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Nadia Belimi is heterozygous dominant for liar (L). What are the chances she could have kids that are NOT liars if she marries Noah Dinlie who is ll?
What happens if Mrs. Goodrich spills water on her laptop?
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0.000058 in scientific notation
6,400 in scientific notation
6.92 X 10^-3
7,700,000
4.01 X 10^0
0.0000002
(1.9 X 10^3)(4.5 X 10^2)
2.89 X 10^2/3.4 X 10^-2
One microgram is equal to 1 X 10^-6 gram. If the mass of a substance is 8 X 10^9 micrograms, what is its mass in grams?
(5 X 10^4) (6 X 10^3)
what is 5^4 in standard form
6^3 X 6^4 in Exponential form
9^-3
(11^6)^2 in exponential form
4^6/4^5 in standard form
2^-2 X 2^6
(2^2)^-2 in standard form
6^-1 / 6^-4
9^3 X 9^3 in exponential form
3^4 X 3^2
physical property
A property of matter representing the mass per unit volume.
A change in a substance that does not change the substance into a different one.
A characteristic of a substance that describes how it can form a new substance
The temperature at which a substance changes from its solid state to its liquid state through melting.
The process by which a substance changes from its liquid state into its solid state.
The process by which a substance changes directly from its solid state to its gas state without becoming a liquid first
A process by which a substance changes from its liquid state to its gas state.
The process by which a gas changes into a liquid
The temperature at which a substance changes from its liquid state to its solid state through freezing.
Mamaina mama je meni
Tatin brat je meni
Ja sam mojem djedu
Mamina sestra je meni
Uzu obitelj cine roditelji i ...
Tetak je tetin
Baka je mamina
Ujak je mamin
Baka i ___________ pripadaju široj obitelji
Ja sam svojim roditeljima
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40:5
18:3
6x6
6x7
3x7
5x6
24:6
12:4
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What type of heat transfer is occurring when hot air rises?
What type of heat transfer is occurring between a stove and a pot?
True or False: The leeward side of a mountian will have what is called a rain shadow where less rain falls.
Which list correctly identifies the four things that affect weather?
Which is NOT an a factor that affects weather?
What is the difference between weather and climate?
Heat only transfers in one direction...
Cool air masses tend to ...
Earth's rotation makes winds and ocean currents curve redistributing heat on Earth. This is caused by which of the following?
All things in nature try to achieve
A front is where
On a weather map a red line with red half circles indicates a(n)
The direction of the triangles or the bumps on a front indicate
Which part of the water cycle involves water changing into vapor?
On a weather map a line with blue triangles on one side and red half circles on the other indicates a(n)
What type of front forms when two air masses meet and neither has the force to move the other?
On a weather map a purple line with alternating triangles and half circles indicates a(n)
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Bar and line graphs are used to -
A conclusion is -
Sonny experimented with which liquid dissolves Skittles color the fastest. She records how long it takes for each type of liquid to dissolve the candy color. What kind of observation is she making?
Which of the following tools would be best to measure how tall a blade of grass grows?
When a scientist makes a temporary explanation based on their observations, they are making a(n) -
A. Buy tomato plant seeds B. Take final measurements of tomato growth C. Water each plant with 1 cup of water D. Record observations of plant growth E. Place each tomato plant in different amounts of light - Put the steps in the right order.
Griots were
Mali became the wealthiest kingdom in Sub-Saharan Africa because of
First domesticated in southeast Asia, this food provided a nutritious supplement to Bantu diets and allowed the Bantu to expand into forested regions.
In regard to political structure, the early Bantu societies
One of the central factors in the establishment of trans-Saharan trade was
The most powerful state in West Africa at the time of the arrival of Islam was
Mali would reach its peak during the reign of
The Swahili city-states
Just as the kingdoms of west Africa depended on trans-Saharan trade, the kingdoms of east Africa depended on
Ibn Battuta
the amount you earn before taxes are withheld
the law that requires workers to contribute to Social Security and Medicare
a number used to determine the amount of income tax withheld from your pay
a unique code used by the government throughout your life to identify you as a taxpayer and keep track of your earnings and tax records
a summary of your earnings, how much you made in one tax year
paid on the property that is received by those legally entitled to inherit
paid to the government based on your income and your financial and family situation
Taxes on the production or sale of a particular good or service,examples gasoline and other fuels, and taxes on tobacco and alcoho
a person you support financially, such as a child
A form that you fill out to provide the information your employer needs to determine the proper amount to withhold from your paycheck
What is the official term for downloading music illegally?
this law was established in 1976 to protect author's original work
the copyright act of 1976 also protect architecture, poetry, and choreography
Corbin would have to have the government sue Savannah if she distributed his songs without permission
How much money did the lady in Minnesota have to pay for distributing music illegally on Kazaa?
Which company did Apple sue over copyright issues?
Which of the following acts gave copyright holders the right to sue those who distribute their music illegally?
It is illegal to rip music from your cds to put on your mP3 player
this act says you can't copy copyrighted music
which one of the exceptions states that copyrighted music can be downloaded for educational and news reporting purposes?
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Which event is most closely associated with the French Revolution?
Which factor led to the rise of communist revolutions in Russia and in China?
Which geographic condition contributed to the defeat of Napoleon’s troops during the invasion of Russia?
One way in which King Louis XVI of France and Czar Nicholas II of Russia are similar is that both
Under the Old Regime in France, the burden of taxation fell mostly on the
One way in which Robespierre and Napoleon are similar is that they both
One reason the Bolsheviks gained peasant support during the Russian Revolution was because the Bolsheviks promised to
The struggles for political independence in Latin America during the early 1800s were most directly influenced by the
What was one effect of the French Revolution?
. The encomienda system in colonial Latin America led to the
Nathan is measuring a small amount of liquid. What tool is he using?
Data means -
Hunter is testing his hypothesis of which watermelon plant will grow the biggest. What part of the scientific method is he in?
All of the following are qualitative observations except -
Jaden was out of school yesterday. Which of the following is not a logical inference?
Jeremy Wheeler, WAVY 10 station's meterologist, forecasted today's hight temperature to be 85 degrees. What scientific tool did he use to make that forecast?
It took Chris 55 seconds to sort his words. This time was measured with a(n) -
Which of the following is a buzz word for a quantitative observation?
Boaz summarized his experiment in one paragraph explaining that his hypothesis was correct, what happened in his experiment, and new questions he had. What part of the scientific method is he in?
An inference is -
How many spaces are after an apostrophe?
What symbol does the 7 share a key with?
What is another name for the number symbol?
What symbol does two hyphens make?
What symbol does the question mark share a key with?
How many spaces are before the greater than symbol?
How many times should you space after a period at the end of a sentence?
What symbol shows possession?
How many times should you space after the exclamation point?
When stating the time, how many spaces are after the colon?
What muscle does the Shoulder Press work?
What muscles does the Leg Press work?
Which machine works your Pectoral muscles?
Which machine works your Trapezius?
What muscle does the Lat Pulldown work?
Which exercise works the Calves?
What muscle does the Leg Extension work?
What muscle does the Leg Curl work?
Which machine works the Triceps?
What muscle does the Bench Press work?
part- time job
state employment office
full-time job
work study program
income
estimate
studio
townhouse
unfurnished apartment
furnished apartment
afford
average
The type of tissue that covers the body, lines the internal surfaces, and forms glands is
The process of maintaining a relatively constant internal environment despite changes in the external environment is called
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When the President grants a pardon he is using his
When the president vetoes a bill, he is using his ____ power
When the president issues an executive order, he is using his _____ power
When a president negotiates a treaty, he is using his ______ powers
When a president grants amnesty to a group of people, he is using his ____ powers
The War Powers Act/Resolution was designed to limit the president's _______ powers
When the president creates an executive agreement, he is using his ______ powers
Which of the following things can a governor do, but the president can not?
______ is when a president shows mercy or reduces someone's sentence
bacteria that contain the green pigment chlorophyll
a organism with a nucleus
reproduction in which a single-celled organism splits into two single-celled organisms
hairlike parts of bacteria that help them move around
domain whose members prefer environments with little or not oxygen
a type os archaea that lives in ocean vents and hot springs
a type of archaea that lives in swamps and animal intestines
domain with the most individuals
an organism without a nucleus
a think-walled spore containing genetic material and proteins that forms inside a bacterial cell
What branch of government has the most power?
What branch of government is responsible for writing and passing laws?
Who is in the Executive branch?
What branch is in control of our military?
Who has the responsibility of making sure our laws follow the U.S. Constitution.
Who helps the President make decisions?
In what building will you find the Judicial Branch?
Who is in the executive branch in each state?
What do you call the House of Representatives and the Senate together?
To whom would you write a letter if you wanted to get a law changed?
Which action will result in a product with new chemical properties?
Sterling silver is a combination of silver and copper. Which of the following is also a combination of two or more metals?
A metal spoon was left in a pot of boiling soup. The cook burned a finger by touching the spoon. Why did the finger get burned?
A scientist needs to take a picture of the well ordered arrangements of the atoms and molecules within a substance. Which of the following would be best for the scientist to use?
Which of the following is a property of CO2 gas?
All living things contain which element?
Which of the following systems breaks food into nutrients that can be used by the body?
Which list gives the correct order of food traveling through the digestive system after it is swallowed?
Which organ removes cell waste from the blood?
Which of the following best explains how stems transport water to other parts of the plant?
indifference is always the friend of the enemy... This is an example of...
Anger is better than indifference for all these reasons except.....
Asking questions for which an answer is not always expected is using a ______question.
These failures have cast a dark shadow....this is an example of a....
Indifference is tempting because it is.....
Indifference is not a beginning...it is an end...this is an example of a...
Wiesel was a Jewish boy from the ________mountains.
At the end of the speech, Wiesel describes the children affected by war. This technique appeals to our....
Wiesel felt that to be ______________by God was worse than to be punished by Him.
All of the following statements could describe Wiesel's intent except....
1. Which university was the first land grant university that opened its door to all of the public?
2. Which capital was the third capital of the state?
3. Which two religions were the largest denominations after the American Revolution?
4. Which two systems were used to distribute land during this time?
5. Which two new inventions helped Georgia prosper?
6. Who was the Creek leader in Oconee War between the Creek and Georgia pioneers and worked to centralize powers with Creek society and protect Creek lands?
7. Which Cherokee Indian created the written Cherokee language?
8. Which city led to a gold rush and removal in Cherokee Indians?
9. Which agreement between the Northern and Southern states admitted California as a free state and allowed New Mexico and Utah to vote on slavery?
10. Fill in this analogy. North: manufacturing; south: ____________
11. What battle was NOT a part of the Civil War?
12. Fill in the analogy. Reconstruction: Freedmen’s Bureau; Slavery: ________
13. Which of these amendments were NOT parts added to the Constitution of the Reconstruction era?
Which person was NOT part of the Bourbon Triumvirate?
Which of these events did NOT happen during the forming of the New South?
Which one of these was NOT needed to vote during Disfranchisement?
True or False? The two reasons that the U.S. joined World War I was because of the Sinking of the Lusitania and the Zimmerman Telegraph.
Which of these programs was NOT apart of the New Deal?
True or False? The Lend Lease Act was created to help trade weapons between the United States and other Allied Countries during World War II for money.
Which one of these countries was a part of the Allied Powers during World War II?
Which of these is NOT a part of Georgia's transportation system?
Who won the Governor's Controversy of 1946?
Who was Georgia's only president since today?
Mass is a measure of...
Volume is the measure of
Matter exists ordinarily as ....
weight is
Mixtures contain...
What is an element?
What is a solid?
Matter that has a definite volume but does not have a definite shape is callled
Matter with no definite volume and no definite shape.
Molecules in solids do NOT move. True or False
If a story has step by step instructions, this an example of
The words under a picture are known as a
Cardinals are pretty is an example of a(n)
All birds need food and water is a(n)
What is the verb in this sentence? He rode his bike to school on Thursday.
Which sentence has commas used in a series correctly?
When writing an address where does the comma come?
Which sentence has commas used correctly?
The Statue of liberty is found in the harbor in New York. Which word needs fixed?
After we drove to atlanta, we went to a fun museum full of lots of cool artifacts. Which word needs to be capitalized?
Which sentences uses commas correctly?
The United States government is divided into three parts the
What does tax money help build?
Which branch of government is responsible for carrying out laws?
Which level of government makes laws for the whole country?
Who makes the laws for the state?
Which statement is true about the legislative branch of government?
What is the name of the leader of the state government?
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The basic units of structure and function of the nervous system are
The cell that transmits nerve impulses is called a
The place where a neuron transfers an impulse to another cell is the
The central nervous system consists of the
Voluntary or conscious activities of the body are controlled by the
The autonomic nervous system regulates activities such as
The semicircular canals and the two tiny sacs located behind them help to maintain
Drugs that increase heart rate, blood pressure, and breathing rate are
Positiivse arvu ruutu juureks nim?
Kas ruutjuurt negatiivse arvust real arvude hulgas ei eksisteeri?
Mida moodustavad iratsioonaalarvud koos ratsionaalarvudega?
Kas saab lihtsustada ja arvutada täpne väärtus?
Millal on korrutis 0?
Ruutvõrrandis on esikohal alati...
C?
Mis tuleb teha ,et leida üldise ruutfunktsiooni 0 kohta?
Millal on ruutvõrrand taandatud?
Kas Vietei teoreemi on olemas?
The importance of Zora Neale Hurston's writing was not recognized at the time she first published her novels, plays, and short stories. Her influence as a writer has passed subtly and softly, like a ____ or gentle breeze.
Some people accused Hurston of having ____ ideas when she opposed the desegration ruling in 1954, but she was not advocating a return to an earlier policy. She was not an extreme conservative opposed to change.
Hurston did not need to completely ____, or make up, the characters for her stories. She found inspiration for her characters in the lives of the people she knew.
From the love and humor shown in her writing, a reader probably imagines Zora Neale Hurston as having had an air, or ____, of pleasantness about her.
Hurston felt that the Supreme Court ruling implied that African Americans were inferior. Older African American writers criticized her, a real test of her endurance, but she had the ____ to not back down.
Hurston not leth aving to work hard at low-paying jobs be an ____ to getting an education. She overcame all obstacles and attended Howard University and Barnard College.
Hurston may have had ____ about moving from a small town in Florida to New York City. It is natural to feel slightly doubtful and uneasy when facing a major change in your life and surroundings.
After Hurston studied anthropology in college, she was ____ about recording the folklore and cultre of African Americans in the South. Her great enthusiasm led her to publish her first novel.
Unfortunately the time in which Hurston wrote was not an ____ one for African American writers. There was very little interest in literature about black families and folklore, and thus her literary career did not blossom.
There is variety in Hurston's writing, and none of her writing is ____. There is nothing average about it.
The first Sumerian writing dates to
The Standard Version of Gilgamesh in Babylonia and Assyria is called
Anatomically modern humans began to appear in the archaeological record at
The Paleolithic era is also known as
Earliest Paleolithic sites were in
The first cities were built
The word history takes its origin from
The first civilization to develop writing
Akkadian is
Documents were written in Sumerian only until
The largest Mesoptamian city in ca. 2300 BCE is
What is to the left of the Jordan?
Between the Arabian Sea and the Persian Gulf
Which country borders Iraq?
Saudi Arabia is below...
Gaza Strip and Jordan River is right by or in...
Iraq and I___
Name one of the rivers in Iraq.
Name the other...
Turkey is above
Bonus: How did I get out of Iraq?
Some of my friends have an ____ for reading, but I love it. Maybe if they read something exciting, like Rudyard Kipling's works, they would develop a liking for books.
Kipling's stories and poems were published in India and became popular with travelers, some of whom brought them to England. When he returned to England in 1889, it must have seemed to Kipling that his fame was ____, become famous months before.
Kipling was born in India, where his father was the principal of an art school. The family was not ____. In fact, they had enough money to send Kipling to England for schooling when he was five.
Kipling was miserable in England becuase the couple with whom he lived neglected and mistreated him. His parents did not realize that the couple had ____ on the agreement to provide proper child care.
Although the abusive situation ____ Kipling, he had to live with the irritation until he was twelve. At that time he was sent to United Services College, where he performed in plays and began writing poetry.
Kipling was born in India but later lived in Vermont. Those poitns on the globe are in different hemispheres, but the are not true ____. They are far away, but not directly opposite from each other.
In England, Kipling listened to music in pubs, barracks, rooms, and music halls. He thought many of th elyrics were ___; they sounded good on the surface but lacked meaning and truth. He wrote new lyrics for some of these songs in 1892.
Kipling loved to travel and was never able to ____ his wanderlust, even after he married and supposedly submitted to a more settled life in Vermont.
When he was seventeen, Kipling returned to India, ____ to edit a newspaper. In reality he spent much of his time writing stories for it.
I vowed that before I graduated from high school I would read all of Kipling's works. However, I did not realize how much he had written, so I have had to ____ myself from the promise and set a new and more realistic deadline.
an amount you can legally subtract from your tax owed
the income figure used to determine how much income tax you owe
based on the dollar value of a good or service being sold
a statement of the interest your bank paid on your savings fort he year
The ______ is a tax on the transfer of property by one individual to another while receiving nothing, or less than full value, in return
a unique code used by the government throughout your life to identify you as a taxpayer and keep track of your earnings and tax records
the amount you receive after withholdings ( taxes) are subtracted
a number used to determine the amount of income tax withheld from your pay
goods and services that benefit all citizens
the federal executive agency that collects income taxes
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The _____ tab contains formatting commands used to enhance a worksheet's appearance.
By clicking the arrow next to the Insert button in the Cells group of the Home tab, you can insert ________________.
When inserting a new cell into a worksheet, existing cells in the same column will shift ______________.
When inserting a new cell into a worksheet, existing cells in the same row will shift ____________.
If ____________ symbols appear in a cell, it means that the numeric value entered is wider than the cell.
When you enter a number in Excel, the default format is _________________.
Number formatting can be applied to cells _________.
Use the _______ command in the Font group to change teh background color to a cell.
A character can be a ______________.
An attribute is a formatting characteristic, such as _____________.
One point is equal to ______________________.
Font size is measured in _________________.
A(n) ____________ is a set of text characteristics designed to appear a certain way.
The default font for Excel 2010 is ____________.
If you want cells to be highlighted when you print a worksheet, you must use formatting features to apply
Color scales, icon sets, and data bars make up Excel's __________.
When a cell is formatted to _____________ text, any data in the cell automatically breaks to fit the column width.
You can use the Merge and Center command in the __________ group.
You can use the Delete command in the Cells group to delete _____________.
To select all cells in a worksheet you can _____________.
Which statement is TRUE about density?
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Is eager deficient in quantity or quality
what is Bizarre?
decadence
garner
imminent
obsolete
a policy-published by a school district, business, or other organization-that identifies rules of behavior that must be followed by anyone using that organization’s telecommunications equipment, computer, network, or Internet connection
to behave morally and follow your school’s acceptable use policy
to remove a program from a computer
to prepare a program to run on a computer before it can be used
to make an application window as small as possible
to make an application window as large as possible
preset formats that many word-processing documents use
or more computers connected to each other to share resources
When creating a document, this point shows where the text you type will appear. It moves as you type
to bring information, such as a graphic, into a file from another file
computer software that is designed to collect personal info about users without their informed consent
The process of analyzing a problem and finding a way to fix it.
Any software application in which advertising banners are displayed while the program is running
file types that are data organized in different ways to either compress or improve a file
A special program on most computers that will tell you the available key strokes and special functions available to you on each particular menu
The use of a website to connect with people who share personal or professional interests, place of origin, education at a particular school etc.
a feature that provides the user with synonyms for selected words
equal to 1 million (1,000,000) bytes
Any software application in which advertising banners are displayed while the program is running
computer software that is designed to collect personal info about users without their informed consent
The main goal of advertising is to what?
Bandwagoning is an advertising technique that encourages people to
Testimonials is an advertising technique that encourages people to...
4/5 patients are cured by this product is an example of which advertising technique?
What was wrong with Helen Keller?
Anne taught Helen to communicate using what?
Oscar Pistorious competed in the Olympics using what?
Captain Hook is a popular pirate character with what sort of prosthetic limb?
What is NOT a common source of water pollution?
what are large pockets of groundwater called?
Where does most groundwater come from?
Trying to fix the environment is called
When we use incineration to get rid of waste, we are:
Why is burning pollution the worst way of getting rid of it?
What is Salmonella
Cryptosporidium is a parasite that infected the water supply of what major US city?
Officials in the city of Milwaukee tested for Cryptosporidium using which technique?
Cryptosporidium got how many people sick in Milwaukee in 1993?
The shine from an unweathered mineral's surface, or the way a mineral looks in reflected light
Liquid rock material beneath Earth's solid surface.
Rocks that form from changes in previously existing rocks due to heat, pressure, and or mineral fluids without weathering or melting
The process of forming metamorphic rocks
A naturally occurring, inorganic, crystalline solid that has a definite composition
Individual grains of minerals
Earth materials such as, minerals, rocks, and fossil fuels, are grouped together as this
Anything related to living organisms or to things that were alive.
The result of evaporation, saturation with dissolved minerals, or changes in temperature
A process in which older rocks are transformed by an increase in temperature and pressure to createa series of metamorphic rocks. The rocks are often highly folded (bent) and faulted
A model used to show how rock types (sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic) are interrelated
Rocks that form from an accumulation of sediments from preexisting rocks and/or organic materials
The color of finely crushed residue or powder of a mineral
The size, shape, and arrangement of the materials the rock is composed of
el verano
la tormenta
Hace sol.
Hace fresco.
Nieva
lluvia
llovizna
el rocío
la sequía
la inundcación
la niebla
What a solution?
What are the 2 parts of solution?
What solution below is a liquid-gas solution
Which solution below is a gas-gas solution?
What substance below is soluble (Breaks apart and mixes evenly) in water?
What is the solvent in Kool-Aid?
What is the solute in sugar water?
What is the most common solvent on Earth?
How can you speed up the time it takes a solute to dissolve in a solvent?
What solution below is a solid-solid mixture?
Which of the following is NOT true about similar figures?
Lois drew an angle that measures 65°. What is the measure of an angle that is supplementary to the 65° angle?
Camille’s math teacher described a quadrilateral with 2 pairs of parallel sides and 4 lines of symmetry. Which of these quadrilaterals must have the characteristics that Camille’s math teacher described?
A triangle has 2 angles that each measure 45°. Which of the following best describes this triangle
Which of the following has 2 parallel bases that are not polygons
A triangle has one angle that measures 108° and no sides are equal.
Which of the following is a characteristic of a rectangular prism?
Beatrice translated trapezoid RSTU to trapezoid R’S’T’U’. Vertex S was at (1, 1) and vertex S' was at (0,4).
If point C (8, -3) is reflected over the Y-axis, what would be the ordered pair for C’?
• In similar shapes, the corresponding angles are _____________________(have the same measure).
What kind of bacteria cause harm to grain, fruit, and vegetable crops?
the use of microorganisms to treat hazardous waste
What type of bacteria break down dead plant and animal matter?
changes in the genes of bacteria or other living things
the sugar in milk
the process in which bacteria change nitro-gen in the air into a form that plants can use
medicine use to treat many bacterial diseases
bacteria that cause disease
Conan the Bacterium is found in
Flagellum helps a bacteria cells
When the president appoints a federal judge he is using his ____power
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The lithosphere consists of the __________.
Which statement is NOT true about the inner core?
The outer core is composed of ______________.
Which statement is TRUE about the temperature of the Earth's layers?
Which statement about the crust is NOT true?
The asthenosphere is between the ___________.
The inner core is composed of ____________.
Which statement is TRUE?
Which statement is NOT true?
Which category of Internet activity does online gaming represent?
What is the most used Internet application?
Blogs are electronic
Which form of Internet communication would give you access to YouTube videos?
Which one of the following requires users to be online at the same time?
People who perform their work activities at home by using a computer and an Internet connection are called
Which one of the following would be the best alternative for Internet access for a person who lives in a remote area of the country?
A language for describing other languages is called a
In the URL http://www.mettertigers.com, what does mettertigers represent?
In the URL http://www.wired.com/news, what does news represent?
In contrast to HTML, XML
What are cookies?
What is the name for advertising that appears as a rectangular shape across the top or bottom of a Web page?
What is the first step in finding information on the Web?
Peer-to-Peer applications raise concerns regarding
Someone who maintains order in a chat room is called
A _________ is the term for a single document viewable on the WWW.
A ___________ is generally moderated by someone who wants to help people find Web sites that would not otherwise be easily accessible.
_____________ states that all net traffic shall be treated with equal priority.
Using the Internet to make telephone-style calls is known as __________.
What Italian city is the setting of Romeo and Juliet?
The street fight in the opening scene is between the servants of what two families?
Benvolio tries to stop the fight. Who attacks him?
What does the Prince say will happen to anyone who disturbs the peace?
How does Benvolio plan to cure Romeo's lovesickness for Rosaline?
How many children does Lord Capulet have?
Who is the young man that asks Capulet's permission to woo Juliet?
Who tells Juliet that the man mentioned in #7 would be a good husband?
Who wants to attack Romeo at the Capulets' masked ball?
After Romeo and Juliet have fallen in love at first sight, who tells each of them the other's identity?
The passing of physical characteristics from parents to offspring is called:
A characteristic that an organism can pass on to its offspring through its genes is a:
The joining of a sperm and egg is:
In Mendel's cross for stem height, what contrasting traits did the pea plants in the P generation exhibit?
What trait(s) did the plants in the F1 generation of Mendel's experiment exhibit?
What trait(s) did the plants in the F2 generation of Mendel's experiment exhibit?
What is a dominant allele?
What is a recessive allele?
The different forms of a gene are called:
An organism with 2 identical alleles for a trait is
What happened to Mendel's plants when he crossed purebred tall peas with purebred short peas?
What does the F in F1 generation stand for?
What does the P stand for in Parental Generation?
What did Mendel do in order to prevent self-pollination in his pea plants?
If an allele is represented by a capital letter, what does this indicate?
What is the result of a cross of a hybrid tall pea plant and a purebred tall pea plant?
If an organism is the product of many generations that have the same trait, then that organism is:
Which is NOT true of a hybrid.
Gregor Mendel is sometimes refered to as:
If you crossed two hybrid tall pea plants, what phenotypes would be produced?
cultural behavioral expectations for males or females
the psychological aspects of identifying as a male or female
what are 3 things that help determine ones gender
what are sexually transmitted infections
how many stages are there in the sexual response stage
Androgyny is?
men tend to talk to each other in what style of talking
women tend to speak in a what kind of style
which statement about primary sex characteristics is true
a person is not said to have AIDS until
Which of the following was a major cause of tensions leading to World War I?
Which of the following is true of the Treaty of Versailles, which ended WWI?
The Central Powers were mostly led by 3 of the following. Which one is not with the Central Powers?
Excessive devotion and loyalty to one's own country, is known as what?
The Russian Revolution had what effect on World War I?
The Treaty of Versailles was the treaty that formally ended WWI. Which of these statements BEST explains what the treaty did?
What did Russia, Italy, and Great Britain have in common during WWI?
These mountains separate Spain and France.
The United Kingdom include all but
Which country joined the Allies after the war began, although it had originally supported Germany? ?
Ice cream melting
A substance changing from a solid to a gas.
To calculate the density of an object you must divide ________ by it's _________
Which of the following is NOT a physical property?
Which of the following is NOT a chemical property?
Viscosity of a substance is a measurement of a fluid's
All of these are examples of matter EXCEPT...
Which change can be reversed?
Which is not an indicator that a chemical change has occurred?
Which is NOT an indicator that a physical change has occurred?
What property stays the same during physical and chemical changes
What is an example of a chemical change?
What happens to molecules when they are heated?
Condensation is when
Sublimation is
What is matter?
Breaking a dish
Leaves changing color
A object has a mass of 6g and a volume of 3mL. What is the density?
Two chemical properties of matter of a firework exploding would be?
Two physical properties of an apple.
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In German, which part of speech is always capitalized?
Which French leader from Normandy stole the throne from King Harold of England upon winning a famous battle in 1066?
The Spanish word for this tropical fruit is “guanabana”, but what is it called in English?
Which of the following letters or letter combinations are NOT pronounced with a /th/ sound (like “thumb”) in Spain?
A symbolic burning of “monigotes”, which are large stuffed dummies (typically of politicians and public figures), is done in which Latin American country to celebrate New Year’s Eve?
How many components are there in each ASL sign?
For a country with barely 11 million people, which Spanish-speaking country has an unusually prominent profile in the national ballet world?
An infectious disease is a disease that
How do breathing passages help keep pathogens out of the body?
What type of white blood cells are part of the inflammatory response?
Antibodies destroy pathogens by
How does the body acquire active immunity to a disease without getting the disease?
Newborn babies have passive immunity to many diseases because
A disorder in which the immune system is overly sensitive to a substance not normally found in the body is called
If a person’s pancreas does not produce enough insulin, the person has
Radiation treatment kills cancer cells by
Which of the following is NOT part of the inflammatory response?
The molecules on pathogens that enable the immune system to distinguish one kind of pathogen from another are called
When a person’s own immune system produces antibodies in response to the presence of a pathogen, that person has
What does the pancreas produce that is necessary for the body cells to take in and use glucose?
What are colds and tuberculosis examples of since they are caused by a living thing within the body?
What happens to viruses when they enter living cells?
Lyme disease is spread by
A cut in the skin can lead to an infection because
Which cells in the immune system identify pathogens and distinguish one pathogen from another?
Immunity is the body’s ability to
Passive immunity is different from active immunity because passive immunity
A chemical that kills bacteria or slows their growth is called a(n)
What does the body produce when lymphocytes encounter an allergen?
In which disease do a person’s body cells multiply uncontrollably?
Percivall Pott was one of the first scientists to understand that there can be a link between
Substances that can cause cancer are called
How does HIV damage the immune system?
Pressure-treated wood contains the carcinogen
What is an abnormal mass of cells that forms in healthy tissue?
What are molecules on cells that the immune system recognizes either as part of your body or as coming fromoutside your body?
Which of the following is NOT a treatment of cancer?
Those gray socks.
He's looking for
gloves
This t-shirt
That black coat.
We need
That tie over there
These green scarves.
They watch
to listen (to)
The Bay of Pigs was a failed attempt to overthrow
The Cuban missile crisis pitted Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev against President
The first American president to visit Communist China was
The goal of the Soviet policy known as destalinization was to
The policy of détente was mainly intended to
The Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) program was backed by
The United States and the Soviet Union had a dangerous standoff over the presence of Soviet missiles in
What action did General MacArthur take during the Korean War that immediately led to his discharge?
What economic system was used to reshape China's economy after the civil war?
What event increased U.S. spending on education and technology?
What idea was the major justification for U.S. foreign policy during the Cold War era?
What is the official name of the country commonly known as Iran?
What led the Soviets to blockade West Berlin?
What was the name of the alliance established by European Communist nations in response to NATO?
What was the primary goal for the Soviet Union's invasion of Afghanistan?
What was the purpose of the Truman Doctrine?
What was the Strategic Defense Initiative?
What were the long-term effects of the Cultural Revolution?
What were Third World countries?
When did Chinese troops enter the war in Korea?
Which European countries could receive aid through the Marshall Plan?
Which exiled (at the time) leader led the religious opposition to Western influences in Iran?
What is the official name of the country commonly known as China?
Which leader won China's civil war?
Which of the following circumstances contributed to the breakdown of the alliance between the United States and the Soviet Union?
Which of the following was NOT a tactic used by the superpowers during the Cold War to influence Third World nations?
Which of the following worked together to produce similar goals?
Which two groups fought a civil war in China both before and after World War II?
Who were most of the Vietcong?
Why did the United States shift from a policy of brinksmanship to détente?
What is electric current?
What is static electricity?
What is an insulator?
What is a conductor?
What is the unit for electric current?
What type of diagram is used to show an electrical circuit?
What type of circuit has a broken path? (Lightbulb would be off)
What type of circuit has a complete path for electricity to follow? (Lightbulb on)
Which item below is a conductor?
Which item below is an insulator?
What type of circuit has one path for electric current?
What type of circuit has multiple paths for electricity to follow?
What type of circuit is our school?
If one bulb on a wire goes out all the other bulbs go out. What type of circuit would this be?
Glass (Insulator or Conductor)
Platinum
Wood
Does a toaster oven use high or low resistance? (Remember when electricity is slowed down it can create heat, light, or sound. The more resistance the more electricity is slowed down)
Does a gold wire have high or low resistance?
what is abstract?
what is cajole?
Is fastidious excessively particular, critical, or demanding;
What is Hedonist?
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Burning paper
Which is NOT an example that proves that molecules are made of tiny particles that are always in motion.
Temperatures ________ when ice cream melts. The motion of the molecules _________.
Cleaning pennies with vinegar
An object has a mass of 20g and a volume of 5mL. What is the density of that object?
A nail rusting
Temperatures ___________ when an object freezes. The motion of the molecules __________.
Seeing your breath on a cold day
It has no definite shape or volume.
It's particles are packed tightly together.
Its particles can change position by sliding past one another.
It's found at high temperatures and pressure.
A substance changes from a gas to a liquid.
A substance changes from a liquid to a solid.
an area where a living thing is surrounded by living and nonliving things.
In the Arctic the animals have this to help them keep warm
It is so dry and hot in the desert, but animals can use this food as a way to get water
Animals are the only living things in the arctic that use hair to help them live.
A dead tree is considered
This animal does NOT live in the arctic
Animals in the arctic use this special feature to help keep them safe from animals that might want to eat them
An enivornment only includes living things
This plant stores water which is used by many other desert creatures
God created animals with special features to keep them safe in the desert this creature has eyelashes to keep sand out of their eyes
What is the part of the plant that uses light to make food?
This part hold the plant in the ground and takes water from the soil.
Plants that live in dry places have ________ roots.
The roots of a Banyan tree grow _______ the ground.
________ are plant parts that make seeds.
What keeps a seed safe and helps its grow?
Seeds can be moved from one place to another by:
A ____________ shows how a living thing grows, changes and makes new living things.
The plant life cycle always starts with a _________.
The leaves of a mimosa plants ________ when it is touched.
To _______ is to group or put together things that are the same.
Which group of animal does not have a backbone?
Fishes uses their ________ to breathe in water.
Which of these animals does not have a backbone?
What is the domain of the following set of coordinates? (2, 4), (-1, 6), (-2, -5), (3, -5)2, 4, -1, 6, -2, -5, 3
What is the range of the following set of coordinates? (2, 4), (-1, 6), (-2, -5), (3, -5)
As a person grows he gets taller. What would be a reasonable domain for this situation?
As a person grows he gets taller. What would be a reasonable range for this situation?
Mrs. Rhodes has candles on her dining room table. The candles burn at a rate of four inches per hour.As the candles burn they get shorter. What would be a reasonable domain for this situation?
Mrs. Rhodes has candles on her dining room table. The candles burn at a rate of four inches per hour.As the candles burn they get shorter. What would be a reasonable range for this situation?
Studies show that a students grades are related to the time they spend studying. What would be a reasonable domain for this situation?
Studies show that a students grades are related to the time they spend studying. What would be a reasonable range for this situation?
Trevor and Jamey want to make cookies for the class. In order to know how many cookies to make they need to know the size of the class. What would be a reasonable domain for this situation?
Trevor and Jamey want to make cookies for the class. In order to know how many cookies to make they need to know the size of the class. What would be a reasonable range for this situation?
The apparent rising and setting of the Sun, as viewed from Earth is caused by
Which of the following statements best explains why it is warmer at the equator than at the North Pole?
Which of the following statements best explains why the tilt of the Earth on its axis causes summer to be warmer than winter in the Northern Hemisphere?
Why do we experience changes in seasons?
The length of day is determined by the time required for approximately one
What change would occur if Earth's rate of rotation significantly decreased?
The apparent daily path of the Sun changes with seasons because
Summer days in Houston are likely to be hotter than winter days because in summer
On which date does the North America usually experience the longest period of daylight?
How long does it take the Earth to revolve around the Sun?
Which of the following would be an abiotic limiting factor for oysters living in the Chesapeake Bay?
Which of the following lists has ONLY biotic factors?
Snails eating algae are examples of:
Which of the following lists has ONLY abiotic factors?
When Sammi came in from a weekend away she noticed that all of the fish in her aquarium were dead. Which of the following most likely caused this?
A limiting factor is a factor that:
Fish dying when the pH goes too high are an example of:
The guppies and algae in an aquarium are examples of:
Eutrophication is:
Dissolved oxygen:
The theory of _________________________ states the Earth's crust and upper mantle are broken into sections.
What type of plate boundary would form folded mountains?
What type of plate boundary would form mid-oceanic ridges and rift valleys?
What type of boundary would form volcanoes and trenches?
Why type of plate boundary would form a strike slip fault?
Earth's continents were once joined as one large landmass. What was this landmass called?
Volcanic island arcs are associated with which of the following boundaries?
Divergent boundaries are characterized by what type of movement to the Earth's crust?
Convergent boundaries, including subduction boundaries, are characterized by what type of movement to the Earth's crust?
The observation that continents fit together like puzzle pieces, and may have once been connected, led Alfred Wegener to propose a theory in 1910 called
During which two lunar phases do Spring Tides occur?
What kind of tide would occur if the Sun, Moon, and Earth were positioned like this?
Which of the following effect ocean tides?
During which two lunar phases do Neap Tides occur?
What kind of tide would occur if the Sun, Moon, and Earth were positioned like this?
Why does the ocean cover different amount of the beach at different times of the day?
This image shows a Spring Tide. What phase is the moon in?
What has the greatest effect on ocean tides?
Which tide would you expect to be the strongest?
The Moon has a greater effect on ocean tides than the Sun because the Moon is ...
Who was the first person to see cells under the microscope and give them a name?
He discovered that all plants were made of cells, which contributed to the development of the cell theory:
He advanced the cell theory with his conclusion that cells could only come from other cells:
Which technology was essential for the development of the cell theory?
Which of the following statements would be part of the cell theory
Cell is the basic unit of life.
All cells don't come from other cells.
Always carry the microscope holding the ______ with one hand and supporting the ________ with the other hand.
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.
Which of the following has cells in it?
It rained for three days. The streets in my neighborhood flooded.
I got to ball practice late. I forgot to set my alarm
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What does the word paraphrase mean?
Minor supporting details directly support the major supporting details
What point of view is it when the author is telling the story?
Identify the point of view: If you want to win games, it is important to work hard during practice.
A concluding sentence must restate the ________.
In which point of view does the author know everything going on in each character's head?
Which is NOT one of the 5 W's that should be answered in a summary?
Nous_________ pendant la nuit
je_________ la nuit
Vous_____________ en train
Ils ____________ le repas
Mes amies____________ pour la France
____________ avion aimes tu? ( un avion)
_________ Voiture veux-tu? ( une voiture)
_________ les vols sont en retard ( un vol)
___________ les filles sont belles ( une fille)
___________la compagnie est presente.
Which is the best definition for nationalism?
The Industrial Revolution (industrialization) inspired a rise in militarism, nationalism and competition which resulted in what war?
The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand sparked the beginnings of what war?
What were the four MAIN causes of World War I?
Tanks, submarines, and machine guns were first used during which war?
In WWI, Germany: Central Powers :: ___________: Allies
What was the name of the leader who brought communism to Russia and renamed it the Soviet Union?
Which of the following is a reason that the Russian Revolution began?
Communism is based on the teachings of
After WWI, Germany was forced to pay reparations. What are reparations?
Which were effects of the Great Depression?
Why did the Nazi Party become the largest party in Germany's government?
Franklin D. Roosevelt: United States :: Winston Churchill: _______________
What was the World War II alliance of Germany, Japan, and Italy called?
World War II came to an end when
The beginnings of the Cold War were found in what occupied country?
The Cold War was a 40 year standoff between which two countries?
Ronald Reagan influenced which leader to bring change to the Soviet Union in the 1980s?
The Spinning Jenny, Power Loom, and Steam Engine all emerged during
Industrial Revolution was a time of
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If the sequence of bases in one strand of DNA is ATTCGAC, what will be the base sequence on the strand that is formed during replication?
Which of these pairs identifies two steps directly involved in making protein?
What is translation?
Proteins are responsible for many of our traits. How can a substitution mutation affects a person's traits?
What is the purpose of replication?
How might a deletion mutation in a gene affect the translation of that gene?
What is DNA?
Sickle-cell anemia is an inherited disease that affects red blood cells. In people who have this disease, one amino acid is substituted for another amino acid in a blood protein. What causes sickle-cell anemia?
Which of these actions is a task shared by mRNA, rRNA, and tRNA?
Carrie is studying the genes of 2 fruit flies in her lab. She knows what alleles they have. She wants to know the potential combinations of alleles their offspring could inherit. Which of these choices would help Carrie identify the potential combina
Which of the following statements about pedigrees is true?
Which of the following are the 3 G's that explain why Europeans wanted to sail to Asia?
Prince Henry the Navigator of Portugal gained his famous nickname for which of the following:
At its height, it was said that the sun never sets on the British Empire. What is the BEST explanation for this saying?
In the 1400s and early 1500s, which two countries were the first to take the lead in exploring areas beyond Europe?
The ________ was China's main link to the western world.
Spanish nobles who traveled to America hoping to get rich were called
Which were the four main empires during exploration?
Slavic language: Eastern Europe:: ________ : Western Europe
Spanish and French are examples of what type of language?
The Russian language is an example of a _____ language
There are many different languages spoken throughout Europe. Which of the following would be the biggest disadvantage to having so many different languages spoken on one continent?
A countries _______ is the percentage of population aged 15 or older that can read and write
What effect does the literacy rate have on the standard of living for a country
If a country has a high standard of living, what does this usually mean?
The literacy rate for most European Countries is
Which of the following is not a major religion of Europe
Christianity, Islam and Judaism all originated in
Muhammad is the prophet of which religion?
A belief in one supreme God is called
The sacred text for followers of Islam is called
The series of events in a story is called...
The rising action in a plot diagram
Characters in a story are:
In the book Something Girl, part of the falling action is:
A conflict:
Theme is:
The main character in Something Girl is:
The setting in a story is:
The basic situation of Something Girl is:
The conflict of a story is:
The climax of a story:
The most exciting moment an the turning point in a story is called:
The part of the story where you are shown how the conflict unfolds and becomes more complicated is called:
The part of the story where loose ends are tied up is called:
How many cases (not tenses) are there in German?
After the Deaf President Now movement at Gallaudet University, who became the first Deaf president of the university?
Which country incorporates extremely large kites during the celebration of Day of the Dead?
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Kyle completed his homework. He put it in his binder.
Luke mowed the lawn. He earned ten dollars.
I stayed up late last night. I am tired today.
Neil doesn't like seafood. He doesn't like cabbage
My pencil was broken. I borrowed one from Jake.
I like apples. I like pears more.
Eight people got into the elevator. It was crowded. Three people got off.
Georgia gathered the pictures. She could arrange them in a special album for her family.
Who was known as “The Navigator”?
2. The Trade Triangle includes which of the following areas
3. Which country explored the Americas due to a need for religious freedom?
4. New technology that helped explorers included:
5. Which word means to travel to an unfamiliar area in order to learn more about the place?
6. What type of food was brought from the Americas to Europe?
7. The Age of _______________________ began in the 1400s when Europeans came to the Americas to create colonies
8. How did slaves get from Africa to the Americas?
9. Who defeated the Aztecs and Incas that lived in South America?
10. A compass helps explorers determine
11. The original colonies were organized into which of the following three regions:
12. The Boston Tea Party took place in which of the following region:
14. The Battles of Lexington and Concord became known as this?
15. This slogan meant that colonists didn't want to pay taxes if they didn't get a say in government
16. Which of the following were the main crops of the southern colonies?
Said that colonists could not settle west of the Appalachian Mountains
Tax on molasses; passed to help stop smuggling in the colonies
Tax on paper goods and legal documents
Colonists threw snowballs and rocks at British soldiers; soldiers fired shots into the crowd, killing 5 – including Crispus Attucks
Gave British East India company a monopoly on tea trade with the colonies
Sons of Liberty dressed as Indians and threw 342 chests of tea into Boston Harbor
Said that Britian is in charge of the colonies “in all cases”
Passed in response to the Boston Tea Party; closed the port of Boston until colonists paid for ruined tea, forbid town meetings, passed a new quartering act
Said that colonists were responsible for housing and supplying British soldiers
Letter-writing campaigns to share news of British activity in New England
1/6 + 5/6
2/3 + 1/9
1/2 - 1/12
12 1/3 + 15 1/2
15 2/8 - 3 1/4
1/3 - 5/24
26 2/3 + 12 4/7
50 - 13 1/3
1/2 + 1/2
3/4 - 1/3
This law granted settlers 160 Acre tracts of land in the West.
The Bessemer process is related to the production of:
This Robber Baron made his fortune in the oil business
Name the violent Chicago strike where a bomb was hurled at police:
All of the following were new immigrants of the late 1800's EXCEPT
The time of polticial corruption and greed in the late 19th century is called:
Name the cartoonist who exposed the Tweed Ring
The period of poltical and business corruption in the late 1800's was known as:
He was the author of How the Other Half Lives...
The practice of using political office for personal gain is called...
Name the man whose assassination led to the end of Patronage
The idea of donation large sums of money to charity is known as...
All of the following are advantages of Big Business EXCEPT
Which of these names does not fit?
All of the following were reasons for the end of the Open Range period EXCEPT
All of the following were inventors of the late 19th century EXCEPT
The leader of the AFL Union was...
Name the historian whose Frontier Thesis described the effect of Westward settlement on Americans
Owning all businesses that RELATE to a primary business is called...
Gaining control of the supply of a commodity is known as...
Which of the following indicates a physical change in matter?
Which of the following indicates a chemical change in matter?
If you decide to bake cookies for a birthday treat, when you bake them in the oven, you are performing a
Which of the following is an example of a chemical change?
Which of the following is an example of a physical change?
You have decided to eat a tasty smore. You eating and digesting it is an example of
Which of the following is not a indicator of a chemical change?
Which of the following is not a physical change?
A change in the state of matter (such as boiling, evaporating, etc.) is an example of
Miss S. using her ninja skills to break a piece of wood in half is an example of
Which crop needs the longest growing season?
Many tourists are drawn to the Southeast by its
How is mining different today than in the early 1900's?
This event began the civil rights movement
The Mississippi is fed by many smaller rivers called
A place where ships load and unload goods is called a
Why were the Cherokee forced to move west in 1838
Coal became an important industry with the development of
The southern states formed a new country called the
All of the businesses that make one type of good or provide one type of service are called an
The _______of the river empties into a large body of water.
A ____is a place that is ruled by a distant country.
The ____is what the Cherokee called their journey from the Southeast to Arkansas
Thomas Jefferson wrote this to explain why the 13 colonies should no longer be ruled by England
MLK Jr was the leader of the
This means to end slavery
A crop that is grown to be sold for money
This mineral is used to make heat and electricity
The beginning of a river is called the
A group of people who push for better working conditions is called a
The Interstate Commerce Act was passed to regulate...
The Pendleton Act
This law established several agricultural colleges throughout the United States
The main issue of the election of 1896 was...
This disaster raised public awareness of dangerous working conditions in sweatshops and factories
Ellis Island was to the East Coast, as __________ Island was to the West Coast.
The Commodore, Cornelius Vanderbilt, made a fortune in...
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What are the 3 branches of the US government, that were established based on the principle of separation of powers?
Where and when was the Constitutional Convention held?
Who is considered the father of the Constitution?
What were the names of the two groups that formed at the convention, and became the first political parties?
James Madison, John Jay, and Alexander Hamilton wrote the ________________ arguing in favor of the Constitution and stronger central government.
What was the biggest fear of the Anti-Federalists?
Which branch of the government is responsible for creating the laws?
How many houses make up the Congress or the Legislative Branch?
Which house on Congress is based on a state's population?
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