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Telling time: Es la una menos diez
tell the time: 1:15
Telling time: 7:06
tell the time: 5:10
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La madre de mi padre es mi . . .
El hijo de mi hermana es mi . . .
La esposa de mi hermano es mi . . .
El padre de mi esposo es mi . . .
El esposo de mi hija es mi . . .
Step-sister
Parents
Girlfriend
Las gémelas
El nieto
Rabbit
Fish (as in a pet)
El padre de tu (your) padre
Yo soy la ___________ de mis (my) abuelos.
La hija de tu madrastra
El hermano de tu prima
El hijo de tu hermana.
What is inheritance tax?
What is a gift tax?
What is the internal revenue service?
What does earned income mean?
What does property tax mean?
What is a sale tax?
What is a local tax?
What the federal tax?
What is a sin tax?
What does tax deferred mean?
What is the name of the secret society that was out to for Kenyan's rights and independence?
Which European country first colonized South Africa?
What valuable resources were discovered in South Africa in the late 1800s?
Wht was the name of Nelson Mandela's Political Party?
What conflict broke out in Nigeria after independence was declared?
Who was the presidents when the policies of Apartheid officially end?
When did many African groups begin to challenge European colonial rule?
What was the purpose of the Berlin Conference?
Which European country gained the most land in Africa?
What is the forced control of one nation by another nation?
How did Muslims impact the Scientific Revolution?
Before the Scientific Revolution, what were the two main sources of European knowledge about the natural world?
Isaac Newton developed an explanation for which natural phenomenon?
Which of the following people believed in the geocentric world view?
How did Kepler help perfect the heliocentric theory?
Which of these people was responsible for developing the heliocentric theory
What is a hypothesis?
Geocentric theory states that
Heliocentric Theory states that...
The roots of the scientific revolution
Which Supreme court case that ruled that no African American could be a citizen of the United States?
What extended citizenship to all people born in the U.S. regardless of race?
What says that If you are born in the U.S. you are a citizen?
What is a non-citizen living in a country with permission and for an unlimited amount of time called?
What is a non-citizen who enters the U.S without legal permission called?
What are non-citizens who are generally granted amnesty when fleeing troubling situations in their country called?
What is the process of immigrants becoming a U.S. citizen called?
What is the process of denouncing citizenship for another country called?
What are the basic right to be free from unequal treatment based on certain protected characteristics such as race or gender called?
What Abolished slavery in the United States
What extended suffrage to African American males?
What Extended suffrage to women?
What lowered the voting age from 21 to 18?
What is taking voting rights away called?
What is requiring an amount of money that a citizen had to pay before he or she could vote called?
What could result in a literacy test before someone could vote?
What was only allowing African Americans to vote in the general election called?
Which case LEGALIZED SEGREGATION?
Which case outlawed ALL-WHITE primaries?
What was the official end to segregation in all public and private facilities with federal enforcement?
What is a stock?
What is a dividend?
What is a common stock?
What factors affect stock market?
What are blue chip stocks?
A preferred stock gives the owner a dividend before common stockholders.
What is a stock broker?
What is a stock exchange.
What is investing?
What is rate of return?
A form of organization which involves lots of levels and hierarchy, with officials at the top having the most power
two houses
to investigate for wrongdoing
income
to forcefully add (usually add taxes)
enforce
to reject
a person who officially represents their home government in a foreign country
the President's advisors
to explain the meaning of something
By what process do clouds form in the atmosphere?
Which of the following statements about groundwater is true?
By what process is the carbon in fossil fuels released into the atmosphere?
Which of the following sources of carbon takes the shortest time to form?
Acid rain form when air pollution combines with moisture in the atmosphere and falls to Earth as precipitation that has a low pH. Which of the following effects cannot be attributed to acid rain?
Forest fires can burn down all of the trees and plants living in an area. However, new growth can spring from the decaying organic matter left behind. What is the gradual, sequential regrowth of a community of species after a forest fire?
A biologist compares how different ecosystems undergo succession. Which feature might be used to distinguish secondary succession from primary succession?
A nursery owner wants Easter lillies to bloom in the spring and poinsettias to bloom during the December holidays. Which plant response would the owner manipulate to make sure each plant bloomed for the appropriate season?
Researchers have found that a local squirrel population fluctuates from year to year, increasing one year and decreasing the next. Which of the following factors would cause the squirrel population to grow?
All populations fluctuate in size. Which of the following is a non environmental factor that might cause a population to be reduced in size?
Which is a way in which the Central Arizona Project, which diverts water from the Colorado River, could have contributed to population growth in southern Arizona?
The population size that an environment can sustain is called the carrying capacity. Which of the following factors would not decrease the carrying capacity of a pond environment?
Imagine that a city located in a desert environment has grown significantly over the last few decades. Which statement best describes how the growth of the metropolitan city would impact the desert environment in the area?
Imagine that a nonnative bird species appears in an ecosystem. Which of the following will not be a likely change in the ecosystem?
The Yellowstone area contains organisms representing all trophic levels, including plants, algae, moss, fungi, blue jays, fish and grizzly bears. Which sequence best represents the transfer of energy through Yellowstone trophic levels?
Kerry drew the following food chain in her science notebook. Plants to grasshoppers to rats to owls. How would the grasshoppers be classified in this food chain?
Very rarely do ecosystems contain more than four trophic levels, because there is not enough energy to support more. In which trophic level is there the least energy available?
When supplies of a product decrease, the price of the product tends to increase. How might continuing increases in the price of fossil fules affect research on the development of renewable resources, such as wind power and solar energy?
Which is most associated with a thunderstorm?
Which type of weather is most often produced by a low air pressure system?
Which has the greatest effect on the temperature of a region?
Which best explains why weather across the United States continually changes?
When a low pressure system moves into North Carolina, which kind of weather will most likely occur?
Which best explains why wind occurs?
Throughout the year, there is usually some wind blowing at the beach during the day and night. What is the cause of these winds?
Which condition is connected with rainy weather?
Which has the greatest effect on temperature in parts of the United States with a moderate climate?
Low-pressure systems moving along the East Coast during winter months will have which effect?
How do clouds usually affect daytime temperature?
What is a W-2 form?
What is a W-4 form?
What does Withholding allowance mean?
What is income tax?
What is the 1040 EZ?
How do you become eligible to fill out a 1040a form?
What is a 1040?
What does unemployment compensation mean?
What is an adjusted gross income?
What is a taxable income?
What is another word for tax exempt income?
What is a standard tax deduction?
What is itemized tax deduction?
What is tax exemption?
What is a tax refund?
What is a text credit?
What is tax liability?
What is tax extension?
What is a tax audit?
What is an estate tax?
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La sobrina
Los hijos
Male cousin
Los hermanos
Which Constitutional principle focuses on dividing responsibility between the 3 branches of government?
Federalism is when the power is divided between who?
The policy that one branch of government can check on another branch of government is known as what policy?
The first ten amendments to the constitution is known as what?
What does it mean to plead the fifth?
Freedom of speech, religion, and the press are all incorporated in which amendment?
The highest court in the United States is
In the United States government, members of the cabinet directly report to whom?
How is the Vice President selected?
What is 138% of 250?
What percent of 80 is 8?
Twenty-four percent of the 25 swim team members are new on the team. How many members are new?
Which is the best estimate. 49% of 15.
While shopping, Lucinda spent $48. If the amount she spent was 15% of her savings, how much savings did she have before she shopped?
Yul has lunch at a restaurant. If his bill was $14.50 and Yul wants to leave a 20% tip, what is the amount he should leave for the tip?
An aquarium is on sale for $59.50. If this price represents a 15% discount from the original price, what is the original price to the nearest cent?
What is the percent of change from 100 to 150?
What is the total cost for a $20 haircut if you leave a 15% tip?
What is the simple interest paid if you deposit $1,000, accrue interest at a rate of 5%, for 2 years?
What is the percent of change from $300 to $200?
What is the price that the store will sell a tool set for if they pay $50 for it and sell it at a 10% markup?
How much simple interest will be earned on a deposit of $300 at 6.5% for 1 year?
What's the 1st letter in the alphabet?
What's the 2nd letter in the alphabet?
What's the 3rd letter in the alphabet?
What's the 4th letter in the alphabet?
What's the 5th letter in the alphabet?
What's the 6th letter in the alphabet?
What's the 7th letter in the alphabet?
What's the 8th letter in the alphabet?
What's the 9th letter in the alphabet?
What's the 10th letter in the alphabet?
In which taxonomic category are the members generally able to reproduce among themselves?
In order for a living thing to be classified as a member of a given species, it must —
Pinus virginianis, a type of tree, is probably most common in —
The term “binomial nomenclature” refers to an organism’s —
All organisms have two scientific names. What classification levels do these names identify?
The classification system for organisms is the basis for —
What is the level of classification in which organisms can mate with each other and where the offspring can also mate and produce offspring?
Acer Saccharum is the scientific name for the Sugar Maple and Acer Palmatum is the scientific name for the Japanese Maple. What is Acer in both of these tree names?
Animals that have vertebra and use gills to breathe are called —
A salamander is cold blooded and spends time in water and on land.
When a large body of water is close by:
When mountain ranges are nearby:
The higher the elevation:
The equator is warmer than Missouri because of:
Latitude effects:
It is summer in the northern hemisphere when it is:
It is spring in the northern hemisphere when it is:
The condition of the atmosphere in a particular time and place.
It is winter in the northern hemisphere when it is:
The average weather conditions in an area over a long time.
Earth has seasons because:
The higher the latitude:
Climate is determined by:
Most thermal energy in the Troposphere moves by:
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To determine whether a bone is broken, a doctor is most likely to use
Which organ system makes blood cells?
Which is NOT a function of the skeleton?
The spaces in bones are filled with a soft connective tissue called
What kind of motion is possible with hinge joint?
The injury in which a bone comes out of its joint is called a
Which type of muscle is found only in the heart?
Which type of muscle tires quickly during exercise?
washing your skin helps prevent
Nerves and blood vessels in the skin are located in the
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Limited Government is best summarized as
All of the following are purposes of government EXCEPT:
Monarchs did not have to answer to the people because they ONLY answered to God is true of which origin of government theory?
Locke wrote the people may rebel against their government when what happens?
Which of the following is NOT essential feature of a state?
The government must provide ways of resolving conflicts among members of society is under which principle of government?
What are the articles of confederation?
Which of the following was a problem under the articles of confederation?
Who initiated the Annapolis Convention?
Which compromise at the constitutional convention is an agreement between the Virginia Plan and the New Jersey Plan?
The ⅗ Compromise refers to counting who as only ⅗ of a person?
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Which type of wave is quickly transformed into heat?
Which waves can travel through outer space?
Sound waves travel slowest through which of the following materials?
What is the unit of measurement for the loudness of sound?
Which of the following determines pitch?
What phenomenon can cause something to begin vibrating without touching it?
What is the name for a building's effect on sound waves?
Increase in amplitude when two waves meet
Decrease in amplitude when two waves meet.
Longitudinal waves
Reflection
Transverse waves
Frequency modulation
Information transmitted as waves
Information transmitted as 1's and 0's
What is an overtone
How is your voice box, or larynx, like a musical instrument?
An animal with no backbone
Which one is a type of Fungi?
A characteristic of a plant
Vertebrate means
A spider is a type of
A series of behavioral changes an animal goes through
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Land and sea breezes are an example of
Cooler air will always
Warmer air will always
How do the heating and cooling rates of land and water compare?
During the day, how do the temperatures of land and water compare?
At night, how do the temperatures of land and water compare?
When air moves from the sea to the land it is called
When air moves from the land to the sea it is called
Warm air over land rising and cool air from the sea taking it's place describes which breeze?
Warm air over the sea rising and cool air from the land taking its place describes which breeze?
Who is the primary author of the Decloration of Independence?
Popular Sovereignty is the idea that-
In order to protect each branch of government from being to powerful, the founders set up a system of-
A form of government where the people rule through elected representatives is known as?
John Jay was the?
Laissez- Faire is also known as?
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What is a piece of land surrounded on three sides by water?
How many ranges make up the Sierra Madre?
What is a land with different territories and peoples under a single ruler?
What was the earliest civilization living in Mexico?
What name did Spaniards give people of mixed European and Indian ancestry?
What name did Spaniards give people of mixed European and African ancestry?
Church outposts were also known as what?
Haciendas are huge what?
The main language in Mexico is what?
The main religion in Mexico is what?
Inflation is a rise in what?
The practice of burning down forests to make more farmland is what?
An example of a cash crop in Mexico would be what?
A mixture of smoke, chemicals, and fog is called what?
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موجات الضوء تنتقل
سرعة الضوء تكون
الطول الموجي للضوء
مقدار الطاقة التي تحملها الموجات الضوئية
للموجات الكهرومغناطيسية مجال واسع من الترددات ، والأطوال الموجية يسمى
الموجات التي تنقل المعلومات إلى أجهزة التلفاز والمذياع هي
موجات الطيف الكهرومغناطيسي التي لها أكبر طاقة وأعلى تردد وأقصر أطوال موجية تسمى
تصدر جميع الأجسام الساخنة
الموجات التي تسبب عند التعرض لها لفترات طويلة حرق الجلد
eggs
scrambled eggs
fried eggs
hard-boiled eggs
cereal
oatmeal
grapefruit
bread
toast
jam
butter
margarine
ham
bacon
cheese
milk
juice
chocolate
coffee
tea
The relative age of a rock is
The law of superposition states that, in horizontal layers of sedimentary rock, each layer is i
What is the age of an intrusion of igneous rock in relation to the sedimentary rock layers through which it passes?
A rock layer's ___________ age is its age compared to the ages of other rock layers.
A(n) ___________ is a gap in the geologic record where some rock layers have been lost because of erosion.
The _________ age of a rock is the number of years since the rock formed.
Lava that hardens on a surface is called an
An _________ is when the magma cools and hardens into a mass of igneous rock.
A(n) _________ fossil is a fossil that must be widely distributed and represent a type of organism that existed only briefly.
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What type of government is ruled by a group of people?
What type of government is where all the citizens get to participate through voting?
What was the name of the first plan of government for our new United States?
Which man is known as the Father of the Constitution and was the most important delegate during the writing of the Constitution?
The United States Constitution, our main law of our country, is divided into 3 parts. What are those 3 parts?
Which branch of government is made up of the Judges and Jury?
Which branch of the government is made up of the House of Representatives and the Senate? Also, can make laws and pass taxes.
Which branch of government is made up of the President and Vice President, and has the power to veto?
What word means CHANGES that are made to the United States Constitution?
What are the first 10 amendments to the United States Constitution called?
What was the name of the large land purchase that DOUBLED the size of the United States?
Who was the first president of the United States?
What do we call the first people to enter into a region back in the late 1700s?
Who was the War of 1812 fought against?
What was the nickname for the War of 1812?
Which president that was elected during the early 1800s was labeled as a common man?
Once Congress passed the Indian Removal Act in 1831, Native Americans were forced to move west to Indian Territory to what present day state?
What was the name of the 800 mile journey that the Native Americans were forced to take by the U.S. army?
The idea of sudden wealth drew thousands of people to California. What was this event known as?
Yo - venir
Ella - querer
Ellos - venir
Nosotros - hacer
Vosotros - hacer
Tú - querer
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What is the name given to the period in the late 1500s in Europe when European thinkers created the scientific method?
What is the scientific method?
Which religion or group preserved ancient texts?
How did the Renaissance help start the Enlightenment?
How did Christians influence the Scientific Revolution?
How did Muslim scientists influence the Scientific Revolution in Europe?
Who discovered the laws of gravity?
What does geocentric mean?
What does heliocentric mean?
Who supported the Geocentric theory?
A reaction in which a single compound breaks down to form two or more simpler substances is called a(n) ______________________________.
A(n) ______________________________ is a reaction in which a gas, a solid precipitate, or a molecular compound forms from the apparent exchange of atoms or ions between two compounds.
A substance that forms in a chemical reaction is called a(n) _________________________.
A(n) ______________________________ is a chemical reaction that requires heat.
A representation of a chemical reaction that uses symbols to show the relationship between the reactants and the products is called a(n) _________________________.
_________________________ is the energy released when a chemical compound reacts to produce new compounds.
A reaction in which one element or radical takes the place of another element or radical in a compound is called a(n) ______________________________.
A(n) _________________________ is a substance that changes the rate of a chemical reaction without being consumed or changed significantly.
A(n) ______________________________ is a chemical reaction in which heat is released to the surroundings.
A reaction in which two or more substances combine to form a new compound is called a(n) ______________________________.
A substance or molecule that participates in a chemical reaction is called a(n) ______________________________.
A type of protein that speeds up metabolic reactions in plants and animals without being permanently changed or destroyed is called a(n) ______________________________.
The oxidation reaction of an organic compound, in which heat is released is called ______________________________.
When an egg and sperm unite outside of a female’s body, it is called
Before a grasshopper reaches adulthood, it becomes a(n)
A seed develops into a new plant through
When a sperm cell from a male and an egg from a female join, what has occurred?
The chemical instructions that determine which traits a person will inherit are carried in the
The sum of traits passed down from one generation to the next is
An offspring that has just begun to develop is a(n)
A series of growth stages that are different and distinct from one another is called
A characteristic such as blue eyes is a(n)
The transfer of pollen from the stamen to the pistil of a flower is called
What kind of behavior does a bird use to build its nest?
How many stages of development take place in complete metamorphosis?
Jordan has green eyes, but both her parents have brown eyes. Her parents must
Which of the following will form a plant’s first leaves after germination?
Which part of the flower attracts animals to pollinate the plant?
Which part of the flower covers and protects the bud?
Which part of the flower is the male part that holds pollen?
Which part of the flower is the female part and contains eggs?
Put the stages of complete metamorphosis in order.
What are the three main parts of a seed?
the line of 0 degrees longitude from which east and west locations are measured.
a strait is
a swamp is
a flat landform is called
an imaginary line around the middle of the Earth is called
A study of the Earth's surface, focusing on descriptions of places and the people who live in them is
Everything people make, think and do is called
rain water that carries large amounts of chemicals
the pattern of weather in a place over many years is called
a structure that carries water from one place to another is called
a tropical wind that blows from the northeast and southeast toward the equator is called
related to regions near the equator; a tropical climate is very warm and moist is
a tropical storm in the Pacific Ocean that brings high winds and heavy rainfall
where a place is...
latitude is
longitude is
a glacier is
erosion is
a delta is
a long poem about heroic deeds
a short tale that teaches a lesson
a priest or priestess who could tell the future
a traditional story about gods and goddesses
the highest mountain in Greece, home to the gods
Through mythology, the Greek people expressed their
This Greek poet wrote may poems about heroic deeds, including the Iliad.
What two types of drama did Greeks perform as part of their religious festivals?
What was the name of the Greek slave that made up many fables?
Muscles that help bones move by working in pairs to contract and relax.
This body system responds to the environment quickly.
This body system responds to the environment slowly.
The testes produce the hormone
Melatonin is produced by the ____________. Melatonin regulates __________.
The cell that sends messages around the body is the
This body system sends signals through the body using hormones.
What are the main structures of the nervous system?
True or False: One reason the teenage brain is different than the adult brain is that decisions are more emotional than logical.
The hypothalamus
The pancreas produces ________ to regulate _______.
a beam in tension
a beam in compression
the weight of force acting on a structure
a load that is unchanging
a load that is changing
a center support under a bridge
A material undergoing a squeezing force is subject to ________________.
A material undergoing a stretching force is subject to _______________.
In an arch bridge, the compressive stress the load creates is spread over the _____________.
As a bridge material, concrete is _________ compression, and __________ under tension.
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The purpose of a structure is to _____________.
Which of the following is NOT an example of a dynamic load?
The design and construction of structures must __________________.
Truss bridges make use of which shape in their design?
A material undergoing a sliding and separating force is subject to _________.
A material undergoing a squeezing force is subject to __________.
A material undergoing a stretching force is subject to __________.
Because concrete is weak in tension, it is ________________.
Cables used to support a bridge from above are called ____________.
A beam in tension
What is the direction and distance the object is from a point of reference?
What is the formula to find the speed of an object?
If a car traveled 200 km in 2 hours. What would be the cars speed?
Direction is the path along which something is moving. Direction can be described using words, such as:
What describes botht eh speed of an object and the direction in which it is traveling?
Albert lives 1/2 mile from school. When he is late, he runs all the way there. It takes him 3.9 minutes to get from his house to the school. At what speed does Albert run?
What can generally be defined as a change in position?
If you have a mass of 80 grams and a weight of 200 lbs. What would happen to your weight and mass if you were on the moon
A force is defined as
What is the sum of all the unbalanced forces on an object?
What are forces that cancel each other out because they are equal in strength and opposite in direction?
What is acceleration?
What is Mass?
Force = Mass x Acceleration, when you increase the weight of an object what happens to its rate of acceleration
If an object has 20 Newton's of force pushing it up, but 40 Newton's of force pulling it down. What direction is the object moving?
A person is pushing a shopping cart with 10N of force to the right, but friction is acting on it with a force of 2N to the left. What is the amount and direction of the net force?
Which of the following is a force that acts only in direct contact?
You are biking to the park. you travel 100 km in the first 2 hours. During the next 2 hours, you travel 50 kilometers. What was your average speed?
If you need a loan, it is much more expensive to use a
Today, there are a range of businesses hat help people and organizations to save, invest, and manage money. These businesses are
Consumers who use financial institutions usually look for these kinds of services:
Which of the following offer checking accounts, savings accounts, check cashing, consumer loans, certificates of deposit, and deposit insurance to customers?
Which of the following typically insures banks and savings and loan companies in the United States?
Which of the following typically insures credit unions in the United States?
Consumers who do not have bank accounts sometimes choose to use ____________ when they need to cash a check
Which of the following is NOT a benefit of putting your money in a savings account?
!!!!! What is a problem with putting your money in a money market account?
If you plan to use your money to pay expenses frequently, you will want to put it in a
What is a person or group of people in charge of a country that make laws and interpret them?
What is the management of money called?
What type of government is in charge of an area in a country?
What type of government is in charge of an entire country?
What type of government is where the central government has the most of the power?
What type of government is when the local government has most of the power?
What type of government has shared power?
The type of government where one person is the ruler is called _________.
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You are sweeping sand off the back steps of your house. How would you describe what happens to the sand particles?
What best describes the kind of motion a bike's wheels show?
Mr Knight is taking a train ride from Greenville to Columbia. The train travels 170 kilometers in 2 hours and 30 minutes. What is the average speed of the train?
Which of these would change direction most often? Choose the best answer
Results of Race: Runner K- 2 minutes 5 seconds; Runner L- 1 minute 44 seconds; Runner M- 2 minutes 15 seconds; Runner N- 1 minute 52 seconds Which runner had the highest average speed?
Partway through a horse race, Midnight is ahead of Silver. Which of these statements must be true?
You are riding in a car that has a speed of 50 kilometers per hour. You look out the window and see another car driving on the road that appears to be standing still. How would you explain this?
A toy train is going around a circular track. What can you conclude about the forces acting on the train?
Which would you expect to have the greatest amount of friction?
When would a person most likely use a lubricant?
Why are people advised to drive more slowly when it is raining?
A rectangular block rests on one of its long sides on the floor. Barry rotates the block so that it rests on one of its short sides. Compare the friction force between the block and the floor before and after Barry moved the block.
In southwestern India, the climate is warm and dry most of the year. From June to September, the climate changes when winds crossing the Indian Ocean bring heavy monsoon rains. In contrast, Southern China is warm but receives rain throughout the
The establishment of a democracy in India and the establishment of Portuguese as the official language of Brazil indicates that European colonizers
In recent years, companies from more developed nations have often built new production facilities in less developed nations. This outsourcing has occurred because less developed nations frequently have
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
Muslim peoples from the Middle East crossed into India, where they spread the Islamic religion. How was their migration route most affected by physical geography?
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
Which statement about Asia’s monsoons is most accurate
Which of these names a system of social classes
Which term best describes hiring someone outside a company to do work that was once done by the company's own workers?
The Himalayas were created by
Which of these names a type of government in which a ruler's powers are limited by a constitution?
According to Hindu beliefs, which of the following rivers brings life to its people
Which of the following is the religion of most people who live in India
Which South Asian island nation is severely threatened by global warming and rising sea levels?
India's population is now
Bangladesh can accurately be described as a country that
Why did East and West Pakistan split into two different countries?
From #1: Of the class, what is the relative frequency for students with a pet and a sibling?
From #1: What is the relative frequency for having a pet based on if you have a sibling or not
From #2: What do the relative frequencies tell you about which club you might join based on your math ability?
From #2: What do the relative frequencies tell you about what your math ability is based on which club you joined?
From #3: What do the relative frequencies tell you about how satisfied you are with your job based on your income level?
From #3: What do the relative frequencies tell you about the job satisfaction based on the people surveyed?
From #4: What do the relative frequencies tell you about which gender is more likely to have a summer job?
From #5: What do the relative frequencies tell you about your participation in a sport based on your grade level in school?
From #5: What do the relative frequencies tell you about which grade level is more likely to participate in a sport?
From #6: What do the relative frequencies tell you about whether your sibling attends the same school as you based on the student's surveyed?
When keying a formulas in a spreadsheet, what must you key to inform the program that you are entering a formula instead of entering text?
A sales manager has requested the total sales of the first quarter. Which function will be used?
ABC Corporation has listed all of its sales information for one product in the cell range A1 to K1. Where is this sales information displayed?
Urla needs to total the cells A1:A10, what is the quickest method to find the answer?
Paul has to enter unit price for an product, who will this data be classified?
Paul has to enter the zip code for a client. How will this data be classified?
ABC Corporation has listed all it’s produced in the cell range A1 to A45, where are the products displayed?
After entering the number of sales for the first quarter, where will they align?
Urla needs to total the cells A1:A10, what is the quickest method to find the answer?
After entering the number of sales for the first quarter, where will they align?
A sales manager has requested the total sales for the first quarter. Which function will be used?
A sales manager has requested the highest sale for the first quarter. Which function will be used?
A sales manager has requested the lowest sale for the first quarter. Which function will be used?
The transfer of thermal energy (the faster the particles of an substance are moving, the higher the thermal energy).
The energy from the Sun, which provides heat and light energy for Earth
The energy stored in particles of matter.
The energy flowing in an electric circuit.
The energy due to the motion (kinetic) and position (potential) of an object
Stored energy
Energy an object has due to its motion
A stretched rubber band has ______________________ energy.
Water behind a dam has __________________energy because it can fall down the dam.
____________________increases as an object moves faster. A moving car has __________________ energy. If the car moves faster, it has more __________ energy
What is the effect of a country investing in capital goods such as factories, machineries, and technology?
During the years of apartheid, some African nations refused to buy products from South Africa. This is an example of
All of the following are examples of entrepreneurs EXCEPT
Educaiton, training, and healthcare are all
Based on gross domestic product, the country in Africa with the largest economy is
Saudi government has encouraged the development of industries other than oil in an attempt to
Which statement describes the economies of many Southwest Asian countries today?
Which of the following is true of Iran' s economy?
In 1973, OPEC natins refused to sell oil to the United States. This was an example of
Why is Saudi government increasing spending on education and training for its young people?
The economies of Israel, Turkey, and Saudi Arabia are all
How did the discovery of oil impact the economies of Southwest Asia?
The government of Saudi Arabia has increased its spending on education and training. This is an investment in
Japan has a trade surplus. This means that it
All of the following are trade barriers EXCEPT
This substance provides the body with the materials necessary to grow, energy and the ability to repair tissues.
Which of the following is not a nutrient the body needs to survive
Which of the following organs is not part of the excretory system?
The system of the body that breaks down food, absorbs nutrients and eliminates solid wastes
The process by which food is broken down by physical means, like crushing and squeezing
The process by which food is broken down by methods like dissolving or burning away
Where molecules pass through the digestive system into the blood
The process of removal of waste
This is the place where digestion starts
This part of the mouth is capable of mechanical digestion
This part/ component of or in the mouth is capable of conducting chemical digestion
Another word for the food tube- the scientific word for the tube that runs from mouth to stomach
This muscular pouch can conduct both chemical and mechanical digestion
This tube of smooth muscle conducts all of the absorption of nutrients during digestion
This large organ makes green bile, needed to breakdown fats
This is the organ of the excretory system responsible for removing urea from the blood, forming urine
This organ makes digestive enzymes that are needed to breakdown fats, proteins and sugars
This digestive organ's main job is to absorb water back into the body so it is not lost in waste.
This is the only digestive organ responsible for excretion of waste
This is the name given for this organ, made up of smooth muscle, responsible for storing urine before elimination.
Which best describes a sound wave?
Which waves have the highest frequency?
Sound waves are least likely to travel through which material?
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Why are elements in group 18 most likely called the noble gases?
According to the videos and discussion, you can conclude that Milton Hershey was-
When Milton Hershey's caramel candy company failed, he most likely felt-
When Hershey was able to produce his products in the factory making chocolate cheaper, the people most likely felt-
Which detail supports the idea that Hershey thought education was important?
The reader can conclude from watching the videos about Hershey that -
What can you conclude about the town of Hershey, PA?
The reader can conclude from the article that Hershey's mom-
In the article in Week 18 Hershey valued education because-
You can infer that Hershey would be honored to know-
What is the best theme for the article?
a beam of light
the point at which light becomes focused
distance along the optical axis from the center of the mirror to the focal point
a mirror or lens that curves inward and causes light waves to converge or meet
a mirror or lens that curves outward and causes light waves to diverge or spread apart
What is the speed of light in empty space?
Light waves travel faster through which of the following?
a mirror or lens that curves inward and causes light waves to diverge
a mirror or lens that curves outward and causes light waves to converge or meet
When an object reflects reflects all the light waves that strike it, it looks ______________ and when an object reflects none of the light waves that strike it, it looks _____________.
How do you say in Spanish ´carpenter´?
How do you say in Spanish ´firefighter´?
How do you say in Spanish ´doctor´?
How do you say in Spanish ´pilot´?
How do you say in Spanish ´mechanic´?
How do you say in Spanish ´mailman´?
How do you say in Spanish ´ballerina´?
How do you say in Spanish ´policeman´?
How do you say in Spanish ´teacher´?
How do you say in Spanish ´barber´?
Surface currents are horizontal movement of ocean water caused by what?
The effect of Earth's rotation on the direction of winds and currents is called the?
A table that shows the time of low and high tides is called a?
The warm ocean current that flows from the Caribbean northward through the Atlantic Ocean is called the?
The highest point of a wave is called the?
The distance between wave crests is call the?
The movement of cold water upward from the deep ocean is called?
A collapsing ocean wave that forms in shallow water and breaks onto the shore is called a?
A giant wave caused by an earthquake on the ocean floor is called a(n)?
Daily changes in the level of ocean water caused by gravity of the moon and sun are called?
A high or low tide that occurs when the sun, earth and moon are aligned so that the gravity of the sun and moon makes the tides higher or lower than average is called the?
A tide with the least difference between high and low tide that happens two times a month when the sun and moon pull at right angles to each other is called the?
What was the main motivation of European nations that funded exploration of the world?
Exploration was sparked by a desire to find trade routes to which countries?
What is the primary reason European nations supported explorers who sailed west in hopes of finding a quick route to Asia?
Which slogan represents the three main reasons men wanted to explore the world?
Why did the French and English settle in North America?
What was the goal of early European explorers in the Age of Discovery?
Which European country was the first to explore the possibility of an all ¬water trade route to Asia?
What was a result of Europe's search for an all¬ water trade route to Asia?
In what general direction did most European nations travel during the Age of Discovery?
What route of exploration was taken by Portuguese explorers during the Age of Discovery?
What is the difference between the mechanical transfer and the thermal transfer of energy?
How does the electromagnetic transfer of energy differ from the electrical transfer of energy?
In what way is conduction different from convection?
At which point does the transfer of heat from one object to another stall?
What factors determine how much an object’s temperature increases when struck by light other electromagnetic waves?
How is infrared light different from visible light?
How does ultraviolet light compare to visible light and infrared light?
What did scientists create to help people determine whether or not they are overexposed to harmful ultraviolet rays?
Why are metals useful in cooking?
Why are cooking utensils often made of materials such as rubber and plastic?
What is the purpose of installing expansion joint strips in bridges?
What role do metals and non-metals play in the transfer of heat?
Throughout the poem, I Saw My Teacher on Saturday, the speaker feels-
The poet uses exclamation points to-
This poem is a narrative because-
When you read a poem, you should number the lines because-
You can tell that a poem rhymes by looking at the-
For what reason would the poet use repetition-
Besides the use of repetition, the poet/author might emphasize words by-
I thought that I would die! This helps the reader understand that the speaker is-
The poet usually uses sensory descriptions to help the reader-
The poet writes- so many rows of jars and cansso little room to hide- to express that the speaker -
THIS NUMBER OF THUNDERSTORMS HAPPEN ON EARTH EACH DAY...
THE STAGES OF THUNDERSTORM FORMATION IN ORDER ARE...
MOST TORNADOES IN THE UNITED STATES OCCUE DURING THE MONTHS OF...
TORNADO FORMATION IN ORDER IS...
THIS SCALE MEASURES THE STRENGTH OF A TORNADO
HURRICANE WIND SPEEDS CAN REACH UP TO HOW MANY MILES PER HOUR?
WORLDWIDE, ON AVERAGE, THERE ARE HOW MANY HURRICANES EVERY YEAR?
ANOTHER NAME FOR THE RING IN A HURRICANE IS...
ANOTHER NAME FOR THE WAVES OF WATER THAT GO ONTO LAND DURING A HURRICANE IS...
THUNDERSTORMS USUALLY LAST HOW LONG?
The _____ needs to take place in a location that will allow participants to swim, run, and bike.
After reading the first two books, I quickly started the final book of the _____.
It's hard to believe that three months have passed and we are starting a new ___ already.
The castaway fashioned a _____, like the Ancient Greeks, to spear fish so he could survive until being rescued.
A rectangle and a rhombus are both _____.
A string _____ instruments include 2 violins, a viola, and a cello.
There are 8 ounces in a cup, 2 cups in a pint, 2 pints in a _____, and 4 _____ in a gallon.
The USA's headquarters for defense has five separate wings and is in the shape of a _____.
Some say that a _____ is the symbol for witchcraft, but it's just a five-pointed star.
There was a mother on the news yesterday who had just given birth to five babies and named one of the _____ Quinn.
In a baseball game, pitcher throws the ball to the batter. The batter hits the ball. What is always true about the ball's motion after it has been hit?
A leaf is blowing in the breeze. Eventually it falls to the ground. What force has made the leaf come down?
Which of these are forces that can act on objects without touching them?
Which of these can affect the amount of friction between two objects?
What kind of force can cause two objects to push away from each other without touching?
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a bundle of nerve fibers
the part of the brain that lies between the cerebellum and spinal cord and controls the bodys involuntary actions
the division of the nervous system that consists of the brain and spinal cord
a neuron that picks up stimuli from the internal or external environment and converts each stimulus into a nerve impulse
an action or change in behavior that occurs of a result of stimulus
the division of the nervous system consisting of all the nerves located outside of the CNS
a neuron that sends an impulse to a muscle or gland causing the muscle or gland to react
the junction where one neuron can transfer an impulse to the next structure
a thick column of nervous tissue hat links the brain to most of the nerves in the peripheral nervous system
any change or signal in the environment that can make an organism react a certain way
a cell that carries info through the nervous system
the part of the rain that coordiates the actions of the muscles and helps maintain balance
a threadlike extension of a neuron that caries nerve impulses
the part of the brain that interprets input from the senses, controls movement and carries out complex mental processes
a threadlike extension of a neuron that carries impulses away from the cell body
the group of neves in the peripheral nervous system that controls involuntary actions
the message carried by a neuron
an automatic that occurs rapidly and without concious control
the part of the CNS that is located in the skull and contols most functions in the body
With a convex mirror, if the object is farther away than the focal point, a single point on the optical axis, the image will appear ___________________ and get _______________ as it moves away from the mirror.
With a convex mirror, if the object is closer than the focal point, a single point on the optical axis, the image will appear ___________________ and get _______________ as it moves closer to the mirror.
Light waves spread out in all directions and you look at only one light wave, it is called a light ___________________.
Light waves are part of the __________________________ because the y can travel through empty space and DO NOT need a ______________.
Light waves can travel through space and don't need a medium because their particles are _________________.
When light strikes an object, they can travel in _______________ direction(s) and some are _____________________.
We see objects because light is bouncing off of the objects traveling to your eyes. We receive ________________ light waves bouncing off the object.
Most of the objects in the universe ________________ light.
When natural light enters a prism, the colors on the visible spectrum are separated into their different ___________________.
If an object is not transparent, then the light waves that hit the object are both __________________.
Helped increase communication worldwide. The internet played the largest role. Television played the biggest role in the 1950s’-60s with the consumer economy along with showing current events such as the Vietnam War.
Acid Rain (caused by pollution from coal) Ozone Layer (damaging the environment/causing skin cancer)
Women are still having issues gaining rights in the Middle East. Women had led the government in India, The Philippines, Nicaragua Great Britain. Women have faced discrimination at work in the past.
The largest terrorist attacks on the U.S., Al-Qaeda was responsible. They were supported by the government of Afghanistan known as the Taliban which was defeated in in late 2001. This conflict changed many American’s view of religion. War on Terror
Started because of Saddam Hussein’s invasion of Kuwait in 1990. It brought in the U.S. the United Nations into a war in 1991.
The conflict between Israel and the Arab countries in the Middle East was mainly due to ________.
Dealt with Segregation from the late 1940s - 1990s between the majority blacks the minority whites.
Mostly occurred in the 1960s. First country to gain independence was Ghana. Kenya soon followed after the movement by Jomo Kenyatta.
The movement started with the Sepoy Rebellion in the 1800s. Gandhi led the movement(Boycotts - Salt March, Non-Violent). The country gained independence in 1947 from Great Britain. It was split into India (Hindu) Pakistan (Islam) due to religion
Alliance of 27 countries in Europe which made trading between its members easier. All countries in the EU use the Euro as its form of money.
Broke up in the 1990s due many different ethnic groups.
The communist superpower broke up in 1991 due to a bad economy warfare.
A transparent object with one curved side that causes light to bend.
a mirror or lens that curves outward is _____________________and is thicker in center than at edges a (also called a converging lens).
An example of a convex lens would be a _________________.
lens that is thicker at edges than in the middle and is called a diverging lens.
Identify which of the following does not spread out light, but instead compacts light waves together:
Identify which object's light energy spreads out as it travels.
Identify which of the following has a single convex lens and therefore light converges:
uses concave mirrors to gather light from distant objects
uses two convex lenses to form an image of a far object (light converges)
uses combination of mirrors and lenses to magnify tiny objects
How many oxygen atoms in CO2 ?
How many oxygen atoms in 3CO2 ?
How many atoms in 4NaCl ?
How many molecules in 12 HOH ?
How many hydrogen atoms in 12 HOH ?
How many elements in NaClHNOPS ?
How many sodium atoms in 5NaClS ?
How many atoms in 14NaCl ?
Which is NOT a compound?
How many total atoms are in 4 H2SO4 ?
The cental nervous system consists of
The brain receives_______ of the blood pumped by the heart
the ________ nervous system prepares the body for sudden stress
What is the relay center between the brain and the spinal cord?
controls body temperature, blood pressure, and emotions
which area in the cerbral cortex starts impulses responsible for all voluntary movement?
which area of the cerebral cortex receives impulses from sense receptors?
which area of the cerebral cortex is responsible for memory, learning, and thought?
the cerebral cortex has many folds called
reflexes are
the cerebellum helps with
the medulla oblongata connects the spinal cord to
which is not a type of memory?
the spinal cord connects the nerves of the___________ with the brain
the spinal cord controls certain_________ which are automatic responses
the ______________ prepares the body for rest
what type of peripheral neuron transmits information away from the CNS?
what type of peripheral neuron collects infromation from the body and transmits it towards the CNS?
the autonomic nervous sytem regulates activites that are
The somatic nervous system regulates activites that are
What does the number above the symbol for each element represent?
Which is an indicator of a chemical reaction?
Which is the best describes the result of a chemical reaction?
What do we have to know about an element to reproduce it synthetically?
Na is a highly reactive metal, Cl is a poisonous gas, table salt is made of both. Why is table salt safe to eat?
Which element is most likely germanium (Ge)?
Why is Carbon MOST like germanium (Ge)?
Insecticides kill insects and may affect human health. Why are they most likely still used?
How do covalent bonds form?
Which atomic properties best describe an atom of cobalt (Co)?
Why is copper most likely used more often than gold in electrical wiring?
Which best describes a solution?
Triclosan and bleach kill bacteria. Why is only Triclosan in hand soap?
What is the charge of just the nucleus of an atom?
A student pours hydrochloric acid into the flask and puts the zinc in a balloon, puts the balloon on the flask and lets the zinc fall into the flask. Bubbles form, the balloon expands and the flask heats up. Which of the following statements is true?
Zinc is normally silver. After the experiment, the zinc was black. Why did the zinc turn black?
What will most likely increase the rate of bubble formation?
A medicine is a sleeping pill but if pregnant women take it, her fetus is a great risk to birth defects. Which statement is most accurate?
What occurs in every chemical reaction?
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What happened in the third phase of industrialization in the North?
What are some ways that the rise of industry shaped North compared to the South?
Phase one of industrialization in the North was that ____.
In 1846 Elias Howe invented the _____, which helped workers make clothing in mass quantities.
Robert Fulton improved transportation with his commercially successful version of the ____.
The Midwest was connected to the East by 1860 because of ____.
After the Great Train Wreck of 1856, newspapers demanded that railroads _____.
The steel-tipped plow, developed by _____, allowed farmers to cut through the hard-packed prairie sod.
The invention of the thresher helped farmers ____.
In spite of improvements in agriculture during this era, the North became more _____.
The term “Runagate” likely comes from the word renegade, which means
The lack of punctuation in lines 1–20 suggests the Runagate’s
In the phrase “darkness thicketed with shapes of terror” (line 2), the poet most likely chose the word thicketed to suggest
Which line suggests a slave saying good-bye before running away?
The speaker who says “my Pompey” (line 21) and “my Anna” (line 23) is a
The sentence “They’ll . . . turn into scorpions when you try to catch them” (lines 27–29) means that fugitive slaves
Describing Harriet Tubman as “woman of the earth, whipscarred” (line 39) conveys that she is a
The phrase “bladed air” (line 46) most likely means that the
Harriet Tubman is “In league with Garrison Alcott Emerson / Garrett Douglass Thoreau John Brown” (lines 55–56) because they are all
The phrases “movering movering, / over trestles of dew, through caves of the wish” (lines 67–68) suggest that the Underground Railroad runs on
Identify the primary colors:
Our brain interpret _____________________ color(s) entering our eyes at the same time.
The Law of Reflection states that when a light ray reflects on a surface, the light ray leaves that surface at _______________ angle(s) from which it came
Per the Law of Reflection measured by a normal line, the angle of incidence is _________________ to the angle of reflection.
With Regular/Diffuse Reflection, the ______________ of the object will determine the SHARPNESS of reflection.
Scattering of light occurs when light waves traveling in _______________ direction(s) are made to travel in ____________________ direction(s).
Diffuse Reflection is a(n) ________________ reflection of light rays on a ________________ surface.
A plane mirror has a _________________ reflecting surface.
The image you see off a plane mirror is placed in ________________direction(s) of real image.
Regular reflection is the _______________ reflection of light on a(n) _______________ surface.
An object which only allows some light to pass through.
An object which allows all light to pass through.
An object that allows no light to pass through.
A surface mirror that is curved inward.
A surface mirror that is curved outward.
Causes light rays to come together or converge.
Causes light rays to spread away from each other or diverge.
A straight line drawn perpendicular to the concave/convex mirror.
A single point on the optical axis.
The length of the focal point to the concave/convex mirror.
a group of nerves in the PNS that controls voluntary movement
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Which type of field allows you to select more than one choice from a list?
To delete a field in Datasheet View, select the column, right click, and then click Delete Field from the
The Caption field property is used for which field type?
the ability to cause motion or create change
energy of motion
energy that is stored in an object
energy in the form of vibrations passing through matter
number of waves that pass a point in a certain amount of time
distance between a point on one wave and a similar point on the next wave
how high or low a sound is
a measure of how strong a sound seems to us
the height of a wave measured from its midline
the bending of light when it passes into a new medium
occurs when an object takes in light waves
occurs when light rays bounce off a surface
the transfer of heat that occurs when one thing touches another
the transfer of thermal energy as matter moves
energy that is sent out in waves
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As a young boy on Corsica, to what country did Napoleon receive a scholarship to go to school
What did Napoleon revolutionize?
When he was exiled, who replace Napoleon as leader of France?
How many ships did Napoleon seize to take back to France from his exile
Where was Napoleon born?
What was the island of Corsica (Napoleon's birthplace) going through the year he was born?
What did Napoleon claim changed his life?
Who was the French Queen who was completely detached from the suffering of the poor in France. She is attributed with the quote...Let them eat cake.
What was the execution device developed by Louis XIV's administration considered to be more humane than traditional means of execution at the time.
To what Island was Napoleon exiled the first time?
Which of these rose to power as the leader of France after Louis XVI was overthrown in the French Revolution?
What was the time during the French revolution that saw mass executions of those who wanted to return to a monarcvhy or opposed the new government in some way?
What battle is considered Napoleon's greatest defeat and the final end of Napoleon's leadership of France?
There were said to have been 3 Estates during the French Revolution; which of the following was the 1st Estate?
There were said to have been 3 Estates during the French Revolution; which of the following was the 2nd Estate?
There were said to have been 3 Estates during the French Revolution; which of the following was the 3rd Estate?
Bonus were you watching question :-). Napoleon is almost always portrayed riding on what color horse?
As Napoleon was leading the successful expansion of France's empire in Europe, Josephine did not respond to his letters home. Why?
Code-name for the American program, led by J. Robert Oppenheimer, to build an atomic bomb
Hitler became the essential dictator of Germany in which decade?
What war during the 1930s greatly influenced the development of military tactics that were used in WWII?
What was the last major attempt at a peaceful resolution with Germany prior to the outbreak of WWII?
What event began World War II?
This was a line of fortifications across the French border with Germany.
The British Expeditionary Force was made to evacuate France in 1940 through the French port of
Who was the leader of the Soviet Union during World War II?
The decisive city battle of the Eastern European Front was
When did Pearl Harbor occur?
Which earth layer is the least dense ?
Which earth layer is the most dense ?
What is the second Earth layer?
What are earth's layers from densest to least dense ?
Which of these could best be used to model Earth's layers?
What are earth's layers from the center to the surface?
Which of these would make the best model of Earth's crust?
Which of the Earth's layers makes up the center?
Which earth layer is the thickest?
Which layer is a completely solid layer?
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Which of the following best describes how an objective lens of a telescope helps a meterologist observe the moon
Which is the most logical procedure in a lab experiment?
Which peice of equipment is used appropriately?
Which is the most likely testable question?
What should students do to determine whether the force of the air from a balloon is enough to push a car 40 centimeters across the same floor in repeated trials?
Yo voy ________________________ para nadar.
Tú vas ________________________ para ir de compras.
Mi amigo y yo vamos ________________________ para comer el almuerzo.
Vosotros vais ________________________ para montar a caballo.
Devin y Ricky van ________________________ para levantar pesas.
MacKenzie va ________________________ para tomar el sol.
Yo voy ________________________ para ver una película.
Hunter va ________________________ para pescar.
Tú vas ________________________ para ver un partido de béisbol.
car
Aquarium
Library
Barbershop
No es un lugar religioso
El opuesto del campo
___________________________ Myrtle está en Carolina del Sur.
What desert covers the most of northern Africa?
What is Africa's transition zone between desert and rainforest?
What African landform has rolling grassland and scattered trees?
Located in Africa, what is the longest lake in the world?
What desert is located in southern Africa?
Located in Africa, what is the world's longest river?
What mountain range is located in Northern Africa?
What is the largest lake in Africa?
Which African river near the equator is located in the tropical rainforest?
Which river is the principal river in western Africa?
What is the result of deforestation?
What is desertifcation?
What type of government is a loose alliance?
A high literacy rate generally leads to:
Most African languages can be traced to:
The two main religious groups in Africa are:
The major religions in the world; Christianity, Judaism, and Islam; have who in common?
Which country has a dictator?
One leader hold complete power in this government.
Control rests with a small group in this government.
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