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Which branch of the government gets to decide if a law is constitutional or not
What power does the President have to check the power of the Congress?
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Why is July 4, 1776 an important date?
Who was the leader of the Continental Army?
Where were the first shots of the Revolution fired?
Which battle was a decisive American victory that turned the tied of the war, and convinced France to become allies with the United States?
Where did Washington and his troops spend the winter of 1776-77 regrouping, but came out on the other side with a new sense of resolve to not give up the fight?
What battle is considered the last major battle of the war and resulted in the surrender of the British army?
What was the name of the Treaty that ended the American Revolution?
What was a person living in America at the time of the Revolution that remained loyal to the king known as?
Who wrote Common Sense, which laid out in plain terms the reasons why American colonist should support and fight for the cause of independence?
Which of the following was an advantage the Patriots had over the British when the war began?
What was the name of the event in which colonist dressed as Native Americans and destroyed a shipment of tea being held in the Boston Harbor?
Which conflict led to the British government imposing new laws and taxes on the colonists?
What saying did the colonist adopt as a result of the new laws and taxes being passed by Parliament and the British King?
Which law stopped colonial expansion west at the Appalachian Mountains?
Which law placed a tax on an official stamp for all paper documents?
Which event started as a protest over taxes, but resulted in the death of several colonial civilians?
What was the name of the meeting that was held in Philadelphia in which each colony sent representatives to discuss the issues facing the colonies?
What important document was written in 1776, which laid out the grievances the colonists had with the British King and Parliament?
Who is the author of the Declaration of Independence?
Who was chosen as Commander-and-Chief of the Continental Army?
Which pronoun will the narrator NOT use in the third-person omniscient point-of-view?
Which point of view is used when the narrator knows what is going on in ONE character's head?
I was shaking like a leaf. My palms were sweating. My heart was pounding so loudly I was sure everyone around me could hear it. I hated presentations.
Be sure when eating spicy food not to eat too much. You might get sick. You would be embarrassed if this happened in front of someone you secretly had a crush on.
Which pronoun is an example of those used in 3rd person point of view?
If the narrator of a story is not in the story, this is considered:
The president had lunch with his staff today in Washington. He later met with John Critten, the leader of Canada. They talked about medical issues.
Which pronoun is a good signal for first-person?
Which point of view is used when the narrator tells the story from the point of one character?
Kate walks into the classroom and sees her best friend sitting near the bookshelf. Hi! she says as she waves to her friend and smiles. Then Kate goes to sit by her friend and immediately starts talking excitedly.
the change in the position of an object relative to another object
The relationship between distance and time or d/t.
The mass of an object multiplied by the velocity
a ratio of any change over time
an object or place used for comparison to determine the motion of the object
Total distance divided by total time
measures both speed an direction of motion
the measure of the change in velocity over time
when an object slows down, the change in speed is known as
This states that a transfer of mass times velocity from one object to another cannot be created or destroyed.
On a distance - time graph (speed) a flat horizontal line means:
This is speed that does not vary or change
If a skateboarder coasts a distance of 40 meters in 4 seconds, what is the speed?
What is the velocity of a biker traveling due west if she travels 9 miles in .75 hours (45 minutes) ?
Convert 3 gallons to liters. 1 gallon = 3.8 liters
How quickly does the panther accelerate if it's forward velocity changed from 0 - 15 meters per second in 60 seconds?
On a Velocity - time graph (acceleration) a flat horizontal line means the objects is
On a distance-time graph, a straight line angled down means the object is
On a velocity time graph, a straight line angled down means the object is
What is the momentum of a rock with a mass of 500 kg, rolling toward a tree at 10 mi / hr?
Billy’s teacher has asked him to type a report about Asian food. Which paragraph format should he use?
Billy needs to type a bibliography/reference page for the report that he just typed. Which paragraph format should he use?
The business owner hand wrote a letter that was given to his secretary to key using word processing software. What should be included on the letter?
The __________ __________ key locks the alphabetic keys in uppercase so that you can easily key all capital letters.
What are the margins used to format a report?
What is the formatting of Titles (table, report, work cited)?
What should be the line spacing in the work cited?
How should the main titled be keyed in a table?
What's the key that moves from cell to cell in a table? And also, lines up info (minutes).
What type of correspondence would be BEST to complain about a restaurant?
What is a work cited?
Which business document has a salutation and closing?
Which document lists all items that WERE discussed during a meeting?
Which document is prepared before a meeting?
Which comes first?
A writer must include a handful of minor supporting details in a brief summary.
Which point of view is used when the narrator knows what is going on in ONE character's head?
Major supporting details directly support the main idea.
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.
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When writing a summary, it is important to include a handful of minor supporting details
Which point of view is used when the narrator knows what is going on in ONE character's head?
Major supporting details directly support the main idea.
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Using political power for personal economic gain is called...
The Ghost Dance Movement led to the last battle of the Indian Wars. Name the battle.
What group was specifically excluded from moving to the US by a law passed in 1882?
Which organelle (cell part) controls what enters and leaves the cell?
Where are proteins are made in a cell?
The function of the nucleus is to
A cell that has chloroplasts is
A cell wall
Where is energy take place in a cell?
Photosynthesis happens in the
Which cell part do animal cells NOT have?
Which of the following is NOT found in BOTH prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells?
If a cell does NOT HAVE ribosomes
Which of the following would most likely be a single celled prokaryotic organism
Which type of cell is believed to have evolved first
One difference between Eukaryotic cells and Prokaryotic cells
Which of the following is not a difference between Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic Cells
When comparing Plant and Animal cells, Animal cells have all of the following except
Plant cells can be indentified by having
Bacteria cells can be identified from plants and animals cells because
Eukaryotic cells
Which of the following is ALWAYS present in Plants, Animals and Bacteria
Which of the following would not have membrane bound organelles
Photosynthesis takes place in the
Plants use sunlight to produce carbohydrates during the process of
Materials plants use to make glucose are
A pigment used for photosynthesis is
Energy is stored in a molecule called
The process during which glucose is changed into a form of energy is called
Cellular respiration takes place in the
Cellular respiration and breathing are
Photosynthesis and cellular respiration are connected because
The function of the root system is to
Main function of a leaf is to
In which process do producers use carbon from carbon dioxide to produce other carbon-containing molecules?
What are the reactants of cellular respiration?
What are the produces of photosynthesis?
Both plants cells animal cells contain mitochondria. What process, therefore, happen in both types of cells?
The _______consists of the lungs and passageways the leaf to the lungs.
If your circulatory system and respiratory system fail to work together...
Your body's transport system is the
The group of organs that takes in food, digest food, and eliminates solid wastes make up the
The kidneys, liver, and skin make up the
A feeling of strong affection.
Awful or ghastly; shocking
An intense argument or dispute.
Agreement or acceptance; consent
Without hope or almost without hope; depressed
In a bold, daring, or determined manner
Having been parted, separated, or removed from something
Unbearable; not able to be endured
Having a feeling of extreme joy
Endless; tiresomely long
Which of the following was a river that meant life or death for the people of Mesopotamia?
Which of the following was an empire that hoped to control Mesopotamia?
What are stories called that explain the belief system of the Sumerians?
What is a city that is also a separate and independent state?
Which civilization was established in open land and developed good fighting skill?
Which code established a type of justice called - an eye for an eye?
What does the word Mesopotamia mean?
What were the markets of Babylonia called?
Who were groups of travelers that traded and traveled to Babylon?
What is a system of writing that used wedges and symbols?
What is a code?
What is a Ziggurat?
Where were the first schools?
Who was the Babylonian king who united the kingdoms of Sumer and created law for them?
What did they have in the lands of Mesopotamia?
Which king built the hanging gardens for his wife?
What is a belief in many gods?
What was a weapon that used a wooden beam on wheels to knock down walls?
What keeps order and helps resolve conflict?
What is a group of city-states controlled by one government?
What childhood ideals did the author see slipping away from his life?
Whenever Buttercup commands the farm boy, he always answers what?
Who or what is Prince Humperdinck's one true love?
What is the purpose of the Zoo of Death?
Although Buttercup Westley is safe on his ship, in reality he is being what?
Why is Westley unable to protect himself against the Count's toture machine?
What does Buttercup call Humperdinck the night before their wedding?
When Max asks a mostly dead Westley what he has to live for, what response does he hear?
In their quest to enter the castle, Westley, Inigo, Fezzik work together, combining their what?
Once Buttercup is married to the Prince and realizes Westley is not coming for her, what does she decide to do?
Where is are Greece and Rome located?
Where can we find evidence of Greek/Roman Dance?
Who was the Goddess of Dance?
What part of the amphitheatre was used for seating
Which part of the amphitheatre was used for dancing/acting.
What part of the amphitheatre was a large wall used as the background.
Which part of the amphitheatre were the pathways.
True or False - Women were allowed to act in Greek/Roman plays
Which civilization prefered tragedies (sad) plays?
Which civilization showed violence on stage
Who wrote Oedipus Rex?
Which character killed themself in Oedipus Rex
Which character was a prophet in Oecipus Rex?
Who was the Greek/Roman God of Music?
Who was the Greek/Roman God of Drama?
Which Mathematician was important to music because he discovered pitch.
Which instrument is a double flute?
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Uds (pedir)
What should people do when a hurricane is forecasted?
What should people do if the tornado sirens go off?
Which of the following is NOT associated with severe thunderstorms?
Which of the following is NOT one of the 4 top weather related killers
What is NOT similar about the scales used to measure hurricanes and tornadoes
What is NOT similar about the damage done by tornadoes and hurricanes?
What is NOT a major difference between hurricanes and tornadoes.
When are tornadoes most likely to occur?
When is hurricane season?
What are the most common of tornadoes?
Which of the following was NOT a cause of the Civil War?
Why was the battle plan for the North called the Anaconda Plan?
Where were the first shots of the war fired?
Whose election led to South Carolina and then 10 other southern states seceding from the Union?
What major battles are considered the turning points of the war?
Where were the slaves freed by Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation?
Where did Robert E. Lee surrender the Confederate Army?
How long did the war last, and how many men were killed?
What were the Confederate States depending on in order to fund their war effort?
Who was the President of the Confederate States of America?
Who was the commander of the Confederate forces during the Civil War?
Why was the Gettysburg address such an important speech, even though it only lasted wo minutes?
What is the 10 year time period after the Civil War known as?
Why didn't President Lincoln get to implement his reconstruction plan?
What are black codes?
When the Republican party took control of reconstruction, they wanted to punish the South with harsher laws and restrictions, which earned them the nickname the ____________.
What are the Civil War amendments to the Constitution?
Which Civil War amendment abolished slavery?
Which Civil War amendment equal protection of law regardless of race?
Which Civil War amendment gave the right to vote to former slaves?
Who was almost impeached for standing against the Radical Republicans in congress?
What group formed in the deep South right after the Civil War, and used violence and intimidation to keep African Americans from achieving their rights?
What agency was set up to help former slaves after the Civil War?
What were Northerners who took control of Southern governments known as?
What system was developed in the South that basically kept freedmen in a virtual state a slavery?
What was the name of the railroad that finally connected the East with the West in the United States?
What happened in the North because of the economic stimulation the war created?
Which of the following is an example of military power?
Which of the following is an example of maintain public order?
What does the term sovereign nation mean?
Which of the following is an example of an authoritarian government?
Which of the following is an example of Governments accomplish what citizens would have difficulty doing individually?
Consent in government terms means.....
Power becomes authority only when?
Who believed the social contract existed to protect rights?
Which group would be a minority at Leyden?
Which of the following is an example of intellectual power?
You can never have total __________ and __________.
To have authority, a government must have __________ and __________.
The ability to get one to do something without violence or torture is called__________.
According to John Locke's theory, ___
Governing well is best represented by doing which of the following?
Which is NOT a type of power?
Which of the following is NOT a purpose of government?
A leader decides to jail those who are his political opponents. Which understanding best relates to this situation?
Which of the following is an example of something an authoritarian government would do?
Which description best characterizes a democracy?
What purchase doubled the land territory of the United States?
What was the political belief that America was going to span from ocean to ocean no matter what it took?
What large state was annexed in 1845, after it had previously won its independence from Mexico?
What country did the United States go to war with, in which territory was gained in Southwest North America?
What major cause of the Civil War led to people feeling an extreme loyalty to where they lived in the United States, rather than the country as a whole?
What were the major sections of the United States just prior to the Civil War?
Which section of the United States emerged as the Bread Basket of the nation?
Why was the South known as King Cotton?
What were the people involved in the anti-slavery movement known as?
Which abolitionist wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin about the daily life of a slave?
What was the secret route that helped runaway slaves escape to freedom?
Which compromise let California into the United States?
Why was the Republican party formed in 1854?
What Supreme Court case upheld the institution of slavery and declared the Missouri Compromise unconstitutional?
Why was Jackson's time in office referred to as the Age of the Common Man?
How did Jackson change the way people would campaign for office?
What act did Jackson sign into law, which gave the government the power to relocate Native Americans?
What was the name given to the long march and removal of the Cherokee, in which thousands died along the 800 mile long journey?
What was the main issue facing President Jackson during the Nullification Crisis?
What is a tariff?
Which of the following is TRUE about a free enterprise system?
Where did the Industrial Revolution begin, and in what industry did it start?
Which of the following is a characteristic of the Industrial Revolution?
What reform movements occurred during and after Jackson's time in office?
Collectively what are the first 10 amendment to the Constitution known as?
Which of the following is NOT protected by the 1st Amendment?
Which amendment was created in direct response to the Quartering Act passed by the king before the revolution?
Which set of amendments make up the rights of the accused?
What is a citizen?
What are the two pathways to citizenship?
Which of the following is NOT a responsibility of the US citizen?
Which of the following is NOT an active responsibility of a US citizen
Which amendment defines the requirements for citizenship?
Which of the following help to shape our national identity?
What was the name of the first governing document in the USA?
Which of the following was a weakness of the Articles of Confederation?
What event led to the public demanding a change in the Articles of Confederation?
What was the name of the compromise that settled the issue between small and large states over representation in Congress?
Which principle of the US Constitution set up a system in which power is divided between the central and state governments?
Which principle of the US Constitution provides a way for each branch of the government to keep the other's powers from getting out of control?
Which principle of the US Constitution gives the people the right to choose and for majority rule?
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Which instrument is a water organ?
Which instrument is a hand held harp?
Which Greek/Roman statue represented beauty and perfection?
This s-curve used in art helped to imitate motion.
The rectangular temple dedicated to Athena is called...
This building was used for chariot races and gladiator fights.
Which of the following playwrights were Greek?
Which of the following playwrights were Roman?
Which column had a capital with a scroll design?
Which Column had a capital with a basic bowl and squre shape
Which Column had a capital with a leaf design?
How many faces does a pyramid have?
What word describes the moving of water for farming?
When humans learn certain skills, instead of all skills… this is called ____.
There was a low supply of scribes, so….
Which is not found near Egypt?
What is the most moist and fertile part of Egypt?
Pyramids were made of this rock…..
Cultural Diffusion is shown when….
Egypt is on what continent?
A structure designed for holding the dead...
Egypt made much of their wealth through...
Culture is...
What is the closest to hieroglyphics?
Migration of hunter/gatherers...
What is the training of plants to produce food?
What is the best example of cultural diffusion?
When would a mummy often be completed?
What is the best title for this outline grouping: -hieroglyphics, -mathematics, -rope
Why would tombs often be robbed?
What religion is polytheistic?
Where is (new) rock formed?
How does the energy from an Earthquake travel?
What is the source of energy for the Earth's convection currents?
What is the name of the landmass formed during the Paleozoic Era?
We determine how a rock is classified by how the rock ___________.
The stronger an earthquake - the _______________ the seismic waves will be felt away from the epicenter.
Glaciers can form U shaped valleys.
Oceanic plate crust is more dense and __________ than continental crust.
What is an aquifer?
What is a kettle?
What is an esker?
Where do most earthquakes happen?
What causes the plates to move?
What causes a mid-ocean ridge?
Where does chemical weathering happen faster?
Most rivers in Michigan flow into the___________.
What type of Earthquake waves travel the fastest?
Because S waves cannot travel through liquids...and cannot travel through the outer core, we have concluded that the outer core most be_________.
soup
huge
flute
cute
suit
mute
amuse
chute
fuse
amuse
17. Who was the leader of the Continental Army?
18. What was the function of the Mayflower Compact of 1620?
19. There were many events which led up to the American Revolution. Which of the following is not an example of an event which led to the American Revolution?
20. Which of the following was the final battle of the American Revolution?
21. Under the separation of powers specified by the U.S. Constitution, the national government is divided into the legislative, judicial, and ____ branches
22. The Constitution gives the federal government the necessary power to protect itself against rebellions or attacks. Article IV give the national government the power to maintain a __________.
23. In President Washington's famous Farewell Address, he warned the American people against permanent alliances, sectionalism, and political parties. Why did President Washington warn the American people against political parties?
24. The _____________ wanted a strong national government and believed that there should be a loose interpretation of the Constitution
25. The ___________________ wanted strong state governments and believed in a strict interpretation of the Constitution.
26. Before he left office, President Adams appointed some judges to the Supreme Court at the last minute. These appointment papers were not delivered in time and someone sued to become a judge. This Supreme Court case is known as _________.
27. How does the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution limit the power of the federal government?
Curt and Carrie sign a real estate contract to purchase a historic home. In the body of the contract, a change is handwritten in. What law requires the contract to be in writing?
After being offered a new car at a discount, Lisa decided to turn down the offer. How was this contract terminated?
A detective caught a suspect who intentionally set fire to a pharmacy. He was not allowed to accept a gift from the proprietor due to:
Marco and Angelica are purchasing their first home. What law requires that their contract be in writing?
Molly agrees to buy a set of glassware after talking to the salesman over the phone. What type of contract is this?
Molly agrees to buy a set of glassware after talking to the salesman over the phone. What type of contract is this?
Mark purchases a piece of rare art from Jill for $5,000. The contract was written and signed by both parties. Who is Jill?
Mark purchases a piece of rare art from Jill for $5,000. The contract was written and signed by both parties. Who is Mark?
Jennifer asked Jason if he wanted to buy her car for $5,000. Who is Jennifer in this transaction?
Which is a type of unilateral mistake?
A 40-story building is completed on time but has a slightly different tile floor in one room than required by the contract. How was the contract discharged?
Carter Construction is building the new civic arena. The construction is expected to take over two years to complete. The contract must be in writing according to which law?
A contract to charge a set price with competitors violates which element?
A threat against a person's business would violate which ELEMENT?
Agreeing to give false testimony violates which ELEMENT?
After being threatened at gun point, Dale cancels his contract based on which part of genuine agreement?
When Donnie, Matt, and Steve, all age 15 enter into a contract, what term describes this type of contract?
Betty lost her wallet at a school ballgame. She offers a reward of $25 to anyone who returns the wallet. What type of contract is this?
John sold a watch he owned. What term is used to identify the watch in this transaction?
Carol gives up her legal right to sue Janice. What term describes this situation?
Samantha decides to sell Joanne her music collection for $550. Both sign a written contract, but Joanne orally promises to add 2 more items to the collection after signing the contract. What law required the contract to be in writing?
John proposes to sell his car to Jan for $500. What element did John propose?
John agreeing to Jason's proposal to sell his car is which element?
If the offeror mails an offer to the offeree, and the offeree faxes the acceptance, when will the offer go into affect?
Carol has agreed to make Debbie’s prom dress. Debbie has indicated that she wants her to make the dress, a cape, and gloves. Carol is pressed for time and forgot to make the gloves. What type of performance has Carol completed?
Nancy has a contract to buy a car from Bryan. Nancy realizes she cannot afford the car. After signing the contract, Bryan wishes he had not contracted to sell the car to Nancy. They both decide to terminate the contract by what method?
An environmental group is suing to stop the clear cutting of trees by a local developer. What type of remedy will they request?
Monica has a contract with Fred's Landscape Service to mulch her yard. After the job is finished, the contract is discharged by what method?
Amber transfers her duty of cleaning Julie’s house to Roxanne. However, Amber is still responsible for the job. How was the contract transferred?
A world famous artist dies suddenly before finishing several projects. How will all of the artist’s contracts be discharged?
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unrequested email messages and advertisements
Describes a program that uses different types of media (such as text, graphics, video, animation, or sound) at the same time
to respond to all people who received an email message
a program used to view web pages
to move to different parts of a network or program to find resources or files
software that finds a list of websites that meet a specified serach
a single document on the web
a document showing a student's education and career goals and a way to achieve those goals
the principal activity in your life that you do to earn money
arranging the shape, size, type and make up of a document
identifies patterns, symbols, or colors used in a chart
a number or cell reference used in a formula
the conditions under which you can use material that is copyrighted by somoene else without paying royalties
the general profession of your working or professional life
a unit of information euqal to one billion bytes
a unit of information equal to a thousand bytes
describes a program that uses different types of media (such as text, graphics, video, animation, or sound) at the same time
Radio active tracers are useful in determining medical problems
Radiation can be used to stop all types of cancer.
A cloud chamber can be used to detect alpha or beta particle radiation.
All radiation comes from the sun
Einsteins Theory of Relativity is?
Type of radioactive particle that emits 2 protons and 2 neutrons.
Holds Nucleus together.
The splitting of a nucleus.
The Nuclear power plant that exploded in Russia was called?
Alpha emitters can be dangerous when they are ____________?
Are composed of Electrons and are faster and more penetrating than alpha particles.
Is made of electric magnetic waves, has no mass or charge and is the most penetrating form of radiation.
The total amount of fissionable material required for fission is called?
The release of matter and energy from nuclear decay is called?
The amojunt of time it takes for half the nuclei in a radioactive sample to decay?
A form of radiation that travels in waves.
Elements with an atomic number greater than _______ are synthetic.
Energy in the sun is produced as a result of nuclear_____________?
Elements greater than ________ are radioactive.
When an electron that is produced when a neutron decays is called?
isotopes have the same bumber of protons but a different number of ___________?
Radioactivity can be harmful and cause disease because it affects?
The process in which an atom loses radiation and becomes another element is known as _______________?
Radioactive dating uses half life of different radioactive materials to test the ______________ of a sample.
When a radio isotope is used to find or keep track of molecules in an organism.
A device that measures the amount of radiation producing an electric current when it detects a charged particle.
Detects nuclear particles by holding a super heated liquid that doesn't boil due to the high pressure.
Filled with water or ethanol vapor to detect alpha and beta particles.
Two nuclei with small masses combine to form a nucleus of a larger mass.
The process of splitting a nuclei into several smaller nuclei.
ASL signs that use the first letter of the English word as the handshape are often considered -
What is the NMS for DIFFERENT (plural)?
What is the NMS for POST-OFFICE?
What is the NMS to emphasize something's large size?
What is the NMS for FINISH?
Which of the following sentences should use the ASL sign for HAVE?
When using spatial visualization, remember all of the following, EXCEPT...
Which of the following does not use the person-marker?
Who was the first Deaf president of Gallaudet University?
This classifier is often used to show the locations of buildings in relation to other structures.
The telephone book for the Deaf Community is called the
The part of your body where cents are signed is called
The movement used to show dollar amounts under $10 is called
Which ASL sign can mean zip, zilch, or nada?
What is the appropriate NMS for WHAT-KIND?
Which of the following ASL signs does NOT use the Flat-O handshape?
ENTER and ENTRANCE are considered a Noun-Verb Pair because all components are the same EXCEPT
Which of the following is signed (not fingerspelled)?
In addition to the U-handshape, what Is another handshape for the ASL sign BUILDING?
What was the result of the Second International Congress on Education of the Deaf (in Milan in 1880)?
What is the typical frequency range that is measured on an audiogram?
What is the typical intensity range that is measured on an audiogram?
What is the abbreviation for the measurement of frequency?
What is the abbreviation for the measurement of intensity?
Which color represents the right ear on an audiogram?
Which color represents the left ear on the audiogram?
What is the name of the area on an audiogram where spoken human sounds are represented?
What is the correct order of the four degrees of hearing loss, in order from greatest amount of hearing to least amount of hearing?
Who is the person who is responsible for measuring and managing hearing?
This is a small electronic device that amplifies sound and is worn in or behind the ear.
What is the study of the ear and hearing?
What is the treatment for the improvement or cure of communication disorders?
What is a method used to comprehend spoken words, by interpreting movements on the speaker's lips?
What is the measurement of frequency?
What is the measurement of intensity?
What is otitis media?
This electronic device requires a surgery. This device bypasses the outer and middle ear and delivers sound to the inner ear and the brain.
Which shape/letter represents the right ear on an audiogram?
Which shape/letter represents the left ear on an audiogram?
This is a graph that represents a person's hearing.
Ella (dar)
Manuel y Ricardo (ver)
Nosotros (hacer)
Uds. (ser)
Yo (estar)
Tú (decir)
Tú y yo (poner)
Josue (saber)
La Sra Little (querer)
Mis maestros (ir)
Yo (tener)
Elena y tú (traer)
Ud (poder)
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Bill transfers his rights to renting his apartment to Bob. How was the contract transferred?
Greg has a contract with Steve to buy a riding lawnmower. After the contract was signed, Greg changed the price from $150 to $250 without Steve's knowledge. What method of termination is this?
Unable to pay off a $250 contract, Jon wants to change the contract by giving something worth $250 to Peter. How was the contract discharged?
Ann accepted a cleaning job but her crew did not have time to complete the job. Ann lets her friend Amanda do the job while Ann retains responsibility. How is this contract discharged?
Buttercup and Westley promise to outlive each other in order to:
Whom did the man in black kill on the Cliffs of Insanity?
William Goldman wanted to revise S. Morgenstern's work in order to:
Why did Buttercup proclaim that she would never love again?
Who killed Domingo Montoya?
During the Battle of Wits, which goblet was poisoned?
Who was the Man in Black?
In order to escape Prince Humperdinck, Westley and Buttercup had to go through:
Who actually plotted the kidnapping of Buttercup?
Why did Buttercup agree to marry the Prince?
cost of living
weekly rent
base pay
federal income tax
social security tax
disability tax
take home pay
debt
charge account
manage money
life insurance
health insurance
monthly income
percentages
expenses
budget
What is a group of tissues that work together to perform a certain function?
What is a tissue?
What is the basic unit of structure and function for all living things?
Which organelle directs a cell's activities?
What is found only in plant cells?
Which type of tissue forms bones, tendons, and ligaments?
Which part of the microscope holds the slide?
How should you carry a microscope?
What is the largest organ in the body?
What kind of tissue makes up the skin?
What is the liquid part of the blood called?
What do chromosomes do?
What is the function of the vacuole?
In what kind of cell do you find a cell wall and chloroplasts?
Terrestrial
Tidal wetlands growing in salty water. Generally the water is less salty than the ocean, but too salty to drink.
A mix of salt and fresh water
Forests with tall trees, warm climates, and lots of rain.
The biggest biome in the world! It covers about 70% of the earth.
Regions of the world with similar climate (weather, temperature) animals and plants.
A biome where grasses, not trees, are the main plant life. Prairies are an example
An area where seawater mixes with freshwater.
This biome has four changing seasons including winter, spring, summer, and fall.
The six Biomes of the world:
Define ancestors.
Define smoldering.
Define clinging.
Define dangle.
Define wither.
Define oxygen
Define start.
Define pollinate
Which of the following is an example of two homographs?
What is the Latin root in the word transform?
HEAD - PREVEDI NA HRVATSKI
LEG - PREVEDI NA HRVATSKI
HAIR - PREVEDI NA HRVATSKI
HAND - PREVEDI NA HRVATSKI
EAR - PREVEDI NA HRVATSKI
MOUTH - PREVEDI NA HRVATSKI
ARM - PREVEDI NA HRVATSKI
FINGER - PREVEDI NA HRVATSKI
FOOT - PREVEDI NA HRVATSKI
EYE - PREVEDI NA HRVATSKI
During her trial, why didn't Charlotte tell Jaggery that she thought Zachariah had committed the murder?
What was the prison that Charlotte referred to as her proper place?
Who was the leader of the attmpted mutiny?
Why is seeing the red bird an ominous sign?
When Charlotte returns to the Sehawk at the end of the novel, who is captain?
Why do the sailors have to go aloft during the hurricane?
As she is climbing the mast during the hurricane, what does Charlotte do?
How did the crew help save Charlotte from drowning?
What warning did the crew give Charlotte on her way to tell the Captain about the round robin?
What is a round robin?
Since Charlotte becomes part of the crew, the captain oly comes on deck when Charlotte is on watch?
Who was Jaggery's informant all along?
What is Jaggery's main argument against Chalotte?
Besides the knife, what is the other piece of evidence that Charlotte killed Hollybrass?
When Charlotte tries to apologize to Jaggery, he
The crew were all armed when they attempted the mutiny?
What made Jaggery beat Zachariah even more furiously?
Zachariah's second gift to Charlotte's is?
Jaggery asks Charlotte to spy on the men for him
What does Charlotte do with the knife she is given?
The ability to carry electricity
What an object looks like (color, texture, size, etc.)
In a chemical reactions, it is what is combined together
In a chemical reaction, it is what is formed after combining substances
The ability to burn
The ability to undergo chemical changes
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The frigid water made Elizabeth’s teeth chatter. What is the meaning of frigid?
It's too risky to drive anywhere in these hazardous conditions. What is the meaning of hazardous?
Jim is an amazing orator. No other speaker moves me like he does. What is the meaning of orator?
The rescue workers were glad to see that food was abundant. There was enough for everyone. What is the meaning of abundant?
Our dispute was so long-standing that we had no hope of reaching an agreement. What is the meaning of dispute?
Unlike her gregarious sister, Eva, Amanda was shy and preferred to be by herself. What is the meaning of gregarious?
Typewriters became obsolete with the development of personal computers. What is the meaning of obsolete?
After the rainstorm, the rainbow lit up the sky with vivid colors. What is the meaning of vivid?
The pioneers who had endured the long winter welcomed the warm spring. What is the meaning of endured?
Amanda and Eva huddled under their wool blankets and gazed up in awe as the magical stars twinkled in the evening firmament. What is the meaning of firmament?
What caused the increase of Irish immigration in the mid-1800s?
Slavery and cotton growing were closely linked because __
The Industrial Revolution began in the
Which of the following was part of the Missouri Compromise?
Which of the following allowed Missouri to enter the Union as a slave state and Maine to enter the Union as a free state?
Most southern whites were
Robert Fulton is known as the inventor of which of the following?
Which of the following was NOT a result of the invention of the cotton gin?
Which of the following could be made with interchangeable parts?
Which of the following was NOT a reason for immigration to the United States during this period?
James Watt is known as the father of which invention?
Which of the following occurred first?
Which of the following is an example of discrimination?
Irish immigrants generally were met with more hostility than some other immigrants because they
Why was 1808 an important year in the fight against slavery.
Members of a nativist group were nicknamed Know Nothings because they
The primary purpose of the slave codes was to
Which of the following enabled western farmers to ship goods to New York City?
Free African Americans were NOT prevented by law from
Who might have complained that completition with the railroads would cause them to lose money?
The green lush grass, smelled like a summer day.
When a character goes back in time to a memory.
The cat was as black as a moonless night.
An unexpected turn is an example of what?
The giant wave swallowed the beach as it receeded.
When there is something that lets the reader know that something will be happening, it is an example of..
The underlying message of a story
The description of a what a charachter is like.
Six simple sparrows flew away, is an example of..
The perspective of the narrator.
A leader that forces citizens to completely obey the government. May use imperialism, militarism, or nationalism to gain support. Citizens usually lose some of their freedoms under authoritarian leaders.
An authoritarian leader who came to power in Germany (1933) and led Germany during World War II (1939-1945)
Prime Minister of Britain who practiced appeasement by giving Hitler permission to keep Austria as long as he agreed not to attack other countries
Country bordering Germany. When Germany invaded Poland in 1939, Britain and France declared war.
One of the two main alliances in World War II, between Germany, Japan, and Italy
One of the two main alliances in World War II. Originally composed of France and Britain, but eventually joined by Russia and the United States
Country bordering Germany, with a long history of political and cultural ties to Germany. Annexed by Germany in 1938; Great Britain responded with appeasement
32nd president of the United States (1933 - 1945); led America through the Great Depression and World War II. Died in office on April 12, 1945 and was succeeded by Harry S. Truman
33rd president of the United States (1945 - 1953); led America at the conclusion of World War II. Ordered the use of the atomic bombs against Japan
People whose religion is Judaism, who are descended from Jewish people, or who participate in the culture surrounding Judaism
In December 1941, Japan launched a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor (a United States naval base in Hawaii), killing around 2400 Americans and wounding about 1200. This attack brought the United States into World War II.
In April 1945, Allied forces entered Berlin. Hitler committed suicide. A few days later, on May 7, 1945, Germany surrendered.
Five week battle (February - March, 1945) between Japan and the United States. The US captured the island, but lost nearly 7,000 soldiers. Iwo Jima and the Battle of Okinawa caused the US to seek ways to end the war without more US casualties.
In August of 1945, the United States dropped two atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. These bombs convinced Japan to surrender.
Only 340 miles from the Japanese mainland, the battle lasted 82 days (April - June, 1945) and killed more than 12,000 United States soldiers. Okinawa and the Battle of Iwo Jima caused the US to seek ways to end the war without more US casualties.
The conflict between the Allies and the Axis from 1939-1945
One of the bloodiest battles in world history. Lasted approximately 6 months. When Russia won the battle in 1943, Germany retreated on the eastern front in Europe for the remainder of the war.
The first day of the Battle of Normandy (June 6, 1944). Combined forces of the Allies (mostly from the United States, Great Britain, and Canada) landed on the beaches of Normandy in France.
A term used to describe the persecution and murder of approximately 6 million Jews during World War II by the German government
Facilities in which people--most of whom were Jewish--were held hostage, tortured, and murdered
How is the amplitude of a sound wave related to sound you here?
Most of the elements in the periodic table are
What is inertia
A student uses a force of 3.6 Newtons (N) to move a metal block 5.0 meters along an inclined plane. How much work does a student do?
Energy cannot be created or destroyed is a statement of the law of
What can of energy is stored in a compressed spring?
Each time another bulb is added to a series circuit, the other bulbs in the circuit
In a vacuum, or open space heat transfer occurs by
Two objects move closer together. What happens to the gravitational attraction between them?
A runner takes 1.5 hours to complete a 6.0-kilometer route. What is the jogger's average speed?
which formula represents a single atom?
A beaker contains sand and water. The student pours the content of the beaker into a filter. The water flows through the filter but the sand does not. The student can conclude that sand and water is
Look at the chemical equation: AgNO(3) + NaCl to produce AgCl + NaNO(3). When 170 grams of silver nitrate (AgNO(3), react with 58 grams of sodium chloride (NaCl), 100 grams of sodium nitrate (NaNO(3 are produced,. How many grams of AgCl ? (
What is a mechanical wave?
A wave has a high frequency, What can be inferred about it wavelength?
Side (Fig. one): 2 in, Side (Fig. two): 4 in. Give the ratio of the perimeters and areas.
Side (Fig. one): 8 cm, Side (Fig. two): 6 cm. Give the ratio of the perimeters and areas.
Side (Fig. one): 14 cm, Side (Fig. two): 21 cm. Give the ratio of the perimeters and areas.
Side (Fig. one): 15 in, Side (Fig. two): 25 in. Give the ratio of the perimeters and areas.
Side (Fig. one): 3 in, Side (Fig. two): 6 in. Area of smaller figure is 6 sq in. Find the area of the other figure to the nearest whole number.
Side (Fig. one): 12 m, Side (Fig. two): 18 m. Area of larger figure is 121 sq m. Find the area of the other figure to the nearest whole number.
Side (Fig. one): 16 ft, Side (Fig. two): 12 ft. Area of larger figure is 105 sq ft. Find the area of the other figure to the nearest whole number.
Side (Fig. one): 11 m, Side (Fig. two): 3 m. Area of smaller figure is 23 sq m. Find the area of the other figure to the nearest whole number.
Side (Fig. one): 4 cm, Side (Fig. two): 10 cm. Area of smaller figure is 27.5 sq cm. Find the area of the other figure to the nearest whole number.
Side (Fig. one): 12 in, Side (Fig. two): 16 in. Area of larger figure is 96 sq in. Find the area of the other figure to the nearest whole number.
In which number does 4 have a value of 40,000?
What is (2 x 1,000) + (6 x 100) + (5 x 10) + (3 x 1) in standard form?
How is 7/10 written as a decimal?
The distance to the sun is about 93,000,000 miles. How is this number written in words?
What is the value of 3 in 735,229,981?
In which place value is the 7 for the number 2.871?
Which of the decimals is largest?
Which of the decimals is least?
12.601 is less than which of the following?
Which decimal shows five and thirty-two hundredths?
Station A sells gas for $2.79 per gallon. Station C sells gas for $2.44 per gallon. How much more is the gasoline at Station A than at Station C?
Kira purchases a book that costs $26.95. She pays for the book with $30. How much change will she receive?
Email, the Web, and other Internet technologies that employees can use with a company and are not open to the public
The part of an email address that comes before the @ symbol
to respond to the sender of an email message
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solid that forms after chemically combining two different liquids
combust-
-lys
-ous
God showed his mercy by
Stewardship involves responsibility and
Symbolizes that men and women are created equally
A thought, word, deed, or omission against God's law
The soul is immortal; it will never die
The breathe of life from God is our
Eating the fruit symbolizes
The first humans always obeyed God
Symbolizes happiness humans had in the prescence of God
The serpent symbolizes
God created humans
Forbidden fruit symbolizes
God did not abandoned humanity. He showed his
This entered the world through a human act
How many creations stories are in the Bible?
Biblical writers used stories to teach religious truths
Three things lost when humans sinned
Three things brought into our world because of sin
Both creation stories agree that God is the
Humans are called to be stewards
Which of the following is an example of a physical property?
Which of the following is an example of a chemical property?
Which of the following is not a chemical property?
Which of the following is a physical property?
Luster (shininess) is best classified as
Which of the following is not a physical property?
Items that you can observe such as color and texture are considered...
Which of the following is an example of a physical property?
Which of the following is chemical property?
Which of the following is not an example of a chemical property?
Producer with 1 to many cells. Cell wall and nucleus are present. Cannot move
Consumers with 1 to many cells. Have nucleus and cell wall. Cannot move
consumers with many cells, nucleus is present but no cell wall. Nearly all can move
Single cell producer or consumer. Most can move. Have nucleus
Some producers and some consumers with single cell. No nucleus and cannot move.
What is the correct order for classifying an organism
What 2 divisions are used for writing a scientific name?
Which scientific name is writen correctly?
What is the correct order for Incomplete Metamorphosis?
What is the correct order for Complete Metamorphosis and a correct insect?
Which group was the most respected?
King Tut was...
What is a major goal of embalming?
How is culture defined?
How do we know that the time of Egyptian pyramid building was AFTER the Neolithic Revolution?
What are characteristics of a civilization?
What term describes the aspects of business, money, and trade?
Who was the god of scribes?
Who was the god of the Nile?
Who was the god of the sun?
what is the first step of making a mummy?
What is a mummy?
The time when eras are divided.
The use of rock layers to determine age.
Used for dating things that lived within the last 50,000 years.
Any method of measuring the age of an event or object in years.
A unit of geologic time that includes two or more periods.
A break in the geologic record created when rock layers are eroded or when sediment is not deposited for a long period of time.
The standard method used to divide the Earth's long natural history into manageable parts.
A subdivision of a geologic period.
A mark or cavity made in a sedimentary surface by a shell or other body.
A principle that states that geologic change occurs suddenly.
A fossil that is found in the rock layers of only one geologic age and that is used to establish the age of the rock layers.
The death of every member of species.
The era that came to an end with the largest mass extinction.
Younger rock is over older rock.
A naturally preserved evidence of animal activity.
Water moves from place to place on Earth through
Which of the following is TRUE about the water cycle
Which stage of the water cycle is driven by gravity?
Which stage of the water cycle is driven by the Sun?
Which stage of the water cycle is driven by the weather?
The air we breathe contains
Earth's atmosphere contains less carbon dioxide than
Photosynthesis is responsible for
When fossil fuels are burned, they release
The nitrogen cycle
What caused Americans to decide to move westward in the 1800's?
_____________ is the development and use of scientific knowledge to solve practical problems
In a(n) _________________ area, people live in cities
In a _____________ area, people live in small towns or farms
A ___________ is something that a person must have to live.
A ____________ is something that a person would like to have, but can live without.
To _____________ is to trade one kind of goods or service for another.
People who make goods or products to sell are called ____________
A person who buys goods or services is a ___________
An ______________ is the resources of a country, state, region, or community and how the resources are managed.
A ____________ is the money a business person has left over after all the costs of the business are paid.
The quantity of an item that consumers are willing to buy at different prices is the ____________
The quantity of an item that sellers are willing to offer at different prices is called the ___________.
_____________- is the moving of goods, people, or animals from one place to another
_____________ of businesses means that goods are produced using resources, raw materials, and services from several countries.
______________ is the way that people send and receive information
The Valero Company removes oil from the earth to be advanced. What type of production is performed?
Smart Tech Hardware Co. buys materials such as wood, plastic, and fabric in order to create office furniture to be sold worldwide. What type of production is performed?
Jay sells basil plants grown in his garden to several local restaurants. What type of production is performed?
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What is the name for a virtual body in an online game?
Which of the following would be the best alternative for Internet access for a person who lives in a remote area of the country?
What is moving about the Web called?
A language for describing other languages is called a
In the URL http://www.emcparadigm.com, what does emcparadigm represent?
What is the domain suffix for the U.S. Navy?
In the URL http://www.wired.com/news, what does news represent?
In contrast to HTML, XML
What are cookies?
How do plug-ins such as Shockwave by Macormedia enhance Web sites?
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 the concerns regarding.
The most common search operators are ______.
______________ states that all net traffic shall be treated with equal priority.
is the type of polyprotic acid that can donate two protons per molecule
protons are transferred from one reactant (the acid) to another (the base)
is the type of polyprotic acid that can donate three protons per molecule.
is a molecule or ion that is a proton donor.
is an acid that can donate only one proton (hydrogen ion) per molecule.
an acid that can donate more than one proton per molecule.
increases the hydroxide (OH) concentration in a solution
is a molecule or ion that is a proton acceptor.
A weak acid or base that changes colors as it dissociates
A way to measure pH using a mixture of indicators
A way to measure unknown concentrations of a substance.
The point where an indicator starts to change color
A way to measure pH using electrodes
to behave affectionately
to decorate or add beauty to; make more attractive
natural inclination or tendency to something
to make or become deep purplish-red
bitter conflict; quarrel, struggle or clash
person who chare in one's activities; fellow member of a group
revolt or rebellion against authority
to go or pass from a higher to a lower place; to slope, to tend or lean downward
formal public speech delivered especially at funerals, anniversaries, graduations, etc.
to load heavily, troubled
1. What is the number of trustees that led GA during the Trustee Period?
2. Which city was the first city built by the Salzburgers in GA?
3. True or False? Debtors are people unable to pay their bills and were imprisoned in Great Britain.
4. Which reason was NOT one of the reasons for founding of Georgia?
5. After the Charter of 1732 expired, what type of colony did Georgia become?
6. In order from first to last, who were the royal governors of GA?
7. True or False? Mercantilism is NOT an economic system where you export more than you import.
8. Which of these are NOT one of the three laws that were enforced during the trustee period?
9. Which document created by King George the III that awarded all the land west of the Appalachian Mountains to Native Americans?
10. Who were the three signers from Georgia that signed the Declaration of Independence?
11. Which person was not of importance during the Civil War for Georgia?
12. Which American Revolution battle was victory for the patriots in Georgia?
The genetic code of an organism is its
The physical appearance/ traits of an organism is its
What do the letters on the outside of a punnett square represent
A parent with genotype Tt has offspring with a parent with genotype TT, what is the percent chance the offspring shows the dominant trait
In elephants T gives tusks, and t gives no tusks. If a Tt elephant has babies with a Tt elephant, what are the chances the elephant does not have tusks?
B= spots, b= no spots. A dog with traits Bb has puppies with another Bb dog. What are all of the possible genotypes of their offspring?
B= spots, b= no spots. A dog with traits Bb has puppies with another Bb dog. What are all of the possible phenotypes of their offspring?
Why in Bb do you see the dominant trait?
Where do you get your genes
What are the possible genotypes if you see the dominant trait?
Pinecones are a sign of a
An orange is an example of
Flowers purpose is
Leaves main purpose is
Which is not a characteristic of plants
Which is not different in plant cells from animal cells
Which type of plant has flowers
Which type of plant has pineapple
What is the main function of roots
How do plants get food
Which is an example of a consumer eating another consumer
A producer uses energy from the sun to make food. Which of these in NOT a producer
A consumer gets its food by eating other organisms, which of these is NOT a consumer?
What do you always find at the start of a food chain or web?
Why do food chains always start with green plants
A wood mouse eats leaves, a badger eats the wood mouse. A hawk eats the badger. Which is the producer?
A wood mouse eats leaves, a badger eats the wood mouse. A hawk eats the badger. Which is the primary consumer?
A wood mouse eats leaves, a badger eats the wood mouse. A hawk eats the badger. Which are the carnivores?
A wood mouse eats leaves, a badger eats the wood mouse. A hawk eats the badger. Which are the herbivores?
A wood mouse eats leaves, a badger eats the wood mouse. A hawk eats the badger. Which is the secondary consumer?
____ Na + ____ H2O →____ NaOH + ____H2
____ N2 + ____ H2→ ____ NH3
Calcium hydroxide and phosphoric acid react to form calcium phosphate and water.
____ H2O + ____ O2 →____ H2O2
Potassium metal and chlorine gas combine to form potassium chloride.
____ AlBr3 + ____ K2SO4 →____ KBr + ____ Al2(SO4)3
Copper and sulfuric acid react to form copper (II) sulfate and water and sulfur dioxide.
____ NaBr + ____ CaF2 →____ NaF + ____ CaBr2
____ HCl + ____ CaCO3 →____ CaCl2 + ____H2O + ____ CO2
Hydrogen gas and nitrogen monoxide react to form water and nitrogen gas.
The organ system that moves blood through your body
The organ system that carries nutrients to the cell
The stomach is part of which system
The blood vessel that takes blood from the lungs to the heart is
The blood vessel that takes blood from the body to the heart is
you can tell something is an artery because
This system breaks down food
This body system supplies oxygen to your blood
The lungs are part of which system
White blood cells are part of which system
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Employees of Bella Coola Fisheries catch fresh salmon and prepare it to be sold to domestic and international buyers. What type of production is performed?
Century Company sells filters to Shure Electronics that cut the filters in order for them to be placed into microphones during final production at a later time. What type of production is performed?
Draperies, Inc. finished organic cotton drapes for the local theater on Walnut Street. Which type of manufacturing procedure was performed?
Nabisco prepares tons of oats to be used for producing granola bars. Which type of manufacturing procedure is performed?
Goodyear uses rubber to produce tires for cars, SUV's, and trucks. Which type of manufacturing procedure is performed?
Sony produces thousands of electronics to serve international consumers. Which type of manufacturing procedure is performed?
Hanes upgrades production routinely to produce thousands of items daily. Which type of manufacturing procedure will Hanes perform to keep up with production?
Which is an example of product development?
Which is an example of production planning for personnel?
Which is an example of production planning for resources?
A production manager determined that the buffer made the finish of cars appear to be dull. Which continuous process improvement did he perform?
John renovated his restaurant to reflect the retro style of 1950. This is an example of which type of business operation?
Economic system where people control what is bought and solc
Economic system where the government controls the basic economic decisions
Tax on imports
Limit on imports
Stop all trade
Buildings, computers, or telephones of a business
Education, training, and health insurance of employees
Gold, timber, or solar power used by a business
Customs and habits of the past determine what is produced
Person that risks his time and money to start/run a business
The grinding and wearing away of rock surfaces through the mechanical action of other rock or sand particles
Rain, sleet, or snow that contains a high concentration of acids
The process by which rocks break down as a result of chemical reactions
tThe breakdown of rock into smaller pieces by physical means
A chemical reaction in which an element, such as iron, combines with oxygen to form an oxide
The process by which rock materials are broken down by the action of physical or chemical processes
Which of the following is a type of frost action?
Which of the following types of chemical weathering causes a karst
How do lichens slowly break down a rock?
Which of these is most likely to experience oxidation?
An instrument used to measure temperature
water that falls from clouds
Air is a
Winds are caused by differences in
The reflection of light in all directions is called
The temperature at which water condenses begins at
Visible light is a mixture of all colors in a rainbow
A form of energy with wavelengths longer than red light
To form clouds, air is cooled to its dew point and
Conduction, convection and _____ are ways heat is transferred
How it the Periodic Table organized
What is group 18 on the periodic table called?
What is group 2 called
What are the 4 blocks on the period table called
What is Iron (Fe) categorized as?
Elements Below the Periodic Table are known as the...(Hint Block F)
As you go to the right on the Periodic Table the Atomic Radius...
Fluorine (F) is categorized as a...
How many elements on the periodic table are naturally found?
Potassium (K) is categorized as a...
A prokaryotic cell is best described as:
The main difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells is that:
What are the characteristics of living things?
Which of the following could be considered the building blocks of living things?
Which of the following structures can be found in plan cells but NOT animal cells?
The rigid layer of nonliving material that surrounds plant cells is the
Which is part of the cell that is liquid that other organelles float in?
Diffusion allows materials to
Osmosis is important to cells because
Why are lipids important in a cell?
Which of these is NOT an example of matter?
The sum of the protons and neutrons in the nucleus of an atom is called the
Atoms are mostly composed of
Elements with the same number of protons but different number of electrons are called:
Which of these describe the location of the neutrons in an atom?
Which of these describe the property that changes the MOST when a molecule loses an electron?
Elements in group one of the periodic table tend to become positively charged during reactions. Which of these explains how this happens?
Which of these best describes the structure of an atom?
an atom has 6 protons, and atomic mass of 14, and a charge of 0. How many electrons and neutrons does this atom have?
Which of these makes the atoms of one element different from the atoms of another element?
Which element is least likely to combine with another element to form a compound?
Which element would most likely bond with oxygen (O)?
If you put a __________ in a new container, it will take the shape of the container, but its volume will not change.
A gas:
The molecules in a _______ are close together but free to move around
Whats the electron configuration for oxygen?
Whats the electron configuration for Magnesium?
Whats the electron configuration for P?
Whats the electron configuration for Ru?
What element is (Ar) 4s2?
What element is (Kr) 5s2 4d2?
What element is (Ne) 3s2 3p5
Whats the shortened EC for Arsenic?
Whats the shortened EC for sulfur?
Whats the EC for hydrogen?
(J) is a unit of
What is kinetic energy?
What is the unit for work
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