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What is the capital of Florida?
What is the capital of Louisiana?
What is the capital of Mississippi?
What is the capital of South Carolina?
What is the capital of West Virginia?
What is the abbreviation of Arkansas?
What is the abbreviation of Louisiana?
What is the abbreviation of Mississippi?
What is the abbreviation of Florida?
What is the abbreviation for Tennessee?
In line 12, the speaker uses the word shroud to suggest that -
The tone at the end of this poem is -
What change in mood occurs in line 12 through 15?
Lines 18-20 suggest that the speaker is -
According to the poem, which statement may be about the moon?
What is the author trying to convey in the poem?
What is the purpose of the imagery used in this poem?
The events of the story take place -
The mood in this poem is best described as -
The poem's title most likely serves the purpose of -
To provide evidence to prove your position
To reach a final answer or decision based on evidence or facts
To support a decision using evidence or facts
To explain using specific details
To reach a decision or answer based on evidence or facts
To become more complex means to
To simplify a numerical sentence or expression
Facts or details that prove something
To provide evidence to prove your position
The summary of the main idea
Which of the following is the meaning of the suffix -ly as in the word intimately in stanza one?
The author puts hyphens behind many of his stanzas to -
Crick + Mole + Weak Eyes + ____________ = Man in the Moon Which word best completes the physical description of the moon?
In stanza 2, the reader should feel sorry for the Man in the Moon for all the following reasons EXCEPT -
The narrator in The Man in the Moon describes the moon as being -
In the poem The Man in the Moon, the author -
As stated in the second stanza, the Man in the Moon is wise because -
After reading the poem, the reader would -
What is the author's purpose to writing the poem?
Which of the following is the BEST summary of the poem?
I would like a return ticket.
My flight is from Houston
The train did not wait for him
I was at the airport when he arrived
The airplane did not land
Yesterday, I woke up early
My friend came to the gate
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This system brings in oxygen needed by cells
Which of the following is not a layer of the atmosphere?
If I wish to take 400 km and represent as 4 feet on a wall, how would I accomplish this?
How does air pressure change as you go further into the atmosphere (higher altitudes)?
Which cloud is most likely to result in thunderstorms?
What is the required percentage of relative humidity to have active precipitation?
When looking at barometric pressure, the lower the number, the:
One essential safety tip during a tornado is to:
Which of the following will most likely produce the greatest amount of rainfall?
What does an anemometer measure?
An occluded front will most likely:
What is one action that customer service can take to facilitate order processing?
When is it best for a business to use an exclusive distribution pattern?
What legal example is represented by a manufacturer selling its products through a toll-free phone system, a company web site, and several retailers?
Which of the following is an aspect of channel management that impacts customer service?
In which situation might exclusive distribution be considered a legal arrangement?
Which of the following is an example of distributing goods through a gray-market strategy?
Which of the following would probably use a longer channel of distribution than the others:
What factor could determine legal ownership of goods in the distribution process?
What do marketers want to achieve by determining distribution intensity?
Which of the following makes it possible for a business's drivers to determine their exact location and obtain accurate directions to destinations:
What is an advantage for producers in using the producer to wholesaler to retailer to consumer distribution channel?
What statement is true about technology in relation to channel management?
What indirect channel of distribution is used to reach large retailers when the producer does not want responsibility for the selling activities?
How do channel members add value to a product?
Which situation hinders a business's ability to provide quality customer service?
What is an example of a large business using coercion in the distribution channel?
What example demonstrates the use of satellite tracking within a distribution channel?
to entertain
describing sights, sounds, smells, tastes and feelings
revealing a character's personality directly or indirectly
can be dramatic, verbal, or situational
all the events in the story
lesson or moral
to inform
exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution
brightly colored leaves rustling in the nippy wind and the smell of wood burning
sarcasm
Passive processes that move substances across membranes:
Osmosis transports water across membranes using:
What assists the movement of substances by facilitated diffusion?
Which of the following DO NOT involve the movement of molecules from an area of greater concentration to an area of lower concentration?
Which of the following processes require the use of protein carriers or channels?
Which of the following solutions would cause an animal cell to gain water and potentially burst?
Which of the following solutions would cause an animal cell to lose water and shrivel?
Which of the following solutions is ideal for animal cells?
Which of the following solutions would cause a plant cell's cytoplasm to shrink?
Which of the following solutions would cause a plant cell to become stiff?
Which of the following solutions is ideal for plant cells?
Which of the following structures regulates what enters and leaves a cell?
Which of the following is not something that is transported *IN* to the cell through the cell membrane?
Which of the following describes the structure of the plasma membrane?
One end of the phospholipid is _____, which means that it attracts water.
One side of the phospholipid is _____, which means that it repells water
Simple and facilitated diffusion require ATP.
Which of the following materials CANNOT pass through the cell membrane directly?
Osmosis is a type of diffusion that deals only with water molecules.
Plant cells become stiff, or plasmolyzed, when they take on too much water.
CD: what happens if you cash it before maturity
Putting money in a savings account before paying Bills or Expenses
what products are liquid
Balancing your records with the banks records is called
the principle that a dollar received today is worth more than a dollar received in the future
money left after paying basic living expenses like food, clothing, shelter
a bank service that covers a shortage in your account and protects you from bouncing check. But charges a Fee
..., an amount you may subtract from your income for each person who depends on your income to live
interest earned on interest,, Interest earned on both the principal amount and any interest already earned.
How long it takes your money to double. $1 invested at 10% would take 7.2 years ((72/10) = 7.2)
CD
a purchased certificate used to pay a specified amount of money to a particular payee
Sit and reach tests your what?
The fitnessgram pacer test assess what aspect of fitness?
The Fitnessgram sit-up tests assess what element of fitness?
Any form of movement that causes your body to use energy is?
The ability to carry out daily tasks and have enough energy to respond to unexpected demands is?
The amount of force a muscle can exert is knwon as what?
The ability of muscle to perform tasks over a period of time without becoming tired is known as what?
The ability to move a muscle through the full range of otion is known as what?
The shot put and the 100yd dash are types of what exercise?
Running, Swimming, and Biking are what kind of activity?
This type of exercise involves short bursts of energy without oxygen?
These types of exercises use large muscle groups and can be maintained for at least 10 minutes?
This type of stretch has to be maintained for at least 20 secs to be beneficial
This type of stretch utilizes a partner
Arm circle are an example of what kind of stretch?
The ratio of fat to lean tissue is known as what?
The amount of times your hearts beats per minute is known as what?
You should subtract 220- your age to find what heart rate?
The heart rate that falls into 70% and 85% of your MHR is what?
What is one benefit gained from physical activity that benefits your cardiovascular system?
An intrusive igneous rock is one that forms
When classifying an igneous rock, scientists often determine its
Intrusive igneous rocks can make long-lasting landforms because they tend to be
Hot lava flows out of a crack in Earth's surface and cools to form
Molten rock that has cooled and become solid is
Which is the most important in determining the size of mineral crystals in igneous rocks?
Which texture describes an igneous rock with lots of holes?
Which texture describes an igneous rock with no grains at all?
Which of the following is an igneous rock?
Molten rock that reaches Earth's surface is known as
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The villagers fled the town before the volcano erupted.
Which one is an AAAWWUBBIS word?
What is the best explanation of an independent clause
Which prompt could you see on the IA if they want you to write an expository essay?
What is one thing you want to remember to do on ALL of your essays?
Whic one of these statements is a DEPENDENT clause?
Which answer choice correctly uses a hyphen?
Can someone read the prompts out loud to you on the day of the STAAR test?
What is a writing cheat sheet?
Which sentence is correctly using a semicolon?
When do you draw a story plot?
Which of the following best describes a productive learning environment?
Of the following, which is typically beginning teachers’ greatest concern?
The description: “Actions teachers take to create an environment that supports and facilitates both academic and social-emotional learning,” best describes:
Based on research examining classroom management, which of the following is the best advice for beginning teachers with respect to classroom management?
Of the following, which best describes the relationship between learning, motivation, and well-managed classrooms compared to classrooms where students are less orderly?
Teachers’ responses to the misbehavior of students best describes:
Ms. Amos wants her students to feel emotionally safe enough to say what they think without fear of ridicule or embarrassment. Her class rules include 'treat each other with courtesy and respect.' Of the following Ms. Amos is most nearly trying to:
The amount of time a teacher or school designates for a topic or subject matter area is called:
Of the following, the one most closely related to “engaged time” is:
Of the following, which is the best indicator of a caring teacher?
Which of the following statements best describes the relationship between classroom management and effective instruction? Classroom management and effective instruction are:
The routines students follow in their daily learning activities, such as how they turn in papers, sharpen pencils, and make transitions from one activity to another are best described as:
Without prompting from the teacher, students come into class, take their seats, take out their workbooks, and begin working exercises written on the chalkboard. The aspect of classroom management illustrated in this description is best described as:
Which of the following describes the most desirable time to send a letter of introduction home to your students’ parents?
Which of the following is NOT a guideline for intervening effectively in cases of misbehavior?
A teacher’s awareness of what is going on in all parts of the classroom all the time and communicating this awareness to students best describes:
You can’t get away with anything in here,” Crystal whispers to Sarah. “Mrs. Marquez always knows what’s going on.” The concept best illustrated in this description is:
Which of the following statements most accurately describes the relationship between verbal and nonverbal behavior?
Research indicates that classroom management is most effective when interventions are brief and as unobtrusive as possible. Which is the least intrusive intervention for a minor infraction, such as a student briefly whispering to another student?
Two of your students are fighting, and you’re afraid that you’re not physically able to stop them. Of the following, which is your most effective immediate intervention?
What two processes work to maintain stable levels of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere?
Arrows within a food chain or food web represent
What type of organisms recycle materials by the breakdown of organic molecules from dead organisms?
What type of organism is at the beginning of a food chain?
What type of organism should all food chains end with?
Approximately what percentage of energy is transferred from one level of a food chain to the next?
What shape is used to represent the amount of energy available or the number of individuals that exist at each level of a food chain?
What type of organisms would be affected if the number of herbivores in a food chain were decreased?
In what type of symbiotic relationship is one organism harmed while the other organism benefits?
What term describes the number of different types of organisms that live in a particular area is?
Which of the following is the best definition of effective teaching?
Which of the following is the best description of motivation?
David Moore starts each of his lessons with a demonstration, such as dropping two objects of unequal weight and seeing them fall with the same rate of acceleration. Which of the following best describes Mr. Moore’s attempts?
Of the following, what is the best description of learning objectives?
A system used to classify objectives, questions, and assessment items, which is designed to help teachers as they plan is best described as a(n):
Bloom’s taxonomy consists of six categories. Which of the following is not one of those categories?
Into which cell of the cognitive taxonomy table would the objective, “Students will know their times tables from one through 12” be best classified?
Which of the following is most important when teachers prepare and organize learning activities?
Which of the following is the best definition of a high-quality example?
A teacher wants her first graders to understand the concept mammal. Which of the following is the best case of a high-quality example?
Of the following, which is the best definition of assessment? The process:
Which of the following statements best describes instructional alignment?
When a teacher believes he or she can positively affect student learning, that teacher is said to possess:
Rick Reynolds calls on all his students as equally as possible. Of the following, which essential teaching skill does he practice most closely?
The set of teacher actions that maximizes the amount of time available for instruction is best described as:
When a teacher uses concrete objects, pictures, models, or materials displayed on the overhead to attract and maintain students’ attention, she is attempting to capitalize on which of the following essential teaching skills?
Research suggests that ideally wait-time should be approximately:
Information students are given about their current understanding that can be used to increase future learning is best described as:
Which of the following topics is best suited for direct instruction?
Melinda is teaching the concept 'velocity.' She provides toy cars, small ramps, scales, stopwatches and rulers so the students can work to find patterns. She then questions them and they describe patterns that emerged. What approach is Melinda using?
The Fertile Crescent is located in present day
The two rivers that run through the Fertile Crescent are
The Sumerians are creditied with creating
Ziggurats were built
Cuneiform, or Sumerian writing, was developed for all of the following except
Sargon, the Akkadian emperor, was the first ruler believed to have
Hammurabi, the Babylonian emperor, was the first ruler believed to have
Hammurabi's Code of Laws were equal for all the classes of society
The Assyrians used the develoment of what in their weapons and tools
The Epic of Gilgamesh was kept in
Changes to schools, classrooms, students, and teachers designed to improve our nation’s schools and make them better places for promoting student learning best describes which of the following?
The current reform movement in our country is most commonly traced to which of the following events in American history?
Statements that describe what students should know or be able to do at the end of a period of study are best described as:
Which of the following is the best description of the No Child Left Behind Act?
Of the following, which is the most important factor determining how much students learn?
The process of assessing teachers’ classroom performance and providing feedback they can use to increase their expertise is best described as:
Current reforms in teacher evaluation have three goals. Which of the following is not one of those goals?
A 1st year teacher learns that her students' performance on the state's mandated tests will be taken into account during his evaluation and also when determining if he will be awarded tenure in the district. This process describes the application of:
The process of offering teachers higher salaries and bonuses for taking on extra responsibilities, working in high-need areas, or performing in an exemplary way, is best described as:
Status granted to teachers after a probationary period (typically three years), indicating that employment is essentially permanent, is best described as:
Of the following, which statement most accurately describes research results that have examined the influence on student learning of providing merit pay for teachers? A consistent body of research:
When you begin teaching, you will be required to work with standards in the content areas you teach. When working with standards, what will be your first task?
The process of requiring students to demonstrate that they have met specified standards and holding teachers responsible for students’ performance is best described as:
The mechanism used to ensure that students have met standards is:
Of the following, which is likely to be the most direct impact of high-stakes testing on you as a teacher?
Of the following, which statement best describes the reason for the reform effort, the Common Core State Standards Initiative (CCSSI)?
Of the following, which is the best description of 'Race to the Top?'
Which of the following terms best describes a variety of programs designed to let families send their children to schools other than the school the children are assigned to attend based on the neighborhoods in which they live?
Of the following, which is the most common reason parents choose to home-school their children?
Which of the following most accurately describes the performance of home-schooled students on standardized tests compared to students in public schools? Home-schooled students typically score significantly:
According to legend, why did Nebuchadnezzar build the hanging gardens?
Which is one of the 7 wonders of the ancient world?
How were the Hanging Gardens destroyed?
What was one of the biggest accomplishments of the Phoenecians
What does the word Phoenecian mean?
How were the Jews different from the other civilizations in this area?
Who is going to win the World Series?
Seriously, who is going to win the World Series?
Pick number 1
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NC faced a dilemma concerning secession since
Why did NC secede from the Union
The Anaconda Plan
Fort Fisher proved to be important to Confederates since
The Emancipation Proclaamation was
The first NC Colored Volunteers and African Americans
The trail of Tears
John Brown, a Kansas preacher
In the early 1800s farmers benefited from technical improvements such as
the term abolitionists means
The westward expansion of the US was due to
why was NC known as the Rip Van Wrinkle State
What did Archibald Murphy believe
what was manifest destiny
large mining companies moved into Rowan County and farmers worked in the mines in their spare time. The place was later named
Sherman's March to the Sea
April 9, 1865
what were the hardships NC faced because of the Civil War
What does it mean by a rich man's war but a poor man's fight
NC had the largest number deserters why
What is a soliloquy?
2. What is the extended metaphor of this soliloquy?
What is the effect of “mere” in line 2?
A transition is a movement from one idea to the next. What is the first transition you can find in the soliloquy?
Are there any other transitions in the soliloquy? If so, where are they?
What words does Shakespeare choose to emphasize the transition between (5) the judge and (6) the aging man?
What evidence from the text can you find to determine whether the tone of this soliloquy is funny or sad? Chose one
How does Shakespeare use words related to sound in the soliloquy?
Who wrote As You Like It
What images, words, and even sentence structures from the beginning of the soliloquy repeat toward the end? How do these unify the soliloquy
Which of the following conducts electricity?
Which type of the following describes a covalent bond?
Which molecule is held together by a covalent bond?
Which of the following properties causes the mineral halite to break apart along a flat face?
What is an atom or group of atoms called when it holds an electrical charge?
An ionic bond forms when
How many sodium ions (Na+) are needed to balance the charge on a hydroxide ion (OH-)
An orderly 3-D arrangement of particles is a(n)
What type of ions are composed of more than one atom?
What type of bond shares 4 electrons?
When an atom loses an electron, it
Which of these is a property of an ionic compound?
A bond in which a pair of electrons is shared between two atoms is called
Fluorine atoms can not form a double or triple bond because flourine
An ionic crystal splits along a face of
The force of the attraction of electrons to the atom is measured by
When one nitrogen atoms joins with another the result is a
When nitrogen and hydrogen combine, the ratio of hydrogen atoms to nitrogen atoms in a molecule of the resulting compound is
Atoms of which pair of elements are most likely to form a polar covalent compound?
The correct symbol for an ION of oxygen is
The title of the text is The Great Fire; in the first sentence, what words does Murphy use to hint at the tragedy to come?
What tone is the author creating by choosing “amble” and “stretch” and “leaned back”? Why does the author create this feeling or mood when the bulk of the book is about the disaster?
In paragraphs 1-3, what details does the author use to help the reader build a personal connection to the historical figures in the story?
Sullivan has to shout, “FIRE! FIRE! FIRE!” From this detail, what can the reader infer about the technology in Chicago at the time?
The author states, “The barn’s loft held over three tons of timothy hay.” What can the reader infer about how this detail could impact the development of The Great Fire?
Sullivan’s behavior in paragraphs 4-6 suggests many things about his personality. What characteristics can be attributed to Sullivan based on evidence from these three paragraphs?
Sullivan knew the O’Learys had several animals in the barn. Which of them was he able to rescue from the fire? Which were lost?
Who wrote The Great Fire
What city burned?
Where is a loft?
What is science?
What does qualitative mean?
What does Quantitative mean?
Which is NOT a part of a scientific experiment?
Which is NOT a characteristic of living things?
How many characterisics of life are necessary for something to be alive
Which is the correct order of the taxonomic groups used to classify organisms?
True or False, behavioral information is used to classify organisms
True or False, Fossil information is NOT used to classify organisms
What does prokaryotic mean?
What does eukaryotic mean?
Which of the following is a biotic factor?
Abiotic factors in the environment include all of the following except
A series of organisms through which food is passed is a
All of the populations of different organisms within a given area is a(n)
Consumers that feed on dead organisms are
A symbiotic relationship in which one organism benifits and the other is harmed is
Many interconnected food chains are referred to as a
The porton of the earth where all life exists is called the
Animals that feed only on plants are called
How did Governor Vance try to protect NC
Why did deserters head for the Mountains of NC
the Battle of Gettysburg
what does total war mean
Who won the American Civil War
What was the compromise of 1850
Who the only president of the Confederate States of America
Where were the first shots fired
About how many men people died in the American Civil War
What was an ironclad
A cell that is highlighted or outlined with a black border is referred to as what?
What could your school secretary use a spreadsheet to do?
What computer program is made up of rows and columns that form cells?
The intersection of a column and row in a spreadsheet?
Numerical data entered into a spreadsheet is called?
What is a statement that performs a calculation in a spreadsheet?
Which is NOT a use for a spreadsheet?
What is a business use of spreadsheet software?
What is alphabetical data entered into a spreadsheet?
A mathematical operation that is built into a spreadsheet program to perform shortcut calculations in called?
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Elisa y Ud (necesitar)
Nosotras (llevar)
Yo (ayudar)
Yo (bailar)
AnaMaría (comer)
Uds (anotar)
Elena y yo (comer)
Tú (responder)
La Sra Little (preguntar)
Ud (escribir)
Yo (beber)
Magdiel y Tomás (vender)
Tú (estudiar)
Marcos y Ud (trabajar)
Vosotros (acampar)
Vosotros (comer)
I would like
I am
I have
my flight is
we are on the table
an international flight
a suitecase
a non-smoking flight
I carry
I don't have
Amino acids are the building blocks of
Monosaccharides such as glucose and other sugars are the building blocks of polysaccharides such as
Protein molecules that catalyze (speed up) chemical reactions are called
The 3 dimensional shape of proteins and other molecules influences their
Bacteria and other cells that lack a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles are
Cells that contain a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles are termed
In eukaryotic cells, DNA is found within the
Cells that can make their own food, usually through the process of photosynthesis are
What process do autotrophic cells use to convert carbon dioxide and water into glucose and oxygen?
Autotrophic nutrition is accomplished in which organelle?
What process do cells use in the presence of oxygen to harvest energy from sugar?
What organelle is responsible for cellular respiration within a cell?
The semi-permeable membrane that surrounds cells is called the
What direction do solutions always move across a semi-permeable membrane during diffusion?
What size molecules can diffuse across a semi-permeable membrane?
What characteristic of a cell will allow for a faster rate of diffusion for that cell?
What process occurs when materials need to go across a membrane from low concentration to high concentration?
What is the energy source that is needed to carry materials into and out of cells through membrane proteins?
What type of proteins in the cell membrane attach to and then transport specific molecules across the cell membrane?
All body cells in an organism have the same DNA but carry out many specific functions because of the process of
Napoleon was the ____________of France.
Which country began the Industrial Revolution?
What is a territory ruled by a country, usually far away?
What protected the right to liberty, to work, to one's opinion in France?
What helped the Industrial Revolution spread to the United States?
What are laws that control the behavior of the universe?
Who proved that the Sun was the center of the universe?
Who created the idea of interchangeable parts?
What were large buildings with many workers called?
In what industry did the Industrial Revolution begin?
Where did the Aztec civilization develope
Incas built stone building at
Mayan nobles were responsible for
Who was the lowest in the Mayan Pyramid
The capital city of the Incan Empire
The Incan Empire is found
Mayan city that has many pyramids
Indian groups, that were conquered by the Aztecs
Why did the Aztecs settle where they did?
Mayan nobles and what other group was at top of the social pyramid
The region that the Mayas built cities is modern day
Floating gardens used for growing food are called/
What did the Incas use to communicate throughout the empere
Why did other tribes hate the Aztecs?
Mayas developed the system of writing called
People in the Incan Empire
Mayan crop that was plentiful
All Aztec children
Raised road that connects and island to the mainland
Incas use this to farm
U.S. President in 1929
East Texas wildcatter
head of the NYA in Texas
Louisiana governor who proposed 'drop-a-crop'
leader of the pecan shellers' strike
Ross Sterling and James V. Allred were
All are accurate descriptions of Texas during the Great Depression EXCEPT
The alphabet agencies were created by the
Organized groups that borrow money from the government to pay for installing electrical services are
The Supreme Court declared Dr. Nixon's rights had been violated under the
LULAC supported
During the 1920s and '30s, cotton prices were driven down by
The main celebration of the Texas Centennial was held at
One controversy under the governorship of Miriam Ferguson was the
Texas Congressman Sam Rayburn was involved in all of these EXCEPT
Although Tricia works hard, she always welcomes extra projects.
He is thinner than he was the last time.
Should we go save seats after you buy some popcorn?
Do not make a commitment unless you are sure.
The puppy ran under a chair when it heard the cat hiss.
Our spelling team performed well although we did not win.
Whenever my aunt is in town, she takes me to lunch.
My little sister rides her bicycle more carefully since she fell and scraped her knee.
I will work all day unless I get a call from Dad.
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Part if molten rock at mid-ocean ridges.
New oceanic lithosphere forms as a result of
Items that provide evidence that the continents were once closer together
Wegner thought that all the continents were once together in one large continent called
Process that takes place at mid-ocean ridges
Hypothesis that states that the continents were once one large mass that broke apart
Process of Earth's magnetic poles changing places
Evidence for sea-flooring spreading
Two plate coming together
Plate moving apart
Producers in an ecosystem are also called
Biogeochemical cycles are important because
Commensalism is a type of symbiotic relationship where one organism benifits ant the other is
The energy for almost all living things comes either directly or indirectly from
The _____ factors in an ecosysten determine what kind of biotic factors will be found in an ecosystem
A protozoan living in the intestine of a termite, helping it difest wood is
During respiration ____ is taken in by the organism to help release energy from their food
Combustion can upset the carbon-oxygen cycle by additional amounts of _____ in the atmosphere.
How much energy is LOST at each level of the energy pyramid?
Why is it important for a species to have a unique niche?
Animalia is a
the scientific name for an organism is formed from its
The earthworm and grasshopper are both heterotrophic, multicellular and eat food which makes them
Organisms that naturally interbreed and produce fertil offspring are members of the same
Plants that make their own food are called
binomial nomenclature is used to create
Organisms that absorb their food, are multicellular, and non mobile
Have very simple prokaryotic cells and can cause some humans diseases
This kingdom includes species such as giant kelp and amoebas
The condition of a constant internal environment in an organism is
Which sequence should be followed when conducting a laboratory investigation?
An educated guess based upon questions generated from collecting background information is called
Living things are called
All of the following are used to classify organisms except
True or False habitats are the surroundings in which a particular population is located
True or False a niche is the surroundings in which a paricular population is located
True or False, respiration occurs when living things use oxygen to release energy from food and CO2 is a byproduct
True or False, photosynthesis is when living things use oxygen to release energy from food and CO2 is a byproduct
The nitrogen cycle is used
What is the competitive exclusion principal?
There are slightly more than one-hundred elements known to exist. The smallest complete unit of an element that serves as the basic building block of matter is the
What charge does the proton give to the nucleus?
If an atom were to lose a neutron that atom's ________________ would be affected. Choose the best answer.
Which of the following is false regarding the structure of atoms?
__________________ surround the nucleus in shells or clouds.
A typical carbon atom has six protons, six neutrons, and six electrons. Which of these has the least amount of mass?
If an atom has six protons and four neutrons, what is its charge?
If an atom has nine protons, eight neutrons, and ten electrons what is its charge?
Helium has two protons, two neutrons, and two electrons. What is the charge of this atom?
To find the atomic mass of a particular atom you need to know
The amount of money you earn over time, including allowance, paychecks and monetary gifts.
An itemized detailed list of an individual’s or company’s income and expenses expected for some period in the future.
Also referred to as a Returned Check or Bad Check
A service offered by many banks that lets you do many of your banking functions over the Internet.
a secret combination of letters or numbers. This helps ensure you’re the only person with access to your money.
A movement of funds from one account to another.
The amount of money you have in your account.
A check of your credit history to make sure you pay your bills on time.
A charge added to a loan when a monthly payment isn’t made on time.
The least amount of money you can pay on a loan to keep your account in good standing.
A loan that helps students pay their school expenses
Money, goods or services that you owe to others
Acronym for automatic teller machine, a machine at a bank branch or other location which allows a customer to perform basic banking activities even when the bank is closed.
Money put into your account. Also referred to as a credit
When you don’t have enough money in your account to cover a check or withdrawal, which usually results in a penalty charged by the bank.
In banking, activity on your bank account such as deposit, withdraw or transfer
Money taken out of your account. Also referred to as a debit, or payment.
Money the bank pays you to keep your funds in a savings account
Your financial reputation.
An amount of money you borrow from a bank or other financial institution on the condition that you pay it back, often with interest.
Osmosis is important to cells because
The process by which a cell get rid of large particles.
The sac formed around a large particle to allow a cell to take in or remove the particle.
The movement of water through a membrane.
During the process of diffusion,
The movement of substances through a cell membrane witht he use of cell energy.
The movement of substances through a cell membrane without the use of cell energy.
The movement of particles from regions of higher density to regions of lower density.
The process by which a cell membrane surrounds and encloses a large partricle to bring it into the cell.
ATP refers to
Which of the following is something the Old World got from the New World because of the Columbian Exchange?
The horse was one of the animals Europeans brought to the New World. How did the horse affect the Native Americans?
Which of the following is one way in which the European economy was impacted by the Columbian Exchange?
Which of the following explains the result the Columbian Exchange had on many Native Americans living in North and South America?
How did the Columbian Exchange impact people living in Europe and in the Western Hemisphere?
Which of the following is an example of a cultural change that occurred due to interaction between the Europeans and the Native Americans?
How did the astrolabe help European explorers?
What two inventions had the necessary technology to make sea exploration possible in the 1400s?
What role did the Spanish conquistadors play in establishing colonies in North and South America?
Which navigational tool allowed sailors to measure their latitude reliably from the sea?
What was the effect of Vasco da Gama's voyage to India in 1498?
Which of these was a way that cartography contributed to European explorations of the Americas?
What was the significance of Ferdinand Magellan's voyage which began in 1519?
When Columbus and Cabot reached the Americas, where did they think they were?
What was the effect of Christopher Columbus' discovery of the West Indies in 1492?
One of the results of the contact between the Europeans and the Native Americans was the spread of disease. Which of the following statements best describes the effect disease had on European and Native American populations?
Many people living in North and South American today speak European languages. Spanish is spoken in places like Mexico, Columbia, and Venezuela, and Portuguese is spoken in Brazil. This is an example of how
What was one of the political effects of the European discovery of the New World?
Improved technology in ship building made sailing easier for Europeans. One of the many improvements was the use of triangular sails. Which of the following best explains how triangular sails improved sailing?
How did the rise of nation-states make sea exploration possible?
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Which of the following events turned the tide of the war in the Pacific against Japan and allowed the Allies to begin taking the offensive?
Which of the following factors led to the fall of France to the Nazis?
Which of the following is NOT a reason for the high number of displaced persons after the war?
Why did President Truman agree to use the atomic bomb?
Why is Isoroku Yamamoto famous?
Why were thousands of U.S. citizens put in internment camps during the war?
The process of removal of the body’s wastes is called
What produces a person’s voice?
What function do the kidneys perform?
What is the name of the small flap of tissue that seals off the trachea during swallowing?
What term do scientists use to describe the chemical process in which oxygen and glucose react to release energy inside body cells?
In which excretory organ is urea produced?
Tiny filtering structures where urine is produced in the kidneys are called
What is the main function of the excretory system?
Over time, smoking can irritate the breathing passages, which may become clogged with mucus. This condition is called
Which chemical in tobacco smoke binds to hemoglobin, causing red blood cells to carry less than their normal load of oxygen?
The dome-shaped muscle that plays an important role in breathing is the
Where in the respiratory system does gas exchange occur?
What job does the kidney do?
What is the function of the ureter?
What is the function of the urinary bladder?
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Organizations specializing in these types of services typically help consumers 1) balance their budgets, 2) manage their money, 3) create a debt management plan (DMP) by negotiating for a lower monthly payment and interest rate with creditors
A loan taken out against a line of credit or credit card, typically imposing higher-than-normal interest charges.
1. Forced or voluntary surrender of purchased merchandise to its owner or seller by its buyer, due to his or her inability to pay. 2. Legal process by which a lender takes possession of assets or property pledged as collateral in case of borrower def
Companies responsible for assigning independent ratings indicating the credit-worthiness of the issuers of securities and other debt obligations, and in some cases of the debt obligations themselves. The higher the number, the better.
An additional person who signs a loan in an effort to help a person to qualify for a larger loan to purchase something (house or car).
When 2 or more loans is consolidated into one new loan with a longer repayment term and lower monthly payments
Legislation passed in some countries, such as the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act of 1968 and Consumer Credit Protection Act of 1969 in the US. Under these laws a lender must, clearly and conspicuously, reveal all the key details of a home mortgage or c
The process of taking possession of a mortgaged property (home or business) as a result of the mortgagor's failure to keep up mortgage payments
Exorbitant or unusually high rates of interest
Interest rate that changes over the term of a loan on the basis of changes in an index that reflects changes in the market rates of interest.
An enzyme is typically
The function of an enzyme is to
A chemical catalyst
Activation energy is
Which of the following is not a function of enzymes
A substrate is
This gives an enzyme its function
This is the area where the enzyme interacts with the substrate
If the shape of the active site changes, what will happen?
What factors do not cause a change in shape of the active site?
What is the induced fit?
What is enzyme specificity?
When an inhibitor binds in the active site blocking the substrate from binding
When an inhibitor binds in the allosteric site changing the shape of the active site
A legal agreement that conveys the conditional right of ownership on an asset or property by its owner (the mortgagor) to a lender (the mortgagee) as security for a loan.
Usury
Total cost of borrowing, including interest charges, commitment fees, and other charges paid by the borrower
Winding up of a firm by selling off its free (un-pledged) assets to convert them into cash to pay the firm's unsecured creditors. (The secured creditors take control of the respective pledged assets on obtaining foreclosure orders).
Legal procedure for liquidating a business (or property owned by an individual) which cannot fully pay its debts out of its current assets.
The rate of interest you pay on a loan that is fixed for a set period of time
Union of the legal rights of ownership, possession, and custody, evidenced by a legal document (instrument) such as a bill of sale, certificate of title, or title deed. A legal title empowers its holder to control and dispose of the property and serv
Loan extended only on the basis of the borrower's financial position, creditworthiness, credit history, and general reputation. The borrower signs a promissory not but does not pledge any specific asset(s) as collateral. Also called character loan, g
Standard-size plastic token, with a magnetic stripe that holds a machine readable code use for purchases
Document supplied by a bank or a credit reporting agency that summarizes a person's credit history and present financial position, and notifies about any lien in force or pending judgment(s) against the the business or person.
A very large mass extinction in which amphibians and trilobites disappeared occurred at the end of the
During the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, the dominant land animals were
The process by which two species, for example, a flower and a pollinating insect, evolve in response to each other is called
A pattern in which species experience long, stable periods interrupted by brief periods of rapid evolutionary change is called
The length of time required for half of the radioactive atoms in a sample to decay is its
The endosymbiont theory proposes that eukaryotic cells arose from
Fossilized evidence of Earth’s first forms of life would consist of
Which of the following was NOT characteristic of Earth before the oceans formed?
To formulate a hypothesis about how Earth’s elements were rearranged after melting, scientists considered which physical principle?
What does fossil evidence indicate about the order in which these three vertebrates evolved: a bony fish with a jaw, a jawless fish, and a fish with leglike fins?
What is a territory ruled by a country, usually far away?
What is a country that eventually caught on to industrialization?
Name an area of life affected by the Enlightenment.
Who replaced the king in power during the French Revolution?
How did people explain the world before the Scientific Revolution?
Who emerged as leader of France following the French Revolution?
What effectively ended the control of the French monarchy?
What means to send away?
Name an enlightened leader in Europe.
What was a country that remained a challenge to Napoleon and his attempt to conquer Europe?
______ is the movement or sharing of knowledge across Europe in the 1600's.
Which country kept their ideas for industrialization a secret?
What battle ended Napoleon's reign forever?
What caused Great Britain to tax their colonies?
What is the time period called in which many factories and new machines were built?
__________ was the alliance that hoped to end Napoleon's rule.
What inspired the French people to think about their government?
Which country began the Industrial Revolution?
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Which route did Zheng He take to India?
Which of the following is NOT true of Zheng He's voyages?
Which route did the Portuguese take to the Indies?
When Columbus and Cabot reached the America's, where did they think they were?
Which of the following is true about the Inca civilization?
Both the Inca and the Aztec did which of the following?
When Cortes learned of the riches of the Aztec, he wanted to?
Which of the following is true about the fall of the Aztec Empire?
Which of the following is NOT a continent?
What country suffered a devastating Typhoon?
(1) When Myra sings, it is the most beautiful sound in the world. What is the dependent clause in sentence 1?
Which answser choice lists all of the FANBOYS conjunctions?
What are the 3 ways to correctly punctuate independent clauses?
(1) Adair used a variety of items to put out fires tools, machines, and even explosives. What is the correct way to write sentence 1?
Which sentence is correctly written?
Which sentence is correctly written?
I never watch scary movies; _____________ I love watching romantic comedies. What is the best transition word for the blank?
What do AAAWWUBBIS words help us do?
Which sentence is written in third person point of view?
What is something that narrative and expository essays have in common?
What ruined Wilbur's plans for the day?
Why wouldn't the lamb play with Wilbur?
Approximately how long does it take to hatch an egg?
How many eggs did the goose have that hatched?
According to Charlotte, why was it so important that spiders existed?
What strange item did Templeton add to his collection?
Wilbur threatened to tear Templeton apart if he hurt any of the goslings.
Why were some of the animals upset when Wilbur was trying to find his new friend?
What are the Zuckermans planning on doing to Wilbur come Christmas time?
What was the first thing that Wilbur saw Charlotte eat?
A physical change is any change that alters the form or appearance of matter, but doesnt make any substances into a different substance
A controlled variable is the variable that is not being tested, and is staying the same
What are the building blocks of minerals?
The smallest particle of an element that still retains all the element's propertoes is a(n)
Atoms containing the same number of protons and different numbers of neutrons are
The mass number of an atom is obtained by totaling the number of
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of a mineral?
Minerals form from bodies of water due to the process of
The process of mineral formation from magma is called
Minerals are classified by
Which of the following properties is generally the least useful in identifying minerals?
The color of a mineral, such as fluorite, changes due to
The appearance or quality of light reflected from the surface of a mineral is called
The resistance of a mineral to being scratched is called
The color of the powdered form of a mineral is called
Mohs scale is used to determine what property of minerals?
The tendency of minerals to break along smooth flat surfaces is called
What is the uneven breakage of a mineral called?
What is the density of a mineral?
What is a naturally occurring, solid mass of mineral or mineral-like matter?
A land made up of city-states is
You can read about the Patriarchs in the Book of Exodus.
God's plan for and protection for creation is
This patriarch's name was changed to Israel
Isaac was the first patriarch
The king of Egypt was known as
Abraham was once known as
A father, or founder, of a clan, a goup of related people
A gift from God that enables us to believe in him
The quality that enabled Jacob to live his covenant
Which of the following is NOT one of the three types of rock?
The three groups of rocks are classified by
All of the energy that drives Earth's rock cycle comes from
Wht type of rocks are formed by processes powered by the sun?
Where is the energy source found that drives the processes that form igneous and metamorphic rocks?
A rock that forms when magma hardens beneath Earth's surface is called an
Which of the following is an examoke if an extrusive igneous rock?
a rock that forms from cooling lava is classified as an
When large masses of magma solidify far below Earth's surface, they form igneous rocks that have a
Lava that cools so quickly that ions do not have time to arrange themselves into crystals will form igneous rocks with a
As the rate of cooling of igneous rocks increases, the size of the crystals that form
A conglomerate is a rock that forms as a result of
Which of the following represents the correct order of the processes involved in sedimentary rock formation?
Most of the heat for contact metamorphism is supplied by
What rock-formaing process occurs when hot magma forces its way into rock?
Which of the following changes may occur during metamorphism?
A foliated metamorphic rock forms when crystals
Which of the following metamorphic rocks has a non foliated texture?
A metamorphic rock can be classified according to its
An element is a substance that
This man was sold into slavery by his brothers
An area in western Palestine that included most of present day Israel
God formed his people during the
This man was able to interpret dreams
This man was the first patriarch
Joseph was able to interpret the pharaoh's dream and warned him about the
Sarai's name was changed to
Faith helps us to
Angels help God by delivering his messages to people.
God's people became known as the
Which particles make up atoms?
Which of the following is an element?
Isotopes are atoms of an element
Crystallization from cooling magma describes a way that
Which of these is a mineral?
If a mineral breaks along flat or even surfaces, it has
Which of the following is NOT a distinctive property of minerals?
Mohs scale measures
Diamond is
Metamorphic rock forms as a resut of
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Even before modern observations provided evidence that supports the Theory of Plate Tectonics, people developed theories that the continents were once joined together. Using only maps, they observed that -
The most recently formed crust on Earth would be found where -
Examining rocks that form on either side of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge provides evidence that supports Plate Tectonics. This is because we see evidence of plate movement in the fact that as we look at rocks farther and farther from the ridge, the rocks -
German Scientist that developed theory of continental drift
This theory explains the moving of continents, but could not answer what made the land masses move.
Which of the following is NOT evidence of continental drift theory?
The large super-continent that was thought to have existed was called --
Rock clues were used to support the theory of continental drift because --
How are parasitism and predation similar?
Which of the following is necessary for two organisms to be considered as coexisting in a mutualistic relationship?
How are humans classified within a food web?
An example of a producer-consumer relationship would be between which two organisms?
An example of a predator-prey relationship would be between which two organisms?
An example of a parasite-host relationship would be between which two organisms?
A fox species living in an area eats mostly mice. What would you predict would happen if the mouse population died from a quick-spreading virus?
A student goes home one day to find his dad chopping down a tree in the backyard. The pine beetle has fed on the tree’s bark, and the tree is almost dead. The pine beetle is a:
A snail eating algae growing on a rock
A frog flicks its tongue and catches a fly
Who did Texas win their independence from?
What are inalienable rights?
What is the official date Texas declared independence from Mexico?
When did Texas win their independence at the final battle of San Jacinto?
What do we celebrate today as Texas independence day?
Who was the author of the Texas Declaration of Independence?
What inalienable rights are identified in the Texas Declaration of Independence?
The Texas Declaration of Independence can best be described as?
What document was the Texas Declaration of Independence modeled after?
What meeting was the Tx. Declaration of Independence created and finalized?
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What prompted Great Britain and France to declare war on Germany?
What was Hitler's prime reason for wanting to take Poland?
What was significant about the Battle of Midway?
What was the Allies' plan for victory over the Nazis?
What was the goal of Hitler's Final Solution?
What was the main target of the kamikazes?
What was the result of Germany's invasion of Poland?
What was the significance of the Atlantic Charter both during and after the war?
What was the U.S. response to Japanese aggression in Southeast Asia in mid-1941?
Where were atomic bombs dropped?
Which of the following nations paid the greatest price in terms of the number of lives lost during the war?
Which of the following occurred on D-Day?
Which of the following was addressed by the Nuremberg Trials?
Which of the following was the location of a Nazi extermination camp?
Who led efforts to draw up the Japanese constitution?
Who organized and oversaw the demilitarization of Japan?
Who was the mastermind of the island-hopping strategy?
Who was the supreme commander of the Western Allied forces in Europe?
Who went on the Bataan Death March, and why?
During which phase of mitosis does the cell copy its DNA? (Hint: making 92 chromosomes)
how many daughter cells are produced at the end of mitosis?
What is happening in mitosis during anaphase?
How many chromosomes are in the human egg cell or human sperm cell?
What is the time period when a cell is carrying on normal processes and not actively dividing
egg and sperm are types of sex cells called
Meiosis produces
In prophase 1 of meiosis what are the chromosomes doing?
What does the term homologous pairs mean?
Describe PMAT for mitosis.
Describe PMAT 1 for meiosis.
Describe PMAT 2 in meiosis.
in meiosis what is the difference between metaphase 1 and metaphase 2?
Which type of cell divison creates identical cells?
Which cell division is good for growth, development and repair?
Which cell division results in 4 daughter cells?
All of the following were advantages for the British in fighting the Battle of Britain EXCEPT
Charles de Gaulle was the
Great Britain and France entered World War II because of the invasion of
How did civilians join in the war effort?
How did Kristallnacht demonstrate Nazi persecution of Jews?
How did the Lend-Lease Act benefit the United States?
How were the Holocaust and Hitler's Final Solution related?
In which of the following nations was the pre-war government allowed to return to power after the war?
The Atlantic Charter was a declaration of the right to freedom of
The German blitzkrieg was a military strategy that depended on what advantage?
Which general led the victorious troops in the Battle of El Alamein?
Which of the following battles marked the final German offensive?
Why were the Pacific islands attacked and seized during the Allied island hopping chosen?
Why were thousands of Japanese Americans interned in relocation camps?
The Germans first successfully used the blitzkrieg in an attack on
The Soviet Union signed a nonaggression pact in 1939 with
Under the postwar constitution of Japan, who was the head of government?
What caused the Japanese emperor to have reduced power after the war?
What combination led to the German defeat in the Battle of Stalingrad?
What crucial lesson was learned in the Battle of Britain?
What did the Allies' strategy of island hopping in the Pacific involve?
What does the use of kamikaze pilots show about Japanese culture?
What event occurred on the day described as a date which will live in infamy?
What group was tried at the Nuremberg Trials?
Which of the following cities was NOT extensively damaged during the war?
Which of the following did NOT motivate Japan to build an empire?
Which of the following did Stalin repeatedly urge Churchill and Roosevelt to do in order to relieve German pressure on Soviet armies?
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Fossils are found only in
What is a naturally occuuing, inorganic solid with an orderly crystalline structure and a definite chemical composition?
What type of sedimentary rock is formed from weathered particles of rocks and minerals?
The primary agent of contact metamorphism is
Which is not a state of matter
Which is a definition of a homogeneous mixture?
Which of the following is an example of chemical change?
A sudden, violent flood
Lines on a map that joins places with the same temperature
Lines on a map that joins places with the same air pressure
A violent disturbance in the atmosphere
Continental air masses form over land
Floods occur when small amounts of water pour out
A rapidly, whirling, funnel-shaped cloud
A scientist who studies weather
A huge body of air that has similar temperature, pressure, and humidity
Cold air is denser than warm air
The bond formed when Mg combines with O2 is...
n an ionic bond, electrons are _________ or _______.
How is the bond in F2 different from the bond in KCl ?
The process of becoming an ion from an atom is called as ________.
When a Cl atom gains an electron, it gets a charge of ________.
An atom that has lost or gained electrons becomes a (an) _______.
Non-metals tend to _______ electrons to be come ________ ions.
Metals tend to _______ electrons to become _____ ions.
Ionic bond is formed between atoms of ________ and _______.
Covalent bond is formed between atoms of ________.
Valence electrons are located_______.
The area where air masses meet and do not mix
To move away temporarily
Maritime air masses form over water
Thunderstorms form in large cirrus clouds
A tropical storm that has winds 119 kn per hour or higher
A swirling center of low pressure
A swirling center of high pressure
What kind of air mass forms over water in South America?
What kind of air mass would form over land in Canada?
What kind of air mass forms over water in Alaska?
I like to read.
Do you like vegetables? (asked to a friend)
He likes hamburgers.
We like Spanish class.
They like animals.
Bernardo likes Chinese food.
Ben and Jerry like ice cream. (get it?)
Cats don't like salsa.
My teacher likes to teach.
They like to sing.
What is an empire?
The person who rules an empire is called a(n) _________.
Who is known as the creator of the first empire in world history?
This man was a powerful Amorite king who ruled the Babylonian Empire with a set of specific rules for people to obey.
Hammurabi believed that this would help to control the empire.
What basic ideas about the code of law did Hammurabi's Code set up?
What is justice?
Which empires gained control of the Fertile Crescent?
This is a set of written rules for people to obey
To bring fair treatment of people, to the people is called ________.
What is one of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans?
What DON'T you need to build a healthy plate?
Osteoporosis effects what part of your body?
Which is NOT an effect of childhood obesity?
A Food Nutritional Label will NOT tell you the...?
Which is NOT a grain?
What is a protein?
How much physical activity should you do per day?
What are the 5 food groups?
What is the healthiest drink?
Which of the following is written correctly?
Where would you put the semi-colon to fix this run-on. Samantha is my best friend she always listens to me.
I love watching scary movies additionally, I love watching action flicks.
Which of the following homonyms means also
Choose the best verb to complete this sentence. The plates _____________to be cleaned.
Choose the correct relative pronoun: My friend Jack, THAT / WHO / WHOSE/WHOM parents live in Glasgow, invited me to spend Christmas in Scotland.
Which of the following is NOT a fanboy: for, nor, but, yet, othwerwise
Choose the correctly puncuated sentence.
Choose the correct way to punctuate the sentence.
Which of the following is most closely related to the main idea
The following battle saw the Americans playing a key role in its success and the halting of the German advance?
This armistice led to the pacifistic holiday which we call
An armistice was signed which ended W.W.1 on the following time and date of the year 1918
The most celebrated American hero of WWI was:
The German flying ace of WWI was:
He was the general of the American Expeditionary Force:
He was the author of All Quiet On The Western Front:
Which of the following was a reason that the United States entered the war:
The Treaty blamed the war entirely upon Germany and made them pay forcing them into a deep depression and gave rise to
Another factor fueling the nations of Europe in hatred against each other was:
A set of ordered pairs.
A rule that assigns to each input exactly one output.
A function that makes a line when graphed. It has a common difference or constant rate of change (Slope).
The set of all input values or the x-coordinates of the ordered pairs of a relation.
The set of all output values or the y-values of the ordered pairs of a relation.
The set of all the points on a coordinate plane whose coordinates makes the rule of a function true
Two lines that cross each other.
The steepness of a line. This measures how much a line rises vertically given a particular run or horizontal distance.
The value in a word problem that can be identified with the slope of a graph representing that situation.
A comparison of two measurements written as a ratio in which the second term has a value of 1.
The input variable, graphed on the x axis.
The output variable, graphed on the y axis.
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Iowa is located in ________________
Iowa is located between ______ N latitude and ____longitude
Iowa is bordered between two rivers
Iowa is bordered on the north by
Iowas land was shaped millions of years ago by
Historically Iowa was known as a prairie
prehistoric native Americans traveled across ___________________ into North America
The Ancient Woodland Indians were also known as
In 1803 Pres. Jefferson hired _______________ to travel the Missouri River westward exploring the Louisiana Territory
The first Europeans to step foot in Iowa were
The French explorer La Salle claimed the land west of the Mississippi and named it
ancient mounds built by the Woodland people in the shape of animals are called
The Ioway Indians were the first
The first capital of the Iowa territory was
Homes built on the treeless prairie made of dirt bricks were called
Most pioneers to Iowa came from Europe and
Advances in farm machinery that helped speed harvesting
The steel plow helped farming because
In eastern Iowa pioneers cut down trees to build
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