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Capital gains tax will be _____, If you hold an asset like stocks,realstate longer than a Year.
The brokerage firm is lending you money to buy stocks when you are buying on
Earnings of a corporation given to its shareholders. A distribution of a portion of a company's earnings, decided by the board of directors, to a class of its shareholders
An investment that pools the money of many shareholders and invests it in a diversified portfolio of securities, such as stocks, bonds, and money market assets.
When a person is reconciling a checking account and notices that the balance in the checkbook does not match the balance on the statement from the bank, which action is it appropriate for the person to take first?
Which type of financial institution usually pays the highest rate of interest on savings account balances?
Lamar believes that interest rates are going to fall in the near future and remain low for a considerable period of time. She should invest in:
Joan wants to open a checking account and wonders if checking accounts pay interest. How would you answer her question?
The interest earned on United States Series EE Savings Bonds is
The most basic form of ownership, including voting rights on major issues, in a company.
Mount Everest is located in what Mt. chain
The Mount is over........... High
Mount Everest grows.......... every year
The first man to reach the top of the mountain is
Another name for the top of a mountain
A name for a mountain guide is
Animal that is found on the Mountain
The guide who reached the top for the first time
Mount Everest is located in
The year Mount Everest was first conquered
Harold looked down at his village. At this altitude, the air was thinner than he had expected. Harold searched for his parka. Another hour of climbing and he would encounter snow. The setting of the story is -
Jerry and his date moved to the front of the ticket line. He had waited a month to see this movie. When Jerry reached for his wallet, he felt a large hole in his jacket. Jerry felt -
The culprit confessed to stealing the automobiles. Culprit means -
Martin talked on the phone for an hour instead of watching the cookies in the oven. They were scorched beyond recognition. What is the effect?
The seat belt had a malfunction. It would not release whenever the brakes were applied. Malfunction means-
Boxing is a dangerous sport. Numerous head and torso injuries result from the series of punches thrown in each match. The wearing of headgear and gloves does not adequately protect the participants. This sport has no apparent value.
Barney loves animals. He has 3 cats, 2 dogs, a hamster, and a goldfish. Every summer he enjoys visiting his grandma's ranch. Barney is a vegetarian. Barney's future may involve -
Mrs. Jones took her daughter to the orthodontist, who checked her braces. Orthodontist is a specialist of what part of the body?
Desert animals have made adaptation to their special environment. Animals like the kangaroo rat and fennec fox extract water from seeds and roots. They are nocturnal animals, coming out at night when it is cooler. The word extract means-
Marla went outside to her backyard on a warm May day. She removed the pool cover. The top of the water was covered with a green algae. She wrapped a towel around her new bathing suit and went inside. You can conclude that -
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If you delete a database table,
A complete list of field properties are available in:
Which of the following is NOT a field property?
Which field property requires users to enter data in a specific format?
The Default Value property value can be used for which field?
Which of the following is NOT a way to validate data?
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What is a necessary molecule that is produced by plants for other living organisms?
What happens when an organism does not drink enough water?
What causes Earth's surface to shake during an earthquake?
Which of these is the best example of how a volcanic eruption can be a constructive process?
Which of these is the most likely to cause chemical weathering?
Which of these is an example of a destructive process?
What is most likely to cause a river to deposit some of the sediment it is carrying?
How are plants most likely to affect the rate of soil erosion?
What happens at an ocean trench?
What oceanic landform is most likely to be found in an area where two plates are moving away from one another?
Where does new oceanic crust form?
Which of these is least likely to be located at a boundary between Earth's plates?
Which of these landforms is most likely to be in the shallowest part the ocean?
How is a plain on a continent similar to an abyssal plain?
How are a valley on a land and an ocean trench alike?
How is a volcanic island different from a volcanic mountain on a continent?
What is most likely to happen to sand that is eroded from a beach by a longshore current?
The sysematic analysis of the natural world
a number expressing a property, quanitity, or relation that remains unchanged
Constant factor used in an experiment to test a hypothesis
Mass per unit volume of a substance
A testable explanation for a specific problem or question
A factor or a condition in an experiment that is not changed nor varied
The factor being tested in the experiment
The amount of matter in an experiment
Standard scientific system of measurement based on the number ten and multiples of ten
A form of metric system called the international system of units
A measure of the warmth or coldness of and an object or substance with reference to some standard value
The amount of space a substance occupies
Study and activity that used information provided by pure science
The layer around the earth in which life occurs naturally
Situation in which natural resources are being used up
Highly industrialized countries with high incomes and high standards of living such as the USA
Less industrialized countries with high income and standards of living are low such as Mexico
The study of how living things are related to each other
The surroundings of an organism that affects its life and development
Activity designed to test a hypothesis
A testable explanation for a specific problem
Any natural substance that lving things use
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Least dense, outermost layer of Earth, made up of solid rock
Middle layer, thickest layer, made up of hot softened rock.
Inner layer, most dense, made up of mostly solid iron and nickle
The top portion of this layer of Earth includes the asthenosphere.
The crust and the top of the mantle is called________?
Which of the layers of Earth is the highest temperature?
Which of the following seismic waves travels the fastest?
Which of the following seismic waves travel through solid and liquid layers of Earth?
Which of the following seismic waves can only move through solid rock?
Measuring the time between the arrival of the P and S waves helps scientists determine what?
Rock formed on the Earth's surface from lava that cools rapidly
Longitudinal waves that move out from an earthquakes epicenter in a back and forth motion and are first to arrive
The point of an earthquake where energy is released
What is a sudden release of energy in the ground called that sends out seismic waves?
Which of the following is the Earth's outermost layer
The super-continent in which all continents were joined together early on in Earth's history
What type of plate boundary is pulling apart?
What is the liquid center layer of earth made of iron and nickel?
What is the ongoing process that form and change rock from one type to another
What is the force that pulls rock apart
Which part of Darwin's theory of evolution may be used to describe the results of when lions prey on antelope?
Which scenario represents the role of a vector in the transmission of a disease?
What relationship exists between genes and chromosomes?
Which statement about DNA is true?
Which statement describes an adaptation for a desert environment?
Which statement about cells is correct?
Which cell function would be affected if a cell's vacuoles were destroyed?
What relationship exists between a virus and a cell?
Which statement describes the niche of an organism in an ecosystem?
Which statement about energy is true?
Which statement reflects the greatest concern for the growth of genetically modified crops?
Which argument supports the use of genetically engineered vaccines over traditional vaccines?
Which statement explains why, over time, certain antibiotics have become ineffective against certain strains of bacteria?
A research group is designing a new strain of yeast that can quickly ferment sugar to produce bio fuels. What will be a benefit of this research program?
What is the most likely consequence of increased cellular respiration?
An article was recently published in a scientific journal regarding cellular respiration. Which accurate statement might be included in the article?
Which example is an appropriate adaptation for flight in birds?
Thomas has a condition where his body does not produce myelin. Myelin forms an insulating layer around cells and allows stimuli to be transmitted between cells and throughout the body. Which cell type would be affected by Thomas' condition?
Which statement best explains why viruses are considered parasites?
Black fur in mice (B) is dominant to brown fur (b). What is the probability that an offspring will have the same phenotype as its parents in a cross between a homozygous black and a heterozygous black mouse?
Which of these is NOT an example of the bicycle using mechanical energy?
When a bat searches for prey at night, it makes sounds as it flies, and it uses the sounds' echoes to find its prey. When the bat flies and listens to echoes to locate prey it is using-
What type of energy is used to make turbines spin on a hydroelectric plant site?
What energy source for an energy-efficient house, calculator and satelite could they all have in common?
Kassidy went fishing. The fish appeared to be closer to the surface than it really was. What causes this difference?
Which property of light makes it possible to produce hand shadows?
Which is NOT a fact about light?
Which explanation could explain why Dylan's lower part of his body appears larger than his upper part of his body while he's standing in the pool.
A few students paint the inside of several boxes a different color. They observe that the inside of the box painted white looks brighter than the others. What is the most likely reason this box looks brighter?
Which best demonstrates the reflection of light?
Looking through a prism, Michelle saw that light bent and separated into many colors. In which other situation would light bend?
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Which Nitrogen base does RNA conatain that DNA does not
What does DNA stand for
How does DNA in cells determine an organism’s complex traits
Turning off these genes can cause less-mature cells to divide too rapidly, and never entering the resting phase. Which can lead to
10. Which is not a Nitrogenous Base?
11. In a sample of double-stranded DNA, 30% of the nitrogenous bases are thymine. What percentage of the nitrogenous bases in the sample are adenine?
The sequence of nitrogenous bases in DNA varies widely. The sequence of the bases in DNA is most important for which of the following?
What is the name of this structure that has Sugar, phosphate, and nitrogen base.
What is the teachers name
1. Which of the following suggests that the shape of an enzyme determines the enzyme’s function (what it does)? (9C)
Which of the following biomolecules typically contains nitrogen (CHON)?
Which statement best describes the role (job) of enzymes?
Examples of Nucleic Acids would be
Meats and Enzymes are examples of which biomolecule?
A sugar, a phosphate group, and a nitrogen base form the building blocks of which organic compound
Which of the following provide cells with more energy —
Cell membranes are made of many lipids called
Which of the following biomolecules typically contains both nitrogen and phosphorous (CHONP)?
Carbohydrates are more easily metabolized than lipids. However, lipids provide cells with more –
What is Genotype?
What is Phenotype?
Sexual reproduction in animals depends on the production of gametes. Which of these processes produces gametes in animals?
Which phase of mitosis is occurring when chromosomes are being pulled apart?
What is the exchange of genetic material between homologous chromosomes that results in recombinant chromosomes during sexual reproduction.
A mom who is heterozygous for type B blood and dad who has type AB blood are having a baby. What is the probability that they will have a baby with type A blood?
Nondisjunction is an error that occurs during meiosis when a gamete doesn’t receive a copy of one chromosome. Which technique could be used to reveal this abnormality?
Which phase of mitosis is occurring when chromsomes line up in the center of the cell?
Most sex-linked, recessive traits—including hemophilia and color-blindness—appear in males. This phenomenon is best explained by which statement?
Which phase of mitosis is shows a clevage furrow produced?
The rotation of the Earth causes ________.
The tilt of Earth's axis of rotation causes _______.
It takes ______ for the Earth to complete one rotation
It takes _____ for the Earth to complete one revolution.
The shape of Earth's orbit is a(n) _______
The Earth rotates _________ when viewed from the North Pole.
When the Northern hemisphere is tilted towards the sun it is _______ in the Northern hemisphere.
When the Northern hemisphere is tilted towards the sun it is _______ in the Southern hemisphere.
_________ is when the sun is directly over the equator.
The longest day of the year in the Northern hemisphere occurs on the ____________.
The shortest day of the year in the Northern hemisphere occurs on the ____________.
Earth revolves around __________
The Sun rises in the East and sets in the West because of _________.
North of the Tropic of Cancer, the Sun always appears to be _________.
A year for the outer planets is longer than an Earth year because _________
The signal words one example, another, in addition match which text structure.
An article that shows what happened and why it happened would be written in each text structure?
When there is an issue that is solved, which text structure is that?
When two things are looked at for how they are alike and different, which text structure is that?
First, Second, Then, Finally are all signal words for which two text structures?
When something is done in time order, what text structure is that?
Because, Since, Therefore, and As a Result are all signal words for which text structure?
Which thinking map do you use for compare and contrast?
When you are given lots of information about one topic, which text structure is being used?
What thinking map do you use for chronological/sequence text structure?
Modern frog larvae resemble some primitive vertebrate larvae. This similarity may suggest that primitive vertibrates
Upon close examination of the skeleton of an adult python, a pelvic girdle and leg bones can be observed. These features are an example of ______.
What is the movement of genes into and out of a gene pool called?
Mutations occur because of ______.
Which of the following describes why organisms with good traits or characteristics survive to reproduce?
Evolution says which of the following?
The opossum, which is native to North America, and the kangaroo, which is native to Australia are marsupials. The fact that both these mammals incubate their immature offspring in a pouch provides evidence that they –
Which condition is essential for natural selection to result in a new species?
Genetic variation can aid in the survival of species when the environment changes. Which of the following is the best example of an organism with a genetic variation that could improve survival chances over time?
Genome maps provide the DNA sequences of chromosomes. Some scientists have compared the genome maps of a hedgehog and a sloth. What do these genome maps allow the scientists to determine?
____ is an renewable resource.
What is the most common source of energy in the United States?
Which of the following equations defines the law of conservation of energy?
Hydroelectric power uses _____ as a renewable energy source.
In a fireworks display, energy is released in _____.
Which of the following devices does NOT make use of electrical energy?
A burning fire produces ____ energy.
Which of the following is NOT an example of a change caused by energy?
Increasing the speed of an object ____ its potential energy.
In a nuclear power plant, nuclear energy is first changed to ____ energy.
A kite stuck in a tree has ____ energy.
The form of energy in fossil fuels is ____ energy.
When energy changes from one form to another, it is called energy _____.
Which of the following is NOT a form of energy?
In which of these examples is work NOT performed?
Which of the following does NOT reduce friction?
A limiting factor for using nuclear energy is the ____ produced.
Whenever two surfaces interact, some energy is transferred to thermal energy due to _____.
____ is a fossil fuel.
According to the law of conservation of energy, the total amount of energy in the universe ____.
Work _____ energy.
Which of the following is NOT a way to conserve energy?
Newton’s first law of motion says that an object in motion will remain in motion unless acted upon by a force. Yet, if you slide a box across the floor, it will not continue sliding. What force is acting on the box to slow it down?
Sunlight is produced through ____ energy.
When a rubber band is stretched, it has ____ energy.
Work depends on _____.
A bus engine transfers chemical potential energy into ____ so that the bus moves.
Which of the following is an advantage to using fossil fuels?
What organelle helps a cell turn sugar into energy?
What organelle determines whether or not molecules can enter into the animal cell?
What is the process called when water diffuses into the cell?
What process duplicates a cell?
What process takes in sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water to make food for the plant?
How does diffusion move materials in and out of the cell?
What organelles help remove waste?
Cellular division happens
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The colors typically used for chromakey
The area in a non-linear editing program where you assemble your shots in the order you want them to play
A shot that shows a small part of a subject (usually brings the action closer to the viewer)
Allows you to selectively boost or reduce various frequencies
Refining, enhancing, or balancing your audio
What part of the camera lets light in?
True or False? Sound editing never refines, enhances, or balances your audio
What three things make up a soundtrack?
How are microphones classified?
What can sound effects do for a production?
What is the term used to describe when distortion and noise disrupt the desired sound (often caused by too much volume)?
VU meters measure sound in ....
Who creates sound effects for productions?
Which term refers to the properties/qualities of an area that effect how sound is transmitted?
What term refers to naturally occurring sounds on location?
Which term refers to the process of adjusting volume during recording done by the audio technician.
Which term refers to music that comes from subjects in the scene or background (band playing, a radio, etc.)
What is a dissolve?
What is a steadi-cam?
What is a three-legged device that helps you have steady shots.
What is the correct term for the definition: extra footage used as secondary shots, usually showing what the voice is talking about ?
Tilts move up and down. What do pans do?
What rule states that the cameras should be kept on the same side of an imaginary line drawn between the subjects, so it doesn't confuse the viewers on screen direction
Editing with shots that keep up the pacing and show time progressing is called what?
What does 'Televisualize' mean?
What shot will show only half of the subject?
Editing with shots that are obviously leading to the next shot is what term?
What level defined for a forest or domain that defines what features are available.
What is the exact position of a host within the DNS hierarchy.
What system that replicates the information of every object in a tree and forest so that objects can be found and accessed from any domain.
What group that can contain user accounts and other global groups. Global groups are designed to be “global” for the domain. After you place user accounts into global groups, the global groups are typically placed into domain local groups or local gr
A collection or list of user accounts or computer accounts is a _______
What is one of the most powerful features of Active Directory that controls the working environment for user accounts and computer accounts
What is a text file used to translate host names to IP addresses.
What An application protocol for querying and modifying data using directory services running over TCP/IP?
A server that is not running as a domain controller is ___________
A distinct, named set of attributes or characteristics that represent a network resource.
A student obsevres the temperature of water as 53 degrees celsius. How many many more degrees celsius must the temperature rise before it reaches the boiling temperature of water?
Four samples of water are measured in Liters: W= 50mL, X=100mL, Y=150mL, Z=200mL. If Sample W boils at a temperature of 100 degrees celsius, at which temperature would Sample Z be expected to boil?
Four students add sugar to their hot tea. Which property of sugar remains the same when the sugar is in the tea solution?
Danny made a mixture using equal amounts of salt and pepper. The salt grains were the same size as the pepper grains. What should the student do to most easily separate the pepper from the salt?
A mixture of beads with various sizes, each one is made of plastic, glass or steel, was placed in a container. The beads are easy to separate because-
A small bowl contains a misture of toothpicks and glass marbles. The easiest way to separate the mixture WITHOUT touching it would be to-
10g of four different powdered solids are added to four different beakers. 100mL of water are added to the beaker, stirred, and allowed to sit for an hour before recording observations. Which question is trying to get answered in this investigation?
Khrystian added a powdered drink mix to water and the solution turned orange. Khrystian decided the taste was too strong, so she poured out half of the liquid and added more water. Which of the following most likely occured when the water was added?
Nathan built a sidewalk and pressed salt particles into the concrete while it was still wet. When the concrete dried, Nathan washed the sidewalk with water. What most likely happened to the salt?
Kathy observed liquid wax dripping down the side of a burning candle. Several hours after putting out the flame Kathy observed there was no longer any liquid on the side of the candle. Which statement explains what may have happened to the liquid?
Khloe makes a model of the water cycle by using a cup, some water, and plastic wrap. After Khloe places the model near a sunny window, moisture forms on the inside of the plastic wrap. What change did Khloe most likely observe in the model?
Nichole and Kayla placed two ice cubes in separate bowls. One ice cube had a mass of 80g. The other had a mass of 40g. Which result would be the same for both ice cubes in this investigation?
In order to import an entire folder into your project bin you have to highlight the folder then click Import at the bottom. True or False?
Which statement is true about 'nested sequences'?
Which menu do you select so you can 'Automate to Sequence'? (you must select the media in the project panel and then click the menu)
The position of the clip in the program monitor is defined by X and Y. Which statement is true when dealing with position?
How can you change the duration of a transition without dragging to shrink it?
What is a codec used for in video?
You're trying to change the opacity and scale of a video clip, but the effects control panel is not visible. Which menu item will bring up the effects control panel?
The transparent portion of an image is referred to as the...
What panel will allow you to view your projects final edit?
How do you change a default video transition.
Which Panel contains all video and audio transitions?
Which top menu opotion do you select so you can 'Automate to Sequence'? (you must select the media in the project panel and then click the menu)
Which panel allows you to add and remove clips from a sequence?
What panel will allow you to view your projects final edit?
Where does a saved static title created in the Adobe Title Designer automatically appear?
What should you do if you want to export just video from a sequence?
Which top menu option do you click to find and change the Preferences in Premier?
How can you change the duration of a transition without dragging to shrink it?
How do you change a default video transition.
What type shot will show the subject in relation to it's surroundings?
A container found within a domain used to organize objects such as groups, users, and computers.
A mechanism that defines the type of access that is granted to an object (an object can be identified with a security identifier) or object attribute.
A mechanism that authorizes a user to perform certain actions on a computer, such as logging on to a system interactively or backing up files and directories on a system.
A group used to assign rights and permissions and gain access to network resources.
One or more IP subnets that are connected by a high-speed link, typically defined by a geographical location.
One or more domains in Active Directory with contiguous name space.
A link that allows users in one domain to access resources in another domain.
A group scope is designed to contain global groups from multiple domains.
An identity found in an Active Directory identity used to represent a user.
A legacy naming service that translates from NetBIOS (computername) to specify a network resource.
What amendment gave the women Rights to Vote
What year was the Galveston Hurricane
What is the name for the OilDrill
What is the name for the Hurricane that hit Galveston in 1901
What was a Town Called when it got Popular over oil
How many People Survived the Galveston Hurricane
Where the Women allowed to vote in the 1900's
Did the Oil Booms start around the 1900's
What was the 19th ammendment about
What does Rual mean
What does Urban mean
How long did WWI Last for the American's
What was Rationed in WWI
Was the Populists Party a Rual Movement
What happend to the Women when WWI Started
What Year was the 19th amendment
What was Raided During the WWI with the Liberty Bonds
Where did all the People's go during the Nation Wide Movement
What year did the Populist party Desippeard
Where Legislative Reforms past in Areas of labor
DNA's structure is
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A totalitarian government where its goal is to form a society where everything is shared equally.
A war fought from 1939 to 1945 between the Axis powers and the Allied powers.
The alliance formed between Germany, Japan, and Italy during WWII.
.The alliance formed between Britain, France, USA, and Soviet Union (and Canada) during WWII.
The act of giving something to an aggressive power to keep the peace.
The belief that a country should not be involved with other countries.
The killing of large groups of people who belong to a particular racial, political, or cultural group.
On December 7, 1941, the US military base on Hawaii was bombed by Japan, bringing the United States into World War II.
Detention centers where more than 100,000 Japanese Americans were relocated during World War II by order of the President.
On June 6, 1944, 60,000 American and Allied troops surprised attacked the Germans at Normandy.
May 8, 1945 Germany surrendered to the Allies. Also known as Victory in Europe Day.
September 2, 1945 Japan ceased fighting in World War II and surrendered. Also known as Victory over Japan.
Which dictator believed in Communism?
Which dictator believed in Nazism?
Which dictator believed in Fascism?
Which dictator remained neutral in World War II?
Which dictator was promoted as a military dictator and responsible for Pearl Harbor?
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Dissolving salt in water is a ______________
A straight piece of wire is coiled to form a spring. What type of change?
Chewing food to break it down into smaller particles represents a _________ change, but the changing of starch into sugars by enzymes in the digestive system represents a ___________change.
In a fireworks show, the fireworks explode giving off heat and light. What type of change?
True or False. Changing the size and shapes of pieces of wood would be a chemical change.
True or False. When ice cream melts, a chemical change occurs.
Liquid water particles boiling and turning into a gas (water vapor). Physical or Chemical?
You blow dry your wet hair. What type of change?
You forgot to dry the bread knife when you washed it and reddish brown spots appeared on it. (Rust)
_______________ changes happen when atomic bonds are broken or created during chemical reactions.
You step on a soda can and crush it. Why is this a physical change?
Which of the following is evidence of a chemical change?
baking soda + vinegar → gas + white solid Which of the following is a reactant in the equation?
Which of the following is NOT a chemical change?
Scientists study the characteristics of substances to better understand the natural world. Which of the following is not a chemical or physical characteristic of a substance?
What kind of chemical change might be observed in cars driven in coastal areas or in areas that use salt to treat icy roads?
Which of the following is an example of a chemical change?
In a chemical equations, the compounds or elements on the left side of the arrow are called the _________________________.
Which of the following is a physical change?
Which of the following is NOT a physical change?
A symbiotic relationship in which one organism benefits and the other is neither helped nor harmed
An interaction in which two or more organisms try to use the same resources
A symbiotic relationship from which both species benefit
A symbiotic relationship in which one organism benefits while the other organism is harmed
An interaction in which one organism kills and eats another
A tapeworm lives in the intestines of a dog absorbing nutrients, causing illness and weight loss is an example of
Some intestinal bacteria help humans produce Vitamin K while obtaining nutrients from humans is an example of
Egrets walk behind a herd of cattle. As the cattle trample the soil, insects are uncovered and the egrets eat the insects. This is an example of
Angelfish struggle for the best territory in a fishbowl is an example of
A honeybee collects nectar and pollen from a flower and as it flies from flower to flower, it pollinates the plant. This is an example of
Editing with a computer is called....
What color is often used for the Chroma Key effect other than green?
When dealing with pixels of light red, green, and blue are called the...
The Additive Primaries of light are....
Why should we bring a music player with us when shooting a lip-sync video?
What term best fits with the definition: the area in a non-linear editing program where you assemble your shots in the order you want them to play
Flipping, flopping, slo-mo, chromakey and mosaic are all different types of ......
Titles that move vertically up or down the screen...
Titles that move horizontally across the screen...
Edit points that are done to make it seem like time is continuous...
A series of shots that portray the passing of time or relationship between action...
True or False: The hiss after the S sound can be magically eliminated with a 'de-esser' compressor
Which term refers to music that comes from subjects in the scene or background (band playing, a radio, etc.)
Which term refers to the process of adjusting volume during recording done by the audio technician?
Which term refers to the properties/qualities of an area that effect how sound is transmitted?
Refers to the naturally occurring sounds on location.
The colors you get after subtracting red, green or blue from white light are called…
Planned dialogue of talent is called…
The way in which two shots are joined together...
Panning the camera allows you to....
What is closely tied with DNS?
What system translates host or domain names to IP addresses?
Active Directory is considered a _________.
What are Windows' default groups called?
Every computer has to have a unique ____ ____.
Active Directory uses multimaster replication, which means that there is no master _______ _______.
Because there are certain functions that can only be handled by one domain controller at a time, Active Directory uses _____________.
_____________________ services automatically assign IP addresses and related parameters (including subnet mask and default gateway and length of the lease) so that a host can immediately communicate on an IP network when it start
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k./;k/
Pans can do which of the following?
The first frame of a selected recording (where the clip begins)
The last frame of a selected recording
Adjusting an edit point or cutting stuff out
A series of shots that portray the passing of time or relationship between actions
Edit points that are done to make it seem like time is continuous
An off-screen voice that helps to deliver info, provide the point of view of a character or to allow the character to comment on the action (usually done with a voice-over)
Flipping, flopping, slo-mo, chromakey and mosaic are all different types of ....
Titles that move horizontally across the screen
A shot of someone or something reacting to the previous shot
Titles that move vertically up or down the screen
The way we retrieve or add our footage to a video editing device can be defined as ...
The way in which any two shots are joined together
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sensory neuron
carries a nerve impulse to another interneuron or to a motor neuron
motor neuron
the place where a neuron transfers an impulse to another structure
controls involuntary actions
an automatic response that occurs rapidly without conscious control
This important international leader visited refugees on April 16
The suicide bombing and attack in Kabul left 28 dead and over 300 wounded was thought to be the work of
This incident killed over 200 in Ecuador
Part of Brazil's government has voted to
This important international figure is celebrating their 90th birthday
Over 500 refugees died when
A mass murderer in Norway won a human rights abuse case about his
President Obama visited
A bus bombing in Jerusalem showed the continued tension between Palestinians and
Johnny Depp and his wife (Amber Heard) made the news with their dogs because of very strict rules concerning pet travel in
Ted Cruz won the primary on April 16 in
This athletic event was won by people from Ethiopia on April 18
A move to redesign money has found a new person to be put on the
Pennsylvania became the 24th state to legalize
Utah declared pornography a(n)
Three people in Flint, Michigan will have charges filed against them concerning
A Texas school board fired a(n)
This gaming device will no longer be made or sold
The winner of the Republican primary in New York was
The winner of the Democratic primary in New York was
Plessy v. Ferguson
Brown v. Board of Education
Miranda v. Arizona
Civil Rights Act 1964
Name the Event: Arkansas governor refused to let 9 African American students in to a school. President send military troops
WHO: civil rights leader, Violence requires violence, resistance
Shirley Chisholm:
Rights the police must read before arrests
1st desegregation victory
African American rebirth of pride in the 1920's that set the stage for the Civil Rights Movement
This ACT made literacy test illegal
The Hellenistic Era was a period of the spread of (Macedonian) culture.
In his book, The Republic, (Aristotle) outlined the model for an ideal government, which would be just and reasonable, and would be led by philosopher-kings.
After (Alexander the Great) died, his mighty empire was divided into four smaller empires: Macedonia, Egypt, Pergamum, and the Seleucid Empire.
Who believed that the best form of government would combine parts of monarchy, oligarchy, and democracy?
How did Philip II get some Greek city-states to join him in fighting the Persians?
Herodotus wrote
Philip II defeated the Greeks at the Battle of
Why was Socrates sentenced to death?
The library here attracted scholars from all over the world.
Whose armies conquered the land as far east as modern Pakistan?
Complete the following analogy: Socrates is to Plato as
(Macedonia) gained power in the ancient world during the reign of King Philip II.
Many Greeks visited an (oracle) to find out about the future.
The Parthenon is an example of a Greek (theater).
(Plato's) writings had a huge effect on the writing of the U.S. Constitution.
The gods in Greek (myths) have great powers but look and act like human beings.
The word philosophy means
Who is considered to be the father of history?
Which public speaker said the the Macedonian king Philip II was considered a threat to Greek freedom?
Alexander and his army of 40,000 soldiers, including cavalry, defeated an army of Persians in the Battle of
a trench is found where two plates are
which of the following is not a kind of stress
where two plates are moving apart, this kind of boundary is called a
the three kinds of faults are
the process where ocean crust dives underneath continental crust is called
What kind of rock would you find near folding and faulting
What land form would you get when two continental crust collide
What is the driving force of movement in plate tectonics
oceanic crust is made of
a bend in the rock strata is called a(n)
On the richter scale a strong earthquake would be a
All of the following are characteristics of a sheild volcano except
The moho is located between
Fast cooling rocks will have
s waves cannot go through the outer core because it is
the earth's crust is thickest under the
Smaller grain size is what type of texture
the rock basalt makes up the
how many seismic stations do you need to locate the epicenter of an earthquake
An igneous rock that partially cools underground and then erupts from a volcanoe will have a texture called
Two sides of a triangular tile measure 3 inches and 4 inches. What length could be possible for the third side?
A right triangle has an angle that measures 52°. What does the third angle measure?
A triangle has a base of 24 inches and a height of 7 inches. Which equation could solve the area of the triangle?
A parallelogram has a height of 4 cm and a base of 8 cm. Which equation could solve the are of the parallelogram?
In a triangle, the largest angle is opposite the ___________ side?
A trapezoid has bases that measure 7 centimeters and 4.5 centimeters, and a height of 3 centimeters. What is the area of the trapezoid?
A sign shaped as a triangle has an area of 75 square inches. If the height of the sign is 15 inches, how long should the top edge be in inches?
The formula for finding the volume of a rectangular prism is...
The volume of a rectangular prism is 36 ft³. If the length is 3 feet and the width is 6 feet, what is the height of the rectangular prism?
A wall has a length of 14 m and a width of 9m. If there is a square window with a side that measures 5 m, how much paint is needed for the wall in square meters?
Find the area of a triangle with a height of 11 cm and a base of 8 cm.
Find the volume of a rectangular prism with a height of 6 cm, a width of 5 cm, and a length of 11 cm.
Jamie's rectangular yard measures 25 feet by 8 feet. Green Thumb Landscaping is going to charge Jamie $1.30 per square foot and an additional $200 to install sod. What will Jamie's total cost be for planting new grass in his yard?
John is going to make a new back patio that is twice as large as his old one. If his old back patio is 24 feet by 16 feet, how much greater will the area of his new patio be compared to the old patio?
An artist has four boards that measure 16 feet, 11 feet, 7 feet, and 3 feet. Which board could not be used with two of the others to form a triangle?
In a triangle, the shortest side is opposite the ____________ angle.
What is the area of a trapezoid that has bases measuring 19 cm and 23 cm, and a height of 14 cm?
What is the area of a triangle with a base of 26 in and a height of 17 in?
What is the measure of the missing angle in a triangle that contains angle measures of 37º and 59º?
Michael is going to start a weekend moving business. His truck's cargo area has a width of 7.50 ft, a height of 7.50 ft, and a length of 15.00 ft. How much can Michael's truck hold?
Type of government that attempts to assert total control over the lives of its citizens.
A ruler who has total power over a country and its people.
When a government completely controls all parts of people’s lives.
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Who got HISSELF killed?
What were the wrinkles in the flood water?
Why did New Orleans flood after the hurricane?
What type of poisonous snakes were in the story?
What were the men in the helicopters saving?
How did Zane's grandparents escape the Hurricane of 1965?
What city were Zane and his grandmother evacuating to when Bandit jumped out of the bus?
What made Bandit jump out of the church bus?
Why is a jazz funeral different from a regular funeral?
What did the floodwater smell like, according to Zane?
Where was Malvina's mother at the beginning and the end of the story?
Which of the following was not one of the conditions Zane and his friends saw at the Superdome?
Which of the following did NOT happen during the incident on the bridge (at the end of the story)?
Where does Malvina live at the end of the story?
Which of the following is a simile?
Which of the following is a hyperbole?
Which of the following is an example of alliteration?
What was the mood in the story after Zane, Malvina, Tru, and Bandit fell asleep in the shed?
What is the significance of Earth's elements?
What is the smallest part of an element that still has the chemical properties of that element?
How do atoms of iron compare with one another?
How are atoms of carbon different from atoms of iron?
What may change as a result's of a liquid's ability to flow?
How are liquids similar to and different from solids?
What happens to a gas when it is unconstrained?
How is the movement of particles in the solid states different from the movement of particles in other states of matter?
Which physical properties of a substance are independent of the amount of matter present?
Which factors affect whether or not a substance will dissolve due to its solubility?
What must happen in order for a change in a substance to be classified as a chemical change?
Which physical properties of a substance change when the amount of matter present changes?
The economy depended on weavers, potters, and __________.
Indus Valley weavers would make clothing and fabric from ______.
The city was well ________ and built in blocks.
Buddha or Siddhartha Gautama started the ______ religion in this area.
City governments were responsible for ________.
Which religion started in the Indus Valley?
We know everything about their government.
We know that the Indus Valley worshiped gods that often took _____ or _____ forms.
The Indus Valley would trade with _______
Where is the Indus Valley?
What is the climax of a story
What is the good guy in a story called
Dialogue is
Alliteration is
why an author writes sometthing
Flashback is
Hyperbole is
what is a good summary
Plot is
POV is
Why does an organism look different from its parents?
Rick's rabbit has 5 babies. 2 have short, black fur like their mom. The other 3 have long, brown fur. Which is the most likely description of the father's fur coat?
Edna is expecting a baby in 3 weeks. She thinks her baby will probably have brown hair. Which best explains why Edna thinks this?
Lucas and his sisters can roll their tongues and play piano. His mother and brother cannot roll their tongues nor play piano. What can most likely be concluded about Lucas's father?
John observes two frogs sitting on a log in the forest. Both frogs are green with black dots on their backs. Which most likely explains why the frogs have similar appearances?
April is a 5 grade girl. She has short brown hair and brown eyes. She also loves to read and play volleyball. Based on these characteristics, which can most likely be concluded about April's parents?
Steve's class is visiting the zoo. He observes that the stripe patterns of two zebras are very different. Which most likely explains why the zebras have different stripe patterns?
If a 6'5 tall father and a 5'11 tall mother have a child, which is most likely possibility for the height of the child?
What characteristic is inherited by only some members of its species?
How are similarities passed from parent to offspring?
Which is a learned characteristic?
Jane wants to become a model like her mother. Which is a learned characteristic that could help her with modeling?
Which characteristic is learned?
Which is a characteristic a child will inherit from its parents?
All cheetahs in a population resemble each other. Which is a characteristic that results from environmental influence and differs among members of the population?
A young couple is having a baby. Which best describes an inherited trait the baby may have?
Which is an example of an inherited characteristic?
Which is a learned characteristic expressed by a professional swimmer?
Mi hermano _____ cortando el césped.
Nuestra casa _____ nueva y bonita.
La mamá de Mercedes _____ abogada.
Los chicos _____ en su casa.
Ustedes _____ de Ecuador.
El sofá _____ enfrente del televisor.
La sala _____ muy grande.
Nosotros _____ lavando los platos.
Las habitaciones _____ al lado del baño.
Yo _____ un poco cansada hoy.
Mis padres _____ maestros.
Mi vecina ____ muy buena y trabajadora.
Mi familia y yo _____ al lado de la escuela.
¿Dónde _____ tú? ¿Por qué no me llamas?
Vosotros _____ simpáticos y cómics.
La alfombra _____ en mi habitación.
Vosotras _____ contentas hoy.
Yo _____ una estudiante de español.
stimulus any change or signal in the environment that an organism can recognize and react to
response
cells that carry information through your nervous system
nerve impulse
a branchlike structure that picks up the impulses
central nervous system
includes all nerves outside of the central nervous system which are like the car drivers
brain
a thick column of nervous tissue that links the brain to the peripheral nervous system
cerebrum
cerebellum
controls voluntary actions
axon
a bundle of nerve fibers
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Which law is best described as a body at rest tends to remain at rest, and a body in motion tends to remain in motion, unless acted upon by an unbalanced force.
What will happen to an object in motion with no unbalanced force acting on it?
If the mass of a moving object could be halved, what would happen to the inertia of the object?
A rocket's action is to push down on the ground with the force of its powerful engines, and the reaction is that the ground pushes the rocket upwards with an equal force. Which law best explains this event?
Which statement about the electromagnetic spectrum is true?
What is the effect of prolonged exposure to an excessive amount of ultraviolet radiation?
Which statement explains why infrared waves are generally referred to as heat waves?
What is the purpose of a generator?
Which energy transformation is found in an electric motor?
If a car is traveling at an average speed of 70 kilometers per hour, how long does it take the car to travel 14 kilometers?
An object originally at rest is uniformly accelerated along a straight-line path to a speed of 12 m/s in 3.0 seconds. What is the acceleration of the object?
Which correctly describes infrared radiation?
What is a benefit of ultraviolet radiation to humans?
Which list includes mechanical waves only?
Which statement about the Law of the Conservation of Mass is true?
The mass of chemical A is 2 g, and the mass of chemical B is 5 g. If the two chemicals are mixed and a chemical reaction takes place, what is the mass of the end products?
How are the elements organized into the periodic table?
Which of the following dates uses the comma correctly?
Which of the following greetings uses the comma correctly?
Which of the following closing uses the comma correctly?
Which of the following lists uses the comma correctly?
Which of the following city and states uses the comma correctly?
Which of the following dates uses the comma correctly?
Which of the following greetings uses the comma correctly?
Which of the following closing uses the comma correctly?
Which of the following lists uses the comma correctly?
Which of the following city and states uses the comma correctly?
21. When you hover your mouse over a tool, a box appears that is called a ____________.
22. A header and/or footer will appear on every page.
23. Which formula uses division?
24. Under what tab do you find the insert header or footer tool?
25. Where can you find the tool to change the number of decimal places?
26. You may use ___ to fill data automatically in a spreadsheet.
27. When copying a formula, you need to be in ____ mode.
28. To paste a formula, you need to choose the clipboard with __ on it.
29. There are ___ points in an inch.
30. You use the ___ command to combine cells.
31. Complete the analogy- ____ : spreadsheets :: cropping : photos
32. The ribbon is divided into tabs and each tab is divided into ____ of commands.
33. The page orientation that is vertical is referred to as _____.
34. A box that appears when you hover your mouse over a command or tool on the ribbon is called a _____.
35. ____ is when you change the appearance of data or arrange it in a specific way.
36. When hash tags appear in a spreadsheet, this means ____.
37. Common errors when writing formulas are ___
38. Each cell can be identified by its unique _____.
39. T or F When renaming a file, you need to use the save as command.
40. What is the principal's name?
1. What function would you use to find the highest number?
2. What function would you use to add up numbers?
3. In a spreadsheet, deleting and clearing are the same thing. T or F
4. What function would you use to find the lowest number?
5. A function is
6. If you always want to see certain rows or columns as you work on a spreadsheet, you can
7. To display formulas in a spreadsheet, press
8. A row goes ____ and is identified by numbers.
9. A column goes down and is identified with ____.
10. A spreadsheet can be used for
11. All formulas begin with a
12. A cell is a
13. What are the benefits of a function?
A formula is written in the ______.
15. What formula would you use to average?
16. Which formula would you use to multiply?
17. The ribbon is located
18. What is a spreadsheet?
19. Under what tab do you set the print area?
20. Where do you set grid lines for printing?
lightly scented perfume
descended or claimed from ancestors
chess piece with the lowest value
people or forces that oppose attack
fictional cowboy, popular in the 1950s
characterized by or expressing goodwill or kindly feeling
a chinese philosophy of truth
youngest ever chess grandmaster
having an unpleasent or offensive odor
ineffectual or unsuccessful
What is 1?
What is 2?
What is 3?
What is 4?
What is 5?
What is 6?
What is 7?
What is 8?
What is 9?
What is 10?
A plant part that grows into a new plant is
A fully grown person or animal is an
This plant part makes fruit.
The stages of an animal or plant's life is a
The young of some insects are called
The stage that comes after the egg in some insects is
Which list has the life cycle of a butterfly in the correct order?
Which list shows the life cycle of a frog in order?
Which list shows the life cycle of a plant in the correct order?
What is one reason that a mushroom is a fungi?
What is another reason that a mushroom is a fungi?
What is the name of Zane's long-lost relative
What did Zane call New Orleans when he first arrived?
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Food is digested and then delivered to body cells. Which of these describes how the cells respond?
Jorge is studying the digestive system. He found research indicating that more bacteria live in the large intestine than there are cells in the human body. Based upon this research, can Jorge logically conclude?
Scientists in Mississippi have discovered that coyotes, bobcats, and raccoons hunt wild turkeys. Which of the following explains the relationship between these animals?
Which of these describes how the absence of mitochondria would affect a cell?
Which of these is an example of selective breeding?
Scientists found an organism that can live without water for long periods of time. The scientists made copies of its DNA,then injected this new DNA into corn. Which of these describes the process the scientists used?
Schistosomiasis is a disease that occurs when eggs of small flatworms hatch inside the body. The worms can grow in many different tissues. How could schistosomiasis in the intestines interfere with normal body functions?
Some scientists are working on ways to save energy and reduce the price of energy in the future. Which of the following research efforts will help meet this goal?
Which of these is one of Newton’s laws of motion?
Which motion causes night and day on Earth?
Astronomers often try to find the hottest stars in our galaxy. Which wavelength of radiation do astronomers use to detect these hottest stars?
Which of these describes the lithosphere?
Which of these describes the lithosphere and the asthenosphere?
Which of these describes a divergent boundary?
Which of these is a renewable energy resource that does not produce carbon dioxide?
Scientists are studying the use of vegetable oil as an automotive fuel. Which of these is a logical justification for continuing this research?
Astronomers often try to find the hottest stars in our galaxy. Which wavelength of radiation do astronomers use to detect these hottest stars?
Scientists at a research center are studying plants that have a natural resistance to insects. Which of these is a logical justification for continuing this research?
Why are multiple trials conducted during an experiment?
Why is one variable tested at a time during scientific investigation?
What is an agreement between two or more people called?
Technological advancements have led to all of the following EXCEPT —
The monetary system in the United States is successful because of -
United States currency is created by —
Borrowed funds, fees, and tax revenue are -
Which of the following is TRUE about goods and services provided by the government?
New jobs in the workplace are often created by —
Increased government spending on public goods and services —
The United States government provides the following services EXCEPT —
All of the following are characteristics that employers look for in new employees, EXCEPT -
When selecting a career Inga should take into account all of the following EXCEPT —
Which statement best demonstrates being financially irresponsible?
Dana has a part-time job working as a waitress at a restaurant. When she gets sick,  she does not like going to the doctor because it is expensive. What fiscal  responsibility is Dana most likely neglecting?
Miguel has been working full-time for two years. He gets a paycheck of $2000 per  month and his bills total $1700.. If Miguel wants to purchase a home in three years, what fiscal  responsibility should Miguel consider?
Maria just graduated from high school. She wants to begin the process of planning  her career. The first thing that Maria should do is:
The intellectual/economic movement in art, science and political ideas of Greece and Rome?
Why did the Renaissance begin in Italy?
Term that places an emphasis on individual potential, achievement and education?
Art that shows depth and dimension...
What city was the birthplace of the Renaissance?
The Last Supper/Mona Lisa
Sistine Chapel/Peita
Discovered the telescope and confirmed theory that planets revolve around the sun
Discovered the Printing Press
This invention helped to spread ideas of Renaissance and Reformation at a quick pace, made people more literate and strengthened the economy?
Which describes Martin Luther's beliefs?
What does the 95 Thesis and Diet of Worms relate to?
Which was cause for the Reformation?
What did Copernicus and Galileo teach?
What country did the Reformation begin?
Which relates to the religious affiliations after the Reformation?
The Catholic's effort to reform itself is know as...
cold-blooded animals with backbones and moist skin
a violation of law
thing or things shown publicly
any of many reptiles with long bodies and tails and movable eyelids
something used for information or help
cold-blooded animals with backbones and lungs
any of numerous animals shaped like lizards, but related to frogs
puzzled
cold-blooded animals with backbones and moist skin
a violation of law
Why is only one variable tested at a time during a scientific investigation?
Which statement describes quantitative observations?
If Megan is asked to determine the density of a small irregular object, which two scientific tools would she use to determine its density?
Many scientists accept the theory that excess carbon dioxide emissions from cars and industry form a layer of gas in the upper atmosphere that traps heat. The result is an increase in the average temperature on Earth. Which observation supports this
A scientist observed a skin cell and a muscle cell under an electron microscope. He noted that the muscle cell has more mitochondria than the skin cell. What can be concluded from this?
A student performs several tests on two cells and concludes that one of the cells is a plant cell and the other is an animal cell. What observation did the student make to justify that conclusion?
Diabetes is a disease resulting in high blood sugar due to insufficient insulin production. Many drugs are available to treat diabetes. Which statement is a logical explanation for why so many drugs are available to treat one disease?
When should scientists revise their conclusions?
Why was the Royal Society of London's skepticism of van Leeuwenhoek's discovery of microscopic life in 1676 important in the scientific process?
What led scientists to revise their theories about the science of genetics in the late 1940s and 1950s?
A researcher discovers new evidence that does not support his original conclusion of a five-year scientific investigation. What should the researcher do next?
Why is a vaccine not the perfect solution for common viral illnesses such as the flu or the cold?
Are wind turbines the perfect solution to the world's renewable energy issues?
Computer modeling has improved the way meteorologists predict the weather. Is this technology the perfect solution for improving weather forecasting?
What action should be taken to get an accurate scientific measurement of the mass of an object?
Before school on Monday, I must complete every one of _____ forms for enrollment.
All the _____ squawked and cackled as we poured food for them.
A semicolon should be added to the following sentence. After which word does the semicolon need to be added? Take time to rest and think for a few minutes every day you'll be amazed at how much better you will feel.
Which sentence is punctuated correctly?
The walls of the steep cliffs seem to disappear as the sun begins to fade from the sky. Walking along the river bank is getting more difficult. Soon the air will be chilly. The setting of the story is -
Boxes were stacked high on the shelves. Clerks were preparing for the busiest shopping day of the year. New displays were placed along the aisles so that kids could see the latest games. The setting of the story is -
Grandpa had promised his grandson that he would visit soon. He always brought the little boy a special surprise. When Grandpa arrived with a package in his hand, the boy felt -
Carol ran as quickly as she could from PE to her science class. She was the first to volunteer at the beginning of class to have her pulse taken. When her pulse reading was taken, it was
The young camper heard the laughter coming from the campfire. He knew that everyone was having a great time. Supper was always served during this time, but he was too homesick to eat. Later that night he awoke and was feeling -
John contributes five percent of his income to charity. Contributes means -
Mae left her red marker at home, _____ I let her borrow mine.
Which sentence is a run-on sentence?
What change should be made to the following sentence? On Friday night, the fans at the football game rose to they're feet and cheered.
April has _______ a report on Dr. Martin Luther King for her history class.
Which of the following sentences is incorrect?
Jack wants to write his report on the history of computers in chronological order. Which transition words should he use?
Which sentence is a fragment?
Larry and I asked for the key, but Mr. Leonard wouldn't give it to ______.
Which of the following is the correct way to close a letter?
Where should the comma be placed in the following sentence? Either we must save money or we must give up the idea of taking a summer vacation.
Review the reactants in the chemical reaction shown. Na2O + H2O = How many atoms of oxygen must be present in the product of this reaction?
Which properties of metals best explain why they are often used in electrical wiring?
Which statement describes the relationship between electric generators and electric motors?
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Threadlike structures of DNA that contain genes
Complex molecule that holds genetic info. ...makes up chromosomes
Heretity units that make up chromosomes
intructions for making an organism, contains genetic material in chromosomes
Twins that the single egg splits in two from
Twins from two different eggs
Emotional reactivness and intensity
bulll
A metalloid
Which of the following elements makes up the largest percentage of the Earth's atmophere? (~78 %)
Which of the following elements makes up the majority of the Earth's Crust?
Which of the following is a compound?
Which of the following is an element?
Which of the following is a compound?
The elements in a compound
A _______________ is a combination of two or more substances that are not chemically combined.
A ________________ is a mixture that appears to be a single substance.
In solutions, the solute is the substance that is dissolved and the _____________ is the substance in which the solute is dissolved.
Concentration is
If two poisonous elements are combined chemically, which of the following will be true of the resulting compound?
Two different atoms are chemically combined to form a new substance. What kind of substance formed?
Which of the following is the symbol for Potassium?
What group of elements on the periodic table are unreactive?
Motivating factor for Europeans to explore all water trade routes?
Which country took the lead in exploration?
Founded the 1st school of navigation?
This explorer was the 1st to sail from Portugal to India?
Why did Columbus sail West?
What country sponsored a voyage to claim settlements in North America?
Which was a motivation for Europeans to explore and settle new lands?
The exchange of plants, animals and ideas between Old World and New World?
What negative impact did Columbian Exchange have in New World?
Who was the 1st explorer to circumnaviage (sail around) the world?
Increased government spending often leads to all of the following, EXCEPT -
Which statement most likely supports the effect of increased government spending  for the military?
The Federal Reserve System is -
The acronym FCC refers to the —
One goal of the Federal Reserve is to —
Which solution will have the biggest impact if a consumer's rights have been violated?
Radio and television programming fall under the control of the —
What is the main job of the Federal Reserve?
What is the relationship between government spending and employment?
The American government issues money to —
Why would the government restrict Pepsi from purchasing Coke?
An entrance fee of $25 to enter the Grand Canyon National Park is an example of how the government -
The acronym EPA represents the —
Which government agency would most likely protect the American consumer?
The United States Government promotes marketplace competition by —
A lawsuit filed against a major store for unfair sales practices describes a case involving -
All of the following are reasons why the government participates in global trade EXCEPT —
A candidate for the Senate talks about his plan to decrease pollution in his state  during his campaign. Which government agency will most likely support this  candidate’s idea?
Which government agency uses the acronym FTC?
What is the relationship between government spending and taxes?
How do federal agencies protect consumers?
The ______________ Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America authorizes Congress to tax personal and business incomes.
The government pays for public goods and services through —
A tag found on a shirt, explaining what it is made of and how to wash it, is the result of a federal law to protect consumers. Which of  the following would most likely enforce this law?
The sun emits mainly _______________ and visible light.
_________________ are the hardest to stop and therefore have the _____________________frequency.
Electromagnetic radiation of a higher frequency than visible light is known as ________________________.
Electromagnetic radiation of a lower frequency than visible light is _______________________.
_________________ light has the shortest wavelength.
The light with the longest wavelength has the ______________ frequency
The light with the shortest wavelength has the _______________ frequency.
The letters in AM in AM radio stand for _______________ modulation.
Amplitude modulation means that the amplitude of the ____________________ is changed to transmit information.
FM stands for ____________________ modulation.
As you turn the dial on a radio, you pick up different frequencies. Each station is assigned its own frequency known as that station's __________________________.
Is this the end?
Know the difference between a summer monsoon and a winter monsoon. Which statement is correct?
Which of the following countries are located on the mainland of Southeast Asia?
The following countries have unlimited governments today:
An archipelago is a chain of islands. Which countries are archipelagoes?
What is the Universal Declaration of Human Rights?
Who is Aung San Suu Kyi?
Which of the following countries can be described as having a very high population density, mountainous geography, and developed with high-tech industries?
The Silk Road was a series of trading routes that connected the Mediterranean region to the East/Southeast Asia region. Which of these statements is NOT true?
What is the DMZ?
Which of the following statements is true?
Which are effects of living on the Ring of Fire?
What kinds of particles need to be present in marine mud in order for fossil fuels to form?
Which statement gives the best characteristic of sedimentary rock?
All of these are related to the formation of oil or natural gas EXCEPT-
Which of the following best explains how layers of sediment can become rock over many years?
Solid rock, weathering, eroison, and deposition, beach sand, ________and _________, sandstone. Which of the two processes fits into the blank
Which process most likely forms stalactites and stalagmites?
Students observed a type of soil that felt rough and scratchy, and its particles felt hard. The water also drained through the soil easily. Which soil did the students most likely observe-
Fossil fuels are-
Which conclusion could about the past if a cactus fossil is discovered in a tropical rain forest?
How does the sun contribute to the formation of fossil fuels?
smallest bone in your body is where and is called the ______________?
A gravitational field surrounds _____________________.
A _______________ wave can't travel through space from the Sun to the Earth, but an _______________ wave can.
What speed do all electromagnetic waves travel at?
the wide range of electromagnetic waves with different frequencies and wavelengths forms the ______________.
Radar, an acronym for RAdio Detecting And Ranging, uses ____________________ to detect objects in the same way as echolocation.
Most of the electromagnetic waves given off by an object at room temperature are ________________________.
Infrared waves can detect objects that are __________________ than their surroundings.
What you see as different colors are ____________________ of different wavelengths.
______________ light has the longest wavelength.
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