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A graph that shows an S-shaped curve that happens when a populations's resources become less available and the population growth slows down represents
What is the volume of the rectangle: length = 3 cm; width = 4 cm; height = 5 cm
Change the rational number to a decimal: -2 1/8
Change the decimal to a fraction: 0.7
Find the area of the triangle: base = 7 cm; height = 12 cm
What quadrant will you find (-4, 7)
Coordinate (-8, -12) is in which quadrant?
Find the volume of the rectangle: legth = 7 cm; width = 10 cm; height = 4 cm
What is the absolute value of |-23|
Chang the decimal to a fraction in simplest form: 0.14
Find the area of the triangle: base = 7 cm; height = 16 cm
Who defeated the Incas?
What is the moving of food, animals, goods, and diseases between the New and Old Words?
What three countries signed NAFTA?
What environmental issue is in Venezuela?
Who defeated the Aztecs?
Who led the independence movement in Mexico?
Who did the Europeans use as a labor source in Latin America?
What environmental issue can be found in Brazil?
Which is an example of a capital good?
What type of government can be found in Mexico?
Which of these does NOT contribute to physical weathering
Large rocks left behind by glaciers are known as
WHich of these contributes to the formation of sand dunes?
What happens next? 1) Glacier bottom melts. 2) Glacier begins to slide 3)...
rocks or gravel left by a glacier
a slow process that breaks rocks into smaller pieces
the carrying away of weathered pieces of rock
weathering that breaks down rock without changing the rock type
an unsorted mixture of debris dropped by a glacier
the bottom end of a glacier
features that form where glacial till builds up
The Midwest region has many lakes that were formed by
What river is known as the BIG MUDDY
Only the area near the _____ experiences lake effect weather.
What are landforms found in the Midwest
A plain covered by grasses is called a _______.
__________ soil is filled with vitamins and minerals that help plants grow
How many states are there in the Midwest Region?
Who explored the Wind Cave?
What are badlands?
We live in the Midwest region.
an atom that has gained or lost electrons
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The region of land that stretches between the Mediterranean Sea and the Persian Gulf is called the
Who built the Hanging Gardens of Babylon?
The purpose of tribute was to
Who created the world's first Empire?
Hammurabi's Code is
An area in the temperate continental climate
Oceans can affect the temperature of an area.
The climate characteristic of a small specific area
The zone found between the tropical and polar zones
The tropical zone can be found near the
The side of mountains that faces oncoming wind
The coldest climate region
The tropical grasslands are also know as
Permanently frozen soil found in the tundra
The number of major climate regions in the world
The downward side of mountains
Rain forests are found in this type of climate
The average year-after-year conditions of temperature, precipitation, winds, and clouds of an area
The place where no trees can grow
Temperature ____ as altidude increases.
A climate is considered ___ if the amount of precipitation that falls is less than the amount of water that could evaporate.
The Earth has seasons because
If the Northern Hemisphere is having winter, the Southern Hemosphere is having
The main factors that affect precipitation
The ice cap and tundra are
A pure substance made of two or more elements that are chemically combined
The ratio of compounds can vary
A soild solution of metal or nonmetal dissolved in a metal
A substance that can dissolve
A substance that has only one type of particle
If a spoonful of sugar is dissolved in a cup of water, the sugar is
A substance that can't be broken down into a simpler substance
Mixtures can be separated easier than compounds
Mixtures with properties between those of solutions and suspensions
A physical combination of two or more substances
The substance in which something dissolves
Mayonnaise is an example of a
The ability of a solute to dissolve in a solvent
To make something dissolve faster you could
A chemical property
A snow globe is an example of a
A measure of the amount of solute dissolved in a solvent
Table salt is a combination of
Helium, a gas, is ______ than air
Krypton, a gas, is ____ than air.
The Father of Genetics
The environment and health habits can affect traits
The pollination that involves one plant
Characteristics passed from parents to offspring
Scientists who study genetics
The pollination between two plants
The passing of traits from one generation to the next
Mendel studied the traits of
The trait that shows up in an offspring
The offspring of parents with two different types of the same trait
What type of rock forms from heat and pressure?
What type of rock forms near a volcano?
What type of rock usually has fossils in it?
What are the first 2 steps to forming sedimentary rock?
What type of crystals would a rock formed from magma have?
Why does a jellyfish not fossilize well?
Why is color the LEAST reliable property to identify a mineral?
Most rocks are made out of......
What is luster?
What is the density of a mineral with a mass of 10 g and a volume of 5 mL?
An offspring with two parents that have the same type of trait
Parents pass traits to their offspring during reproduction
This man developed many uses for peanuts
This man developed a whiter, larger potato
A trait that is hidden in the offspring
Mendel first experimented with a
Mendel lived in
Mendel's results from his first experiment
Mendel was curious about traits
The genes for pea plant flower color are either ____ or ____
The idea that geologic processes occurring now are the same as those in the past
a scientist who published Principle of Geology from 1830-1833?
what is the idea that geologic change happens suddenly?
Who was the scientist who outlined uniformitarianism in 1788?
What is a science that combines uniformitarianism and catastrophism?
Accord to uniformitarianism, how does geologic change happen?
Which of the following events would be a catastrophe?
What kind of scientist studies the history of plants and animals?
What does a paleobotanist study?
What is the study of past life using fossils?
how are rock layers arranged in the geologic column?
how does a geologist know that rock layers are undisturbed?
What is a fault?
what is the most common type of unconformity?
Which of the following are isotopes?
What does a scientist need to know to figure out the absolute age of a rock?
What is amber?
Which of the following is an example of mineral replacement?
Which of the following is an example of a trace fossil?
Which kind of temperatures will slow doen an organism's decay?
Which era ended with the largest mass extinction in Earth's history?
During which era did birds and small mammals begin to evolve?
Which era are we in now?
What does the rock and fossil record represent?
What is the largest division of geologic time?
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in what article would you find information about how to add amendments to the Constitution
In which article would you find information about how laws are made?
In which article would you find information about the Electoral College (Presidential Elections)
The first way the US Constitution can be amended is by a ____vote of both houses of_______
The second way the US Constitution can be amended is by a National Convention at the request of ____ of the ______
Why did the Anti-Federalists want a Bill of Rights added to the US Constitution before they would ratify it?
List the freedoms listed in the first amendment
which amendment prohibits the federal government from depriving any person of life, liberty or the pursuit of happiness with out due process?
At a most basic level, philosophy is often described as:
“A framework for thinking about educational issues and a guide for professional practice” best describes which of the following?
Which of the following best describes the role of philosophy in teacher professionalism?
Which of the following statements best describes the relationship between theory and philosophy?
The branch of philosophy that deals with questions of how we come to know what we know is:
The branch of philosophy that considers values and ethics is:
A teacher says, “I’m getting paid to help kids learn, and I’m not earning my salary if I don’t give it my very best,” is making a statement most closely related to:
Some schools strongly emphasize basic skills, such as reading, writing, math, and now, even computer literacy. The educational philosophy most closely associated with this emphasis is:
Which of the following statements best describes the primary difference between perennialism and essentialism?
The educational philosophy emphasizing curriculum that focuses on real-world problem solving and individual development best describes:
Which of the following is the most commonly voiced criticism of progressivism?
Of the following, the most commonly voiced criticism of social reconstructionism is:
A teacher has her seventh graders study the novel The Yearling because she believes students should examine moral dilemmas, since moral dilemmas have existed throughout history. This teacher's philosophy is most likely to be:
Davis Elementary School emphasizes reading, writing, math, and science, because, “If the kids get good in these areas, they have the tools needed to understand the world around them.” The philosophy of Davis is most likely grounded in:
Juan Chaves prefers problem-based learning in which students need to solve an ill-defined, real world problem over time. He provides only enough guidance to keep the students from going too far down blind alleys and wasting time. Juan’s philosophy is
A teacher has her students read Maya Angelou’s I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings because she wants them to increase their sensitivity to literature written by cultural minorities. This teacher’s goal is most likely grounded in:
The explanation and rationale you provide for your educational goals—what you want to accomplish in your classroom, will most strongly depend on:
Of the following, which is the decision most closely related to forming your own philosophy of education?
As you form your personal philosophy, which of the following statements best describes the personal philosophy that you will form? Your personal philosophy will:
As you begin the process of forming your own philosophy of education, which of the following best describes the first step you will take?
The historical period in American education that most contributed to the strong link between religion and education (which remains to today) was the:
Schooling during the colonial period was designed primarily for which of the following groups?
Which of the following is the most accurate description of the significance of the Massachusetts Act of 1647 (The “Old Deluder Satan Act”)?
Which of the following is most significant about the Colonial Period in helping us understand American education today?
Which of the following statements best describes the contribution of the Land Ordinance of 1785 to education in America?
Which of the following best describes the legal action that resulted in every state in the United States now having it’s own office of education?
Of the following, the two most significant contributions of the Early National Period (1775–1820) that remain today were:
Which of the following is the best description of the Common School Movement?
Which of the following statements best describes the contribution Horace Mann made to American education?
Which of the following best describes an important problem with tax support for public schools?
Of the Latin Grammar School, Franklin’s Academy, the English High School, and the comprehensive high school, which two are most alike?
Which of the following best describes faculty psychology?
Of the following, which event most led to the development of the American high school as we know it today?
The policy separate but equal in education was most prominently implemented in:
The fastest growing cultural minority group in the United States is:
The cultural minorities who have experienced the greatest success in American schools are:
“A federal compensatory education program targeting low income students in elementary and secondary schools” is most accurately labeled:
The Supreme Court decision that made the policy, “separate but equal” illegal was:
The legislation intended to eliminate gender discrimination in schools was:
Schools that attempt to attract and integrate cultural minority and white students through quality instruction or innovative programs are most accurately labeled:
From the perspective of meeting learning goals for students, which of the following is the most accurate definition of schools?
Which of the following is not included in the personnel of a school?
The person given the ultimate responsibility for a school’s operation is/are the:
Of the following, which group most strongly influences the quality of a school?
Support staff best describes which of the following?
You're a high school math teacher. Which of the following is NOT a required duty?
You’re a third-grade teacher. Which of the following is not one of your duties?
“What teachers teach and what students (hopefully) learn,” best describes:
Changes in the way students think and relate to their peers, caused by maturation and experience, are best described as:
One of your students is constantly disruptive in class. You've tried talking to him, detention, calling his parents and nothing has worked. You are at your wit's end. Of the following, who is the most appropriate person in the school to contact?
You want your students to identify subjects and verbs in sentences, so you plan to first teach the meaning of subjects, then the meaning of verbs, followed by having students identify them in sentences. Of the following what best describes your focus
Ann Peterson is teaching the same group of students in the fourth grade this year as she had in the third grade last year. This process is commonly described as:
Schools tend to be organized in “box-like” structures, with separate classrooms that open into long hallways. Of the following, which is the most commonly voiced criticism of this physical organization?
Of the following, which is most commonly emphasized in developmental early childhood programs?
Of the following, which is the best description of a comprehensive high school?
Which of the following best describes classes that allow students to earn college credit while still in high school?
Technical schools are designed to:
Of the following, which is the best definition of an “effective school?”
Of the following, which best describes the role of extracurricular activities in effective schools?
Research indicates that two factors related to school organization have a particularly negative effect on cultural minorities. These two factors are:
Energy for most chemical reactions in cells is supplied by which of the following molecules?
In which of the following ways are photosynthesis and cellular respiration alike?
The following equation describes which process? 6H20 + 6CO2 yields C6H12O6 + 6O2
What is a major difference between viruses and living things?
Which process do viruses share with living organisms?
Based on the method by which they get food, organisms are classified as autotrophs or heterotrophs. Which organism listed below is correctly paired with its metabolism?
What is the trait that viruses share with living things?
The number and location of bones of many fossil vertebrates are similar to those in living vertebrates. Most biologists would probably explain this fact on the basis of_________.
which process releases oxygen?
What two things is the modern system of classification based upon?
What is the function of glucose?
Why do plants absorb sunlight?
Which of the following provides the most conclusive evidence that organisms of two different species sharre a common ancestor?
Students research unicellular, prokaryotic organisms that live in harsh environments such as volcanic hot springs. Which of these groups are the students most likely researching?
Which of the following statements describe the nucleic acids found in bacteria and viruses?
Which of the following characteristics do E-coli bacteria have that the flu viruses do not?
Where in a plant cell does photosynthesis occur?
What characteristic do fungi have that animals do not have?
Which of the following is not a data source used in classifying organisms
Where does respiration occur in a plant cell?
The vocalist of the band
Bud's favorite member of the band
Sitting in the Sweet Pea with Miss Thomas and the band, Bud felt he
During the laughter at the Sweet Pea, Bud
In Bud's room at Mr. Calloway's house, there were
Herman E. Calloway warned Bud not to go poking around
Mr. Calloway was
Bud's musician name
Gave Bud his musician nickname
How does Bud get his nickname Mr. Sleepy LaBone
Mr. Calloway
Miss Thomas asked Bud to be patient with Mr. Calloway because he
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What is the standard method that divides Earth's history into parts?
What is the death of a species?
What is the process in which minerals replace tissues?
What is a preserved remains or other evidence of an organism?
What is a mark or cavity?
What is a fossil from a specific time period?
What is a fossil formed by an animal's movement?
What is a mold filled with sediment?
What are unstable isotopes?
What is the process of figuring out how old an object is?
What is the most common method of absolute dating?
What is the time it takes for one-half of a radioactive sample to decay?
What is a missing layer of rock in a sequencing parallel rock layer?
What is the idea that younger rocks lie on top of older rocks?
What is a break in the geologic record?
In an ocean ecosystem, which of the following would be abiotic features?
Which of the following is the correct order from the smallest unit to the largest unit?
. If a plant, which grows low to the ground, requires a lot of sunlight to grow, a large sycamore tree creating shady canopy would a limiting factor for the plant on which of the following?
While observing a prairie, you noticed a grasshopper eating the grass and then a mouse eating the grasshopper. Later in the day, you observed the mouse being eaten by a snake. Which of these organisms is the secondary consumer in this food chain?
You are a responsible for determining an exact count of the bald eagles living along the Ohio River. The best way to determine the exact population size is by ______________.
The stork uses its saw-like bill to cut up the dead animals it eats. As a result, the dead animal carcass is accessible to some bees for food and egg laying. This is an example which symbiotic relationship?
The struggle between organisms to survive in a habitat with limited resources is called _____.
Which of the following is true of the carbon and oxygen cycle?
A rise in birth rate while the death rate remains the same will cause a population to
When two different species overlap in the same biological niche, they are
What role do decomposers play in an ecosystem?
Which of these organisms is a herbivore?
Primary succession almost always begins with . . .
When one group of species is replaced with others over time, it is called ...
On a rock outcrop that has never been home to living organisms, what is likely to be the first organism to grow there?
The first species to colonize a barren area is called a ...
Some pathogens cause disease by
An example of a pathogen is:
This type of disease is caused by pathogens
An example of a communicable disease is...
White blood cells engulf invaders. What does the term engulf mean?
Why would a T-cell mark an invader with an antibody?
Which of the following is NOT a way your body protects itself against disease?
A substance that can kill bacteria is a(n)
The immune system produces antibodies that
What causes you to not get a virus again for a very long time?
Anything that has mass and takes up space is called...
To calculate density, you need to...
There are __________ grams in one kilogram
The metric units for measuring volume are
If I have a meter-long piece of string, I could also say that the string is ________ long.
I measure weight with a ___________.
Which is larger, a 0.05 kg piece of gold or a 50 gram piece of gold?
Another name for the metric system is...
I have two jars of water, one large and one small. What is true about both of the containers of water?
Scientists use the __________ temperature scale.
What do Patents protect?
A patent is a license to use the invention and obtaining a patent guarantees the inventor can use the invention.
What are the three types of patents?
A utility patent has a term of ______ years from its earliest effective non provisional filing date, subject to the payment of maintenance fees at 3 1/2, 7 1/2 and 11 1/2 years after issue
a patentable invention
A patent is a grant by a government of the _________ _______ to make, sell, use, and sell, the patented invention
The U.S Supreme Court stated that patents can be _______________
The ability to enforce a patent begins well before patent issue
Limited patent protection typically begins upon publication of the application ________ months after filing
A design patent protects the _________ appearence of a product.
A design patent has a term of ____yrs from ________
A design patent is not subject to maintenance fees.
If there is ____ difference between the invention and the prior art, the invention is novel
Prior Art only includes anything that is located in the same geographical area of the item trying to get patented.
It is extremely important to file an application before any public use or offer for sale of the invention.
Disclosure to a third party can impact patentability and claim scope, particularly if is cannot be shown that the subject matter was obtained from the invemtor.
When working with others there is no need to use a confidential Disclosure agreement tailored to the situation, because they are you friends.
A obvious indicator is one that has a predictable solution to a known problem.
for an invention to patent the invention must be important and significant
There is no requirement that an invention be better than the prior art.
A substance that tastes sour and has a pH of less than 7 is a(n)...
A substance that tastes bitter and feels slippery and has a pH of more than 7 is a(n)...
If I combine the right amounts of acids and bases together, I will make...
The process of combining acids and bases together is called a(n)...
Lemon juice has a pH of around 4. It is a(n)
Water has a pH of 7. It is a(n)
Ammonia has a pH of about 11. It is a(n)
Acids are substances that release _____________ into solution.
Bases are substances that release _____________ into solution.
The pH scale ranges from ____ to _____.
Trademark owners are required by law to scour the Internet in an effort to find every improper use of their trademarks
The practice of registering another's trademark as a domain name with the intent to make a profit on it (perhaps by selling the domain name back to the true owner) is called what?
ABC Inc. is sending official looking e-mail notices to customers of Bank of America, using the bank's trademarked logo and asking customers to verify their account information. This practice is called _________________.
Registrations may be granted by the USPTO to foreign applicants even if those applicants have not used their marks in the United States.
Once a trademark registration is granted by a foreign country, the United States must also grant registration to the mark
Under the Community trademark system, use of a mark in any country is considered to be use in all member countries.
A foreign national who wishes to secure a U.S. trademark registration may rely on either a foreign application or a foreign registration as a basis for filing.
Because an application based on a foreign registration has already been examined by a foreign trademark office, the USPTO does not subject the application to a thorough examination.
Although a foreign applicant may file an application for registration with the USPTO based on an application in his or home country, the application must mature into a registration in the home country before the USPTO will issue a U.S. trademark reg.
Although a foreign applicant may file an application for registration with the USPTO based on an application in his or home country, the application must mature into a registration in the home country before the USPTO will issue a U.S. trademark reg.
A trademark registration issued under the Madrid Protocol lasts for _________________ years.
The Madrid Protocol and the Paris Convention are administered by _________________, an international organization.
The _________________is an international agreement that allows protection in more than 80 countries by the filing of a single trademark application.
_________________, an international agreement, precludes registration of marks for wines and spirits that contain misleading geographical indicators.
What do Patents protect?
What do trademarks protect?
What do copyrights protect?
What do trade secrets protect?
What is the term of copyrights?
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Los protistas semejantes a hongos
La penicilina es
La mayoría de los euglenoides causan problemas para los científicos que clasifican los organismos porque
Los virus
Dos de los protistas semejantes a plantas son
Los arqueobacterias
Un hongo filamentoso que a veces se encuentra creciendo sobre el pan es
Una enfermedad del piel causada por un hongo imperfecto es
¿Cuál de los siguientes no es uno de los reinos de los seres vivos?
¿Cuál de los siguientes es una diferencia entre virus y bacteria?
Los protistas que producen su propia alimentación a partir de la fotosíntesis son
La mayoría de las bacterias se reproducen mediante
Los _____________ fabrican su propio alimento.
Los __________ se alimentan de materia orgánica muerta.
Los hongos
¿Bacterias son qué tipo de célula?
¿Cual de los siguientes no es uno de los cuatro pasos del ciclo lítico?
¿Cual de los siguentes no es uno de los tres tipos de protista?
¿Cual de las sigueintes es una enfermedades causadas por protista?
¿Qué es un liquen (Se especifico) --que son los dos organismos?
Yo (bailar)
Usted (comprar)
Nosotros (ir)
Tú (poner)
Él (abrir)
Mi abuela (morir)
yo (esquiar)
Los alumnos (hacer)
La Sra Little (esculpir)
Nosotros (dibujar)
Tú (jugar)
este
esta
ese
esa
aquel
aquella
estos
estas
esos
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aquellos
Which type  of  political  philosophy  gave  rise  to  dictators  with  total  power,  who  denied  other  individuals  freedoms?
Winston  Churchill  was  to  Great  Britain  as  Joseph  Stalin  was  to —
The  policy  of  avoiding  involvement  in  the  affairs  of  other  countries  is
What  did  Hideki  Tojo,  Adolf  Hitler,  and  Benito  Mussolini  have  in  common?
What  caused  the  United  States  to  enter  World  War  II  in  December,  1941?
Germany,  Japan,  and  Italy  were  all  part  of  what?
By  the  end  of  1940  and  beginning  of  1941  in  an  attempt  to  help  Britain,  the  United  States  began  sending  it  supplies  through  the
What  did  the  United  States  government  encourage  women  to  do  when  the  United  States  entered  World  War  II?
All  of  the  following  were  conditions  in  Europe  following  WWI,  which  contributed  to  beginning  of  WWII  EXCEPT:
What  was  a  negative  result  of  World  War  II?
List the 3 main points of the Virginia Plan and give its author
List the 3 main points of the New Jersey Plan and give its author
What was the Great Compromise
Who proposed the Great Compromise?
How did the Great Compromise solve the issue of representation in Congress
What was the 3/5 Compromise
What were the three main problems faced at the Constitutional Convention
Identify the 3 main parts of the US Constitution
List the 6 purposes of government as stated in the Preamble
what was the purpose of the Preamble
what does establish justice mean?
Identify the 7 articles of the US Constitution (silly sentence)
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Suggestive terms are immediately protectable.
Which of the following is an example of a chemical change?
Which of the following is an example of a physical change?
An example of a physical property of matter would be...
An example of a chemical property of matter would be...
Which of the following is an example of a mixture?
Which of the following is a pure substance?
A mixture that looks like it is all one substance is called a(n)
_________ are formed when two or more elements combine together to make a pure substance.
A(n) _________ is the smallest unit of an element that still retains the properties of that element.
All matter on earth is made up of combinations of ~100 _________.
An invention has to be good or meritorious in order to be patented.
if there is ______ difference between the invention and the prior art, the chance of getting patint is ___ 0
An inventor is a person who contributes to the ______ of an invention as it is claimed.
In a joint inventorship, each person must contribute the same amount of effect towards the conception of the invention.
A person is not precluded from being a joint inventor simply because his or her contribution is experiemental.
A person does not lose status as a joint inventor just because he or she used the services, idea, or aid of others in perfectin the invention.
Joint inventors must communicate during the conception of the invention order to have joint inventorship/
a joint inventor is not free to make, use, or sell the invention without the permission of, and without accounting to (i.e ., paying), the other joint inventors.
If a non-employee is a co-inventor (vendor or customer ), then the Company loses exclusive control of the invention.
Always keep inventor documentation, even after patented.
A public disclosure of the invention usually starts a ________ clock for filing a U.S patent apllicaton.
A public disclosure of the invention does not bar a filling of non-U.S patent aapplications
plant patent is a patent on newly invented strains of asexually reproducing plants (excluding tuber propagated plants and wild uncultivated plants)
Reissuance patent
If you can mix two pictures up in a design infringement case it wll more than likely enough to win the case
There are _____ members as of June 2010 of the international convention
Paul filed a utility patent application on July 1, 2010, which was granted on March 15, 2012. When will the patent expire?
To be patentable, an invention must be ______to a person having ordinary skill in the art to which the invention pertains.
Generally, one cannot patent an insignificant or trivial alteration of something already known.
What is the first step of the scientific method?
Graphs, charts, and other numeric information are what form of data?
A scientist testing the effects of a chemical on apple yield sprays an orchard with the chemical. A second orchard does not receive the chemical. In the fall, the number of apples harvested from each forest is counted. What is the ind. variable?
According to Darwin’s theory of natural selection, individuals who survive are the ones best adapted for their environment. Their survival is due to the ______________________.
What is the relationship between genes and chromosomes?
The physical characteristics of an organism is known as the organism’s
Black is the dominant color of bunny's fur and white is the recessive. White can be expressed using what genotype combination?
The main function of a cell is to produce proteins. The organelle within the cell responsible for this, is the
Plant cells contain specialized organelles which are responsible for the process of photosynthesis. These organelles are known as
During sexual reproduction a sperm cell fertilizes an egg cell to produce a zygote which will become new offspring. Which of the following statements best describes how an offspring receives genetic information from two parents?
When two identical alleles for a trait are in an organism, the organism is said to be _____?
Cells which do not contain a nucleus to protect the DNA are known as _____________ cells.
If an object has a density 1.0 g/cm3 it will _______ in water.
All of one atom.
Atoms chemically bonded.
Items together in one space but not chemically bonded.
Water changing from a liquid to a solid is a ____________ change.
Water boils at _________ degrees Celsius.
The protons and neutrons in an atom are located in the ___________.
When determining the mass of an object we would use a __________.
Scientists use the _________ system because it is part of the SI or the international system of measures.
Who is the oldest?
What are the three ways heat is transferred?
Heat transfer caused by hot air or water rising and cold air or water sinking is...
Flat ironing your hair is an example of?
Wearing a hat on a cold day is an example of?
What is the shape of the Earth?
What happens to temperatures as you get farther away from the equator?
If it is summer in the Northern Hemisphere what season is it in the Southern Hemisphere?
If it is spring in the Southern Hemisphere what season is it in the Northern Hemisphere?
Which of the follow BEST describes why we have seasons?
The earth is tilted how many degrees?
Gross Domestic Product only examines half of the dollar value in all final goods/ services.
If an interest rate is high on a car loan, would the interest payment be low?
Medicare/ Medicaid are considered to be apart of the economic functions of government under the redistribution of income.
The federal budget consists of several categories, but national defense and social security are the highest.
The goal of economic freedom is the right to choose.
Different societies might utilize the same __________ in different ways.
Representation for selecting the best choice.
Wants that are considered to be anything other than a basic survival __________.
a tax for which the percentage of income paid in taxes remains the same for all income levels( example: 10% for everyone)
a tax for which the percentage of income paid in taxes decreases as income increases( example: a sales tax would take a higher percentage of lower income person’s money)
Business Cycle, highest point or period of prosperity.
Lowest point
Growth occurs or the GDP goes up.
Activity slows down or becomes smaller.
Government attempt to manage economy through taxing, spending, or borrowing
All the money that has been borrowed over the years, but has not been paid back.
Changing intervals that the economy goes through.
If a person chooses to buy a pair of shoes instead of a new jacket, what does the jacket represent in economic terms?
What is NOT a question every economic system must answer?
In the movie The Lorax, scarcity and opportunity cost where the only Economic concepts that were shown.
Buildings, tools, and computers are a part of what factor of production?
The four types of business are corporation, sole proprietorship, franchise, and what else?
A person who buys and uses goods and services
An example of a producer is a(n)
the quantity of a good or service that CONSUMERS are willing and able to buy.
the quantity of a good or service that BUSINESSES are willing and able to provide
Businesses offering very similar products to the same customers
Factors influencing demand are
The point where supply and demand are equal
As competition increases, prices
_________________ pay close attention to the needs and activities of consumers.
Consumers are made up of.....
Which type of question is knowledge level, fact-based question asked for clarification (ex., who, what, when, where, why, how)?
Which type of question may have more than one answer and requires that the answer be supported with evidence from the text (ex., What does this mean)?
Which type of questions asks for an opinion, a belief, or a point of view (ex., Do you agree or disagree)?
Which type of question is an open-ended question that is 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)?
What type of connection is between the text and something in your own life experience?
What type of connection is between the text and another story or text that you have read previously?
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Which term means the condition commonly known as hiccups?
1. Which particle type can be identified as being from a specific element?
Which of these phrase best describe atoms?
Sodium chloride (NaCl) is formed in a chemical reaction between sodium (Na) and chlorine (Cl (2). What is sodium chloride?
The particles in a container are in constant motion. The particles in which of these substances have the lowest amount of kinetic energy?
Appearance, texture, and density is classified as:
According to the Periodic Table of Elements, which set of elements have similar properties?
What is the only non-metal on the left side of the periodic table?
The elements in group 18 are commonly known as:
The Periodic Table of Elements organizes element according to their properties, of Group 1 - 6, which set of elements is the most similar in chemical behavior?
. A student studies four chemical in the laboratory, which chemical cannot be further broken down into other chemicals using ordinary laboratory processes?
In Haber Process, hydrogen (H (2), and nitrogen N (2), react to produce ammonia NH (3). This reaction releases heat. How does the reaction influence the mass of the reacting chemicals.
Juan Carlos placed 35 grams of ice into a dry 200 gram container. The top was tightly attached. When the ice was completely melted, the student massed the container with the liquid water. What mass of liquid water should be in the container?
Which of these shows a physical change?
Which calculation is used to determine acceleration?
In which state are molecules of a substance arranged in the most orderly fashion?
This is the person who leads a town or city.
Which one is NOT a part of the national government?
What is the name of a person who lives in a community?
What is an example of a symbol of the United States of America?
Which of these is NOT a function of the government?
What is freedom?
Who leads the state?
True or False: The U.S. Government has 3 parts.
What is a motto?
What does Congress do?
A reflection is a :
Square ABCD has vertices, A (-2,2), B(2,2), C (2,-2), D (-2,-2), What would be the coordinates of point A with a translation of 3 units to the left?
Square ABCD has vertices, A (-2,2), B(2,2), C (2,-2), D (-2,-2), What would be the coordinates of point B with a translation of 4 units to the right?
Square ABCD has vertices, A (-2,2), B(2,2), C (2,-2), D (-2,-2), What would be the coordinates of point C with a reflection across the X-axis?
Square ABCD has vertices, A (-2,2), B(2,2), C (2,-2), D (-2,-2), What would be the coordinates of point A with a 180 degrees rotation?
When a figure is reflected across the X-axis how does the length of the sides in the original (prime) figure compare to the length of sides in its image?
Triangle is dilated with a scale factor of 4 and the center of dilation is the origin. If the coordinates of the vertices of triangle ABC are A(4, 8), B(12, 8), C(16, 20), what are the coordinates of the vertices of the image after dilation?
With original (prime) coordinates of (2,2), (4.0), (3,5), (6.4) and coordinates of the image (3,-1), (5,-3), (4,2), (7,1)
Congruent polygons have the :
Which is not a rigid or congruent transformation?
Sectionalism means...
Pick one thing from the list that the South had more of than the North.
Why did the South call cotton 'King Cotton'?
Jobs that slaves would often have included all of the following EXCEPT:
What is one thing that most slaves were not allowed to do?
What is the most accurate definition of the Underground Railroad?
Who was called 'Moses' of the Underground Railroad?
What did it mean to say 'a load of potatoes is coming'?
What did an 'abolitionist' believe?
How was the Anti-Slavery viewpoint different from the Abolitionist perspective?
Pro-Slavery advocates might argue all of the following EXCEPT:
What famous book was written by Harriet Beecher Stowe?
What was the immediate result of the Kansas-Nebraska Act?
Which political party began as a result of trying to keep slavery out of the West?
Why did Preston Brooks beat up Charles Sumner?
Which of the following was NOT part of the court's decision in the Dred Scott case?
What was John Brown's goad in attacking Harper's Ferry?
What was the Middle Passage?
Who was the first leader of the Republican Party?
What did the Fugitive Slave Act make illegal?
Which of the following was not a result of the Lewis and Clark expedition?
Which of the following was a result of the War of 1812?
Thomas Jefferson was uneasy about purchasing the Louisiana Territory because
The Mississippi River was especially important to farmers because it
From which foreign nation did the United States purchase Louisiana
A tariff is a tax on exported goods
The Embargo act of 1807 opened up trade with Britain and France
The _____________ amendment passed as a result of the tie
During the War of 1812, Native Americans gained much territory
Lewis and Clark traveled west across the United States until they reached the Atlantic Ocean
A simple machine that might be thought of as an inclined plane that moves is a
One example of a compound machine is a
The ideal mechanical advantage for an inclined plane is equal to the length of the inclined plane divided by the
Which is the best scientific definition of a machine?
Power is measured in units called
The wedge, screw, and lever are all
A device that is twice as powerful as another can do ___________ the amount of work in the same time.
The force exerted by a machine is called the __________ force.
You do ___________ on an object when you lift it of the floor and onto a shelf.
A machine can never be 100% efficient because some work is lost due to
What 2 dynasties ruled during “the golden age” of ancient China?
What is one achievement of the Tang Dynasty
Which Chinese thinker believed that peace and stability could be brought to China if all people treated one another with respect?
Some important Chinese trade products were
The belief in many gods who are all different aspects of one supreme being is a part of the
What is one lasting result of the early Muslim invasions of India
Akbar realized that the best way to make his empire peaceful was to
What is one reason that Japan has such a distinctive culture
In 1192, Japan began a period of
Japanese warriors followed a strict set of rules called
When keying a document, how should the fingers be positioned on keyboarding?
After touching enter, the proper technique would be to:
The proper home row placement for your left hand is:
The proper home row placement for your right hand is:
Why is proper technique used when keying?
The right shift key is pressed by the:
The best method of keying a document is
The correct key-stroking technique to use is
The correct posture while keyboarding should be
The correct posture while keyboarding should be
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What type of connection is between the text and something that is occurring or has occurred in the world?
In drama, what reveals the setting, time, and place (partially revealed through costuming) of the play and helps create mood?
What is the story's main character known as?
What is the character who opposes the protagonist known as?
Demand
Law of Demand
Substitution Effect
Income Effect
Demand Schedule
Market Demand Schedule
Demand Curve
Ceteris Paribus
Normal Good
Inferior Good
Complements
Substitutes
Elasticity of Demand
Inelastic
Elastic
Unitary Elastic
Total Revenue
Supply
Law of Supply
Quantity Supplied
Soil that is rich in humas has high _____.
The most important factors indetermining the rate of weathering are
To describe a rock's texture , geologist determine ___
Earth's inner core is
A fossil formed when minerals replace all or part of an organism is called a
heat and pressure deep beneath Earth's surface can change any rock into
Igneous rock that formed from lava tha erupted onto Earth's surface is called
A river flowing across a wide flood plain begins to form a looplike bend called a
The growth of plant roots and animal activity may result in
A mineral is inorganic, which means that it contains
The most abundant intrusive rock in the crust
what term describes the management of soil to prevent its destruction
What is the name of the Windows Phone application manifest file?
Which of the following is not included in the Windosw PHone SDK?
Which command is used by the Windows Phone Capability Detection Tool?
You are creating an app for Windows Phone OS 7.0. Which tool can you use to test the application's capabilities?
Which API is used to simplify combined motion data?
Which sensor is available on all windows Phone devices?
Which of hte following properties is used when programming an app to display content in either portrait or landscape orientation?
Which API do you use to create apps that take photos, use flash mode, and use the shutter button?
Which OLED-related technique can you perform to conserve a Windows PHone device's energy?
Which term best describes the user interface (UI) style used by Windows PHone OS?
In a Visual Studio 2010 Express for Windows Phone, which term best describes the IDE element that displays a generic device called a phone skin, which you can use to design an application UI?
In visual Studio 2010 Express for Windows Phone, which of the following is pressed to create a release build of an application?
Which of the following is responsible for presenting data, such as currency and dates, in a format specific to a user's locale or culture?
Which .NET Framework technology enables you to create rich user interfaces that may include 2D graphics, 3D graphics, multimedia, and documents?
Which of the following are ways to optimize a mobile application?
Which of the following is not a common feature of a Metro style UI?
Which of the following is an aspect of asynchronous programming?
Which of the following is not an important concept in object-oriented programming?
What is not one of the three main components of MVVM?
What is the main purpose of the Windows Phone Performance Analysis tool?
Which of the following was developed by Microsoft and is used to create the user interface for mobile apps?
Which of the following is the compressed output file for applications created in the Visual Studio IDE?
You want to embed read-only data in the assemblies of your application. Which build action should you choose in Visual Studio?
You don't want to embed read-only data in the assemblies of your application. Which build action should you choose in Visual Studio?
Which of the following is a framework that can turn .NET code into an Open Data Protocol (OData) Web service?
Which of the following is atype of application that synchronizes a local database with a remote database when a connection is active, and then allows the user to work with the data offline?
Which of the following is not a valid way to save data to isolated storage?
The construct clietn = Internet Explorer 9 is an example of:
To access any wEb service from a Silverlight-based app, which of the following can you use?
To use a LINQ to SQL filter, which language can you use to write LINQ queries for conversion?
To use a LIN! to SQL filter, which langage can you use to write LINQ queries for conversion?
Which of the following is an event that enables a mobile device switch from cellular to Wi-Fi when a high-speed Wi-Fi network is available?
Which of the following is used to tag data in a Web services communication and deliver it to the client for parsing and display?
The construct using Microsoft.Phone.Net.NetworkInformation; is listed at the top of a MainPage.xaml file. What is this construct called?
Which method associates an HTTpNotificationChannel instance to tast notifications?
Which of the following commonly uses the UdpAnySourceMulticastChannel class?
Which of the following occur only when an application is running?
Which of the following is not an example of an activity associated with consumption of a Web service?
Which type of architecture splits an application into reusable layers so that they can be modified without having to change the entire application?
WCF is a framework for building and accessing Web services. What is an RIA?
A customer receives an alert at the top of her Windows Phone device screen when her prescription is ready to be picked up at the pharmacy. What is this type of notification?
C# and VB are examples of which of the following?
Which technology is the best choice for an event-drivien business application?
Which technology is the best choice for a 3D game that will include sprites and textures?
Which of the following languages is most similar to C#?
Which Windows Phone control displays Bing maps?
Which of the following uses a doctype declaration?
What does the X in XAML refer to?
Which of the following are most important to be shared and discussed with a customer at or near the beginning of an application development project?
Which of the following is used to enable user interactivity in an HTML5 document?
Which methods does the XNA framework use?
Which event is raised when a user presses the Start button or takes a phone call while an application is running?
Which of the following is not a requirement for a splash screen?
Which method accesses page data?
Which of the following can an application do when it's dormant?
Which of the following HTML5 features uses a fieldset tag?
Which gesture can be handled using a standard Silverlight mouse event?
Which event is raised repeatedly as a finger moves on the screen's surface?
When gathering location information, which of the following is likely to reduce battery life the fastest?
Which class is used primarily when navigating between pages in a Windows Phone application?
Which technology does THML5 canvas use to draw shapes?
Which technique can not be used to add a control to an application in the Visual Studio IDE?
Most button and selection controls derive from which of the following classes?
When populating a collection, which method is most commonly used?
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Which number below shows 2 hundreds LESS than 876
Which number below shows 8 tens more than 918
Peter went to the store to buy 24 cupcakes for his mother's 42nd birthday. 8 of them were chocolate. If he ate 4 of them on the way home, how many were NOT in his stomach?
Jonathan played a video game for 65 minutes. Which answer below is NOT an equal amount of time?
Which answer below shows 7 more tens than 1,716?
Samantha bought 72 rats at the pet shop to feed her pet python. 65 of the rats were brown. How many were NOT brown?
What is 567 rounded to the nearest hundred?
What is 63 rounded to the nearest tens place?
Caleb wanted to go to the Houston Rodeo this year to see Usher. He accidentally bought 23 tickets instead of 3 online. Oops! What is this number rounded to the nearest ten?
Which answer below is is order from least to greatest?
Cual grupo de numeros esta en orden de menor a mayor?
Cual grupo de numeros esta en orden de mayor a menor?
Samantha compro 24 galletas para la fiesta. 8 eran chocolate.Ella comio 4 caminando a su casa. Cuantas galletas NO estaban dentro de su estomago?
Cual respuesta de abajo es 2 decenas menos de 225?
Cual respuesta de abajo es 3 centenas mas de 176
David fue a la tienda y compro 56 golosinas. El comio 14 y se cayo 3 en la calle. Cuantas golosinas quedan?
Un nino, se llama Fulgencio, asistio la clase por 8 horas. Durmio 2 horas durante la clase de lectura. Cuantas horas NO durmio en el dia escolar?
Cual numero de abajo es mas grande de 315 pero menos de 601?
Timoteo ahorro $345 en su cuenta de ahorros en el banco. El pago $100 por su celular de CRICKET. Cuanto dinero todavia esta en su cuenta?
Cinthia miro la telenovela por 65 minutos. Cual respuesta de abajo NO es igual a 65 minutos?
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What is a fossil?
Which of the following is a trace fossil?
What type of rock are fossils found in?
One type of process that brings fossils to the Earth's surface is
Which of the following is an example of a body fossil?
The process of sediments building up to bury an organism
What are two types of fossils?
Pieces of rock and sand are called
Type of fault where plates move horizontally past each other
Type of fault where plates move vertically
Famous tar pits in California where many fossils have been found due to organisms getting stuck in the tar
Which parts of an organism are more likely to become fossilized?
Determining the relative age of a fossil can be done using what law?
Using the Law of Superposition, older fossils will be found
The Law of Superposition cannot always be used to determine the age of fossils because of
Type of method used to determine the accurate age of fossils
Process that breaks down rocks into smaller pieces
Process that washes away broken down rock particles
Change in life over time where organisms give rise to new organisms
What type of evolutionary evidence would studying DNA is preserved remains be?
Jashawn treats everyone with respect. He is always kind.
Emma helps Mrs. Baker and Ms. Estep pass out papers.
I love doing Math. I always try my best to meet my AM goals!
Ms. Estep loves it when I turn my homework in. She told me she jumps for joy!
Tanner learned about the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.
My parents work in a city, but I am glad I live in a small town.
Cedaria refused to pick up her clothes off the floor even though she had been asked several times. Her mom was becoming frustrated with Cedaria's actions.
Brianna went to the store to get decorations for her party. She asked Austin to help her get everything ready. Thankfully, he agreed
I found out I am going on a surprise field trip. I wonder where we could be going?
Haven missed school yesterday. I hope she comes back today!
What was the name of the island Napoleon was exiled to FIRST?
When a government spends more than it takes in from tax revenue, it is called _________ ___________.
France’s economy was based primarily on ______________.
In the end, what happened to Robespierre?
After Napoleon was exiled, what king took over France?
French revolutionaries stormed the _____________, which was used as a state prison and an armory for the French.
What remote Atlantic Ocean island was Napoleon finally exiled to?
Napoleon thought that invading _____________ was a good idea.
From the period of the Middle Ages until the creation of the French Republic, France’s population was divided into three orders or _________________________.
A group of women attacked the Palace of Versailles on October 5, 1789 over ____________ prices.
Find 12% of 36.
44 is what percent of 220
Find the area of the rectangle: length = 20cm and width = 15 cm
Find the area of the triangle: base = 8m and height = 3 m
Find the volume of the rectangular prism: length = 2km, width =8 km, heigth = 10 km
Which temperature is cooler?
What is an integer for the following: Two strokes below par in golf
Which is the decimal of the given rational number: -2 1/2
What is the absolute value: -|-12|
Joe owns stock that has dropped -$2.25. Jenny's has dropped -$3.18. Who has lost the most money?
Which of the following is NOT a method of political participation?
What was the Supreme Courts decision in Baker v. Carr?
Why is voting important?
Which of the following is NOT a requirement to vote
What did the 17th Amendment do?
What is the main function of political parties?
What is the final step when political parties nominate a candidate?
Which of the following phrases best summarizes the idea of popular sovereignty?
What do we call a person that only votes with members of their own party?
What is another word for the right to vote?
Which of these is usually under conscious control?
A person picks up a pencil, thus flexing the elbow. Contraction of the biceps brachii muscle during flexion is mainly
Contraction of the masseter muscle causes which action?
Plantar flexion
What causes movement of the body
What are the three types of muscles
What are the origin and insertion points?
Which combining form meanings movement?
Which type of muscle tissue makes possible movement of internal organs?
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Which of the following lets you locate controls in a specific location using x and y coordinates in pixels?
Which property is a character string that displays at the bottom of the back of a Tile and is 39 characters or less?
To ensure readability by a large audience, what is the minimum font size you should use in Windows Phone applications?
Which of the following is similar in concept to CSS?
The style properties of a theme include which of the following?
Which color can you not use as accent colors in a theme?
Which of the following is not true of design templates for Windows Phone 7?
Which of the following is included in an App Hub membership?
Which of the following is not a requirement for Marketplace acceptance of your app?
What is the maximum size of an XAP package Microsoft will accept for consideration for Marketplace submission?
After you submit an application to Microsoft for submission to the Marketplace, which of the following does Microsoft not handle?
After you submit an application to Microsoft for submission to the Marketplace, which of the following are you responsible for handling?
What is the required size of the Application Tile?
Which file holds all of the files needed for an app to run on a device?
Which of the following would result in a build error?
Which of the following is most likely to result in a runtime error?
Which of the following must you use to be able to deploy and test an app that interacts with media APIs to a physical device?
What is an independent variable
What is the dependent variable
What is the purpose?
Hypothesis
What is a constant
What is the control group
Experimental Groups
What is a conclusion?
Which of the following are examples of verification of results
What is an error
A DNA molecule is composed of
If one side of the DNA molecule has the bases G-T-T then the corresponding side would have the bases
What is one difference between mitotic cell division in plant and animal cells?
Structures that hold the chromatids together in a double stranded chromosome are known as
Each of the two daughter cells that result from mitotic cell division of the original parent contains
The process in which a cell makes an exact copy of its DNA is called
What happens during cytokinesis?
The stage in the cell cycle when the DNA is replicated is
Mitosis would produce which of the following cells?
How many daughter cells are produced during mitosis?
A train and a car are both traveling at 55 mph. Why is it easier to stop the car?
What happens when two forces act in the same direction?
Which type of vehicle will speed up more quickly?
A car and a bus are traveling down a road at the exact same speed. They both come to a stop light. Why does it take the bus longer to stop?
What is the force you have to overcome to start an object moving?
A trip takes approximately 2 hours and covers approximately 1900 km. Which of the following best describes the speed of the jet's flight?
If you know a car traveled 400 kilometers in 5 hours, what can you calculate?
If a bicyclist travels 30 kilometers in 2 hours, what would her average speed be?
If you know the distance an object has traveled in a certain amount of time, what can you determine?
A train that travels 100 km in 4 hours is traveling at what average speed?
If there is a horizontal line on a time-distance graph what does this show?
What type of graph shows the speed of an object?
To describe velocity you need to know
An object is in __________ when its distance from another object is changing.
A _____________ is a place or object used to determine if an object is in motion.
A NASCAR driver may travel over 160 miles per hour. This is known as their __________.
If there is a constant increasing slope on a time-distance graph what does this show?
Billy rides his bike at a speed of 5 miles per hour. It takes him 2 hours to get home. How far does he live from the gas station he went to?
What is the fertile, triangular-shaped land at the mouth of the Nile River?
Which of the following is a way that the Egyptians honored their gods?
Which of the following is true about the flow of the Nile River?
What were most people in the social class system of Ancient Egypt?
What is the process of preserving a dead body?
What made it possible for scholars to understand hieroglyphics?
Who was the greatest ruler of the New Kingdom of Egypt?
Who among the following was a regent?
What do you call someone who rules for someone who is too young to assume the duties of leader?
What is the fertile soil found at the bottom of a river called?
What is the title given to an Egyptian ruler?
Who was the king/pharoah who united Upper and Lower Egypt?
What are a series of rulers from the same family or ethnic group?
What are minerals from which you can produce metals?
What are the picturelike symbols that were used by the Egyptians to represent sounds and ideas in their language?
What do you call someone who crafts items by hand?
What color of land was most fertile in Ancient Egypt?
What was the nickname for Ancient Nubia?
What are the rock-filled rapids of the Nile River?
Which of the following is a historical kingdom of Ancient Egypt?
The Statue of Liberty is a ___ of freedom for many people.
In the United States, a ____ has a right to vote.
A ____ is a special way of doing things.
What do people who move to a new city have in common with people who move to a new country?
Why do people set up laws in their community?
How fo ethnic neighborhoods help people who move to this country?
What is similar between Haiti and the United States?
What made Emmanuel Leutz famous
What made Mary Antin famous
What is a word for relatives who lived in past times
The _______________ system breaks down food into simpler substances that can be used by the body.
The ________________ system consists of the nose, pharynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs.
The _________________system collects wastes produced by cells and removes the wastes from the body.
The female and male ______________ systems are the process by which living things produce new individuals of the same type.
The ______________ system consists of the heart, blood vessels, and blood.
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A model system in genetics includes
Portions of a chromosome that are coded with instructions to make proteins are
Principle of probability can be used to
An individual shows the dominant phenotype. How can you determine the possible genotype?
If a flower's alleles for height are (tt), what can we say about its parents?
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What is the title given to a Russian monarch?
Why did France decline in power?
What was the Catholic Organization in Spain that persecuted people for having false beliefs?
What is it called when you recieve something from someone who has died?
Which Spanish King thought he could convert England to the Catholic faith by marrying the queen?
What is the time period in which someone rules called?
What was the goal of Confucius's teachings?
What was an item that the Chinese wanted for trade on the Silk Road?
What is a group of people who carry out the work of the government?
Who was China's first emperor?
What is the main economy of the Ancient Chinese?
What is a type of money?
What is a family that has closely related family living in one household?
What was an important symbol of the Chinese that they compared to their rivers?
What is a system that grants jobs based on ability to do the job?
Who are local leaders of armed groups?
What was the first civilization of Ancient China?
Which dynasty built the Great Wall?
Which of the following rivers is China's longest?
Who was held in the highest regard in an Ancient Chinese family?
Who was a teacher and philosopher who influenced the Ancient Chinese?
What is the belief that Chinese leaders come to power because of fate?
What was an ancient trade route that ran from China to Europe?
What is a nickname for the Huang River?
What is a sediment found in China's rivers that makes the soil fertile?
Who compiled the first history of Ancient China?
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