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Monarch butterflies spend the winter in _________.
The caribou travel ________.
The caribou go back to the northern Arctic to have their babies because ____.
The barren-ground caribou move south because they want _______.
The barren-ground caribou most like to eat _____.
The Arctic tundra is located _______.
Some migrating animals find their way because they _______.
Henry wore blue ____ pants to school.
Can you think of someplace ____ we can visit?
The _____ dog barked at the stranger.
Anna brushes her ____ hair.
There is nothing ______ with asking a question.
It is ____ to say please and thank you.
There is something ___ about a sunrise.
A long trip from one place to another that is usually over a long distance is a __.
A view across an area of land is called a _______.
A group of a particular type of animal that lives together is a ______.
Suffering or death that is caused by not having enough to eat is ______.
Something that has the power to attract iron or steel is _______.
Scientist who study animals to learn about their lives and behavior are ____.
Which of the following is not an environmental function of wetlands?
Swamps are commonly found on
The majority of marine organism are found in
As they flow down a mountain to flatter ground, rivers generally become
Which of the following statements is NOT correct?
The types of organisms found in a pond or lake depend on
In the ________ zone, life is diverse and abundant.
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Lost body parts can be replaced through a type of asexual reproduction called ____________.
Human eggs and sperm contain only ________ chromosomes each.
In _____________ reproduction, organisms are produced from only one parent.
Division of the nucleus that produces two nuclei with the same genetic information is called ___________
What is the main purpose of mitosis?
How many different bases make up DNA?
What are sperm and eggs?
Genes carry information that determines
In ____________ reproduction, a single parent has offspring that are genetically identical to the parent.
Making copies of organisms is called _____________.
This disease is transmitted by infected animals.
This disease is caused by the virus herpes varicella
the Epstein-Barr virus causes this infection.
the virus herpes zoster causes this disease
Being exposed or having this disease during pregnancy may lead to congential abnormalities.
Which term describes the role of the spleen in removing and destroying worn our RBCs
Which term describes any substance the body regards a foreign?
Which test is used to confirm a diagnosis of HIV?
Which form of immunity is obtained by an attack of an infectious disease?
The study of tumors and cancer is
Organisms adapt their _______ and _________ to meet their life needs.
Within a community, organisms are __________ on the survival of other organisms
What are the four things a habitat provides for a living thing?
A _______ is the function a living thing performs in the food web of its community.
The organization of a _______ depends on the niches within it and how they relate to each other.
No two types of organisms occupy the exact same ________ in a community.
Which one is an example of a structural adaptation?
Which one is an example of a behavioral adaptation?
Humans can have __________ impact on an ecosystem.
Organisms _______ to their environments in order to survive.
Organisms have ________, which are physical adaptation, that help them survive.
Organisms have ______, or certain types of activities they perform, which help them survive.
The greatest amount of energy in a community is in the ______. They get their energy directly from the sun.
The sun's energy cycles through a ecosystem from ______ through _________ and then back into the nutrient pool through ______.
During its life cycle, an organisms's role in the community, its niche, may change. This means:
Above the producers on the energy pyramid are two levels of _______.
Plants make food through a process called what?
What an animal ests, what eats it, and other relationships the animal has is a good description of a _______.
What is transferred when a consumer eats a producer?
A niche is the function that an organism performs in the __ of their community. A niche also includes everything else the organism ____ in its environment.
When assembling your portfolio for employment in your profession, which of the following should NOT be included in your portfolio
After you have been hired by a company and before you can be paid, you will have to complete a federal form that tells the employer how many deductions you will claim for taxes. What is the name of this form?
When seeking employment, you should
Who would you ask to write a letter of reference?
What is a resume?
When completing the past employment section on an application, in what order should jobs be listed?
What is the written statement from a person in authority who acts as an endorsement of your positive attributes?
A ____________is a collection of work representing education, self-development and career information
What color of pen should be used when filling out a job application
Which of the following does not belong in a portfolio?
What is the term given to an unpaid experience in which you observe and participate in a specific occupation?
Professional development activities assist students in making a smooth transition from education into the _________
How many applications should you ask for?
If you wanted to find out about welding you should?
Businesses ask which of the following questions to determine customer satisfaction
Time management skills are use for
The Professional Development Program defines two types of goals__________and __________.
Which term describes a person\'s income before any deductions
Which information should not be included on a resume?
Who decides ultimately whether you succeed or fail?
A group of people joined in a cooperative activity is defined as/an__________
One way to help you identify effective work skills and behaviors is to _____someone employed in your prospective occupation
A method of creating a lot of ideas in a short period of time and expanding your thinking is called?
An auditory learner
__________setting is an imortant factor in being successful
In goal setting, there are how many parts to the goal statement
There are _____positive behaviors to cope with stress
There are _______negative behaviors to cope with stress
A mentor should not be a / an
The two types of listening skills are
How often is an allogeneic donor eligible to donate whole blood?
Which of the following donors is NOT acceptable for an allogenic whole blood donation?
How long is the defferal period for a tattoo or skin piercing?
True or False - Only red blood cells need to be tracked from beginning to final disposition.
All of the following are types of autologous donations EXCEPT:
True of False - Directed donors must meet the same donor criteria as allogenic donors.
The donor collection process must include all of the following EXCEPT:
What is the minimum platelet count for a donor to donate an apheresis platelet?
Which of the following tests are NOT performed on all blood donations
When does lookback need to be performed?
Stress is not
In family-style dinners, the salt and pepper should be passed:
What is the accepted gratunity for good service in a restaurant?
Remember, you never get a second chance to make a ______________impression.
When representing SkillsUSA, your __________gives an important first impression.
Some behaviors that would not be directly related to cultural diversity are the
What term describes the forms and practices of correct behavior?
Taking hotel
When meeting a female for the first time in a business setting, you could
According to the Leadership Handbook, a public speech should be broken down into what three basic parts?
What is an important point to remember when making a presentation?
Training in the opening and closing ceremonies develops:
Effective communication is
When giving a presentation, you should know
When preparing to give a presentation, you should
How many categories of motions are recognized by Roberts Rules of Order, Newly Revised?
To make a motion at a meeting, you must state your motion by saying:
When using parliamentary procedure during a regular meeting, the following can be used when taking a vote:
Which one is a false parliamentary procedure rule?
Who has the right to speak first on a motion?
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How old does a parent have to be to sign an Acknowledgement of Paternity (AOP) in Texas and have it be legally binding?
Once unmarried parents have signed an AOP ____________.
Disciplining a child is
The three elements of your Health Triangle are _________.
Which influence of health cannot be changed?
Abstinence can lead to ____________.
Pretty
Smart
Dark-haired
thin
athletic
daring
patient
Which of the following DOES NOT mean funny?
shy
old
disorganized
good-looking; handsome
Which of the following situations best describes the use of a renewable resource?
The ______ was not a direct result of the Industrial Revolution.
All of these fields of study contribute to environmental science except
Why is the world's loss of biodiversity a source of concern?
The Tragedy of The Commons describes the conflict between
Most of today's environmental problems began during which period in human history?
Listing both the merits and expenses involved in implementing a particular environmental solution is an example of a(n)
Hardin's 'Tragedy of Commons' essay address the conflicts associated with what environmental challenge?
The term 'biodiversity' refers to
How did the Himalaya Mountains form
What are wind and water erosion not likely to affect?
Which of the following are producers of oxygen?
The ozone layer is located in the?
Large- scale atmosphere phenomena caused by air that is constantly in motion is known as
The Richter scale best describes the
Which statement belongs to the Cell Theory
Which statement is NOT part of the Cell Theory but it's supported by it
Endocytosis is
Exocytosis is
Endocytosis in the cell can be compared
Exocytosis in the cell can be compared
Endocytosis and exocytosis are the same thing?
All cells need and use energy
Why would all cells need and use energy?
How is endocytosis different from exocytosis?
____ Causes air to be denser near Earth's surface.
Which of the following includes all of the water on or near earth's located
Where is most of the fresh water on Earth located?
Surface currents circulate in different directions, depending on the ________ in which they occur.
The energy in most ecosystems comes from
Organisms can adapt
Which of the following describes soil and temperature in the ecosystem?
Which of the following best describes a population?
Which of the following is not a biotic factor in an ecosystem?
If you visited a savanna, you would likely see...
Which of the following best describes a tropical rain forest?
Animals that live in the desert
Deserts are
The tundra
Biomes
Which of the following is an adaptation of coniferous trees in the taiga?
Adaptions demonstrated by plants in tropical rain forests include
The main factor that determines what type of plants grow in a biome is
You are walking through a forest that gets large amounts of rain, has high humidity, and has moderate temperatures year-around. Where might you be?
Adaptions of desert animals that help them survive in the hot, dry, desert often include
Whose army spent a winter at Valley Forge?
Where did the Mexican army defeat the Texan patriots?
What was the first battle of the War for Independence?
Where did the British surrender to the Americans in the War for Independence?
Who wrote our national anthem?
Who led the Texans in the fight for independence?
Who was the president of the Confederacy?
Who was a missionary to Oregon?
Who was a frontiersman and pioneer in the state of Kentucky?
What did Eli Whitney do?
What were Union soldiers also called in the Civil War?
Who wanted to preserve the Union during the Civil War?
What was the Monitor?
Who secured the Northwest Territory for the US?
Which Puritan preacher started the Great Awakening?
In #1, triangle PYA is congruent to triangle ______
In #2, triangle OES is congruent to triangle _____
What postulate or theorem can you use to prove the triangles in #3 congruent?
What postulate or theorem can you use to prove the triangles in #4 congruent?
What postulate or theorem can you use to prove the triangles in #5 congruent?
What postulate or theorem can you use to prove the triangles in #6 congruent?
What postulate or theorem can you use to prove the triangles in #7 congruent?
If triangle CEO is congruent to triangle HDF, what side corresponds to FH?
Find the value of x in problem #9.
In figure #10, name a pair of congruent triangles.
In figure #10, name the postulate or theorem that explains why there are congruent triangles.
In figure #11, name the triangles that are congruent.
In figure #11, name the postulate or theorem that explains why there are congruent triangles.
In figure #13, name the postulate or theorem that explains why there are congruent triangles.
In figure #14, name the postulate or theorem that explains why there are congruent triangles.
Sandy has 145 books. Jessica gaver her 18 book. How many books does Sandy have now?
There were 104 pears on the pear tree. Mary picked 57 of the pears. How many pears were left on the tree?
There are 40 kids at a birthday party. There are 4 tables. Write a sentence that tells how many kids can sit at each table.
Sandy grew 132 roses. Nancy grew 124 tulips. Marty grew 48 roses. How many roses were grown altogether?
Alexis used 54 pages to print 6 copies of her report. How many pages does each report have?
Patty and Carl went to the movies. Patty bought the two movie tickets for $7 each. Carl bought two buckets of popcorn at $5 each. How much more money did Patty spend than Carl?
Craig spent $25 buying $5 squirt guns. How much did each gun cost?
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If there is no second to a motion, the motion is
Which term listed is NOT a correct item for a business meeting agenda?
A basic rule of business meeting is:
Business meeting represent ______________in action.
_________________is a complete guide to Parliamentary Procedure.
A listing of Personalized Meeting events written in a logical sequence is called a/an:
Which officer is responsible for advising the President about the agenda during the meeting?
When a motion is made in a meeting, you
In a business meeting,
Three taps of the gavel means
How many taps of the gavel means to stand up?
In a business meeting, how many people preside at one time?
How many main motions may be on the floor at any one time?
Minutes are a record of:
As a committee member, you are responsible for:
Ways and Means, employment and social activities are elements of the ______________
The vice president's job includes the following:
The key to being a good ____________is being able to work with people and encourage them to work for the chapter's benefit
The Parliamentarian's duties include:
Which is not considered one of the SkillsUSA's standing committees.
What form of energy is produced and transmitted by vibrations?
Sound travels in ____.
The ________ of sound is the number of vibrations in a given amount of time.
The ______ of sound is the distance between compressions.
What is determined by the frequency of a vibrating object?
Which state of matter allows sound to travel the fastest?
Why does sound travel the slowest through gases?
How do musical instruments produce sound?
Sound must travel through _____.
Which unit measure the frequency of sound?
What is the shelf life for an ACD (Acid-Citrate-Dextrose) RBC unit?
What is the shelf life for a CPD AS-1 (Citrate-Phosphate-Dextrose Adsol) RBC unit?
The strorage temperature for RBCs is:
What is the storage temperature and outdate for platelets?
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Granulocytes have the following storage requirements:
Which of the following biochemical changes occur to RBCs during storage?
What is the wbc count QC criteria for leukoreduced RBCs?
What is the platelet count QC criteria for aphereisis platelets?
For plasma to be labeled as Fresh Frozen Plasma (FFP) it must be frozen within:
I believe in the american way of life is a part of:
Which Skills USA document says you will prepare myself by diligent study and ardent practice?
Which color of the skills USA emblem represents the individual?
Skills USA has two active divisions which are:
The current Skills USA theme is:
To honor and respect my vocation in such a way as to bring repute to myself is a part of the:
In what year was skills USA founded?
Preparing for leadership in the world of work is
What does the shield represent on the Skills USA emblem?
Which part of the Skills USA emblem represents the challenge of modern technololgy?
When did the organization\'s name change from Skills USA-VICA to Skills USA?
What is the Skills USA motto:
The words foster and create can be found in the:
The color blue represents the:
When setting up a meeting room, the skills USA emblem is placed on its easel facing the audience
The Missouri House of Delegates shall consist of 2 voting delegates from each chapter plus an additional delegate for each_______members or fraction thereof.
What is the highest degree that a person can receive in Skills USA
The purpose of Skills USA's National Program of Work is to
What part of the Skills USA emblem denotes the interdependence and cooperation of the individual working together with labor and management
The first of __________starts a new year for the Skills USA organization
The ____________represents the industrial society.
The Skills USA Championships will be held where this year?
The __________represent the individual
The United States is divided into __________Skills USA regions
Skills USA has how many I believes in it?
What is the most important element of the skills USA organization?
Skills USA week is always in what month?
The _________sets the pace for Skills USA
Who is Skills USA authorized representative for official merchandise?
How many applications should you ask for?
What does light transfer?
A prism is used to _______ light.
An object that allows some light to pass through it is called _____.
An object that allows no light to pass through it is called _______.
Light that bends is ________.
An object that allows all light to pass through it is called _____.
Light that bounces off another object is ________.
Light is different than sound because it does not need ________ to travel.
Light travels ______ than sound
What colors are represented in the white light we see?
What is the ability to do work?
What is the result of a force moving on an object through a distance?
What are the two states of energy?
Name three common forms of energy.
What word means the relationship of energy put out to accomplish work?
The resistance to motion created by two objects moving against each other describes what?
What is produced by friction?
Unless a force acts on them, objects in motion tend to ______.
Rubbing certain materials together produces _____.
What happens when static electricity is discharged in the atmosphere?
What is the layer of an aquifer that does not allow water to pass through it?
Which of the following is precipitation?
The water table is...
Water easily flows through...
Water become groundwater when...
The location where water runs off the land from higher locations to lower locations is called...
Which of the following is a permeable material?
Which of the following is an impermeable material?
The saturated zone is filled with...
Select an example of water pollution
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A group of organisms that are physically similar and can reproduce with each other to produce fertile offspring.
A single individual animal, plant, or single celled life form. The smallest unit of organization.
All the members of one species in a particular ecosystem.
All the different populations that live together in an ecosystem.
Count every organism one at a time. This is the only exact way to find population size, but also the most difficult.
Observing tracks of animals or signs that animals are in the ecosystem, but never actually seeing them. Not an exact way to determine population size.
Counting the number of organisms in a small area and then multiplying that number by the entire area of the ecosystem. This is a form of estimating population size.
A group of animals is captured, marked, and released back into the ecosystem. Then on another day animals are captured and the number of those that have marks help determine population size.
The number of individuals in a specific area. # of individuals divided by the area of the ecosystem.
The maximum number of individuals of a population that a particular environment can support over a period of time.
The ratio of births to the number of organisms in a population over a given time period.
The ratio of deaths to the number of organisms in a population over a given time period.
The movement of individuals into a population or ecosystem.
The movement of individuals out (exit) of a population or ecosystem.
Factors that can limit the growth of a population. Food, water, space, shelter and weather are good examples.
_____________ capture light images and convert them into electrical charges and then into digital data.
_____________ capture analog images, such as type or other line art, black-and-white or color film, and convert them into digital data.
___________ is how well one color overlaps another.
_____________ traps are performed by spreading the background under a darker foreground image.
_____________is a copy of a graphic image placed on a mechanical or in an electronic layout to indicate placement, but no used for reproduction.
_____________ is an imaging process that electronically reads typewritten or printed pages and saves the copy in its ASCII format.
_____________ is used in image manipulation, reducing the file size of an image by lowering the resolution.
________ which of the following is not a type of scanner.
____________ is a work flow protocol in which high-resolution images are stored on a server and low-resolution files link to them with corresponding names.
_____________ is an image manipulation tool that covers selected pixels with selected pixels from another area of the photograph.
Add the following fractions together: 1-1/2 + 3/4
_____________ protect certain areas of an image from being changed.
___________ traps are set up by building art with common colors.
Add the following fractions together: 1-1/2 +1-1/2
___________ traps are created by spreading the foreground over the background color.
________ a printed image extending to the trim edge of a sheet or page.
________the number of pixels making up a digital image.
______________is the use of geometrical primitives such as points, lines, curves, and shapes or polygons—all of which are based on mathematical expressions—to represent images in computer graphics
___________ a dot matrix data structure representing a generally rectangular grid of pixels, or points of color, viewable via a monitor, paper, or other display medium.
Which is not how content may be published digitally:
The power of appointing a judge belongs to the
The power of preparing a budget belongs to the __ branch
The _____ is the leader of the executive branch
What article established the executive branch?
The president is acting as chief diplomat when he
The president is acting as chief legislator when he
The president is acting as chief of state when he
The people of Virginia vote on a law.
The ______ holds executive powers in a city.
Who is hired by the local legislators?
Which group helps to carry out the laws?
Who makes the laws in a county?
Who is the chief executive of a city?
Who is hired by the city council?
Voters in every locality must elect the
Residents of a city elect members to the
Which of the following is NOT a requirement for president
What is amnesty?
I am = Yo ___________
We are = Nosotros ___________
They are = Ellos ___________
You (fam.) are = Tú ___________
You (form.) are = Usted ___________
She is = Ella ___________
I have = Yo ___________
You (fam.) have = Tú ___________
Pedro and I have = Pedro y yo ___________
They have = Ellos ___________
He has = Él ________________
They have = Ellos ___________
A mí _____________________
A ti ____________________
A nosotros __________________
A Elena ___________________
A ellos ______________________
A Eduardo y a mí _________________________
I listen to = Yo ___________
You (fam.) study = Tú ___________
What are the five elements of Plot?
What happens in the exposition?
What is foreshadowing?
What is cause and effect?
What is Theme?
What is characterization?
What is climax?
What is the resolution?
What is plot?
What must all stories include?
How does an author show the reader a character's personality or traits?
Which meaning explains appearance as Indirect Characterization?
What does Direct Characterization mean?
Which is an example of perceptual region?
The Amazon River Basin is considered a region, why?
What is GPS used for?
What is an example of a funtional region
Physical factors that help constitute a region
What is an area with one or more features that sets it apart from other areas?
What are factors that help identify a region?
When tectonic plates colide what forms?
Most people live where?
Are humans able to adapt to many different physical surroundings?
The agency responsible for enforcing laws that require both a child's parents to help support the child is the __________
A biological parent provides the ________ that caused the baby to be conceived.
When an unmarried father has a child, he automatically has which of the following legal rights and responsibilities?
The parents can sign an Acknowledgement of Paternity (AOP), which becomes a legal finding of paternity when it is filed, allowing the father's name to be put on __________.
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The breaking down of rocks due to rain, ice, wind, and plants is called...
The processes that form metamorphic rock are...
Pieces of rock are called...
Sedimentary rock is formed when...
The type of rock that forms from magma that is cooled and hardened is...
The type of rock that forms when sediments are eroded, deposited, compacted, and cemented is...
The type of rock that forms with heat and pressure is...
When rocks are melted, they become
The rock cycle...
Geologists study...
The circular motion within the asthenosphere are called:
The layer of the Earth that is made up of the crust and the uppermost layer of the mantle is called the...
How does the convection currents within the asthenosphere move?
What is the thickness of the crust/lithosphere?
The layer of the Earth where the lithospheric plates float on is called...
True or False: The asthenosphere is partial molten or melted rock?
The lithosphere is broken into large pieces called..
True or False: The lithosphere floats on the asthenosphere, which causes the lithosphere to move.
The layer below the lithosphere is...
If you used an apple to model the layers of the Earth, which part would represent the mantle?
What occurs at the Ring of Fire?
The theory of plate tectonics states...
Which of the following is the most likely location of earthquakes, mountains, volcanoes, and new land to occur?
Which of the following is an evidence of plate tectonics?
Which of the following happens when plates move at plate boundaries?
The place where two plates meet is called a...
Scientist believe that plate movement occurs because of convection currents in the:
What layers make up part of the Mantle?
Which of the following happen because of plate movement?
The tectonic plates are pieces of...
The outermost layer of the Earth is called the...
The layer of the Earth that is made up of the crust and the uppermost layer of the mantle is called the...
The layer of the Earth that is made up of solid nickel and iron is called the...
The layer of the Earth that is made up of magma is called...
The layer of the Earth where the lithospheric plates float on is called...
Which of the following layers of the Earth has the highest temperature?
The lithosphere is broken into large pieces called..
Scientists are able to collect evidence of the Earth's layers by...
The layer of the Earth that plants grow on...
The molten or melted rock that is located in the mantle is called...
When a meteorologist predicts the weather, this prediction is called -
Barometer is to air pressure as _________ is to wind speed.
A rain gauge would work best in which location?
What is the measure of the amount of heat in the atmosphere?
A weather vane would work best in which location?
Which of the following correctly refers to a person who gathers weather data by using a variety of instruments?
What tool measures wind speed?
What tool measures humidity?
What do barometers measure?
Which weather-related instrument would work best if placed at ground level in the shade?
A cloud that is thick and low to the ground is a -
The faster the air molecules move, the _______ the temperature
A high feathey cloud formed of ice crystals is called a-
What are the early signs of an approaching warm front?
What will the weather most likely be for an area that is experiencing low pressure and an approaching cold front?
What type of weather is usually associated with a very rapidly falling barometer?
In what direction do air masses usually move in the US?
The line where two air masses meet is called a-
During the spring, the Weather Channel shows a cold air mass pushing into a warm air mass. What weather condition will probably happen?
Which two things help predict where air masses will move.
What is the expected increase in Hgb when transfusing 1 RBC unit?
What is the expected increase in platelet count when transfusing 1 apheresis platelet?
Which of the following is an indication for transfusing FFP?
All of the following are true about a granulocyte recipient EXCEPT:
Factors to consider when selecting platelets for transfusion include all of the following EXCEPT:
All of the following must be on the label of an allogeneic blood component EXCEPT:
Autologous units must be labeled with the statement "For Autologous Use Only"
How often do you need to record the temperature for blood product refrigerators?
True or False: Alarm checks to test internal equipment monitors do NOT need to be performed.
If an equipment alarms which of the following MUST occur:
Modifications to blood products include all of the following EXCEPT:
True or False: A product modification in a closed system does not change the expiration date
What is the outdate of a washed RBC?
What is the outdate of a washed platelet?
What is the expiration time for cryoprecipitate after it has been thawed?
What is the expiration time for FFP after it has been thawed?
What is the expiration time for RBCs and Platelets after leukoreduction?
What is the expiration date after a RBC has been irradiated?
What is the acceptable transportation temperature for RBCs?
True or False: Platelets may be transported without agitation for up to 24 hours
Which number has a 9 in the ones place?
843,432 -17,814
Which product is between 550 and 600?
1/4 + 3/8 =
Sam spent $3.29 for an ice cream sundae and $0.98 for a drink. What is the total amount Sam spent for the ice cream sundae and drink?
34.6 - 2.82 =
Which best describes the difference 3,021 - 987?
65 x 28 =
Which 2 factors have a product of 925?
What is 24,539 rounded to the nearest thousand?
What does Fiction mean?
What is Science Fiction?
What are synonyms?
What is a homonym?
What is a fable?
What is nonfiction?
What is Historical Fiction?
What is an antonym?
What is an idiom?
What is a fantasy?
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During gas exchange, which substance move from the alveoli into the blood?
Which organ of the excretory system stores urine until the body is ready to eliminate it?
Which process takes place in the large intestine?
The function of white blood cells is to
The three regions that make up the brain include the cerebrum, cerebellum, and
The role of the respiratory system is to bring what substance into the body?
The process of removal of the body’s wastes is called
In which vessels are materials exchanged between the blood and the body cells?
How does the skin help regulate body temperature?
The height of an object above sea level is?
n a belt around the Earth near the equator are ______
North America, Australia, and New Zealand have what kind of forests?
Monkeys, snakes, and bats live in which layer of the rain forests?
What biome do Snowshoe hares live in?
What biome has short plants with shallow roots?
How are climates of a biome determined?
How much rain do tropical rain forests get a year?
What is the top layer of the rain forest?
What is a biome that is dominated by grasses and has very few trees?
What process involves muscle contraction that move food through the esophagus?
If a person’s pancreas does not produce enough insulin, the person has
What is the main function of the excretory system?
Which of the following is NOT a function of the digestive system?
Which component of blood carries oxygen to the body cells?
Blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart are called
What structure(s) enable(s) the small intestine to absorb large amounts of nutrients?
A cut in the skin can lead to an infection because
When blood flows into the right atrium from the body, it contains
A chemical that kills bacteria or slows their growth is called a (an)
The process in which your body breaks down food into small nutrient molecules is called
Which type of muscle is found only in the heart?
A dome-shaped muscle that plays an important role in breathing is the
The bones that form the backbone are called
Which of these heart structures prevents blood from flowing backward?
What substance coats and protects the inside of the stomach?
Which of the following is NOT a function of the skeleton?
An infectious disease is a disease that
Which type of muscle tires quickly during exercise?
How does skin protect the body from disease?
The actual mechanical advantage of a machine _______.
A rod attached to the center of a wheel is called:
This is the same as an inclined plane:
This force pulls us toward the center of the earth.
This is necessary to get something moving.
Pick the one that is not an example of a way objects move.
Which of these is a type of force?
Which is not a simple machine?
An example of a balanced force is
In physical science, a push or a pull is called a(n) _______.
When two equal forces act on the same object in opposite directions, the net force is ____.
Which of newtons laws would allow a passenger to fly right out of his seat if he didnt have a lap belt over him and the roller coaster suddenly stopped?
Your body bouncing back into your seat after hitting the lap bar is an example of which of Newtons Laws in action?
The amount of force of the passenger as he hits the lap bar is an example of which of Newtons Laws in action?
A simple machine is:
A seesaw is an example of a:
An example of an unbalanced force (net force) is
According to Newtons first law of motion, a moving object that is not acted on by an unbalanced force will
An ice skater at rest pushes against a sled at rest, causing both the skater and sled to move away from each other with different accelerations. This is an example best described by
A sled sliding on a flat, icy surface with a constant velocity is best described by
Excessive populations in an area to the point of overcrowding, depletion of natural resources, or environmental breakdown.
The changes that animals make to enable them to be better suited to live successfully in their ecosystem.
The behaviors and physical characteristics of species that allow them to live successfully in their ecosystem.
An organism's role, or how it makes its living in the ecosystem.
The struggle between organisms to survive in their habitat with limited resources.
An interaction in which one organism kills and eats another.
The organism that does the killing in predation
The organism that is killed in predation.
A symbiotic relationship in which both species benefit in the relationship.
A symbiotic relationship in which one species benefits and the other is neither helped or hurt by the relationship.
A symbiotic relationship in which one organism lives on or inside another organism and harms that organism.
The organism that benefits in parasitism, the organism that lives on or inside another organism. (Flea, Tick, Heartworm)
The organism that the parasite lives on or inside and is hurt in the relationship called parasitism.
A gradual and natural change in an ecosystem over a long period of time.
A series of changes that take place where no ecosystem has ever existed before. This happens where there is no existing soil (bare rock).
The first species to populate a new ecosystem in primary succession, usually these are lichens or some type of moss.
A series of changes that take place after a disturbance has happened in an ecosystem (forest fire, hurricane, tornado, drought, farming, logging, mining) There is existing soil already in place.
Scientists who study how all the biotic and abiotic factors in an ecosystem are related. These scientists study how organisms react to changes in their environment.
The pigment melanin in the skin functions to
A strong connective tissues that holds movable joints together is a
How do pairs of skeletal muscles work together?
Which of these is NOT a function of the cardiovascular system?
The process by which an organism’s internal environment is kept stable in spite of changes in the external environment is called
Messages are carried back and forth between the brain and other parts of the body by
Which organ system makes blood cells?
In what part of the body does most chemical digestion take place?
Which type of human body tissue can contract, or shorten?
Needed substances are carried to the body cells by
Divide the total distance traveled by the total time is how to calcualte
How does Newtons third law explain how a rocket takes off?
The tendancy of an object to resist any change of motionis known as _____.
The amount of matter in an object is called its____.
The greater the mass of an object,
The force of gravity of a person or object at the surface of a planet is known as?
A book is sitting on a dashboard of a car that is stopped at a traffic light. As the car starts to move forward, the book slides off the dashboard. Pick the most correct explanation.
According to Newtons third law of motion, when a hammer strikes and exerts a force on a nail, the nail
Pick the best example of newtons third law in action
Pick the best example of Newtons second law in action
Pick the best example of Newtons First Law in action
The variety or differences among living organisms within an ecosystem. The more diverse an ecosystem is the more stable it is.
The place where an organism lives and that provides the things the organism needs.
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I am a fossil that was formed when my bones were buried in sediments, the sediments slowly turned to rock over time, and my bones decomposed leaving a hole in the shape of them in the rock. Which type of fossil am I?
I am a fossil that formed when a hole in the shape of my bones left in rock was filled by minerals that turned in to rock, and the new rock was in the shape of my bones. Which type of fossil am I?
I am a fossil that formed when I was suddenly trapped between two layers of hardening rock. I decomposed too quickly to become an imprint but a carbon print of me was left behind. Which type of fossil am I?
I am a fossil that was formed when an animal walked through mud that was hardening into rock. As the rock hardened, the footprints were left behind. Which type of fossil am I?
I am a fossil that formed when a tree was immersed in a lake that was filled with minerals. The minerals filled empty spaces in the tree until the tree was turned to rock. Which type of fossil am I?
I am a fossil that formed when an insect was covered in tree sap that hardened in to rock. The insect was kept free from decomposition and millions of years later the insect was found perfectly kept inside the rock. Which type of fossil am I?
Complete the sentence. Fossils form ______________________.
Which of the following fossils could be an index fossil?
Which type of rock are fossils found in, for the most part?
What are fossils used for?
Children's seperation anxieties should be
Games appropriate for preschool age children usually
A constructive way of helping a chills calm down is to
Children who receive love and affection from caregivers
A benefit of allowing a three-year old to pour his/her own juice is
When children participate in motor activities
Gross motor activities should be included in a center schedule on a/an ________________ basis.
Skipping to music is a motor activity that could first be expected of children ____________years old.
As children grow, the first muscles to develop are the
Organizing objects according to size is
Preschool children learn best by
Children learn math concepts best through
Children first solve problems throught the process of
When a child has many toilet accidents at a child care center, it is best to
Caregivers encourage good attitudes toward eating when they
The caregiver's role at mealtime includes
Cereals, flour, and cornmeal should be stored
Children require an immunization against
Bleaches, detergents and other cleaners should be stored
If a child becomes ill while at the child care center, he/she should be
Emergency contact information on all children at the center should contain
Child care licensing is generally obtained from the ____________government
By including multicultual materials, teachers foster
Toys and materials not in use should be stores in a/an
A consistent routine
Long, open areas in a classroom invite children to
When using a planned lesson, the caregiver should
Music activities include
Reading, writing, listening, and speaking are all considered ________________skills.
An alternative form of communication that involves the use of a computer is
Which one of he following is a barrier to children with special needs?
Samples of children's artwork in a portfolio illustrate
To observe children effectively
A running record would be most appropriate for
The child first forms a concept of self in
A positive way to teach children about their community is to
A family's cultural background
Songs selected for preschool children should include those
Paper, paints, brushes, crayons, felt-tip markers, and glue should be
Four year olds' dramatic play focuses on
Which term describes the conversion of a solid directly to a gas without passing through the liquid state
Which of the following refers to the enrgy that is stored or released during a change of state of water
Air that has reached its water vapor capacity is siad to be
What is true about relative humididty
Which of the following refers to the temperature to which air would have to be cooled to reach saturation
When two temperatures read nearly the same of a psychromoter, you can conclude that
If the water vapor content of air remains constant, loweeingg air temperature causes a(n)
When air expands or contracts, what type of temperatures does it experience?
The wet adiabatic rate of cooling is less than the dry because
Which of the following occurs when air is compressed
Which of the following is not a process that lifts air
Cooling air acts as a barrier over which warmer, less dense air rises, in a process known as
Which of the following would not be associated with stable atmospheric conditions
Which of the following is not produced by condensation
Which cloud type is best described as sheets or layers that cover much or all of the sky
Which type of cloud is confined to the middle height range
A low cloud that blankets the sky and often generates precipitation is called a
Most fogs are the result of which of the following
Which type of precipitation consists of small clear to translucent ice particles
What type of cloud is associated with hail
Crete is the largest island of which of these countries?
The people of this city use canals to get from one place to another.
Which country is poliltically unstable and has seen many coalition governments?
Which of these countries is on the Balkan Peninsula?
The Pope who is head of the Roman Catholic church lives and works in which of these cities?
Hot, dry winds which blow across the Mediterranean Sea from Africa are called ______.
These people live in the Pyrenees, speak a language unlike any other, and want their independence from Spain.
This country is NOT on the Iberian Peninsula.
This island is triangle-shaped and is part of Italy.
Land is left unplanted every few years in ___________ farming.
Why did the rise of dictators cause concern in the 1930\\\\\\\'s
What event caused the United States to enter World War II?
Who were the Axis powers during World War II?
Which of the following best describes Executive Order #9066
Where did the largest sea invasion in world history take place?
What was the Manhattan Project?
How did the use of the atomic bombs impact the outcome of WWII?
Why did Great Britain and France declare war on Germany?
Which of the following decsribes an effect of WWII on the United States economy?
Which of the following does NOT describe a role of women during WWII?
What were concentration camps?
About how many Jews were murdered during the Holocaust?
How did WWII change life for many women and African Americans? Choose all that apply.
Why did President Truman decide to use the atomic bomb? Coose all that apply.
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Name the first president of the United States
Who wrote the Declaration of Independence?
Who wrote the first American Dictionary?
• South Africans formed the African National Congress (ANC) in order to
Which of the following statements is true regarding the Union of South Africa in 1910?
laws to enforce segregation in South Africa
• There were four racial classifications established under apartheid in South Africa. What was the impact of these classifications?
• He spent most of his life fighting apartheid in South Africa. He was a prominent member of the ANC. He was imprisoned for 27 years for protesting the laws of apartheid. He later became president of South Africa.
• What role did F.W. de Klerk have in South Africa's apartheid era?
• Why did apartheid in South Africa end during the 1990’s?
• Which of these men is best known for leading the movement to end apartheid in South Africa?
• The government of South Africa changed laws about land divisions after which political system ended?
• Which political party took power after the end of the apartheid government in South Africa?
• Seeks to unify African citizens • Tries to make African countries more independent • Believes Africans across the continent share common bonds and connections
• Which of these organizations evolved out of the Pan-Africa movement?
what is the impact of pan-africanism?
¿Con qué te cepillas los dientes?
¿Cuándo te duchas?
¿Cuándo te acostaste anoche?
Ask your friend what he ate for breakfast.
Ask your parents when they wake up.
¿Quién se maquilla?
¿Dónde cenaron Uds. anoche?
¿Que haces después de levantarte?
¿Quién se arregló más rápido esta mañana?
¿Qué usas para lavarte el pelo?
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dibujar
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hacer ejercicio
hacer la tarea
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jugar
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navegar por internet
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ver television
el centro comercial
el cine
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Belief in one God
Belief in many gods
An agreement or promise
To force someone out
Capital of the Israelite nation
Symbols invented by Phoenecians
A time of little food
He led the people to believe in one God
Laws that God gave the Israelites
A Jewish holiday
A Jewish religious leader
A place where Jewish people worship
The Jewish holy book
When collecting data during an experiment it is important to...
Which is the correct order of the planets from the Sun?
How do you see objects around you?
If the frequency of sound is low and slow, how is sound affected?
A simple machine that changes a downward force to an upward force is a...
The solar system is made up of...
The closest 4 planets to the Sun (in order) are...
Edward cannot remember what is the next step in the experiment he is conducting in the lab. Which Lab Safety rule should he follow?
Objects which are opaque...
How does light travel?
If you gently tap a glass with a metal spoon, which makes a higher pitched sound?
What force causes all objects to fall to Earth when they are thrown up in the air?
Why does Neptune have a longer year than all the other planets?
When you have completed a scientific inquiry, it is important that you...
Transparent objects...
How is pitch measured?
A _______ is used to split a log.
This object produce its own light in our solar system.
These planets are made of rock.
Shadows are blocked by _______ objects.
What function do the kidneys perform?
Spinal cord injuries can result in ________.
The joining of sperm and egg is called ___.
Suppose that you close a window because you notice that rain is falling. Your action is a(n) ____.
Organs of excretion that maintain homeostasis include the kidneys, lungs, skin, and ___.
Eggs are produced in the
Which excretory organ eliminates water and some chemical wastes in perspiration?
What is the name of the small flap of tissue that seals off the trachea during swallowing?
The brain and spinal cord make up the
Which parts of the respiratory system divide into smaller and smaller tubes in a pattern that resembles the branches of a tree?
Sperm is produced in the
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The country having cork as a major export is _____.
Greece's key industries are tourism and ___________.
The majority of Greek people practice which religion?
Spain and France are separated by which mountains?
What tiny country lies between Spain and France and is governed by Spain and Portugal?
This country's capital is Rome.
This island nation is independent and lies east of Greece.
This tiny country lies within the country of Italy.
What body of water lies south of Spain, Italy, and Greece?
Portugal's capital is _______.
Which of the following is NOT an example of a landform?
Which of the following is NOT a layer of the Earth?
How are the coastal plains and the Great Plains alike?
Which of the following is true about mountains?
What is a plateau?
Which of the following statements about Valleys is false?
The way rocks are broken down into smaller pieces is called...
Which is NOT a part of the process of ice cracking rock?
Erosion is...
Which of the following is true about Erosion?
An Earthquake is the shaking of the Earth\'s surface.
Earthquakes...
All volcanos are the same.
Dormant volcanos are...
Volcanos are types of mountains.
Floods occur when...
Floods...
One reason people DON'T want the dam built on the Yangtze River is...
Earthquakes are measured by...
A volcanist...
What is a star?
How are constellations used?
What is the definition of a light year?
How far is a light year?
What are stars held together by?
What is nuclear fusion
By what two methods does energy move through the layers of a star?
What is convection?
Describe radiation
How long does it take energy to move through the layers of stars?
When the energy is released from the star, what two things is it released as?
How fast is radiation and light released from the sun?
How fast is the speed of light?
What is the brightest star in our night sky?
What type of light does an optical telescope observe?
What type of signal does a radio telescope receive?
Which is hotter?
What are the two forces on stars?
What will cuase our sun to start to die?
What does supergiant stars form when they die?
What are two things that a supernova can form?
What is a black hole?
What element does the core of a supergiant star form?
What element does the core of our sun form?
What is a galaxy?
What are clusters?
What are superclusters?
What galaxy do we live in?
What is a spiral galaxy?
What is an elliptical galaxy?
What is an irregular galaxy?
What do many astronomers think is at the center of our galaxy?
What are quasars?
What do astronomers think quasars are the beginnings of?
Describe the structures of a quasar.
What are two ways that galaxies change over time?
If you observe a galaxy that is 4 million ly away, you are observing light that left that galaxy how long ago?
What will our sun form when it dies?
How many more years does our sun have to live?
What stage is our sun in now?
What is a symbiotic relationship?
What are the two symbiotic relationship?
What two organisms are involved in mycorrhizae?
What two organisms are involved in lichens?
What two things are contributed in a symbiotic relationship with fungi?
Which of the following is not a phylum of fungi?
What kingdom do fungi belong to?
Which of the following is not a common name of the phyla of fungi?
What are hyphae?
Which part of a fungus can you see growing above ground?
What is a mycelium?
What are saprobes?
How do fungi feed?
Which structure is used in feeding?
What structure do the ascomycetes use to reproduce?
What structure do the basidiomycetes use to reproduce?
What structure do the deuteromycetes use to reproduce?
What structure do the zygomycetes use to reproduce?
What is a unicellular fungus?
Fungi are eukaryotic or prokaryotic?
Preschool children learn about written language
Fingerplays are usually
If a child asks a question during storytelling, the caregiver should
The principal professional organization in the early childhood field is
The majority of staff/parent cammunication during the school year is
A parent may become actively involved in the program by
Following a situation where a child has behaved inappropriately, the caregiver's attitude and words should convey that she/he
The use of physical punishment by the staff of a child care center is
When two preschool children fight over a toy, it is a good idea to
Reading the expressions in children's eyes and faces is a/an
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Moseley rearranged the elements on the periodic table using the _____________
Alkali metals are in what Group of the Periodic Table?
Alkaline Earth metals are in what Group of the Periodic Table?
Halogens are in what Group of the Periodic Table?
Noble gases are in what Group of the Periodic Table?
The cost for a hotel room in San Antonio area can be found by using the equation y=10x + 35. What will be the cost for 1 night and 4 nights?
The cost for a hotel room in San Antonio area can be found by using the equation y=120x. What will be the cost for 2 night and 5 nights?
A graph contains a series of dots that increase at a constant rate of change. If you trace these dots they create a straight line. Which best describes the set of data described above?
A graph contains a series of dots that are scattered all over the place. If you trace these dots they do NOT create a straight line. In fact there is no pattern at all. Which best describes the set of data described above?
Find the value of x given two supplementary angles. Angle A is 2x degrees and Angle B is (3x-5) degrees.
Find the value of x given two supplementary angles. Angle A is 3x degrees and Angle B is (2x+50) degrees.
This set of numbers is a function.(3,12) (6,12) (9,8) (12,4)
A line passes through the points (-1,-7) and (1,-1). What is the slope of this line?
You rent a uhaul truck for an initial fee of $50 and a charge of $0.10 per mile. How much would you have to pay if you drove 246 miles to San Antonio and split the total cost with one friend?
Which equation represents a non-proportional relationship?
Angel runs 5 miles and increases her distance by two miles each week. Christy runs 3 miles and increases her distance by 4 miles each week. In how many weeks will Angel and Christy be running the same distance?
Make a table using the following sets of numbers. x = 2, 5, 8 and y= 40, 100. 160. Is this a linear relationship?
Make a table using the following sets of numbers. x = 4, 8, 12 and y= 30, 100. 140. Is this a linear relationship?
Eric runs 9 miles and increases his distance by 3 miles each week. Daisy runs 7 miles and increases his distance by 4 miles each week. In how many weeks will Jeremy and Tony be running the same distance?
Which layer is the thinnest?
Which layer is moving and causing the Earth's plates to move?
Which layer is what makes up the tectonic plates?
Which layer is the most dense?
List the layers in order from the outside in.
Which layer is the hottest?
Which layer is liquid metal?
Which layer is solid metal?
Which layer is a wannabe liquid - acts like solid and a liquid?
Which layers have convection occurring?
What is the Capital of Wisconsin?
Who is the current Governor of Wisconsin?
Who are the Village President of Hortonville and the Town Chairman of Greenville?
What is the head executive of a state government called?
What is the head executive of a city government called?
What INS form is used to apply to become a naturalized citizen?
Name one pupose for the United Nations
Which of the following is NOT a benefit of being a ciizen of the United States?
What is the most important right granted to US citizens?
Which of the following is NOT a right guaranteed by the 1st Amendment?
What is the introduction to the Constitution called?
Unequal food distribution leads to malnutrition and starvation despite adequate worldwide food production
Grains account for a little more than one-half of the food Calories produced yearly.
When a chemical manufacturing company develops a chemical, extensively tests it, discovers it to be unsafe, and never brings it to market, it is following the
Malathion is an insecticide that is fairly widely used in the United States, with a half-life in the environment of 1 day. If 100 grams of malathion are released into the environment, about how much will remain after 4 days?
The nuclear accident at Chernobyl in 1986 has provided scientists with data on the effects of radiation on humans. This study of radiation sickness and thyroid cancers would be best classified as a(n)
Human wastewater results in which of the following water-pollution problems? I. The organic matter decomposes and reduces dissolved oxygen levels. II. Decomposition of organic matter releases great quantities of nutrients. III. Pathogenic organisms a
What is the first step of treating wastewater at a municipal sewage treatment plant?
The United States legislation that empowers the EPA to establish maximum contaminant levels in drinking water is the
Natural sources of air pollution include all of the following except
The beneficial ozone is ____ and the dangerous ozone is ____.
Which of the following molecules is NOT considered a greenhouse gas?
Which of the following can be considered reasonable hypotheses to explain the recent trend in warming of surface temperatures globally? I. If greenhouse gas concentrations increase in the troposphere, then surface temperatures will increase. II. If t
Which of the following gases is the greatest overall contributor to the greenhouse effect?
Which gas is the most present in Earth's atmosphere?
In which layer of Earth's atmosphere does weather occur?
Which correct lists the four types of precipitation?
Which type of cloud looks like wispy feathers and indicates fair weather?
Which type of precipitation is a combination of liquid water and ice?
Which weather instrument measure wind speed?
Why do plants need nitrogen?
Which two gases do plants and animals give to each other?
Which planet has just the right combination and amount of gases to support life as we know it?
What is the greenhouse effect?
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