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The asthenosphere is part of which layer?
Earth's solid inner core is surrounded by the hot, molten metal of which layer?
What is the major difference between the inner and outer core?
The idea that Earth's lithosphere is broken into pieces that are moving due to Sea Floor Spreading and Convection Currents is known as
Scientists rejected Wegener's theory because he could not
The process by which oceanic crust sinks beneath continental crust and becomes magma is
Plates collide or push together at
Most earthquakes occur along
What is the pathogen that causes AIDS?
Which statement best explains the role of ribosomes in protein synthesis?
If the DNA code read ATCG, which choice below would be the sequence of an RNA strand that would bind with the DNA strand?
Each nucleotide triplet in mRNA that specifies a particular amino acid is called a(n)
Which of the following organic molecules are most closely related to nucleic acids?
During transcription
Which of the following organic molecules are classifed as carboyhydrates?
DNA is important for cellular activities because DNA
During replication, a complementary strand of DNA is made for each original DNA strand. Thus, if a portion of the origical strand read CCTAGCT then the new strand would be
How many codons are needed to specificy three amino acids?
Which of the following organic molecules are closely related to proteins?
The organelles associated with plant photosynthesis are the
Which of the following is an example of a prokaryotic cell?
One difference between prokaryotes and eukaryotes is that
Studying a picture of a cell, you can clearly see green plastids and a cell wall. You conclude that the cell is probably a(n)
The packaging and distribution center of the cell is the
In a cell, protiens are made in the
The cell membrane consists mainly of
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17) In general, in what direction does a diffusing substance move?
18) Which best describes the role of exocytosis in cell transport?
Charles has a bank account where he allows the regular interest payments to accumulate. This is an example of
The amount of money you initially deposit in your bank account is called the
The best plan for building your saving is to:
The price people pay for the use of someone else's money is
The amount of money you accumulate in savings depends on
Which of the following people is likely to pay the highest interest rate for a car loan?
The money in your account at the bank is insured by the
Savings account interest is
anyone can cash the check after the check has been signed
Legal documents that function like cash
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What is an area surrounded by water on 3 sides?
Where did the Greeks go to consult the gods?
What is something that united the various Greek city-states?
What was a time period called when the Greeks cared little for learning?
Who was the chief god of the Ancient Greeks?
Who was a great philosopher of Ancient Greece?
What was a poem written by Homer which described the Trojan War?
How would you describe the religious belief of the Greeks?
What building was constructed in Athens to honor the goddess Athena?
Who was the father of democracy?
Who were leaders who siezed power in Greece?
What was the name of the long-story telling poems of the Greeks?
Which of the following was an early civilization of Ancient Greece?
What means to live forever?
What was the main difference between the gods and humans according to Greek belief?
What was name of the high city of Ancient Greece?
What is a story written by the Greeks that usually ends in disaster for the main character?
How did the Ancient Greeks make their living?
What was a common occurence between the various Greek city-states?
What were payments made to Athens by their allies?
El cuarto
El reloj
Las almohadas
La alfombra
_______ ropa
_______ ventanas
_______ libros
________ dinero
_________ carteles
_________ revistas
What was Darwin's role on the Beagle?
Lamarck's mechanism of change can be called
Lamarck wrote an important book talking about
What observations did Darwin make that suggested there had been geological changes in Earth's history?
Darwin was spurred to finally publish his theory of natural selection by the writings of which scientist?
Which is the best example of organisms that have been naturally selected?
What is a key part of Darwin's idea of natural selection?
Which of these is the foundation for relative dating?
Radioisotopes tell scientists that Earth is how old?
What are homologous structures in different species evidence of?
bone of the forearm; has a larger epiphysis at the distal end
bone of the forearm; has a larger epiphysis at the proximal end
bone of the palm
larger bone of the lower leg
smaller bone of the leg
bones of the sole of the foot
collar bone
bone that is the site of attachment for the ribs
bones that make up the neck
bones that make up the chest region of the spine
bones that make up the lower spine
tailbone
ribs attached directly to the sternum
ribs attached indirectly to the sternum, yet still attached to each other
ribs not attached to the sternum or each other
Which choice correctly identifies the 5 levels of cell organization from most complex to simplest?
The epidermis and dermis make up the two main layers of the skin. Skin is an example of which level of organization?
Saliva contains an enzyme which begins to break down starch as soon as you put it into your mouth. If a person did not produce saliva, which would be most affected?
Which letter correctly identifies the 5 levels of organization from simplest to the most complex?
Which of the following is the most complex level of organization in living things?
Which of the following is an example of an organism?
Which of the following is an example of an organ?
What are organs made out of?
Which of the following is one of the major functions provided by our skin?
What is the primary body function our lungs serve?
Kust sai Euroopa tsivilisatsioon alguse?
Mille poolest on kuulus Archimedes?
Millist vana aja riike ei vallutanud Aleksander Suur?
Kes oli vanaaja kuulus filosoof?
Millega ei tegeletud olümpiamängude esimesel päeval?
Kes kuulusid Ateenas kodanike hulka?
Millist lahingut ei peetud pärslaste vastu?
Kes nendest ei ole Kreeka jumal?
Kes oli Vana-kreeka kangelane?
Kes nendest jumalatest oli veinijumal?
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The diffusion of water is also called
How do cells move a material from an area of low concentration across a membrane inot an area of higher concentration?
Find the mean of these numbers -5, 4, 6, -5, 5, -17
Find the mean of the following -12, -36, 52, -64, 26, 78, -19, 12, -10
Find the mean: -12, -13, 26, -52, 26, 7, -23, 9
Find the mean: -150, 250, -340, -230, -265
Find the mean -36, -48, 52, 64, 78, -50
Find the mean: -376, -634, 235, 259
Find the mean 10, -60, -50, 80, -20
Find the mean -18, 24, 36, -48, 60, -42
Find the mean of this set 14, -28, 63, -49, -42, -56, -14
Find the mean of -36, -60, -12, 54, -18, -30
Comparing two things using “like” or “as”
Words that make the sound they spell out--Zap! Zip! Meow.
I do not like green eggs and ham. I do not like them Sam I am.
The literal meaning of a word--Breath = the air in your lungs
A direct comparison of two things: That man is a house!
The repetition of sounds: tongue twisters
The symbolic meaning of a word--Dark = evil or mysterious
Creates mental pictures of things or events
Giving human-like qualities to non-human objects
His reflexes are as quick as a cats
Wha do you click on to open the main menu on the desktop?
Where on the menu would you type the applicationn you are searching for?
In MS Word, where would you click to print?
Where in MS Word woould you find your fonts?
Where in MS Word would you find you page borders?
Where in MS Word would you insert clip art from?
Where is MS Word would you find save?
Where in MS Power Point would you find new slide?
If you want to add effects in between slides where would you go?
Where do you go to run your Slide Show?
The main character of a literary work
Character who opposes the main character
Character who makes a permanent change during the course of the storyline
Character who reveals only one or two personality traits in a story or novel
Well-developed character who has many traits that sometimes fight against each other
Stays the same throughout the story
The Grinch is an example of a ___________________ character
Scar from the Lion King is an example of a _________________ character
Rabbit from Winnie the Pooh is an example of a _________________ character
The Joker in Batman is an example of a _____________________
The Piece's Content; its central message
The way words and phrases flow throughout the piece
The internal structure of the piece
The personal stamp of the writer
The mechanical corrections of the piece; using correct grammar
The physical appearance of the piece
How the writer transforms the ordinary to the extraordinary
Spell Check is a KeyQ. of which trait?
checking for proper paragraphing deals with which trait?
Using words with punch and pizzazz deals with which trait?
Which of the following is not a noun?
Which of the following is not a noun?
Which of the following is not a noun?
Which is not an example of a verb?
Which is not an example of a verb?
Which is an example of a verb?
Which plural noun is incorrect?
Which plural noun is incorrect?
Which is not a verb
Which is not a verb?
I was walking to school when I slipped on ice it hurt a lot.
Isn't it weird that the Super Bowl champions have a hard time being successful the following season?
The little girl. Was crying and couldn't stop.
I really like pizza.
Do you think you could give me a ride to school if not that's totally fine.
The boy that always smacks his gum.
All of the lovely butterflies.
Woo hoo school is almost out!
The fish that fell out of the bowl.
I wonder if we will have snow for Christmas.
Who were a group of invading people from the north that created a need for Europe accept feudalism?
What usually unites a group of people together?
What was something that happened because of the Hundred Year's War?
What was a place where nation building began during the end of the Middle Ages?
What became very overcrowded during the Middle Ages?
What system of rule was used to protect Europe from invaders?
Who was the Frankish leader that controlled Europe?
What event marked the beginning of the Middle Ages?
What is true about the life of a serf?
What was a way in which the Church helped people during the Middle Ages?
Who is someone in the Middle Ages that would receive honor and land in exchange for their service?
What is a disease that devasted Europe during the Middle Ages?
What means to be expelled from membership in the Church and Church life?
Who invaded and took control of England in the year 1066AD?
Who had as much power and more land than any king or emperor?
Which pope began sending soldiers to the Holy Land?
What is something the Church could do during the Middle Ages?
What was the name of the military campaigns that were fought to gain control of the Holy Land?
What document stated that the king had to serve the people and follow the law?
What was created as a result of the Magna Carta?
What was a new class of people that evolved at the end of the Middle Ages?
Which king abused power and created the need for the Magna Carta?
What caused the Hundred Year's War?
Why did the Pope send European soldiers to fight in the Holy Land?
What was considered the Holy Land for Christians living in Europe?
What was the code of conduct that was followed by the Knights during the Middle Ages?
Who was tried for witchcraft and inspired the French soldiers in the Hundred Year's War?
How did people learn about their religion before the ability to print books was available?
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An RNA has 15%. of its nucleotides being uracil. What nucleotide from the DNA that coded for the RNA would aslo be 15%?
What is the measure of concentrations H+ ions in it?
The substance being dissolved is called?
The substance doing the dissolving is called?
Any substance that forms hydroxide ions, OH- or substances that accept H+ ions is called?
Is a substance that produces hydrogen ions in a water solution
is an organic compound that changes color in acids and bases is called?
Is a mixture that has the same composition, color, density and even taste throughout.
How much solute is present in a solution compared to the amount of solvent is called?
The maximum amount of solute that can be dissolved in a given amount of solvent at a given temperature?
A solution that contains all the solute it can hold at a given temperature is called?
In order to carry out its functions properly the ph of blood must remain between ____ and ____?
In an acid, blue litmus paper turns?
On a PH scale a solution with a PH of 7 is ?
The PH of a substance can be determined by using a device called ?
A substance with a PH of 14 would be considered a ?
A _________ dissolves in water, almost 100% of the acid molecules dissociate into ions.
A solution which water is the solvent is called a _______ solution.
What is PH of pure water at 25 degrees celcuis?
Carrots have a PH of 5.0, How would you describe them?
What is another name for sodium hydroxide (NaOH)
What term is not appropriate to use when describing solutions?
What word is used to describe a solution that is 85% copper and 15% tin?
Which organelle controls the cells activity?
Which organelle is only found in a plant cell?
What is the jelly-like substance that fills the cell and holds organelles in place?
Which organelle stores water in the cell and is larger in a plant cell?
Which organelle is the boundary of the cell and selectively allows things in and out?
Which organelle conducts photosynthesis?
Which organelle is the highway of the cell and transports materials throughout the cell?
Which organelle is considered the powerhouse of the cell and produces ATP?
Which organelle provides structure for plant cells?
Which organelle works to package and distribute things throughout the cell?
Which organelle makes proteins?
Which organelle is only found in plant cells?
The measure of the amount of matter something contains.
The amount of space matter takes up.
A solid is a state of matter that has a
In which state of matter are particles tightly packed together?
The change from a liquid to solid or the opposite of melting is caled
Helium is an example of which type of matter?
A book is an example of which type of matter?
Water is an example of which type of matter?
To find the density of matter you have to divide what?
Will a brink with a mass of 40 grams, and a volume of 22 sink or float?
When a wire with a current is placed in a magnetic field,
To reverse the direction of current in a motor, current is conducted
The type of current produced by a battery is
A generator transforms
What is produced when there is a current in the primary coil of a transformer?
A device used to measure small currents is a(n)
A device that supplies the mechanical energy to turn the armature of a generator is a
You can increase the strength of an electromagnet’s field by
A coil of wire with a current is called a(n)
An electric current produces a(n)
Which is NOT a characteristic of a magnetic field produced by a current?
The ability to move an object over a distance is called
What device transforms electrical energy into mechanical energy?
In an electric motor, a commutator
What device increases voltage?
Which type of energy is associated with electric currents?
What is one difference between a galvanometer and an electric motor?
The process of generating an electric current from the motion of a conductor in a magnetic field is
A DC generator is the same as a(n)
A device that increases or decreases voltage is called a(n)
Electric current from a generating plant is
An alternating current consists of charges that
A solenoid with a ferromagnetic core is called a(n)
Which of the following does NOT involve the use of an electromagnet?
The relationship between electricity and magnetism is called
The two ends of a solenoid act like
What is used to turn the pointer of a galvanometer?
Which is NOT a part of an electric motor?
Which is NOT part of an AC generator?
A longitudinal wave is also known as a(n) _________________ wave.
The back and forth movement of the medium that a wave travels through is parallel to the directional movement of the wave. What type of wave is this?
A(n) _____________ wave best describes a wave whose direction of travel is perpendicular to the displacement of the medium.
What type of wave is a sound wave?
What type of wave is a light wave?
A surface wave on the ocean's surface is an example of a(n) _____________ wave.
An earthquake can cause which type of wave?
Choose the most accurate statement:
When a wave encounters a large gapless barrier, which of the following describes what will happen?
A wave encounters a barrier with two openings. Which of the following best describes what will happen to the wave as it moves through the two gaps?
1) What is (are) the main difference(s) between passive transport and active transport?
2) Which example(s) of cell tranposrt does not require chemcial energy?
3) Endocytosis is an example of what type of transport?
4) All of the following are types of passive transport except
5) What is the role of ATP in the process of active transport?
6) Facilitated diffusion allows certain kinds of compounds that are normally blocked by the cell membrane to cross the cell membrane. All of the following are examples of compounds that move by facilitated diffusion except
7) Exocytosis is an example of what type of transport?
8) Which of the following is an example of osmosis?
9) How do substances move into or out of the cell through endocytosis?
10) What kind of material is transported through osmosis?
11) In facilitated diffusion, what are the special channels that help substances cross the cell membrane made of?
12) Which statement is true regarding active transport?
13) How does particle size affect a molecule's transport across a cell membrane?
14) What causes the diffusion process to stop?
15) Suppose that you stayed in the bathtub too long, causing your hands and feet to look wrinkled. What kind of passive cell transport causes this effect?
16) Which best describes the role of endocytosis in cell transport?
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What was land given to a lord in exchange for their loyalty?
What role did women play on a manor?
What was a large estate that included many things an entire village would have?
How come feudalism declined as a system of rule?
Solve the following proportion x/4 = 4x - 5/11
The degree measures of the 3 angles x, 2x, and 2(x - 10). The total degree measure of a triangle are 180. Write and solve an equation to find x
On the first 3 100 pt tests, you made an 86, 96, and 98. Write and solve an equation to find out what she needs on the 4th test to have an average test score of 93?
Solve the following equation 15x + 3 = 3(2x - 3) + 9x
Solve the following equation 24x - 8 = 4(2x - 1) + 2(8x - 2)
Bla-ke has $30. He spends $10.91, including tax on a case of 4 red bull. He needs to set aside $10 for lunch. Slim Jim's are $1.36 each, including tax. What is the maximum number of slim jim's that he can buy?
Solve the following proportion x/7 = 2x + 4/10
On the first 3 100 pt tests, you make a 96, 94, and a 92. Write and solve an equation to find out what you need on the 4th test to have an average score of a 95?
Walker has $25. He spends $9.60 on a 24 pack of mountain dews. He has to save $12 for scissor kick lessons. If packs of big red are $0.38 a pack, what is the maximum number of packs of big reds he can buy?
Solve the following equation 12x + 56 = 2(3x - 12) + 6x
Producer-
Consumer-
Predator-
Prey-
Parasite-
Host-
Phytoplankton and zooplankton represent
A tick on a dog represents
A lion and a zebra represent
A mosquito on a human represents
Which is in the correct order?
Which is correct for a marine ecosystem?
which is correct for a freshwater ecosystem?
Which is correct for a terrestrial ecosystem?
Where is the most amount of energy avilable on the energy pyramid?
A herbivore eats __
An omnivore eats ___
A carnivore eats ____
Where do producers get their energy?
If the population of small fish in a pond decreased what would happen to the big fish that rely on the small fish for energy?
Cell Membrane ____
Cell Wall ___
Nucleus ___
Cytoplasm ____
Mitochondria ____
Chloroplast ____
Vacuole
Which of the following is in both plant and animal cells?
Plant and animal cells are _____
Why do plant cells have a large vacuole and animal cells don't?
What is the definition of an expository essay?
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 NOT to do on your essays?
Whic one of these statements is a DEPENDENT clause?
Which answer choice correctly uses a hyphen?
Which sentence begins with an AAAWWUBBIS word?
What is the most important thing to remember before the test?
Which sentence is written in third person point of view?
What should you do if a question asks you about the controlling idea of a passage?
What is the past tense of go?
What is the past tense of want?
What is the past tense of listen?
What is the past tense of have?
What is the past tense of sleep?
What is the past tense of eat?
What is the past tense of wear?
What is the past tense of speak?
What is the past tense of make?
What is the past tense of write?
The cat sat on the table.
He lives just beyond the hill.
Can you put the dishes in the dishwasher?
My mom lives around the Canton area.
You must go through the woods to get to the house.
The scientist lived among the gorillas.
You must go past the grocery store to get to my house.
Please sit by your partner.
My mom made me clean around the toilet.
Please don't talk during the movie.
I went to the mall ___________buy _______shirts
Where does a comma go when you see an AAWWUUBIS word at the beginning of a sentence?
Which of the following is used to show a list
Which of the following is the most expressive way to replace said
which of the following should always be capitalized
A 4 on the rubric has which of the following?
A hyphen is used to
which of the of the following best describes a fragment?
30. Name the verb in the following sentence: Cesar reaches for his pen.
4. Which of the following words should NOT be capitalized?
What means to take a journey for religious reasons?
What was a region of the 13 colonies?
What is a colony in which the English king traded land to someone in exchange for a yearly payment?
Which colony was established as a place where Catholics could practice their religion?
Who founded the colony of Connecticut?
Who called his colony a Holy Experiment?
Who wanted to purify the Church of England?
What means to allow other to practice their own religious beliefs?
What was the frontier land of the Middle and Southern colonies called?
What cash crop saved Jamestown?
Who was a new arrival to the Jamestown colony that made an impact?
Which of the following is an example of a proprietary colony?
Who battled the Puritans in Mass. Bay colony?
Who was the founder of the Mass. Bay Colony?
What is a large farm with many workers that was found on the Southern colonies and New Spain?
Which leader help Jamestown survive?
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Which of the following is a dangerous health hazard when repairing automotive break systems?
When using a hydraulic press, always make sure the pressure is being applied in a safe manner and
Before using a 2-post lift, make sure that
When extinguishing a gasoline type fire, you should direct the fire extinguisher at the
When you are using an engine hoist to life a complete long block, where should the lifting boom be located?
Diamond shaped signs indicate
Used tires should be disposed of by
When performing brake repair, some OSHA-approved method of protection must be used for protection against what tiny particles because they are cancer-causing?
Dispose of used oil filters by
What is the formula for density?
A rock has a mass of 24 grams and a volume of 12 ml. What is the rock's density?
What is the density of a rock that has a mass of 50 grams and a volume of 5 ml?
A scientist found a shiny piece of metal. The mass of the metal is 225 grams and the volume of the metal is 25 ml. What is the density of the metal?
What are the units for density?
What is the density of a metal that has a mass of 36 grams and a volume of 3 ml?
The mass of the chair is 75 grams. The chair also has a volume of 5 ml. What is the density of the chair?
The volume of an unknown substance is 35 ml. The mass of the substance is 350 grams. What is the name of this substance?
A pair of scissors was measured to have a mass of 40 grams. The volume of these scissors was 20 ml. What is the density of these scissors?
A baseball has a mass of 45 grams. The volume of this baseball is 4 ml. What is the density of this baseball?
When something has more mass
Alexia combines all the forces acting on a tennis ball. She is finding the:
A cart carrying a load is being pushed with a constant acceleration. Another is pushed with twice the force and the same acceleration. Which of these describes the mass of the second cart?
Derek and Sam are playing tug-of-war. Derek is pulling the rope with a force of 50N and Sam is pulling with a force of 60N. Which of these describes the net force on the rope?
If the forces acting on a car in motion were unbalanced, any of these could happen except
According to Newton's second law of motion, force equals mass times
Carlos and Benny kick a soccer ball at the same time in opposite directions. The ball rolls to the right. Which of these BEST describes why the ball started rollin to the right?
A force is applied to a box that caused the box to move across the floor with a constant acceleration. Which of these describe the motion of a box with twice the mass if the same force is applied?
A force of 50 N is applied to a box with a mass of 5kg, giving the box an acceleration of 10 m/s2. What force must be applied to the box to achieve an acceleration of 20 m/s2?
If Yesica ran home at a speed of 25 m/s and it took her 60s to get home, how far away does Yesica live?
Which of the following systems is responsible for breaking down food so that it can be used by the body?
Which of the following systems is responsible for helping the body protect itself from pathogens?
Which of the following systems is responsible for helping the body breath by taking in oxygen and releasing carbon dioxide?
Which of the following systems is responsible for controlling body movements such as climbing or dancing?
You should limit each of the following nutrients from a food label EXCEPT
Which of the following systems is responsible for allowing organisms to create new life?
What does a calorie measure?
What different factors affect how many calories a person needs each day?
Which is NOT a benefit of regular exercise?
Which should be included to maintain a healthy lifestyle?
Which best explains how the allies were involved in helping Japan rebuild after World War II?
Which of the following statements summarizes why the Japanese adopted the No War Clause
Which term best describe the adopted of the Japanese No War Clause
In the 1920's and 1930's, the totalitarian governments in Germany, Italy, and Spain were largely the result of
The harsh conditions imposed by the Treaty of Versailles after World War I helped lay the foundation for the
Between the Meiji Restoration and World War II, Japan tried to solve the problem of its scarcity of natural resources by
Fascism in Europe during the 1920’s and 1930’s is best described as a
Which of the following is not a characteristic of a totalitarian regime?
After World War I, Japan attempted to solve some of its economic problems by
What was one reason the Nazi programs and policies in the early 1930’s appealed to many people in Germany?
Narrow belts of winds that can reach 400 km/h are called
What is the atmosphere?
About how much of Earth’s atmosphere is oxygen?
Wind occurs because of differences in
What causes local winds?
Wind occurs because air tends to move from regions of higher to lower
Air pressure decreases as what increases?
Which of the following shows the composition of Earth’s atmosphere?
Troposphere is...
What causes differences in air pressure around the Earth?
Narrow belts of winds that can reach 400 km/h are called
What causes differences in air temperatures at different altitudes?
During the mid-1930’s, which characteristic was common to Fascist Italy, Nazi Germany and Communist Russia?
Which was a characteristic of Germany under Adolf Hitler and the Soviet Union under Josef Stalin?
World War II is considered to be a turning point in history because
Which event caused the emperor of Japan to announce that he was only human after all?
Which reform took place in Japan after World War II?
A major factor in the economic recoveries of Japan and West Germany after World War II was their
Which is one reason the Holocaust is considered a unique event in modern European history?
Which statement best describes the political situation in the Soviet Union immediately after Lenin’s death in 1924?
Which best describes The Night of the Long Knives?
Why did Hitler sign a Non-Aggression Pact with Soviet Union
The name of the event in which Jewish homes and businesses were raided was
How do governments influence art and literature in nondemocratic societies?
In the book, Night, Elie Wiesel describes his experiences in concentration camp during the
In the 1940's a propaganda film made by the Nazis was showing in theaters throughout Germany. The film portrayed what group of people as the rats of nature?
Which statement most accurately evaluates the effectiveness of the League of Nations?
After gaining independence, many Latin American countries failed to unify. What was an obstacle to their unification?
Napolean's invasion of Spain, divisions among social classes, the weaknesses of imperial power, a desire for independent, democratic government, and a desire for economic independence are all reasons for which of the following results?
How did the Industrial Revolution affect economic relationships among nations?
According to J.A. Hobson, How did imperialism affect African societies?
Which statement describes Romesh Dutt's view of the impact of imperialism on India?
Which of the following is true about DNA and RNA
Which of the following carries a code to a ribosome?
Which of the following is used as a pattern for producing Messenger RNA?
Which of the following processes must occur prior to mitosis so that each cell has the correct DNA?
Which of the following processes occurs after the Messenger RNA reaches the ribosome?
Which of the following is a benefit of sexual reproduction over asexual reproduction?
What is the purpose of tRNA?
Under what conditions would asexual reproduction be better than sexual reproduction
Two pea plants with the genotype TT and Aa are crossed. What is the probability of an offspring having the genotype TtAa?
Stripes are dominant in flies over non-stripes. What is the probability of two heterozygous striped flies having a non-striped offspring?
What has to happen for an offspring to have the recessive phenotype?
How is modern DNA technology being used to enhance agriculture?
What has to occur to produce recombinant DNA?
Which of the following processes produces gametes?
What type of cell must a mutation occur in for it to be passed on to the next generation?
Which of the following sequences is the result of a deletion occuring in the following DNA sequence: ACTTGCGGAT
Which type of mutation casues the least change in the organism?
The following DNA mutation occurs: ACTCTAAT becomes ACTGGCTAAT. What type of mutation is this?
A parent with a genotype of Ss is crossed with an individual with a genotype of ss. What is the probability that an offspring will have a dominant phenotype?
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Biotic means ___
Abiotic means ___
Which of the following is not a form of symbiosis
Mutualism-
Commensalism-
Parasitism-
Which of the following is an example of a mutualistic relationship?
Which of the following is an example of a commensalistic relationship?
Which of the following is an example of a parasitic relationship?
Which one does not belong
Variations of repeating designs such as lines, stripes, checks, and bricks are called...
A __________ preprinted stationery with important facts about a company and blank space to display the correspondence.
Which of the following is not found in the masthead of a publication?
To insert a new page into a publication, press on the keyboard the following keys...
___________ is the amount of space from the bottom of one line of text to
This button is used to increase the magnification of an object, to facilitate viewing and editing.
...are green dotted lines that used for alignment.
To check a publication for empty frames, text in overflow area, or objects in non-printing areas use the
...form displays check box choices and fields for comments, and blanks for up to four multiple choice questions and a comment action.
The ...form displays check box choices, fields for time and price, as well as payment information.
The PI stands for:
Width in pixels, of the image's border is called
Allows you to open and edit the image in either Adobe Photoshop or the default image editor on your computer
ID specifies the name of the image.
Allows you to link the selected image to a specified URL or Web Page is called:
Map and Hotspot tools are used to label and create an image map.
Reset image to its original phase before editing is called:
The path to an image file stored in the current Web Site is called:
Vspace and Hspace are used for
W and H stand for the image width and horizontal alignment.
CHOOSE THE BEST TRANSITION WORDS: I felt good and ready for class. (Nonetheless/Furthermore), I really liked what we were studying. (Thus/However), I was excited to begin.
2. CHOOSE THE BEST TRANSITION WORDS: June was upset about her lost dog. (On the other hand/Consequently), she wasn’t having much fun at the party. (Nevertheless/Moreover), she decided to stay.
I hope you can come; (however/moreover), I won’t be angry if you don’t. I know you have lots of work to do, and (nonetheless/also), you have chores to do.
Which is correct
____________friend is over ___________
WHICH IS CORRECT?
Which of the following is NOT a fanboy?
What punctuation is missing? Mary is my best friend so we do everything together.
Choose the correct version: Both women were encouraged to study science and they both accomplished great things.
1. I want to buy necklaces Nina.
Who are people who owe money?
What were the civilian towns of New Spain?
What is a government in which people elect officials to represent them?
What is the line that separates the North and the South in America?
Who was put on trial and banished in Mass. Bay for claiming to have spoken to God and questioned Puritan belief?
Who founded Rhode Island on the idea of religious toleration?
What is something that impacted the Jamestown colony?
Which colony was established as a safe haven for debtors?
Which colony was known as the lost colony?
Who rebelled against the Virginia government and fought with the Native Americans?
During cytokinesis in plant cell,
The life stages of a cell
The process of cell division that form two nuclei
Cells need to produce new cells in order to
Organelles and chromosomes are copied during
The division of cytoplasm
Pairs of similar
The structure in which DNA, the hereditary material that controls cell activities, can be founds
Humans have _________ chromosomes.
The center of the cell can be described as the
Windows 7 is a type of operating system.
Is a collection of store information is called:
This Acts as your work area is called:
Are small images that represent items on your computer is called:
This area contains the current time and date is called:
This are is the the horizontal bar at the bottom of the screen is called:
Optional programs that present helpful or entertaining information on your desktop is called:
Office 2010, View Web Pages, and Send/Receive E-mail are examples of:
Toolbar at the top of the open window contains the name of the program and document you opened is called:
The top resizing buttons are:
When should permission be obtained for copyrighted materials
For educational multimedia projects, students may use copyrighted material when
Music on the Internet
Dithering
How many images from a collection can you use for fair use (educational purposes)
In Motion Media video you can use
In audio you can use
8 bit color
16,777,216
Vector Graphics
Which of the following is a substance composed of two or more elements that are chemically combined?
Which of the following is a mixture that appears to be a single substance?
Where are the nonmetals located on the periodic table?
A property of bases is that
Soup is an example of
Which of the following is a compound?
What particle in an atom's nucleus has no charge?
What is contained in the electron cloud?
Which of the following types of elements touch the zig-zag line in the periodic table?
A sample of an element is brittle and a poor conductor of heat. It cannot be hammered into sheets. Which type of element is the student most likely observing?
A scientist knows that a pure substance has six protons in the nucleus of each of its atoms. Which of the following can the scientist conclude?
If an element's atomic number is 17, this means that element has
Elements in the same _______________ have similar chemical properties.
All of the following are similarities between prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells except?
A Eukaryotic Cell
How did Robert Hooke Contribute to the cell theory?
What is the cytoplasm?
Which of the following is a major principle of the Cell Theory
Which of the following Scientists state that all living things are made of cells?
Are structures specialized to perform distinct proccesses
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________________ are areas of standing water that support aquatic plants
Ponds and lakes range in size from?
Animals that live in freshwater regions would be able to survive areas of high salt concentration?
Lakes and ponds are part of the freshwater biome
The two water biomes are the marine biome and the freshwater biome?
A stream of water that joins a larger stream is called?
Which of the following is a fresh water animal?
What percent of the earth's freshwater is accessible to humans?
What is not true about plants in freshwater biomes?
Marshes, Swamps, and bogs are all considered
_____________ are bodies of flowing water moving in one direction?
What type of organism produces its own food?
What is an biotic factor within a freshwater ecosystem
What is larger a lake or a pond?
What river is close to Donegal Junior High?
What do wetlands do after a lot of rain?
What type of organism helps to decompose other dead organisms?
Am I going to study for the test tonight so that I do really well?
Affidavit:
Prejudicial:
Pertinent:
Tentative:
Infer:
Vouch:
Perpetrator:
Civil:
Safeguard:
Parole:
On what point did the Framers of the Constitution agree upon?
What is the name of the system by which we elect our President?
What is the plan for our government?
What are changes made to the Constitution?
Which of the following is a branch of government?
What the powers that are shared by the federal and state governments called?
Where was the Constitutional Convention held?
What means to accuse an official of a crime?
What plan for the Constitution gave equality in representation to all states?
What was the compromise called that created a bicameral leglislature?
What showed that the Articles and Confederation were not going to last as a plan for government?
What was the first plan for government for the United States?
Who is known as the Father of the Constitution?
In what section of the Constitution do we find the goals?
Who is the Executive Branch of government?
How did the different branches of government limit each other?
For what issue did the 3/5 compromise settle?
What is the clause that allowed congress to make power to carry out its duties?
Who is someone that did not support the ratification of the Constitution?
What did the Anti-Federalist want added to the Constitution?
One particle of a substance made of 2 or more atoms
Two or more different elements joined together
Reactants yield products
A substance made of only one kind of atom
Large # in front of a compound or molecule which tells how many molecules are in the reaction
Small # after an element to tell you how many atoms of that element are in the compound or molecule
Mass is not created or destroyed
A material's property that becomes evident during a chemical reaction
Can be observed or measured without changing the appearance, color, texture or state
When a substance is changed into a new substance with different properties
A change in size, shape or state. Like cut wood, weathering freezing
Which organelle is primarily concerned with the conversion of potential energy of organic compounds into suitable forms for immediate use by the cell?
Which structure, composed mainly of proteins and lipids, aids in maintaining homeostasis in a cell?
Which process requires the expenditure of cellular energy?
Which molecules must be present in order for energy production to occur in the mitochondria of an animal cell?
A double-stranded molecule that contains instructions for the manufacture of cell protein.
Provides energy for biochemical reactions
Replicate prior to mitosis
Carries protein building blocks to ribosomes
The building blocks of both DNA and RNA molecules are known as
Ribosomes are organelles that function in the process of
Active transport is different from passive transport in that active transport involves
A biologist diluted a blood sample with distilled water. While observing the sample under a microscope, she noted that the red blood cells burst. This bursting is most likely the result of which process?
Which structure includes all of the others?
Which is an organic compound found in most cells?
Molecules that are too large to pass through the pores of a cell membrane may enter the cell by a process known as
Which substances may pass through a cell membrane by simple diffusion?
Microscope examination of an animal cell reveals the presence of a plasma membrane but no cell wall. Which additional structures would normally be present within this cell?
Which cytoplasmic organelles contain hereditary material and can undergo replication?
What is the role of DNA in controlling cellular activity?
Which organelles function in the maintenance of water balance in freshwater protozoa?
bellicose
cajole
intervene
jovial
malign
partisan
ulterior
imminent
invalid
prim
naught
precarious
reiterate
serene
invoke
plunder
valor
noble
consent
mutinous
The certification that is nationally recognized in the auto industry is:
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The main purpose of the cytoskeleton is....
Prokaryotic cells do not have a _________
What led to the discovery of cells?
Which Organelle is the storehouse for a cell's DNA
What is the function of the cytoskeleton of a cell?
Why are golgi apparatus, the endoplasmic reticulum and the inside of the mitochondria all highly folded?
What is the function of the ribosomes in a cell?
Which of the following organelles is exclusive to plants only?
Animal cells have all of the following except
Which phrase best describes the rough endoplasmic reticulum
What is happening on a cellular level when plants wilt?
Which organelle breaks down and recycles old cell parts and generally keeps the cell clean?
Which organelle supplies energy to the cell?
Which of the following is not a major principle of the cell theory.
Are structures specially designed to perform a distinct process.
What is a difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.
Is a network of proteins that is constantly changing to meet the needs of a cell.
Which of the following is not found in a plant cell?
is the storehouse for most of the genetic information or DNA in your cells.
Proteins are made up of 20 types of ___________________.
This organelle modifies, packages and transports proteins
Generates energy for the cell
Is a fluid filled sac the stores such materials like water, food molecules, inorganic ions and enzymes
Particles with a positive charge
A particles with a negative charge.
Are particles with no charge.
Is the smallest piece of matter that still retains the property of the element.
A neutral particle that forms as a result of electron sharing.
An attraction that forms between atoms when they share electrons
is the force of attraction between the opposite charges of the ions in an ionic compound.
Is a force that holds atoms together in a compound.
The charge on the ion is known as the ___________
is a charged particle that hs either more or fewer electrons than protons.
A metamorphic texture that means no mineral alignment is called
Two processes that cause metamorphism are
Regional metamorphism is
Contact metamorphism is
A foliated, metamorphic rock with platy mica crystals is
A foliated metamporphic rock that is made from low grade metamorphism of shale is
A foliated metamorphic rock that has shiny surfaces is
A nonfoliated metamorphic rock made from limestone is
A nonfoliated metamorphic rock made by the metamorphism of sandstone is
A metamorphic rock texture that means minerals are aligned due to pressure
Regional metamorphic rocks are formed by heat and pressure during
True/False: Metamorphic rocks are often found in mountainous areas.
True/False: All metamorphic rocks used to be some other rock.
True/False: Metamorhpic rocks have been buried at some point.
True/False: Slate is slightly metamorphosed shale.
True/False: Phyllite and Schist could turn into gneiss with added heat and pressure.
Slate is made only of the mineral
True/False: Metmorphic rocks often have a twisted, distorted, folded pattern.
A banded rock made by high-grade metamorhpism
If lava flows over existing rock, between the lava and existing rock there could be
Mitosis
Meiosis
cloning
zygote
diploid
gametes
asexual reproduction
Which is NOT a type of asexual reproduction
gametes
haploid
What does -leg-/-lig- mean?
What does -lev- mean?
What does -tend-/-tens- mean?
If the prefix omni- means all, then an omniscient narrator...
A common phrase that people often use is LET'S SCOPE IT OUT. Find a GLR in that phrase to figure out that it could also be said LET'S GO _____ WHAT IT'S LIKE.
What does -men-/-min-/-mon- mean?
What does -cert- mean?
Find a GLR in the word MEDICINE to figure out that its purpose is...
What does -sequ-/-secut- mean?
What does -graph-/-gram- mean?
Translate: I have black hair.
Translate: John has green eyes.
Translate: Professor Romero has twelve fingers.
Translate: My hair is black and my eyes are blue.
Choose the sentence that is in the correct order.
Choose the sentence that is in the correct order.
Choose the sentence that is in the correct order.
What is the best question for this phrase: Lisa es de Argentina.
What is the best question for the following expression: Me duele el cuello.
What is the best question for the following expression: A Pedro le duelen los ojos.
Humans are found in what time period?
Which is larger: era or period?
What period is known as age of fish?
Which exist first: insects or sharks
The oldest time period is called ______.
How many mass extinctions occur?
Pangea froms during this period.
Which is era means age of ancient life?
Which is not an example of a type of fossil?
Dinosaurs become extinct at the end of _____ period.
These divide DNA during cell division.
A membrane bound organelle that contain enzymes. Defends cells from bacteria and viruses.
Makes plants green by carrying out the process of photosynthesis.
GIves protection support and shape to the cell
Allows some, but not all materials to cross through.
Drives molecules across a membrane from a region of lower concentration to a region of higher concentration.
Is the movement of molecules in a fluid or gas from a region of higher concentration to a region of lower concentration.
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An organism that is able to produce its own food through photosynthesis.
The sequence of organisms that eat one another.
An organism that eats other organisms.
What are the main problems that Biosphere 2 had?
What is the major issue concerning Mono Lake?
Why were crazy ants a problem in Biosphere 2?
What problem were the Microbes in the soil causing?
occurring or appearing again
sharp, repeated sound
looking down upon, treating as if inferior
enclosed, covered
twisted and knotted
stumbled; hesitated
spreading out
twisted or crooked sense of humor
put on, as in clothing
abrupt; rough
torment, tease, tempt
in a rude, insulting, or disrespectful manner
cautiously
to wander around
empty; vacant
overwhelming; highly destructive
doing without; extreme poverty
saturated; spread throughout
sailed for England, looking for northwest passage; crew threatened mutiny; river in New York named for him
sailed for Spain, seeking treasure and land to claim for Spain; First to see the Pacific from the Americas; Charged with Treason and beheaded by Spanish ruler
sailed for England; faced stormy Atlantic and damaged ship; discovered Newfoundland
sailed for France; faced the shallow waters of St. Lawrence River; claimed Eastern Canada for France
sailed for Spain, looking for sea route to Asia; First person to sail across Atlantic Ocean; credited with discovering America, although he never landed on American shores
sailed for Spain; looked for Fountain of Youth gold; discovered and named Florida
A disease caused by a vitamin C deficiency
lines on a globe that run north and south, or vertical
lines on a globe that run east and west, or horizontal
the 0 degree line of latitude that crosses our planet in the middle
A business that forms a partnership with another online business and refers customers for a fee.
When a company focuses on a single product or service to make it the best in its field.
A company that combines and offers for distribution a number of products or services from a variety of manufacturers.
A member of the Internet channel of distribution that helps move products from the manufacturer to the consumer or industrial user.
Sells good or services from a manufacturer on a wholesale basis.
Focused mainly on financial and human resource applications.
Early types of E-CRM
The cornerstone of good service in an online business.
The path a product takes from producer or manufacturer to the end user
A business that acts as a third party or go-between in moving products from the manufacturer to the end user.
What causes eutrophication to occur?
Which of these are used most often as a material resource?
Which is a type of land use?
What led to the Dust Bowl?
Which of the following is a renewable resource?
Which of the following is a nonrenewable resource?
What is a material resource?
Which is an example of a resource that could be considered both material and energy resources?
What is potable?
A measure of the cloudiness of water refers to which term?
Which of the following would be considered point-source pollution?
Which type of pollution refers to dumping live or dead organisms into a body of water?
As you come into school, please (enter) through the front door.
At my sister's wedding last month, I (dance) with my grandmother.
I think I (join) the marching band next year.
I was surprised by how the movie (end).
My parents said that next month they (increase) my allowance if I get good grades.
The chef (mix) the different ingredients in a bowl before he cooked them.
Please help me (spell) the name of that country.
After we watched the scary movie, I (terrify) my brother by making spooky noises.
Olivia and Tina (arrive) at the airport yesterday.
John (like) the oatmeal cookies my mom makes.
In the future, this may become an extension of the current web
combining related products or sevices in one package
Programs that mine the web for information such as computer-program updates and price changes
they crawl through the web compiling lists of URL's
A page on a website that allows users to share information about common problems
One way in which online shoppers can find answers to questions
The ability to change prices instantly to keep up with changes in the marketplace
Internet agents that are not human
Web pages that allow online shoppers to have real-time conversations with customer-service representatives
Gathering information on customers to identify and target them
The one thing that makes a business stand out from the competition
A major abiotic factor in freshwater ecosystems is the _________________.
What are the 3 zones of a lake?
How does a lake become a forest over time?
What are two factors that characterize a biome?
What is the beginning of a river called?
How do rivers form?
The freshwater biome includes all of the following except?
Any animal that preys upon another animal is called
A fresh water biome is defined as
__________ are bodies of water moving in one direction
A ___________ is a group of organisms that are closely related and can mate to produce fertile offspring.
_____________ is a triangular diagram that shows an ecosystem's loss of energy,
______________ is the place or environment where a plant or animal naturally or normally lives and grows
A large region characterized by a specific type of climate and certain types of plant and animal communities
The number and variety of organisms in a given area during a specific period of time.
A community of organisms and their abiotic, or nonliving, environment.
A treeless wetland ecosystem where plants such as grasses grow
An area of land that is periodically under water or whose soil contains a great deal of moisture
The wetland ecosystem in which shrubs and trees grow
The zone of a lake or pond below the open-water zone, where no light reaches.
The zone of a pond or lake that extends from the littoral zone and that is only as deep as light can reach.
The shallow zone of a lake or pond where light reaches the bottom and nurtures plants.
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Is the movement of molecules across a cell membrane without energy input from the cell.
is the difference of concentration from one location to another
A _________ is a protein that detects a signal molecule and performs an action in response.
solution has a lower concentration of dissolved particles
Water molecules move across a semipermeable membrane from an area of higher water concentration to lower concentration.
As solution that has the same concentration of dissolved particles as the cell.
A solution that has a higher concentration of dissolved particles than a cell.
Is the release of substances out of the cell
Cell membrane engulfs large particles
Is the process of taking things into a cell.
diffusion of molecules across a membrane through transport proteins.
What is not a step in the scientific method
What class are you in?
Each inner energy level of an atom has a maximum number of _____________________ it can hold.
Dot diagrams are used to represent _______________________?
particles with a positive charge are called?
Particles with a negative charge are called?
Particles with no charge are called?
protons and neutrons are made up of smaller particles called?
Protons and neutrons are found in a small positively charged center of the atom called?
This man proposed the idea that all matter is composed of atoms
The nucleus is surrounded by a cloud that contains _________________?
The amount of protons in an atom is equal to the
What is a biography?
What is a myth?
What is a moral?
What is an event?
Words that sound that same at the end ______. .
Poems that do not rhyme are called _______.
A comparison that uses the words 'like' or 'as' is a _____.
A character trait is a ________ of a person.
The main idea of a text is the ________.
A compound words is _______
Which of the following is a compound word?
Which of the following is an opinion?
Which of the following is a fact?
The building is as big as a city.
Which of the following is a trait?
A prediction is a guess about the ________.
A poem is divided into __________.
The atomic mass is found by adding the _______________ and ___________________________.
Atoms of the same element that have different numbers of neutrons are called?
Ths man created the periodic table?
Currently the periodic table is arranged by increasing atomic ___________?
When looking at the periodic table the vertical columns are called ________________________?
When looking at the periodic table the horizontal rows are called ________________?
The majority of the elements are __________________?
Elements in the same ___________________ have similar properties
He discovered the atomic nucleus
The current accepted theory of atoms came from?
Hypothesized that electron travel in fixed orbits
What is the title of this chapter?
If A = B then a +c = b + c
If a = b then a x c = b x c
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