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What would have the greatest kinetic energy?
Which of the following is the combination of units called a joule?
Can you create or destroy energy?
Most all energy comes to and leaves the earth in the form of
In the formula W=Fxd, What does the d stand for?
A volleyball player spiking a ball
Sitting in the top of a tree
Is the person doing work? 1. When pushing a 1000 N car 10 m. Lifting a rock off the ground.
Formula or work
unit of distance
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Good planning isn't enough to write well. You also need to have lots of these:
These are all examples of concepts about print.
Which is the best time of day to introduce concepts about writing?
Which step of writer's workshop is the first official step?
An atom that has the same number of protons but different number of neutrons
Postive charge in the nucleus of an atom
Negative charge in an atom
A particle in an atom that has no charge
Electrons are found in this part of an atom
The dense center of an atom
The number of protons in the nucleus of an atom
The sum of protons and neutrons in an atom
The particle in an atom that has the least mass
An atom of oxygen has 8 protons, 8 neutrons, and 8 electrons. What is its mass number?
How is the Earth different from all of the other planets?
Which body in the solar system usually contains an atmosphere?
Which of the following lists Earth, Jupiter, the Moon, and the Sun in order from largest to smallest?
A solar eclipse occurs when
A characteristic of gaseous planets is that they have
The asteroid belt is located between
Each year, Earth moves once around
Which statement describes why the Earth has seasons?
What type of rock is formed by volcanic activity?
Places on Earth's surface where tectonic plates meet are characterized by
Kate is building a model of the solar system. She chooses a basketball to represent Earth. She wants her model to represent the relative sizes of all the planets and the Moon accurately. Which of the following should Kate use represent the Moon
How does the number of hours of daylight compare to the number of hours of darkness on March 20, the first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere?
The Moon appears to change shape because
A comet is largely made up of
Why does the amount of daylight change during the course of a year?
We can be sure that the Milky Way galaxy we live in is a spiral galaxy rather than an elliptical galaxy because
The scientist that discovered electrons
The scientist that used a gold-foil experiment to learn about atoms
Lead has an atomic number of 82. How many protons does it contain?
The force in an atom that keep protons in the nucleus
The force in an atom that is important in radioactive atoms
You can identify each isotope of an element by
An atom becomes a positively charged ion when it
This represents the current atomic theory
Protons and neutrons are made up of smaller particles called
Democritus's ideas of atoms were not accepted because of this man
1. Which region receives has the most rain out of all the regions in Georgia?
2. Which river forms the natural boundary between GA and South Carolina?
3. Which region is the largest region in Georgia?
4. True or False? Piedmont is the second most populated region.
5. The Fall Line is located between ________
6. True or False? Culture is the beliefs, traditions, types of art, and lifestyle of one person.
7. Which device was used by the Paleo and Archaic Indians to throw spears farther distances?
8. Which time period built mounds between 1000 B.C. and A.D. 1000 to use for burials and in religious ceremonies?
9. Which of these form Europe killed many Native Americans?
0. What is NOT the three primary reasons Spain explored the New World?
Which of these were started by the Spanish to convert the Native Americans to Catholicism?
The leader of the Parliament in countries such as Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom is called the
Which statement about the United Kingdom’s parliamentary system of government is correct?
Russia has a type of government in which power is formally divided between one central authority and several regional authorities. Name the type of government.
An example of economic cooperation among European nations that occurred in the late 1900s was the
How has the European Economic Community/European Union been a benefit to the countries that have joined it?
In a traditional economic system people usually exchange goods or services rather than use money. Which of the following is an example of this exchange process?
A market economy (where there is no government involvement) is very different from a command economy. Which of the following is found in a market economy?
When a country has a market economy, which of these statements correctly defines this system?
Which term best describes an economic system in which the people—not the government—own land, factories, and businesses?
Which of the following explanations would reflect a country with a mixed economy?
Economic system based on farming, hunting, gathering, social roles and customs.
The type of democracy that gives voters more power, they choose two branches of government.
In an autocracy, freedom of speech is usually
In which system of government do local bodies of government have the LEAST political power?
In the UK, the political party with the largest number of members in the House of Commons chooses the government leader, which is the ________________.
Why is Chernobyl famous?
Which of the following was not a reason for European exploration?
Which of the following was a reason that Christopher Columbus was exploring when he found the Caribbean Islands?
Which Portugese Prince started a school where people could learn how to sail and navigate?
The USSR set out to reform its government and economy during the late 1980's and early 1990's. What was the end result?
The Berlin Wall came down in 1989. What happened to East and West Germany as a result of this action?
Which of the following was an important cause of the Russian Revolution of 1917?
After World War I, the entire world suffered economically due to
The Russian Revolution anded the rule of the Romanov dynasty and ushered in the dictatorship of ____________.
In the 1700's, the UK sent many people, who were convicts, to _________ and set up a penal colony.
. You should pour water into acid.
A change of 1 pH unit represents a one hundred fold change in the acidity of the solution.
. pH is the measure of how acidic or basic a solution is.
The “p” in pH stands for “probable” and the “H” stands for hydronium.
. A pH above 7 is basic and a pH below 7 is acidic.
Calculate the pH of a solution with an H3O+ of 3.98 x 10-8M.
Which of the following is NOT a property of a base?
Calculate the pH of a solution with an H3O+ of 7.5 x 10-9 M
Sulfuric acid gives away protons very easily and doesn’t accept them back well. How is sulfuric acid described?
When does a precipitation reaction occur?
Water makes both a hydrogen ion and a hydroxide ion. It is _____.
Which of the following is NOT a property of an acid?
When a substance gives away an electron, that substance is ___________________.
What is the helpful acronym we use for remembering this?
Hydrochloric acid has a very polar bond. It is a ______.
What is an oxyacid?
What is a precipitate?
When an atom or molecule loses an electron this is called?
What is a binary acid?
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 perfrom their work activities at home by using a computer and an Internet connection are called?
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La of conservation of energy
unit of force
Is the person doing work? When pushing a 1000 N car 10 m.
You use 35 J of energy to move a 7.0 N object. How far did you move it?
Calculate the work done by a 47 N force pushing a 0.025 kg pencil 0.25 m for 23 seconds.
Ifa person is Holding a book in your hands. Is doing work or not?
A bowling ball sitting on the rack.
A loose mixture of small mineral fragments, organic material, water, and air that can support the growth of vegetation
The layer of rock beneath the soil
Soil that is blown or washed away from its parent rock
The source of mineral fragments in the soil
Soil quality based on the relative size of soil particles is called
What is the arrangement of soil particles called?
What is the organic material formed in soil from the decayed remains of plants and animals called?
The removal from soil of substances that can be dissolved in water is called
Soil that has a pH of 9 would be considered
Which climate has the most productive soil for raising crops?
Compared to the charge and mass of a proton, an electron has...
A proton has approximately the same mass as
When electrons in an atom in an excited state fall to lower energy levels, energy is
Which atom contains exactly 15 protons?
An ion with 5 protons, 6 neutrons, and a charge of 3+ has an atomic number of
What is the mass number of an atom which contains 28 protons, 28 electrons, and 34 neutrons?
Which element has the highest first ionization energy?
Atoms of elements in a group on the Periodic Table have similar chemical properties. This similarity is most closely related to the atoms'
An atom of which of the following elements has the greatest ability to attract electrons?
What are the columns of the periodic table called?
The process by which wind, water, or gravity transports soil and sediment from one location to another
A method to maintain the fertility of the soil by protecting the soil from erosion and nutrient loss
The region where a plant or animal lives
The process of land becoming a desert because there are no plants to help hold and cycle water
What is it called when you plow across the slope of hills?
The process of changing one steep field into a series of smaller, flatter fields is called (like steps)
The practice of leaving old stalks to provide cover from rain in order to reduce water runoff and soil erosion is called
What is it called when a farmer plants different crops in order to use less nutrients or different nutrients from the soil?
Which soil conservation technique did George Washington Carver urge farmers to use?
Free answer.
What is the correct name for MgO
What is the correct name of Ca(OH)2
What is the correct name for PbS
What is the correct name for KBr
What is the Correct name for FeI2
Correctly name the compound SrSO4
What is the correct name for AgCl
What is the correct name for Li2O
What is the correct name for K3NO3
What is the correct name of NH4Cl
Kes olid Viini klassikud?
Metsasarv, trompet, tromboon ja tuuba - need pillid kuuluvad millisesse pillirühma?
MIs olid Mozarti sünni-ja surma aasta.
Kui vana on flööt?
MIs on faktuur?
MIllal oli renessansi ajastu muusikas?
MIllal tekkis mitmehäälsus?
Kust oli pärit Peeter Süda?
Kust linnast oli pärit Johann S. Bach?
MItu lööki on 6/8 taktimõõdus ühes taktis?
In cellular respiration, which of the following forms of respiration listed below  creates the greater amount of energy?
Which of the following is the electron carrier molecule formed during the Krebs  cycle?
This word means without oxygen.
Where does anaerobic respiration occur?
In the Lactic Acid Experiment students squeezed a clothespin repeatedly 30  seconds. After multiple trials, the fingers of students began to feel pain caused by the creation of lactic acid in the muscle tissue. What caused build up of lactic acid?
Which process produces lactic acid in muscle cells?
You're growing animal cells in culture. The cells grow well for several  weeks, but then don’t seem to grow as well. You conduct tests and determine there is lots of lactic acid in the culture fluid. Which explanation is best?
A person lies down to go to bed, as they do so their metabolism will
In the Yeast Experiment students combined yeast, sugar and warm water. What is yeast?
In the Yeast Experiment students combined yeast, sugar and warm water to  produce
In the Yeast Experiment students placed different yeast to sugar ratios in a  container with warm water. A balloon was then sealed to the top and was measured  at 5 minute intervals. In this experiment the independent variable would be
Jobs are passed down from one generation to another generation
Workers are told what and how much to produce in a given time
Farming, hunting and gathering are main part of this economy
Also called free enterprise or capitalism
Most of Europe operates with this type of economic system
Government determines what to produce, how to produce, and the prices
Customs and habits of the past decide what and how goods are produced
Three basic economic questions
Which is least likely to found in Europe?
Which European country is closest to a command economy?
What is the center of our Solar System?
What are the 4 inner planets?
What are the 4 outer planets?
The other name for the outer planets is:
Which planet has rings?
Which planets is extremely cold?
What is a meteor?
How long does it take the Earth to turn once on its axis of rotation?
What is an asteroid?
Which term describes the Milky Way?
How do lower-mass stars differ from higher mass stars?
Which of the following has the correct commas?
Which of the following has the correct commas?
Which of the following has the correct commas?
Which of the following has the correct commas?
Which of the following has the correct commas?
Which of the following has the correct commas?
Which of the following has the correct commas?
Which of the following has the correct commas?
Which of the following has the correct commas?
Which of the following has the correct commas?
Which of the following is a reactant of cell respiration and a product of photsynthesis?
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This eclipse is Sun, moon, earth
this is the first phase of the moon
this is the second phase of the moon
this is the third phase of the moon
this is the fourth phase of the moon
this is the fifth phase of the moon
this is the sixth phase of the moon
this is the seventh phase of the moon
this is the eighth phase of the moon
A trait that helps an organisms survive is a(n)
How does the white fur of an arctic hare help it survive in its environment?
An organism that is gone forever from Earth is
New kinds of organisms are produced by
The organisms in which grouping are MOST like one another?
Ants, snails, giant pandas, and lions are in the same
Organisms with the MOST RECENT common ancestors are
To evolve is to
Giant pandas are MOST CLOSELY related to
A trait is
Which colonial region was known for colder climates, rocky soil, small farms, and merchants?
Which colonial region was known for fertile soil, uncleared forests, and people of many ethnic and religious background?
Which colonial region was known for warmer climates, plantations, slaves, and cash crops?
Which of the following colonies was NOT located in the New England region?
Which of the following colonies was NOT located in the Mid Atlantic colonial region?
Which of the following colonies was NOT located in the Southern colonial region?
Which of the following documents directly influenced the early American colonies and the idea of self-government?
What did the majority of colonial society do for a living and to survive?
Which of the following colonies was NOT founded based on the idea of religious freedom or toleration?
Jonathan Edwards and George Whitefield were leaders of the ___________________.
Which of the following would be homozygous?
Which of the following would be heterozygous?
What is the physical appearance for a trait?
What kpercent of alleles does each parent contribute to their offspring?
Who is the father of genetics?
The scientific study of heredity is called...
What can be used to determine the gentic possibilities for different combinations of alleles?
Which of the following is not an inherited trait?
Which disease causes red blood cells to have an unusual shape?
What do the letters Tt mean to a geneticist?
Whose letters became a main source of information on life during the American Revolution?
Who led the debate for independence and later served as the country's 2nd President?
Who fought at the Battle of Saratoga and later became the first elected African American to serve in public office?
Who was famous for her letters against the British policies and was considered the First Lady of the Revolution?
Who was the king of Great Britain during the American Revolution?
Who became famous as America's first double spy?
Who was known as the a radical leader and founder of the Sons of Liberty, which acted out against the King's policies?
Who was the Jewish financier (a person with money) that gave tons of support to the Continental Army during the American Revolution?
Who was the famous American inventor, author, statesmen, and American first world celebrity?
Who was the first person killed during the Boston Massacre?
How many blocks are in one day?
Which blocks are on A Day?
Where do 6th graders go in the morning when they get to school?
Which house are the 6th graders in?
How long is each block?
How many minutes are between each block?
Which two classes do you have during your split block?
Which classes are your semester classes?
Which class do you have every day?
What do you need to have in order to leave class?
Where in your locker should you put big books and binders?
How often should you bring home your PE uniform?
Where should electronics be kept during the day?
Where can you look to find due dates and other information?
Where is the clinic?
According to the order of presidential succession, who would serve as president after the vice president?
What is an action taken by the president that has the force of law but does not need to be passed by Congress?
What law requires that the president bring troops back after 60-90 days?
what is it called when a president forgives one person of a crime?
what do we call the people that officially elect the president?
what is it called when the president temporarily suspends a sentence?
what exists to help the president carry out the laws?
Which of the following would disqualify a person from being preisdent?
What is the purpose of the War Powers Act?
Which of the following is NOT a power of the president
Mesa
Silla
Libro
Lapiz
Tijeras
Borrador
Basura
Reloj
Marcador
Papel
What is the capital of Arizona?
What is the capital of Texas?
What is the capital of Oklahoma?
What is the capital of New Mexico?
What is the abbreviation of Texas?
What is the abbreviation of New Mexico?
What is the abbreviation of Oklahoma?
What is the abbreviation of Arizona?
What country borders the Southwest Region?
Which is the largest state in the Southwest Region?
This theorist looked at children's early spelling and language knowledge.
This theorist believes in peer teaching to help students grow.
Which theorist had these 6 principles: recurring, directional, generating, inventory, contrastive and abbreviation?
What do children need a strong foundation in before they can learn to read and write?
What 2 items should be addressed when teaching writing?
What do teachers need to review when planning activities?
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What is the correct relationship between photosynthesis and cell respiration?
How many net ATP molecules are produced from the processing of 1 glucose molecule?
How many net ATP molecules are produced during lactic acid fermentation (anaerobic) from 1 glucose molecule?
Which of the following is a reactant for cell respiration and a product of photosynthesis?
Where do the carbon atoms in the glucose molecule come from during photosynthesis?
Most ATP in eukaryotic cells is produced in the __________ during cell respiration.
Aerobic respiration produces more energy than anaerobic respiration and takes place in the presence of __________.
Cellular respiration is the name given to a series of biochemical reactions that
Photosynthesis is the name given to a series of biochemical reactions that
How would you describe a rural community?
What are rural communities usually surrounded by?
What are some fun things to do in Bridgewater, VA?
How is a suburban community different from a rural community?
Why do people form communities?
How did Abraham Levitt build a suburb?
How is an urban community similar to a rural community?
Which of the following is not true of Chicago?
How is Chicago different from Levittown?
What can you do in Chicago that you can't to in Bridgwater?
Where are rural communities located?
What are some fun things to do in Bridgewater, VA?
Why did Abraham Levitt build his community?
What form of transportation to many people use in Chicago?
The number of people who live in an area
What is Chicago's nickname?
In what community would you most likely know everyone
Where is the Sear's Tower located?
What is an intermediate direction?
How did Lake Michigan help Chicago grow?
organelle
a tool scientist use
the part that controls the cell
a gelatin like material that fills the cell
low to high
high to low
movement of materials
breaks down old cell particles
cells that have membrane space
a special type of diffusion
stored energy an object has because of its position
the energy an object has because it is moving
a push or pull that has a size and direction
sum of all forces acting on an object
a change of position
forces that cancel each other out because they are equal and acting in opposite directions
forces that are unequal in size or direction and that change an object’s motion
SI unit of force
frictional forces placed upon an object as it moves through the air causing it to slow down
distance traveled divided by the amount of time that is needed to travel that distance
the total distance traveled divided by the total time taken
A car travels 264 miles on 22 gallons of gas. How many miles per gallon is this?
There are 3 poodles, 7 bulldogs, and 4 great danes. What is the ratio of great danes to bulldogs?
Use a tape diagram to find 40% of 70.
60 inches = _________ feet
What percent is 70 out of 100?
What percent is 5 out of 10?
3200 centimeters equals ___________ meters.
Which ration is equivalent to 4:5?
There are 4 hamburgers, 6 hot dogs, and 12 chili dogs. What is the ratio of hamburgers to chili dogs?
24 is 60% of what number. (Use a tape diagram)
Which ratio is equivalent to 3:5
If 3 pounds of hamburger cost $9.24, how much do you pay for one pound?
A pick-up truck uses 17 gallons to travel 442 miles. How many miles per gallons is this?
1.2 kilometers equal how many meters?
How many liters equal 231.6 milliliters?
Use a tape diagram to find 30% of 80.
Use a tape diagram to find 20% of 50
32 quarts = ______________ gallons
36 inches = _______________ feet
There are 12 red balloons, 4 blue balloons, and 7 green balloons. What is the ratio of green balloons to red balloons?
65 + 4=
22 + 6 =
47 + 20=
63 + 7 =
95 + 3 =
88 + 3 =
92 + 8 =
49 + 2 =
52 + 3 =
84 + 10 =
What features gives a clue to the topic of the information on the page?
What feature that shows where things are in the world?
What feature tells more about a photograph?
A ________________ gives important words and their definitions
Authors might use this feature to compare information, sometimes might use bars or lines.
What feature is a list of key topics and their page numbers, located in the back of the book?
A __________________ shows what something looks like in real life.
What feature is a labeled picture?
This feature is located at the beginning of the book and shows each section and their page number.
Authors might use this feature to make important words stand out.
el abogado
el agricultor
la cajera
la dentista
el enfermero
estilista
gerente
hombre de negocios
la jueza
mechanic
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In the UK you buy at shopping centres and in USA at ...
In American you take the ELEVATOR whereas in UK you take the...
What is a COURGETTE in the US?
British play football and Americans...
On Hallowe'en British children get sweets whereas Americans get...
An American highway and a British...
British go to the toilets whereas Americans use the...
Which sentence has an adverb?
Which sentence has an adverb
Which sentence has an adverb
Pick the adverb
Pick the Adverb
which sentence has an adverb
Pick the adverb (there are more than one)
Pick the adverb
Pick the adverb
Which sentence has an adverb in it?
What are the four steps of the judicial process from beginning to end?
What type of government is SPLOST?
How many years is one term in Georgia’s Supreme Court or Court of Appeals?
How many municipalities are in the state of Georgia?
Which type of city government has a mayor with no executive powers, but it has a legislature that makes laws for the government?
Which of these is NOT considered an unruly behavior?
What are the three requirements to register to vote in Georgia?
What is the type of government in which there is city council which makes laws and a very strong mayor?
Which three are examples of businesses started in Georgia?
What is a gain in company by selling goods or providing services?
The types of herbivores in a terrestrial biome most directly depends on
In which biome are the abiotic factors the most constant?
Which biome has four seasons and trees that lose their leaves in winter?
In which biome does the greatest amount of photosynthesis occur?
Which terrestrial biome has conifers, including spruce and fir, as the primary vegetation?
If you were to travel from the Arctic Circle to the Equator, what sequence of biomes would you most likely pass through?
What is the biome called where fresh and saltwater meet?
Which is the largest terrestrial biome?
Which biome has a dry and a wet season and few trees?
Which terrestrial biome is a cold, treeless land area with little precipitation?
Which terrestrial biome has the greatest amount of biodiversity?
Which terrestrial biome has arrid, hot days and cool, dry nights and is home to many nocturnal animals?
The general precipitation and temperatures over a long period of time is called _____________________.
Which biome is dominated by lichens, mosses, and grasses with short growing seasons, generally found a high altitudes, and has a layer of permafrost?
The permanantly frozen stratum below the arctic tundra is called __________________.
Oceans, coral reefs, and the coastal zones are all a part of the ____________________ biome.
Which aquatic biome has most of the photosynthesis completed by producers take place only is a small fraction of the water and makes up 70% of the Earth?
What is a large area of land with a specific climate and certain plants and animals adapted to that environment called?
Which biome is the largest terrestrial biome?
Which of the following is a marine biome?
In paragraph 2, the phrase 'lost in grief' means
In paragraph 1, the word 'rousing' means to
In paragraph 4, the phrase 'in isolation' means
The definitions for grief are: 1. intense emotional suffering, as caused by a loss. 2. a cause of such suffering -to come to grief. 3. fail or be ruined 4. end badly. Which definition best fits the word as it is used in paragraph 2?
The mood set in paragraph 9 is
To the speaker, what is the greatest change in her father?
After the grandfather died...
What even could have changed the whole plot of the story?
When the woman in the black suit entered the house she said 'Well, they were right.' From this statement, the reader can conclude that the woman-
The reader can infer that the children packed their suitcases because-
The father was not able to care for his children because
This selection is mainly about
In paragraph 4, the phrase 'in isolation' means
After reading paragraph 2, the reader can conclude that
The story takes place...
What can the reader conclude from the suitcases?
The reader can conclude the author's childhood was
Why do you think the children had never packed suitcases before?
Why do you think the children went with the lady in the black suit?
In comparison to the beginning of the section, the end of the section makes us feel that the girls' lives will continue to be
Solar energy
Which part of Earth's surface receives sunlight MOST directly?
What is evaporation?
When moist air rises
Why do different parts of the Earth's surface receive different amounts of energy from the sun?
What conditions would you expect to see on the rain shadow side of a mountain?
Why does the Atacama Desert receive almost no rainfall?
How does the Pacific Ocean affect the Atacama Desert?
During which part of the water cycle do clouds form?
How does elevation affect temperature?
Jane needs to read 40 pages in her history book tonight. If she has only read 3 pages so far, what percent of the assignment has Jane read?
In a recipe, 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon is used with 1/2 stick of butter. Which of the following is the unit rate for this recipe?
John and his sister went out to dinner. Their entrees cost $15 each. They shared a dessert that cost $8. If they plan to leave a 20% tip, what will be the total cost of the dinner and tip?
of the 24 students in Mrs. Jenkins' class, 25% didn't participate in the fundraiser. How many students in the class did participate in the fundraiser?
At Greenhouse Middle school, 32% of the student bring their lunch to school. If there are 650 students at the school, how many student bring their lunch?
During spring break Megan went to a soccer camp. A local sporting store paid 60% of the camp cost and her parents paid the remaining cost. If the camp cost $750 to attend, how much money did Megan's parents pay?
Dustin went running at the park and determined that 70% of the runners were wearing brightly colored sneakers. If 350 people were running in the park that day, how many were not wearing brightly colored sneakers?
Nate works with 3 salesmen to sell pots, Nate noticed that his team sell pots to 30% of the homes they visit. If each salesman on the team visited 80 homes, how many pots did the team sell?
Sasha and Olivia ran a marathon that was 26 miles. Sasha finished in 5 1/2 hours and Olivia finished in 4 hours and 20 minutes. Which statement correctly describes this situation?
At the discount movie theater, 5 movie tickets cost a total of $7.50. At this rate, how much would it cost for 9 movie tickets?
Mrs. Stephens reported to her students that of her students made an A on the last test.
Eli purchased 1.5 pounds of broccoli that costs $3.60 per pound. How much change should Eli receive if he gives the cashier $20.00?
1. A group of stars that form a pattern in the sky is called?
How long is the revolution of the Earth
How long is the rotation of the Earth
4. When sunlight shines equally on each hemisphere is known as?
5. When the area of sunlight is at a maximum in one hemisphere and a minimum in the other hemisphere is known as?
6. How long does it take the moon to revolve around the Earth?
which of the following is the correct order of the universe
what gives the Earth seaons
What is rotation
what is revolution
This eclipse is the sun, earth and the moon
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El desayuno
El almuerzo
La cena
El postre
A mi me ________ las cebollas
A ti te ______ almorzar
A ustedes les _______ el tocino.
A ella le ______ el bistec y los camarones.
Which form of other: cuchara?
Which form of other: menu?
Which form of other: vasos?
Which form of other: sopas?
What is physical Oceanography?
What is Marine Biology?
What is Chemichal Ocenaogrpahy?
What is a Benthos
How much does ocean cover up of Earth?
Seashells are formed from?
What is a MArine Biologist
What is the chemichal formula for ocean salt?
Where do sea turtles lay eggs?
What is an Upwelling
While creating a paragraph of text on her webpage, Karen wants to begin a new line. Which XHTML code should she use?
To save a webpage created in a text-editor, it must be saved with which file extension?
Which is the correct code to insert a horizontal line in a webpage?
Which is the correct code to line to \
Which will create a link to Mr. Joe Jones\' email address [email protected]?
Between which paired tags would the visisble content of a webpage be displayed?
Which tags are used by search engines to find a website?
Jerry wants to insert a line break into his webpage. Which code should he use?
Which code should be used to insert the image \
Karen wants to begin a new line within a paragraph of text on a webpage. Which code should she use?
A disturbance tha transfers energy from place to place is called a ___________.
What do all waves carry along with them as they travel?
Waves that require a medium to travel through are called ____ waves.
The material through which mechanical waves travel is called a ______.
Waves that do not require a medium to travel through are called _____ waves.
Which of the following materials can be a medium for waves to travel through?
A measure of the amount of energy a wave has is the ____ of the wave.
Frequency is measured in units called ____.
The distance between two corresponding parts of a wave, such as from a crest to the next crest, is the wave's ____.
The number of complete waves that pass a given point in a certain amount of time is wave ____.
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FAMILY - PREVEDI NA HRVATSKI
GRANDMA - PREVEDI NA HRVATSKI
AUNT - PREVEDI NA HRVATSKI
GRANDPA - PREVEDI NA HRVATSKI
UNCLE - PREVEDI NA HRVATSKI
BROTHER - PREVEDI NA HRVATSKI
SISTER - PREVEDI NA HRVATSKI
COUSIN - PREVEDI NA HRVATSKI
MUM - PREVEDI NA HRVATSKI
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The US Constitution was written when?
What was published anonymously and argued for a strong central government?
All are characteristics of the Articles of Confederation EXCEPT
What type of states wanted representatives to be based on amount of population?
What dealt with the issue of counting slaves for purposes of representation and taxation?
Which plan included a proposal for seperation of powers?
Which amendment guarantees freedom of religion?
The Philadelphia Convention of 1787 occured in which era?
Which amendment gives you freedom from unreasonable search and seizure?
George Mason and Patrick Henry were what?
All were weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation EXCEPT
What was a result of the Great Compromise?
James Madison and Alexander Hamilton were what?
Anti-Federalits insisted what be included in the constitution?
Which amendments give you the right to a speedy trial and a trial by a jury of your peers?
The federalists supported the what?
Blue Cross was originally set up to pay for:
In a(n) _________ plan, patients are able to see specialists without having to obtain referrals from another physician.
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Which page of the report is suppressed?
The physical trait of an organism.
The genes an organism has for a trait.
Chromosomes are tightly wound coils of _________.
Genes are located on _______.
Each gene codes for one _________.
____________ are different forms of genes.
If the allele for red is dominant over white, what phenotype would a red flower have?
If tongue rolling is dominant. If a person cannot roll his tongue what must his genotype be?
Where are the chromosomes of an organism found.
The gender of humans is determined by the sex chromosomes. What is the genotype for male and female humans?
Which organizes the items smallest to largest?
Traits that an organism gets from its genes.
Characteristics of an organism.
All of the genetic material that an organism has is called its __________.
Which trait is most likely an inherited trait?
Which trait is most likely acquired?
The shape of the DNA molecule
The bases of DNA that work to spell the genetic code.
What kind of energy travels through electromagnetic waves like x-rays, gamma rays, and visible light rays?
What kind of energy comes from the motion of particles in an object?
What kind of energy involves the movement of electrons?
What kind of energy involves the movement of an object in a system?
Visible light is a form of
What is it called when energy changes form?
Which method of transfer is due to collisions between particles?
Which method of transfer can occur in empty space?
Which method involves warmer particles rising and cooler particles sinking?
During a change of state, the temperature of the material
Sperm or egg cells produced during meiosis have _?_ chromosomes as the parent cell.
Mitosis occurs in which type of cell?
If the diploid number of chromosomes in a body cell is 46, then the haploid number is:
Which best summarizes the general rules for the pairing of nitrogen bases in DNA molecules?
What is the complementary strand of DNA for the sequence ‘ATTGCA’?
DNA is made up of repeating subunits called nucleotides. A nucleotide is composed of:
Which of the following statements best summarizes the process of protein synthesis?
Based on your knowledge of RNA, which of the following is an RNA codon?
Which of the following best describes the process in which mRNA is decoded into an amino acid during protein synthesis?
Using the following DNA sequence, TAC GTT TCG, determine the complementary bases that would be transcribed into a strand of mRNA.
The Tigris and Euphrates Rivers flow into the
The Middle Eastern Country with the largest amount of oil is
The U.S. and several other countries entered what war in 1991 to defeat Suddam Hussein and help Kuwait?
Osama Bin Laden was the leader of what terrorist group?
The Middle Eastern country that has a theocracy(religious based government) is
The Middle Eastern Country with a monarchy (king, royal family) form of government is
The Middle Eastern country with a parliament called the Knesset is
What year did the U.S. enter Iraq to finally capture Saddam Hussein and free the Iraqi people?
What year was Osama Bin Laden killed by Navy SEALS?
The 2 main rivers that flow through the Middle East are the
The terrorist attacks on 9/11 took place in what year?
The founder of Judaism is
The founder of Christianity is
The founder of Islam is
What book contains the holy teachings of Judaism?
What holy book contains the teachings of Christianity?
What holy book contains the teachings of Islam?
Which of the following religions are monotheistic or the belief in one God?
Why did Saddam Hussein invade Kuwait?
Where was Osama Bin Laden hiding when he was killed by Navy SEALS?
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Record payments
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Debit card
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The delicious breath of rain was in the air... is an example of...
What did Mrs. mallard believe happened to Mr. Mallard?
How did Mrs. Mallard respond to the news of her husband at first?
What problem did Mrs. Mallard have?
Mr. Mallard returning home in the story is what part of the plot?
Her pulses beat fast, and the coursing blood warmed and relaxed every inch of her body is an example of
The room with the armchair by the window is the...
What point of view is this story told from?
An unexpected twist at the end of a story is called...
What was the best theme for this story?
Which is the best example of a pure substance?
Which statement best explains how periods on the periodic table are organized?
An ice cube is put into a heated pan. What will most likely happen to the molecules in the ice as the ice is heated?
Which best explains why the total mass of the product would be less than the total weight of the reactant after a chemical reaction?
Which would least likely have an impact on global climate change?
Which is an example of a renewable energy resource?
Which will most likely result if there is increased upwelling in a coastal area/
Which best determines the health of a lake used as a source of freshwater
A scientist finds the bones of a dinosaur. What could help the scientist determine the approximate age of the dinosaur bones?
Which best describes how ice cores are important to the study of geological history?
Brisith eat biscuits and Americans
BRISITH take the take, and AMERICANS
In BRITAIN you go to the city centre and in USA to the
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Because a primary care physician (PCP) in an HMO makes referrals and approves addtional care if needed, he or she is known as the:
Which type of HMO is composed of providers who practice in their own individual offices and retain their own staff and operations?
Part ____ of Medicare is for payment of medical expenses such as office visitis and X-rays and laboratory services.
Part ____ of Medicare was created to provide coverage for both generic and brand name drugs
The only practitioners that can currently bill Medicare with the hard copy CMS-1500 are businesses with:
Medicare pays _____ of the approved medical bill amount once the deductible is satisfied
Medicaid cards are issued to recipients on a(n) ______ basis.
Physicians who treat patients under worker's compensation plans are usually required to resgister with the state Worker's Compensation Board:
In puberty hormones produced in our testicles change our bodies in a way...
Puberty begins at the age of
A man’s reproductive system includes
The testicles...
The penis is connected to the testes by...
The sperm is store in...
The scrotum regulates testes temperature to
The penis is made of
The the penis is
The male reproductive system is
... any rice in the kitchen?
..... a pet?
I can't watch the film because I ..... an exam.
Your cousin ..... some apples in her lunchbox.
I can't help you. I ..... any sugar at home.
His friend ..... any notebooks.
Your dogs ..... any food.
..... any soup?
They ..... a big house with a garden.
..... a new bicycle?
What is the name of the disorder that is caused by mutation of the 21st chromosome, results in mental retardation
Premature aging and early death
. This occurs when harmful quantities of fatty acids accumulate in the nerve cells of the brain.
Syndrome is caused by a chromosomal condition that results when a piece of chromosome 5 is missing. A symptom is a catlike cry.
Result of dominant mutation in the growth gene 3 which causes an abnormality of cartilage formation resulting in short stature, large head and short arms.
Females with one X chromosome instead of two, they do not go through puberty, they will never develop physically into a woman without hormonal therapy.
Disorder which the body produces thick mucus in the lungs and intestines
An inherited, degenerative brain disorder which results in an eventual loss of both mental and physical control.
Disproportionately long arms, legs, fingers and toes and weak connective tissue. Frequently have sunken chest and heart problems.
Syndrome result from trisomy 13, which means each cell in the body has three copies of chromosome13 instead of the usual two copies. Causes extra fingers or toes, deformed feet, brain problems etc.
Remember the food groups. Which is not healthy for us?
Nutrients are in food and they keep us healthy, help us grow and give us energy. Which is not correct?
Our digestive system allows our body to get the nutrients we need from food. Which question has all the organs included?
Where does the digestive process start?
The most of the digestion takes place
Children have twenty decidous teeth. What are their names?
Don't forget to brush your teeth. What are teeth use for?
The Excretory system eliminates extra liquid from our body. Which organs are in the process?
Our kidneys...
Food labels give us lots of information...
Ribosomes are found:
Ribosomes are synthesized in:
Proteins are synthesized in:
The organelle that contains *enzymes* produced by ribosomes and packaged by the Golgi apparatus is the:
Which organelle is responsible for generating Adenosine Triphosphate?
Where is most of the genetic information contained within a cell?
What is the fluid that suspends the organelles in the cytoplasm?
Which of the following correctly pairs the type of cellular projection with an example of where it can be found in the human body?
Which organelle is involved with formation of mitotic spindle during cell division?
Chromatin and chromosomes are both composed of DNA.
Cellular material located outside the nucleus yet inside the plasma membrane is the __________.
Lysosomes are secreted by another organelle known as the __________.
The two locations for ribosomes in a cell are __________ and __________.
The phospholipid tails are __________, which make the plasma membrane impermeable to water.
Which one of the following is NOT true about the plasma membrane:
Which of the following statements is NOT part of the cell theory:
The molecules that make the cell surface fuzzy, sticky, and ***sugar-rich*** are the:
Which of the following is NOT a structural component of the nucleus:
The three major components of the cytoplasm are the:
Which of the following is NOT considered a cytoplasmic organelle:
Before Galileo proved Copernicus' theory, most Europeans believed that this was the center of the universe:
Before the scientific revolution, where did people get their knowledge about the world?
What did Enlightenment thinkers use to gain knowledge about the world?
Why was Galileo put on trial?
What was the effect of the scientific revolution on the Catholic Church?
Which led to the English Civil War?
What was the outcome of the English Civil War?
Which of the following is an example of unlimited government?
Which is the best example of an absolute monarch?
Which is NOT true of William and Mary?
Which of the following describes Thomas Hobbes?
Which philosopher is known for the idea of separation of powers?
According to John Locke, what was the government's purpose?
According to John Locke, what would happen if the government broke the social contract?
What word or phrase best describes what John Locke stood for?
Jean-Jaccques Rousseau believed the government should:
Milline väide on vale?
Mis number palliga mängitakse NBA's?
Mitu poolaega on korvpalli mängul?
Mitu veerandaega on korvpalli mängul?
Mitu mängu peab finalist võitma et olla Tšempion
Kaua kestab üks veerandaeg?
Mitu meest on korraga väljakul korvpallis?
Mitu korda on järjest Miami heat võitnud finaali?
Mitu korda on Miami Heat kokku võitnud finaale alates 2000'ndest aastast?
Kes on toonud kaks viimast korda Miami Heati võidule
This scientific method is
What is the correct order for the steps of the scientific method?
The dependent variable in an experiment is the variable that
In this step of the scientific method you must decide whether your results supported your hypothesis.
Science depends on what?
What type of observation describes the amount of something and can easily be assigned a numeric value?
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What is the balanced net ionic equation for the formation of PbCl2?
In which of the following net ionic equations did a precipitate NOT form?
Which of the following shows a net ionic equation?
The origin of this muscle is the superior 8 or 9 ribs
The origin of this muscle is the medial end of the clavicle and manubrium of the sternum
The origin of this muscle is the inferior border of the rib above.
The insertion of this muscle is the body of the hyoid bone.
The indertion of this muscle is the vertebral border and inferior angle of the scapula.
The insertion of this muscle is the superior border of the rib below.
The action of this muscle is to abduct the scapula and rotate it upwards.
The action of this muscle is to depress the hyoid bone.
The action of this muscle is to elevate the ribs through contraction and depress the ribs through relaxation.
The innervation of this muscle are the thoracic spinal nerves T2-T12.
The innervation of this muscle are the branches of the spinal nerves C1-C3
The innervation of this muscle is the long thoracic nerve.
What is the scientific study of heredity?
an organism with 2 of the same alleles for a trait (ex. TT)
a section of DNA that codes for a trait
a characteristic of an organism
the letter combination of a trait
the passage of traits from parent(s) to offspring
an organism with 2 different alleles for a trait (Ex. Tt)
an allele whose trait is masked by the stronger allele
the different forms (choices) of a gene
what you physically see in an organism
an allele whose trait always shows up in the organism (strong)
Name the following genotype Hh
Name the following genotype HH
Name the genotype hh
How is it to intepret the Bill of Rights?
What is a list of a citizen's rights called?
Which amendment protects you from illegal search and seizures?
What is it called when the government can take private property for public use?
What was a case study that involved the right of students to wear protest arm bands in school? (
Who promised a Bill of Rights for the Constitution?
What is the process by which the government must treat accused persons fairly according to law?
How many amendments have been made to the Constitution? (
What does the first amendment protect?
In which of the following case studies did the Supreme Court uphold the right of freedom of speech?
What is being tried for the same crime twice?
What is a way that an amendment may be proposed for the Constitution?
How can an amendment be ratified?
Which of the following protects your right to express your opinion publicly?
Which amendment recognizes that all rights could not possibly be listed so those rights are left to others to be determined?
Who's job is it to interpret the Bill of Rights?
How has every amendment to the Constitution been proposed?
What was an influence on the Bill of Rights?
Which controversial amendment protects the right to bear arms?
What is a situation in which the government does not favor or establish a religion?
Where is our entire genetic code located?
A unit of information about a specific trait (a section of DNA) is called a(n)...
A certain form of a gene represented by ONE LETTER (a or A for example) is called a(n)
When 2 alleles are the same, we say that an individual is ___________ for a trait.
When 2 alleles are different, we say that an individual is ___________ for a trait.
An allele that we use a capital letter to represent, which RULES over other in giving it's trait is referred to as…
An allele that we use a lower case letter to represent, which gets overpowered if paired up with a dominant one is referred to as…
Which of the following represents a GENOTYPE?
Which of the following represents a PHENOTYPE?
Which of the following represents a genotype that is homozygous recessive?
Which of the following represents a genotype that is homozygous dominant?
Which of the following represents a genotype that is heterozygous?
Bryophytes need water for survival because ______.
This type of plant has naked seeds.
Monocots have ________.
This transports water and consists of tracheids and vessel elements.
In this type of root system, the roots grow above ground.
This type of cell in plants is important because it controls gas exchange.
This hormone is responsible for stimulating fruit to rippen.
This tropism causes the plant to react to touch.
This type of cell is found in sponges and they contain flagella that help take in food from the water.
This type of cell contains a stinging capsule and are found in hydras.
This type of digestive system has one opening for food and waste.
The clitellum in earthworms is part of their ______.
In this organism, the mouth develops from the blastospore.
Arachnids have a cephalothorax that consists of __________.
With this type of metamorphosis, the juvienelle looks very similar to the adult.
Endoskeletons can consist of _______.
The notocord will develop into this for many organisms.
The Ampullae of Lorenzini allow sharks to _______.
The amnion protects the embryo from _______.
In birds this helps birds maintain high levels of oxygen and reduce their density.
What kind of energy transfer creates currents?
Which of the following is not a good insulator?
Convection can't occur in
The warmth of the sun is transferred to Earth by
Two objects in contact with each other at the same temperature
flow of thermal energy from warmer to cooler
What affects gravitational potential energy?
Which type of energy is the most concentrated?
What process involves the joining of nuclei?
What process involves the splitting apart of nuclei?
The title is NOT
When typing a report the line spacing is
The top margin of the first page of a report is
The alignment for typing a report is
The spacing between references is
A hanging indent means all lines are indented except for the
Which of the following is an option for the placement of a page number?
The alignment of the title page should be __________________ vertically and _________________ horizontally.
Plagiarism is avoided by citing your sources in the ______________ page.
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What is the base unit of measurement for mass in the metric system?
If a scientist was testing to see what type of candy (Kit Kats, Hershey Bars, or Snickers) is the most popular. What is the dependent variable?
You think that leaves turn color because of cold temperatures. You have made a
If your hypothesis was not supported, you can
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To create a dramatic and royally influenced room, which color should be used in decorating?
After having her kitchen redesigned, Mary was pleased with every aspect of the makeover. The pleasing visual effect of the new design is:
The elements of design include:
Which element of design helps to lead eye movement by giving direction?
Mary is very self-conscious about her height. To appear shorter and wider, Mary should wear:
Liz wears a bright yellow belt to accent her black jeans and turtleneck. The principle of design illustrated is:
Carol decides to hire a seamstress to design her wedding dress. Which would provide the basic shape for the dress?
What results when the elements or design are used effectively according to the principles of design?
The center of attention in a living room is the large family portrait over the fireplace. This is an example of:
Which defines fabric texture?
Using violet, orange and green in a room would illustrate which color scheme?
Which color is considered sophisticated and is often used for formal wear?
The lightness or darkness of the blue in Alyssa’s skirt is referred to as the:
Wearing straight silhouettes would help a customer to appear:
Symmetrical arrangement refers to:
Which color group is considered to be calm, relaxing, and soothing?
Red-orange, red, and red-violet used together illustrate which color scheme?
Yolanda decorated her kitchen with denim chair covers, green wall paint, and a blue-green checkered border on the wall. Which color scheme did she use?
Maria’s sweater has vertical lines on the right side and circles on the left. Which principle of design is being illustrated?
Michael placed three pictures on the wall in his den. He began at eye level with the smallest picture and moved up the wall increasing the size of the picture each time. This is an example of:
Short people should avoid which type of line?
Which element of design is created by repetition, radiation, and alternation?
To create the illusion of warmth, which colors should be selected?
The Rohleders remodeled their living room, making it more formal. They used gold and yellow tones to create this new look. Which color scheme did they use?
Jenn decides to wear a short jacket with her long skirt. Which principle of design is illustrated?
Which are the primary colors?
Adding white to a color creates a:
Which would enhance the appearance of a short, heavy person?
A customer who does not like attention should wear:
Marcia is updating her den by painting the walls yellow and purchasing red-violet and blue-violet furniture and accessories. Which color scheme is she using?
Organelles that contain digestive enzymes.
The organelle that packages and distributes proteins.
A rigid structure that gives support to a cell.
A barrier that encloses and protects the cell.
A web of proteins in the cytoplasm.
Organelles in which photosyntheis takes place.
A large organelle that produces and stores the cell's DNA.
Organelles that make proteins.
A system of folded membranes that functions as the internal delivery system of the cell.
An organelle that functions as the main power source of the cell, breaking down sugar to produce energy.
which of the following allows you to put multiple headers on multiple pages?
Which button in the header footer tools tab do you select to allow for multiple headers in multiple sections?
text that appears at the top of every page
what is the name of the contextual tab for headers and footers
there is more than one way to access your header
which of the following can you not do in header and footer tools?
you can make your first page header different from your second page header without insert a section break
which page number option allows you to keep your previous header or footer and insert the page number
which tab allows you to put the date and time in your paper?
text or graphic that when clicked, opens another page or file
which of the following can you not link to with a hyperlink?
page numbers and date and time can both be inserted under the insert and header and footer tools tabs
blank spaces at the top, bottom, left, and right of a page
section and page breaks are found under which tab and group?
a page break splits your document into 2 parts so you can format your headers differently
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