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A standard preformatted document that contains place holder text that you replace with your own
holds data, instructions, and information for future use
A commercial organization that maintains a dedicated internet connection
a common port for attaching peripherals such as scanners, cameras and printers
the physical parts of the computer
a policy published by a school district, business or organization that a user must agree to in order to be provided access to the Internet
a program or instructions that give directions to the computer
software that controls the execution of computer programs
a computer program that retrieves documents or files or data from a database or from a computer network (esp. from the Internet)
the part of a computer that does most of the data processing, the brain of the computer
a global network connecting millions of computers, making it possible to exchange information
connects one computer to another
electronic equipment connected by a cable to the CPU of a computer
the space where you access and work with programs or files through the graphical user interface
the most common computer memory which can be used by programs to perform necessary tasks
The conditions under which you can use material that is copyrighted by somoene else without paying royalties
a record of everywhere and everything someone has been or done on the internet
the primary storage component of a computer
A selected worksheet cell that is ready for data entry
The position of the text between the margins
Lists data in alphabetical or sequential order
Identifies the cell, and is formed by combining the cell's column letter and row number
Pleasant or unpleasant conditions that follow behaviors and affect the frequency of future behaviors
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Which Greek city state allowed for public debate and emphasized the duties of citizens?
Athens progressed from a monarchy, aristocracy, tyranny, to a ?
All are true of the Persian Wars EXCEPT ---
Which demonstrates a main cause of the Peloponnesian War?
Warfare between Athens and Sparta, Lasted nearly 30 years, and ended the Golden Age of Pericles describes which war?
What was the lasting impact of the Peloponnesian War?
Which best describes the legacy of Pericles?
Who launched Greek literature by writing The Iliad and The Odyssey, epic poems about the Trojan War?
Who developed a mathematical formula to calculate the relationship between the sides of a triangle?
Who’s scientific discovery focused on the laws of levers and pulleys?
All are known for their work with philosophy EXCEPT –
What type of simple column was used on the Greek Parthenon?
What type of column shown has an ornate capital decorated with acanthus leaves and scrolls?
What did Alexander the Great spread throughout his empire?
What does -ideo-/-idea- mean?
What does -ben-/-bon- mean?
What does -magn-/-mag-/meg-/-maj- mean?
What does -dys- mean?
What does -pseudo- mean?
What does -ex- mean?
What does -homo- mean
What does -hetero- mean?
What does -macro- mean?
What does -micro- mean?
What did the Indo-Aryans bring to India?
What two rivers influenced the ancient Indian civilization?
What type of government did the Persian Empire use?
Which of the following promoted that humans are good, respect for elders, and ancestor worship?
In both Confucianism and Taoism, the universe shows a balance between two opposite forces called –
Which of the following is a belief within Taoism?
Which world religion spread from India to China through the teachings of early missionaries?
In which region would you find the following religious beliefs: live in harmony with nature, have a simple life, and exercise humility in all things?
Which teachings would be considered part of Taoism as taught by founder Laozi?
All of the following are ideas of Confucianism EXCEPT ---
Who is the founder of Taoism?
Who was the founder of Confucianism?
Who was responsible for spreading Buddhism from India to China and other parts of Asia?
What we do call the line at 0 degrees latitude
What are natural resources?
When you read or see a historical document that was created by someone who livedthrough an event (journal, photograph, letter, etc.) this is called a _________________.
A ceremonial feast given by tribes in the Pacific Northwest is called a ________________.
A colonist who continued to support Britian during the Revolutionary War was called a __________________.
What is a constitution?
Which branch of government is responsible for enforcing the laws (making sure the law is being followed?)
Which of the following was the first *successful* British colony in America?
What law said that the American colonists could not live west of the Appalachian Mountains?
Where was the first shot of the Revolutionary War fired?
What was the last battle of the Revolutionary War?
What do we call the first ten amendments to the Constitution?
What deal did Thomas Jefferson make with France the doubled the size of the U.S.?
Vasco de Balboa is best known for discovering...
Which Spanish explorer conquered the Aztec Empire
Which French explorer was the first European to sail all the way down the Mississippi River?
Which British explorer founded the first British colony of Roanoke (but it mysteriously disappeared!)
This man was both the commander of the Continental Army and our first President.
Who was Sacagawea?
A low tropical depression that brings violent winds, heavy rain, and storm surges impacting the Atlantic portion of the U.S. is called
What regional label was given to the area of the United States where factories and mills were abandoned for other regions?
The United States and Canada share the longest –
Which river is used to provide irrigation to areas in the southwest United States?
Which U.S. city exists because of the confluence of three rivers?
Which two cities grew up along the Transcontinental Railroad in the United States?
Which is a Canadian site located where the St. Lawrence River narrows?
Which created a free trade area between the United States, Mexico and Canada?
A street sign written in both English and French demonstrates language and cultural differences in the Canadian province of –
Which U.S. city is located where the Atlantic Coastal Plain meets the Piedmont?
Resource depletion and environmental changes have led mining towns in the U.S. and Canada to become –
Which eroded mountain range extends 1,500 miles from Canada to Alabama?
A photo of a McDonald’s restaurant in China best demonstrates –
Comparative advantage is the –
Independence Hall is located in which US city?
Gas stations, motels, highways, and drive-up services are influences of –
The Continental Divide is the --
Many developing countries need to trade because of the ____________ distribution of resources.
The Gateway Arch is located in which US city?
Since Canadians and Americans trace their ethnicity to many different nationalities, the society is very diverse or—
Who was killed by the police?
Who said, Stay gold Ponyboy. Stay gold. ?
Who was one of the boys who tried to drown Ponyboy in the fountain?
Who was Ponyboy's oldest brother?
Who was the jokester whose real name was Keith?
Who was the Soc spy who helped the Greasers?
Who visited Ponyboy when he was sick at home?
Who was the redhead's movie friend?
Who found Johnny's denim jacket?
Who was Ponyboy's favorite brother?
Who read Gone With the Wind together?
Who was the narrator of The Outsiders?
Why were the Curtis boys living on their own?
Why did Johnny carry a switchblade?
Why did the Socs find Johnny and Ponyboy after the night at the movies?
How did Bob get stabbed?
What were the boys given to take with them on their escape?
Who was Cherry Valance's boyfriend?
Who did not help save the children from the burning church?
Whose arrival at the rumble caused a distraction which started the fight?
Language that is not intended to be taken literally is _____________.
A comparison of two things that are essentially different, usually using the words like or as is known as ______________.
A comparison in which the author describes a person or thing using words that are not meant to be taken literally is known as ______________.
Figurative language in which non-human things or abstractions are represented as having human qualities is known as _________________.
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Fat adds flakiness because it separates the layers of gluten.
Oil and margarine are the two most common fats used to make pie crust.
Oil makes pie crust mealy and tender rather than flaky and tender.
Water provides moisture to help gluten form and produces steam for flakiness.
Salt adds much more to pie crust than flavor.
The flour should not be sifted with the salt.
The shortening is cut into the flour until it resembles particles the size of salt.
There was an ___________ amount of snow on the ground.
When it comes to playing soccer, I am completely _________.
I think God put little brothers on the planet just to ________ us.
God will never ____________ me!
The tone of the text was _____________; I thought my friend was mad at me.
Another name for a couch potato is an ________.
It's so hot! I wish I could ___________ myself with water!
After not eating for two days, the man must have been __________!
I like taking computer tests because the results are ______________.
Albert Einstein was _____________, yet he failed out of school.
The love of God is too __________ for me to comprehend.
Which of the following is not one of the four main ingredients used to make pie dough?
Which of the following tools would you be least likely to use in preparing a standard pie pastry?
What is the role of salt in pie dough?
Which of the following ingredients would contribute to the creation of a mealy pie crust?
The conventional method refers to which of the following?
An easy way to get the pie crust into the pan you are baking in?
What causes a pie crust to be flaky?
Which of the following is considered to be a desirable characteristic of a quality pastry?
What happens to a crust that has too much water added to the dough?
In which country did pasty originate?
The criss/cross or basket weave pattern decorating the top of a two-crust pie is called:
The name given to cuts in the top of the pie to allow steam to escape?
The name given to fork holes in the bottom and sides of a one-crust pie:
The name given to the small folded over squares of pastry with filling in the middle?
Too much fat makes pie crust tough
Pie dough should be mixed with the hands for superior flakiness.
Baked or unbaked pie crusts may be frozen.
It is all right to reroll the dough if it is not rolled perfectly the first time.
Fruit pies are best when eaten within 1-2 days but can be kept for us to four days.
The shortening is cut into the flour until it resembles particles the size of sand.
The process by which an organism’s internal environment is kept stable in spite of changes in the external environment is called
Blood is made in which body system?
The spaces in bones are filled with a soft connective tissue
What kind of motion is possible with a hinge joint?
Which type of muscle is found only in the heart?
A strong connective tissues that holds movable joints together is a
What is the hard part of the bone that contains calcium called?
What are the two minerals found in the bones?
What type of muscle tissue is in the digestive tract
What connects muscle to bones?
Muscles work in __________
How does involuntary muscles work
How does voluntary muscles work?
Whisch is an example of an involuntary muscle
Which is an example of a voluntary muscle
Which of the following is a function of the skeletal system
A wrecking ball stopped at its highest height before it is released to hit a building is an example of ________ energy being converted into ________ energy.
________ energy is energy due to the motion.
Which of the following is not an example of chemical energy?
Which of these is not an example of energy being converted from one form into another form?
When energy is transformed or changed from one form into another, some of the energy will be lost to the environment as
The law of the conservation of energy says that energy cannot be created and it cannot be -
E = mc2 means that
A pitcher pitches a ball to a waiting batter and the batter hits a pop fly deep into the outfield where it is caught. Which of these has the most kinetic energy?
________ energy is the energy of the motion or vibration of molecules in a substance.
To create electricity using a nuclear power plant, energy from the uranium in the reactor produces lots of ________ in order to make the generator work.
Which of the following laws best define this statement? The total amount of energy in a closed system stays the same.
Energy transformations occur as energy changes from one form to another. As these transformations occur, which of the following happens?
If energy decreases in one part of a system, what will happen?
Which of the following types of energy originates below Earth's surface?
What type of energy transfer is made possible by a nine-volt battery in a calculator?
An example of ________ energy is food since it can be stored and used later.
The energy that moving objects have is called ________ energy.
Stored energy is called _________________.
Which of the following has the most kinetic energy?
A large mass resting a meter off the ground could have as much ________ energy as a smaller mass resting from a greater height.
What kind of balance happens when all of the elements radiate out from the center point?
A picture of land, countryside, mountains or fields is classified as a
Photographs that represent reality mainly as patterns and/or shapes and not as recognizable objects.
When designing any type of magazine or flyer it is best to think about your
This is the term used for the arrangements of the elements in or the subject matter of a painting
This refers to the relative size of the parts as a whole.
Lines that lead the viewers eyes into a picture are
A Mandala is
This refers to the size of an object in relationship to another object.
Pictures that are taken from an unusual angle or point of view, which can create a dramatic photograph is this point of view.
A low point of view is when you
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A group of words repeated at key intervals in poetry is known as _______________.
The act of repeating for emphasis is known as ______________.
An intentional and extreme exaggeration for emphasis or effect is known as ________________.
An expression that has a different meaning from the literal meaning of its individual words is known as ________________.
A knowledge level, fact-based question asked for clarification (who, what, when, where, why, how)
May have more than one answer and requires that the answer be supported with evidence from the text (ex. What does this mean?)
Asks for an opinion, a belief, or a point of view. Responses may represent different perspectives and should be supported with evidence from the text (ex. Do you agree or disagree?)
Open-ended questions that are raised by ideas in the text and transcend social and cultural boundaries and speak to a common human experience (ex. What does the character believe in?)
Johnny's mom and dad visited him in the hospital.
The Greasers won the rumble.
The last people to see Johnny alive were Dally and Ponyboy.
Dally was killed in the fire.
Johnny, Dally, and Ponyboy were all found not guilty of Bob's murder.
Johnny gave Ponyboy his copy of Gone With the Wind.
After Dally died, Ponyboy collapsed from a concussion.
At the end of the book, Ponyboy decides to write about his experience.
Marcia developed a real crush on Dally, even though they were from opposite sides of the tracks.
Darry, Soda, and Pony were all very close to each other due to their parents' death.
a bold resistance to authority
obnoxious or stubborn
disinterest; distant in feeling
incapable of serious or meaningful thought
an institution for young offenders
showing strong displeasure at something unjust or offensive
hesitantly; resistantly; unwillingly
a delay due to fear or uncertainty
loss of respect or honor
indifferently; casually
unable to comprehend
playfully; mischievously, or dishonestly
shaking uncontrollably
acting bravely or nobly
tensed the body; flinched
examined; looked at; inspected
subtle; shrewd; crafty
skeptical or disbelieving
found not guilty
arrogant or conceited
to distract or turn away from
suspicious; wary
without hope or encouragement; depressing
returning again to the mind; occurring again
acting according to social standards; compliance
scornfully; showing disdain
imitating or copying action or speech
worshipped; regarded with adoration
wandering in the mind and talking nonsense
struck with shock or amazement
A long narrative story dealing with supernatural beings or heroes is known as _______________.
A body of traditional or sacred stories to explain a belief or a natural happening is known as a ________________________.
An expressive literary piece written in first person that centers on a particular event in the author's life and may contain vivide description as well as personal commentary and observations is known as ________________.
The pattern an author constructs as he organizes his or her ideas and proves supporting details in known as _________________.
A statement or premise supported by arguments; the subject or theme of a speech or composition is known as ____________________.
The main point or underlying direction of a piece of writing that makes the reader ask a question is known as ________________.
A poem's capital letters (or the lack there of), unique line length, and special word position (also called the shape of the poem) is called the poem's ________________________.
A _______________________ is an account of someone's life written by someone else.
An ______________________ is an account of someone's life written by that person.
An ________________________ is a type of informational text that clarifies or explains something.
An ______________________ is a response demonstrated through inner thoughts and feelings.
An ________________________ is a response demonstrated by the character through speech or action.
A ________________ is a statement that claims truth and contains no value language.
A _______________ is an opinion or declaration stated with conviction.
An ________________ is a person view of belief based on emotions or interpretation of facts.
A ______________ essay is where the author describes a topic by listing characteristics, features, attributes, and examples.
A _________________ essay is where the author lists items or events in numerical or chronological sequence, either explicit or implied.
A _____________ essay is where information is presented by detailing how two or more events, concepts, theories, or things are alike and/or different.
A _________________ essay is where the author presents ideas, events in time, or facts as causes and the resulting effects or facts that happens a result of an event.
A _________________ essay is where the author presents a problem nad oneo r more solutions to the problem
What is the perspective from which the author chooses to tell his or her story?
What is the point of view when the story is told by a character in the story using the pronouns I and me?
What is the point of view when the story is told by an outside narrator who only knows what the main character knows?
What is the point of view when the story is told by an outside narrator who knows everything?
What is the point of view when the story is told by an outside narrator that reveals the inner thoughts and feelings of one or more characters?
What is the point of view when the story is told by an outside narrator that describes actions without revealing inner thoughts and feelings of characters?
What type of sentence is made up of a subject and a verb and also called an independent clause?
What type of sentence is made of two or more sentences joined with a comma and a coordinating conjunction or a semicolon?
What type of sentence contains one or more subordinate clauses joined with a main clause?
What is a group of related words that does not include a subject or a verb called?
What is a prepositional phrase that acts like an adjective and modifies a noun or a pronoun called?
What is a prepositional phrase that modifies a verb, adjective, or another adverb called?
If you are doing an experiement, and your teacher instructs you to pour the remaining chemicals down the drain, what an you assume?
What is the first step in the Scientific method?
What is a limitation to the Bohr Model?
How many atoms of Hydrogen are found in this molecule? H6O2
In a chemical change-
Describe the motion of a balanced force.
An atom has 8 protons, what element is it?
In the chemical formula for glucose C6H12O6 which element(s) have the least amount of atoms?
What is the independent variable in an experiment?
How much force is needed to stop a car moving with 600 N to the North?
What are the 3 sub-atomic particles that make up an atom?
Which sub-atomic particles determines an atoms charge?
Empty space describes an atom's --
What instrument is used to measure Force due to gravity?
Who is credited with bein the father of the periodic table?
The nucleus is--
How do you calculate an atom's atomic mass?
A nail rusting is an example of--
Where are protons located?
Action force equals the reaction force describes with law?
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The product of an object's mass and velocity is its
What is conserved when two objects collide in a closed system?
What is the momentum of a 50-kilogram ice skater gliding across the ice at a speed of 5 m/s?
What force is responsible for the repulsion between two positively-charged particles?
When opposite poles of two magnets are brought together, the poles
Which universal force acts only on the protons and neutrons in a nucleus?
With which of the following is the weak nuclear force associated?
Which of the following universal forces is the weakest?
As an astronaut travels far away from Earth, her weight
The gravitational force between two objects increases as mass
The force that keeps an object moving in a circle is called
The centripetal force acting on a satellite in orbit
FFill in the blank. The Toltecs of northern Mexico were master __________s who decorated palace walls with horizontal bands of mythological figures. Hint skilled craftsman.
Fill in the blank. The American painter Mary Cassatt ______ed family scenes and intimate interiors. Hint: To paint, draw.
Fill in the blank. Casey at the Bat is a familiar verse that lends itself well to comic imitations or __________ Hint: A humorous imitation.
Arrowheads and pottery are two kinds of ________s that inform us about early Native American culture in the United States. Hint: relic
When expressing powerful feelings in a long, formal poem, or _________ poets have chosen such subjects as solitude, evening, and the west wind. Hint: poem
Fill in the blank. Detective Sherlock Holmes is always capable of ______ more subtle than that of the criminal he pursues. Hint: skill
Fill in the blank. __________s written on the rock walls of the cave help us imagine what life was like in primitive times. Hint: picture or drawing
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Why did the chicken cross the road
Dogs are
SYNONYM to DEPICT a bullfight
SYNONYM to RECANT testimony in court
SYNONYM the ARTIFICE of ancient Chinese painters
SYNONYM inspired by the ODE
SYNONYM a skilled ARTISAN
SYNONYM praised the ARTIFACT
SYNONYM remembered the INCANTATION
ANTONONYM annoyed by the PARODY
ANTONYM an ARTLESS young journalist
ANTONYM an rhapsodic retelling of a movie plot
Which sentence uses the word incorrectly? Hint: Can you persuade your parents with an incantation?
Which sentence uses the word incorrectly? Hint: Can the children recant something to learn?
Which sentence uses the word incorrectly? Is restless part of the definition for ARTLESS?
Which sentence uses the word incorrectly? It's ARTIFICES not artifacts
Which sentence uses the word incorrectly? Are sound recordings pictographs?
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Melyik webbongesoő program?
Mire hasznaljuk a kereso programokat?
Melyik egy kereso program?
Mire hasznalhato a vissza gomb a bongeszoben?
Mire használjuk a bongeszo programot?
Mi a szamitogepes halozat?
Melyik egyszavas kereses?
Mi a netikett?
Melyik kereso oldal?
Melyik kell a sz internetkapcsolat letrehozasahoz?
A standard pre-formatted document that contains placeholder text that you replace with your own.
A policy published by a school district, business, or other organization that a user must agree to follow in order to be provided access to a network or to the internet.
A special feature on most computers that will tell you the available keystrokes and special functions available to assist you.
Arranging the shape, size, type, and make-up of a document
Electronic equipment connected by cable to the CPU of a computer.
Text or pictures that have motion in a presentation.
Sending or posting harmful or cruel text or images using the internet or other digital communication devices.
You can add shapes to a slide by using this option.
You can change line spacing by using this dialog box.
This is how an effective presentation should be created.
A very common port for attaching peripherals such as scanners, digital cameras and printers.
A commercial organization that maintains a dedicated Internet connection and provides access to paying customers.
A record of everywhere and everything a person has been or done on the internet.
The physical parts of the computer, (computer science) the mechanical, magnetic, electronic, and electrical components making up a computer system.
To view a presentation, select this function from the Slide Show menu on the menu bar.
Connects one computer to other computers and peripheral devices.
A set of rules created by a school or business that explains the rules of behavior that must be followed by anyone using technology equipment.
 Information entered into the computer to be processed that consists of text, numbers, sounds, and images.
A very common port for attaching peripherals such as scanners, digital cameras and printers.
A built-in formula included in most spreadsheet programs that makes it easy for you to perform common calculations.
A computer program that retrieves documents, files, or data from a database or from a computer network (especially from the internet)
Electronic standards of conduct or rules.
URL, or the address of a web page on the world wide web, stands for:
Computer software that is designed to collect personal info about users without their informed consent.
When someone uses another persons information over the internet without permission.
This file contains a worksheet which has the file extension .xlsx or. xls.
Hardware and/or software that guards a private network by analyzing the information leaving and entering the network..
In Word, this presents the most accurate view of how your document will look when printed, displaying the entire page on screen at once.
 Using the mouse, which of the following options will select a sentence?
When he broke his ankle, it was _________________ to watch
I watched the cockroach ___________ across the floor
After I had pneumonia, I was too ___________ to play outside.
To _____________ good crops, you must till the soil.
I had the strangest ____________ that I could fly.
I was not using ______________ when I cheated on the test.
I had to __________ the shower with bleach.
The library an _____________ amount of resources
Even though I couldn't see anyone, I had the ___________ that I was not alone in the room.
I had a ____________ with my group so that we could discuss roles.
I practiced ___________ by looking both ways before crossing the street.
Pie crusts are made from four basic ingredients: flour, fat, salt, and water.
Flour gives structure to the pastry.
Fat makes pie tough because it causes gluten development in flour.
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Which has acceleration?
How many atoms make up Na2SO4?
Which of these is an example of a physical reaction?
What causes a rocket to move upward into the sky?
Your friend added several bags of groceries to his empty wagon. You could expect--
Which part of digestion is a chemical change?
When is work being done?
A car burning gas has what kind of energy transformation?
How many atoms of hydrogen are in the molecule Ba(CH5O2)2
When a football is thrown, where does it have the least potential energy?
What subatomic particles are outside of the nucleus?
What type of charge does the nucleus have?
You push a box with 50 N and your friend pushes the other way with 40 N.
A Barbie doll is riding on a toy car, when it hits a shoe and she goes flying--why?
What is located in the outer shell of atoms?
How do you know the number of valence electrons an element has?
The zig zag line on the periodic table separates...
The number of neutrons in an atom of Potassium...
An atom with 1 or 2 valence electrons is...
On a roller coaster, small kids get knocked around more than big kids. Why?
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Feodor on naljakas
Feodor on minu sõber
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fedja arvab et me vaidleme
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louis on sekspomm
lolo juba kysimus kaheksa , kas sulle meeldib neid ägedaid kysimusi lugeda
miks sulle ei meeldi mu kysimused
juba kysimus kymme, poleks oodanudki ,
What is a seasonal bringing heavy rain that can lead to flooding?
Land that is suitable for growing crops
extremely Dry climate
an area without precipitation for a long period of time
group of people who share the same language culture and traditions
a group of people who share the same belief system
introduction of hazardous material into the environment
insufficient amounts of food or supplies
characteristics of farming or country life
related to city or city life
Select the item that doesn't belong.
Select the item that doesn't belong.
Select the item that doesn't belong according to what it means.
Match the best answer to the question: ¿De dónde es usted?
Match the best answer to the question: ¿Cómo te llamas?
Select the right answer to the following math question: 1+2 =
Select the right answer to the following math question: 10 + 5 =
Select the right answer to the following math question: 20 - 3
Choose the answer that expresses the following time frame: noon.
Choose the answer that expresses the following time frame: 1:30
the act of citing or quoting a reference to an authority
the means of communication, as radio and television, newspapers, and magazines, that reach or influence people
inappropriate or excessive emphasis on profit, success, or immediate results.
information that is first in time; earliest; primitive.
an evaluation of original data, etc.; not primary or original,
the intended group for which something is performed or marketed; the specific group to which advertising is directed
any of the means of communication, as television or newspapers, that reach very large numbers of people
the state or fact of being convinced.
A media type used to convey a message such as tv, internet, radio
Methods to attract consumers’ attention and persuade them to buy a product
Fill in the missing definite article: _______ escuela
Fill in the missing definite article: _______ autobús
Fill in the missing definite article: _______ lápiz
Fill in the missing INDEFINITE article: _______ país
Fill in the missing INDEFINITE article: _______ mujer
Make the following noun PLURAL: la mano = _______ manos
Make the following noun PLURAL: el diccionario = ____ diccionarios
True or False: (In Spanish) All nouns have gender and number
Change the following from masculine to feminine: el amigo
Change the following noun from masculine to feminine: el profesor
The yo form of SER is...
SER means ...
Choose the correct form of SER for: Los estudiantes
Choose the correct form of SER for: mis amigos y yo
Choose the right form of SER: ¿De dónde _______ tú?
Use SER to say: The boys are interesting.
Use SER to say: Juan Carlos is a driver.
Nosotros form of SER
SER can tell you..
SER can tell you...
Tuve un acidente y ahora me duele la
Si una persona no está enferma decimos que la persona está ___________.
Mi hermano tiene la gripe y dolor de cabeza. Vamos a llevarlo al ________.
La tos y ________________ son síntomas de un resfriado.
La sala de emegencia es parte del ________.
Tengo la tos y estoy muy ______________. Tengo un refriado.
La niña se cayó y se _____________ el pie.
Yo recibí una ______________ para un antibiótico.
El hombre se cayó porque estaba muy _____________.
La profesora _____________ mucho acause de sus alegías.
Breathing faster when we exercise is necessary to expel ______.
The chromosomes of eukaryotic cells (ex. animals) are found in the ______.
A duplicated chromosome consists of two ______.
Sister chromatids are joined at the ______.
The cell cycle results in the production of ______.
Which of the following is a stage of mitosis?
The correct sequence of stages of mitosis is ______.
During metaphase ______.
One difference between mitosis and meiosis is ______.
Homologous chromosomes ______.
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What is to be included in the heading of an agenda?
If letterhead is used to create an agenda, how much space should be left between the letterhead and the beginning of the agenda?
What word processing feature allows text to be printed below the bottom margin of every page.
Sonar is used to find:
The hammer, anvil, and stirrup are in the:
Beats result from:
The Doppler effect causes an apparent change in
Sound does not travel through
Sound travels ________ in air than in water
Loudness is how the ear perceives
____ is what you hear as the quality of sound.
The ____ ear contains the cochlea.
The system of using sound to measure distance is called:
A disturbance that travels through a medium as a longitudinal wave is
How well particular sounds can be heard in a particular room or hall is:
Sound produced when notes that have no musical relationship are played together is:
Quality of the sound you hear
Amount of energy the wave carries per second through a unit area is
How high or low the sound seems to a person
Apparent change in frequency as a wave source moves in relation to a listener is
Sound waves with frequencies above normal human range of hearing are
A mixture of sound waves that don't sound pleasing together
System of detecting reflected sound waves
With respect to education, which of the following best describes the significance of the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution?
State boards of education regulate and advise schools. Which of the following is NOT a function of state boards of education?
As a new teacher, to which of the following will you apply for an initial teaching license?
A geographical area given the legal responsibility for education within its borders is best described as a:
Which of the following is given the responsibility for determining the curriculum that will be taught at an individual school?
Of the following, what is the best description of a local school board? Groups of:
Which of the following is a school district’s head administrative officer?
With respect to promoting student learning, which of the following is/are often considered to be the most important person, or persons, in a school district’s administrative structure?
You’re a high school teacher, and the students in your school are allowed to participate in sports only if they maintain a C average for all their courses. Of the following the group most responsible for setting this policy is:
You’re applying for a job. Of the following, which will be most influential in determining whether or not you get the job?
According to Gallup polls examining public opinion, which of the following is the biggest problem facing local schools?
Approximately what percentage of a school district’s education budget is supplied by states?
Of the following, which best approximates the percentage of educational funding that comes from the federal government?
The majority (about three fourths) of funding for schools at the local level comes from which of the following?
For most states in the United States, the largest source of state revenues is which of the following?
Programs such as Title I, Head Start, and the Bilingual Education Act of 1972 are funded by:
Based on research examining educational expenditures and educational quality, which of the following is the most accurate statement? Increased educational funding:
Of the following, which best approximates the percentage of the money allocated to education that is actually spent on instruction?
Of the following, which is the best approximation of the range of yearly per-pupil spending in the United States?
Which of the following best describes a charter school?
Chrome, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox are .....
I have just created a video and now I'm going to ..... it onto Youtube.
When a document, message or folder is unwanted, you ..... it.
How do you call these symbols respectively? @ and .
Inbox is .....
A friend has sent you an e-mail including an attachment. In order to read it, you have to ..... it.
It's been a long time since I installed my antivirus and now I must ..... it.
You can have intenet connection in every part of this building thanks to our ..... system.
It's my first time on this site. First I have to sign up, then I'll be able to .....
You mustn't forget your ..... to log on.
What is the main cause of air pollution?
What is a mixture of smoke, fog and chemicals called?
What is the layer of gas high in the atmosphere that protects the Earth from the sun's harmful ultraviolet radiation?
Which gas released by the burning of fossil fuels is the main cause of global warming?
Which of the following is the main cause of acid rain?
What percent of water on earth is available as freshwater?
Which of the following is the world's main source of drinking water?
What is chemicals, soil or other substances that are washed off the land into nearby bodies of water called?
Which of the following is a nonrenewable resource?
Which of the following is not a good way to help stop air pollution.
While pondering a jigsaw puzzle, __________________ joked, I'm in a jam; maybe I need a jackhammer to drive this piece in.
Sherry shopped for sugar and shoes to share with Cheryl on the __________________.
Yesterday Yolanda's youngest __________________ yawned and yelped.
__________________ went walking in the woods.
Bobby bit into __________________ bread.
Wistfully wishing for a friend, Wanda __________________ woefully.
Five funny friendly friends find fruit in the __________________ on a frigid Friday.
Fay __________________ on five fast flights.
__________________ chewed on chocolate covered candies, carrots, cake, and corn at the centennial celebration?
Johnny __________________ Jerry's junior jamboree.
James offered another ____________ excuse as to his whereabouts.
The bird could not fly because of its ____________ wing.
Bob is a ____________ who assists the senator.
My grandma is a ____________.
Jeff ____________ all the extra calories during his long swim.
Books were ____________ in protest of their contents.
The book was so exciting I couldn't wait to read the next ____________.
The repairman worked on the propeller at the ____________ of the boat.
The teacher gave us a ____________ gaze for talking so much
My mom was born in ____________ of 1932.
The SI unit of force is the
Which of the following relationships is correct?
When an unbalanced force acts on an object,
When a pair of balancedforces act so an object, the net force that results is
What kind of friction occurs as a fish swims through water?
As you push a cereal box across a tabletop, the sliding friction acting on the cereal box
The forces acting on a falling leaf are
An open parachute increases air resistance of a falling sky diver by
Projectile motion is caused by
The property of matter that resists changes in motion is called
An orange might roll off your cafeteria tray when you stop suddenly because of
According to Newton's second law of motion, the acceleration of an object equals the net force acting on the object divided by the object's
If a force of 12 N is applied to an object with a mass of 2 kg, the object will accelerate at
Your weight equals your
The acceleration due to gravity on the surface of Mars is about one third the acceleration due to gravity on Earth's surface. The weight of a space probe on the surface of Mars is about
Newton's third law of motion describes
In which of the following are action and reaction forces involved?
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Who used a compound microscope to see chambers within cork and named them “cells”?
Electron microscopes can reveal details
Which organelle breaks down organelles that are no longer useful?
Which organelle stores material such as water, salts, proteins, and carbohydrates?
Which organelle converts the chemical energy stored in food into useable energy?
Which of the following is a function of the cell membrane?
An animal cell that is surrounded by fresh water will burst because the osmotic pressure causes
Which means of particle transport requires input of energy from the cell?
The cells of unicellular organisms are
Which list represents the levels of organization in a multicellular organism from the simplest level to the most complex level?
Which is NOT a principle of cell theory?
Which of the following is a function of the nucleus?
Which structure makes proteins using coded instructions that come from the nucleus?
Which structure modifies, sorts, and packages proteins and other materials for storage or release from the cell?
Which organelle converts the chemical energy stored in food into compounds that are more convenient for the cell to use?
Which organelle would you expect to find in plant cells but not animal cells?
Unlike the cell membrane, the cell wall is
The cell membrane contains channels and pumps that help move materials from one side to the other. What are these channels and pumps made of?
During diffusion, molecules will move from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration until ____________ is reached.
The diffusion of water across a selectively permeable membrane is called
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
La madre de mi madre es mi __________.
El hermano de mi pade es mi ____________
Mi abuelo es don Cavaliere. Yo soy su (his) ________.
El hijo de mi padrastro es mi ______________
Cierto/Falso: Los parientes means the same thing as los padres
Choose the best translation: My father is tall.
Choose the best translation: My brother is handsome.
No tengo muchos años. Yo _______ muy joven.
Las niñas ________ rubias.
Mi primo _________ artista.
Ustedes __________ mexicanos.
Which term describes the relatively constant internal physical conditions of an organism?
When a particle is surrounded by a vesicle and pulled into a cell, it is called _______________.
Which of the following is an example of an organ?
A group of similar cells that perform a particular function is called _____________.
An organ system is a group of organs that
The cell theory states ALL things are made of cells.
If a cell contains a nucleus, it must be a eukaryote.
Large molecules, such as glucose, that cannot cross the lipid bilayer can still move across the membrane through a type of passive transport called __________________.
Gatorade is an ________________ solution that replenishes what you lose through sweat when you exercise..
A cell's organelles can be compared to a ________________.
Ellos _______________ (almorzar) a las once.
Mis amigos y yo ______________ (cerrar) los libros.
Yo ________________ (dormir) mucho durante los ratos libres.
El profesor _______________ (pedir) ayuda de los estudiantes.
Yo ______________ (querer) viajar en el futúro.
Nosotros ______________ (poder) tener más tiempo.
Elena _______________ (preferir) estudiar en la biblioteca.
Soy miembro del equipo de natación. Yo ___________ (volver) a la piscina cada día.
Los niños ________________ (jugar) al fútbol los fines de semana.
En la clase de español nosotros _____________ (repetir) las palabras nuevas.
In a chemical equation which side of the yield sign will you find the reactants?
According the the laws for the Bohr Model, how many electrons can the first shell hold?
The negatively charged particle that's found outside the nucleus is--
What is the atomic number of lithium?
Increasing air restistance-
Newton's 1st law of motion says an object will stay in motion unless an ________________ force acts on it.
f= m x a represents which law of motion?
Energy levels in an atom hold--
Which example represents a chemical change?
A graduated cylinder measures--
_______________ is the method of narration.
_______________ is when the narrator is a character in the story.
________________ is when the narrator is outside the story and only knows the main character's inner thoughts and feelings.
__________________ is when the narrator is outside the story and knows everything.
____________________ is when the narrator is outside of the story and only knows one characters thoughts or feelings.
________________ is when the narrator is outside of the story but does not know the inner thoughts. They only know actions.
A(n) ______________ is a model image, personage, or theme that recurs in stories and myths throughout history or literature (example: mother figure).
A __________________ is a state of perplexity or uncertainty, especially as to what to do (right or wrong).
A _____________ is the central or universal idea of a piece of fiction or the main idea of a nonfiction essay.
_______________________ are ineffective because they are used too much in writing.
______________ is the essential series of events that happen in a story.
_____________________ contains all of the plot elements in chronological order.
________________ is the beginning of the story where the character, setting, and conflict are introduced.
___________________ is the struggle between two opposing forces that drive the story forward.
____________________ is the conflict within the character himself.
____________________ is the conflict between the character and an outside force.
The ______________________ has events that develop the conflict and lead to the climax of the story. Tension Builds.
The _____________ is the point of highest tension in the story.
The ___________________ contains the events after the climax occurs that lead to the resolution of the conflict and the end of the story.
The _______________ is where all loose ends are wrapped up and questions are answered and secrets revealed.
What did teh Indus River Valley NOT have that the Nile and Tigris Euphrates did?
Area of fertile farmland
The writing of Ancient Egypt
The place of origin of a civilization or culture
Government led by religious leaders
What civilization developed a way to preserve the bodies of their dead into mummies
Egypt was located about what river?
What civilizations were known for well-planned streets, cities and sewers
What two early civilizations had a theocracy?
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a COVALENT bond where the ELECTRONS 'spend more time' with the atom having the greater number of PROTONS
a _____________ is the name of a compound that is only used for atoms that are bonding COVALENTLY.
A __________________ is a process that produces a chemical change.
The substances that form as a result of the reaction are called _________________.
When a positive ion and a negative ion are strongly attracted to each other, the result is a(n) _____________________.
The combination of chemical symbols and numbers that shows which elements are present in a compound and how many atoms of each element are present is called a(n)
When two identical atoms covalently bond, the molecule is called ________________.
A chemical reaction where thermal energy (heat) is going to be ABSORBED is called ______________________
The substances (atoms) that exist BEFORE the reaction begins are called ___________________.
A shorthand way of representing the reactants, products, and proportions (ratios) of each substance present in a chemical reaction is called ____________________
The 'magic number' for stability is
Drawing arrows showing electron transfer is part of _______________ bonding.
Polar covalent means _________
The national collegiate athletic association and the Professiona Golfers' Assoc. are examples of
one of the main differences between pro and amateur athletes is that for pros, the game is often
one characteristic of event marketing involves promotion and selling a(n)
promoting and selling an intangible product that is immediately consumed and connot be resold is a unique characteristic of _____________ marketing.
which of the folloing help create the excitement and enthusiasm that make the games what they are
which of the following is an example of marketing for the sport event
a characteristic of an event is that it is produced and consumed
which of the following marketing activities involves responsibility for a sport organization's licensing activities
which of the following marketing activities involves writing press releases and organizing news conferences
a person responsible for matching up corporations with events tha treach their target market is
you are marketing the new Lexus car that will be revealed in Detroit. You are in charge of advertising, which of the following would be your responsibility
most sport/event products are classified as
your high school's basketball team went to the state championship game last year, but didn't make the play-offs this year. This is an example of a(n) __________ sport/event product
Wrigley Field has earned a reputation as one of the best places to watch a MLB game. This is called brand _________
Programs, hot dogs, drinks, and souvenirs that fans buy during a sporting event are part of the total sports _____________
a baseball game broadcast on the radio is an example of
one of the primary reasons that people are motivated to attend arena football games is the
because the outcome of a match is uncertain, fans attending a sporting event are motivated by the game's ____________ value
Jacob started training for the Boston Marathon several months ago and was happy when he finished in record time. Jacob was motivated to run for personal growth, whch resulted in a(n)
Sarah goes to an exercise class twice a week at a local gym. She takes the class to maintain a healthy lifestyle and to be with friends. What motivate her to attend the exercise classes?
Entrepreneurs are curious about things that may affect their business. They are not afraid to ask questions or to conduct research in order to solve problems.
Entrepreneurs work until a job is done. They are determined to overcome problems and to pursue their goals in order to make their business successful.
It is essential that entrepreneurs be able to get along with others and enjoy meeting and talking to people.
Which of the following is the correct order of the steps in the entrepreneurial process?
The stage in the entrepreneurial process in which the entrepreneur plans the venture, creates a business plan, and identifies strategies to protect intellectual property.
During the Discovery stage of the entrepreneurial process, an entrepreneur might
The Grand Opening of a business would take place during which stage of the entrepreneurial process?
In order to start a business, an entrepreneur must ____.
A(n) ____ is a detailed proposal that describes a new business.
A ____ protects creative works such as literature, music, and art.
A(n) ____ is an individual who gives money to a company with the hope of making money later.
Which of the following components of a business plan presents plans for future expansion of the business?
An entrepreneur is an individual who undertakes the risk associated with creating, organizing, and owning a business.
Entrepreneurship is the process of starting and running a business.
Starting a business involves a considerable amount of risk.
The act of selling stock to the public by a corporation is known as resourcing.
A venture is a business undertaking involving risk.
A trademark is the exclusive right given to an inventor by the government to make use of an invention for a specific period of time.
Risk is the potential of losing something of value.
A successful entrepreneur is ____.
On what 2 charges did Axis leaders face trial after the war?
What European country was liberated by the Allies in March 1945?
Of all the camps built by the Germans, this was the BIGGEST camps because it was a death camp, concentration camp, and labor camp in one place.
What is the definition for Blitzkrieg?
In the BEGINNING of WWII, what 3 countries made up the Grand Alliance (Allies)?
Which one of the three following groups were NOT victims of the Holocaust?
Who was the third nation to join the Axis Powers?
Which of the following is one way Soviet women an important part of the war effort?
Why did General Tojo oppose female employment in Japan?
Under what policy did Great Britain and France allow Hitler to take the Sudetenland?
What was the “Turning Point” of WWII on the Pacific Front?
Why did the United States not enter the war until 1941?
What was the name of the city that was hit by the 1st atomic weapon? President Truman ordered the bomb to be dropped in the hopes of saving American lives and ending the war sooner.
Operation Overlord was the code name given to this day. The Operation Overlord took place on June 6,1944 when ALLIED troops stormed the beaches of Normandy, France to take control of France away from the Germans.
Who did Hitler see as the greatest threat to his Aryan Empire?
What was the name of the US Naval Base that was attacked by the Japanese on December 7, 1941?
Who was the leader of the Nazi SS Guard for Hitler?
What did the British develop to prepare for German air attacks?
What did the GERMANS call the decision to commit genocide to the Jews?
Where did Italy try to expand?
What is the bond called that connects water molecules; it goes from the + hydrogen end of one molecule to the negative end of another?
Which of the following water properties CANNOT be explained by hydrogen bonds?
The property of water due to the fact that water molecules are attracted to each other is called
The property of water that describes how water sticks to other objects is called
The leaves on the celery turned red because of this water property
The reason why the Earth has a mild climate is that this property of water allows the ocean's to stay the same temperature most of the time.
What does water do when it freezes, which is unusual?
What property of water allows fish to stay alive in lakes during the winter?
Why is water considered to be a universal solvent?
We did an experiment with pennies? What property of water was changed by the soapy water
What is the purpose of minutes?
Susan is the chairperson for the March of Dimes Committee, she will begin each meeting with a formal declaration that the meeting has officially begun. This declaration is nown as
After the FBLA meeting, what will the secretary prepare in order to record the discussions, decisions, and actions that occurred during the meeting?
When preparing minutes what is the line spacing of the body within each paragraph
Which section of the minutes is used to record the review of previous minutes by board members?
Which two documents have the most features in common?
Which type of correspondence might include a keyed signature line?
Which section of the minutes is used to record unresolved discussions from a previous meeting?
Thomas has decided to key an agenda for the FBLA meeting using a column format. What is recommended to guide the reader's eye and contro lthe left-to right flow of text
Spence plans to create a list of the topics that will be addressed during the conference call. Which document should he use?
What additional font formatting is appropriate for the report title below? Robert's Rules of Order
What are the headings that are keyed at the left margin, underlined, initials caps and followed by a double space?
Spence want to place the title, Staff Procedures for Office Document Processing at the top of each page of a document he is creating. What feature will he use?
Joshua found a great picture to use in his report. In order to use the picture without violating copyright laws what does he need to do?
the writer's name and class name should be used in the header of a report?
Which document will Scott prepae for all attendees at the Banker's Association meeting to list the accountant who is responsible for presenting each topic?
What line spacing should be used between numbered items on an agenda?
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In Egyptian theocracy the Pharaoh was seen as what?
What was the code of laws in ancient Babylon?
Why did the Sumerians develop a form of writing?
What resources led to the development of the early civilizations?
What two rivers surrounded the Sumer in Mesopotamia?
What was the form of writing developed by the Sumerians in Mesopotamia?
What did the Nile and Indus River Valley depend on to grow crops in fertile soil?
When a group of people share a way of life with similar beliefs and customs is called....
When culture spreads from one place to another is called...
What were the large architectural features built like step pyramids with a temple on top for the city-state's god.
Where did the three monotheistic religions begin?
Where did the religions of Hinduism and Buddhism begin?
What word means you believe in one god
What word means you believe in many gods?
Who was the founder of Buddhism?
Who is the founder of Islam
Which of the five major world religions is polytheistic?
What is the holy book of Judaism
What is the holy book of Hinduism
What relgion believes Jesus was an ordinary man and not the son of god?
What religion follows the Eightfold Path to end suffering and reach enlightenment
What religion has the Five Pillars of Faith, including the Hajj and Fasting?
What religion believes there are three parts to God? The Father, Son and Holy Spirit
What two resources were the most traded resources in Ghana?
How were Ghana, Mali, and Songhai alike?
Who was teh greatest leader of Mali who spread Islam and mad a pilgrimage to Mecca?
What is it called when countries depend on each other for goods and services?
What was the name of the trade routes that first linked China to Europe?
What types of ideas were traded along the silk road?
How did slavery in Africa begin in the 1500s?
What were Europeans looking for when they arrived in Africa?
What city developed as a center fro the trans-Saharan salt and gold trade
What Muslim explorer went on a Hajj to Mecca and then kept exploring for the next thirty years throughout Africa and the Middle East?
What is the type of energy that creates heat?
What is the correct energy transformation listed below if I have a flashlight that is on and is operated by a battery?
Coal is a type of _______.
Potential energy is energy that is
Renewable energy sources include:
Conduction, convection, and radiation are types of _____ energy.
Biomass is a type of ________ energy source.
Mrs. Cent is an acronym that represents ______
Fission is when the __________ break apart in nuclear energy
Fusion is when the nuclei ______ in nuclear energy.
Choose the best translation: She sneezed one time and coughed three times.
Choose the best translation: The doctor gave me an injection.
Choose the best translation: I became sick yesterday.
Yo _________ (ir) al consultorio.
El doctor ____________ (recetar) los medicamentos.
Anoche yo ___________ (tener) fiebre pero ahora no.
The ellos form of darse con in the preterit is...
Yo ____________ (llegar) tarde a la clínica.
Tú ___________ (perder) la receta.
Ellos ___________ (mentir) sobre sus síntomas.
Pret or Imp? We decided to give a party.
Pret or Imp? They finished the test.
Pret or Imp? We always visited grandma.
Pret or Imp? I wanted to call the office.
Pret or Imp? We lost the game.
Pret or Imp? She was young and nice.
Pret or Imp? When I was young, I liked to swim.
Pret or Imp? It was 2 o'clock.
Pret or Imp? I went to the beach
Pret or Imp? I began my homework.
What is the repetition of the same sounds at the begining of two or more adjacent words or stressed syllables (e.g., furrow followed free in Coleridge's The Rime of the Ancient Mariner)?
What is the term for two words or lines that end in the same sound?
What is the term for regular patterns that emphasize sound?
What is the basic rhythmic structure in verse, composed of stressed and unstressed syllables?
What is the term for a rhyme within the same line of verse (e.g., dreary and weary in Poe's The Raven: Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary.)?
What is the term for the use of words that sound like what they mean (e.g., buzz and purr)?
What is the pattern of rhyming lines (e.g., ABBA)?
What is the repetition of internal or ending consonant sounds close together?
What is the repetition of vowel sounds in words close together?
What is a repeating cadence/meter that enriches or emphasizes words, phrases, lines, and even whole verses of poems?
What is an intentional and extreme exaggeration for emphasis or effect (e.g., this book weighs a ton)?
What is a subtle comparison in which the author describes a person or thing using words that are not meant to be taken literally (e.g., time is a dressmaker specializing in alterations)?
What is a metaphor in which the comparison is carried through several lines or even the entire literary work?
What is the figurative language term in which non-human things or abstractions are represented as having human qualities (e.g., necessity is the mother of invention)?
What is a comparison of two things that are essentially different, usually using the words like or as?
What is the use of language to create mental images and sensory impressions called?
What is the intentional end of a line of poetry?
What is the group of words repeated at key intervals in poetry called?
What is a division of a poem composed of two or more lines characterized by meter, rhyme, and number of lines called?
When the position of words are in special place to create a shape, what is this called?
The periodic table is organized so chemists can easily see
On the periodic table, an element's atomic number is the number of ______________ in its nucleus.
Based on its location in the periodic table, which of the following is classified as a metal?
Most of the mass of an atom is determined by the number of ________.
Vertical columns in the periodic table are called ________.
Electrons are in a defined region of space close to the nucleus called ____.
Horizontal rows in the periodic table are called _____.
Elements are most similar with other elements that are ____.
The charge of an ion is defined as _____.
All atoms of the same element share the same number of _____.
Which of the following best describes electrons in the quantum mechanical model of the atom?
True or False: Most of an atom is filled with empty space.
The main reason that Persia's emperor Darius used the Royal Road was
What do we call a self governing city and its surrounding areas?
An example of exile was when the Chaldeans
The people who were most cruel when conquering and governing an empire were the
Which ruler created the first written set of laws to help him rule his empire?
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The things Bud had been carrying around in his suitcase weren't important anymore when he realized that
When he blew on the saxophone that the band gave him, Bud knew that squeaks and squawks were the sounds of
Sitting in Momma's room and looking at her picture, Bud said, Here we go again, Momma, only this time
What is the one thing Bud chooses to remember his mother by
What details leads Bud to infer that the man on the blue flyer might be his father?
Which of the following was not one of the things Bud had for the first time when he visited the home of Mr. Lewis's daughter?
Mrs. Sleet's husband got to travel all over the country becasue he worked as
Mr. Lewis said Herman E. Calloway was famous and he also mentioned
This  term  BEST  describes  prejudice  against  the  Jews.
Which  of  the  following  cities  are  the  cities  of  the  atomic  bomb  droppings?
All  of  the  following  were  tactics  used  by  the  Nazi's  against  the  Jews  EXCEPT:
Which  battle  is  considered  the  turning  point  for  the  war  on  the  eastern  front  in  the   Soviet  Union?
Which  country  invaded  Poland  at  the  same  time  as  Germany?
Which  event  of  World  War  II  marked  the  beginning  of  the  liberation  of  Western  Europe?
What  happened  on  September  1st,  1939  that  caused  Great  Britain   to  declare  war  on  Germany  starting  WWII?
What  viewpoint  of  Adolf  Hitler  allowed  the  German  people  to  believe  it  was  right  to  kill  Jews  and  other  ethnic  minorities  in  Europe?
Which naval  battle  resulted  in  a  victory  and  a  turning  point  for  the  United  States  troops  in   the  Pacific  Theater?
The  D-Day  invasion  was  directed  against  the  coastline  of —
What did the Anti-Federalists support?
People who believed business leaders in the late 1800s were serving the nation postively called the business leaders:
Which event is typically considered the beginning of the Great Depression?
The Founding Fathers believed in the philosophy of John Locke, which said some rights are guaranteed to people by nature. This is known as:
Which of the following is NOT one of the 3 branches of government:
The idea that one branch of government can limit or control the power of another branch is known as:
Which founding document announced the U.S. separation from Britain?
Another name for the word city is:
What is it called when we have 3 branches of government with each branch having their own distinct powers?
An addition or change made to the Constitution is known as a:
Which is not a way that substances can pass across a membrane?
Identify the one that is not passive transport
Which requires energy in the form of ATP?
Which is passive transport but requires proteins to cross the membrane?
Which brings large solid molecules into the cell?
Which brings already digested or liquid molecules into the cell?
Which is responsible for the movement of water?
Which requires specific shapes and receptors to be brought into the cell?
If a molecule travels down its concentration gradient, what direction does it go?
Which expels large materials from the cell?
If molecules are moving AGAINST their concentration gradient, which type of transport is it?
If molecules are moving DOWN or WITH their concentration gradient, what type of transport is it?
What is required to move molecules against their concentration gradients?
If the concentration of solutes are high and water is low, which type of solution is it?
If the concentration of solutes in a solution is low but water is high, what type of solution is it?
If the concentration of water and solute is equal, what type of solution is it?
If we place a cell in a solution and we see that the cell loses volume, what type of solution was the cell most likely placed in?
If we place a cell in a solution and we see that the cell gains volume, what type of solution was the cell most likely placed in?
If we place a cell in a solution and we see that the cell volume does not change, what type of solution was the cell most likely placed in?
Which of the following describes the fluid mosaic model?
The number of individuals of a single species per unit area is known as
The movement of individuals into an area is called
The range or area occupied by a population is its
Under ideal conditions and unlimited resources, a population will continue to grow in a pattern called
The maximum number of organisms of a particular species that can be supported by an environment is called
If a population grows larger than the carrying capacity of its environment, the
Density-independent limiting factors include
A limiting factor that depends on population size is called a
A factor that causes population growth to decrease is called a
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