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How might microevolution have occurred in a population of wading birds after only one very rainy season?
Ancient organisms that lived during closer time periods were more alike than organisms that lived in widely separated time periods. What evidence in the fossil record most directly supports this scientific claim?
Stabilizing selection helps counteract the effects of
Fossils show that ancestors of the giraffe had shorter necks than the modern giraffe. The evolution of the modern giraffe may be an example of
Certain antibiotics become useless over time because
According to an evolutionary tree, which organisms share the most recent common ancestry?
A population is
Which of the following statements about Charles Darwin is true?
Which of the following systems is responsible for transporting blood throughout the body?
Which of the following systems is responsible for helping the body respond to various different stimuli?
What is the difference between voluntary and involuntary muscle movement?
Which of the following systems is responsible for protecting the body’s organs?
When one muscle contracts, its partner
What is homeostasis?
What is the difference between the small and large intestine?
All of the following are types of muscle tissues except
What is the primary function of the respiratory system?
Which of the following is an example of chemical digestion?
All the objects in our solar system are affected by the force of gravity
Which two types of missions are used to gather information about a planet without landing on the planet and entering its atmosphere?
Which part of the Mars Rover is used to generate the electricity used by its equipment?
Who was the President during the Space Race?
Which was the first stage of the space program designed to send Americans to the Moon?
What astronaut did not set foot on the moon?
The first United States program to launch a human in to space and orbit was Project _________
_________ is a large body of frozen ice and rock that travels toward the center of the solar system.
Is round, orbits the sun, and has cleared out the region of the solar system along its orbit.
The imaginary line that passes through Earth's center and the North and South poles.
Meteoroids that pass through the atmosphere and are found on Earth's surface.
Beyond Neptune's orbit is this region. It extends to about 100 times Earth's distance from the sun.
An object at rest will remain at rest and an object in motion will stay in motion with a constant speed and direction, unless acted on by a force.
Earth and the other planets revolve around the Sun.
Area of land that is covered with grass and small shrubs
very cruel or harsh
courage or bravery
very bad or unpleasent
not stormy or cloudy
exhausted
title used in scotland
violent action against a ruler or government
male ruler above of a country
military leader
An equation or inequality expressed using numbers or common symbols
the set of all the solutions of an equation, inequality, or condition
Values that gives us a True number sentence
A set with no correct answers
Counting numbers plus the rest of the integers plus the rest of the rationals plus the irrationals
the equation of a straight line (when the equation is written as y = mx + b), the slope is the number m that is multiplied on the x, and b is the y-intercept
a letter that stands for a number
if you add the same number to both sides of an equation, the sides remain equal
if you subtract the same number from both sides of an equation, the sides remain equal
if you multiply both sides of an equation by the same number, the sides remain equal
if you divide each side of an equation by the same non-zero number, the sides remain equal
multiply a sum by multiplying each addend separately and then add the products
distance around; the continuous line forming the boundary of a closed geometric figure
is like an equation that uses symbols for less than() and greater than() where an equation uses a symbol for is equal to (=)
2 or more number sentences, combined using and/or
a product of zero has to have a zero as a factor
a number whose only positive, whole number factors are itself and one. By convention, 1 is not included
the greatest number that divides two (or more) numbers
an equation with 2 or more variables
a collection of two or more equations with a same set of unknowns
Which of the following mechanisms drives microevolution?
In order for natural selection to occur, what condition must be met?
Bird beaks show a variety of characteristics based on the bird’s specific niche. Which beak most likely belongs to a bird that strains its food from mud and water?
What is macroevolution?
Scientists believe that humans evolved from early ancestors that were similar to apes. This idea is categorized as
What is one way to know that speciation has occurred?
How have scientists used biogeography to prove that Earth's continents were once a single land mass?
Different birds have feet that are adapted for different uses. Which bird foot most likely belongs to a bird that uses its feet to capture rodents and other animals as prey?
The similarities between the embyonic structures of different species can be used as evidence through
Through natural selection, many plants have evolved adaptationsWhat is the likely outcome of these adaptations?
A rancher wants to investigate the use of artificial selection in his cattle herd. Which of these options is an example of artificial selection?
How long was Charles Darwin on the journey in which he established his ideas about natural selection?
Charles Darwin's idea of common ancestry means that
Listen to your teacher and translate.
Conjugate the verb -to be- in the present simple.
Conjugate the verb -to have- in the present simple.
What is special about the 3rd person singular in the present simple?
What auxiliary should you use in the future simple?
What is the ending of regular verbs in the past simple?
When do you use present simple (example, I eat) vs. present progressive (I am eating)?
What does the contraction -n't- stand for?
Do the movements for on-in-under-behind.
What is special about the order of common nouns and adjectives in a phrase?
What are the personal pronouns (subject) in English?
Which of the following is an example of a mixture?
How long does it take the Earth to make one rotation?
Which of the following is an example of climate?
Which of the following is an example of weather?
A student observes ice forming on the edge of a school building. At what temperature did the water outside the school building most likely begin tochange to ice?
Which of the following is an example of a solution?
In which of the following classifications would an iron nail and a copper wire be placed in different groups?
Students noticed that a crayon left on the windowsill of their classroom had melted. Which of the following is the best explanation of what caused the crayon to melt?
A glass of ice water begins to form small droplets of water on the outside. What is the best explanation for where these water droplets came from?
this is created by a glacier...
In order to change a solid to a liquid, what kind of energy must be added?
In order to create a closed circuit, electricity must flow through a path, usually made of wire. What property must the wire have to function properly in the complete circuit? The wire must –
When electricity flows through a light bulb, it produces two main forms of energy. These two forms of energy are the same as produced by which of the following?
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What is often an effective technique for a salesperson to use when selling goods and services to groups?
What aspect of their delivery should salespeople try to identify and correct before giving a sales presentation?
Which is motivation for a customer's buying behavior that is based on loyalty?
la ropa
camiseta
blusa
pantalones
pantalones cortos
gorro
gorra
camiseta______. (red)
jeans___________(blue)
vestido_________. (black)
camisetas_________. (green)
calcetines_________. (white)
purple
yellow
orange
Ben worked 42 hours last week. His pay rate is $10.00 per hour. What was his gross income for the week?
Jenna wants to buy a $250 phone accessory that is on sale for 20% off. The accessory is subject to 6% sales tax. What will the total cost of the item be?
Kat bought new shoes for $55.00, jeans for $29.99, and a new blouse for $27.79. Sales tax in New Jersey is 7 percent. What was the total charge for her purchases?
Corey earns $12 per hour at his job. He is paid every week (pay period). Last week he worked 56 hours. What is his gross pay for the pay period?
Mike earns $39,000 per year. He is paid every 2 weeks (pay period). What is his gross pay for the pay period?
Francesca earns $39,000 per year. She is paid twice a month (pay period). What is his gross pay for the pay period?
A salesperson receives a base salary of $14,400 per month plus commissions of 5 percent on each sale. Total sales for the month were $10,000.
Joe wants to buy a skateboard but he doesn't know if he has enough money. The price of the skateboard is $85 and the sales tax is 7%. What will be the total cost of the skateboard?
Michael is buying a computer that normally sells for $890. The store is having a 20% sales and the sales tax in his state is 6%. What will be the total cost of the computer?
You live in a home with a market value of $160,000 and an assessed value of $140,000 and the property tax rate is 1.75% annually. What did you pay in property taxes for the year?
A property tax is based on the property’s
The government agency responsible for collecting federal taxes is the:
Which of the following is earned income?
You purchased $96 in gasoline which was 32 gallons at $3.00 per gallon. The $3.00 rate includes $0.479 in excise taxes. Next week, the price per gallon dropped to $2.00 per gallon so the 32 gallons only cost $64. What effect did the price drop have
A dependent is a person who:
How do you benefit from taxes?
Income taxes differ from payroll taxes because...
The following are examples of unearned income except
__________ income is the amount you take home after deductions have been subtracted.
Shannon is reviewing her pay stub to determine how much money she earned before her deductions were subtracted. Which column should she check to find this amount?
Last year, you worked your first part-time job. In January, you received a tax form for your employer reporting the amount of income you earned and taxes withheld from your pay. You will take this form to calculate how much you owe in income taxes
Which of the following is not an optional deduction from your pay?
The form used to report taxable income a worker received during the calendar year is
Which of the following is considered to be a progressive tax?
Hunter is a full time student, a skilled mechanic and an entrepreneur. He started an automotive repair business on the side. Hunter is excited that the amount of money he will take home each week from his customers because no taxes will deducted fro
Medicare is provided by the Federal Government for individuals in specified circumstances. In which of the situations below would the individual most likely be receiving Medicare funds?
Danny's new employer instructed him to come by the office and complete an Employee's Withholding Allowance Certificate. What type of form is this?
The book salesman earned 10% of the purchase value of every book he sold. What form of monetary compensation is this?
How do we say I in Latin?
How do we say YOU in Latin?
How do we say WE in Latin?
How do we say Y'ALL in Latin?
How do we say TO ME or FOR ME in Latin?
How do we say TO YOU or FOR YOU in Latin?
How do we say TO US or FOR US in Latin?
How do we say TO Y'ALL or FOR Y'ALL in Latin?
How do we say SHE in Latin?
How do we say HIM in Latin?
How does China justify some of its actions other countries claim as human rights abuse?
Which political party is the only option in China?
China allows freedom of speech.
What physical barriers did travelers along the Silk Road have to overcome?
What is China's current economic system?
Citizens of China are not allowed to protest and demonstrate against the government.
The Silk Road was all of the following EXCEPT
Does China allow Facebook and other social media sites?
Which of the following is true about China?
The Great Wall of China was built to keep out invaders from the _________.
Which two countries have similar economies?
What type of government is North Korea?
North Korea has advanced technology.
Which natural disaster can be caused by earthquakes?
What type of climate do people tend to live in?
How does The Ring of Fire affect East and Southeast Asia
Which two countries have unlimited governments?
What is an example of adapting to the environment?
What is the most important economic activity in North Korea?
Economic System in which the government answers the basic questions of what, how and for whom to produce.
Trade barrier that limits the amount of imports from some country.
Timber, Oil, Cotton - are all examples of:
Economic System where competition and advertising are found.
GDP, Gross Domestic Product, is a measure of an economy's:
Economic System in which 'the way we've always done it' is the answer to the questions, what, how, and for whom to produce.
Education, training, and healthcare (doctors, clinics, medicines)
Economic Systems where buyers and sellers decide on prices of goods and services.
A communist country with heavy government control likely has which type of economic system?
Most countries have a _____________ Economy
All societies must answer the 3 basic economic questions. Which are:
Why do most countries have a mixed economy?
What is a tariff?
A 7th grade class decides to open a popcorn stand. The stand and the popcorn popper are examples of which factor of production?
Which of these best describes a Market economy?
Which of these best describe a mixed economy?
An increase in a nation's GDP would reflect an increase in:
Increased worker productivity equals:
An increase in GDP could reflect a government having invested in:
Next generation technology, including advanced robotics is part of:
A population of green crickets lives in a lush, jungle habitat. A drought season causes the plants to dry up and turn brown. How might survival of the crickets be affected by this change?
A virus kills 99 percent of the members of a single species in an isolated region. The few remaining individuals reproduce and begin to repopulate the region. This is an example of
A new fossil is discovered and scientists conclude from comparative morphology that it is the forelimb of a vertebrate. What must the fossil look like?
When the allele frequencies of a population change because the size of the population has been reduced by disease or natural disaster, then ______________ has occurred.
How many conditions must be met in order for the Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium to exist?
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What enzyme adds DNA nucleotides during replication?
Which substance is a base that is found in DNA?
Which two colors of light does chlorophyll absorb MOST?
Which of the following are connected by a hydrogen bond?
Where does transcription take place?
Most of the elements in the periodic table are
What is a mechanical wave?
A wave has a high frequency. What can be inferred about its wavelength?
In a vacuum, or open space, heat transfer occurs by...
Each time another bulb is added to a series, the other bulbs in the circuit
What is inertia?
An arrangement of pulleys is called
An example of velocity is
What must happen to an object in order to accelerate it?
Adam started riding his bike to a friend's house at a velocity of 4 m/s W. As he neared the house, his velocity was 6 m/s W. Adam's trip showed
You can determine that the car is in motion by comparing it to the mailbox. What are you using the mailbox as in the example?
Which formula represents a single atom?
What kind of energy is stored in a compressed spring?
If you are pushing a buggy, the force is
Peanuts are nuts
How many senses do humans have?
Where were fortune cookies invented?
How long do houseflies live?
How many ants are there for every human on Earth?
What are you twice as likely to die from than a shark?
What is Scotland's nation animal?
A banana is classified as a
All the water in Lake Michigan would cover North and South America with how much water?
What state is closest to Africa?
Which of the following distinguishes protists from other organisms such as humans or dogs?
Which protist moves by using 2 flagella, lives in a colony, and can make its own food through photosynthesis?
How are euglena and volvox similar?
For an organism to be considered animal like, it must be able to:
Where do protists normally live?
What is a protist?
Which protist moves using cilia?
What best explains how an Ameoba moves?
Which describes how Volvox differs from most other protists?
Which two protists share a feature with plant cells (are plant-like)
Which of the following moves using pseudopodia?
CNS depressants are sometimes called sedatives or tranquilizers.
Marijuana use decreases heart rate and appetite.
Although some effects of drug abuse are permanent, drug addiction is curable.
Anabolic steroids are similar to the male hormone estrogen.
An amphetamine is any substance whose fumes are sniffed and inhaled to produce mind-altering sensations.
PCP is the main active chemical in marijuana
Heroin is an illegal narcotic that is made from morphine.
The user of hallucinogens can no longer distinguish between what is real and what is not.
OxyContin is an illegal narcotic
Side effect is a condition in which a person's body becomes used to the effect of a medicine and needs greater and greater amounts of it in order for it to be effective.
Cocaine is one of the most addictive drugs on the street today.
If you smoke marijuana, your reaction time and coordination will be reduced.
Stimulants are effective in the treatment of extreme pain, however they are highly addictive.
One of the effects of marijuana use is causing a lack of interest in the things you once enjoyed.
Amphetamines are most often abused by people who want to enhance their athletic ability by adding muscle mass, and increasing their strength and endurance.
Each year, more than ____________ people seek treatment for addiction to marijuana.
Cocaine effects the user ______________, and can lead to violent and unpredictable behavior.
Which of the following is not one of they symptoms of drug abuse?
________________ is used to control severe pain in patients with cancer, back pain, or arthritis.
___________ is a drug made from lysergic acid, and is one of the strongest and most widely abused hallucinogens.
Which of the following is not a way that drug abuse can affect your health triangle?
All of the following are major side effects of anabolic steroid use except:
Long-term marijuana abuse is associated with _________________.
Caffeine is a stimulant that is found in which of the following?
_____________ is not one of the harmful effects of club drugs.
_____________ are drugs that speed up activity in the human brain and spinal cord.
Even a person experimenting with inhalants for the first time can die from any of the following except:
Sniffing inhalants _______________.
A shot taken at a considerable distance from the subject typically including the entire body
A shot that is very up close and personal with your character or subject matter, often includes just eyes or mouth. Usually very intimate
A shot that includes the subject from the waist up
At a chosen point in a scene, a particular frame is printed repeatedly, given the effect of halting or “freezing” the action
You are producing a film that calls for a panning shot. Which of the following is true
Which of the following pieces of equipment helps achieve smooth movement during filming
Which of the following is not software for editing video
A technique for blending two camera shots that is completed in post-production
A graphical representation of all the elements that will be included in a digital story is called ________________.
In video editing software, what is the term for dragging a play-head back and forth across the timeline
The head of the electrical department for a film production, especially in charge of lighting.
The process of moving the camera lens up or down while keeping the camera in the same location.
The goal in the process of video editing is to
What are the four basic editing principles?
When you want to create the illusion of being somewhere you are not, it is called ____________.
What color is best to utilize when using a Chroma Key shot?
A shooting technique in which you swing the camera left to right or right to left is a called ______________.
A shot that is taken while you are moving in front or behind the subject
Which of the following tools in Adobe Premier Pro allow you to splice or cut a video
A guideline that proposes an image should be imagined as divided into 9 equal parts and that important compositional elements should be placed along these lines or their intersections
According to the Rule of Thirds the eyes should go on the top line of the tic-tac-toe board
In shooting an extreme close up, what is a good rule of thumb?
What is meant by compose the nose?
An abrupt transition from one shot to another
An overlapping transition between scenes where one image fades out as another fades in
A probe that requires a broad response to a topic and cannot be answered with yes or no is known as which type of question?
The salesperson should pause before answering a customer's objections in order to perform which activity?
A salesperson has explained the features and benefits of a product that appeared to be of interest to a customer. What should the salesperson do if the customer reacts negatively?
A salesperson can try to identify a personality type by performing which activity?
What is a benefit for salesperson to use probing in a sales presentation?
What do salespeople need to determine in order to qualify leads?
Why do companies provide sales standards to their salespeople?
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What is the inner layer of skin?
What is the thickest part of your skin?
What is the thinnest part of your skin?
What is the most sensative part of your skin?
A pit in the dermis that holds the hair is called…
How can you decide if a website is a reliable source?
Another name for in-text citations is...
Consider the sentences below. Select the sentence that properly cites paraphrased evidence from the text in MLA format.
Text at the top and bottom of the page, which is repeated through a document, is called:
You are writing a report and copy information from the Internet without citing the source. What is this called?
When writing a paper and quoting an online source, what information do you need to include?
Which of the following is the best way to evaluate a website's content?
Information on the Internet is always proven by research.
In MLA format, where do you put your paper's page numbers?
Starting at the top, in what order should the items in the MLA information block be listed?
The title should be centered and bolded.
How should you structure a block quotation? A block quotation is a quotation that contains more than 4 lines of text.
If I want to add or omit information from a quotation, how do I do that?
For in-text citations, both the author's last name and the page number need to be listed, if the author's last name is not mentioned in the sentence.
Periods always go before in-text citations.
If I include the author's last name in my sentence, then I do not need to include it in the parenthetical citation.
What should I do if no author is given for the work I am citing?
I should include in the works cited all the sources I read, regardless of whether I cited them in the paper or not.
Sources listed in a works cited page are alphabetized by authors' last names.
How do I format the works cited page?
A pit in the dermis that holds the hair is called…
What is household dust is made from?
Which answer has something that your nerves help you feel?
Which layer of the skin supplies food and oxygen to the body?
Which layer of the skin is made of dead skin cells?
Which layer of the skin has sweat glands?
Which layer of the skin holds the hair?
Which layer of the skin is the outer layer?
Which layer of the skin is the inner layer?
What is the thickest part of your skin?
Cultural diffusion is defined as
The United States' government was influenced by the following
The Greek Hellenistic Era produced achievements in
Roman law has influenced the legal system in other countries
Whic of the following is an example of a Primary Source
The Crusades were a series of holy wars launched by
Two of hte most important city states in Ancient Greece focused on different things. Choose the most accurate statementt
This leader had a large impact on helping to spread Greek ideas
Which of the following was NOT a contribution of Roman architecture
The Justinian Code has been the basis for what in many countries
A direct democracy is a type of government in which citizen elect representatives to vote on decisions for them.
The Middle Ages functioned under this political and social system
This trade route connected Europe to Asia
A lasting impact of the Black Plague was
How did the Crusades affect trade?
Which of the following describes the Reformation
When studying history you should
This group created the larges land empire in the history of the world in less than 100 years
According to the theory of Mercantilism, colonies should be
An example of a secondary source would be
Taxed not only sugar but many imported good such as coffee and cloth
Said colonists could not settle west of the Appalachian Mountains
Were passed by the British which restricted the rights' of the citizens of Boston
The Quartering Act...
This taxed paper goods to help pay for the war
This branch is responsible for making the laws
This branch interprets the laws.
This branch enforces the laws
This document set up a fairer form of government with 3 branches.
This document describes charges against King George and declares the colonies free.
What does ratify mean?
Federalists...
In the New Jersey Plan
The Northwest Ordinance
The Preamble is...
The Articles of Confederation are
This was written by Thomas Paine attacking King George and called for a Revolution to make the colonies independent.
This plan separated the government in to 3 parts and said population should determine states' representation.
The Three-fifths compromise...
The amendments to the Constitution are known as the...
The major structures found within a cell (sometimes referred to as little organs)
The thin, flexible outer covering of a cell. It controls what enters and leaves a cell.
_________ is the movement of materials across the cell membrane.
The movement of water across a membrane
The gel-like fluid inside a cell.
This is the brain center of the cell and also contains the genetic material
A storage area for water, waste, and other materials
This is the place where photosynthesis takes place inside the cell
The powerhouse of the cell
Which of the following is ONLY found in an animal cell?
The name for spiral-shaped bacteria
The name for rod-shaped bacteria
The name for round-shaped bacteria
Which protist moves themselves using a long whip-like structure called a flagella?
Which protist has chloroplasts and can perform photosynthesis like a plant?
A paramecium moves using tiny hair-like structures called _________.
Which protist moves and eats using pseudopods?
Cell reproduction, where a cell splits to become two cells, is called _________?
What are the products of photosynthesis?
Cellular respiration takes place in which organelle?
Which of the following reactions occurs when a dipeptide is formed from amino acids?
What is the function of helicase?
What are the two parts to photosynthesis?
What is the composition of the backbone of DNA?
A certain gene codes for a polypeptide that is 120 amino acids long. Approximately how many nucleotides long is the mRNA that codes for this polypeptide likely to be?
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Nosotros (dar) (todos los domingos)
Sally y Tomás (subir) (de niños)
Carolina y tú (ver) (one time)
Elliot (creer) (todo el verano)
Yo (comer) (muchas veces)
Los estudiantes (trabajar) (la semana pasada)
Miguel y yo (used to say)
Which is a property of acidic solutions?
What is the symbol for the hydronium ion?
The reaction between an acidic solution and a basic solution is called
The pH of apricots is 4.5. The juice of an apricot is:
If a drop of apricot juice (pH of 4.5) was placed on litmus paper, it would turn which color?
What is the symbol for a hydroxide ion?
What ions are present in large amounts for a solution with a pH of 10?
Some materials change this property when in contact with acids/bases, making them great indicators
Which is NOT a property of a base?
Stomach acid has a pH of
Using a pesticide on fungi generally takes several applications because
Genetic engineering alters which of the following?
One of the purposes of the skeletal system is to
Why does it benefit domestic cattle to be without horns?
Assume parents carry the genes for blue and brown eyes, and the Punnett Square indicates that there is a 3:1 probability for a blue-eyed child. If the first two children have blue eyes, the probability of the third child having blue eyes is
The boll weevil is devastating because it
An agriscientist would not try to alter the speed of a swine because
Pesticides were not very effective in fighting the boll weevil because
The fetus develops in which part of the female anatomy?
Nutrient deficiencies are considered abiotic because
Information about all the following can be found on Material Data Safety Sheets EXCEPT
The example of ergot poisoning is included in the text for all the following reasons EXCEPT
In The Federalist, No. 39, James Madison argues that several of the state constitutions
According to James Madison in The Federalist, No. 39, the only form of government that would be reconcilable with the fundamental principles of the revolution is
In The Federalist, No. 39, James Madison advocated
In The Federalist, No. 39, James Madison argues that the national government’s powers
According to James Madison, a republican form of government is characterized by
McCulloch v. Maryland was a defeat for
In McCulloch v. Maryland, Justice Marshall argues that the Constitution derives its ultimate power from
In the McCulloch case, the Supreme Court ruled that when national and state laws come into conflict, the
In the McCulloch v. Maryland decision, Justice Marshall contended that the power to create a national bank
Which of the following statements about McCulloch v. Maryland is true?
What is the POSITIVE charged particle in an atom?
What is the NEGATIVE charged particle in an atom?
What is the NEUTRAL charged particle in an atom?
What particles make up the NUCLEUS of an atom?
Starting on the inner most shell and working outwards, what is the largest number of electrons that can be on each shell?
The branch of science that looks at matter, what matter is made of, the properties of matter, and how matter interacts with each other.
Anything that has mass and takes up space is called _______________.
The smallest UNITS if matter; everything is made up of them.
A substance that cannot be broken down into a simpler substance.
Something made up of two or more different substances or elements that are CHEMICALLY bonded together.
Something made up of two or more different substances that are NOT chemically combined.
A pure substance that has molecules of different atoms chemically combined.
A substance that does not evenly combine different types of atoms or molecules.
A substance that evenly combines different types of atoms or molecules.
A pure substance made up of only one type of atom.
What is Oxygen?
What is Soil?
What is Water?
What is Air? (in the atmosphere)
What is Carbon Dioxide?
What is Helium?
Melting Point
Flammability
Density
Ability to react with acids
Shine
Meat rotting
Ice melting
Salt dissolves in water
Milk sours
Grass grows
Baking a cake
What is the organizational system/chart for elements?
Who created the periodic table and how is it organized?
What is a Period?
What is a Group or Family?
What do you know from an elements atomic number?
What do you know from an elements atomic weight?
What is the most reactive group? These metals can explode if exposed to water. hint: only one valence electron
Very reactive group of metals, not found free in nature
Group of metals that are good at conducting electricity and heat. Hint: largest group of metals
Group where many elements are man-made and named after scientists. hint: spurs from transition metals
This group has properties of both metals and non-metals
This group is not able to conduct electricity or heat very well; are very brittle; Do not reflect light.
This group contains salts and exist in all three states of matter (solid, liquid, gas) hint: almost completely stable atoms
This group does not form compounds easily except under extreme conditions because they have full outer shells. Inert 'Happy' Elements.
Identify the Axis Powers.
Identify the Allied Powers.
Hitler's invasion of Poland prompted Britain and France to declare war on ____________.___.
Who opposed Roosevelt's measures to aid Britain and prepare for war?
The Lend-Lease Act passed by Congress _____________________________________.
The Atlantic Charter was signed by _______________________________.
Japan first seized parts of _______________.
Germany defeated ______________.
The attack on Pearl Harbor occurred on ______________________.
What was Hitler's first piece of land he claimed?
What is the largest organ in your body?
Your skin protects your body from
How many layers of skin do we have?
About how much does the average person's skin weigh?
What is the outer layer of skin?
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What are some important criteria to keep in mind when designing interactive online activities?
What are some important considerations when selecting an authoring tool?
True or False: Studies have shown that incorporating interactive online activities into web-based instruction has been shown to have little or no effect on student learning.
True or False: Studies have shown that incorporating interactive online learning activities into web-based instruction has been shown to have positive effects on student learning.
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Which of the following is true about the Magna Carta?
What is NOT true about the Doomsday book?
What is NOT true about Charlemagne?
From 800 to 1100, who invaded Europe?
The Vikings raided many parts of Europe. Where did they NOT raid?
The Normans were a viking group, What is NOT true about this group?
Why did King John sign the Magna Carta?
What is NOT true about King John?
Which of the following is true about the Magna Carta?
What is NOT true about the Doomsday Book?
Refers to using existing techniques involving flexible grid layout, flexible images, and media and media queries into a unified approach to web design?
A simple count of the number of pixels across the entire width and height of a device?
A measure of screen density refers to the number of device pixels on a physical surface?
The tiniest physical unit in a display; also known as a physical pixel?
The smallest unit of data in a raster image?
A W3C standard based on an optical reference unit that might be twice the size of a hardware pixel. This new pixel should look exactly the same in all viewing situations?
The number of device pixels on a physical surface; often measured in pixels per inch?
The rectangular area (measured in pixels) that is viewable on a device screen?
The width of the site is bound to a certain number of pixels?
The web design’s dimensions are defined in percentages rather than pixels?
1 em equals the current font size; in a Web browser it equals 16 px?
Size is set in relation to surrounding elements?
This tag defines a division or a section in an HTML document?
A specific size?
A CSS specification that allows designers to target styles based on a number of device properties?
Defines vector-based graphics that can be embedded directly into a Web page; SVG is a World Wide Web Consortium recommendation?
Type of graphic that does NOT lose quality when zoomed or resized?
Specific drugs that are obtainable only by prescription and are used to relieve pain.
Symptoms that occur after chronic use of a drug is reduced or stopped.
Synthetic substances related to the male sex hormones.
Dried leaves and flowers of the hemp plant, called Cannabis Sativa.
Drugs that distort moods, thoughts, and senses.
Intentionally using drugs in a way that is unhealthy or illegal.
A liquid from the poppy plant containing substances that numb the body.
When a drug is taken repeatedly and at increasingly high doses.
Partial or total loss of memory
A characteristic of a person not taking illegal drugs.
Medicines that are safe enough to be taken without a written order from a physician.
Medicines that can be sold only with a written order from a physician.
A drug that stimulates the central nervous system.
The physical process of freeing the body of an addictive substance.
Any effect of a medicine other than the one intended.
Taking or using medicine in a way that it is not intended.
A feeling of well-being or elation
Substances that slow down normal brain function
In networking what is the purpose of a firewall?
Which describes a Local Area Network?
Which describes a Wide area network?
How is data transmission across a network similar to Public transportation?
All data inputted into a computer is converted to _________
Which is not true about a good algorithm?
Which of the following is not a basic building element of coding?
Which show the correct order of the software development cycle?
There are four main tags required for a basic HTML web page... Which of the following show the correct order for opening and closing those tags?
HTML5 uses 5 structure tags for layouts, which is not one of them?
Which is correct HTML code for a hyperlink to milk.com?
CSS that effects an entire page would be contained in which section?
Which is correct in describing the three major components of HTML5 for Web design?
At the most basic level, how many factors can a computer analyze to make a decision?
What is the problem with free music sites?
If you make a copy of software that you purchased, and give the copy to someone else, the copy is considered to be _________
Why should you cite you work?
Which of these are inappropriate to post on social media?
Which of the following is not a main aspect of FBLA?
Which of the following are not a competitive event for FBLA?
What is the (brain) of the computer?
The programming concept that one thing happens before the next line of code is executed.
In flowcharts a diamond shape represents a(n)
In flowcharts an oval shape represents a(n)
In flowcharts a rectangle shape represents a(n)
The programming element that involves steps repeating.
The programming concept based on a test or evaluation
How has IT (Information Technology) influenced business models?
Which of the following is not a time management tool?
Which of the following would not be on most Job Applications?
How can you improve your punctuality at work?
A Bachelor's Degree in IT is usually obtained at a
If you want to work in the IT field 2 years after graduating from high school, which would be most likely?
Which of the following characteristics do not show positive work ethics in the workforce?
Which of the following industries are growing the fastest?
For business emails - which of the following are best?
In Web Design which color scheme portrays a professional image for a corporation?
Which of the following is not a positive work ethic?
What type of connection has become the standard for connecting peripheral devices?
Which of the following describes the 4 functions of an Operating System?
Advantages of cloud computing include all of the following except:
Which of the following are recommended as data security for companies?
yo (oír) (preterite)
ellos (saber) (imperfect)
tú (ir) (used to)
Natalia (rescatar) (once)
Ellos (hacer) (yesterday)
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Subtract the expressions: (5x - 3) - (-3x + 2)
Factor the expression: 36x - 21xy
What is the main task of the circulatory system?
What is the power behind the transportation system?
How many chambers does your heart have?
Blood delivers ________________ and __________________ to cells.
Blood carries _____________________ away from cells.
What do the valves in our heart do?
The upper chambers of the heart are called
Blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart are called
Microscopic blood vessels that connect arteries and veins are called
The liquid part of blood is called
Flow of blood from the heart to the lungs and back is called
The lower chambers of the heart are called
Chemical that carries oxygen and carbon dioxide in the blood is called
Which of the following DOES NOT describe a direct function of the Circulatory System.
Oxygen we breathe in passes into our blood through our _____________________.
Why is one half of the heart in a typical diagram blue and the other half is red?
Which part of blood is responsible for carrying all of the parts of blood?
Which part of your blood keeps you from bleeding to death every time you get a cut?
Which part of your blood fights infections?
Which part of blood is responsible for its bright red color and its ability to carry stuff?
When faced with many possible career choices, a student should:
How can a person determine that a decision was a good one?
In the decision-making process, a trade-off is:
A good example of a routine decision is deciding:
One’s environment includes all EXCEPT:
A student who is trying to decide which career to choose is making which kind of decision?
In decision-making, determine needs, analyze personal resources, then:
Deciding what to wear, what to eat, and what time to leave for school are examples of:
When a person acts on a decision, there are always:
The best way to approach your career choice is to:
Which experiences can help develop career skills?
Which is an example of an ultimate goal in the career domain?
A career consultation is:
I want to get married is a goal in which domain?
Planning to work as a salesperson before becoming a retail store manager is a:
The final result that needs to be arrived at in the process of career planning is called the:
If an ultimate goal is to become a physical therapist, a career plan should include:
A course of action toward achieving career and educational goals is a:
An outline of what a person wants to achieve in their work life is called a:
A person gathering information on how many jobs will be available in a certain field in the future is researching the:
Fertilization is the joining of ___________ and _______________.
The two functions of the male reproductive system are ______________ and _________________.
A zygote is a ____________________.
Identify the three functions of the female reproductive system.
Male gonads are _____________.
What is the correct sequence for the pathway that an ovum takes?
What is the correct sequence for the pathway a sperm takes?
What is the correct pathway for an egg(ovum)?
monthly cycle of changes in the female reproductive system
passage of blood and tissue through the vagina
three types of hormones
three reproductive system disorders
What happens to an object in motion that is acted on by unbalanced forces?
Which measurement involves both speed and direction?
Which best describes how mass affects the way a baseball and a bowling ball move?
Which forces tend to slow an object in motion?
Which best describes two forces that act on an object in such a way that the object's motion is changed?
Mrs. Sheopard's fifth grade science class is learning how to calculate the acceleration of an object moving in a straight line. Which of the following dependent variables must be considered?
Which of the following best describes how magnetism works?
A soccer ball is lying still in the grass. Which of the following observations is correct?
Roberto wants his toy car to go down a ramp more slowly. How can he slow down the car?
Which of the following best describes accelerataion?
Cause of Twin Lamb disease?
What are the symptoms of Twin Lamb disease?
Treatment of Twin Lamb disease?
Which one is NOT a method of prevention of Twin Lamb disease?
What is another name for Orf disease?
What is the cause of Orf disease?
Which one is NOT a symptom of Orf disease?
Which one is NOT used in the treatment of Orf?
How to prevent Orf disease?
Another name for Milk Fever?
Cause of Milk Fever?
Which one is NOT a symptom of Milk fever?
Treatment of Milk Fever?
Prevention of Milk Fever?
strenuous efforts toward a goal
refined sensibility in feelings conduct
full of sorrow, very sad
help toward reaching a goal
archaic or poetic
lacking strength
carefree and joyous
acting with the insulting attitude
perhaps
strange; queer; odd
Which landform separates Europe from Asia?
Europe's longest river is...
What is the climate like across most of Europe?
What region has thin soil and steep slopes for poor farming?
What region has flat and rolling land and includes some of the world's most fertile farmland?
What region includes low mountains, high plateaus and forests?
What region includes the Alps, and the Carpathian Mountains?
Which is NOT one of the four major regions in Europe?
What is the backbone of the busiest inland system of waterways in Western Europe?
Cities emerged alongside rivers where European traders have transported goods. How many years have goods been transported along these waterways?
What does the term INTERACTIVE mean?
What is one reason that interactivity in the online environment is important?
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Stars that are dimmer at regular intervals can be identified as what?
When a star moves very slightly back and forth what could be near it?
The Missouri Compromise allowed -
The Kansas-Nebraska Act was important to the issue of slavery because it allowed -
What event led South Carolina to secede from the Union?
When the Civil War began, president Lincoln's goal was to -
To keep the same number of slave and free states, the government passed the -
Secession of the Southern states began after which of the following happened?
Which state became a free state under the provisions of the Compromise of 1850?
What compromise allowed people decide the slavery issue for themselves through popular sovereignty?
Many Southerners believed that -
In which compromise was the Southwest region of the United States given the choice to be slave states or free states?
Which of these is NOT an untouchable category?
Michael Jordan, Bill Gates, and Barbra Streisand are examples of __________________ workers.
A brain surgeon with unique skills is a:
Which is the most common type of untouchable worker in America
An adaptable worker is a worker:
Work that can easily be digitalized and transferred to lower wage locations is called unfungible
America has stricter hiring and firing laws than most other countries
According to Friedman, adaptable workers must:
Who is the ugliest out of the following?
Who would you want to be president?
What matters most when it comes to learning in a flat world
What do CQ and PQ stand for?
According to Friedman, it is better to intensely study one subject than study two.
When recruiting students to admit to its engineering program, Georgia Institute of Technology focused on students who:
In the 1990s, what percent of students graduated from Georgia Institute of Technology?
According to Clough’s theory, people who have interests besides school tend to be able to communicate, socialize, ask for help, give help, and think:
According to Friedman, Americans have one of the best regulated and efficient capital markets in the world.According to Friedman, Americans have one of the best regulated and efficient capital markets in the world.
According to Friedman, students in Indian and China will be at a competitive disadvantage because they do not focus enough on liberal arts.
What is the worst movie?
Who is the worst singer?
Historically speaking, what led to an increase in Science and Engineering degrees in America?
What age range are most scientists in America in today?
What percentage of all Bachelor’s degrees earned in China are in Science and Engineering?
More people are graduating with Science and Engineering degrees in America than in Asian countries.
Why are immigrant students in U.S. schools scoring higher on science and math assessments?
Friedman believes that America needs to standardize its education system
The U.S. is still the best at teaching science at the graduate level.
The U.S. is falling behind Asia in terms of the numbers of patents rewarded.
Fill in the blank: ____________________ is the only country without an explicit national policy for promoting broadband.
The author of the best book in Pre/AP World Geography is
The body of the organism is composed of a singular cell.
Only the outer cells are specialized to face the environment. The inner cells are devoted to other functions.
Life span is long due to limited load of work for each cell type.
An injury of the cell can cause death to the organism.
Different cells are specialized to perform different functions.
The cell body is exposed to the environment on all sides.
Division of labor is at the organelle level. It gives a low level of operation efficiency.
The organism can attain a large size by increasing the number of small cells.
Life span is short due to the heavy load of work.
Only the outer cells are specialized to face the environment. Inner cells are devoted to other functions.
A single cell carries out the life processes.
Division of labor may be at the cellular, tissue, organ and organ system level. It gives a high degree of operational efficiency.
Injury or death of some cells does not affect the organism as the same cell can be replaced by a new one.
Cells have a double role - one for themselves and other for the organism.
Power of division is not lost.
A cell body cannot attain a large size because of the limit imposed by surface area to volume ratio.
The capacity of regeneration decreases with increasing specialization.
Certain specialized cells lose power of division.
A well-marked capacity of regeneration is present.
The cell has the same role for itself and the organism.
How many terms are in this expression 5x + 4y - 12
What are the coefficient(s) in this expression 5x + 4y - 12
What are the exponent(s) in this expression 5x + 4y - 12
What are the variable(s) in this expression 5x + 4y - 12
What are the constant(s) in this expression 5x + 4y - 12
What are the like terms in this expression? 5x + 2xy + 3x - y + 18
Simplify the expression: 8x + 23 - 10x - 5 + 3x
Use the distributive property to rewrite the expression: -8(3x + 6y)
Add the expressions: (3x + 8) + (-4x - 4)
Subtract the expressions: (-m + 4) - (-m -4)
Simplify the expression: 5x - 4(2x + 3)
Factor the expression: -45x - 18
Simplify the expression: 3x + 5y - x + 12 - 8
Find the GCF of the following monomials: 24xy, 15x
Factor the expression: 6x + 12
Use the distributive property and simplify the expression: 4(2x + 3) + 2x
Subtract the expressions: (x + 1) - 2(-3x + 5)
Add the expressions: (4x + 8) + (-2x + 5)
Simplify the expression: 8p - 7 + 4p
What are the like terms: 5x + 3xy + 8y + 10x + 5
Skillful; clever
the border or outer boundary of a two-dimensional figure
absurd; utterly foolish
the materials used to cushion and cover furniture
does not work; faulty
Projected
A facial expression showing disapproval
concentrate; strength
Remembering an event from the past.
A dock into the ocean; pier
What are the constant(s): 5x + 3xy + 8y + 10x + 5
What are the variable(s): 5x + 3xy + 8y + 10x + 5
What are the coefficients): 5x + 3xy + 8y + 10x + 5
Add the expressions: (3x + 5) + 3(4x - 1)
Subtract the expressions: -2(w + 3) - (5w - 4)
Factor the expressions: 20x + 25
Simplify the expression: 8(2x - 3) + 12
Factor the expression: 14x - 16y
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Which branches are involved in the budget process?
Which branches are involved in fiscal policy?
In addition to fiscal policy, what is another way that our government is involved in our economy?
Which of these best describes an example of weather?
All of the following would be classified as types of climate EXCEPT
Which of the processes requires absorption of solar energy?
Which of the following is not part of the water cycle?
All of the following describe weather EXCEPT
Which of these best describes climate rather than weather?
Which of the following statements concerning the water cycle is NOT correct?
the air that surrounds the Earth; it is made of a mixture of gases
the process of water changing from a liquid to water vapor by adding heat
the change of water from one state to another as it moves between Earth's surfaces to the atmosphere
Please choose correct name of the contract approval tool used at JTI Azerbaijan
According to the Contract Managment Policy contract should be governed by:
Retroactive contract request should be approved by
PO means
Please find JTI Policy owned by Legal Deparmtnet
Usually contracts are reviewed and approved by
According to JTI Policy backdated contracts are
Contract Price may include
Contract is terminated
Force-Majeure clause includes
areas of the graph where data are grouped close together is called a ______________.
The way in which data is spahed or spread out is its _________.
A graph of dsicrete data that uses a number line is a ______.
Data shape where the peak is on the left and there are few points on the right
Data shape where the peak is in the middle and each half reflects the other
Data shape where the peak is on the right and there are few points on the left
Areas of the graph where there are no data are called ___________.
Numbers that split data into fourths are called _________.
The difference between the first quartile and the third quartile is the __________.
a graphical way to display quantitative or numerical data using vertical bars is a ___________.
The width of a bar in a histogram represents an interval of data is a ____________.
a table used to organize data according to how many times a data value occurs is a ____________.
how the data values are clustered, or where the “center” of a graph of the data is located is the ___________.
The data that occurs the most frequently in a data set is the ___________.
The middle value of the data set is the ___________.
The mathematical average of the data set is the _______.
The difference between the highest and lowest values in the data set is the _________.
The value where the number line is balanced is the _________.
The spread of the data is called ___________.
How far a data value is from the mean is the __________.
What are the like terms: 5x, 3xy, 8y, 10x, 5
Simplify the expression: 8p - 7 + 4p
Add the expressions: (4x + 8) + (-2x + 5)
Subtract the expressions: (x + 1) - (-3x + 5)
Use the distributive property and simplify the expression: 4(2x + 3) + 2x
Factor the expression: 6x + 12
Find the GCF of the following monomials: 24xy, 15x
Simplify the expression: 3x + 5y - x + 12 - 8
Add the expressions: (3x + 8) + (-4x -4)
Subtract the expressions: (-m + 4) - (-m -4)
Simplify the expression using the distributive property: 5x - 4(2x + 3)
Factor the expression: -45x - 18
Simplify the expression: -4g - 12 + 4 - 2g -3gh + gh
Add the expressions: (3x + 5) + 3(4x - 1)
Subtract the expressions: -2(w + 3) - (5w - 4)
Factor the expressions: 20x + 25
Simplify the expression: 8(2x - 3) + 12
Factor the expression: 14x - 16y
Predict means
Infer means
Classify means
Observe means
Qualitative observation means
Quantitative observation means
Control variables are
Justin usually blows his nose using Kleenex tissues. His snot keeps leaking through the tissue. He decided he is going to create an experiment to find out if there is something better. What is his independent variable?
Tiffany was investing how fast it took Hayden to react to different sounds. Identify the dependent variable.
Mario studied how far room temperature water would spurt out of a plastic milk carton when 3mm holes were punched at different heights from the bottom of the container. Identify a constant.
Mario studied how far room temperature water would spurt out of a plastic milk carton when 3mm holes were punched at different heights from the bottom of the container. Identify the dependent variable.
Which of these was an economic issue that divided the North and South?
Which of the following describes Southern society?
Disagreements over slavery, the power of the federal government, and states' rights are examples of what?
All were causes of the Civil War except -
By the 1850's, factories were becoming more important in which part of the country?
One of the disagreements that divided the nation prior to the Civil War involved the idea of -
Which area of the United States was mostly agricultural before the Civil War?
Some people in the South opposed tariffs because -
Which are of the United States supported a strong central government?
Which of the following regions was highly dependent upon slavery for its economy?
What is the brightness of a star as it appears from Earth?
What is the brightness of a star if it were a standard distance from Earth?
What is the apparent change in position of an object when you look at it from different places?
What is a refracting telescope?
What is a reflecting telescope?
When will stars form a black hole?
A supergiant moves to a supernova, then it forms what?
What galaxy is the sun apart of?
Two stars can create what?
Stars with less mass will
Compared to visible light waves what type of wavelengths do radio waves have?
According to scientists the big bang happened how long ago?
What states that the farther away a galaxy is the faster it is moving away from us?
When a high mass stars dies it goes to what?
When nuclear fusion stars what is born?
The size, brightness, and temperature are used to classify what?
The Hertzsprung-Russell diagram shows that main sequence stars
What's a major difference between elliptical and spiral galaxies?
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Which statement is true?
Alcohol is quickly absorbed by the bloodstream and reaches the brain within ____________ after being swallowed.
If a person driving a car has a BAC of _______, he or she is said to be driving while intoxicated (DWI)
Which of the following are body organs/systems that are negatively affected by long-term alcohol use?
Which of the following is NOT a feature found on all of our Chromebooks?
When creating a screencast video, you must show your face.
Which of the following is not one of the 4 Cs?
What is the name of the video lesson site we used in class 2?
What is the difference between an app and extension?
Which is not a feature of Screencastify?
PiktoChart and Canva are examples of...
Which of the following is not a tool used to connect with other classes?
What is the name given to a Skype session where you guess where the other class is located?
What is the 5th 'C' discussed in today's class?
What was one goal of the emperor Justinian for the Byzantine Empire?
Which was NOT a contribution made by Justinian to the Byzantine Empire?
Who was one of Justinian's most trusted advisors?
Who did Byzantine Emperors have strong ties with?
What is a Cathedral?
What is an icon?
When did Justinian come to the throne?
What land did Justinian NOT conquer?
What did Justinian create while he was Emperor?
How long did the Justinian's Empire last for?
A(n) _____________ is an individual with certain rights and duties under a government and who, by birth or by choice, owes allegiance to that government.
Which amendment to the U.S. Constitution states, “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and the state wherein they reside.”
What does the 14th Amendment define
Immigration and naturalization have led to a(n) ________________ society.
Which is not a way to become a citizen of the United States
To become a citizen through naturalization, a person must demonstrate
Which of the following is not something a person wishing to become a naturalized citizen must learn
A citizen is an individual with certain rights and duties under a government and who, by birth or by choice, owes allegiance to that ______________.
To become a naturalized citizen stats you must do all of the following except
A person may become a citizen of the U.S. by
A close and searching look
placing in a post office or mailbox for transmission
a person, especially an orator or political leader
people of noble or high rank
a stupid, insensitive person
an unskilled laborer who lives by odd jobs
minor judicial officers,
educated;refined
to soften or tone
a feeling of contempt for anything regarded as unworthy
simile
metaphor
hyperbole
alliteration
personification
onomatopoeia
idiom
meter
rhyme
repetition
generalization
summarize
compare
contrast
predict
conclude
non-fiction
fiction
tone
mood
Agitation
Anxiety
Bizarre
Characters
Depressing
Despair
Generation
Linger
Mental
Peculiar
Plot
Quivering
Remove
Setting
Sombrous
Theme
Utter
Vacant
Vault
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