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What was the American belief that it was their right or destiny to expand the country from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean?
Which of the following was an Arkansan who led troops in the Mexican American War?
What did Eli Whitney invent?
The cotton gin decreased the demand for slaves.
How many slave owners were in Arkansas according to pre-Civil War records?
How many slaves were in Arkansas according to pre-Civil War records?
Which of the following was NOT a common way that slaves would rebel against their masters?
Some slave owners were afraid their slaves would rise up violently and kill them.
Which of the following was NOT true about Joseph Albert Booker?
When disagreements about how to handle the spread of slavery rose again in Congress, who proposed the Compromise of 1850?
Which of the following was NOT part of the Compromise of 1850?
What did the Kansas-Nebraska Act do?
Men like Robert W. Johnson and Governor Elias Conway became the Family's newest leaders after the deaths of the founding members.
What did the new Family members began pushing for?
Who was the slave who tried to sue for his freedom but lost his case to the Supreme Court?
How did the state of Arkansas still prosper despite antebellum termoil?
Disagreements over slavery eventually tore what organization apart and it faded form the state?
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Conceptual, physical, and mathematical models are used to:
Sketching is a tool used in the creation of what type of models?
Isometric and orthographic are different types of:
Mock-ups and prototypes are different types of:
Mathematical modeling aids in technological design by simulating how:
Mathematical models allow engineers and designers to express ideas:
A characteristic of a 3D model that a 2D model does not have is:
When preparing to communicate a solution to a design problem, you must:
In the beginning of a presentation, it is important to
At the end of a presentation it is important to:
Engineers, architects, and others who engage in design to solve practical problems use:
Which of the personal characteristics listed below does not influence engineering design?
A constraint that is concerned with cost and must be considered when designing is:
Design problems are __________ presented in a clearly defined form.
The process of collecting, organizing and analyzing data is called
The average number in a data set is the
The middle number in any sequence in statistics is known as
The mode in a data set is the number
A common type of computer software used to analyze data is:
The Engineering Design Process is used to:
What is your teachers 1st name?
What grade are you closest to?
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From whose point of view is the novel Speak told?
The reader knowing more about the night of the party than any of the other characters in the book is an example of:
Which of the following is a motif in the novel Speak?
What was the name of Melinda's old clan in the book?
The bus wheezes to my corner is an example of:
Mom is the rock, I am the ocean is an example of:
I am dropped like a hot pop-tart on a cold kitchen floor is an example of:
The class reading the book Scarlet Letter in English class is an example of:
The author calling Andy Evans IT before we know who he is, is an example of:
Melinda hiding in the Janitor's closet is a symbol for:
The science of placing organisms into groups based on shared characteristics is called
A genus is divided into
Which organisms have simple cells?
What are the 7 levels of classification from most general to most specific?
Which taxonomy level contains closely related species?
Members of what classification level can produce fertile offspring?
During which phase of cellular reproduction is DNA copied?
Two new nuclear membranes are formed during
Chromosomes line up and attach to spindle fibers during
Identical daughter cells are fully formed during
Chromosomes are split apart during
What are the 2 main ways genetic disorders occur?
What is the scientific name of the following: k-animalia, p-arthropoda, c-arachnida, o-araneae, f-therididae, g-latrodectus, s-mactans
How many kingdoms are there?
What kingdom contains organisms that closely resemble plants, but are heterotrophic and capable of movement?
Which of the following best describes the era of Early Statehood in Texas history?
Which of the following was the primary reason that the United States did not want to annex Texas in 1837?
Why did many Texans favor annexation to the U.S.?
What was the outcome of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo?
What is the last even of the Mexican War?
Revolution: the Republic of Texas :: ____________ : State of Texas
a package of five separate bills passed by the U.S. Congress in September 1850, which defused a four-year political confrontation between slave and free states regarding the status of territories acquired during the Mexican–American War?
What helped to settle tensions that arose between pro-slavery and anti-slavery factions within the U.S. Congress and across the country?
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An example of a learned trait is
When a door opens, it represents what type of joint?
Where in the body would I find a ball and socket joint?
What is another name for the skull
The energy that plants use to do photosynthesis comes from
The ingredients needed for photosynthesis are
Decomposition is the process of breaking down dead organic matter, this process is beneficial for the environment and the soil because
In the bottom of an energy pyramid we will find
The reason for only 10% of energy to pass on to the next level is because
If the world's bacteria and earthworms suddenly disappear then
Organic compounds contain
Scientists classify organisms to understand
When using a dichotomous key we always start with step
Glucose is the main product of photosynthesis, the other product is
Which one is organic?
On the top of the energy pyramid we will find
Biomass is decomposed by
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86.85 x 100
.5 / 10
1.8 / 100
(9 x 100) + (2 x 10) + (1 x 1) = ?
Rewrite the expression 2^3
10^7 = ?
13.16 + 5.90
15.83 - 3.61
Nathan started with $50.32. He bought a T-shirt for $12.95 and a sweatshirt for $31.59. How much money does Nathan have left?
What does lunar revolution mean?
How long does it take for the Earth to revolve around the Sun?
What does rotation mean?
Why does the sun appear to rise and set each day?
How can we see the moon at night?
How much of the moon is always lit
What causes the changing of the seasons?
What statement BEST explains why the Sun is a star?
The Sun's density/thickness is the least in which layer?
Which layer of the Sun's atmosphere is the hottest?
Most of the Sun is made up of what element?
What layer of the sun does nuclear fusion?
What part of the Sun do we see?
What can we characterize the Sun as?
The imaginary line that the Earth spins on as it rotated is called its
Earth's movement, or orbit, around the sun is called_______.
When the sun, the moon, and _____ line up, a lunar eclipse happens.
When Earth moves into the Moon's shadow, the result is a _________ eclipse.
It takes the moon 27.3 days, exactly to _______ once.
What is the largest layer of the Sun?
Rotation is when Earth is
Revolution is when Earth is
Rotation takes ____, and Revolution takes ____
What can make mountains get shorter over time?
Why does the Sun look like it is moving across the sky, when we know it stays in the center of the solar system?
Why are days longer in the summer and shorter in the winter?
What Moon Phase comes after a New Moon?
What Moon Phase comes after a waxing crescent?
What Moon Phase comes approximately one week (~7 days) after a New Moon
What Moon Phase comes approximately one week (~7 days) after a 1st quarter moon?
What Moon Phase comes approximately one week (~7 days) after a Full Moon?
What Moon Phase comes approximately one week (~7 days) after a 3rd Quarter Moon?
What is the main cause of the tides?
Why is the Moon the main cause of tides instead of the Sun.
We know exactly when the tides change. How can we know this?
Convergent plates colliding can create
If an Oceanic plate and a Continental plate converge, what will happen?
Which of the following would likely happen along a Transform fault?
What do contour lines look like at the peak of mountains?
What would the contour lines look like in the areas most likely to erode during heavy rainfall?
THE WORLD'S LEADING KILLER IS WATER BORN DISEASE, KILLING ______ MILLION PEOPLE EVERY YEAR.
INORGANIC POLLUTION COMES FROM __________.
PEOPLE CAN SURVIVE __________ WITHOUT FOOD, BUT ONLY _________ WITHOUT WATER. (FILL IN THE BLANK)
________ OF FRESHWATER IS FROZEN IN THE POLAR ICE CAPS. (FILL IN THE BLANKS)
FRESHWATER FOUND ABOVE GROUND IN LAKES, PONDS, RIVERS, AND STREAMS IS...
WATER QUALITY REPORTS INDICATE THAT ________ OF U.S. STREAMS AND ________ OF LAKES ARE CONSIDERED POLLUTED.
ORGANIC POLLUTION IS PRODUCED BY....
ANY PHYSICAL, BIOLOGICAL OR CHEMICAL CHANGE IN WATER QUALITY THAT NEGATIVELY AFFECTS LIVING ORGANISMS OR MAKES WATER UNSUITABLE FOR USE IS...
THE MAIN SOURCE OF WATER BORN ILLNESS...
TYPE OF POLLUTION THAT CAUSES BIRTH DEFECTS, GENETIC DISORDERS AND CANCERS...
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Who was named the first governor of Arkansas Territory?
How long did it take for James Miller to arrive in Arkansas Territory?
Who was the territorial secretary who stepped in as acting governor until Miller arrived?
What did Robert Crittenden do in Arkansas territory before James Miller arrived?
Who opened the first newspaper in the region?
What was the main issue that James Miller and Robert Crittenden argued over once Miller arrived?
Why did Henry Conway and Robert Crittenden duel?
What was the result of Henry Conway and Robert Crittenden's duel?
Which of the following families did NOT belonged to the political group, the Family?
Who did the Family support?
Which territorial governor began making plans to build an official building to house the government?
Before John Pope began building a new an official building to house the government, legislators had no official place to meet and were often forced to gather in leaky buildings.
Which of the following was NOT a method of transportation in Arkansas territory?
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True or false: Hydrogen is an Alikali Metal.
Krypton has _________ valence electrons.
Calcium has _________ valence electrons.
Flourine is located in the _________ family.
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subjugation
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consecrate
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immortality
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moribund
mortify
revoke
sacrilege
vocation
vociferous
He set sail for the Indies with three ships: the Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria.
He named the southern tip of New Jersey for himself
He sailed the Half Moon looking for a route to the Far East.
He was sent to govern New Sweden.
The river that runs between New York and New Jersey is named for him.
He claimed land along the coast of North America for England.
On October 12, 1492, he reached what he thought was India.
He was the very strict director general of New Amsterdam.
It was not easy to travel the overland routes.
Hudson and the Dutch explorers first came to New York looking for deer skin and silver.
Electricity is made by using a generator that spins a/an ___________________ which is surrounded by a coil of _________________.
Which of the following types of energy is a nonrenewable (once it’s used it’s done) source of electricity ?
The force of electricity is ___________________ on power lines than in our houses. A _______________________ alters the force.
There is a repulsive force between two charged objects when
When there is an equal amount of positive and negative charges on an object, the object is
There is an attractive force between two charged objects when
Every charged particle produces
A region around a charged particle that can exert a force on another charged particle is called an
The electric force between charged objects is
Electric force varies depending on the
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Hay muchos arboles y plantas en el ____
Es importante llevar ______ cuando vas a la playa.
TORMENTA
Hay muchas flores bonitas en _____.
Nos gusta esquiar en _____.
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CON RAYAS
NO es necesario cuando hace frio
ABRIGO
What is an independent variable?
The name of an angle that is less than 90 degrees
The name of the tool that is used to measure angles.
The name of an angle that is larger than 90 degrees.
If a rocket has 3 fins how many degrees apart must each fin be to make it equally spaced?
How many degrees in a circle?
The name of the units that angles are measure in.
Altitude is...
The controls of an expiriment are the factors that are...
If something measures 9 meters, how many centimeters would it be?
Find the average of the following numbers; 11,22,35,12
The name of the angle that is smaller than 90 degrees.
If four people equally share 3/4 of a lb of chocolate, how many ounces will each person get if there are 16 oz in a pound?
How do you find the average of 4 numbers?
Which of the following is a rocket part?
What does an altitude gauge measure?
How do you find the average of a set of numbers?
How many degrees in a full circle?
How many degrees in a half circle?
Jackie had a glass of juice, which was 6/8 of a cup full. She drank 1/3 of her juice, how much juice was left?
Solve 12.23 X 5.67
Mrs. Lee's class raised $43.86 for the school fundraiser and Mrs. Gullick's class raise $52.12. How much did they raise altogether?
5/8 - 3/24
4/7 x 35
There are 25 students in Mrs. Henderson's class and 1/5 of them are absent. How many students are at school today?
George has 5 1/8 bag of grass seed to plant in his yard. He only uses 3 6/8. How much does he have left?
Solve: 12.87 - 4.59
Solve: 5.43 divided by .25
Round to the hundredths place: 526.453
Round to the nearest tenths place: 10.98
Chris counted the number of pages he read during the months of January and February. In January, he read 2,100 pages. In February, he read 21 pages. By what power of 10 did Chris’s reading decrease?
A length of 1 centimeter is equivalent to about 0.3937 inch. What is 0.3937 rounded to the nearest hundredth of an inch?
Tammy gave these clues to her friend about a number. When rounded to the nearest tenth, the number is 3.8. When rounded to the nearest hundredth, the number is 3.84. Which could be Tammy’s number?
648/ 12
If a school has 286 students and each class has 26 students, how many classrooms are there?
23 x 65
Which is the correct way for Shawna to read the number 0.123?
Which is the quotient of 621 and 23?
Which equation is true?
The value of the 1 in the number 215 is ____________ the value of the 1 in the number 341.
There is a pan of boiling water on a stove. Which form of energy changes the water from a liquid to a gas as it boils?
How does a stratus cloud form?
As rain falls and travels across the ground filling a pond, what process of the water cycle is being described?
What would be an effect if there were no more precipitation on earth?
Monkeys are found in much of South America. They are curious animals with the ability to problem solve. Which situation shows learned behavior amongst monkeys?
One example of a trait passed from a parent plant to its offspring is
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detail that supports a more important detail or topic
an alphabetical list of topics, people, or titles, giving the location of where they are mentioned in the text
words you need to konw to better understand the information
a note at the bottom of the page giving more information about something mentioned in the text above
a short chapter or section at the end of a literary work
a photograph, picture, chart, or graph that displays information
appears at the end of book or text; lists of sources used
an introductory passage or speech before the main action of the text
a visual graphic that shows the basic layout or working of something
found in the front of text; a list of units or chapters
Which of the following describes what soil is made of?
Identify the missing stage in the life cycle of the butterfly. egg, larva, ______and adult.
Students are conducting an investigation that involves blowing sand with a fan to model desert conditions. Identify which safety equipment would be most important while completing this investigation?
During labs with open flames, students need to be extra cautious if they are wearing? L
. Students are completing an investigation where they mixed several chemicals to determine the how the properties change after a chemical reaction occurs. Once the lab is complete, how should the students dispose of the chemicals?
How are rocks in sand and rocks in water alike?
Which of these is an example of work being done while pulling?
What is the best way to find out if a summer has been drier than usual?
Which diagram shows the order of the stages in a newt’s life?
Which of the following is the major source of energy in the water cycle?
In the novel Speak, what is the setting?
The first ammendment grants citizens the freedom of:
Which one of her ex-friends does Melinda reconnect with in Mr. Freeman's art class?
Who is Melinda's favorite teacher in the novel Speak?
The constant changing of the __________________ symbolizes Melinda's problem with recognizing her own identity and her problems with authority
The changing of the ______________________ represents melinda's mood and how she was feeling.
Melinda's closet at school symbolizes:
Women are more likely to attempt suicide than men
Men are twice as likely to suffer from depression as women
Thirty percent of teens with depression develop substance abuse problems
Dysthymia is a short term form of depression
Worthlessness, sadness, and excessive guilt, are depression symptoms that accur more often in men
Bipolar disorder is characterized by:
Which of the following is not an example of generalization
The S in Smart goals stands for:
The M in smart goals stands for:
The A in smart goals stands for:
The R in smart goals stands for
The T in smart goal stands for
When Heather tells melinda they can't eat lunch together anymore, Melinda becomes very upset. This is an example of which literary term?
You choose to have your civil case heard by a jury. What amendment have you used?
A person decides to write a petition to stop a waste water treatment center from building near his/her town. What amendment are they exercising?
The police come to your house and arrest your father for having a gun which he legally owns. What amendment has been violated?
The government forces you to house 5 soldiers in your home. What amendment does not allow this?
A police officer pulls you over for speeding. He has you step out of the car and then searches it. He has no warrant or probably cause. What amendment protects you from this?
A person is found not guilty of armed robbery. The courts decide to try him again. What amendment does not allow this?
A person is arrested but never sees a judge or courtroom. He is kept in jails for 18 months. What amendment was violated?
A person is sentenced to death for murder. The governor chooses to let the person be executed by having him thrown out of an airplane. What amendment has been violated?
The government passes a new law that says that no one in America is allowed to wear the color blue on Tuesdays anymore. What amendment says the government cannot do this?
The government says that states can't decide to build roads in their state. What amendment has been violated?
A 20 year old college student starts his own newspaper which often prints articles making fun of the local mayor. The mayor is angry and gets his aides to take the papers off the stands before they can be distributed.
A woman is being tried for murder. The prosecuting attorney forces her to take the stand and testify.
A teacher wears a button to school urging people to vote for a certain candidate for President of the United States. Some other theachers don't like the candidate and ask the principal to force the teacher to take off the button.
A dentist is being sued for $500,000. He wants a jury to hear the case but the judge refuses his request.
A young woman is being tried for treason. She is accused of selling plans for building a nuclear warhead to Iran. The judge believes it would be dangerous to let the public hear her ideas. He refuses to allow anyone to view the trial.
A group of teenagers gather quietly on a street corner. Neighbors complain and ask the police to arrest them for getting together as a group. The police refuse.
A town needs more land to build a new elementary school. A woman's property is needed, but she wants to keep it. The town forces her to sell and gives her twice the property's actual value. She sues to get her land back.
The government tries a man for murder and loses the case. A jury says he is innocent. The district attorney who prosecuted the case is mad and promises to keep trying him until they get a jury to convict him. The defendant thinks this is unfair.
Which gas does a plant release during photosynthesis?
Which of the following is an abiotic part of an ecosystem?
An example of a biotic part of an ecosystem is ?
Biotic means
Abiotic means
An animal that hunts another animal for food is called a
Two or more overlapping food chains forms a
An organism that feeds on animals that are already dead is called a
A vulture is an example of a
A hawk uses sharp claws to
Which trophic level has the most energy?
Primary consumers eat...
A food web consists of ....
A primary consumer is always ...
Which is not a name for one of the trophic levels?
Where do producers get their energy?
Why is the sun not included in the biomass pyramid?
A secondary consumer can eat.....
A spider is an example of.....
Which organism can get it's energy from the top predator?
What is another name for Food?
Which organism can get its energy from a decomposer?
Which organisms can get its energy from all trophic levels?
Which trophic level has more energy than the primary consumer?
Stored energy (energy with NO movement) is called
What is energy?
Motion energy is also known as
When a bowling ball is rolling what kind of energy does it have?
When the kickball pitcher is holding the ball, BEFORE it rolls, what kind of energy is that?
What does force mean?
What is kinetic energy?
If you throw a ball in the air, what causes it come back down?
When 2 things rub together to create resistance, what is that called?
If you are running outside, what kind of energy are you using?
What is the family name for group 13?
In which family will you find Argon?
Sodium is located in period
In which family will you find Cobalt?
Potassium has _____ neutrons.
Aluminum has ______ energy levels for it's electrons.
Beryllium can be found in the
Selenium can be found in the ________ family.
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Which body system matures during childhood?
Which of the following is stored in the skeletal system?
allows you to lift your books
Hormones cause organ systems to carry out specific functions.
allows you to react to a hot stove
This gave African American men the right to vote.
They believed that Congress needed to take a greater role in Reconstruction.
Rebuilding of the South
Equal rights and citizenship were guaranteed to African Americans by this Amendment.
Murder and intimidation of African Americans were the actions of this secret group.
Farmers who lacked land and the necessary tools, promised a larger part of the crop in return for tools and land. This led to a cycle of debt.
Providing help and legal aid to freed people was done by this group.
June 19, 1865
He was a Civil War hero for the North who later became President of the United States
What did the Radical republicans attempt to do to President Johnson?
This document stated that all slaves in Confederate states were free.
An abolitionist was
A former slave who sued for his freedom in the Supreme Court.
People aligning themselves more with the region of the country they live in rather than the nation as a whole.
The Civil War lasted...
The organisms that live around a pond interact with biotic and abiotic factors. Which of the following is a biotic factor of the pond environment?
What is the initial source of energy in an ecosystem?
Plants and animals are interdependant. Plants rely on animals to produce carbon dioxide. What do plants produce that animals need to survive?
Which of the following abiotic elements do all living organisms depend on for survival?
An organism that uses sunlight to make its own food is a
An animal that gets its energy by eating plants only is a
An organism that gets energy from eating dead organisms, nonliving materials or waste is a
An animal that gets its energy by eating both plants and a other animals is a
Lots of animals in an ecosystem depend on other animals for
Which is a living thing?
Earth's atmosphere is made up of:
Which gas is the most abundant gas found in the atmosphere of Earth?
How are air pressure and altitude are related?
The layer of the atmosphere where weather occurs and clouds are located.
Why does temperature decrease as altitude increases in the troposphere?
In which layer of the atmosphere contains the ozone layer?
What does the ozone layer protect us from?
Why does temperature increase as altitude increases in the stratosphere?
In which layer do meteors burn up?
What happens to temperature as altitude increases in the mesosphere?
Which layer is the hottest layer in the atmosphere?
The layers of the atmosphere are classified according to changes in
When a plane flies, it travels through air that contains gases, liquids, and solids. This area is best described as the
An atmospheric layer of a specific gas provides shielding from harmful ultraviolet light from the Sun, allowing life to thrive on Earth. What gas makes up this layer?
The way of life of a group of people who share similar beliefs and values is called:
The strongest unifying element of culture is:
Culture hearths are places where
The geographic features shared by the five major culture hearths are
In ____________ religions, the followers believe in one deity.
In ____________ religions, the followers believe in many deities.
All of the following describe similarities between Judaism, Christianity and Islam except
One similarity between Buddhism in India and animism in Africa is that both
The religions of Judaism and Christianity share a common belief in
Buddhism teaches that salvation can be achieved by
In some parts of India today, the caste system is still followed; in the social hierarchy of colonial Latin America, the status of a person was determined by birth. What do these two examples demonstrate?
The ability to change one's social class is known as
Which feature might appear on a map showing cultural differences?
20. The Middle East is considered a single cultural region by most geographers because —
Hindu scholars contributed to mathematics by developing the decimal system and the concept of zero. Arab mathematicians transmitted these ideas to Western Europe. Which conclusion is best drawn from these facts?
Which of the following is the best example of cultural convergence?
The areas stretching above and below the Sahara Desert as part of the African continent. Some geographers feel the cultures of North Africa are more closely associated with those of the Middle East than with Sub-Saharan Africa. This shows that
The term “Latin America” is generally used to describe a unique cultural region that includes all of South America, Central America, and Mexico. What characteristic helps define Latin America as a region?
Christianity, Judaism, Islam, and Sikhism are similar in that each religion:
Animists generally believe that
Some plants depend on insects for
Frogs interact with nonliving elements when they
An example of an abiotic factor
An example of a biotic factor is
All of the following are examples of the interaction of two living things EXCEPT
Animals eat other animals for
Two abiotic factors are
Two biotic factors are
A rabbit burrowing in the ground is an example of
Another biotic example is
Which of these is the best conductor of electricity?
Some beetles and mushroom break down the remains of dead animals. How does this benefit plants?
Which of these best demonstrates the reflection of light
which of these cycles is a direct result of the earths rotation?
Which of these best describes a racoon in a food web
When you mix a white powder into water and it can no longer been seen.... what is this called?
At which stage in the life cycle of a plant are seeds produced?
Which of these is a learned behavior for a fox squirrel
How many more degreees Celesius must the temperature rise before reaching boiling if the temperature is 53 degrees celsius?
Which of the following events in the water cycle is an example of solar energy being absorbed
What is the main component of waste in the waste stream?
The pipes at the bottom of sanitary landfills collect toxic liquid from the waste. What is the liquid called?
Which of the following is not added to a sanitary landfill?
Which of the Rs has the biggest impact on the Environment?
After WW2, the US became know as _______ due to the excessive waste being created?
A company that melts down platic bottles to make new plastic bottles is an example of ________________.
A company that takes rubber tires and makes playground equipment is an example of _______________.
Which of the following is NOT part of the waste stream?
Which of the following is NOT a solution to reducing waste in the landfills?
What is Planned Obsolescence?
skeleton of main ideas and details used to organize writing
topic or main idea of the text
explanations for visuals in text
dark print in text to show important words
slanted print
mini-dictionary in text
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A straight pinky (S) is dominant to a bent pinky. Dimples (D) are dominant to not having dimples. What is the genotype that would represent the phenotype of a person with a bent pink and has dimples.
DNA translation takes place in which organelle?
DNA transcription takes place in which organelle?
Transcribe the following DNA strand AAA CTA GTT AGA
Translate the following mRNA AUG UCU UAC AAG CAU
Find the complementary DNA bases for this DNA strand AGC CTA TTA AGT CAC
What type of RNA is used during transcription?
Which of the following is a true statement describing DNA or RNA?
A husband has Huntington's disease but his wife doesn't. They have 3 children; their 2 boys do not have Huntington's disease but their daughter has Huntington's disease. Draw the family's pedgiree. Is this a dominant or recessive trait?
A husband has Huntington's disease but his wife doesn't. They have 3 children; their 2 boys do not have Huntington's disease but their daughter has Huntington's disease. Draw the family's pedgiree. Is this autosomal or sex linked?
A husband has Huntington's disease but his wife doesn't. They have 3 children; their 2 boys do not have Huntington's disease but their daughter has Huntington's disease. Draw the family's pedigree. What is the genotype of the wife?
Colorblindness is a sex linked recessive trait. Using the allele C or c what would a colorblind female's genotype be?
Lara and Mike both do not have hemophilia. They have two sons who do have hemophilia. Draw this pedigree and determine if this pedigree is autosomal or sex linked.
Lara and Mike both do not have hemophilia. They have two sons who have hemophilia. Draw this pedigree. What is the genotypes of their sons?
A straight pinky (S) is dominant to a bent pinky. Dimples (D) are dominant to not having dimples. What are the chances (in fraction) that offspring would have a bent pinky but have dimples of their parents were heterozygous for both traits?
Ashley and Alex do not have sickle cell anemia but their son and daughter have the disorder. Create a pedigree and determine if this is autosomal or sex linked.
Ashley and Alex do not have sickle cell anemia but their son and daughter have the disorder. Create a pedigree and determine if this is dominant or recessive.
Ashley and Alex do not have sickle cell anemia but their son and daughter have the disorder. Create a pedigree. What is Ashley's genotype? Use S or s for alleles.
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An ordered pair of numbers that is a solution to two equations. The ordered pair (x,y) that 2 lines have in common.
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Egypt is located on the contient of __________
The __________ River flows through Egypt from south to north.
The Nile empties into the _____________ Sea
The Nile is the ___________ river in the world.
Barriers that made it difficult to sail along the Nile River were the ______
___________ united Upper and Lower Egypt.
A ___________ is a series of rulers from the same family.
Mens wore a _______ crown to show the unification of Egypt.
The Egyptian social order was shaped like a ____________.
Egyptians practiced ____________ as their type of religion.
Egyptians believed that when they died they would live on in the __________.
To fulfill the needs of the _____, people filled the tomb of the dead with food, clothing, furniture, etc.
The rich people had their bodies made into __________ so they would last forever.
In the social pyramid, the _____________ and ___________ were at the bottom.
A _____________ kept govvernment records.
What item was found that helped to translate hieroglyphics?
During the ___________ Kingdom, Menteuhotep II brought stability back to Egypt.
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Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition are process that act together to wear down and build up the Earth's surface
The breaking down of rocks to produce sediments
This is the decomposition of rock caused by chemical reactions resulting in the formation of new compounds
The breakdown of rock into smaller pieces
The process where natural forces move weathered rock and soil from one place to another.
The material moved by erosion is called ________.
Over time, rocks being broken into smaller pieces
Broken pieces of rock being carried downwhill
This type of rock forms when molten lava cools and hardens
When rocks change into different types of rocks due to extreme heat or pressure
Treasury Stock is a contra account to a(n)
The balance for Paid-In Capital in Excess of Par Value-Preferred is
The balance for Paid-In Capital in Excess of State Value-Common is
A corporation's own stock that has been issued and reacquired is
Discount on Sale of Preferred Stock is a contra to a(n)
The balance for the account Discount on Sale of Preferred Stock is
A corporation usually sells all the bonds in a bond issue to one bank.
Preferred and Common stock are always issued for cash.
When a corporation buys treasury stock, the number of shares outstanding decreases.
Investors pay the current market price of the corporation's stock when they buy treasury stock.
When there is a 'no par' value stock, the amount credited to Capital Stock is
Businesses that issue a bond keep a ledger to keep track of the interest that is paid to the different bond holders.
There are voting rights with Treasury Stock holders.
Bonds Payable is classified as a(n)
Bond Sinking Fund is classified as a(n)
The nervous system takes in information through _____.
The human body maintains steady internal conditions.
You read the label on food to check this information.
Arteries transport oxygen to your organs.
Some foods travel through the entire digestive system without being digested or absorbed.
Air passes from the nose to the pharynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs
Chewing begins this process.
Your body fights many infections with this.
The transition between the respiratory system and the circulatory system occurs when oxygen transfers from _____ to _____.
Which of the following is NOT a type of muscle tissue?
Which system produces immune cells?
The following are parts of the lymphatic system. Which is NOT responsible for making white blood cells?
Which of the following is NOT part of the respiratory system?
Lungs are made up of millions of _____.
Which of the following is NOT a function of the lymphatic system?
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combinations of DNA from two different organisms
sides of a DNA ladder are made of alternating sugar and _________ molecules
the passing of traits from parents to offspring
another term for heterozygous
another term for homozygous
condition that results when genes produce a trait in between the parents
Who created a model of DNA?
an example would be a guinea pig's bristly hair
A duplicated DNA molecule forms during ______.
gene represented by a capital letter
considered the Father of Genetics - made investigations using pea plants
scientist that found the shape of DNA
another name for a sex cell
sex cells are created during
a change in DNA or chromosomes
the name of the shape of DNA
Thymine always pairs with
gene represented by a lower case letter
determined that A=T and G=C
Which nation in South East Asia gives the LEAST freedom and rights to individuals?
A country ruled by one person would be called….
In a federal system of government, the power is...
The Parliament in Japan is the __________
The first leader of the People's Republic of China was _______
In which type of government system is the power concentrated in the central government?
This country became a constitutional monarchy after WWII
China is ruled by the Communist Party (one political party), which would make it a…..
In a parliamentary government, which branch of government does the head of government belong?
How is a democratic government different from an oligarchic government?
What type of government system does Japan have?
This nation has a monarch whose duties are mostly ceremonial.
In this country people cannot pick their jobs, education, or leaders not chosen by the government.
Who chooses the president in a presidential democracy?
Who makes the decisions in an autocratic government?
Where is most of the power in a CONFEDERATION SYSTEM?
This country in South and East Asia has a FEDERAL SYSTEM.
In which government system are the people given the power to choose leaders and laws?
In which government system does a small group make all the decisions?
A government that favors NO particular religion
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A star's death is determined by its size. The biggest stars will become _______ when they die.
According to scientific theory, the planets in our solar system were created from ?
The source of energy for the sun is _________.
According to scientific theory, the fusion of elements like hydrogen and helium occurs where in space?
How were the heavy elements, those after Iron, created?
What is Earth's thickest solid layer?
What is Earth's thinnest solid layer?
Which gaseous layer is responsible for destroying meteors?
Which gaseous layer is the home of the ozone layer?
Which layer is home to all living things on Earth, and all the Weather?
the change of state from a liquid to a solid
the temperature at which a liquid changes to a solid
the change of state from a solid to a liquid
the temperature at which a solid changes to a liquid
the change of state from a liquid to a gas that usually occurs at the surface of a liquid over a wide range of temperatures
the rapid change of state from a liquid to a gas that usually occurs throughout the liquid at a specific temperature
the temperature bubbles form when a liquid is warmed or heated
the change of state from a gas to a liquid
the change of state from a solid directly to a gas
the change of state from a gas directly to a solid
the process by which a liquid changes to a gas through evaporation or boiling
When plants lost water to the atmosphere through tiny pores in their leaves...
Wells are drilled into a collection of underground water called a(n)...
Energy must be removed for which process to occur?
When water vapor changes back into liquid water in the atmosphere it's called...
Water falling from the sky is called...
97% of the water on Earth is this kind of water.
77% of the fresh water on Earth is found...
Water has a formula of...
When ocean water evaporates...
This is the least dense phase of water.
Which of the following helps keep the Moon in its orbit
In the 1500s, Nicolas Copernicus proposed a new theory on the heliocentric structure of the solar system. Which of these statements best describes this new theory?
Why does Earth have different seasons?
Which best explains why the Moon has phases?
Which factor makes the Earth different from all the other planets in the solar system in its ability to support life?
Which represents information that is gained as a result of space exploration?
Why are there high and low tides on Earth?
Which contributes to Earth's ability to sustain life?
About how many days after the spring equinox will the fall equinox occur?
Which is a gaseous planet?
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racist, haterss
flip over
make them upset
agreement where both people feel okay
yell and scream
filled with , angry
go on and on
last forever
How do you know a good deal of time has passed between the end of chapter 12 when the plane flies away and the beginning of chapter 13?
Brian was hunting for _________ to eat.
While he was hunting, Brian sensed an animal nearby. It was a ___________.
The plane had crashed ___________ days before.
When the plane turns around and leaves Brian, he wishes to die. Brian even _________________
When Brian first began to use the bow and arrows he could not catch fish because __________
On Brian's first feast day, he ate _________.
A skunk came into Brian's shelter looking for ________.
The day after the skunk took Brian's eggs, he ___________.
Brian took four baths a day
Brian decided to store the food he caught
Brian fashioned a ladder from
How did Brian store his fish?
A good title for chapter 14 could be
What are Mrs. Swartz's kids' names?
How long does it take Mrs. Swartz to drive to school?
What is Mrs. Swartz's favorite subject to teach?
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an idea/ belief
permission
law
an official change or addition
the rulebook for a government
a document that starts something new
something you tell everyone publically
something that makes you sad or angry
independent groups who join together for a purpose
an official member of a country
the process of becoming a citizen
freedoms protected by law
actions citizens MUST do
actions citizens aren't required to do
the first amendment is an example of:
community service is an example of:
staying informed is an example of a:
paying taxes is an example of:
serving in the army if you're drafted and have to is an example of:
Rebuild Europe. Contain Communism.
The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution ....
Collective Security. Alliances. Contain Communist threats
AID. Greece and Turkey. Contain Communism
What did the American public do to speak out against the war and the draft?
What group turn the American public against the war by using pictures, videos, and newspaper articles?
Why did the United States get involved in Korea and Vietnam?
How did LBJ sending troops to Vietnam strain relations between the executive branch and congress?
What was president Kennedy's first reaction to finding missiles in Cuba?
How did the United States try to stop the domino theory
What was the cause of the Korean War?
The measure of the force with which air molecules push on a surface.
The layer in the stratosphere that keeps us warm and protects life on Earth.
The layer of the atmosphere where clouds and weather can be found.
The layer that could be described as very cold and windy
___ is the hottest place on Earth.
Energy from ____ drives the weather.
The air we breathe contains mostly ____.
As you move upward (from the ground toward space) through the atmosphere, the air pressure _____.
The largest amount of the sun's energy that enters Earth's atmosphere is _____.
During the day, cool air from over the ocean flows toward the land creating a ____.
Clouds that cover large areas of the sky.
Puffy clouds with a flat bottom.
Thin, feathery clouds at high altitudes.
It may rain when___is added to a cloud name.
Middle altitude clouds.
Low altitude clouds.
When updrafts freeze water in the air.
When rain falls through a freezing layer of air.
When water vapor freezes directly into solid form.
An air mass that comes from water.
The boundary between two air masses.
Thunderstorms usually happen around:
When two air masses meet and little horizontal movement occurs.
It will rain, but not thunderstorm, during a:
A storm that gains energy from warm ocean water.
A device that measures air pressure.
Air pressure is measured in:
An air mass that forms over land.
Thunderstorms come from:
A cold air mass.
25 out of 50 students having a trait = _____%
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The antagonist in the novel Speak
Melinda's Ex-best friend
Melinda's Social Studies teacher..
An important and often times recurring them in a work of literature
The tree, Changing mascot, couch, and weather are all.....
The time and place in a work of fiction is called the...
To clean his shelter, Brian ________
How has Brian's body changed since he crashed in the wilderness?
How has Brian changed mentally?
As Brian looks down at the lake from the top of the stone bluff he __________.
Chapter 11 begins and ends with the words.......
Brian spent hours trying to catch fish with ________.
What tool must Brain reinvent?
A _____________ exploded under Brian's feet making him fall to the ground.
What happened to the plane that flew over Brian's camp?
When Brian heard the plane, he __________.
At the end of chapter 12, Brian felt ______________
What is the main conflict that Brian is facing at this point in Hatchet?
Which question does chapters 11-12 answer?
The part of a neuron that sends messages to surrounding neurons or body organs is called?
The part of the brain that helps make your movements smooth and graceful, rather than robotic is called?
What disease occurs from the pancreas not making enough insulin?
Which hormone lets your body cells take in glucose (sugar) from your blood?
This body system is made up of small glands that make chemical which carry messages throughout the body.
A bundle of neuron that transmits impulses of sensation to the brain or spinal cord, and impulses from these to the muscles and organs is called ...?
The body system made up of cells and organs that lets an animal detect changes in the environment and respond to them is called...?
Another name for nerve cells is ...?
A pea-sized body attached to the base of the brain, this gland is important in controlling growth and development and the functioning of the other endocrine glands.
A quick, protective reaction that occurs within the nervous system. An example is flinching when something flies towards you.
The body part that carries messages from the brain to the body and from the body back to the brain is called...?
This important endocrine gland is found in the neck and produces thyroxine, which controls your metabolism.
This is the word to describe the small space between the axon of one neuron and the dendrite of a nearby neuron.
This hormone controls your metabolism, or how fast your cells release energy from food.
Chemicals made in one part of an organism that affect other parts of an organism are called...?
Insulin, testosterone, and thyroxine are all examples of ...?
The part of the neuron that receives messages from nearby neurons is called...?
This part of the brain controls thought, reason, and the senses.
The organ that sends and receives messages to and from all parts of the body is called...?
Which of the following is a producer?
Which of the following is not a decomposer?
What does an arrow represent in a food web?
Complete the food chain. Sun----acorn------????
A ___________ is an organism that makes its own energy using energy from the sun.
A consumer that eats only other animals is called a
All of the biotic and abiotic things in an area that depend on each other are part of a ?
A consumer that eats only plants is called a ?
A consumer that eats both plants and animals is called a ?
Which of the following is not taken in by plants?
A pair of socks costs $2.50 originally. The price is reduced to $1.75. What is the percent change?
You bought a soda for $0.50, then sold it for $1.00. What was the percent change?
A house is listed for $230,000. After a year, it's marked down to $200,000. What was the percent change?
There were 10 eggs in the chicken coop on Monday. On Tuesday there were 16 eggs. What was the percent change from Monday to Tuesday?
On Friday the store had 35 loaves of bread. On Saturday they had 12 loaves of bread. What was the percent change?
One day there were 24 students in class. The next day there were 19. What was the percent change in the number of students in class from the first day to the second day?
In the first marking period Johnny got 81% in math class. In the second marking period he got 96% in math class. What was his percent change?
One day Susan ate 2005 calories. The next day she ate 1920 calories. What is the percent change in her calories from day 1 to day 2?
Last year the cost of gas was $3.25 per gallon. This year the cost of gas is $1.95 per gallon. What is the percent change from last year to this year?
You bought a video game for $25, then sold it to a friend for $40. What is the percent markup?
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Major key - 4 flats
Major Key - 5 sharps
Minor Key - 6 flats
Minor Key - no flats or sharps
Major Key - 1 sharp
Minor key - 3 flats
Major Key - 4 sharps
Major key - 7 sharps
Minor key - 2 sharps
C major scale - 5th note
E major scale - 3rd note
F major scale - 4th note
F# major scale - 7th note
G major scale - 6th note
Gb major scale - 2nd note
Cb major scale - 3rd note
C# major scale - 4th note
B major scale - 2nd note
Db major scale - 6th note
Which of the following is an F major triad?
Which of the following is an E major triad?
Which of the following is a Bb major triad?
Which of the following is an Eb minor triad?
Which of the following is a B major triad?
Which of the following is an Ab minor triad?
Which of the following is an F# major triad?
Which of the following is an A minor triad?
Which of the following is an E minor triad?
Which of the following is a G# minor triad?
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Ab, Cb, Eb, Gb
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Major Key - 1 sharp
Major Key - 1 flat
Major key - no sharps
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Why is money in short supply at Marty's house?
When Judd takes him hunting, Shiloh _____________.
How does Marty make Shiloh stay on the hill while he goes back to the house to get materials to build a pen?
Which statement from Shiloh contains a cause-effect relationship?
The author most likely wrote Shiloh to ______________.
Who is the author of Shiloh?
I'm tense as a cricket that night. What literary element is used?
Which question does chapters 3-4 answer?
What names did Judd give his dogs?
What did Marty find a bout a year back?
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What was unusual about Marty's Sunday dinner?
Marty liked to ______after meals.
What does Marty take with him on his walk?
What does Marty find as he is walking?
Why did Marty choose to name the beagle Shiloh?
Marty ______ to get the beagle to trust him.
Why has Marty never had a pet?
Marty gives Shiloh ____________ to eat?
How does Marty feel about Judd Travers?
How does Shiloh behave when Marty and his dad take him back to Judd's house?
What did Judd do when Marty and his dad returned the dog?
Which sentence from Sjhiloh supports the conclusion that Marty loves animals?
The beagle comes barreling toward me, legs going lickety-split, long ears flopping, tail sticking up like a flagpole. What literary element is used?
What does Marty decide to do when he wakes up?
What does Marty's dad do for a living?
How does Marty earn money?
How do the people in the community feel about Marty's dad?
How does Judd treat his dogs?
When does the Texas State Legislature meet?
Which of the following is in the Bill of Rights for both US and Texas.
How does U.S. Constitution and the Texas Constitution act to protect individual rights
Which is an example of check and balance for the Legislative Branch?
Separation of Powers is defined as
The Bill of Right can be defined as
Popular sovereignty
How does the Judicial Branch check and balance the Executive Branch and the Legislative Branch
The City government is responsible for
what is Property and sales taxes
What is the State Board of Education
The average kinetic energy of an object's particles
Heat moves from an area of ____ temperature to an area of ____ temperature
Temperature and heat are the same thing
A good conductor is:
Thermal Insulators are not good conductors of heat
What contributes to most convection currents on earth
Convection causes heat to transfer more slowly
Does thermal radiation require molecules for the transfer of heat?
Radiated heat travels in the form of _____________
Where does Geothermal energy come from?
What happens to molecules of a substance as it heats up?
Heat transferred by colliding molecules is called
Heat transferred by moving currents is called:
Heat transferred by way of electromagnetic waves is called:
The man who paddles the canoes to transport the furs and does all the hard work .
A fence made of wooden stakes.
The man who managed the day-to-day business of the trading post.
Someone who translates for you.
A long dock alongside the water to get to the ships.
a voyageur who winters over in the north.
The items to be transported
The materials you need to create a product or in daily living
A gathering of fur traders and voyageurs
Which is the port side?
A formation of canoes that travel together.
This is the most common form of stereotype
This occurs when someone does not accept another person because they are different in some way
A form of stereotype where we overemphasize differences between groups
An example of this form of stereotyping would be hating all germans because of WWII
The name of Melinda's high school
Assumed characteristics based on a large group of individuals whose beliefs, habits, and actions are similar.
What does Melinda's last name mean in italian?
The main character who undergoes a change or overcomes an obstacle
Giving human characteristics to inanimate objects or abstract ideas.
When the author presents hints or clues for something that will happen later in the book
A figure of speech in which a comparison is made between two unlike things that actually have something in common
Comparing two unlike things using like or as
Major turning point that allows the protagonist to resolve the conflict
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