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The US intervened in Korea and Vietnam to stop the spread of:
Who as the first black president in South Africa
Who was the white president who helped end Apartheid
About How many years did Apartheid last
What rights did Black South Africans NOT have
Besides White and black, what were the two other groups
How many groups of people did South Africa have
What happened in 1994
What year did apartheid start
What are homelands
What is Apartheid
''I'm the greatest,'' he said _________, as he flexed his nonexistent muscles.
A _______ trimmed hedge is an asset to any yard.
''Come here _______,'' she said.
The ______ bird gets the worm.
This recipe calls for ______ ground nuts.
She jumped up _______ and left the room.
Beethoven, a composer, ______ devoted himself to his music.
Today, music plays a ______ role in the production of movies.
The word ''karaoke'' means ''_____ orchestra'' in Japanese.
He measured the floor ______. They proved to be _______ _______ measurements.
The stillness of the tomb was ________. The tomb was _______ still.
The mechanic's tools were ______. The foreman said his work was _____ done.
When a glass rod is rubbed with silk and becomes positively charged,
Charge
When you placed the charged balloon near the aluminum can and it caused it to move, this was an example of
As in the case of unlike magnetic poles, unlike electric charges
The electric force between charged objects is
Electricity is made by using a generator that spins a/an ___________________ which is surrounded by a coil of _________________.
Every charged particle produces
The electric field lines around a positively charged particle
An object becomes charged when the atoms in the object gain or lose
The force of electricity is ___________________ on power lines than in our houses. A _______________________ alters the force.
Suppose you acquire a positive charge from walking across a carpet. You then touch a doorknob and receive a shock. This leaves you
A feature passed on to a living thing from it parents is a _______________.
Veterbrate is a ________________________________.
What is a larva?
A stage in a insect life between larva and adult is _______________.
A trait that helps a living thing survie in it enviorment is called a _________________
Passed on from parent to offspring is a________________ trait.
To move to another place find better weather is called ________________
To spend the winter resting is ______________.
Which animal is a veterbrate?
Which animal is a amphibian?
How does a birds beak help it survie?
Camoflage means to _________________________________.
To copy a harmful animal in appearnce means a animal has the adaptation of__________
Which animal use armor to protect itself?
A small insect covered in harden sap is ____________?
When a mold fossils is filled in by rock it becomes a ___________________.
A mold fossil is a _________________________.
What four things to aniaml need to live?
Why do animals migrate?
Which animal migrates?
The generous people fed the 'emaciated' lost dog.
She 'invariable' leaves her homework at home and must turn it in late.
The mother bathed the baby in the 'tepid' water.
The car collector bought the 'vintage' Ford Mustang.
The 'slovenly' boy never cleaned his room or washed his hands.
The policeman arrested the speeder for 'flagrantly' disobeying the speed limit.
The city council 'concurred' with the excellent recommendations of the library committee.
A man of few words, he is known for his 'brevity'.
I would like you to take a 'vicarious' trip--a trip I want you to take through my description.
I took the 'tome' off the shelf and opened it. The book will take me a long time to read.
In the United States, a citizen’s exercise of speech and expression may be legally restricted when that individual...
How were draft card burnings different from other forms of protest such as organizing marches and publishing underground newspapers?
Ecuador has an ideal climate for growing bananas, whereas the United States would have a difficult time growing them. In order to help U.S. consumers of bananas, the United States would likely
In the economy of a certain country, some factories are owned by individuals and private companies, and other factories are owned and controlled by the government. What type of economy does this country have?
A newspaper headline states, “Federal Reserve Decides to Reduce the Money Supply; Slowing of the Economy Likely Impact.” According to the headline, the Federal Reserve
The European Union’s objectives include reducing tariffs, promoting a single market, and creating a common currency. Based on these objectives, what type of world region does the European Union primarily represent?
One cause of suburbanization in the United States during the 1920s was increased
What was the result of this new technology on population patterns in the United States in the first half of the 20th century?
Early in the 20th century, President Theodore Roosevelt advocated the conservation of the nation’s natural resources. These events signaled a change in how people perceived
In a democracy, the source of authority for the government is the
During the Industrial Revolution of the late 19th century, farmers in the United States worked to increase their land holdings and modernize their equipment. A lasting effect of these changes was
One factor that contributed to the ineffectiveness of the League of Nations was. .
At the end of World War II, Soviet armies liberated the countries of Eastern Europe from Nazi Germany. The occupation of these countries by the Soviet Union contributed to the development of the Cold War by
Natural law was a fundamental idea of the Enlightenment. Which concept is an application of natural law to the government’s role in the economic lives of its citizens?
One effect of industrialization in the United States in the late 19th century was
One factor that motivated U.S. imperialism during the late 19th and early 20th centuries was the
In recent years, the Spanish language has become more common in the United States, with ballots and signs in government buildings printed in English and Spanish. This is the result of increased
Which of the following may be sorted using the Sort dialog box?
The quickest way to insert a table is by __________ over the Table grid in the Tables menu to select the desired number of rows and columns.
When you select the Draw Table command, the mouse pointer changes to a(n) __________.
The term feminism describes the theory of
The women’s movement of the 1960s grew out of women’s frustration with
To explore important issues, women formed
One example of the shift in attitudes brought about by the women’s movement was a significant change in
The Equal Rights Amendment passed Congress in 1972 and then
Many women rejected the women’s movement because they
Latinos in the United States come from different countries, but they
In the 1960s, Mexican Americans fought discrimination in
One successful strategy used by Cesar Chávez was a
Latino political interests were represented by organizations such as
The goal of the American Indian Movement was
The book Silent Spring exposed the harmful use of
The greatest threat posed by nuclear power plants was
Environmental activists spurred the government to create the
Senator Galord Nelson of Wisconsin helped to organize the first national
A government report critical of automobile safety
The consumer movement of the 1960s developed largely as a result of
The women’s movement borrowed legal tools and inspiration from the
Some women who preferred the more traditional role of homemaking
During the 1960s counterculture, men and women
The bottom layer of the atmosphere, where almost all weather occurs is the ____.
What gas is most abundant in the atmosphere?
The ____ is the coldest layer of the atmosphere.
Ozone is a molecule that is made of ____ oxygen atoms.
The ozone layer is located in the
Most heating of the troposphere is done by
The atmosphere is divided into layers based on
The uppermost layer of the atmosphere is the
_____ is the height of an object above the Earth's surface.
_____ is the instrument used to measure air pressure.
What absorbs most of the ultraviolet radiation trying to reach earth?
What do you call heat transfer between 2 objects that are in contact with one another?
Most energy that heats Earth's atmosphere is
Winds are caused by differences in
Doldrums are characterized by
Cool air tends to
Global winds
______ measures wind speed.
What is the increased cooling factor that is caused by wind?
Water vapor in the atmosphere is a
In early 20th century India, Mohandas Gandhi advocated (encouraged) the policy satyagraha. Which of these statements BEST describes this policy?
Mohandas Gandhi sought to promote nationalism in India based on;
The phrase Indian Independence movement refers to the Indian effort to break free from the rule of;
Who do the following items describe; born in 1869 in a British colony, studied law in England, practiced law in South Africa, and led India to Independence in 1947?
What was involved in Mohandas Gandhi’s plan of civil disobedience?
When independence finally came in 1947, what was it about the decision that made many Indians unhappy?
Which new countries were created in addition to independent India?
Both Mohandas Gandhi and Mao Zedong;
Which country is the largest democracy in the world?
Which historic figure supported nonviolence as a way of India gaining its independence from Britain?
Coins, paper bills, and checks used to buy basic needs and wants (used in exchange for goods and services)
A person or business that supplies goods and/or services
a person who uses goods and services Example: A consumer uses clothes by wearing them
the choice of or decision among alternatives or possibilities
Goods made by people and used to produce other goods and services (hammers, computers, trucks, lawn mowers, machines, factory buildings)
people working to produce goods and services (farmers, miners, builders, painters)
materials that come from nature (water, soil, wood, coal)
Communism/Socialism/Dictatorships are associated with
The United States/Canada/Australia have
True Free Market Economies Exist
Which of the following is a characteristic of most bacterial infections but not of a viral infection?
Some bacteria can exchange genetic material with each other by sending a tube to connect with other bacteria. This process is called
Which of the following factors help spread disease-causing bacteria?
Some antibiotics cause patients to exhibit digestive side effects. These side effects are most often the result of —
A disease-causing agent that is inhibited by antibiotics is most likely in the same Kingdom as –
All of the following are common types of bacterial shapes EXCEPT for
Some bacteria benefit mammals by helping with —
Which of the following is true about bacteria?
A form of asexual reproduction where two identical bacterial cells are formed from one parent cell is called
In general bacteria are classified as
Issue licenses
regulate marriages
create local government
establish schools
conduct elections
protect copyrights
coin or create money
raise or make an army
work with foreign countries
Which level is supreme or most important?
My pen is on top of the table
My home work is under the table
My dog is behind the house
My car next to the house
My sister lives on the other side of town
My money is in between the books
My house is close to the store
My father work far from the city
My bike is to the right of the door
The wallet is to the left of the lamp
The dog is in the fridge
Think outside the box!
Janet gushed over the sculpture in the antique shop, but Kevin thought that the craftsmanship was merely run of the mill.
After Michael missed three shots in a row and passed the ball to a player on the other team, the boys were only up by two and they suspected that Michael would be the Achilles' heel of the team.
Lyle chose Marco for his partner, thinking that it would be fun to work with his best friend, but now that the project was due tomorrow and the boys had nothing done, Lyle realized that he should have __________________.
The prosecutor knew that the councilman had stolen public funds, but she wanted to get all of her ducks in a row before she charged him with a crime.
Vince knew that if he wanted to get into college, he'd have to keep his ______________ all senior year.
Which of these formed the Appalachian Mountains?
How much will a plate probably move in 1 year?
The rate at which lithospheric plates move across the surface of Earth is best compared to the speed that a
Which statement does scientific evidence support about the movement of oceans and continents on Earth?
Which of these is directly caused by the movements of tectonic plates?
Some satellites collect data related to the movement of the lithospheric plates. Which best estimates the range of distances that lithospheric plates move in a year?
The movement of lithospheric plates can cause all of the following EXCEPT
Which layer of Earth is composed almost entirely of solid iron and nickel due to extreme pressure?
What is 2 x 2 x 2 written using an exponent?
28 + 6 x 4 - 2
42 x 3 - (2 - 1)
A zoo charges $11.50 per adult and $8 per child. Which expression shows the total cost of buying 2 adult tickets and 4 children's tickets?
What is the value of a + b - c if a= 20, b = 10, and c = 5 1/2
Amber has saved $56 of her allowance money to buy books. if she buys 6 books at d dollars per book, she will have 56 - 6d of her allowance left. How much does she have left if the books cost $4.75 each?
Which property
which property
what shows
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Which of the following is considered a renewable resource?
The study of natural processes in the environment and how humans can affect them is called
The loss of natural habitat is called
Cutting down only some trees in a forest, leaving a mix of tree sizes and species standing is called
All of the following factors affect an area's biodiversity EXCEPT
A type of landfill designed to hold municipal solid waste safely is
To create less waste in the first place is to
Which type of hazardous waste gives off radiation?
Which indoor air pollutant is a colorless, odorless gas that forms when wood, coal, oil, or gas are incompletely burned?
One group of gases that is responsible for destroying ozone in the ozone layer is
Which of the following is a way a farmer can prevent nutrient depletion?
Wind energy is actually an indirect form of
In a nuclear power plant, what is used to cchange water into steam?
Efficiency is
On a distance-time graph, the steeper the line
A straight horizontal line on a speed-time graph means
A line curving upwards on a speed-time graph represents
A horizontal line on a distance-time graph shows...
Distance moved in a stated direction is
On a speed-time graph, the steeper the line means
The area below a velocity-time graph shows
The speed of a car is decreased uniformly from 30. meters per second to 10. meters per second in 4.0 seconds. The magnitude of the car's acceleration is
A motorbike undergoes a constant acceleration from rest and travels a distance of 60 m in 6.0 s. The acceleration of the motorbike is:
A car is travelling in a straight line at 25 ms-1. The car brakes for 5.0 s and the speed is reduced uniformly to 15 ms-1. How far does the car travel in this time?
A surface current is set in motion by differences in salinity and temperature
A surface current moves cold water away from Earth's poles.
Deep ocean currents slowly move water along the bottom of Earth's oceans.
An upwelling moves nutrients from the surface to deeper waters.
The Gulf Stream moves warm water away from the poles to give Great Britain a mild climate
Ocean water contains
Which of the following would lower the salinity of a shallow part of an ocean?
In general, how does ocean temperature change with depth?
Which of these best describes the ocean floor?
Which of these would be most useful to explore a deep and difficult-to-reach section of the mid-ocean ridge?
Most ocean waves are the result of
Waves breaking along a shore are caused by an increase in their
What causes tides?
The tidal bulge is smaller than normal during a
The difference in height between a high tide and the next low tide is called the
The Moon has a greater effect on Earth's tides than the Sun because the Moon is
Water waves are often a transfer of
A surface current near Earth's equator is set in motion by
Which of the following affects climate the most?
Which of the following best describes El Niño?
Downwelling benefits animals in the deep ocean by carrying
A mass of moving water is called a
The amount of matter in a given volume of ocean water is the water's
Tidal ranges are largest during a
Which of the following is a result of a longshore current?
In general, how does ocean temperature change with depth?
Which of the following would lower the salinity of a shallow part of an ocean?
Most ocean waves are the result of
Waves breaking along a shore are caused by an increase in their
Water waves are often a transfer of
Choose the correct Latin word for: gate
Choose the correct Latin word for: that night
Choose the correct Latin word for: anger
Choose the correct Latin word for: although
Choose the correct Latin word for: overseer, farm manager
Choose the correct Latin word for: full
Choose the correct Latin word for: The Appian Way
Choose the correct Latin word for: open space, threshing floor
Choose the correct Latin word for: to mutter
Choose the correct Latin word for: to hinder
Yo ______ alto. (ser)
Ellos son _______.
Nosotros _______ pelirrojos. (ser)
¿Cómo eres tú?
¿Cómo son ellos?
-¿_________ son los muchachos? -Ellos son Alejandro y Miguel.
Las muchachas _______ rubias. (ser)
______ profesores son inteligentes.
_______ alumnas son antipáticas.
Mateo y yo _______ bajos.
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______ going to sing in the talent show.
______ is room in the car for one more person.
Their bus stops ______ in the morning.
It’s too far, so we don’t go _______ anymore.
______ going to have to move your car because it’s blocking the exit.
“That’s what _____ wearing to the dance?” Mom exclaimed. “Your kidding, right?”
______ chances of making the soccer team are really good because your such a skilled player.
The cup of hot tea sat on __________ saucer, tendrils of steam rising into the air
“Get out of the house!” Mom ordered. “__________ too beautiful outside to sit here playing video games!”
Tell Charlie that he has 15 minutes to finish. __________ imperative that he turn in his essay on time since Professor Parker refuses to accept late work.
“__________ already two weeks overdue!” exclaimed Professor Zuromski as Byron begged for another extension on his research essay.
Beethoven played on the old stereo with __________ one bad speaker popping and crackling like bacon frying in a pan.
When liquid water changes into water vapor.
When water vapor cools and changes back into a liquid.
The amount of water vapor in the air.
Plants releasing vapor into the air through leaves.
Rain, sleet, snow and hail.
Clouds form through:
Which can hold more water?
When air is holding all the water it can, it is:
Two ways to change humidity are:
Air becomes saturated when it cools to its:
Cold soda cans sometimes leave wet rings on tables because of:
Because I kicked a table, my toe hurt.
After I drank my latte, I was bouncing off the walls. Then, 10 minutes later, I was sound asleep.
Black coffee is bitter while coffee with milk is creamy.
I need to create a list of characteristics for mammals and amphibians for science. I know they are both animals.
I was thirsty and tired, so I bought a coffee.
I enjoy both book genres: historical fiction and fantasy. However, I need to figure out which one would be best for the upcoming assignment.
I got home from school, ate a snack, and threw stuff at the tv when the Avalanche started losing.
The three parts of our government include the Executive branch, the Legislative branch, and the Judicial branch. Each branch has a specific duty including the following...
I went to the mall with my mom. Then we bought a lot of ice cream at the store, so I ran out of money.
The trash can was overflowing, so I emptied it in the dumpster.
Cause and effect is a relationship between two or more events in which one event brings about another. The event that happens first is the cause; the one that follows is the effect.
The arrangement of details in time order. This means that the writer explains an event, experience or series of steps in the order in which they actually occurred.
Writing that is used to explain and describe a thing or concept and how it looks, acts, and fits in among other members of a group.
Points out similarities and differences between two things.
A style of writing where the author identifies and describes a problem and then offers one or more possible solutions.
Chronological Order
Classification and Definition
Problem and Solution
Compare and Contrast
Cause and Effect
Which is the correct order from largest to smallest?
Which do most astronomers believe to be true about the universe?
Spectroscopic analysis reveals the elements that those stars contain. What do such studies help astronomers to understand better in our solar system?
What does it mean to say that we see a star that is 30 light-years away?
A galaxy with very little dust, does not make new stars, rotates very slow, and has a spheric shape...
A spherical collection of stars orbiting in a much larger galaxy; middle of the sphere has a high density of stars, What is the astronomer observing?
Which are the hottest stars?
Which are the brightest stars?
What type of star is the Sun?
In which would the largest number of stars be found?
What is the molar mass of CH4?
In equation 1: How many moles of HCl used?
In equation 1: How many grams of HCl used?
In equation 1: How many moles of ICl produced?
In equation 1: How many grams of ICl produced?
In equation 2: What is the molar mass of NaIO3?
In equation 2: How many moles of NaIO3 used?
In equation 2: How many moles I2 produced?
When do I use the chemical equation in my cross?
How many steps to convert from mass to mass?
What is the absolute pressure experienced at a point on the bottom of a swimming pool 9 meters in depth?
A hydraulic lift is used to lift a heavy machine that is pushing down on a 3.0 m2 piston (A1) with a force (F1) of 4,000 N. What force (F2) need to be exerted on a .050 m2 piston (A2) to lift the machine?
What is the absolute pressure in a depth of 100 meters of ocean water?
The interior of a submarine located at a depth of 45 meters is maintained at normal atmospheric conditions. Find the total force exerted on a .20 m by .20 m square window. ( Hint: find absolute pressure then force ☺)
what is the unit for pressure?
what is pressure?
Which one has the highest pressure?
what is pascal's principle?
You can exert 50 N of force on a piston with an area of 1.0 m2. If you are trying to lift a machine that weights 500 N, what must be the area of the piston on which the machine rests?
You decide to drive your vehicle, which has a weight of 100 N onto a piston that is 5.0m2, what weight machine can you lift if the piston on which it rests is 20 m2?
What best describes the universe?
Which of these is the largest?
Which observation provides evidence that galaxies are moving apart and the universe is expanding?
If light travels about 9.5 trillion kilometers (km) in one year, and a star is 5 light-years from Earth, about how far away is ti?
Which type of telescope is used to analyze the composition of dust clouds in space?
Which of the following correctly shows the organization of the universe, from smallest to largest units?
Which distance would a light-year be most appropriate for measuring?
What is the best way for a scientist to estimate the age of a star?
Before the Hubble telescope was put into orbit, what was NOT well know?
The Big Bang Theory, formation and expansion of the universe is supported by the observed...
A pathway that shows how energy is passed from one living thing to another is called....
Animals that are __________ get their energy from eating plants or other animals
Organism that recycles dead plants and animals
What is the source of energy for all living things
Group of connected food chains
Berries----deer----- wolf. The wolf would be considered what in this food chain?
All food webs, and energy pyramids start with _____________.
What is the main reasons scientists classify organisms?
What type of organism could be at the 2nd trophic level?
How are decomposers good for the environment?
Which of the following is ideal for organizing information in an orderly manner?
You can insert a table with up to 63 columns and thousands of rows using which of the following?
The quickest way to insert tables, such as calendars or tabular lists, is by using which of the following methods?
Which of the following tabs appear when you are working within a table?
Which of the following are Table Style Options that may be turned on or off?
Displaying which of the following can make editing a table easier?
Repeating rows, such as header rows, are visible in which of the following views?
A student’s book report about the fourth novel in the Twilight series
A speech by a politician asking for 90 minutes to be added to the school day
The play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare
The instructions for the board game, Monopoly.
A child’s letter to Santa asking for a bicycle because the child has been good all year
The lyrics to a song written by popular music group, Mindful Behavior
A recipe explaining how to make chicken salad sandwiches
A note to a teacher where a student asks if her seat can be switched because of a conflict
In Seattle, a parent was overheard telling his daughter she had cost him $40,000 because she had played poorly in front of an Ivy League coach at a basketball clinic.
A big reason America is falling behind other countries in science and math is that we have effectively written off a huge chunk of our population as uninterested in those fields or incapable of succeeding in them.
Instead of striving on making work fun, managers should concentrate on creating the conditions in which a variety of personality types, from the excitable to the naturally downbeat, can flourish.
The last month the N.B.A. issued 21 fines and suspensions—a punitive spree that amounted to about $602,882.
Cowbirds are brood parasites, meaning they lay their eggs in the nests of other bird species, thus unloading the messy and demanding business of chick-rearing.
High schools sports long ago were stripped of innocence and quaint stereotypes.
Twenty five years ago, students played a couple of sports and eased up in summer; today, many are forced to specialize at an early age.
On Tuesday, Ms. Mary Barra, 51, completed a remarkable personal odyssey when she was named as the next chief executive of G.M. and the first woman to ascend to the top job at a major auto company.
Concerned about college scholarships, parents write $2,500 checks for Web pages that include their children’s athletic accomplishments, academic information, a personal essay, and even video footage for college coaches.
It’s gotten to the point where every parent thinks their child is a super-athlete.
What does the nasal turbinates do?
What does the pharynx contain?
How is an endotracheal tube passes?
What happens in a tracheal collapse?
What is exchanged in the aveoli?
What is the purpose of respiration?
What are two types of breathing?
What is bagging patients?
What it the formula to balance pH?
What makes you cough?
What loosens things up?
What category does Guaifenesin fall under?
What category does clemastine fall under?
What bronchidilator do you give a horse with COPD?
Who can you give Dopram to?
What is asphyxiation?
what is pleural effusion?
When too much money is printed, it loses its value and this is called _________.
What is a period of low economic activity when many people lose their jobs?
During the 1920s, many Americans bought stocks, or shares, in a company hoping stock prices would continue to rise. How did most people acquire these stocks?
A huge economic change took place in the United States when the economy went from “boom to bust” in 1929 and the early 1930s. Which of the following events took place first as the nation moved from economic prosperity to economic hardship?
As demand for stocks dropped, what happened to the price?
Stock prices fell so low it was called a _____________________.
In order to protect U.S. businesses, the government placed high tariffs on _____________________________.
What was the response of democratic nations during the Great Depression?
How did the United States get the money to fund New Deal programs?
What did Great Britain do to ease unemployment?
What is one reason the Fascist governments of Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler came to power in Italy and Germany?
What leader took over Italy?
This is the envelope of gasses that surround the Earth
The solid mass of Earth, made up of the metal core, solid middle layer and rocky outer layer
Contains the Earth's liquid water, making up 3/4 of the Earth's surface
Contains the solid ice on the surface of the Earth
Contains the living organisms on the Earth
This is the form of heat transfer that the sun can do to warm the Earth
Which of the following does not happen to the sun's rays when it reaches the Atmosphere?
This gas is found in the highest concentration in the atmosphere
When you take a breath, most of the gas you breathe in is which gas found in the atmosphere?
Water found in the air as a gas is known as?
When the Earth's atmosphere holds onto heat
This is the reason why the global winds curve as it travels between the Equator and Poles
The layer of the atmosphere where we live and all life is found
The layer of the atmosphere that contains the ozone layer
This part of the stratosphere filters out harmful UV light that causes sunburns
This layer protects the Earth from meteorioids
This is the layer that auroras are found
The part of the thermosphere that filters out solar radiation, creating auroras
This part of the thermosphere is found the farthest from the surface of the Earth
What is the correct order of the layers of the atmosphere from surface to space?
_______________ are the smallest unit of structure and function in living things.
All living things are made of cells.
Protects the cell and regulates what substances can enter and leave the cell. Found in both plant and animal cells.
A gel-like fluid in which many different organelles are found. The other cell organelles sail through this plasma.
Directs all of the cells activities, including reproduction. This is the boss of the cell.
Most of the cell's energy is produced within these rod-shaped organelles. It is also known as the cell's powerhouse.
These organelles capture energy from sunlight and use it to produce food for the cell. Found only in the plant cell.
_____________ is the diffusion of water molecules through a selectively permeable membrane.
Photosynthesis occurs in what organelle?
Cellular Respiration occurs in what organelle?
The equation for _____ is glucose + oxygen produces carbon dioxide + water + energy
What are the two products of photosynthesis?
The process by which iving organisms use oxygen to hep break down food molecules to release energy is called...
The _____ is the place where photosynthesis is eukaryotic cells takes place.
The reactants of photosynthesis are...
____ allows different types of materials to move in and out of cells from a higher concentration to a lower concentration.
When water diffuses into or out of a cell, it is called...
A drop of food coloring spreads out in a beaker of water. This process is called...
When wilted celery is soaked in water, it becomes crisp again due to ...
Which cell structure is selectively permeable, allowing certain substances to enter or leave the cell?
Confucius believed eveyone needed to have what?
What is social class?
What group of people built the Great Wall of China?
What philosophy believed in harsh laws and punishments?
How many miles did the Silk Road stretch?
How many students that took the civil service test passed?
Brownish-red clay is called what?
Which philosophy believes in peace and nature?
What are goods that are made and then sent out of a country called?
What Chinese invention made it easier for ships to travel into the wind?
The library book is over _____.
Cats use ______ tongues to groom themselves.
Did they forget _______ lunches at home?
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What is any change or signal in the environment that can make an organism react in some way?
What is an action or change in behavior that occurs as a result as stimulus?
What is a cell that carries information through the nervous system?
What is a message carried by a neuron?
What is a threadlike extension of a neuron that carries nerve impulses toward the cell body called?
What is a threadlike extension of a neuron that carries nerve impulses away from the body?
What is a bundle of nerve fibers?
What is a neuron that picks up stimuli from the internal or external environment and converts each stimulus into a nerve impulse?
What is a neuron that carries nerve impulses from one neuron to another called?
What is a neuron that sends an impulse to a muscle or gland, causing the muscle or gland to react?
What is the junction where one neuron can transfer an impulse to the next structure?
What is the division of the nervous system consisting of the brain and spinal cord?
What is the division of the nervous system consisting of all of the nerves located outside the central nervous system?
What is an organized grouping of neurons in the head of an animal with bilateral symmetry?
What is the thick column of nervous tissue that links the brain to most of the nerves in the peripheral nervous system?
What is the part of the brain that interprets input from the senses, and controls movement, and carries out complex mental processes?
What is an automatic response that occurs rapidly and without conscious control?
What is a bruise like injury of the brain that occurs when soft tissue of the brain collides against the skull ?
What is the group of nerves in the peripheral nervous system that controls involuntary actions called?
What is the part of the brain that lies between the cerebellum and spinal cord called? it also controls the body's involuntary actions.
The process by which plants, algae, and some bacteria use sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water to make food
Green pigment in plants that absorbs light energy used to carry out photosynthesis
A sugar that is the major source of energy for the body's cells
The process by which cells use oxygen to produce energy from food
The breakdown of food without the use of oxygen
The source of energy for almost all living things
Organisms that use sunlight directly to make food
Organisms that eat other organisms (cannot use the sun's energy to make food)
A consumer that eats only plants
A consumer that eats only animals
A consumer that eats both plants and animals
An omnivore that eats only dead plants and animals
Organisms that break down the dead remains of other organisms
The pathway of energy transfer through various stages as a result of the feeding patterns of a series of organisms
A community of organisms where there are several interrelated food chains
A triangle-shaped diagram that shows the loss of energy at each level of a food chain
A large, flowing body of water that usually empties into a sea or ocean.
Trees that shed their leaves and grow new ones each year.
The bottom layer of the rain forest.
An ecosystem that is formed where freshwater from a river or stream that merges with the saltwater from the ocean
This is the warm, top layer of ocean water
A term that describes a living or once‐living organism in an ecosystem.
The tallest layer of the rain forest that receives the most sunlight.
Extremely cold and dry.
A term that describes a nonliving factor in an ecosystem.
An area in the open ocean that is almost totally dark
A layer of shorter trees and vines underneath the canopy.
Trees that produce their seeds in cones and have leaves shaped like needles.
This is the zone where the ocean floor slopes, it is warm and sunny, and there are coral, sea turtles, fish, and dolphins
A group of ecosystems with similar climates and organisms.
Frozen soil found in the tundra.
A smaller body of fresh water surrounded by land.
Aquatic system of interactions between organisms in salt water (seas, oceans; cover up to 75% of Earth's surface)
Forests in which large amounts of rain fall year round.
A large body of fresh water surrounded by land.
The ocean shore between the lowest low tide and the highest high tide
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a gradual development of a community over time
the variety of species that are present in an area
a well-adapted species in a mature community
the first species to colonize an uninhabited area
Succession that begins in a virtually lifeless area.
The reestablishment of a damaged ecosystem in an area where the soil was left intact
a gradual development of a community over time
the variety of species that are present in an area
a well-adapted species in a mature community
the first species to colonize an uninhabited area
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Which of the following is a disadvantage of mail and fax questionnaires?
Which of the following is an example of direct marketing?
These are resellers who buy goods, store them, and sell them in smaller quantities to retailers or sports organizations.
Which of the following activities are associated with event marketing?
It is 3:00 p.m. Which greeting should I use?
¿Cómo te llamas?
¿De dónde eres?
¿Cómo estás?
¿Dónde vives?
¿Cómo eres?
¿Cuántos años tienes?
¿Cuándo es tu cumpleaños?
How should I greet an adult male in the morning?
How do I ask an adult where they are from?
How do I ask an adult when their birthday is?
How do I tell someone that I am 14 years old?
How do I ask a peer their name?
How do I ask someone what they are like?
How do I ask an adult where they live?
A hydraulic system is used to ________________.
0.5 m of water in a large fish tank exerts _____________ 0.5m of water in a swimming pool.
The force you have to overcome to start an object moving is ______________.
50 mL of soda in a soda can exerts __________ 50mL of soda in a 1L bottle
If an object sinks in a fluid, the buoyant force is __________ .
In a hydraulic system, the pressure on the large piston is _______________ the pressure on the small piston.
With action-reaction forces, ______________.
The realtionship among force, mass, and acceleration is stated in ______________.
As an object sinks in a fluid, the buoyant force is ______________ the weight of the object.
Air resistance __________________ as you move faster.
As the speed of a fluid increases, ________________.
Whenever a body is in motion, there is always _____________ to oppose the motion.
A 3,000-N force gives an object an acceleration of 15 m/s2. The mass of the object is __________.
What is San Jacinto's mascot?
What is the PF office goose's name?
What comes after C but before E?
The Y in ROY G. BIV stands for
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The Presidents in the 1970s were
The United States continued to be involved in this conflict in the 1970s
In 1970, 4 students were shot at Kent State while
Jane Fonda was a celebrity who opposed our involvement in
The 3-mile Island incident involved
Young people of the 1970s were often called the
Many Americans came to distrust the government because
Popular clothing of the 1970s included
President Nixon was the first president to
Detente means
Evidence was uncovered to link the break in at Democratic National Headquarters to
Because the US supported Israel, many Middle Eastern countries
As a strategy to end the conflict, the US trained soldiers of
Because of higher gas prices, other prices
As an attempt to improve the economy, this President lowered taxes
April 22, 1970 was
In 1976, the US celebrated
One of the reasons Iran's citizens were upset with the US was
President Carter did not attempt a hostage rescue
A situation of rising prices is called
A Force of attraction or repulsion caused by the build-up of electrons...
The force that is applied when one object pushes on another...
The force that is applies by an object when another object rests on it...
A force that can work on an object it is not touching....
Any push or pull...
The force of attraction between two objects because of their masses...
The force that is applied when an object is pulled by a rope, string, or other object....
The force of resistance between two objects when one object rubs against or goes through the other...
The force of attraction or repulsion between magnets...
A force that has to have contact in order to work....
The force that is exerted on an object when something is compressed and then released....
A book coming to a stop after sliding across a table, is an example of....
Example of Contact Force.....
Example of Non-Contact Force....
Example of elastic force....
Magnets repelling each other, is an example of...
What is a spring scale used to measure?
Objects on Earth being pulled towards the Earth, is an example of...
Given the same amount of force applied, would a baseball or softball accelerate faster?
What type of force changes the motion of an object?
How can an object be moving, but not accelerating?
When force is increased and mass stays the same, what happens to the acceleration?
An example of an Unbalanced Force is...
Which type of force does not cause a change in motion?
When a large force is applied to a golf ball, how does this change acceleration compared to a small force being applies to the same golf ball?
What are balanced forces?
If you exert a force on something, will that something always accelerate?
An example of Balanced Forces is...
What are unbalanced forces?
When mass is increased and force stays the same, what happens to acceleration?
If the force applied on a shopping cart is increased, but the mass stays the same, the acceleration will...
As applied force decreases on an object the acceleration will...
A five paragraph essay where a student argues that people should recycle and not litter
An encyclopedia entry about endangered animals and efforts to protect them
A map of the world, showing all continents, countries, and oceans
A Garfield comic from the newspaper in which Garfield hates Mondays and likes lasagna
A brochure about how people shouldn’t shop at Walmart because they hurt local businesses
The fourth novel in the Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer
When matter is exposed to a substance of a lower temperature, the atoms and molecules
When matter is exposed to a heat source,
When matter is exposed to a substance of a lower temperature,
What is the term that describes a fluid's resistance to flow?
What is the term that describes the amount of space something takes up?
When a solid becomes a liquid, what four things happen?
When a liquid becomes a gas, what four things happen?
When a gas becomes a liquid, what four things happen?
When a liquid becomes a solid, what four things happen?
Which of the following describes the atoms an molecules in a gas?
Which of the following describes the atoms an molecules in a liquid?
Which of the following describes the atoms an molecules in a solid?
¿Cómo se dice 'night stand' en español?
¿Cómo se dice 'closet' en español?
¿Cómo se dice 'dresser' en español?
¿Cómo se dice 'bed' en español?
¿Cómo se dice 'shower' en español?
¿Cómo se dice 'bathtub' en español?
¿Cómo se dice 'sink' en español?
¿Cómo se dice 'toilet' en español?
¿Cómo se dice 'book case' en español?
¿Cómo se dice 'couch' en español?
¿Cómo se dice 'television set' en español?
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¿Cómo se dice 'chair' en español?
¿Cómo se dice 'refrigerator' en español?
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turns the food we eat into power and energy breaks down food
made up of heart, blood, and blood vessels
carry information from the spinal cord to the rest of the body (they are in the spinal cord), thin fibers that carry signals between the brain and other parts of the body
pair of excretory organs that filter wast products from the blood
the thin, coiled part of the digestive system in the digestive system in which nutrients are removed from food and put into the bloodstream
a column of bones that provides the main support for the body, the backbone
body tissues that let the body move by contacting and relaxing
trees let out oxygen (air) and people take in
supports body, protects organs and soft tissues
a large excretory organ that filters blood and helps with digestion
work together to move the body
blood vessels that move oxygen rich blood away from the heart toward the body's cells
muscle that moves substances without a person's control and is found in many internal organs, involuntary muscle movement
take in oxygen and let out carbon dioxide, two spongy organs that bring oxygen to the blood and remove carbon dioxide from the blood
spongy material that produces blood cells and is found in the center of bones
the thick, lower end of digestive system in which water is removed from digested food
connects all the other body systems, and are made up of brain, spinal cords, and nerves
CO2, gas people exhale
blood vessels that carry blood from the body's cells towards the heart, carries oxygen poor blood
the organ that pumps blood throughout the body
A _______is a current of rising air
The Bergeron process begins with _____________ clouds.
______________ is the result of superheated air traveling out from the lightning bolt in waves.
The ____________ effect causes hurricanes in different hemispheres to rotate differently.
Precipitation can be in the form of rain, sleet, snow, hail, or __________.
The jerky movement of negative charges toward the earth that occurs during a thunderstorm is called a _____________ leader.
A single lightning bolt can heat the surrounding air to temperatures in excess of_____________ degrees F.
The first stage of tornado development is called the __________ stage.
The higher the pressure and humidity, the ___________the dew point.
The most common form of precipitation is sleet.
During the dissipation stage of a thunderstorm, there is a decrease in the amount of rain and downdraft strength.
Cloud-to-ground lightning is the most common type of lightning.
The whirl stage of a tornado is the most dangerous.
On a weather map, a dark blue line with triangles represents what kind of front?
Behind a warm front, one would expect what kind of weather?
On a weather map, a dark red line with ovals represents what kind of front?
The cumulus stage of a thunderstorm is accompanied by a ________________
Hurricanes are classified by the _________________
Scientist use models for:
After a sceintist has determined the conclusion of a problem, he may decide to make a
After you spill Kool-Aid on your shirt, you try three different detergents before you find one to get the satin out. The three detergents are what part of the experiment?
Mary wants to find the effects of different kinds of music on tomato plants. She says: If I play classiscal music to the plants, I think they will grow taller. This step is the:
A superstition is an explanation based on
In the scientific method, the problem is stated in the form of
The dependent variable is the part of the experiement that the scientist
Which of the following is not a characteristic of a good scientist
A globe is an example of a
The scientific method is used for
Gravity, inertia, acceleration and action-reaction are all kinds of
Anything scientists can use to represent an object or event is called a(n)
Ideas, graphs, equations and formulas are examples of
A student did an experiment to see which laundry detergent got clothes cleaner. He washed a pair of socks in Tide, a pair in Gain, and another pair in just water. Which part of the experiment is the pair washed in water?
The independent variable is
If the data for the independent variable is a category (qualitative), you should use what type of graph?
If the independent variable data is a numerical (quantatative) you should use which type of graph?
Depending on the intended use of the product, the same product could be both a consumer good and a business good.
One of the ways companies get new ideas for products is by reading customer complaints and/or merchandise returns.
A focus group may be asked to evaluate a new product.
Fads have a long life cycle.
Price helps determine a company’s profit and loss.
Baseball cards for a popular player or special occasion may be produced in a limited edition rather than in very large quantities, which creates a demand higher than the supply and allows the producer to charge a larger amount of money.
To increase its market share, a company may lower the price of its product to do so.
Place decisions involve how you get your product into the hands of your customers.
Telephone sales is an example of indirect selling.
Advertising rates usually depend on the circulation, or size, of the audience that will be exposed to the ad.
If you purchased a pair of Nike athletic shoes in a retail store, the shoes would be considered a ____ good
____ is the third part of the product life cycle.
____ is the value placed on the goods or services being exchanged.
____ is the difference between the retail or wholesale price and the cost of an item.
____ 15. Which of the following is a step in the research process?
Which of the following is a type of research method used in primary research?
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¿Cómo se dice 'to tie' en español?
One of the first video games which was created in the 1970s was
These technology companies started in the 1970s
This movie series began in the 1970s
Popular music from the 1970s included
The Supreme Court upheld a woman's right to have an abortion in this decision
The women's rights movement in the 1970s was about gaining
Patty Hearst became a well-known person because she
The Vietnam conflict ended for the US in
After the US left Vietnam,
Embargo means
Religion in the 1970s included
Jim Jones led people to South America where his experiment with religion ended when
Refugees who fled Vietnam after the US left were often referred to as
In the 1970s, Americans seemed to be obsessed with
President Carter gave pardons to those who had
President Ford pardoned
Many soldiers in Vietnam were injured while being held as
The 1970s were the first decade where professional sports were
President Carter was able to negotiate a peace treaty between
President Ford made use of the veto power many times. Veto means
What was the Great Schism?
Which of the following is the reason why people believed the Catholic Church was corrupt?
What is an indulgence?
The Catholic Church during the Renaissance believed that a person could only go to heaven through
Who started the reformation?
Martin Luther believed a person could be saved by
The name for Christians who broke with the Catholic Church
What started the reformation?
Where did the Pope reside after the Great Schism?
Martin Luther became a monk after
What is inertia?
The slope of a distance - time graph is -
The force of gravity on an object is known as -
The sum of the forces is known as -
The force that opposes motion is known as -
To find the weight of an object if you know mass you should -
Which quantity would be the same on Earth as it would be on the International Space Station?
Which of Newton's Laws says the harder you push the faster an object will go?
Which of Newton's Laws says if you push on a wall the wall pushes on you?
Which is heavier, a pound of feather or a pound of lead?
What is the type of relationship where both organisms benefit?
Some organisms can only live by causing harm to a host organism. What is the name of the organisms?
Which one of these illustrates a predator/prey relationships?
We know the carbon cycle involves moving carbon around the earth in a cycle. Plants and trees join in the carbon cycle in a couple of ways. Which one will clean carbon out of the air?
Ecosystems are made of biotic and abiotic factors. Which of the following is a biotic factor?
An ecosystem is filled of many different organisms that have specific roles to play. What is a niche?
Which interaction illustrates a terrestrial-aquatic food web relationship?
Which example BEST represents the interconnection between an aquatic food web and a terrestrial food web?
Population density of marine life is greater along the shorelines of the ocean than further out in the deep waters. Which statement provides the BEST reason for this situation??
Which pair of organisms represents a connection between aquatic and terrestrial food webs?
Which of these organisms is a producer in a marine ecosystem?
Which BEST determines the number of wolves that can live in an area?
What happens to a population and competition when there is a reduction in living space?
Kudzu vines grow by climbing and wrapping around trees. Trees covered by the vines can die due to lack of sunlight. What type of relationship exists between the trees and the kudzu growing on them?
IF wolves prey on deer for food, what will MOST LIKELY happen to the deer if the wolves are removed from an area where the deer live?
In a food pyramid, which BEST explains why the number of organisms decreases from one trophic level to the next?
Which food provides the MOST energy for the body in the shortest time?
Consider this food chain: grass--- grasshopper--- frog--- hawk. Where is the largest amount of energy found in this food chain?
Find the sentence that is not a supporting detail for the following main idea: Math is used in all careers.
Find the sentence that is not a supporting detail for the following main idea: Box turtles can make excellent pets.
Find the sentence that is not a supporting detail for the following main idea: There are many ways to show that you are dependable.
Find the sentence that is not a supporting detail for the following main idea: Eating a hot dog is a healthy food choice.
Find the sentence that is not a supporting detail for the following main idea: Children can help protect animals from becoming endangered.
Find the sentence that is not a supporting detail for the following main idea: Information is literally at your fingertips with the Internet.
Find the sentence that is not a supporting detail for the following main idea: Exercise is important for a healthy heart.
Find the sentence that is not a supporting detail for the following main idea: It is important to start saving money as a child to build a secure future.
Find the sentence that is not a supporting detail for the following main idea: Space travel requires dedication and courage.
Which sentence does not belong in an informative newspaper article?
Below are 4 persuasive statements. Which would be the most effective argument for getting a different hairstyle?
Below are 4 persuasive statements. Which would be the most effective argument for not taking out the trash?
Below are 4 persuasive statements. Which would be the most effective argument for students getting extra PE time?
Below are 4 persuasive statements. Which would be the most effective argument for camping in the backyard.
Below are 4 persuasive statements. Which would be the most effective argument for allowing a student to go to mall alone?
Below are 4 persuasive statements. Which would be the most effective argument for skipping vegetables at dinner?
Below are 4 persuasive statements. Which would be the most effective argument for a student getting a cell phone?
Below are 4 persuasive statements. Which would be the most effective argument for a student being allowed to buy a video game?
Below are 4 persuasive statements. Which would be the most effective argument for buying a snack between classes?
Below are 4 persuasive statements. Which would be the most effective argument for allowing a student to buy new shoes?
In what type of rock do crystals form while it is cooling?
In what type of rock might you see layers?
What type of rock is formed inside the earth because of tremendous heat and pressure?
What is one important component of soil?
Which of these is an impact made by HUMANS?
Which of the following lists some of the properties of soil?
What is one way a farmer can add nutrients to the soil?
What is humus?
Which horizon is also known as TOPSOIL?
How did the Incas in Peru create farm land out of the Andes Mountains?
Which type of plate boundary will result in a mid-atlantic ridge? (Hint: the sea floor is spreading apart)
The San Andreas fault that causes earthquakes in California is what type of plate boundary?
What will most likely happen if two pieces of continental crust meet and collide?
What do we call the energy released in an earthquake wave?
Which layer of the earth is responsible for plate tectonic movement?
The theory about how matter acts and why it acts that way is called the
When matter is exposed to a heat source, the atoms or molecules
True or False: Gymnosperms include cycads, ginkgoes, gnetophytes, and conifers.
flowers have petals in groups of three
sticky substance that protects a pine tree from diseases and insects when a branch is broken
food storage stem of some plants
the leafy branches of a ferm
the tiny seed leaves of the embryo
leaves have branching veins
tightly coiled developing frond
The first root that emerges from a seed is called a(n) _____________.
When plants are classified by how they transport water, scientists group them as ____________.
Angiosperms are usually classified by their seed structure as either
Which plant is not a vascular plant?
____________ plants can live for three or more years.
Mosses have small, rootlike structures called ______________.
Which detail is an opinion?
Which detail is an opinion?
Which detail is an opinion?
Which detail is an opinion?
Which detail is an opinion?
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abrir
celebrar
decorar
romper
sacar fotos
el pastel
globos
dulces
regalo
mayor
menor
Which statement would not be relevant to an informative paragraph about wishes?
Which statement would not be relevant to an informational paragraph about seasons?
Which statement would not be relevant to an informational paragraph about coaching?
Which of the following statements would not be relevant to an informational paragraph about costumes?
Which statement would not be relevant to a narrative story about an embarrassing event?
Which of the following statements would not be relevant to an informational paragraph about TV viewing?
Which statements would not be relevant to a story about a night on a deserted island?
Which statement would not be relevant to an informative paragraph about famous inventors?
Which statement would not be relevant to a descriptive paragraph about a bad habit.
Which sentence would not belong in a personal narrative?
a regional variation of a main language
the characteristics of a human population such as age, income, and educatoin
bringing together many different cultures and influences
a form of literature such as poem, play, or novel
an artistic way of showing objects as they appear to people in terms of relative distance or depth, as if in three dimensions
an artistic period in the early 1800s when artistis painted landscapes and natural scenes to convey emotions
an artistic style in which artists used light and color in short strokes to capture a moment in time
an artistic style that stresses form and color over realism
a period from 1600-1750 in which music had complicated patterns and themes
a performance that tells a story through words and music
a period from 1750 to 1900 in which music followed the standard rules of form and complexity, such as sonates or symphonies
a form of literature such as poem, play, or novel
a long poem that tells of a hero's adventures
a long work of fiction with complex characters and plot
the process of becoming a democracy
the food and cooking traditions common to a certain region
the Ukraine's peaceful removal of their prime minister in 2004
the common currency of the European Union
an economic organiziation composed of 27 European member countries (2011)
the countries that have adopted the euro as money
to be absorbed ionto society's culture
Which of the following is NOT a difference between American and European cities
What had a great impact on the modern literature of the 20th century in Europe?
the European Economic Community formed in 1957
a tax on imports and exports
a country's control over its own affairs
to convert money into another currency
What is the fastest growing religion in Europe?
the process of government-owend businesses becoming privately owned
a demographic trend that occurs as the average age of a popuation rises
Which of the following is NOT one of the three main langauge groups of Europe?
Which of the following is NOT an example of a Romance language?
Which of the following is NOT an example of a Germanic language?
Which of the following is NOT an example of a Slavic language?
What is the dominant religion in Europe?
What percentage of Europeans live in urban areas?
Much of the art of the Middle ages reflected the influence of which religion?
During which art period did artists begin to use perspective to giver their art greater depth?
Who did European art, music, and literature begin with?
What did writers of the Romantic period emphasize in the 1800s?
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When you evaluate your options as part of the decision making process, you
A choice about what action to take is known as a(n)
Donovan won't try out for the basketball team. He says, What if I'm no good at it? What obstacle is Donovan facing?
Your basic outlook on life is your...
What is the final step of the decision-making process?
When you begin to decide on a career, you should first start by...
The series of steps that help you identify and evaluate choices is known as the
One way to polish your decision-making skills is to
TRICARE is a health insurance plan funded by the U.S. Government for:
Worker's compensation is administered by the:
A person who is blind is eligible for what type of state-administered assistance program?
If someone has Type B Medicare, what must the consumer pay for services?
Joan tells Lakisha, You should try my doctor. She's excellent. Lakisha replies, I can't. Your doctor is not on my list of approved providers. She MOST LIKELY has:
The amount of money that must be paid by the patient for medical services before the policy begins to pay is the:
Mrs. Carter must pay $15 each time she visits her physician. This payment is called a (an):
What do the initials HMO stand for?
Managed care networks are required to provide quality care:
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