses the computer to view his completed document so that he can see errors in layout and grammar before printing. this is an example of
ozzy wants to create a list of all the article in the school newspaper along with the page numbers. He should create a:
Ms. Pearl uses an instrument known a callout to label or identify parts of an illustration which can be made in the form of a balloon. The other name for callouts is:
What continent is Peru found on?
What continent is Luxembourg found on?
What continent is Belize found on?
What continent is Taiwan found on?
What continent is Tasmania found on?
What continent is Paraguay found on?
What continent is Sudan found on?
What continent is India found on?
What continent is Ireland found on?
What continent is Kenya found on?
Which is NOT found on Africa?
Which is NOT found on Europe?
Which is NOT found on Australia
Which is NOT found on North America?
Which is NOT found on Asia
Why is it rare for a theory to be thrown out entirely? (For example if a new piece of evidence doesn't fit.)
Why do scientific theories change?
Which of the following is an example of a theory?
Why do scientists review and replicate their peers' work?
This is a scientific explanation based on many observations during repeated experiments:
This is a scientific explanation is a basic fact that describes the behavior of natural phenomenon:
A scientific law or theory is discarded if
Which of the following would be most likely to be believed by the scientific community?
Most people in 1492 believed the Earth was flat. Columbus looked for a new trade route. Which of the following would be an appropriate model for Columbus to use to navigate the Atlantic Ocean?
Models in science can be a math equation, computer program, or a physical representation.
Um som quanto à altura pode ser:
Um som quanto à intensidade pode ser:
A intensidade de um som está relacionado com:
A altura de um som está relacionada com:
Um som alto tem:
Uma onda sonora de elevada frequência origina um som:
Uma onda sonora de elevada amplitude origina um som:
A amplitude de uma onda é:
A unidade SI de frequência é:
Uma onda que efetua 2 vibrações em 0,5 s tem de frequência:
How many possible doorways can a person use to enter the computer lab
What is NOT painted on the multi-purpose room wall?
How many stairway landings are found in the stairwell next to Mrs. Buckley's room?
What year was the 4-5 grade wing first opened for use?
On the corner wall, between the girls' bathroom, computer lab, and art room...... what is there a mural of?
How many water fountains are found in the middle school?
How many rooms are their in the office area next to the main office?
What color are the stage curtains?
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Which detail best proves that Nemo's dad is over-cautious?
Which detail best proves that Bruno's mom has a big heart?
Which of the following texts is a persuasive text?
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James left his home and it took him 0.4 hours to walk 3 miles down a trail. It took James 0.5 hours to walk back down the trail on the same path. What is his average rate for the combined trip?
What is one indicator that you will need two DRT problems?
How do you change hours to minutes?
What unit will you time be if your rate is in miles per hour
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When finding unit rates, what always goes on top?
Who has the authority to govern according to the Declaration of Independence?
Who did the Bitish Parliament think had legal authority in the colonies?
Who did the colonists believe had legal authority in the colonies?
Parliament believed it had a right to tax the colonies.
The colonists believed Parliament had a right to tax them.
The Declaration of Independence states that people have the right to ______.
WHy did the colonists oppose paying taxes to Great Britain?
The Declaration of Independence gave reasons for ________.
Great Britain was known before as ___________.
The Declaration of Independence states that all people are _______.
What's the first step in the mummification process?
What is the meaning of the word embalmer?
Why were bodies covered in salt?
Which step in the mummification process comes before placing the body in a coffin?
What can you infer from the passage?
Mummification is a word for describing what process?
This passage is mainly about
Which step comes last in the sequence described in the passage?
The second paragraph is mostly about
Which detail supports the idea that the heart was important?
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Which action would determine a penalty or award in a game?
Take a deck of index cards and write a single idea on each one, now pair the cards.
a primary objective category for Darts is
digital games, by their nature
Essentially, this pattern is a single-player game played in the company of others
Game system that clearly defines that which is within the game vs. that which is outside the game
The game of Super Mario Brothers: rescue princess toadstool from the evil Bowser by completing all eight worlds is an example of a _______ game objective
Three aces and 2 jacks in poker is an example of
What game procedure is characterized by the statement The play alternates until one of the players gets four checkers of his color in a row'
Challenging the player by forcing them to employ a particular skill or range of skills causes:
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tang, ting, tag, tig, tact
fac, fact, fect, -fic, -fy
sap, sip
illness
prepare, ward off
lead
gold
anim
sleep, dream
Root- Aur
Root- Ocul
-fer, -ferous
Root-cern, cert, cret
Root- sap; sip
Root- far
Root- fac,fact,fect,-fic,-fy
Prefix- quasi-
Root- mort
Root- mord;mors
Root- morb
Suffix- para, par; pair
mor
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Root- torp
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How many vending machines exist in this building?
How many fence gates are on the Middle School campus?
The district office was once used for what subject?
What animal has Mr. Huggins NEVER seen on the Middle School property?
If you are in room 206, where should you go for a fire drill?
How many stairwells are in this building?
How many benches are in front of the school?
La Agencia de Viajes
Viajar
El Boleto
El Aeropuerto
El Reclamo de Equipaje
La Puerta
La Llegada
La Salida
La Parada de Autobús
Hacer la Maleta
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How many donations are needed per day in order to keep the blood bank in our area full?
Which of the following below could require a blood transfusion?
Can I get the HIV virus by donating blood?
How often can I donate?
Do I have enough blood to spare?
Is there a substitute for donated blood?
What is the youngest age you can donate blood at?
How long does the blood donation procedure itself take?
What should I do before I donate blood?
Are there any travel or prescription medication restrictions that can affect my eligibility to donate?
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New Jersey's natural regions were shaped by ____.
The Appalachian Ridge and Valley region lies in the _____ corner of New Jersey.
The Appalachian Mountain chain begins in _____ and stretches to Canada.
The _____ is formed where the Delaware River cuts a deep gap, or pass, through the mountains.
The _____ region lies east of the Appalachans
Many of the state's major rivers flow through the Piedmont region. These inlude the _____, the Passaic, and the Hackensack rivers.
Because of the rich soil, the Inner Coastal Plain has _____, diaries an vegetable farms.
The _____ are a oak and pine forest in New Jersey.
The eastern edge of th Outer Coastal Plain runs along the _____.
The southern tip of New Jersey is a coastal town named _____.
Why was the French alliance a major turning point in the Revolutionary War?
Why were the Mecklenburg Resolves important?
Why were the colonies taxed after the French and Indian war?
What was the purpose of the Sons of Liberty?
Officially what was the end to the revolutionary War?
Who were the regulators?
What was the Edenton Tea Party?
What did the Articles of Confederation do?
At the meeting of the Continental Congress
Why did the colonist begin to boycott British goods
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the 50 foot long bridge at Moores Creek made of logs and planks
the conflict between the East and west involved
The NC Constitution, adopted December 18, 1776 did not include
The Revolutionary War ended when Cornwallis surrendered to George Washington at
hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.
What does certain unalienable rights mean?
Which of the following ideas is not reflected in the Declaration of Independence
Who was the first president of the United States
What was the first Governor of North Carolina (not colony)
Where was the first state capital of North Carolina located
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Mis bussiga saab kesklinnast Viimsisse?
kuidas saab Mustamäe haiglasse?
kus kohas asub subway?
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milline neist jookidest ei ole tervislik?
Dalton's atomic theory includes which idea?
What particles form the nucleus of an atom?
Which statement about the discovery of electrons is true?
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A bird species feeds on the seeds of a particular tree. A drought causes the outer covering of the seeds to become thicker and harder. After many generations of drought, what is the MOST LIKEL Y effect of this change on the birds?
What happens if an environment changes and a population in that environment has no adaptations for the new environment?
Which pair of organ systems work together to fight viral diseases such as the Ou?
Which of these cell structures is involved in the inheritance of traits?
Three finch species observed by Charles Darwin on the Galapagos Islands each had different beak shapes. Which statement is MOST LIKELY true about these finches?
Chickens are a _______
Roosters are _______________.
Hens are ______________.
Chickens come from ________.
People take ____________into their home.
Dogs wag their ____________.
For many days our ship was ______at sea.
The ship had ____________something.
I begged the _______________ to wait for us.
Water __________in.
Oranges are a ______.
_________grow on trees.
Oranges are __________.
Dolphins are ________________
Dophins are related to the __________
Dolphins eat fish and ________.
Dolphins breath with a ______ in the top of their head.
Dolphins are very __________.
Dolphins are __________.
Dolphins can _____________
This 'part of speech' is used to describe a noun.
A type of 'figurative language' that uses extreme exaggeration for emphasis or effect.
A 'part of speech' used to join words or groups of words.
A type of 'figurative language' that appeals to our senses in order to represent objects, actions, and ideas.
A 'part of speech' that is a kind of adjective used before a noun to show whether it refers to something specific or not.
A type of 'figurative language' that is not understood literally. These are usually not understood in different cultures/countries.
A 'part of speech' inserted and used to express emotion - WOW!
A type of 'figurative language' that occurs when the initial sound of words are repeated for poetic effect.
A 'part of speech' used to tell when, where, how, in what manner, or to what extent an action is performed.
The use of words in a way other than their literal meanings, often to add emphasis or say something in a fresh and creative manner.
This is considered a story's main message or moral to the story.
A 'part of speech' that uses a word to replace or stand for a noun.
A type of 'figurative language' used to compare two unlike things. For example: she runs fast as lightening.
A 'part of speech' that uses a word, or group of words, to show a noun's relationship to another word in the sentence. These include: in, on, at, around, before, near, of, for, etc.
This is an important part of a paragraph that introduces the reader to the main idea.
A type of 'figurative language' used to describe animals, ideas, or objects as though they possess human qualities or emotions.
The following is NOT an example of a common noun:
The following is NOT an example of a proper noun:
A type of 'figurative language' that uses a comparison of two unlike things, however, does NOT use the words 'like' or 'as.'
A type of 'figurative language' that uses words whose sounds imitate the sounds of what they describe.
What gas makes up the largest percentage of the air around you?
Heat transfer through direct contact is called
Heat transfer through fluids (air or water) is called
Heat transfer through electromagnetic waves is called
Air moves from areas of _______ pressure to _______ pressure
ROY G BIV represents all the colors of
Feeling the heat from the sun on your face demonstrates
A spoon heating on a hot stove demonstrates
A hot air balloon rising into the air is a demonstration of
Cold air is more dense than warm air
Warm air is less dense and causes air pressure to decrease
The main source of wind energy is
Air heating and rising over the land and circulating back in from the ocean is an example of a
Air heating and rising over the ocean and circulating back from the land is a
There is low pressure at the equator because it is warm
There is low pressure at the North and South Poles because they are cold
The deflection or cuving of global winds due to the Earth's rotation is called
Without convection no air or water would circulate
What is a reference point?
What is speed?
Which motion does not involve acceleration?
What can be found by looking at a car's speedometer?
What kind of speed involves traveling the same distance each second?
Cameron drove his motorcycle 180 miles in 4 1/2 hours. What was his average speed?
A car was moving at 14 m/s. After 30 s, its speed increased to 20 m/s. What was the acceleration during this time?
Which have the same velocity?
Which could be described by the expression 75 mph
On a distance-time graph of the motion of an object, what does a horizontal line represent?
Eli Whitney's cotton gin
During WW I, the United States, Great Britain, and France formed the
Early Spanish settlers went to all of the following areas, EXCEPT
What helped to speed up settlement of the United States in the early 1900s?
In 1867, Canada became a dominion, or a(n)
The Commonwealth of Nations is made up of
William Penn was unusual because
Reconstruction was a plan to
The Louisiana Purchase consisted of all the land
The Indian Removal Act affected Native Americans in which part of the United States?
Ships can travel from Duluth, Minnesota, to the Atlantic Ocean on the
Where was the first permanent English settlement in North America?
Some scientists think people migrated to North America from Asia by
To attract settlers to the Midwest, the United States government gave them free
Who sent Lewis and Clark on their expedition to explore the West?
Why did the United States go to war in World Wa II?
Which of the following was a result of the Industrial Revolution?
Which treaty was signed in 1783 and made American independence official?
Canada's government is a
The purpose of NAFTA is to:
Which of the following is not a way the setting impacts another element of fiction in Finding Nemo?
Which of the following is not a way that the setting of The Lion King affects another element of fiction in the movie?
Which of the following is not a way the setting of Twilight affects another element of fiction of the movie?
Which of the following is not a word you will probaly see to describe Author's Purpose?
Which of the following is a detail you could leave out of a summary of A Knight's Tale?
Which word would you not see on the OAA to replace the term ARGUMENT?
Where will you most likely find the author's thesis?
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Making political contributions, lobbying government, and identifying issues describe how...?
How are individuals who write letters to their Congressmen influencing public policy?
A group of people who share similar points of view and join together to promote that view is...?
Local governments preparing a response for an international health crisis would most likely...?
Which headline best demonstrates the impact of international issues on local governments?
If there was an outbreak of the Swine Flu in the U.S, which local agency would most likely be responsible for vaccinating its citizens?
All of the following are international issues that may require policy decisions by local governments EXCEPT?
Local police use the power of the Patriot Act to gather information on possible terrorists. This demonstrates...?
The federal government has passed several laws aimed at protecting the environment. Which action by local government would best support the federal laws?
Which of the following best demonstrates the media focusing public attention on a specific issue?
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Which of the following is correct concerning subatomic particles?
Select the correct statement about subatomic particles.
The atomic number of an element is the total number of which atomic particles?
The mass number of an element is equal to
How is the number of neutrons in the nucleus of an atom calculated?
An element has an atomic number of 30. How many protons and electrons are in a neutral atom of the element?
Using the periodic table, determine the number of neutrons in carbon.
J.J. Thompson, a British physicist, was the first to identify the
Using his observations, Dalton developed a theory that
Dalton was one of the first scientists to experimentally prove that
Thomson was the first scientist to experimentally question
Thomson's experiments were significant in that they questioned
Rutherford's experiment showed that some substances allowed alpha particles to pass through them ______ frequently. He theorized this happened because the nuclei were ___.
Rutherford's experiment conflicted with Thompson's model because it showed that
J.J. Thomson and Ernest Rutherford would agree that
From our current knowledge of the atom we can conclude that
Which of the following was not a part of Dalton's atomic theory?
Worn out or exhausted; fatigued
Unmoved by appeals for sympathy or forgiveness
To reduce to a helpless position
Serene; free from disturbance
Unshaken in purpose; courageous
Endless; tiresomely long
Without hope; depressed
Awful or ghastly
Having a feeling of extreme joy
Agreement or acceptance
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way
train
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Ice melting
Change in state or phase
Baking bread
Combustion
Matter is not created or destroyed in any physical or chemical change
Who is credited with coming up with the law of conservation of mass
This type of energy is the total energy of the motion of all of the particles
This type of energy is stored in the bonds between atoms
This type of chnage releases energy. Combustion is an example
Substances that undergo chemical change are called
New substances created by chemical reactions are called
Which is NOT evidence of a chemical change
this is a solid that sometimes forms from the mixing of liquidsi
True or False.... All of the atoms present at the start of a reaction must be present at the end
This type of system does not allow matter to enter or leave. A jar over our burning candle is an example.
Which is NOT true of acids
Which is NOT true of bases
This is a substance that will change color when it comes in contact with an acid or a base
The products of neutralization are
This value is neutral on the pH scale
Money earned on a regular basis is called:
Money earned on a regular basis is called:
Paying money for items that are needed is known as:
Paying money for items that are needed is known as:
Setting money aside for future use is called:
Setting money aside for future use is called:
Spending money in the hope of earning more money that is spent is known as:
Spending money in the hope of earning more money that is spent is known as:
Money that is borrowed from a bank is called:
Money that is borrowed from a bank is called:
How will the mass of a rusted iron nail compare with the mass of the same nail before it rusted?
What must occur for a process to be a chemical reaction?
In the chemical reaction in which carbon, hydrogen and oxygen absorb heat and combine to form carbon dioxide and water which of the following is considered to be a reactant?
A measure of how much pulling, or tension, a material can withstand before breaking is-
An engineer is searching for a material to develop a new material to develop a new
Rubber is unusual in that it shrinks or contracts when heated. Warming a rubber ball will-
When you eat an apple, the process of digestion involves-
In which of the following situations does water undergo a change in physical properties?
Which of the following is a chemical property of water?
Which of the following is a chemical change?
The atomic mass of titanium is 47.88 atomic mass units. This atomic mass represents
What information is necessary to determine the atomic mass of the element chlorine?
Which value of an element is calculated using both the mass and the relative abundance of each of the naturally occurring isotopes of this element?
A 100 gram sample of naturally occurring boron contains 19.78 % of B-10 and 80.22 % of B-11. Which numerical setup can be used to determine the atomic mass of naturally occurring B
The atomic mass of element A is 63.6 amu. The only naturally occurring isotopes of element A are A-63 and A-65. The percent abundances of Element A are closest to
Hydrogen has three isotopes with mass numbers of 1,2, and 3 and has an average atomic mass of 1.00794 amu. This information indicates that
The average isotopic mass of chlorine is 35.5. Which mixture of isotopes (shown as percents) produces this average mass?
A sample of element X contains 90% X-35 atoms, 8% X-37 atoms, and 2% X-38 atoms. The average isotopic mass is closest to
Which atom contains exactly 15 protons?
What is the total number of neutrons in an atom of Fluorine-19?
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Which of the following is a physical property of silver?
Which of the following is a chemical property of water?
What is the density of a substance with a mass of 42g and a volume of 6cm3?
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In order for a well to have water in it, the bottom needs to be below the -
The area of land where new water enters an aquifer is called the -
Which of the following is likely to be the most permeable?
What is the meaning of the word orbit?
Which type of planets have rings?
Which planet does NOT have a ring around it?
Which planet is farthest from the sun?
Which planet is called the Red Planet?
Which planet's rings are thick enough to be seen from Earth?
Although Mercury is the closest planet to the sun, which planet is the hottest?
How many planets are in the solar system?
Why is Neptune the coldest planet?
Why is Earth the only planet that has life?
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Which of the following describes a property of bases?
What are the products of a neutralization reaction?
How does an increase in hydronium ions affect the pH of a solution?
The magnetic field of a solenoid can be increased by
Most of the charged particles in the solar wind are deflected before they reach Earth's surface. What causes this deflection?
What is the source of Earth's magnetic field?
Why is a small bar magnet able to deflect a compass from Earth's large magnetic field?
What is the measure of gravitational force?
The Law of Universal Gravitation applies to
Kepler discovered that planets move faster when they
Which of the following below is a solution?
Can solutions be made of only gases?
In a solution is there generally more of the solute or the solvent?
Solutions are ______________ mixtures.
What would effect the speed (the most) a solute dissolving in a solvent?
What is solute one usually puts in coffee?
How could you make a liquid solution less concentrated? (Weaken the solution)
What type of solution is air?
What gas is put in soda to make it bubble?
How could you make a solution more concentrated? (strengthen the solution)
What did Darwin conclude from the different species living in the Galapagos Islands?
What are the steps in Darwin's theory of natural selection?
Darwin's controversial book on his ideas of evolution is called ________
Changes that occur in genes to form new traits in the next generation is __________
__________ is the change in the genetics of a species over time.
Which of the following is an example of how a new species can develop naturally?
A variation that helps an organism be better suited for its environment is a(n) __________.
Change in inherited characteristics over time is called __________.
Why is selective breeding used with dairy cattle, race horses, and many other animals?
When the last individual of a species dies, __________ occurs.
Some birds fly to warmer climates when it gets cold. This is an example of _______
According to the theory of natural selection, organisms that are better adapted to an environment __________ than organisms that are not.
Which of the following is an example of Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection?
A species that once was present on Earth but has died out is a(n) __________ species.
A mouse population develops an adaptation that results in white fur. They live in a forest with a population of hawks. Which of these statements is true?
The thick skin of a cactus helps prevent water loss in the dry desert. This is an example of _________
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Which was true of Darwin's experiences while in the Galapagos?
Which is a requirement of the process of evolution by natural selection?
What is likely to happen to a tree species that cannot adapt to frequent fires?
Which would NOT be an adaptation to cold weather?
Some harmless species imitate a poisonous species as a means for increased survival. This is an example of what?
Having a body part that looks like food to another organism is an example of what?
Which is the process by which adaptations are more likely to be inherited while traits that are not advantageous are less likely to be inherited?
Which is a behavior adaptation?
Which is an example of a structural adaptation?
Which is the expected result of natural selection?
Which of the following BEST explains why humans selectively breed plants?
What can the location of a fossil in a rock layer tell scientists about the organism?
Which of the following is a true statement about asexual reproduction?
Which of these BEST describes why most of the puppies in a litter look similar to their parents?
Fossil records show that a bird once lived throughout the US suddenly died off in the habitat east of the Rocky Mountains. Which of the following BEST explains why this occurred?
Some mushrooms produce spores that do not require fertilization. Reproduction by spores in these mushrooms is an example of
What type of clues can body fossils give us about a fossilized animal?
Biological evolution means that the traits of groups of organisms change over time. Which information would provide the least convincing evidence for evolution?
How do scientists learn about organisms such as dinosaurs that disappeared from Earth long ago?
What is inbreeding an example or?
The type of reproduction that involves the joining of two specialized cells called gametes is
Some kinds of Staphylococcus aureus bacteria have become resistant to antibiotics. According to the theory of natural selection, what is their resistance an example of?
Pea plants have green seeds only if a plant receives an allele for green seeds from each of its parents. What kind of allele produces green seeds in pea plants?
Variations may allow the physical characteristics of organisms to change over successive generations. Which of the following are MOST LIKELY to lead to variations within a species over time?
A certain species of trilobite is known to have lived 300 million years ago. If this index fossil was found in a rock layer containing other fossils, what could you infer about the other fossils?
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Which of the following is an example of chemical energy?
A roller coaster at rest at the top of a hill has
A ball suspended in the air has gravitational energy and once it is dropped it has both gravitational and motion energy until it hits the ground.
Which of the following is not an example of kinetic energy?
The Law of Conservation of Energy states that:
Energy that is stored in the core of an atom is
Gravitational energy is the energy stored in an object due to its vertical position (height)
What is the large desert found the North of China?
Who are a series of rulers that come from the same family?
What was the canal that linked the Huang and Chang Rivers?
Who built the great city of Chang'an?
Portugal was the first European country to make contact with which Asian civilization?
What was an example of Japanese culture prospering under Tokagawa?
Which of the following are mountains found in the north of India?
What was the capital of India under the Mughal Empire?
What is another name for a Muslim ruler?
How to Bi Sheng contribute to the legacy of China?
Which of the following is true about the Mongol ruler Kublai Khan?
What is a system that hires people on the basis of their ability to do the job?
Which of the following would describe the geography of Japan?
Who were peasant warriors paid by nobles to defend them?
What is an economic system in which poor people are legally bound to landowners?
What is the strict code followed by the Samurai?
Which Chinese city did the Japanese model Kyoto after?
Which dynasty of Japan provided peace and stability to Japan?
Which Asian country would most likely fit under the description of isolation?
Which of the following was an important body of water to India?
Which group tried to invade China, Japan, and India?
Which of the following was a way that China improved its farming techniques?
Who was a Mughal leader that encouraged arts and peace amongst religions?
Which of the following would be a good them for studying Indian history?
What is the main religion of India?
Which of the following would be a good theme for studying Chinese history?
What is the main religion of Japan?
What was the Taj Mahal?
Who was the great leader of the Tang Dynasty?
How would you describe the teachings of Confucius?
The Revolutionary War occured in which era?
Who published Poor Richard's Almanac?
All of the following were significant ethnic individuals in the American Revolution except
Which of these events happened last?
Who was a spy for the colonial army that posed as a servant at British headquarters?
Supplies of raw materials and the market for goods is an example of
Which of the following British actions did the colonists consider taxation without representation?
The Treaty of Paris gave the U.S. all of the following EXCEPT
Who said the famous quote Give Me Liberty or Give me Death?
Who helped negotiate the alliance with France during the Revolutionary War?
What is the main role of the executive branch?
What is the main role of the legislative branch?
What is the main role of the judicial branch?
Who is part of the judicial branch?
Who is part of the executive branch?
A president can veto a bill. This is an example of:
A judge can declare a law unconstitutional. This is an example of:
What does veto mean?
What does impeach mean?
What does treaty mean?
How old was Charley when he joined the war?
What did the sutler sell?
Who was the soldier who asked Charley to take off his sock?
What kind of wounds could not be fixed by the surgeons?
What did Charley get in exchange for coffee from the Rebel soldier?
What animal didn't Charley want to kill to get meat for the sick soldiers?
What was the name Charley's unit?
What did it mean if a man had soldier's heart?
Who is the author of Soldier's Heart?
True or False - Charley died during the Battle of Gettysburg.
Which of these states was not a Union State?
In the story Soldier's Heart, which state was Charley from?
In which state was the Confederate capital?
Which of these states was not a Confederate state?
Which of these states was a Union state?
Who was the U.S. President during the Civil War?
Who was the Confederate President during the Civil War?
Which of these men was a Union General?
Which of these men was not a Confederate General?
In what years did the Civil War start and end?
What was the date of Pickett's Charge?
On January 31,1865 what was passed by Congress?
When did General Lee surrender?
What were two causes of the Civil War?
Which of these is not a term for the South?
What terms refer to the North?
Which of the following was not a weapon used in the Civil War?
How many days did the Battle of Gettysburg last?
Which of these Northern states is closest to Arkansas?
General Zaroff first comes to his island after
Rainsford comes to the island because he
What is Zaroff's main reason forpreferring to hunt human beings rather than animals
Zaroff especially welcomes Rainsford because the general-
Rainsford first realizes he is going to be the prey when-
The best evidence that Zaroff is aware of his own viciousness and cruelty is that he-
Which of the following statements best describes how Zaroff justifies his hunting of human beings
Who is dead by the end of the story
Rainsford finally gets the best of Zaroff when Rainsford-
The main conflict in this story is between
What is letter a?
What is letter b?
What is letter c?
What is letter d?
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Which is NOT part of the Earth’s water cycle?
Which is NOT an example of condensation?
Which of the following is NOT a type of heat transfer?
This type of heat transfer is the way heat moves in liquids and gasses.
In order for two objects to transfer heat by conduction they must
Which of the following is an example of radiation?
Which type of heat transfer would allow you to cook food?
What type of heat transfer is occurring when hot air rises?
What type of heat transfer is occurring between a stove and a pot?
Ocean currents are affected by
Kentucky is affected by ocean currents because it is close to the Atlantic Ocean
A front forms when ...
What type of front forms when two air masses meet and neither can move the other
What is the first step in the scientific process?
A possible outcome that is thought up by the experimenter before carrying out the experiment is called a(n)
The measurement that determines the amount of space material occupies is called
What method of measurement is used to determine the volume of an Irregular object
Density refers to
Which of the following determines the weight of material as a result of gravity?
When you have an objects mass and volume, they are divided to determine
If a glass marble is broken into multiple pieces, the density of a single piece would be ________ __________ the density of the entire marble
If you are measuring the volume of a rock sample, the most appropriate tool would be a
When you use your senses to gain information about something, you have made a(n)
How often do you have prenatal visits in weeks 4-28
How many servings of fruit should I eat daily
What should I limit during pregnancy
How soon should I seek prenatal care
What is one way to cope with emotional stressors
Who should I use as a resource
I can eat as much fish as I want while I am pregnant.
I do NOT have to start looking at daycares for my baby until after the birth.
There are government programs available to help with childcare assitance, food, and cash assistance.
I should avoid asking too many questions at my prenatal visits.
Hurricanes can harm plants in coastal ecosystems in all of the following ways EXCEPT
Tornadoes can negatively affect an ecosystem when -
If a tornado uproots most of the trees in an ecosystem, it could be expected that due to the loss of trees, there will be a reduction in -
Which of the following correctly matches a catastrophic weather event with its effects on an ecosystem?
Fertilizers added to crops on farms can collect in runoff and enter the watershed. This problem would be reduced in areas where -
When fertilizers enter surface water, they cause problems in the watershed by -
A neighborhood in a small Texas town had to be evacuated because the houses were sinking due to a problem in the aquifer. What is the most likely cause of this problem?
When runoff crosses the land, it picks up fertilizers that have been used on crops and lawns. These contaminants will eventually enter a lake, river or stream, which may lead to -
Which of the followin ghuman activities would most likely lead to subsidence, the sinking of the surface of the earth?
Rapid growth of algae in a pond is often the result of -
A paper company wants to build a paper mill in the watershed where a village exists. In order to minimize potiential pollution to the village, which of the following locations is best to build the mill?
The Rolling Plains region of Texas has a number of deep canyons. One would expect this region to have -
From the distinct shapes of sand dunes and their features in a desert, a geologist could most likely determine which of the following?
The land area that supplies water to a river system is called a -
The amount of water a material can hold is known as -
How easily water can flow through a material is know as -
The boundary in the soil below which is completely saturated is called -
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What is letter e?
What is letter f?
What is letter g?
What is letter h?
What is letter I?
What is letter j?
What is letter k?
Always carry the microscope holding the ________ with one hand and supporting the _________ with the other hand.
Don't _________ the lenses with your fingers.
The _________ adjustment knob is used only when looking through the lowest-power objective lens. The __________ adjustment knob is used when the high-power objective is in place.
___________ the microscope when you store it.
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The nitrogen bases are:
The nitrogen base Adenine (A) is paired with:
The nitrogen base Cytosine (C) is paired with:
The structure of DNA is:
Chromosomes are made up of:
DNA carries what:
The backbone of DNA is made up of:
A karyotype is:
All humans have how many pairs of chromosomes?
All humans have how many total chromosomes?
How many chromosomes do you inherit from your parents?
What are autosomes?
What can the sex chromosome pair tell you?
What can DNA fingerprinting be used for?
How many pairs of autosomes are there in a karyotype?
Do females have a y chromosome?
What would a person with XXY chromosomes have?
What type of grade will you get on the Genetics test
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Unlike prokaryotic cells, eukaryotic cells have the ability to
Which of the following is not part of the cell theory?
Prokaryotes and eukaryotes both have
Which are ways prokaryotes differ amongst each other?
Which of the following helps plant cells remain rigid?
The digestive enzymes in a cell are stored in the
A protein channel is a transport protein that
By controlling what enters and leaves a cell, the cell membrane
What is one thing that is NEVER found in a prokaryotic cell?
Where does all energy for most organisms on Earth come from?
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What part of the plant attracts pollinators?
The male reproductive part of the flower.
The female reproductive part of the flower.
The protective covering of the flower before it opens
This occurs when pollen grains are transferred from the stamen to the pistil
This occurs when the the stamen fuses with the egg cell to become a seed.
The part of the flower where seed develop.
This occurs when pollen grains from the flowers of one plant transfer to the pistil of another plant.
A flower that contains both stamen and pistil is known as a
When two different variety of plants are cross-pollinated this is called.
Two of the tenets of the cell theory are: All living things consist of one or more cells, and the cell is the smallest unit of life that displays all of the characteristics of life. Which is the third tenet?
What instrument was essential to the development of the cell theory?
What do eukaryote cells have that prokaryotes NEVER have?
How can plasmid be described?
According to the endosymbiotic hypothesis, why did the large cells not destroy the small aerobic cells they engulfed?
Which of the following is evidence for the endosymbiotic origin of eukaryotic cells?
Which of the following is shared by both plant and animal cells?
Which of the following is found in an animal cell, but not in a plant cell?
Which scientist looked closely at cork in 1663, seeing a structure similar to his room at the monastery, and called it a cell?
Which scientist collaborated with Theodor Schwann developing the original Cell Theory?
The discovery of the cell is most directly linked to the
Which characteristics of prokaryotic organisms makes them different from eukaryotes?
Which of the following organisms does not have a cell wall?
Animals have all of the following except
All of the structures are only found in plant cells EXCEPT
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To cut into three parts
Having or involving three sides, countries, or parties
Tricycle
A three legged stool, table, or stand used to hold things, such as a camera
Trio
A dinosaur with three horns
A three sided figure
Breaking down or studying data is called what?
A beaker is best used to measure -
Dominic saw his book on the floor. This is an example of a(n) -
Mass is measured with what scientific tool?
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The president belongs to which branch.
Which branch of government does the mayor belong to?
Our democracy is an example of a
What are water molecules like in a lilquid state?
Which is true about water vapor?
Surface Currents are caused by
Pick the correct path of the water cycle
The boiling point of fresh water is
The boiling point of salt water is
In a water molecule
What are molecules made of?
The following bodies of water are fresh water sources:
Water has special properties because
Many things go together to produce goods and services. What do we call the skills of workers and the hours they work to make a product?
Which is a natural resource?
Which natural resource would most likely help the growth of a coastal community?
A factory makes 100 cars each day. They sell quickly, and dealers have a long list of buyers. The factory owner decides to hire more workers and make a 150 cars a day. This is an example of
The price of an item will go down when
Strawberry season is in full swing. There are a lot of strawberries available right now. Which of the following would be true about strawberries right now?
An example of interdependence is
When a dog groomer buys shampoo, this is an example of the groomer being the
An entrepreneur is someone who
The Ford plant has 278 trucks leaving the factory each day that they have assembled. The plant and its employees are
In pea plants, tallness is dominant over shortness. If 50% of the offspring are short, what must be the genotypes of the parents?
Make a punnett square for RrxRr. What percent of the offspring will have the genotype rr?
Which of these is heterozygous?
Which of these is homozygous recessive?
Bad body odor (B) is dominant over no body odor. (b). Which of these have the same phenotype but different genotypes?
Sasha Payne-Diaz has a dominant trait for ANNOYING (AA). If she marries Heywood Jabuzzoff who is cool, what % of their kids will be cool?
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