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What is the correct order of the steps of interphase?
What is the name for the steps a cell goes through during its life?
Why do cells divide?
The last stage of the cell cycle
Which stage has 4 parts?
Which stage has 3 parts
The G in G1 and G2 of interphase stands for...
What is a structure that society uses to produce and distribute goods and services?
Which economic system has no government intervention?
Which economic system is based solely on government direction?
What is the selling of government property to individuals?
What is the money that a business keeps after all costs are paid for?
What is a transfer of goods, services, or ideas that someone makes willingly?
A business that uses resources in order to produce a product or service for sale is...
What are a set of programs designed to protect people who face economic hard times?
People in a traditional economy sometimes...
Who wrote The Wealth of Nations?
Which of the following is a chemical reaction?
When substances undergo chemical changes, a chemical reaction occurs and new substances are formed.
In a chemical reaction, the starting substances on the left side of the equation is called
In a chemical reaction, the ending substances on the right side of the equation is called
Rust is a combination of what two elements
An example of a physical change is
When a chemical reaction gives off heat after the reaction occurs, it is called
Which of the following shows that you a chemical reaction occured
What coefficent can be added to this equation to balance it? __NO2 + Cl2 = 2ClO2 + N2
What coefficent can be added to this equation to balance it? 3. N2 + __H2 -----------→ 2NH3
I am
we are
they have
she has
they are
you have
we have
he is
I have
you have
she is
you are
you are
Central/main idea
Connections
Comprehend
locate
compare
contrast
distinguish
suggest
Identify
Develop
Use of terracing is an example of a society’s
The development of which early civilization was influenced most directly by the Tigris River, the
Which geographic feature has helped isolate
Which geographic feature most directly influenced the development of Greek city-states?
Which geographic factor contributed to the rise of the Renaissance in Italian city-states?
Which geographic feature served as a barrier that protected ancient China and was used as an invasion route by the Aryans into ancient India?
The term monsoons can be defined as
A geographic similarity between Italy and India is that both of these countries are located
The Indus and Huang He (Yellow) rivers are both closely associated with
One reason that many historians study geography is to
A living thing is a(n)
The specific environment that provides the things an organism needs to live, grow, and reproduce.
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Grandma lit the _________on the birthday cake
Brady ride the________to school every morning.
piano, tuba and drums are all ________that musicians play
If you take first place in the Olympics you win a ________
_________bark, chew on bones and play fetch
_________like cheese, squeak and run from cats
Molly, Katie and Ali are going to the________to swim and build a sand castle
Compare means to
Contrast means to
A venn diagram can be use to
You can compare and contrast stories
You can compare and contrast books
You can compare more than 2 things
You can't contrast more than 2 things
Comparing and contrasting is a good skill to have
Venn Diagrams can be used for comparing and contrasting 3 things
Comparing and contrasting is only done in the 3rd grade
can+not
they+have
are+not
you+will
I + am
here + is
had+not
we + are
does + not
Contractions join two words together to make one shorter word that means the same thing
a group of letter placed before the root of a word
what is the prefix in the word dismiss
What is the prefix in the word nonfiction
What is the prefix in the word replay
Suffixes are added to the end of a word to make a new word
the suffix in happily is
the suffix in the fearless is
the suffix in the word wonderful is
the suffix in the word played is
the suffix in the word reader is
When a cube of sugar is placed into a beaker of water, the sugar molecules spread through the beaker by:
Diffusion and osmosis are examples of:
. Pinocytosis and phagocytosis are both examples of:
Molecules move in a straight line until they:
The extent to which a plant cell will swell is limited by the:
The process by which packaged proteins pass out of a cell is called:
Cells maintain homeostatis by:
Which of the following substances passes through the cell membrane through the process of osmosis?
The pouch formed during endocytosis is called a:
Which of the following is an example of osmosis?
. Which of the following is the solvent in living cells?
The loss of water from a cell can result in which of the following:
A cell is the smallest unit that can carry on all the processes of life.
Robert Hooke observed cork cells.
Anton van Leeuwenhoek concluded that all plants are composed of cells.
DNA is synthesized in the cell nucleus
The main difference between prokaryotes and eukaryotes is that one of them lacks a cell membrane
The nucleus of the cell contains mitochondria.
. Diffusion is the process by which molecules move from an area of lower concentration to an area of greater concentration.
Membranes are selectively permeable if they allow only certain substances to diffuse across them.
When the concentration of solutes outside the cell is equal to the concentration of solutes inside the cell, the cell solution is isotonic relative to its environment.
A cell with high turgor pressure is probably in a hypotonic environment.
. In active transport, energy is required to move a substance across a cell membrane.
The sodium-potassium pump moves sodium and potassium ions against the concentration gradient.
A concentration gradient is the difference in concentration of a substance across space.
Osmosis is diffusion of any substance through a membrane.
A person who is not shy and enjoys attention is this.
A king who takes the place of another king when he dies is called what?
An entrance ramp makes a building this for a handicapped person.
Hair lines can sometime do this.
In a presidential election, the loser will do this.
You shampoo before you dry your hair, therefore, shampooing ____the blow drying.
You do this to money if you are going to another country.
A purse, shoes or a bracelet would be considered these.
If something takes your mind of your worries, it is a ______
If you go ahead with your plans even if something got in the way, what did you do?
The maximum size to which a cell ma grow is limited mainly by he cell's:
Which structure directly controls the transport of materials in and out of a cell?
. In which of the following organelles is a cell’s ATP produced?
. The double membrane surrounding the nucleus is called the
. A tissue is a group of similar cell that share a common:
. Which structure is found in plant cells, but not animal cells?
Which of the following was first discovered by Robert Hooke?
. The semifluid material that fills most the cells outside the nucleus is called:
What is the general term for a cell that contains a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles?
What scientist first discovered that cells come only from other cells?
Which of the following scientists first determined that all plants are composed of cells?
Cell membranes are composed of how many layers?
. Which of the following occurs in pinocytosis?
To watch
seen
laughing
fly
to learn
running
was/were
being
cried
to write
What plant part is responsible for gathering water and nutrients from the soil?
What vascular tissue is used for transporting water and nutrients thoughout the plant?
What type of plant does not have the 'pipes' to transport material throughout the plant?
What is another name for a flowering plant?
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A group of organisms that are physically similar and can mate with each other and produce offspring that can also mate and produce offspring is a(n):
All the different populations that live together in an area is a(n):
The community of organisms that live in a particular area, along with their nonliving surroundings is called a(n):
A living part of an organism's habitat is:
List these terms in order from smallest level to largest: population, ecosystem, organism, community.
A prarie dog, a hawk, and a badger all are members of the same:
Which of the following are examples of abiotic factors in a prarie dog ecosystem?
Which of the following is NOT an example of a population?
communicate
receptionist
Non-verbal communication
Good impression
interview
benefits
Communication skills
Apply for a job
appearance
Bad impression
Most of Russia lies in the _____ latitudes.
Russia receives ______ heat.
Much of Russia lies _______ the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
In the south and east, ______ stop warm air from coming in.
Russia experiences 2 main seasons: winter and ________.
The northern ______ climate is always cold.
A permanently frozen layer of soil beneath the soil is called _______.
Smog is a think haze of
Factories send _____ into the air.
Many Russians suffer from ______ diseases.
More than half of Russia's people do not have safe ______.
Koliko ima dana u jednom tjednu?
Prvi dan u tjednu je:
Poslije petka slijedi
Dani odmora su subota i
Izbaci uljeza
Ako je danas utorak, jučer je bio
Danas je utorak, sutra ce biti
Prije petka je bio
Poslije nedjelje dolazi
Radni dani su
What edict made Martin Luther an outlaw?
What English king wanted to divorce his wife?
Who wrote the famous book, The Divine Comedy?
What famous artist created several madonnas and the School of Athens?
What does the word “renaissance” mean?
What was the name of the most popular book written by Niccolo Machiavelli?
Who was given the nickname, “Bloody Mary”?
Who started the Protestant Reformation?
The ________________________ of _______________________ unified the Roman Catholic Church and gave the Church a clear body of doctrine.
What class of people was more effected by the Italian Renaissance?
Which of the following was NOT one of the 6 professions Leonardo da Vinci had?
What does the word “secular” mean?
How many wives did Henry VIII have?
Which of the following words means, acceptance into Heaven?
Who painted the Sistine Chapel?
What is the meaning of the word 'Congress'?
What is the best way to describe 'Monarchy'?
What is a civilization?
What is the definition of 'justify'?
What is the best way to describe 'debate'?
What is the meaning of the word 'Congress'?
What is the best way to describe 'Monarchy'?
What is a civilization?
What is the definition of 'justify'?
What is the best way to describe 'debate'?
hablo
vivo
como
quiero
comer
me gusta
necesito
necesitar
vivir
hablar
How are angles formed
What is a line segment
Which of the following identifies four type of angles
Which best describes a right angle
Which best describes acute angles
Which best describes obtuse angles
an angle measuring 190 degrees may best be described as a
Which of the following best describe parallel lines
Which of the following best describe perpendicular lines
A complete circle measures
If the results from your experiment do not support your hypothesis, what should you do? You should:
Which of the following increases the reliability of a scientific explanation?
Which of the following questions can science NOT answer?
A hypothesis can be described as:
Which of the following is a form of the inclined plane?
What is a machine?
Which of the following causes the efficiency of a machine to be less than 100%?
What is a simple machine?
What is a force?
Net forces are ______________.
What does the Law of the Conservation of Energy state? Energy cannot be:
Religion that believes in one god
Religion that believes in more than one god
Ultimate understanding of nature
Place where people reach enlightenment and total peace
Belief that people could find peace if they reject greed
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Which of the following words is an antonym for clean?
Which of the following words is an antonym for stay?
Which of the following words is an antonym for quiet?
An antonym is the _________of a word.
A synonyms is a word that means _________as another word.
A synonym for center is ____________
An antonym for the above view is__________
I helped my mom _________ the boxes to the car.
My grandma _________ the candles on the birthday cake.
My brother is a __________soccer player.
________is your favorite flavor of ice cream?
________is the author of the book?
An ______________ draws the pictures for a story.
I ________ my dinner after my dance practice.
What is the story ________?
__________the ball to the catcher.
The puppy _________after the ball.
What dessert should you think of when thinking of author's purpose?
What does the p in pie stand for when talking about author's purpose?
What does the I in pie stand for when talking about author's purpose?
What does the e in P.I.E. stand for when talking about author's purpose?
Author's purpose is_________________
Commercials, advertisements and newspaper editorials are all examples of:
Textbooks, cookbooks, newspapers and directions are all examples of:
If an author is trying to make you laugh, their purpose is to:
If an author wants to change your mind about something or convince you about something then the author's purpose is to:
A poem about dinosaurs putting on a play is an example of
__________supports the main idea.
A main idea is what the story is all about
The main idea is the main focus of a text or passage.
The main idea links all the other ideas in a story or passage.
Details give more information about the main idea.
Details do not give more information about the main idea.
Details are important
Every story will have a main idea and details.
Being able to find the main idea will make you a better reader.
Main ideas and details are not important to understand
Sequence means to put things in ____________.
historic events, timelines, literary stories are all examples of what type of sequence?
directions are an example of
Which is in the correct sequence?
Which is in the correct sequence?
Which is the correct sequence?
which is in the correct sequence?
Which is in the correct sequence?
Instructions are an example of:
sequence means to
Non Fiction books:
autobiographies are
If you wrote a story about your friend's life, it would be a:
Usually contains a problem and a solution
talking animals or magical powers are examples of
a story that has a message and has been passed down by word of mouth is:
a genre that is written to inspire thought and contains stanzas is called
Information that is not real and is made up is called
Three types of fiction are:
a story that is made up using characters that aren't real, but takes place in a modern time and could happen is what type of genre?
Ohio is a state
Dogs are the best pets
Ice cream is cold
Winter is a season
Elephants are cute animals
Pizza is the best food for parties
The more you read, the better you will be at reading
Roller coasters are fun to ride
Soccer is a fun sport
School is fun
All poems rhyme
Haiku poems are a form of Japanese poetry
Free Verse poems don't rhyme
Poems contain stanzas and lines
All poems have rythym
Lyrical is a type of poem
Poetry is a genre
poetry doesn't express feelings and ideas
An acrostic poem has a word written vertically
All poems can be as short or long as you want.
person, place thing or idea
state of action or being
Usually ends in -ly
There are _____parts of speech
Adverbs modify a verb, adjective or other
dog, store, car, man, flower are all examples of
ran, jumped, are, is are all examples of
____________express emotion
tell what kind, which one, how many or how much
_____join words or groups together
sun:sky grass:
car:road plane:
hot:cold wet:
sun:day moon:
fish:water bird:
apple:fruit broccoli:
Bear: cave shark:
foot:shoe hand:
ear: listen eye:
hot: summer cold:
Keegan and Alex played a _______of Monopoly
Matt's _______keep his hands warm when he plays in the snow
cars. boats, trains and airplanes are all types of
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Priest of Buddhism religion
Holy Book of Buddhism
belief that after death the soul comes back as someone else
Good or bad behavior determines position in life
Freedom from the cycle of reincarnation in Hinduism
The spirit of gods believed in by the Shinto
a belief that social class is inherited
What is a characteristic that improves an individual's ability to survive and reproduce in a particular environment?
What is a group of organisms that are closely related and can mate to produce fertile offspring?
What is the process in which inherited characteristics within a population change over new generations such that new species sometimes arise?
What are trace remains of an organism that lived long ago, most commonly preserved in sedimentary rock?
What is the historical sequence of life indicated by fossils found in layers of the Earth's crust?
What is a genetically determined characteristic?
What is the process by which individuals that are better adapted to their environment survive and reproduce more successfully than less well adapted individuals do?
What is the period between the birth of one generation and the birth of the next generation?
What is the formation of a new species as a result of evolution?
What is the process by which humans breed other animals and plants for particular traits?
The Great Awakening of the 1700s
The American political system developed differently than the British political system because
During the French and Indian War, colonial forces were engaged in
For the English colonists in North America, the major problem with mercantile policy was that
The English colonization of North America
The Carolinas exhibited all of the following characteristics EXCEPT
The Quakers rejected all of the following religious and philosophic concepts EXCEPT
The colony of Georgia was founded as a
The longest and bloodiest war between whites and Indians in the 1600s was
Of the folowing settlements, the one that was NOT established by dissenters leaving the Massachusetts Bay Colony was
fixes
friends
flies
brushes
tries
crackers
stitches
rushes
marches
mixes
ladies
parties
talk
drawing
fault
claws
chalk
walking
straw
lawn
thaw
stalk
sauce
haunted
cause
Large molecules that are used to store genetic information in the nucleus of every cell.
Organic molecules that are used to supply energy to the body's cells. These compounds may be simple (sweet) or complex (starchy).
Large organic molecules that do not dissolve in water and are used to store energy in the body.
Compounds that are made up of amino acids, used in the body for repair and structure.
Enzymes are:
In cells, enzymes:
Which statement about enzymes is FALSE?
Catalase is an enzyme that:
Fats, oils, waxes, and steroids are examples of:
Which group of foods is high in carbohydrates?
In which cell organelle does respiration take place
Which of the following is a reactant in respiration?
What is a product of respiration?
What is the energy rich product of photosynthesis
If yeast was left for 24 hrs in a test tube with glucose and oxygen, what gas would be produced
Respiration occurs
Glucose is a building block of
Glucose is a __________ molecule
What is the formula for glucose
Energy found in ATP comes directly from
lunar
likelihood
impending
presumably
unpredictability
random
perilous
ascent
option
hovering
The organelle where photosynthesis occurs is the
If photosynthesis was interrupted, there would be an immediate effect on the release of
Eating a sweet potato provides energy for human processes. Which is the original source of that energy?
If a black paper was covering both sides of a leaf, which hypothesis would most likely be tested?
What are two reactants of photosynthesis?
The opening in the leaf for gas exchange is called the
The loss of water from the leaf is called
Regulates the size of the stomate
Products of photosynthesis are recycled in nature for for
Photosynthesis is done by
A skydiver jumps from a plane and begins falling to the ground.What is the verb in the sentence?
Which is the proper noun?
Prehaps that is what ails your Captain Cook. I am, therefore, shipping you, under separate cover, our penguin. You may keep her. There is just a chance that the birds may get on better together. What does the word ails mean in this passage?
Which sentence is written correctly?
Camp Fire is a group that helps young people. Everyone in the group learns by doing things. Sometimes these people camp and cook outside. They also help people and teach them to share and make friends. What is the main idea?
Usually, dogs aren't allowed in the Friendly Corners Trailer Park, but, Mr. Alfred made an _____________________for Winn-Dixie.
The cat acted suspiciously as the owner entered the room. What does suspicously mean in this sentence?
Do you eat breakfast every day? Reserachers have found that people who eat a balanced breakfast are likely to be healthier than those who don't. What does the word balanced mean in this sentence?
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Department stores report monthly to the state commerce office its total sales of goods and services. This information would be useful for which measurement of economic activities?
A cosmetic company purchased an automatic wrapping machine that wraps a pallet of boxes in 30 seconds.To complete the same task manually it would take an employee almost 3 mins.This information would be useful for which measure of economic activity?
Due to decreasing enrollment in a local school system, fewer teachers as employees are needed. As a result, over 100 teachers were released from their commitments. This information would be useful for which measurement of economic activities?
In a hypothetical economy, only 40 people were included and 15 pizzas were produced last year at $7 dollars each. This information would be useful for which measurement of economic activities?
When a government agency reports annually the total amount spent to pay employees, this information is useful for which measurement of economic activities?
If an economist researches annually the total value of homes built, this information would be useful for which measurement of economic activities?
GDP measures a country’s economic output during:
rights that every person is born with including life, liberty and property
the philosopher who supported teh idea of natural rights and social contract
something that is always true: like all people will age and eventually die
the splitting of government power into three branches: executive, judicial, and legislative
The idea that government's job is to protect teh natural rights of citizens and that if they do not, government can be overthrown in part of the
The form of government that John Locke thought was best was
The philosopher who believed that people are basically evil and we need absolute monarchy to keep us from destroying each other was
The philosopher who believed that we must separate the power of government into three branches to prevent the government from abusing its power was
The belief that a monarch's power comes from God is called
The upper class of colonial society were called the
1) Which of these separate the inside of the cell from the surrounding environment?
2) Which of these can be found in all living organisms?
3) Which organelle has a double membrane?
4) What process do ion channels use to move ions across the cell membrane?
5) Which of these terms refers to a membrane-bound structure found in eukaryotic cells?
6) ATP is the source of what type of energy?
7) Which of these statements is true for prokaryotic cells?
8) What is the structure of a phospholipid in the cell membrane?
9) Which of these cell parts provide structure and support to plants?
10) What is a nucleoid?
In 1689, King William and Queen Mary
The Zenger case helped established the right of
How did some colonists get around the Navigation Acts?
In colonial families, who usually handled childcare and domestic duties?
In colonial times, how did a young man often learn a trade?
Unlike the poor in Europe, lower-class colonists
Free African Americans in the colonies were allowed
How many enslaved Africans were taken to British North America?
What percent of enslaved Africans died or committed suicide during the Middle Passage?
Which of the following was a factor in the growth of southern slavery?
How do new cells arise?
Unlike plant cells, animal cells are able to move around because they lack rigid ________.
Which of these statements accurately describes mitochondria?
Which term describes the arrangement of phospholipids in the cell membrane?
What are the tiny living structures that make up all organisms?
What is one function of the cell membrane?
Which of these parts make up a eukaryotic cytoskeleton?
Which cells have a cytoskeleton?
Which of these is an example of an organelle?
Which structures transport ions across the cell membrane against their concentration gradient?
How many enslaved Africans were taken out of West Africa in the 300 years of the slave trade?
If the English colonies had not had so many plantations, it is likely that
Why did many standard contracts of indentured servants fail to mention the servants' wages?
How did the Magna Carta, the English Parliament, and the English Bill of Rights impact colonial government?
Both the Magna Carta and the English Bill of Rights
Which of the following is the main reason why colonial authorities wrote slave codes?
Which of the following led to the rise of many new churches in the colonies?
At around what age were colonial children expected to begin working?
Most women in colonial America were expected to marry men
Whose trial helped establish freedom of the press?
Which of the following colonies had a ban on Slavery until the 1750s?
Enslaved people experienced a brutal voyage across the Atlantic known as the
Unlike modern public schools, colonial public schools included instruction in
The legal rights that Englishmen had led the colonists to
The Magna Carta was the first document to
What was Monesquieu's contribution to the ideas about government?
What was the Great Awakening?
Who published the Pennsylvania Gazette?
Who was Phillis Wheatley?
What schools today would compare to Puritan grammar schools?
A resource that is limited and we can not make more of is called a
he mixture of smoke, fog, and chemicals is often referred to as ______________.
The main cause of air pollution is
________________ is a dangerous mineral to humans and can often cause problem if you eat too much fish that has lived in a contaminated area.
The main source of our drinking water is
What percentage of the earth is covered in freshwater?
The introduction of harmful materials into the environment is called
DDT is a dangerous ______________ that was used to kill bugs and was found to be harmful to animals and people.
The ____________ is a government agency that serves us by forming laws and regulations to protect the environment.
You can help to solve the problem of land pollution by reducing, reusing, and
Which dialog box allows you to specify how many columns and rows a new table will have?
Where is the command to insert a new table into a Word 2010 document?
Which two ribbons become available when a table is selected in a Word 2010 document?
Which ribbon contains the commands to apply preset table styles to a Word 2010 table?
Quick Parts may be created by selecting the Quick Parts Command on the _____ Ribbon.
_____ is the process of rearranging information in an alphabetical, numberical, or chronological order.
The quickest way to move from one cell to another in a table is to use the ___ key on the keyboard.
Combining two or more cells into one uses a Word feature called:
An arrangement of data made up of horizontal rows and vertical columns is called a:
Which sort order sorts text from the end to the beginning?
The first row of a table that is formatted differently than the rest of the table is called a:
__________ are rectangles that are formed when rows and columns intersect.
The Insert Table dialog box lets you create large tables by specifying up to ____ columns and thousands of rows.
Word provides the option to draw complex tables using the ______ command.
____________ are built-in preformatted tables, such as calendars and tabular lists to insert and use in your documents.
________________ add a professional appearance to the tables in your document.
The Table Tools Ribbon has two tabs: _____ and _____.
__________ formats the last row, which usually contains column totals.
________________ formats even columns differently than odd columns.
Word's ______________ command enables you to adjust column width to fit the size of table contents, the window, or to fit all content to a fixed column width.
Which if the following words is a synonym for happy
Which of the following words is a synonym for tired?
Which of the following words is a synonym for messy?
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Our democratic government is influenced by Ancient Greece.
When a hedgehog is scared, it rolls into a prickly ball. Which word is a describing word in this sentence?
girl
her
sir
fern
burn
girl
third
fur
term,
dirt
In what section would you find a book with the address FIC ORR?
On what shelf would you find a book with the address FIC LEW?
In what section would you find a book with the address B SWI?
In what section would you find a book with the address 133.1 LON?
On what shelf would you find a book with the address 630.5 KLI?
In what section would you find a book with the address 912 HAN?
On what shelf would you find a book with the address B JON?
On what shelf would you find a book with the address 428.9 NOR?
On what shelf would you find a book with the address FIC YOU?
On what shelf would you find a book with the address 796.3 ADA?
Is the group of words a simple sentence, a compound sentence, or a run-on sentence? I like chicken I hate broccoli.
Is the group of words a simple sentence, a compound sentence, or a run-on sentence? This is very hard that is much softer.
Is the group of words a simple sentence, a compound sentence, or a run-on sentence? Pearls are usually white they can be gray, pink, or yellow.
Is the group of words a simple sentence, a compound sentence, or a run-on sentence? Nathan entered a tennis tournament, won the championship, and took home the trophy.
Is the group of words a simple sentence, a compound sentence, or a run-on sentence? Jan went on a quiz show, won two hundred dollars, and bought gifts for her family.
Is the group of words a simple sentence, a compound sentence, or a run-on sentence? The storm has passed, games will resume now.
Is the group of words a simple sentence, a compound sentence, or a run-on sentence? The museum was crowded, but our group was able to see everything.
Is the group of words a simple sentence, a compound sentence, or a run-on sentence? My puppy is well-trained; he can sit and speak.
Is the group of words a simple sentence, a compound sentence, or a run-on sentence? The rain poured down, but we stayed warm and dry.
Is the group of words a simple sentence, a compound sentence, or a run-on sentence? The snow continued to fall, but we stayed inside and played games.
Which sentence is the correctly written simple sentence?
Which sentence is the correctly written simple sentence?
Which sentence is the correctly written simple sentence?
Which sentence is the correctly written simple sentence?
Which sentence is the correctly written simple sentence?
Which sentence is the correctly written compound sentence?
Which sentence is the correctly written compound sentence?
Which sentence is the correctly written compound sentence?
Which sentence is the correctly written compound sentence?
Which sentence is the correctly written compound sentence?
Serving or able to adapt; ability to transcend traditional ideas, rules, patterns, relationships, or the like to create new ideas.
Land which is fit for or cultivated by plowing: suitable for producing crops
Family, or group of related people
Country whose government allows little or no private ownership of property and has strong control over the economy and society as a whole.
Goods people buy to use for themselves, such as household products, clothing, and cars.
Line of rulers from the same family.
Steady growth in the productive capacity of the economy (and so a growth of national income).
Group of lands under one ruler.
In Confucianism, the important virtue and primary duty of respect, obedience, and care for one's parents and elderly family members.
A wall partially or completely covered with vegetation that includes a growing medium, such as soil.
the body of people who are at least 14 years old and are either employed or available for employment.
basic freedoms and rights, such as freedom of speech and freedom of assembly, that all people should have
something that comes or belongs to one by reason of birth; an inherited lot or portion
the total value of all goods and services produced domestically by a nation during a year. It is equivalent to gross national product minus net investment incomes from foreign nations
form of government in which the national and state governments share powers
traits, background, allegiance, or association
the condition of being different; an instance or a point of difference.
widespread cutting of forests
the proportion of deaths in a population that is often expressed as the number of individuals that die in a year per thousand individuals in the population at the beginning of the year
a leader in the Spanish conquest of America in the 16th century
the act or process of conquering (conquer – to get or gain by force of arms)
country whose government allows little or not private ownership of property and has strong control over the economy and society as a whole
process in which people, diseases, ideas, and trade were distributed around the world from the Americas
overseas territory or settlement tied to a parent country
establishing a colony in or on
low area surrounded by higher land
the death rate during the first year of life
The process of reading one gene to make an mRNA is called
Transcription occurs in the ________.
RNA has the nitrogen base uracil instead of
The end result of transcription is
Amino acids join together to create
What will the new RNA strand look like if the DNA strand reads ATTACG?
The adenine from a strand of DNA will pair with what molecule of RNA?
What is the job of RNA? a) To create proteins b)
The step in making a protein that follows transcription is _______.
Which enzyme (protein) is responsible for producing mRNA?
Which compound sentence is not correctly punctuated?
Which compound sentence is not correctly punctuated?
Which sentence is not a suitable correction for the run-on sentence? I have to find my bike in the morning it's my only transportation
Which sentence is not a suitable correction for the run-on sentence? North America contains six continental divides that separate watersheds the Asian continent has four.
Which sentence is not a suitable correction for the run-on sentence? My guitar sounds out of tune I think it needs a new string.
Why did the chicken cross the road?
Are you special?
What do you want to be when you grow up?
I am special because I'm me.
Are dogs gifted?
A plant with two dominate OR two recessive alleles is said to be
Each parent gives on set of these to the offspring
When on trait is not completely dominant
Which one of the following statements is NOT true
The entire genetic makeup of an organism
an organism's appearance
the mathematical chance that something will happen
A way to organize possible offspring combinations
Brown eyes are considered dominate
Blonde hair is considered dominant
The sun's nuclear explosions produce enormous amounts of which of the following?
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A plant with low turgor pressure
The break or crack, in Earth's surface along which movement occurs
A cylindrical sample that shows the layers of snow and ice that have built up over the years which is used to study earth's past climate and events
the process by which water, ice, wind or gravity moves weathered rock and soi
The actual age in years of an event or object
the study of Earth
the process by which the continents split apart from a single landmass
the location where two tectonic plates push together (volcanoes, mountains, islands)
the location where two tectonic plates pull apart (seafloor spreading, mid-ocean ridge)
the process that breaks down rock and other substances at Earth's surface
In undisturbed rock layers, the layer on the bottom is the oldest rock and the layer on top is the youngest rock (used to determine relative age)
The age of an event or object in relation to other events or objects
the continual change of rock from one kind to another
the type of rock formed when existing rock is exposed to high heat, high pressure or both.
the type of rock that is made of hardened sediment
the type of rock formed when melted rock cools and hardens
the location where two tectonic plates slide past each other (earthquakes)
preserved remains or traces of an organism
An excel ______________ is a spreadsheet that contains multiple worksheets
also called a sheet. These can be renamed. They are represented by individual tabs within a workbook
Microsoft Word is a spreadsheet program
cells that run horizontally across a spreadsheet. These are represented by numbers
cells that run vertically on a spreadsheet. These are represented by letters
A function that allows the user to insert varying info in form letters, envelopes, and other mass mail
formulas are used in which office program?
formulas always begin with what?
which of the following was our database for the mail merge project
A collection of info that can be sorted and selected quickly. These are organized into fields, records, and files
which of the following is not a step in a mail merge?
which of the following is a merge field?
what is the final step of a mail merge?
to rename a worksheet, you ...
to put a chart in an excel spreadsheet, which tab would you use?
which tab would you use to change the background of a chart?
if you are not able to move a chart or picture freely, what do you have to change?
to insert a header or footer in a document you can double click at the top or bottom of the page
a header appears at the top of every page of the document
preview results turns one letter into several different letters
Who was the Father of Modern Chemistry
Who was the astronomer who predicted the Comet
The first man to see a living cell
Capital city of England
Capital City of Ireland
Capital City of Scotland
Capital city of Northern Ireland
Father of Modern Chemistry
Best-loved and most widely used English translation of God's Word
When did the scholars complete the King James verion of the Bible
Who reigned during the English Reformation?
Who ruled after Queen Elizabeth I?
Who was the son of King James I and was even harder on Parliament, English liberties, and the Puritans?
Who ruled after the death of Oliver Cromwell's son and was the son of King Charles I?
The first modern explorer to reach North America?
Who was the daughter of Henry VIII?
Who was the first Englishman to sail around the world?
Who founded The Lost Colony at Roanoke ?
What was one of the greatest naval forces the world had ever seen
The years that followed the defeat of the Spanish Armada were called?
The seventeenth century was also called?
Who wanted to purify the Church of England
Who wanted to separate entirely from the Chruch of England
One groups pf Separatists that sailed for the New World from England became known as
Who discovered the law of gravity
A great poet who wrote Paradise Lost
A poor tinker who wrote the Pilgrim's Progress
Who devised the scientific method
Who wrote the first scientific book?
Who discovered the circulation of blood in the body?
Pattern of inheritance in which alleles from both parents are blended?
Pattern of inheritance in which both alleles of a gene are expressed
Sex of the person or other organism
Traits that are controlled by the sex chromosomes
An organism that has a recessive gene for a trait but does not show the trait
Chart that shows inheritence of certain traits over several generations
Disease caused by an inherited gene?
Change in a gene
Mating organisms to produce offspring with certain traits
Crossing plants with desirable traits
Two different kinds of organisms
Mating closely-related organisms
Methods used to produce new forms of DNA
Moving a section of DNA from the genes of one organism to the genes of another organism
Activities performed to define a new project or a new phase of an existing project.
The activities performed in order to establish the total scope of the project, define and refine the objectives, and develop the course of action that will be followed to achieve the objectives.
The activities performed to carry out and complete the work as defined in the project management plan.
The activities performed to track, review, and regulate the execution of the project; identify any areas in which changes to the plan are required; and initiate corresponding changes.
Preformed to finalize all activities from all other processes
Defines the boundaries of the project and what is outside those boundaries
Estimates the deadlines for delivery and includes bench-marking and milestones.
The amount of money that will be required to complete the project successfully and includes estimating, budgeting, and control.
Refers to the ability of a process or product to satisfy both stated and implied needs, with those needs being defined by the stakeholders.
The knowledge, skills, values, and attitudes of those working on the project. Involves acquiring, developing, and managing a project team.
A two-way process of reaching mutual understanding in which participants not only exchange information, but also create and share meaning.
A threat of a damage, liability, loss, or other negative occurrence that is caused by external or internal vulnerabilities. May be minimized or neutralized through preemptive action.
The way that businesses and organizations purchase or obtain goods or services. Procurement may involve specifications development, price negotiation, purchase orders, purchasing inventory control,
A temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service, or result.
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More companies are experiencing record high production and adding new employees. Also, wages and the rate of GDP are increasing significantly. Which phase of the business cycle does this report describe?
A report covering four quarters about the economy includes that more companies are experiencing less production and reducing the number of employees. Which phase of the business cycle does this report describe?
Mary is proud of saving over $43,000 in a bank. She knows that her saving money at the bank will provide funds for others to borrow money. This information would be useful for which measurement of economic activities?
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Which of the following happens during a nuclear reaction?
Heat and light from the sun travel to the Earth as which type of wave?
How much of the sun's energy does the Earth receive?
Which of the following allows the Earth's atmosphere to trap heat from the sun?
Which of the following would most likely happen without the Greenhouse Effect?
Why does the Earth's equator receive more heat from the sun than the poles?
On Earth which surface absorbs the most heat from the sun?
In which direction do all waves travel?
Which of the following wave types travels THROUGH the Earth?
Which of the following is the BEST definition of a wave?
Which of the following mediums will the energy of sound, water, or seismic waves NOT travel through?
Which of the following would create sound?
In which direction do all waves travel?
Which of the following wave types travels THROUGH the Earth?
The following is the BEST definition of a vibration.
A wave is the motion of a/an
Which of the following statements is a definition of matter?
A vibrating object gives off some of its energy to nearby particles causing them
Which of the following defines energy?
When a tuning fork is placed in water which type of rippled wave pattern is seen coming away from the tuning fork?
Waves hitting a beach leave ripples in the sand showing the energy transferred from the wave. What is this example of?
Earthquakes generate which of the following types of waves?
Which direction does the energy travel from the origin of an earthquake?
Seismic waves travel through the ground during an earthquake. Which of the following is NOT true about earthquakes?
The Huang He civilization settle by what river?
What type of religion was followed in the Indus civilization?
What type of government existed in the Huang He civilization?
What famous city existed in the Indus Valley civilization?
What was used to answer yes/no questions in the Huang He civilization?
What type of economy existed in both Indus and Huang He civilizations?
What type of writing existed in the Indus civilization?
What type of government existed in the Indus River Valley civilization?
Which civilization existed in China?
What accomplishment was NOT achieved in Mohenjo-Daro?
pulls objects toward one another
negatively charged particle
the sum of the protons and neutrons in an atom
particle of the nucleus with no electrical charge
a charged atom that forms when the numbers of electrons and protons are not equal
subatomic particle that has a positive charge
enables the neutron to change into a proton and an electron in certain unstable atoms
keeps the nucleus with two or more protons from flying apart
atom that has the same number of protons as other atoms or the same element do but that has a different number of neutrons
represents the sum of protons in the nucleus of an atom
The type of telescope that uses mirrors (improved by Newton)
The type of telescope using lenses (improved by Galileo)
Highest Energy form of light
Distance light travels in a year
Cosmic Background Radiation is heat leftover, and evidence of the _______________ theory
A Big Bang theory that shows distant objects are moving even faster away (expanding or red shifted)
A Big Bang theory that has dark matter that will cause the universe to collapse
The Hubble Space telescope uses special instruments ____________
The form of light that has the largest wavelength and lowest energy
The sun is 93,000,000 miles and since light travels 186,000 mile/sec it take light ______ to get to Earth
Which theory of the universe has the possibility of the universe restarting
Speed equals distance divided by
The steepness of a line on a graph is called
What is the SI unit for acceleration?
An object changing direction is an example of
Which of the following is an example of deceleration?
Velocity gives speed and
A straight line on a distance time graph indicates
Motion is measured relative to a
The speed of a bird that flies 10m in 5s is
A horizontal line on a speed time graph indicates that an object is
All religions believe in the concept of having one chief god, even if they are polytheistic
Which answer is NOT a reason that religions spread
Which religion does not believe in the same god as the other three
DIaspora led to the scattering of Jews throughout the world
Due to his healing miracles, Jesus is accepted as this
What is the largest practiced religion today
What is Islam's sacred city
In Buddhism,salvation is earned by eliminating
What is the goal of Hinduism
China's governing body is based on
Which geographic factor had a major influence on the development of both Egyptian and Babylonian civilizations
What accomplishments are associated with the Gupta Empire
One similarity between the ancient civilizations of Egypt and China is that they developed
The Pillars of Emporer Asoka and The Code of Hammurabi are most similar to the
During which period did the domestication of animals and the growing of crops first occur
Which civilization first developed a civil service system, invented gunpowder and made porcelain
Which statements most accurately describes how geography affected the growth of ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia
How did the introduction of agriculture affect early peoples
The caste system in India was characterized by
Which factor most influenced a person's social position in early Indian society
What is the reason for city-states in Ancient Greece
An eye for an eye is from
Respect for one's parents is called
There is no social mobility within this class structure
Torah and Diaspora are associated with this belief system
Who created the Hellenistic Civilization
Belief in one all and powerful God
What is the main goal of Christianity
The dense portion of some cells containing nucleic acids is called the
Which organelles are more numerous in more active cells than in less active cells?
A strucutre that is found in plant cells but not in animals cells is a
The first scientist to see animalcules, or tine living things, was
A change in an organism's environment that causes a reaction is called a(n)
The grain-line organelles on which proteins are made are called
The region between the cell membrane and the nucleus is called the
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Which river flows through India and Bangladesh to the Bay of Bengal?
Which river is the longest in China?
Which country is on a peninuslua?
What is the name of the Hindu Sacred text?
Where was the religion of Buddism founded?
What is the caste system?
What are the Five Pillars?
What is the Hindu belief in reincarnation?
Which is NOT a contributor to the air pollution problems in China?
Why are India's urban areas having such a problem with air pollution?
Why do so many of the people of India live in the Ganges River Valley
What is the Buddhist teaching that shows its followers the way to live their lives?
Ocan currents and typhoons have a major effect on which country's climate?
Why does South Korea have a greater population than North Korea?
Which best describes Vietnam's climate?
Hoover believed government should be active. How did FDR’s philosophy of government differ from the philosophies of Coolidge and Hoover?
Mrs. Roosevelt traveled the country talking with people. Which first lady took an active role communicating with the American people during the Great Depression?
Hoover didn't think there was anything to do to help people during the Depression. Which quotation sums up Herbert Hoover's view of the Great Depression in 1933?
Roosevelt wasn't afraid during the Depression. Which quotation sums up Franklin Roosevelt's view of the Great Depression in 1933?
Roosevelt tried to help the economy and people. In which areas did Franklin Roosevelt’s programs increase the power and role of the federal government?
The Works Program helped writers, artists etc. Which New Deal agency was designed to give work to writers, painters, musicians, and photographers?
Mrs. Roosevelt traveled the country talking with people. Which statement best describes the relationship between Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt?
Roosevelt continued his term after contracting Polio. Which statement about Franklin Roosevelt is not true?
Creating government agencies and insuring bank deposits helped the economy. Which New Deal initiatives were designed to help the economy recover from the Great Depression?
President Roosevelt had radio fireside chats to let the people know about the economy. Which statement accurately describes the purpose of President Roosevelt's fireside chats?
The idea that Americans had the right and duty to expand westward to the Pacific Ocean that became known as what?
The Louisiana Territory was purchased from what country in 1803?
As people moved west, Native Americans (American Indians) were pushed off their land. ____________ of 1830 led to the Trail of Tears where large numbers of Cherokee Native Americans died on their journey.
_______________ occurs when one culture influnces another culture.
Mercantilism was the idea that colonies should...
The colonists did not like paying taxes on things they needed and it made them angry. The colonists began to use the phrase, “No taxation without representation” and threw _______ overboard into the Boston Harbor to rebel against paying the taxes.
The Battle of Saratoga was known as a _________ event because it changed things and they would never be the same again.
The Articles of Confederation was the first plan to run the United States, but it was too weak, so the leaders wrote the ______________.
Problems with _____________ led to the War of 1812.
The reform movement that emphasized living in harmony with nature was known as ______________.
What immigrant population contributed to the construction of the railroad?
Native Americans (Indians) called black men in the US army ___________.
Over time, Chinese immigrants began to experience discrimination and violence directed at them. Eventually, a federal law was written that …. This act was the ________.
As people moved west, farms were developed on the Great Plains. The new settlers began began __________________ to sell crops and livestock.
Which of the following was one of the reasons Chief Joseph stopped his attempt to lead his people to Canada?
The US Government decided reservations caused problems, so they gave Native Americans land hoping they would learn to farm and adopt settler’s way of life. This effort was known as the _________.
The ______________ was a policy that said if European countries tried to settle or cause trouble in North or South America the United States would take action to stop them.
pretentious
avant-garde
macrocosm
copious
bipartisan
incipient
overt
panacea
primordial
quatrain
vacuous
tenuous
minutia
posterior
antebellum
catholic
preposterous
posthumous
attenuate
negate
Comparisons quartet : triumverate
Definitions precept : command
Measured in temperature : degrees centigrade
Antonym satis : lack
Definition magnus : megas
His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand is the world's longest-reigning living ____________, having ascended to the throne in 1946.
Budding artists often try to ____________ the paintings of the great masters to learn and practice their techniques.
In a ____________ gesture, she gave her younger sister the last icing-flower on the cake.
Within a few hours, the tide ____________ the sand castles the children had built on the beach.
When in Rome, do as the Romans do is a proverb that advises travelers to ____________ with the laws and customs of the places they visit.
In the legend of Robin Hood, when King John takes the throne, the English noble Robin of Locksley turns ____________ and joins the outlaws of the forest.
Grizzly bears are ____________; they eat fish and small mammals as well as grass and berries.
Sojourner Truth, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Susan B. Anthony are remembered as the ____________ of the women's rights movement in America.
Process plants use to convert light energy into chemical energy
An organism decaying is an example of
Stems show ___________, roots show __________
Which is not considered work.
Which compound represents an organic compound?
Genes are found _____
These tubes are located in the roots of a plant
An example of selective breeding is
Organic Compounds are
Mechanical breakdown in digestion occurs in all of the following, except
What is the function of the nucleus?
The outer covering of an animal cell
An example of an internal adaptation is
Darwin discovered that the Finches had specially adapted beaks based upon the food source they lived near. This theory is
An adaptation is an inherited characteristic that can be
A lioness has three cubs and one is smaller than the other two and does not get as much to eat during feeding. Why are the larger more likely to reproduce than the smaller one?
Chemical digestion occurs in all of the following except
Cytoplasm is
The cardiovascular system is responsible for
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Which scientist discovered that all plants are made of cells?
An organism's ability to maintain stable internal conditions is called
Which of the following is not made of cells?
Energy, __________, living space, and stable internal conditions are basic needs of living things.
________ are the basic unit of structure and function in living things.
The major gases present in the atmosphere today are ________ and oxygen.
A belief in _____ was disproved when Francesco Redi performed experiments to show that flies do not arise from meat.
An organism whose cells contain nuclei is called a ______.
An organism is a(n) ________ if it can manufacture its own food.
_________ was the first scientist to use the term cell.
Chloroplasts are found only in the cell of ______ and some other organisms.
The ability to clearly distinguish the individual parts of an object is called __________.
__________ are traces of ancient organism preserved in rocks.
the outer layer of the Earth about 10 km thick under the oceans and up to 50 km thick on the continents
the largest layer of the Earth composed of very hot, dense, flowing rock found below the crust and above the core
rigid layer of Earth about 100 km thick, made of the crust and a part of the upper mantle
plasticlike layer of Earth on which the lithospheric plates float and move around
the solid, inner-most and hottest part of the Earth
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